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[TT] What staple software do you use?
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about:config, set browser.backspace_action to 0
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Thank you! I will set about doing just that!

Have you tried Vivaldi?
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Oh sure, but I find Frankie Valli better for picking up chicks.
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(08-30-2016, 07:10 AM)Oedipussy Rex Wrote: about:config, set browser.backspace_action to 0

Huzzah!

Much obliged.

The only line that ever worked for me with chicks was, "Look, see up there, that's the constellation Orion." Suddenly I was smart to them. Nevermind it was the only one I knew.

You could always try the Otter browser but this one works fine.
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(08-31-2016, 03:08 AM)Oedipussy Rex Wrote: Oh sure, but I find Frankie Valli better for picking up chicks.

You baroque the joke with a falsetto statement.
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So Xubuntu has changed their default software. Again. Made for some interesting changes to my post-install script. For instance, mcomix is no longer in the repositories, so I had to download the source code from an old repository and compile it. Other changes include using atril instead of evince and changing to engrampa for extracting zipped files, but that's all stuff that's behind the scenes, if you will.
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I use Plex a lot now and complain about it (and FreeNAS) with regularity. Actually do all my important stuff with Internet Explorer. Of course I continue to use an obsolete version of QuickBooks Easystart and often wonder if I should upgrade to something..... Simply Accounting? Slowly moving my machines from OpenOffice to LibreOffice. I haven't popped on my Linux laptop in quite awhile. Sort oif forgot about it, and it's my newest machine!

On my KeyOne (which I probably use more than any computer.... Well maybe the old Mac since it's my media machine attached to my TV. All it does is stream media, poorly.

Back to my KeyOne...

Browser = Opera Touch
Communication = BlackBerry Messenger (and seriously, if you can't install this, I don't need to hear from you that badly, unless you're my mother and I'll take your "Whatsapp" message you texted by mistake.
Budgeting = YNAB Classic
Accuweather
Soundhound
Google Docs..... Not because I want to.... Not sure what else to use.
Orbot, because, why not? Tor network, yay. :|
crappy Android Photos app
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#18
So Let's see what's changed:

All Devices
Dropbox
Opera Flow

W7 Desktop
Internet Explorer
Wordpad
Libre Office 4 (just downloaded it, was using OpenOffice 2)
Mozilla Thunderbird
QuickBooks Easystart 2006
GoG (Battletech and HuniePop)
Steam (Eastside Hockey Manager)
Snipping Tool
Calculator
Trend Micro AV (egads it's crap, but I got a free license)

W7 Laptop
OpenOffice 3.0
Microsoft Expression Web 4

OpenSUSE/W10 laptop
I haven't used it in some time but will probably start again now that I'm writing more often.

MacBook Pro 2010 (High Sierra)
Opera (because Safari can't run Silverlight anymore)
Plex Server

BlackBerry KeyOne
BlackBerry Hub (all the time - it's the communications centre of my life)
BlackBerry Messenger (primary means of communication)
Photos (cause - what  choice do I have?)
Opera Touch (works better than Chrome or DuckDuckGo although I use the DuckDuckGo search engine)
Google Docs (sort of persnickety but again, what real choice do I have)
BlackBerry Contacts
Canadiens (NHL) App
Google Maps (not as good as BlackBerry maps but it's updated at least)
Gentle Wakeup (because nothing built into Android actually works)
Tunnels & Trolls Adventures (learned that your stats are everything, screw roleplaying)
TV Cast (Samsung)
Memoria Freese
Calculator
Gasbuddy
Plex (solely to cast my iTunes to a Bluetooth speaker in the backyard)
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