And what about Nautilus...
I was surprised to find no mention of Eazel's
Nautilus in this discussion. It also uses the
attractive gecko, but has the added utility of
eazel's services, and a nice file browser to boot.
I was hesitant to use nautilus (I was afraid it
would be too "smurfy"), but I have been pleasantly
surprised with a functional, useful browser! And
for a beta, it is relatively quick.
I see the benefit in mozilla's own widget set...
but it really bugs me to see some nasty looking
browser in the middle of my slick desktop. (No I
don't want to download a theme made to look like
my gtk theme!) Why is it sometimes I see gtk
scrollbars (in list boxes) and yet the page is
still only scrollable with the mozilla scrollbars?
Is there a way to get mozilla, galeon, nautilus,
or anyone else for that matter to use a specific
email client when you click on a link? I happen
to really like evolution and would like to see it
become the standard for the gnome desktop... but I
don't want to have to copy an email address and
paste it into evolution every time I could
otherwise just click on a link!