Re: Browser identification to websites
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Wayne Topa wrote:
>> Hopefully the transition is complete enough that we won't run into
>> things like losing our profiles or having 2 tabs open when we click on
>> These issues are fixed in iceweasel_188.8.131.52+dfsg-3; I'm
>> curious as to what iceweasel_184.108.40.206+dfsg-1 will bring us.
> They are?? Then maybe is's my partition after all, because I'm
> running iceweasel_220.127.116.11+dfsg-3. :-(
> Maybe I'll just start using the Sid or Etch partitions and forget
> about testing, for awhile.
> Isn't it interesting that a relevant random sig shows up when
> discussing a problem program. I've said for a long time that Linux
> was smart.
There is not now, and never will be, a language in which it is
the least bit difficult to write bad programs.
Good one. Very relevant.
I can't say that dsfg-3 fixed your iceweasel, but it fixed mine. I did
have to rebuild my profile from a previous firefox install though. I
did that when 2 messed it up. 3 didn't effect the profile, but it did
fix the 2 tabs.
I think Stephen is correct. We should just go upstream and forget about
Iceweasel. Not that we know Firefox doesn't have some of the same
problems. Only one way to find out. Personally I think that 1.5 was
better than 2.0, but 2.0 added one feature that I really like and that
is ui.allow_platform_file_picker in about:config.
We're a bit off topic now aren't we?
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