There is only one way to have them make changes, that is to ask via a bug report. There is a package that someone has put together to install all of these plugins. Here (http://www.koldark.net/archives/2004/08/17/seeking_help.php) is where I briefly talk about it. If this guy can perfect it, then maybe he can submit a "patch" to have this included in the installer. However, the goal of Firefox is to create a small delivered package. At a little over 4 MB that is great! The more that gets added in the bigger it gets. However, there are "other" projects that are creating a more well rounded package that includes things like this. Personally I like the "build your own browser" approach. They give you the base, you add what you want from there. On Thu, 26 Aug 2004 14:17:45 -0500, Bartell, Aaron L. (TC) <albartell@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > Yep, I get the same thing. I have installed a Firefox plugin that > allows me to right click on a page and specify for it to open in IE. > Works pretty slick. Mozilla has along way to go to make it more user > friendly than IE, for instance, how many non-techy people are going to > want to figure out how to load the Java plugin, the shockwave plugin, > the Flash plugin, media player plugin, etc. Just not finesse yet. -- Mike Wills iSeries Programmer/Lawson Administrator koldark@xxxxxxxxx http://www.koldark.net Want Gmail? Email koldark+gmail@xxxxxxxxx to get on my waiting list.
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