This is a discussion on Re: New 3.5.7 has memory problem - Mozilla ; On Jan 17, 1:51*am, Eustace wrote: > On 2010-01-07 10:19 David Pyles wrote: > > > > > Bill Braun wrote: > >> Eustace wrote: > >>> On 2010-01-06 16:21 Tarkus wrote: > > >> [snip] > > >>> What ...
On Jan 17, 1:51*am, Eustace
> On 2010-01-07 10:19 David Pyles wrote:
> > Bill Braun wrote:
> >> Eustace wrote:
> >>> On 2010-01-06 16:21 Tarkus wrote:
> >> [snip]
> >>> What does the exit button extension button does differently from the
> >>> upper right hand corner x?
> >>> emf
> >> It emulates File > Exit. Why this is different from [ X ] I do not know,
> >> but am given to understand that it is a relevant difference.
> >> Bill Braun
> > The difference is that File > Exit and the exit button issues a file
> > close command, while the upper right hand corner x issues a window close
> > command. *While closing the last window usually closes a program, it is
> > not always the case, especially if there are background processes
> > running as their often are in a browser.
> > Dave Pyles
> Well, when I use FF I normally have 1 maximized window open so I don't
> need to use an alternate way of closing it. But with OOo I try to
> remember not to click the x since in Vista it forgets then the
> dimensions of the normal window, preferring to double click on the top
> left icon, whose desktop shortcut is Alt + F4. It would, actually be a
> good idea to start using that way for every program, including FF,
> since, rarely, I do use the normal window and change its dimensions. Is
> Alt + F4 equivalent to Ctrl + w?
> The folk oratorios of Mikis Theodorakishttps://files.nyu.edu/emf202/public/mt/oratorios.html
Alt + F4 closes an application,
Ctrl + F4 closes a window (and the application if there are no other
For Firefox, Ctrl + F4 would be the same as Ctrl + W