Mozilla Suite vs. Firefox
fc-cornette at insight.rr.com
Thu May 4 23:31:41 UTC 2006
> On Wed, 2006-05-03 at 22:31 -0400, Jim Cornette wrote:
>> I like the fact that it does not decide what is best for me as Firefox
>> seems to. I would rather select where I want a file downloaded to.
> I don't recall having any trouble configuring Firefox to save as I
> wanted to (ask each time, always to a default location, etc.). I do
> dislike their default "My Downloads" idea (directory name with a blank
> space in it, and stupid capitalisation).
For Firefox, the logic for setting preferences is not intuitive to me
and the defaults are horrible. It downloads to the desktop by default
and I had to hunt for where the desired preference was located.
>> I use both a browser and email client so why not include them
>> together. I occasionally need to edit html documents, why not keep
>> this feature integrated in one package?
> This one is yet another example of multi-function software being worse
> than individual specialised software. The HTML generated by it can be
> rather dire.
I use Seamonkey/mozilla for editing in Windows as well as with Linux. It
does the basics, (links, tables, background and text colors and such).
Dire or not, it is functional and presentable for a variety of purposes
and if viewable as the same content with IE or other browsers.
There is no stand-alone HTML editor that I know for standalone mozilla
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