Discussion in 'other software & services' started by guest, Jan 31, 2012.
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Why not! There's not any worry on the add-on front either. Chrome will be my fall-back and not my primary because of this.
Dagnabbit! Why don't they just rewrite Firefox from scratch already. They're shelving the only feature I had been really looking forward to.
After checking my Future Chat Log I noticed the following:
People: Firefox 11 is here.
Me: But ice cream doesn't have any bones.
I'd love to see a Rust Firefox with sandboxing.
Daveski has competition
That's an interesting bug, I can't say that I've noticed it though.
And I used to wonder why Firefox is losing users to Chrome ...
Has anyone Stateside received the Chemspill update yet? I always seem to get 'patch Tuesday' on a Wednesday this side of the pond. Apparently it can almost take a day for all of those electrons to travel 5000 kilometres across the Atlantic lol.
Are you taking time zones into account? I believe they're usually released according to Washington (Where MS is based) time at some point in the day.
That must be where I am going wrong, I was thinking that they were in Pacific time.
I automatically assume most things are based in California (Silicon Valley?) ... must be an English thing (most English people probably assume everything computer-wise comes from California).
I was just curios if anyone in the US had got the proposed Firefox fix yet.
Yes, Windows updates are released at 10:00 am Pacific time. Which means on the east coast I don't see them until 1:00 pm. The farther east you are, the later they come...
I think that I am five hours behind you, depending on Daylight Saving Time. We're in GMT at the moment. Or is that five hours ahead? *scratches head*
I guess that would be 5 hours ahead. 5 hours later in any case. So I assume you would get Windows updates at 6:00 pm on patch Tuesdays.
Yeah, you'd think. Although I seem to get them on Wednesday mornings. I'm guessing that the download mirrors are staggered/phased in some way.
Anyway, I've just got the Fx 10.0.1 chemspill release & it seems fine (touch wood).
EDIT: I've just given SeaMonkey 2.8 beta 2 for a spin & it doesn't have the flash/java cursor bug as far as I can tell.
Firefox updated to 10.0.1. Does this fix the cursor bug?
It seems like they fixed it. I haven't been able to repicate the flash cursor bug.
Yes, I haven't been able to replicate it either. Also it is working properly with FlashBlock as well. When I opened my iGoogle page, not only did I suffer from the cursor bug, the flash wouldn't automatically run on one of my widgets, even though I had definitely clicked 'Allow Flash from this site'.
is there a working feature like opera or chrome next page ?
or working extension? i tried some but not working like opera or chrome
i tried one but it doesn't work good like opera built in (with mouse gesture or space key) and chrome with mouse gesture
FYI. Mozilla Firefox, Portable Edition 10.0.1 (web browser) Released for PA Platform users, courtesy of PortableApps.com.
Mozilla Firefox release 10.0.1
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