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Allows Right Double Click to close Notes 8 java views
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In Notes 8, the new "java views" (inbox, contacts, etc) can not be closed by right double clicking. You can in "normal" views.
(16 Feb 2008)
Yes please, and how about fixing other areas of the Notes 8 client where right-double-click doesn't always work?
E.g. If I have a single email open in read mode, right-double-click always works in the form header, but only sometimes works in the body. This seems to vary by message, and I think it's caused by Notes 8 using different renderers for different messages, depending on both the email source and content type.
(19 Feb 2008)
Also broken in the Contacts view, among others.
How can I promote this a few more times?
(07 Feb 2009)
OK, we're up to version 8.5 and this regression BUG is still broken!
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