How to remove Firefox?
jim at winonacotter.org
Tue Sep 4 20:14:36 BST 2007
> Because in this case they *do* need firefox. That's the whole point of
> having the dependencies.
Thanks Jordan for the even more detailed explanation, I read Olivers as well. This
makes much more sense to me, I would have never guessed the relationship.
I hope someone comes up with a patch to Firefox to disable the pixmap caching so I can
just go back to using it, I'm not a big fan of Opera.
Sorry to sound like a prick in the last few emails, I'm sure the text makes me sound
much more like a picky jerk than if we talked in person :-)
Thanks as well to everyone who helped me over the weekend. Today is going flawlessly as
compared to last week. Not a single complaint yet today, last week about 60.
Although it can most likely be a headache for developers, an open forum with the
individuals who actually write the software is AWESOME! If I was running any other
platform besides Linux, there is no way I could have gotten 4 new features implemented
in my software over the weekend that fixes all of my problems.
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