Message from discussion XULRunner on OS X, Why is not supported?
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Subject: Re: XULRunner on OS X, Why is not supported?
From: Simon Kornblith <si...@simonster.com>
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On Nov 8, 3:46=A0pm, richardson.balca...@gmail.com wrote:
> I was just reading the effort of installing "open web apps" locally, I'm =
assuming the strategy shift that I'm talking about is that Mozilla is betti=
ng on Firefox as their application framework, that would make sense not to =
support Xulrunner anymore.
> I would like to see how could one use the native stuff like platform spec=
ific stuff (Cocoa for example) on this "open web apps". Don't get me wrong =
I love Web technologies but an HTML TAB is never going to feel the same as =
the OS Native TAB.
If by TAB you mean the UI element (and not the soft drink, or
something else), then I think it's worth pointing out that, on OS X,
the tabs in your Firefox window aren't native. They are XUL stylized
to look like native tabs (CSS at
There's nothing preventing you from stylizing HTML the same way.