SWFAddress, Back button
Can SWFAddress "sense" when a user has pressed the browser back button?
I know it can fire off EXTERNAL_EVENTS, but...does it do this for specific buttons?
When the window.location object changes, but swfaddress didn't trigger the address change, it fires an EXTERNAL_CHANGE event. This could be caused by the user typing in a new anchor into the location bar, hitting the back/forward buttons, or several other things. There's no way to do something like putting an event listener on the browser's back button.