Re: iceweasel 4 on squeeze?
On 26/03/11 08:40, Ron Johnson wrote:
> On 03/24/2011 08:41 PM, Scott Ferguson wrote:
>> On 25/03/11 03:10, Ron Johnson wrote:
>>> On 03/24/2011 10:21 AM, Tony van der Hoff wrote:
>>>> On 24/03/11 14:52, Ron Johnson wrote:
>>>>> Because of the radical changes in v4.0, I *strongly* urge that you
>>>>> install FF 4.0 to /usr/local/bin or ~/bin, since you or your wife
>>>>> (as I do) dislike the way that v4 works.
I installed Firefox4 to ~/.firefox and Iceweasel4 to ~/.iceweasel4
I've no idea if that is correct, I just did it to keep multiple browsers
and versions available for my profile. Alternative solutions welcomed.
>>>> Care to elaborate on what you dislike about it?
>>> A bunch of small stuff:
>>> - right clicking on a tab doesn't have "New Tab" anymore.
>> True. See the blue cross on the right-hand side of the tab? Clicking on
>> that will open a new tab. One click instead of two! :-)
> Muscle memory and habit.
I also wondered where the "open in new tab" went - till I watched a
small child do it! :-/
> Tabs and the search bar were the big UI advances in the history of
> Netscape & Mozilla. The original (derived from Mosaic?) UI was darned
> good as it was.
Hang in there - I'm sure you're not the only one. It's just a matter of
time before someone comes up with a theme that makes the 4 ui look like
My main motivation for moving to 4 was freedom from ffflash, and the
ability to build lighter netbooks.
> The Win98/2K (originally from Win95???) Start button is still a good
> motif. Panels (originally from OSX?) and applets when *combined* with
> the Start menu make it even more useful.
I seem to remember a Start style button on my first PS/2 - long before
Windoof 3.... (IBM OS2/Win32)
> A: Yes.
> >Q: Are you sure?
> >>A: Because it reverses the logical flow of conversation.
> >>>Q: Why is top posting frowned upon?