Subject Re: [Firebird-general] There are still some flying vertebrates in Firefox :)
Author Jakub Hegenbart
V St, 18. 02. 2004 v 04:43, Helen Borrie p����e:
> At 03:09 PM 15/02/2004 +0100, you wrote:
> >Hi,
> >
> >I started using Firefox immediately after its release (I was using
> >Firebird before :) ... well, usually two flavours of Firebird at once :D
> >) and I realized just now that the transition isn't quite perfect: At
> >least the standard bookmarks "Mozilla Firebird & Mozilla Information" ->
> >{Mozilla Firebird Extensions, Mozilla Firebird Themes, Mozilla Firebird
> >Discussion} and especially the Bookmarks Toolbar button labeled "Mozilla
> >Firebird Help" are still there. Did they already notice or should
> >somebody tell them "ahem...?"
> I took the official Win32 installer download and did a clean-install. It's
> squeaky-clean throughout - not a wing to be seen.
> Did you perhaps take one of the unofficial builds, that is using a
> "Firebird" theme (skin)? Or your installation retained a default skin from
> your previous installation?
> Are you talking about the Linux or the Windows version?
> H.

The Linux one, contained in file firefox-0.8-i686-pc-linux-gnu.tar.gz.
There are two themes, Firefox (default) and Modern. The file is in, i've
verified with md5sum that it's the file i downloaded on Feb 9.

I had no previous installation of anything, it was a fresh install of
Slackware 9.1 + some other SW of my choice (inlcuding Firefox and, of
course, FB1.5RC9 :) on a formatted partition.