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Subject:Re: Usability: 2ndary windows in browsers From:Barbara Karst-Sabin <barbara -at- QUOTE -dot- COM> Date:Mon, 14 Sep 1998 12:47:51 -0700
I'm constructing a fairly complex website with nightmare "trees." I see
these pop-up windows and pull-down menus as one way to avoid either
cluttering a single page up with way too much information or having
people lose track of where they are in a series of links because each
level is on a separate page.
And they don't pop-up if you don't activate them ;+).
Geoff Hart (by way of \"Eric J. Ray\" ) wrote:
..........I can say with some
> authority that an audience of one (me) generally finds them intensely