Gnome installing Mozilla by default
ka0ttic at butsugenjitemple.org
Thu Jul 1 04:05:32 PDT 2004
Roop Nanuwa wrote:
> I'll join in on the praise for Opera. It really is the best web browser
> that's extremely light but still has all the "modern day" features
> one would expect from a web browser and then some. I will warn you
> about a couple of things, though.
> 1] The native FreeBSD version is not going to run Flash. I've pulled
> out many, many hairs about this but have never gotten the two to
> work together. If you want to view Flash, then install the linux-opera
> 2] You'll be spoiled after using Opera for any length of time. I've been
> using Opera for a long time and I simply can't tolerate any other browsers.
> The feature set it provides is so expansive that other browsers will seem
> utterly gutted in comparison. Ever use vi for a while and then notice that
> random ':w' or ':wq' start appearing in places where they shouldn't because
> you've gotten so used to the commands? Same idea here.
> 3] The default interface is not for everyone. Just realize that the interface
> is highly configurable so don't let it turn you off if it's not to your liking.
Just curious, but which version of flash are you using with Opera? I
did a search of the ports tree and found quite a few flash ports and was
confused on which one to install.
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/* Aaron Walker
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