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just installed suse 9.2 ...happy to report that thisdoes NOT happen in suse! i think the only way for me to change this in my beloved slack is to uninstall dropline gnome completely, and install all the gtk stuff from the slack cd..
my problems in slack were probably due to dropline gnome/swaret/slapt-get...cant really blame slack at all for GTK sluggishness...as for ARCH Linux i let the dependency checker handle packages..firefox is MUCH faster than what ive ever seen in linux, BUT still about 15-20% slower than windows...i guess well never get to the bottom of this....... : (
if u can ignore a tiny ad at the top of the screen...give opera 8 beta 2 a try..its juicy...much much more responsive than firefox..remember to set the skin to "windows native" for fastest performance in opera...(mildly ironic, isn't it?)