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Re: Opening links

Post by StellarJay[aka Ruso] on Thu Oct 01, 2009 3:13 pm

Hmm Yat:
You gotta also consider all the units that are dead. I have owned three with one of them dead completely.

There is a pretty high percentage of dead units.



Borg:
Korg doesn't really have a forum. korgforums.com isn't made by korg. I do believe this is the most active electribe forum. The only other places are the few people on livepa and the electribe tribe on tribe.net.. that's pretty much it.

Re: Opening links

Post by Borg on Thu Oct 01, 2009 2:03 pm

So... Where do we recruit new members? I'd love some fresh blood on the 'tribe forum! I guess Korg Forum is emptied...?

Re: Opening links

Post by Yatmandu on Thu Oct 01, 2009 1:59 pm

Not sure how extinct we are...I mean there are 45000+ units out there (and I'm only counting E*X machines). They might not be the latest and greatest, but far from being obsolete dinosaurs.

I still think Korg got the workflow part just right (as opposed to let's say the Roly MC-808 and SP-x0x and what have you, although the 808 kills the tribes in pure sound quality....but now i'm rambling)

Re: Opening links

Post by Borg on Thu Oct 01, 2009 1:29 pm

So I'm part of an nearly extinct race? Awesome. :bday:

Re: Opening links

Post by StellarJay[aka Ruso] on Thu Oct 01, 2009 9:10 am

(And we may never know what everybody else thinks. The activity in here are incredibly low. Thought people we're gonna be a lot more active since my break.)


Well you gotta realize that the electribe community is small, and is falling apart due to no new machines. There are a few hardcore electribers left but overall there are more people leaving then coming in.

Re: Opening links

Post by Borg on Wed Sep 30, 2009 11:57 pm

I'm using Firefox and the key command for that is Ctrl click. I believe there is a difference between opening a regular new browser window and opening a pop-up window. So that wouldn't be a problem. But I could be wrong, and if that's the case, it's not hard to change the settings so that links are opened in a new tab instead of a whole new window. All the major browsers support tabs.

Well, I don't know. Maybe I'm the only one. ;)


(And we may never know what everybody else thinks. The activity in here are incredibly low. Thought people we're gonna be a lot more active since my break.)

Re: Opening links

Post by StellarJay[aka Ruso] on Wed Sep 30, 2009 7:06 pm

If you really want this feature I'd be willing to take a vote with the rest of the forum but... it seems safer to not do it at least to me.

What do the rest of you think?

Re: Opening links

Post by StellarJay[aka Ruso] on Wed Sep 30, 2009 7:06 pm

Yes all browsers allow opening in a new tab/window by right clicking on the link.

The reason I have this feature disabled is because most browsers also come with a pop up blocker.... and it's a lot more of a pain in the ass to unblock popups for the site then it is to right click->open in new window/tab :-D

Re: Opening links

Post by Yatmandu on Wed Sep 30, 2009 5:04 pm

If you're on Chrome, r-click + "open link in new tab" will do the trick (without changing the standard way links work for everyone else). I'm sure Firefox and IE have something similar, but I haven't used those in months.

Opening links

Post by Borg on Wed Sep 30, 2009 4:16 pm

When I klick a link I want it to open in a new tab/window. Fix please. :D)

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