also sprach martin f krafft <email@example.com> [2002.10.01.1245 +0200]: > Alright, since it's you saying that, and thanks to aptitude and the > automatic dependency management (incl. de-installation), I am giving > it a shot. It's a cool browser, light and fast. And nevertheless, I am having problems with it (version from sarge). From what I can tell right now, the only things that keep me from letting galeon replace opera on my various desktops are: (a) dependencies; that i could live with i guess. (b) keyboard control; i am failing to switch to the next tab with ctrl-right and ctrl-left, and i can't close tabs with ctrl-w. furthermore, i want to make ctrl-n bring up a new tab. (c) the external program to view source code is continually reset to the default (gnome-edit), not accepting my changes (`x-terminal-emulator -e vim`) (d) it keeps forgetting the homepage i set. on every restart, it's back to gnome.org (#145017) (e) it forgets the mailer selection and always goes back to Gnome (f) it crashes frequently on X cut'n'paste (g) in general, it crashes frequently and usually forgets some to a lot of the user preferences. that's a pain. i have found no bugreports but the one on the above. maybe because i am at fault? -- martin; (greetings from the heart of the sun.) \____ echo mailto: !#^."<*>"|tr "<*> mailto:" net@madduck today, i will gladly share my experience and advice, for there are no sweeter words than "i told you so."
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