Is "Content Link" something any of you recognizes?
dotancohen at gmail.com
Mon Jan 5 14:40:31 UTC 2009
2009/1/5 Steven Vollom <stevenvollom at sbcglobal.net>:
> This is going to sound stupid, but I am not browsing at the time and
> don't understand why it is happening. I am answering an email usually.
> At first I thought it was something that came in updates, but it doesn't
> make any sense. It screws up the work I am doing having an
> interruption, and only the one popup has a Titlebar. The rest have
> several boxes to click on to take you somewhere else. I have never
> tried the link, because I am not sure that wouldn't increase the
> problem, just because I attempted to use their program.
Then please post a screenshot. If it contains confidential information
you can blot that out in kolourpaint. If you do not want to make it
public you can send it to me personally.
> As far as a clean install, I have been considering removing Firefox and
> Thunderbird. I want to be KDE exclusive, so that I can start taking
> advantage of all its benefits.
While Kmail really is a great email client, Konqueror is not yet as
good a web browser as Firefox. I suggest that you start browsing in
Konqueror and keep Firefox around for when you need it. And mention
problems here, so that we can file bugs!
> As long as I have the old friends
> working, I have a tendency to use them from time to time. One reason
> is, a torrent site I use works faster in Firefox that in Konqueror.
What site is that? I will test and file a bug.
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