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Firefox Might Finally Be Moving Closer To Better KDE Integration

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For KDE desktop users unhappy with the level of integration with Mozilla's Firefox web browser, the situation might finally be changing.

There's been a bug going back to early 2002 about properly integrating Mozilla with KDE, "Mozilla has 'Windows Integration' on win32, I believe it should have such a thing on KDE as well (gnome folks, feel free to file your own bug). We should at least provide an icon in the KDE menu, perhaps we could even tell KDE that some file types can be opened with Mozilla..." That bug, Mozilla Bug 140751, has been open for the past twelve years and finally now might be inching closer to being resolved.

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