[CentOS] Alternitives to Firefox...

Wed Jun 26 21:15:12 UTC 2019
mark <m.roth at 5-cent.us>

Robert Heller wrote:
> At Wed, 26 Jun 2019 16:39:12 -0400 CentOS mailing list
> <centos at centos.org> wrote:
>> Robert Heller wrote:
>>> OK, I recently ugraded to the current ESR release of Firefox for
>>> CentOS
>>> 6.
>>> And I am having problems with the user interface (basically it has
>>> become hard [for me] to use).
>>> What alternitives are there?  (Chrome and Chromium are not possible
>>> with CentOS, and Chrome and Chromium are actually worse).
>> What's the problems? I just upgraded last week, and the STUPID MORONS
>> made the arrows in the scrollbars go away, had to search and find a gtk
>> config file I needed to create.
> That is one problem -- I want those arrows back. AND wider scrollbars (if
> that is possible -- skinny scrollbars might be fashonable, but are really
> hard to use).
This is what I used.

> Another is the *lack* of a place to *type* a file name when you click a
> file upload button. The file upload browser both comes up too tall (taller
> than my screen [why?]) and lacks a place to start typing a file name, one
> *must*
> scroll down though (in my case) a long list of files and directories. It
> seems that the use of a keyboard is no longer supported. *Some* of us
> actually use our keyboards and don't like to point and click *all of the
> time* (or really much of the time or really at all). I know, the keyboard
> is a piece of depreciated hardware -- we are all supposed to be using
> touch screens with only colorful icons -- actually typing file names is so
> 20th century... :-)
They all think they're Managers, who don't type, only wave their hands and
point. Or, as a friend put it, their "mama dresses them funny, and [they]
need a mouse to delete files".