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silveryHello. Got a question about JavaScript in Fireox 4 beta 11: Is it possible to remove "blur effect" from javascript alert(), prompt() and confirm() funtions??06:55
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ftajcastro, about a11y, what about other apps using webkit in main?17:37
jcastrono clue17:39
micahgyelp is now using webkit, and I think TheMuso is working on a11y17:39
ftaliferea, shotwell, etc17:39
chrisccoulsonwe put off updating yelp to the webkit version for that reason, but we've only updated now because the gecko version became too much of a pain to maintain ourselves17:40
ftawhy chromium should be treated differently from those?17:40
chrisccoulsonwhy is liferea in main? :/17:41
jcastroyeah really17:41
micahgchrisccoulson: edubuntu17:42
chrisccoulsonmicahg, edubuntu-meta is in universe17:42
micahgoh, in that case, I guess they forgot to kick liferea out when they did that for Lucid :)17:43
chrisccoulsonit should have happened automatically17:43
chrisccoulsonso there must be something else pulling it in17:43
chrisccoulsonbut i can't see what ;)17:43
micahgdvd seed17:44
* micahg is about to file removal request #2 for gjs17:45
chrisccoulsonmicahg - did you talk to didrocks about it?17:46
micahgoh, forgot that :)17:46
* micahg goes to find him17:46
chrisccoulsonhe was concerned that people think we're sabotaging gnome-shell on ubuntu ;)17:46
micahgchrisccoulson: that's why I had seb send out that e-mail last month17:47
micahgI was worried about it too17:47
ftagrrr; i hate compiz. i can't shift+del something selected on my desktop when there's a window in the workspace18:09
* sebner waves18:10
sebnerchrisccoulson: TB opens links in Firefox not correct. it because "http://www.%u.com/", is this a TB problem? I guess the problem is that TB is not really integrated into gnome as I also can't set it in Preferred Apps18:11
chrisccoulsonsebner, there's already a bug report for that18:11
sebnerchrisccoulson: really? I couldn't find it :\ nvm :)18:11
sebnerchrisccoulson: ah found it :), but TB is supposed to be set-able in Preferred Apps right?18:14
jcastrofta: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/nmgdlkljbfeeinemfljcbmnkmbeligmn#18:16
chrisccoulsonsebner, yes, that's another bug though18:16
chrisccoulsonsebner, i will fix them at some point, but i'm currently wasting all of my time trying to get things like google-gadgets to build against the latest libmozjs18:20
chrisccoulsonit feels like i'm wasting my time anyway ;)18:20
sebnerchrisccoulson: heh, np. I'm seeing this bugs quite a while now and I just thought about prodding you today out of curiosity :)18:22
ftajcastro, doesn't seem to work (ch 11)19:02
jcastrofta: he's just gotten it reviewed so he's working on it pretty heavily tonight. I just wanted to show it to you19:03
ftaoh my, compiz crashed but didn't restart19:12
ftajcastro, anyone working on a cpu/load indicator? netspeed indicator?19:25
jcastronot sure offhand19:26
ftawhy do i get "Recents" when i click on "Files & Folders"19:28
ftait's slow19:28
Dimmuxxis it just a lack of time or is there something wrong with ff4 b11 since -next isn't updated?19:31
chrisccoulsonDimmuxx, lack of time19:31
Dimmuxxokay, time for b12 soon anyways ;)19:32
micahgDimmuxx: sorry, I started preparing that this morning19:32
DimmuxxI wonder how 5 will look in linux since they don't really seem to care about linux any longer, a lot of ui bugs in 4.  http://areweprettyyet.com/5/desktopApps/#19:35
Dimmuxxgnome 3/gtk3 will support changing stuff in the title bar right?19:36
chrisccoulsonDimmuxx, no, gtk3 has no support for that19:41
chrisccoulsonand mozilla do care about linux, not sure where you got that from19:41
Dimmuxxthe ui bugs with patches that haven't been touched for 4+ months19:44
Dimmuxxso maybe they care but not enought imho19:44
Dimmuxxhttps://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=614692 & https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=57248219:45
ubot2Mozilla bug 614692 in Theme "Application menu is not correctly natively themed under Linux" [Normal,Assigned]19:45
Dimmuxxhttps://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=585370#c4 suggests that gtk3 would support drawing widgets in the titlebar but maybe it was dropped then :/19:46
ubot2Mozilla bug 585370 in General "Implement the Firefox button on Linux" [Normal,Resolved: fixed]19:47
chrisccoulsonDimmuxx, well, in the first bug, the second patch has been rejected19:47
chrisccoulsonand the contributor never submitted a new patch to review19:47
chrisccoulsonso i think you're being a bit unfair there19:47
chrisccoulsonthe second bug doesn't even seem to have a patch19:47
Dimmuxxah so review- means that it wasn't approved?19:47
chrisccoulsoni'm not going to look at the others, i've got way to much to do already19:48
DimmuxxI didn't notice the - so sorry about that19:49
chrisccoulsongenerally, IME patches get reviewed quite quickly if you follow the correct process19:50
chrisccoulson(ie, request a review when you attach the patch)19:51
chrisccoulsonfta - breakpad in chromium has this patch doesn't it? http://code.google.com/p/google-breakpad/source/detail?r=67321:23
chrisccoulsoni just saw your e-mail21:23
ftachrisccoulson, yes it does. ch uses breakpad r76021:35
chrisccoulsonhmmm :/21:35
ftachrisccoulson, it works for chrome so it's not breakpad itself. it's most probably some code protected inside a ifdef googlechrome block21:37
ftahttp://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=72749 *sigh*21:38
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