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Re: Galeon History problem

"Ethan Benson" <erbenson@alaska.net> writes:

> On Tue, Jul 31, 2001 at 10:22:28AM -0600, Jason E. Stewart wrote:
> > Hey All,
> > 
> > I've compiled and installed galeon 0.11.2 on my testing/unstable
> > pismo. It has been working fine, but I have one HUGE complaint. The
> > 'Go' menu behavior is completely screwed up. History works fine as
> > long as I limit myself to using forward or back. If I hop backward
> > using the go menu it seems to pop that item to the top of the history
> > stack instead of scrolling history back to that point. 
> > 
> > So if I jump to item 6 in the go menu, and then hit 'back', instead of
> > going to item 7, I'm back at item 0...
> > 
> > This does not happen with mozilla 0.9.2 (or any others). 
> since when is mozilla 0.9.2 packaged?  

My mistake, I'm running 0.9.1-2...

> > Before I go posting a Galeon bug, do others see this behavior as well?
> > Is this some feature I just don't understand? 
> galeon is very sensitive to be run against the exact same mozilla
> revision it was compiled against, since debian does not have mozilla
> newwer then 0.9.1 the galeon packages are (or should be) compiled
> against that version, thus you must run galeon with mozilla 0.9.1 not
> 0.9.2 installed.  doing otherwise may produce odd and unexpected
> results (believe me ive seen it).

Thanks for the warning Ethan. So galeon 0.11.2 expects mozilla 0.9.1,
so I don't have a mismatch there. How do I tell what version of Gnome
I'm running? Some libraries are versioned 1.2.x and some 1.4.x

So do you not see the behavior I mentioned?


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