AndrewH wrote:Progressor, both FireFox and Chrome/Chromium have extensions for mouse gestures.
Firefox. How can people still love a
web browser that crashes as often as
Windows 3.1 used to crash?
AndrewH wrote:That's one thing I really like about Chrome/Chromium - if a page crashes, it only affects that tab, not the entire browser, since each tab is completely independent.
Chrome/Chromium has menus, they're under the page and wrench icons in the upper right.
mick55 wrote:I installed Opera today. It is very fast and responsive and I would like to continue
using it. I have one issue though.
It will not import my Firefox bookmarks. When I try and import them the
CPU use hits 100% and the RAM usage sky rockets and Opera freezes.
My bookmarks.html from firefox is about 4.5MB. When I import/export between
Firefox versions it takes about 25 seconds due to the size/quantity of the bookmarks.
Any Opera users know a way to successfully import a large Firefox bookmarks.html?
sylvainsjc wrote:Wow !!! Firefox its evil for U ==>Look here.
AndrewH wrote:Chrome/Chromium has menus, they're under the page and wrench icons in the upper right.
sylvainsjc wrote:Firefox has the same behavior for the crash and for the menu at this time you can use 2 add-ons : "Compact Menu" and "AutoHideStatusBar"
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Firefox 4 will have this without add-on
Video and audio tags===> Google Chrome: H.264, AAC, MP3, Vorbis and Theora Chromium: Vorbis and Theora by default Extra notes: Varies by distro: Ubuntu Chromium ships the two flavors, Fedora Chromium removes support completely
Code===> Google Chrome: Tested by developers Chromium: Modified by distributions Extra notes: Extra modifications by distributions have been a continual source of problems for users; please include distribution information if you report bugs
Sandbox===> Google Chrome: Always on Chromium: may be disabled, depending on distributor Extra notes: Ubuntu and Gentoo: always on; warning: some unofficial Slackware packages remove it!
Package===> Google Chrome: Single deb/rpm Chromium: distro specific, sometimes split into multiple parts (locale data, inspector, v8) Extra notes: Ubuntu ships l10n and inspector (optional) and 2 codecs sets (1 mandatory) for both the nightly builds, the dev channel and the beta channel, but with the same package names in each channel
Quality Assurance===> Google Chrome: New releases are tested before sending to users Chromium: Sometimes nightly builds without testing Extra notes: Depends on the distro; e.g. Ubuntu Chromium tracks the same version numbers as Google Chrome, but other distros sometimes ship unstable "nightly" builds
linuxviolin wrote:sylvainsjc wrote:Wow !!! Firefox its evil for U ==>Look here.
But this is about plugins: "Crash protection is the name of the Firefox capability based on Gecko's out of process plugins technology. It first shipped in Firefox 3.6.4 for Windows and Linux only, running Adobe Flash, Apple QuickTime and Microsoft Silverlight in a separate process called plugin-container." Not exactly what I talked about.
sylvainsjec wrote:On va finir par parler français ici
sylvainsjec wrote:So what are you talking about if it's not about crash tabs ???
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