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I used Chrome most of the day yesterday and set it up as my default
browser, but when clicking a link in Thunderbird, Chrome would load only
on the home page.

On 01/17/2010 07:40 AM, Jerry Feldman wrote:
> As I mentioned, I have not used it except casually, but I think I am
> going to test it out for a while on Fedora 12 if anything, just to
> satisfy my curiosity.
> On 01/16/2010 02:33 PM, Doug wrote:
>  =20
>> Hello:
>> It is sad when a piece-o-crap proprietary software such as flash is a
>> deal breaker for an open source project.  There may be more legitimate=

>> complaints about Adobe's closed software (pdf and flash) doing bad
>> things for the web than any other software.
>> I use Chrome at work, it does feel stable, even when flash crashes.
>> Chrome still cannot deal with flash, so the deal breaker remains.
>> Doug
>>  =20
>>    =20
>  =20

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