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Panning Hand disables ctrl key

Discussion in 'Internet Explorer' started by lees006, Feb 4, 2010.

  1. lees006

    lees006 Flightless Bird

    I often use the Panning Hand to move around on the page. While the Panning
    Hand is on, ctrl-t does not work for opening a new tab. I also can't
    ctrl-click to open in a new tab. None of the other ctrl key shortcuts seem
    to work either.

    Turning off the Panning Hand re-enables all of those abilities.

    Is this intended, or is this a bug?
     
  2. rob^_^

    rob^_^ Flightless Bird

    Hi,

    We don't know what you mean by 'Panning Hand'?

    It sounds like the cursor that is used in non-editable PDF documents, which
    are not web (HTML) documents.

    Your PDF reader Addon (Adobe Acrobat?) controls the behavior of links in the
    PDF document. These are anchor links (like a table of contents) that you
    click to navigate within the open PDF document. You can't open these types
    of links in a new tab/window for security reasons.

    Regards.

    "lees006" <lees006@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    news:68E35238-307F-4A26-84F3-D797CCB2BD62@microsoft.com...
    > I often use the Panning Hand to move around on the page. While the
    > Panning
    > Hand is on, ctrl-t does not work for opening a new tab. I also can't
    > ctrl-click to open in a new tab. None of the other ctrl key shortcuts
    > seem
    > to work either.
    >
    > Turning off the Panning Hand re-enables all of those abilities.
    >
    > Is this intended, or is this a bug?
    >
     

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