New Ubuntu user. Whiching from Mozilla Firefox to Moxilla Thunderbird
k.mandla at gmail.com
Sat Mar 18 17:07:25 UTC 2006
If you want to use a different browser, you could switch your preferred
applications with System > Preferences > Preferred Applications.
But if you're looking to avoid using a browser altogether... I think that
might be very tricky.
On 3/13/06, Julio Biason <julio.biason at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 3/13/06, Jeffrey Holle <jeffreyholle at bellsouth.net> wrote:
> > My question is, what do I have to do to loose Firefox dependencies?
> > Hopefully globally, but if not possible, what do I have to do to
> > Mozilla-Thunder bird mail client to get it to use Mozilla-Thunder bird
> > browser?
> Hm... Thunderbird is mail client and that's all. Firefox is a browser
> and that's all. If you want to see links that come from an email, you
> need an email cliient and a browser.
> On the old times, Mozilla was a complete suite, with email client,
> browser, HTML editor and something else but, right now, Mozilla
> applications are being split up and doing only one thing. Maybe when
> Seamonkey reaches 1.0 we could see it on the repositories...
> Julio Biason <julio.biason at gmail.com>
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