New Tab Browser in Nightly Builds
Thursday September 27th, 2001
Doron Rosenberg writes: "New nightlies now have a tabbed browsing feature! Hit ctrl-t to open new tabs. His Hyattness recently checked it in, and has fixed most of the bugs over the past few days. Please file any bugs to the XPToolkit component.
Also, Dan Parent from OEone noticed that typing chrome://messenger/content/messenger.xul in a tab loads mailnews into the tab! Same with Chatzilla (chrome://chatzilla/content/chatzilla.xul )."
#58 Let's see...
Monday October 1st, 2001 6:09 AM
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Let's see, I use Mozilla, X-Chat, mutt, gvim, gimp ...
That's lots of applications which may or may not have tabbing (or some other MDI) built-in. I'd rather my wm or some other system wide program provided tabbing, as that means it looks and works consistently. It's as bad as implementing a completely new and different set of menuing widgets, or scroll bars... oh, hang on ;)
Yeah, I know most people don't use pwm. But they *should*, dammit! :)
I don't really mind that mozilla will have tabbing, I just wanted to alert people to the fact there are alternatives to having it builtin, and that in my opinion the alternative provided by pwm is inherently better.