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Iceweasel is a rebranding of Mozilla Firefox. It is essentially Firefox but without the non-free components such as images and plug-ins. The rebranding is currently taking place as two independent projects. One is part of the Gnuzilla project, a GNU project to provide versions of Mozilla programs using entirely free software. The other is a ...
It's not a font error - it looks the pretty much the same in Safari on my Mac. The text is stylized with a tag and the browser is doing its best to render the sans-serif font called in the CSS stylesheet. In Firefox, bring up the Inspector panel (Control-Shift-I) and you can see the HTML element properties for each section on the page.
Since mixing Debiand and Ubuntu is not generally recommended, I've tried (and succeded) to do it manually. The Iceweasel package details page (http://packages.debian.org/squeeze/iceweasel) has links to download pages for different architectures, as well as a list of dependencies and suggested packages. In my case, I go to the i386 architecture download ...
You have to move your mouse cursor to the top panel. When hovering the panel a menu will appear, click on history and then choose "Restore previous session". Alternatively you can use the Ubuntu HUD function. To use HUD, you have to have a Firefox window selected, then press the ALT key and type "SESSION". Again chose "Restore previous session". That ...
Synaptic is a graphical interface for Aptitude, the package manager in Ubuntu/Linux. It provides a listing of available software packages that are available to download and install from the repositories listed in your Software Sources. Synaptic is less intimidating to use than apt-get in a Terminal interface for users not used to dealing with the command ...
Chrome published a very limited list of command line switches. With Chromium we are more sure. Try to search this list: http://peter.sh/experiments/chromium-command-line-switches/ the --ash-host-window-bounds and --force-device-scale-factor switches looks promising, but you should elaborate on that.
It sounds suspiciously like you've inadvertently set your browser's proxy setting to localhost:80. Certainly worth a check. Some options: Look at the settings Try another browser Try something command line with verbose output: wget -SO/dev/null http://www.sky.com/ You're looking for successful connections (and more importantly, where it's connecting). ...
This can happen if your using LiveReload or something like it to auto load dev sites. Disable your extensions and try again. Also check your hosts file to make sure your not doing something silly, and if you have enabled the "slow your network down to test real access to slower pages" 'adjustments' make sure you turn them off.
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