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Re: [opensuse] Mozilla updates arriving delayed on openSUSE
Am 30.10.2012 15:18, schrieb Basil Chupin:
On 31/10/12 00:48, Wolfgang Rosenauer wrote:
Am 30.10.2012 14:33, schrieb Werner Flamme:
You can achieve the same behaviour for Linux when you download TB and FF
from the Mozilla web sites (as you do on Windoze) and install them as a
user inside your home directory. So you do not need to involve the
software management of the system, and you get the updates directly from
Mozilla.
And just for completeness in that case you do not get a few extra
features we have in Firefox to improve integration into openSUSE.

And these extra features are, please.....?

- libproxy support
- Don't use localized Downloads unless XDG is set up
- more sizes of FF icons for different sizes of menus
- a readable awesomebar for dark themes
- basic KDE integration
- FF UI language following system user's locale
- FF package for PPC ;-)
- if there are multiple plugins for one content type you can set a pref
which one to use
- you can set up Firefox to use a shared NSS/certificate database
- support for some media types through GStreamer
- working startup notification
- use gio instead of obsolete gnomevfs


Wolfgang

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