[CentOS] Firefox and Thunderbird 2.0, Centos 5, and rpms

Brian Mathis bmathis-centos at directedge.us
Tue Jun 26 21:36:04 UTC 2007

On 6/26/07, Jean Figarella <jfigarella at vecna.com> wrote:
> Jim Perrin wrote:
> > On 6/14/07, Robert Moskowitz <rgm at htt-consult.com> wrote:
> >> So I am looking at Firefox and Thunderbird 2.0.
> >> Should I install them?  Or is Redhat correct that there is nothing
> >> improved here and wait for 3.0?  (well I have not even had a chance to
> >> look at Thunderbird 2.0, that is new)?
> >
> > Actually, Firefox 2.x irritates the crap out of me with the newer
> > search option. Instead of /foo to search a page for foo and having the
> > option to find it again, you now have to hit ctrl+f, windows style for
> > searching. the /foo still works, but times out quickly and doesn't
> > give you the option to move to the next found location.
> >
> > I'd say sit tight for a while on the RH version unless there's a
> > feature/plugin you REALLY need/want.
> >
> you can do "/' to search, and if it does finds something the "ctrl" +
> "f"  and it will give you the option to find more. But I agree it is
> annoying that it doesn't give you the "find next" option when using "/"
> to search.
> -Jean

You'll notice that Ctrl+G does a "Find Next".  Always has, even in quick find.

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