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    Question. I've a search bar in front of me which works with two databases, there are two search buttons. If I type and key enter it searches the first of the buttons. Is they any particular key press I can do to "click" the second button without using my mouse?
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    (Original post by G8D)
    Question. I've a search bar in front of me which works with two databases, there are two search buttons. If I type and key enter it searches the first of the buttons. Is they any particular key press I can do to "click" the second button without using my mouse?
    why not use the enter based function to find out
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    (Original post by Jammy Duel)
    why not use the enter based function to find out
    What?
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    (Original post by G8D)
    Question. I've a search bar in front of me which works with two databases, there are two search buttons. If I type and key enter it searches the first of the buttons. Is they any particular key press I can do to "click" the second button without using my mouse?
    By default, no. If a form has two submit buttons, the browser will generally just use the first when enter is pressed (though I don't think that behaviour is actually defined in any specs).
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    Some of you may have seen my post about slow 2Ghz speeds on the Superhub v2, a followup.


    My laptop runs easily at 2MB/s but only when the display isn't running through HDMI. If I turn off my TV or the display turns itself off at the laptop level everything runs well. As soon as I turn the TV back on I witness it drop from peaks of 2MB/s back down to its average of 50KB/s. Why the hell would this be the case?
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    (Original post by G8D)
    Some of you may have seen my post about slow 2Ghz speeds on the Superhub v2, a followup.


    My laptop runs easily at 2MB/s but only when the display isn't running through HDMI. If I turn off my TV or the display turns itself off at the laptop level everything runs well. As soon as I turn the TV back on I witness it drop from peaks of 2MB/s back down to its average of 50KB/s. Why the hell would this be the case?
    A thought off the top of my head, which is probably wrong, is that whatever is teh controller (or some part of the system) for the HDMI output is the same as for the wireless and the HDMI is eating up its resources in some way so it can barely handle the internet.Probably wrong, but just a thought.

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