I think I missed something, so please explain. Why would you want to open a profile over your search results? It sounds like everyone here pretty much wants to open a profile in a separate tab, we are just trying to figure out how to do that on our computers. What is the benefit of opening profiles over the top of your search results?
Sounds like there are several different ways to open a profile in a new tab, depending on what computer you use. On my computer, when I remember to do the right-click routine, the profile opens in a separate tab, but the focus remains on the search list. I have to do another click on the new tab to show the new tab on screen. When I use different computers, I expect I will have to change my approach, if I remember.
I would still prefer to have the default be the same as that used in the full name search. I like a consistant reaction for my action. Click, new tab, easy. I guess I am lazy, but it gives me less to think about if I don't have to remember to do something special to get the results I want.
This is a good discussion. I am learning ways around the problem, but I prefer a more direct approach. And I really need to hear why anyone would want to open a profile over the top of the search results. Are you doing an occasional search or are you going back and forth between profile, possibily multiple profiles, and the search list with some regularity?
Thanks everyone! This is great. Kitty