Note: I am told this does not work on Windows XP – You can do multiple windows with XP but you have to manually adjust your browser windows with the side arrows which show when you hover your mouse near the edge of the browser page.
Many of you use more than one window or tab when you are navigating around Redbubble, I myself often have at least three open that I switch back and forth to when I am working on some project for Redbubble.
*Well my lovely wife, Julie just learned a new trick!! If you have more than one browser open – not just multiple tabs but two different browsers open in either IE or Firefox or Google Chrome or any two of them – you can view them simultaneously on your screen!! This is of course possible to do manually but doing it this way is faster and automatically fits the page to the screen. *
Open your page on your browser and with your mouse, click on the bar at the very top of the page – in Redbubble if using Firefox it will say in the the top left corner "MyBubble Overview – Redbubble
Hold you mouse button down and drag the page with the top bar to the right or left. When it is almost off of the page you will see the outline of a blank page pop up. At that point release the mouse and you will have your browser page open on half of your screen width but full height. Next do the same thing with the other open browser page and move it to the opposite side from the one you have just docked on half of the page.
You now have two pages open at the same time with the full ability to navigate around in either one just by moving the mouse from one side of your screen to the other!!!
It is even more convenient than having multiple pages or tabs open and having to switch back and forth between them, you can actually see both pages at the same time.