Roy Schestowitz wrote:
> __/ [Vinayak] on Sunday 06 November 2005 05:54 \__
>> I've been using Mozilla for long and so would like to stick to Mozilla
>> as my web browser and mail client
> When time permits, I advice you to set things aside and make the upgrade to
> Firefox/Thunderbird. Same software, only better (more modern and reliable).
"Better" is in the eye of the beholder.
I don't agree with your assessment, not by a long shot. I've used the
moz suite since about milestone M10 (many years ago, way before NS6
even). When I heard they were discontinuing it in favor of separate
components, I cringed, but tried the combo anyway.
I thought it severely lacking by comparison. While there isn't so much
different in TB, FF took away features that I rely heavily on,
particularly related to keyboard navigation and quick access to tools,
like cookie manager and tab history. FF is just way too mouse-dependent.
I find it quite clumsy to use.
Next time you make this FF/TB recommendation, you might want to qualify
it a bit.
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