Jack and pulse?

Ralf Mardorf ralf.mardorf at alice-dsl.net
Tue Feb 12 20:52:01 UTC 2013

On Tue, 2013-02-12 at 15:27 -0500, Mike Holstein wrote:

> chrome gets its own flash


For some usage HTML5 might replace flash, but as far as I know only
Chrome is able to do everything or at least most of the things flash is
needed for.

No reason for a flame war. I wish distros would provide more Chrome
instead of Chromium. The issue for me isn't a policy, but I prefer
browsers providing another GUI, IOW a different workflow.

My favorite still is Firefox, followed by Opera, but current versions of
Opera already follow this Windows8-Unity-TabletPC style.

OT: The homepage of my provider already is unusable for me. There were
always issues when using Linux, but now not only Linux does cause
issues, but I'm unable to even find the location to download the bill.
It's an idiotic design, similar to Unity, much more evil than iOS.
There's no chance anymore to simply click something and to reach the
download link for the bill's PDF. Animated icons, an insane chaos.

The modern DE design has influences to the web design, it's a PITA. It
clearly does show that most people not really use the computer as a
tool, it seems to be a toy for most users. 

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