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Re: Firefox/Iceweasel's weird close/quit behaviour



On Tue, 20 Feb 2007 16:55:54 +0100, Joe wrote in message 
<[🔎] 45DB1A0A.2070700@orange.nl>:

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> Arnt Karlsen wrote:
> > On Tue, 20 Feb 2007 08:45:57 +0100, Joe wrote in message 
> > 
> >> Koqueror, the all-in-one file manager and browser, on the the other
> >> hand follows the same rule to close the windows, however ctrl-w
> >will > not close the program, nor will ctrl-q.  Sadly to say, you're
> >going to
> > 
> > ..huh???  Both c-w and C-q works for me, both in kde and fluxbox, on
> > both Iceweasel and Konqueror.
> 
> Perhaps you're running Sarge.  If you've you're running Etch or newer,
> you're in for a surprise.  Konqueror 3.5.5 does not close that way.

..it does on my Sid boxes.

> > ..now if the konq crew could use c-t rather than shift-ctrl-n for a
> > new tab...
> 
> But it ctrl-t does open a new tab :)

..not here.  ;o)

..could it be my setup overriding standard konqueror-3.5.5 setup?
Been using kde since 2.2.2, and konueror since 3.0, AFAICR.

> I use a konqueror most of the time, but occasionally use iceweasel.
> Funny how sometimes pages look different in the two.  I imagine if I
> used other browsers I might see even different formatting (sometimes
> completely different pages).
> > 
> >> Alt-F4 (the Windows shortcut for closing a program) works on both.
> > 
> > ..and in kde but not in fluxbox, it'll take you to the 4'th pane.
> > 
> Interesting.  I use KDE, hence the Konqueror.  Even if I used Gnome I
> would probably use Konqueror because I prefer it to every other file
> manager I have seen, but I am sure there are plenty that I have never
> seen.  That's one of the downsides to being a newbie.  There are
> thousands of programs that you've never heard of.  One can learn only
> so fast.
> 
> Joe

..we're all newbies at at least some part of life.  ;o)

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...with a number of polar bear hunters in his ancestry...
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