[linux-elitists] Ubuntu nipples [Was: Mozilla/Firefox issues rant]
Wed Nov 24 20:08:06 PST 2004
begin Jeff Weff quotation:
> <quote who="Teh Entar-Nick">
> > Also, I'd like to thank Jdub personally for helping get
> > high-quality nipple images into my postal mailbox. But why aren't
> > they more pants off?
> So I used to work for a cook book shop, mail order house and
> distributor. There is this great book called The Cake Bible. We
> never got a copy of that through Saudi Arabian postal customs. Ever.
I also like how, to show the increidble diversity present in
Africa, 2/3 of the models are white. It's so touching.
> Meanwhile, *you're* still using Galeon, too? What are you still
> missing in Epiphany (plus extensions) or Firefox?
Epiphany has extensions?
I dunno, I'm still using debian testing on this T20 that won't
recharge its batteries and sometimes doesn't boot after it's been off
for a while. Epiphany on this system still only has the
all-or-nothing cookie option, and I want to be able to screen them on
a per-site basis.
I keep poking at firefox, and it never seems like a big enough
deal for me to switch. I'd just end up loading plugins to make it
more like galeon anyway.
Most of my gripes are finger-memory things, like I still hit
Alt-# instead of Ctrl-# to go to a particular tab, and I use Alt-R to
reject a cookie instead of Alt-D to Deny the site the privilege of
sending me a cookie. Both are a big improvement over the "pop up
window happens while you're entering a command at a shell and suddenly
hitting return means 'OK please brand me with your scarlet letters'"
crap that they all used to do.
Also, my galeon instance has a lot of well-trained behaviors
that it'd be too irritating to re-enter into another browser. Like
all those non-essential passwords to stupid sites that don't hold
enough actual per-user info to make the damn thing worthwhile.
Information gladly given, but safety requires Nick Moffitt
avoiding unnecessary conversation. firstname.lastname@example.org
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