Browser chat (was Re: about empathy as the default IM application)
macoafi at gmail.com
Wed Jun 17 21:19:16 UTC 2009
On Wednesday 17 June 2009 4:56:16 pm Evan R. Murphy wrote:
> not sure I fully understand the rendering issue (could
> someone elaborate on that, please?),
& CSS3 support than other rendering engines (along with a few features not yet
added to CSS3), so if a web designer is doing something fancy like having a
gradient or using drop-shadows, the user gets to actually see that. Firefox
and others will ignore those settings on webpages. Sites still look fine
(you'd have to be a little daft to make a site that doesn't at least look
passable in Firefox), but they might be missing some of the eye-candy the
developer tried to put in.
> but Mozilla and FF in particular
> seem like such great FOSS achievements to me that they may be an
> important alliance for Ubuntu to maintain.
That's true..."where's Mozilla?" was my mom's first Ubuntu question.
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