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Old 07-17-2006, 05:14 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi all, I'm trying to cut down my scrollwheel use and I'm learning all the shorcuts that I can, but when I'm surfing on the net with the default browser in view mode the only way I can skip through links is by using the wheel, so I wondered if there is a shortcut for doing this, hopefully? Thanks All.
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The only thing I can think of is to hit the space key (and shift+space key to go up). There are some blackberry-unfriendly pages with large text boxes that can't be skipped over, however.
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Hi and thanks for replying. Yes that method has been my workaround so far, using the space bar to quickly jump to a section of a web site where the desired link is and then use the scroll wheek, but there are times when some pages have too many links and scrolling through them is unpleasant. Well I guess I have to suck it up heh.
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