Mozilla Firefox 3.5.6 Released

Discussion in 'other software & services' started by Thankful, Dec 15, 2009.

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  1. Thankful

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    I guess the Dutch version is a bit later... No update yet, says Firefox when I control if there is a new version.
     
  3. Logos

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    @ the OP: might be, but the latest nightly of 3.56 is dated from dec 2 ... and 3.55 is still offered on the main site,so still waiting for something more official here ;)
     
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    no, nothing here either on a US version ;)
     
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    now it's released officially
     
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    these 64 bit builds are not from Mozilla; yeah, it's OpenSource so why not if it runs well...same in Linux, Mozilla 64 bit builds found in repos are not from Mozilla. Be aware you'll need a 64 bit flash player plugin, and as far as I know there's only one for Linux (from Adobe labs, at alpha stage for ages, but works well).
     
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    hxxp://wiki.mozilla-x86-64.com/images/Firefox-3.5.6.en-US.win64.installer.zip ~ Removed Direct Link - See Firefox Download page ~

    njoy
     
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    korben, so you know, I removed the direct link in your post above, providing the respective program download page. You did correctly in your post #7.

    It's always best to give visitors the chance to see what they are about to download before they click. Sometimes people don't read, they click on a link and are startled when something tries to download. Keep that in mind for the future. Thanks!

    JR
     
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    Installed yesterday only to see a notice: you're using alpha, what the heck with x64? is it stable as the usual mozilla release or not or what?
     
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