Inclusion of epiphany (wad: inclusion of firefox 3)

Harold Aling h.aling at
Wed Mar 5 12:14:37 UTC 2008

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On Wed, 05 Mar 2008 13:53:35 +0200, Adi Roiban <adi at> wrote:
> ÃŽn data de Ma, 04-03-2008 la 13:56 -0500, vidd a scris:
>> > Hava you tried installing Epiphany or Firefox 2 and install Java?
>> no, Epiphany requires too much gnome for my meager machines, and I didnt
>> get around to monkeying with firefox-2 (I had done so much mettling on 
>> the system, that I formated to a pristeen condition, and found the 
>> firefox3 cure)
>> >
>> >     Thanks
>> >
>> >     vidd
> Vidd you should try Epiphany! I'm using Epiphany just because Firefox
> (at least on Linux) for normal users sucks!

Can I use <fancy add-on/extension name> on Epiphany?

FF sucks indeed, but the vast amount of add-ons make it a real killer app,
despite the memory usage and general slowness.

I've however seen FF3 beta 1 and it looked like it was a whole lot more
responsive and less memory hungry!

My Eur 0.02: Leave it as is. FF3 promises a lot of fancy new features and
speed with less memory usage.


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