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GNOME focuses on accessibility -- with a little help from Mozilla and others

Posted by: Anonymous [ip: 77.191.136.79] on February 28, 2008 03:08 PM
"Not only will Firefox 3 be the first release of the popular browser to use XulRunner as its back end, but upcoming releases of GNOME-based distros such as Fedora and Ubuntu are expected to install XulRunner by default as well"

Interesting since openSUSE is installing XULRunner by default since version 10.1.

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