I'm having trouble installing firefox 18 from the website and I can't find help on that anywhere. There was a few posts suggesting a path update, but those didn't work. I'm new with fedora and I'm still clunking around getting used to it.
Ubuntu was quick with Firefox updates, but slow with Chromium.
Video: mostly perfect Wifi: perfect out of the box Bluetooth: perfect out of the box Sound: perfect out of the box DVD RW: perfect out of the box Ethernet: perfect out of the box USB: perfect out of the box WEB camera: perfect, after install v4l2ucp...
Last I rebooted into Win8 I saw Firefox had pixel-perfect scrolling - like Ubuntu has with Nautilus, gedit and some other apps. When will Firefox for Ubuntu have scrolling that doesn't act like mouse wheel clicks?
A couple of days back, we reported that Firefox 5.0 was available ahead of its scheduled release date in Mozilla’s FTP server. Well, today it has landed in the firefox-next PPA that Mozilla maintains for early adopters.
wagmic1 wrote:you re welcomeI do the same for normal firefox and if you want you can make a link in /usr/sbin and make an update-alternative for x-www-browser and gnome-www-browser for a perfect integration in #! Wagmic, would you mind explaining that in language more understandable to noobs?