Michael WARDLE wrote: > The Gecko engine developed by the Mozilla Project, however seems > to be very good. I find Galeon quite nice, as it uses Mozilla's > quite capable HTML rendering engine, has its own well designed > GTK-based GUI, and has little of Mozilla's bloat.
If it isn't broken, don't fix it. > If you're looking for a replacement Internet mail client, you > might like to try Mutt, Balsa, Sylpheed, or Evolution. I like my applications to have the same look-and-feel. I like them to use the same shortcut keys for the same functions, etc.. Unfortunately, kmail and konquerer just aren't there yet, and even though GTK has a "style guide", no one is very religious about following it. Reminds me a lot of a UI person I used to know who prototyped all her UI stuff in Visual BASIC, and then expected us to be able to implement things like modal dialogues in HTML, so that browser-based access to the device resembled a Windows application. She totally refused to be "constrained by HTML" during the design process, even though that was what we had to deploy on. Made it a real pain in the ass: everyone who has to deal with UI code was effectively painting pixels with an 8 foot paint brush. -- Terry To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in the body of the message