I've set up the Profile-sync-daemon https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Pr … ync-daemon (mainly to ease on my old SSD) and it works fine but Firefox keeps creating entries in /home/<username>/.cache/mozilla/firefox/<myprofilename>It contains 3 directories /safebrowsing
/thumbnailsSince I set up psd I've been using browser.cache.disk.parent_directory : /home/<
On my laptop Firefox used to store the cache in ~/.mozilla/firefox/qav0z3zp.default/cache. At about FF 10 it started storing cached items in ~/.mozilla/firefox/qav0z3zp.default/cache/(gazillions of numbered subfolders).
With FF 12 the cache disappeared altogether; there is no cache folder.
I have download and installed thunderbird 3RC2 and it works great
except for one small problem. When you click on link in an email nothing
happens, if you right click and select open in browser nothing happens.
I would like to find a fix for this issue, it seems small but it gets under ones
skin after a few attempts at opening a link.
I am using KDE on Fedora 21 x86_64. I recently switched my default browser from Firefox to Chromium, and this worked out very well...except for Thunderbird, which still insists on attempting to open links with Firefox.
To attempt to resolve this problem, I have:
Read the Mozilla wiki entry which explains how to set your default browser on various platforms.
Mozilla has officially released Thunderbird 24.4.0, an email and RSS client, for all the available platforms, including Linux. A new version has been released in the Thunderbird 24.x branch, but there is nothing to be excited about, a fact that has unfortunately become the norm for new Thunderbird releases.