On 01/13/2014 04:49 PM, Martin Stransky wrote:
On 01/13/2014 04:41 PM, Josh Boyer wrote:
>> I don't say it's important/newsworthy. It's just FYI. Please ignore
>> you're not interested.
> Ok, I'll rephrase.
> I'm interested but I have no idea how this is different from every
> other Firefox build that Fedora provides. Could you elaborate on the
> change some and why it's being made?
Ahh, Okay. The package is build with Gtk3 toolkit  (the recent
official ones are Gtk2) so it's a regular Gtk3 app which should better
fit to Gnome 3 desktop, use themes/skins and so.
The long term plan is to switch Fedora Firefox to Gtk3 so this is just
a tech preview. Full of bugs, of course :)
What can do users who
doesn't want that gtk3 port?
For some users reasoning that "it works better in gnome-shell" is just
Do they need to fork it or what?
Thanks for explanation.
N.b.: no this isn't trolling