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This site is... interesting. A friend at work told me about it (apparently it was a DIGG link).

Give it a try.

http://www.dontclick.it/

It's actually a bit strange at first but you really find it rather intuitive after a while, especially if you use a pen tablet to work with when browsing.

-Kevin S.

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Okay ... I guess ...

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I don't know about other people, but I know that I don't actually take my hands off the keyboard too much while I browse. The 'find while I type' feature of Firefox and the ability to just hit enter allows me to get to any link and just hit the enter key to go there. If you are on a tablet, I suppose it would be nice to keep from double tapping, but if you actually have access to a keyboard and a mouse, the click just isn't that much work!

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What is this feature of which you speak?

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<i>The 'find while I type' feature of Firefox and the ability to just hit enter allows me to get to any link and just hit the enter key to go there.</i>

I've not heard of it before. Could you tell me how to use it? Does it need an extension?

(BTW I know html doesn't work in this forum but you can render the code mentally ;-))

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How to do a no-click Firefox

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All you have to do is go to Firefox Preferences > Advanced > General and make sure both 'Allow text to be selected with the keyboard' and 'Begin finding when you begin typing' are checked. If you need help, let me know!

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(NT) (NT) That's really cool!

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They talked about this site not too long ago on BOL.

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They talked about it not long ago, soon after the started talking about the no button mouse.

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Maybe I don't quite understand...

In reply to: They talked about this site not too long ago on BOL.

...but it seems to be just a rollover-rollout invisible button function in a Flash swf. It is impressive, but doesn't seem that revolutionary. I think it's fine for those with good motor-mouse skills. Again, maybe I don't quite get it.

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