This is a familiar problem i have had off and on for many months and today will post it here:
I use IE 6 with my ME windows, and today I signed up for 'iceberg radio' to listen to the tunes while I type., The browser for this came up in IE and the tunes started with a small window minimized to the task bar (with the artist and volume setting to adjust.,)
But the moment i went to go to 'google' (in IE) I lost that page to the new page (same size minimal window), so in the past I used to browse on netscape, in order to use this setup,
but should I have to???
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ttodd-Or right click on the link to the next webpage (like Google) and click Open in New Window.
And I believe the Media button on your Toolbar (just above the Address line) will let you play media from the vertical Explorer bar (like where Favorites and Search appears over at the far left). If you do not have a Media button on the Toolbar, right click on a blank spot of the Toolbar|click "Customize..."|highlight "Media" in the left pane|click Add|Close.
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Since I use Google's Toolbar, anytime I want to use a different window, I use this method:
CTRL plus N
Opens a new window, leaving your other windows free to do their thing.
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