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    There is an irritating bug in IE 9 that only seems to show up in the Lounge (I suspect there are other sites as well but I have not visited any). When I click on a link in a thread (any thread, any link) the original tab (the tab I'm presently using to view the thread) opens the link, and a new tab opens with the link so that I now have 2 tabs with the same linked web page displayed. This does not happen on other web sites I commonly visit.

    To return to the original site on tab 1 I have to choose the back arrow. This has to be some kind of bug related to the way the Lounge renders??? I do not see any options to change this in IE 9. Perhaps an Administrator or Moderator can investigate why this happens with links in the Lounge.
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    I recommend waiting until IE9 comes out of beta to investigate this kind of behavior.
    BTW, can you turn off HTTP5, and see if this changes?
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    I'm not sure if HTML5 can be turned off. The glitch I'm seeing is relatively minor inconvienence. I'm recommending IE 9.
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