Two screenfulls of a web page, one monitor?
December 10, 2012 1:55 PM Subscribe
Is there any way to make a web browser use two windows to show the first and second window-fulls of a single web page? This would be the equivalent of the "two up" view found in some PDF viewers. On the left, your normal view of a web page. On the right, the next part of that same page -- the thing you would see if you hit "page down" in the first window.
posted by dgrobinson to Technology (6 answers total) 1 user marked this as a favorite
Two years ago, another MeFite asked
this question, and didn't find a satisfactory answer.
The model use case is reading a long web article on a 30" screen. It would be great to be able to take in the first couple of screens worth of text at one glance. Thus, it would be important that the right hand window show the next window-full of content automatically -- loading the top of the same page in a second window, so that both left and right windows show the same content, would not do the trick.
Thanks for your help!