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Originally posted by ahh I can only assume all you Firefox users haven't tried Galeon yet :-)
Yes, I did. Didn't like having to install Mozilla just to get the galeon front-end (two browsers for the cost of one?). Didn't like the default toolbar layout either. Didn't like the way it hesitated before fetching a web page. What I did like was how the search engines were bookmarked. That was cool.
Don't get me wrong. Firefox is far from perfect, but its getting there fast.
Originally posted by dARkHunTEr Konqueror.
It's still under development, but in my opinion it's more complete than Firefox. The KHTML/Konqueror developers also react to bugs much friendlier. Example for Firefox: with loads of wishes on bugzilla they still don't want to add a 'new tab' button on the tab bar, and they also don't fix the "http:// without semicolon goes to microsoft.com" bug.
I've got a NEW_TAB button. You need to install the Tabbrowser Preferences extension
I love the latest firefox. This is already fantastic but a little more polish and it will be nearly perfect. Extensions are very good, it seems I can't live without adblock and image zoom. Uninstall of extensions needs work. I use KDE and konqueror is a good browser for some file management and such. Even latest mozilla doesn't nearly match firefox.