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how to integrate Firefox into KDE

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flying sheep wrote:i think you want this: firefox-kde PPA

it should be basically for ubuntu what firefox-kde-opensuse is for arch users (and for OpenSUSE users, of course ;))

i alrady have firefox 29 installed and i make some customization,,i add a lot off bookmarks and add-ons... and i dont wont to lose al that just becose a file picker..ok??
now: what is firefox-kde ?? -quoting link above:
"You can update your system with unsupported packages from this untrusted PPA by adding ppa:blue-shell/firefox-kde to your system's Software Sources"
whay is untrusted?? it cann posibly damage my system???


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"unsupported" & "untrusted" regarding PPAs are those that are not created nor supported by the (K)Ubuntu team(s), they were created and made available by a 3rd party.


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google01103 wrote:"unsupported" & "untrusted" regarding PPAs are those that are not created nor supported by the (K)Ubuntu team(s), they were created and made available by a 3rd party.

ok..thanks for reply :D I appreciate that..
but i hawe many custum kde themes add-ons in my firefox..
so if i install a firefox-kde will i be able to set and use that themes ,,or i will must use a kde-deafult theme???
i ask bcose a Rekonq use a KDE themes and colors ,,and i dont wont to firefox use it too,i just wont a KDE file picker...


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I don't see why there'd be an issue but as I don't use Kubuntu I don't know. you could always backup your FF folder (~/.mozilla) and test it

Your biggest concern might be that the customized themes you have won't be compatible with FF 29 (assuming you aren't running it yet)

Remember Rekonq is a KDE app and thus uses the std colors and themes like all KDE apps


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ok..thanks for asistance :D
i will add the ppa and install tonight or tomorow
btw i use FF 29 last 20 days..


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adnanjusic wrote:ok..thanks for asistance :D
i will add the ppa and install tonight or tomorow
btw i use FF 29 last 20 days..

then it should only feel and behave like a regular firefox upgrade.
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Re: how to integrate Firefox into KDE

Mon May 19, 2014 10:14 pm
i just install firefox-kde-support - folowing this instructions: https://launchpad.net/~blue-shell/+archive/firefox-kde
and now my Firefox use KDE file dialog just like any other app on my system ,
thats wery cool indeed :)


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Yesterday is started a discussion for the integration of kde in firefox in the mozilla mailing list.
the discussion https://mail.mozilla.org/pipermail/fire ... 01940.html
i've written a post with an analysis of the current state :-)
http://www.mte90.net/2014/07/firefox-an ... ime-to-act


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Thunderbird also needs some love. Right now it's not showing anything in the system tray when the new mail arrives for example.
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I am on Manajro with the opensuse patches. My add on bar si not showing. Any ideas?


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@ Xplorer4x4

Sorry, no idea. Perhaps you should try the manjaro forum to see whether this particular add-on. Also, what is an si bar?


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toad wrote:@ Xplorer4x4

Sorry, no idea. Perhaps you should try the manjaro forum to see whether this particular add-on. Also, what is an si bar?

Sorry typo, meant to say is. Never said bar though. ;) As for the manjaro forums...as soon as my account is activated. Just figuered I would try here first. It should be a simillar fix as arch but google shows no similar reports. Maybe it's because the global menu package wont install?


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lol :)

You got a screenshot of what you mean?


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