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<div class="moz-cite-prefix">On 27/03/2017 22:54, Matt Harris wrote:<br>
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type="cite">My daily version opens <a moz-do-not-send="true"
In the English version it looks like <br>
If you are seeing something else, it is a bug.<br>
My understanding is that the redirects that date back to Mozilla
messaging were lost or not updated in the migration. I also
believe that they are being updated. It may also be an issue that
some localized information is hard coded by the localizers and
some is left to the smarts of the web site to detect. <br>
Looks great, but opens in s browser window (Earlybird 50.0a2). As
long as we still have Gecko on board I would really prefer this in a
content tab (fully integrated with the tabbed browsing experience).
What is the general thrust are we still embracing that we have the
browser on board for displaying online information or should the
move be away from that and trust that the user prefers his browser?<br>