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've started using Thunderbird a my email client, but I've found that Firefox seems to be a bit flaky these days, so I'm trying Chrome. The only trouble I'm having is figuring out how to configure Thunderbird to open Chrome when a link in an email is clicked.
Mozilla, patron del famosissimo browser Firefox, sta pensando se sia il caso di terminare o rallentare lo sviluppo del “compare” di Firefox ovvero Thunderbird, il noto client di posta.
Thunderbird nasce nel 2004 e da allora è entrato nei desktop e nei cuori di milioni di utenti; oggi come oggi è l’unico vero rivale di Microsoft Outlook, e secondo il mio modesto pare sarebbe una g
I would take this question over to Mozilla.org and not here at askubuntu.com except for the following:
This is a brand new install of Ubuntu, Firefox and Thunderbird.
On the same computer I also have band new installs of Firefox and Thunderbird for the Wondows7 partition. And they are running perfectly.
One of the Firefox lockups is totally reproducible.
I found a way to change Chrome cache directory and size from /home/username/.cache to whatever adding this /opt/google/chrome/google-chrome %U --disk-cache-dir="/tmp" --disk-cacke-size=640000
on the launcher in usr/local/share/application/Google Chrome.desktop, right click properties, Launcer tab, before moving the launcher to the panel. However, there are two problems with this.