Firefox 10 final now available.

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  1. vasa1

    vasa1 Registered Member

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    Here you go
     
  2. vasa1

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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.
     
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    Dagnabbit! :mad: 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:
    FCL
    People: Firefox 11 is here.
    Me: But ice cream doesn't have any bones.

    :argh:
     
  4. Hungry Man

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    I'd love to see a Rust Firefox with sandboxing.
     
  5. vasa1

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    Daveski has competition o_O
     
  6. Daveski17

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    That's an interesting bug, I can't say that I've noticed it though.
     
  7. Daveski17

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    And I used to wonder why Firefox is losing users to Chrome ... :rolleyes:
     
  8. Daveski17

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    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.
     
  9. Hungry Man

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    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.
     
  10. Daveski17

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    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). :D

    I was just curios if anyone in the US had got the proposed Firefox fix yet.
     
  11. xxJackxx

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    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...
     
  12. Daveski17

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    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*
     
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    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.
     
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    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.
     
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    Firefox updated to 10.0.1. Does this fix the cursor bug?
     
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    It seems like they fixed it. I haven't been able to repicate the flash cursor bug.
     
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    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'.
     
  18. mantra

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    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


    thanks
    cheers
     
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    Mozilla Firefox release 10.0.1

    http://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/10.0.1/releasenotes/
     
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    Merged Threads to Continue Same Topic.
     
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