__/ [ casioculture@xxxxxxxxx ] on Monday 31 July 2006 22:09 \__
> Roy Schestowitz wrote:
>> __/ [ Kier ] on Monday 31 July 2006 09:26 \__
>> > On Mon, 31 Jul 2006 00:35:45 +0000, sloblocks wrote:
>> >> Roy Schestowitz presented the following explanation :
>> >> ...
>> >>> 5-there is no flaw-ridden Web browser tied to your built-in file
>> >>> manager (which cannot be uninstalled).
>> >> Just Firefox; which crashes out regularly, can't support
>> >> Flash/Shockwave properly and can lock the whole of X if you try and
>> >> play certain RealVideo/Quicktime files.
>> > Haven't noticed that kind of thing much myself, not in the latest,
>> > properly set up version.
>> sloblock spreads FUD. Better not address the ludicrous claims.
>> >> ..other than that it's fine.
>> > At least if it crashed, the wholke OS doesn't go with it. And you don't
>> > have to use firefox, there are plenty of others.
>> If Firefox ever crashes, it will restore all tabs and
>> re-fill all the textboxes, almost as though nothing was ever
>> lost. All that is needed is SessionSaver extension (a must
>> to many who maintain multiple tabs, close the Web browser,
>> and resume work later; not just for rare crashes).
> I use tab mix plus and it has a session manager.
For tabs I have two extensions but one is disabled (they collide).
SessionSaver has a nice session manager, so you can assign settings and tabs
to a 'profile', much like Konqueror does as a Web/FTP/file browser.
GNU/Linux is beautiful. < http://youtube.com/watch?v=lawkc3jH3ws >
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