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Oct 06, 2006, 10:30 (2 Talkback[s])

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"I've recently moved to Epiphany, GNOME's official web browser. I used to use Mozilla Firefox, but I never really liked it, and always fought with it, especially when used on Linux. However, since the whole 'waa waa' scandal made by Mozilla about the usage (or lack) of the official Firefox icon, since it was trademarked and not included in many distros, I politically decided to switch to a browser which in the end resulted in being even better than my old one, one over which Diego had nagged me over the last few months. After a couple of hours of small problems while my brain was adjusting, I got out with a better browsing experience than the one I had when using Firefox.

"Epiphany, or Ephy, uses the Gecko engine to render pages, so it has the same accuracy than Mozilla or Firefox, provided it is a version which uses the Gecko 1.8 engine..."

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