Firefox 3.5.4 update

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  1. tgell

    tgell Registered Member

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    For Windows: Not posted on website yet.

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  2. dcrowe0050

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    its not posted because the update is being beta tested
     
  3. acuariano

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    something wrong with it..
     
  4. tgell

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    I went to MajorGeeks and downloaded firefox 3.5.4 with a release date shown of Oct 27. I did a md5 verify with 3.5.4 that I downloaded from the ftp link in my previous post and the hashes were the same. So, I am assuming that MajorGeeks would not release a beta. I deleted the ftp link.

    http://majorgeeks.com/download.php?det=2248
     
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  5. prius04

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    It's not a beta; it's an RC (build 3).

    I've been using it as my primary browser and it's working just fine.

    FWIW......
     
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    Isn't there supposed to be some Flash bug fix with this or something?
     
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    It's on auto-update now.
     
  9. Triple Helix

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    Got it Thanks!

    TH
     
  10. acuariano

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    what about the memory leaks...was this fixed?
     
  11. acuariano

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    hey guys do w still have to get rid of the drm from microsoft..
    i haven't run firefox in a while,,but i saw the threads about it
     

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  12. dcrowe0050

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    yes your right its an rc I had saw a couple of links that siad Beta but the one I downloaded from Mozilla was not. Sorry bout that and it is working great here
     
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    installed and working fine here.:)
     
  14. acuariano

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    do we have to remove the 2 "microsoft DRM thing" like picture i posted.
     
  15. acuariano

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    does anybody know?...been asking in another forum but have not answer yet.
     
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  17. acuariano

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    jrviejo...thanks for the links.like 2 of then have no conclusion,,,i posted at mozzila forum.
    and at least one member Gingerbread man answer this :
    Hi,

    If you want to disable any plug-in, simply select it and click the Disable button. You don't have to disable the Microsoft DRM plug-in. It's used for playing Windows Media content protected by Digital Rights Management.

    what i stil wonder if firefox let another installed without notification.
    hope......no yahoo toolbar..lol!!!!!!!!
     
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