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Webmonkey Takes Another Look at Mozilla and Mozilla Firebird

Friday January 30th, 2004

Naltrexone writes: "Webmonkey (a rather good web-development resource page) took a new look at Mozilla and Firebird and seem to like what they see. They love Mozilla's standards compliance and feature-set, but Firebird seems to be their browser of choice: 'Anyone who feels that Mozilla delivers a less-than-stellar browsing experience should give Firebird a shot.'"


#1 Firebird ain't no Dodo bird

by buff

Saturday January 31st, 2004 7:44 AM

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Webmonkey is right on. I am ever so thankful there is an alternative browser out there that renders so nicely and has so many useful features since I am using Linux and I don't have access to IE. Accept the fact that Firebird hasn't reached version 1.0 yet I can't find any major faults with it. Java, Flash, realplayer all work with it now on Linux. As more companies switch over to Linux desktops in the next coming years Mozilla and Firebird are poised to become the Linux browser of choice.

#2 Firebird ain't no perfect bird

by Tar

Saturday January 31st, 2004 1:11 PM

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Works with the suite, n/a in MFB, changing tabs:

Alt+D Ctrl+PageUp or Ctrl+PageDown

Needing one extra Ctrl+Tab or Ctrl+Shift+Tab to change the tabs:

Alt+D Ctrl+Tab or Ctrl+Shift+Tab

#3 Re: Firebird ain't no perfect bird

by jesse <jruderman@hmc.edu>

Saturday January 31st, 2004 3:48 PM

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