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You can obtain a full list of browsers in the repos by searching for what "provides" the www-browser task. That is most simple with aptitude: aptitude search '~Pwww-browser' The list current from my computer (which has some PPAs —notably Chrome— installed) stands at: arora, chimera2, chromium-browser, dillo, dwb, elinks, epiphany-browser, firefox, ...


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The following can be found in the Software Centre. They can also be installed with apt-get. Only the free ones have screenshots, and they were the only ones I tested. All the others I gave a rating out of 5. Summary: The top 3 browsers (in my opinion) are Chromium (and Google Chrome), Firefox and Midori. Chromium Command line is chromium-browser ...


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As far as I understoond, any browser suits you. So I would recommend you Pentadactyl – an extension for Firefox. Besides vi-like keybindings for browsing / navigation and lots of attendant features, it also provides both possibilities, you’ve asked. External editor for textareas and textboxes, which is GVim by default, can be launched by <C-i>. ...


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If you do not mind having a second window opening, the right option is It's all text extension. I have it configured to use gVim, and when a TEXTAREA appears, you can see a little button under it and clicking on it will let you use your favorite editor.


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Ok, I solved the problem with a script that generates a thumbnail database. ImageMagick must be installed for the script to run. The script requires two arguments specifying a Source photo path and a Target path. It recursively searches Source for JPG files and generates correctly oriented thumbnails with user-defined width and quality (just change JPG to ...


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Edit: This is apparently not going to solve this problem, according to @ ElefantPhace. I am not familiar with that app (or the language), so I answered blindly. /EndEdit You can find out what the default file manager is by issuing the following command at a bash command prompt: xdg-mime query default inode/directory If nautilus is the default, it ...


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Try resetting Firefox... Try the links given below. Reset Firefox to its default state Firefox Slow/Hangs


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It's not obvious from your screenshot which browser you use, but in Chrome I zoom in to about 175% to have things "fit to size". How far you need to zoom is dependent on your resolution, size of the monitor, the website itself, etc.: If you use Firefox: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/font-size-and-zoom-increase-size-of-web-pages If you use Chrome: ...



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