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    Question Firefox

    1 After a 10 is not working mozilla-kde-integration (open / save - dialogs GNOME's, instead of KDE's)
    How do I fix it?
    2 When you download assemblies ftp server when run from /tmp
    a) they do not see the plugins folder, then the inter /usr/lib64/browser-plugins
    b) when downloading any file and double click to popup the window loading screen appears select the program (send to) instead of running the program from file association, they don't applying.
    How to fix without changing the profile in the home?
    3 Why a repo Index of /repositories/mozilla: nightly aurora beta empty? (x86_64 folder of course)?

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    Default Re: Firefox

    are you using mozilla from OBS?
    I had the same issue and had to roll back
    I posted about it
    http://forums.opensuse.org/english/g...e-manager.html


    But I think 10 has just been pushed in to updates today, but I didn't try it yet.
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    Default Re: Firefox

    I must be mistaken
    I don't see it in Updates. Thought I saw it earlier...
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    Default Re: Firefox

    I reported it to OBS
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    Default Re: Firefox

    On 02/03/2012 05:56 PM, caf4926 wrote:
    > I don't see it in Updates.


    10 came though 11.4 update today...works ok..

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    On 02/03/2012 05:46 PM, ILYA INDIGO wrote:
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    > 1 After a 10 is not working mozilla-kde-integration (open / save -
    > dialogs GNOME's, instead of KDE's)
    > How do I fix it?


    not sure, i _think_ that is somehow connected to "suse-branding" the one
    with worked great for FF 9 may or may not work with FF 10....if it does
    not, just have a little patience becuase i bet someone is working on the
    problem..

    > 2 When you download assemblies 'ftp server'
    > (http://tinyurl.com/6s2znfg) when run from /tmp
    > a) they do not see the plugins folder, then the inter
    > /usr/lib64/browser-plugins


    AH, you are downloading directly from mozilla....highly recommend you
    not do that....recommend you instead fetch the new version from the
    openSUSE Update Repo....i did so today (with 11.4) and all is sweet..

    > b) when downloading any file and double click to popup the window
    > loading screen appears select the program (send to) instead of running
    > the program from file association, they don't applying.
    > How to fix without changing the profile in the home?


    package management in openSUSE does not need you to FTP download from a
    maker, and then double click anything....that is the so old, last
    century way to download and install viruses and keyloaders..

    instead use YaST Software Management and YaST Online Update to manage
    your software needs via openSUSE Repos containing clean, managed and
    FREE software..

    > 3 Why a repo 'Index of /repositories/mozilla:'
    > (http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/mozilla:) nightly aurora beta
    > empty? (x86_64 folder of course)?


    if you are a software tester you are in the wrong forum...unreleased,
    pre-released, alpha, beta, nightly builds and all experimental software
    is discussed with other software tester in the Pre-Release/Beta forum,
    http://tinyurl.com/2du7r4s only..

    would you like a moderator to move this thread?

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    Default Re: Firefox

    From the devs

    We are aware of that and it's even in the changelog (rpm -q --changelog
    MozillaFirefox)

    * Mo Jan 30 2012
    - update to Firefox 10.0
    - KDE integration has been disabled since it needs refactoring

    We were not able to port that feature to that version in time and I
    decided to publish security updates without that feature instead of
    waiting for a fix.
    We will deliver the feature when it's ready again.
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    Default Re: Firefox

    Ok we will wait ...
    I would like to hear a clear answer on the 2nd and 3rd questions.

    to DenverD
    No i don't tester! I am a user who wants to use all the features firefox now, not after 3 months.
    2 In firefox 11 fixed memory leak, which I strongly interfere.
    3 I would like to use the assembly from Index of /repositories/mozilla: if they'd BEEN there!

    P.S. Sorry for my bad English

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    Quote Originally Posted by ILYA_INDIGO View Post
    1 After a 10 is not working mozilla-kde-integration (open / save - dialogs GNOME's, instead of KDE's)
    How do I fix it?
    2 When you download assemblies ftp server when run from /tmp
    a) they do not see the plugins folder, then the inter /usr/lib64/browser-plugins
    b) when downloading any file and double click to popup the window loading screen appears select the program (send to) instead of running the program from file association, they don't applying.
    How to fix without changing the profile in the home?
    3 Why a repo Index of /repositories/mozilla: nightly aurora beta empty? (x86_64 folder of course)?

    If you are using Firefox from a manual download. (I place my folder in /home/myusername)
    And run it manually
    If you should keep a backup of .mozilla IMO, as the development versions can mess it up sometimes. And you can put your plugins in .mozilla/plugins

    Setting the application actions
    Edit > Preferences > Applications >
    Set the desired actions


    Did you look at
    Index of /repositories/mozilla:/Factory/openSUSE_Factory
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    On 02/03/2012 08:06 PM, ILYA INDIGO wrote:
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    > to DenverD
    > No i don't tester! I am a user who wants to use all the features
    > firefox now, not after 3 months.


    you are very welcome to download the source, compile and install
    it...but if you would rather wait for it to flow through the update
    repo, that is also ok.....what is not ok is not compiling and not
    waiting patiently...there are only so many hands to do the work that has
    to be done for it to flow..

    > 2 In firefox 11 fixed memory leak, which I strongly interfere.


    so grab it and install it....but, if you have trouble with it then you
    need to talk with the mozilla folks...because this forum supports the
    software released by openSUSE....and not whatever is was released last
    night by anyone else..

    > 3 I would like to use the assembly from 'Index of
    > /repositories/mozilla:'
    > (http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/mozilla:) if they'd BEEN
    > there!


    if it is not there, check back later....if you already paid for the
    super quick delivery then ask for your money back.

    >
    > P.S. Sorry for my bad English


    your english is fine...very fine...i wish i could do Russian....i have a
    LONG standing dream to visit St Petersburg and Moscow.

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