Question about forum and using the 'back' button.
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OK, this probably doesn't belong here but I need to check to make sure it's not just me. Does anyone else have a problem using the back button on their mouse when inside a thread? Kind of bazaar...this happens on no other site I visit, and, it only happens, here, inside a thread.

Apologies in advance for the intrusion.
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#11
  Re: Question about forum and using the 'back' button. by gov.cheese (OK, this probably do...)
No idea. I open each thread into a new window. When I get done reading/posting, I close it out.
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#12
  Re: Question about forum and using the 'back' button. by gov.cheese (OK, this probably do...)
I have no problem using the back button on my trackball (Logitech M570).

Edit: Forgot to mention, I use the back button all the time to return to the 'Hand Tools' index, after entering a thread (left click) to read it.
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#13
  Re: Question about forum and using the 'back' button. by gov.cheese (OK, this probably do...)
YES!  Woodnet is the only place it happens.  Logitech mouse M705 w/recent driver.  Very frustrating.
Thanks,  Curt
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      -- Soren Kierkegaard
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  Re: Question about forum and using the 'back' button. by gov.cheese (OK, this probably do...)
(09-11-2018, 05:56 PM)cputnam Wrote: ... w/recent driver...
It might be the OS or Browser.

I am outdated (and working): MS Windows 7, MS Internet Explorer v11, MS default mouse driver, Logitech m570
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#15
  Re: Question about forum and using the 'back' button. by gov.cheese (OK, this probably do...)
Win 10 & Chrome. All quite vanilla
Thanks,  Curt
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"Life can only be understood backwards; but it must be lived forwards."
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#16
  Re: Question about forum and using the 'back' button. by gov.cheese (OK, this probably do...)
Yup. Win 10 and Chrome and Logitech M510 mouse. Started happening a few weeks ago and only happened on Woodnet. Weird. I started using Edge and problem disappeared.
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#17
  Re: Question about forum and using the 'back' button. by gov.cheese (OK, this probably do...)
I was reprimanded for not having a back button. Does that count?
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#18
  Re: RE: Question about forum and using the 'back' button. by Larry H. (Yup. Win 10 and Chro...)
(09-18-2018, 08:15 AM)Larry H. Wrote: Yup. Win 10 and Chrome and Logitech M510 mouse. Started happening a few weeks ago and only happened on Woodnet. Weird. I started using Edge and problem disappeared.

Win 10 and firefox here with a Logitech M325 wireless mouse. Works great.
Semper Audere!
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