After a recent
apt-get dist-upgrade I noticed that I'm using Firefox/Iceweasel 2.0 now.
Which is nice and all, but it doesn't really fit my way of browsing and TAB-handling. I always have lots of TABs open simultaneously. And by lots I mean 100-600. I'm not kidding. Firefox 2.0 changed TAB sizes and behaviour which makes it completely unusable for me.
A quickfix to make it at least bearable:
about:configin the URL bar.
browser.tabs.tabMinWidth default integer 100
A lot better now...
Now I need an extention which provides me with a scrollbar for the TAB-bar, I cannot click 200 times just to move to a TAB which is 200 TABs away from the current one...
Yes, that's that awesome text-mode editor your geeky friends keep telling you about, the one that many people use since many years and still haven't explored more than 20% of its features . I'm well aware that if you're a vim user you probably have already heard about it, but I'm blogging the news here one more time, just in case ;-)
I think the most interesting new features for me will be tabs, omni-completion, and "browsing remote directories, zip and tar archives" from within vim (no need to fire up mc anymore). A more complete list of new features is available in the release announcement.
 Emacs users are allowed to start flaming now...
 Now, this may sound like I'm talking about Emacs here, but I'm actually not ;-)