New Iron-Version: 9.0.600.0 Stable for Windows

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  1. Daveski17

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    Yes, the 'same old, same old' rhetoric of the delusionally paranoid ... o_O

    Anyway, I wouldn't take much notice of anyone who can't tell the difference between the adjective their & the pronoun/plural present indicative auxiliary contractive they're!


    "Unless we check the thousands of lines of source code every time a new version is released, how do we know their not slipping in their own backdoor? " o_O
     
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    Hosting the project on SourceForge is a good idea... More openness would deflect some of the criticism and hopefully give the project more credibility.
     
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    Maybe ... maybe they've got nothing to hide. I don't see why so many people are getting their knickers in a twist over this. The German government criticised Google & the SRWare Iron blokes saw a niche in the market. I've been using it for a couple of years & the only thing that bothers me about it is that it can be a tad buggy at times. It has Google, Bing & Ask Jeeves as default browser options anyway.

    I should complain I suppose as it cost me so many spondoolies .... Oh, hang on a bit ... it didn't! :cool: ;) :thumb: o_O
     
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    has anyone noticed using chrome browsers sometimes images wont appear. It happens really often much more than other browsers
     
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    Lot of redundancy here, Prof?
     
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    Yes, this is true. That's why SeaMonkey was invented I think. ;)
     
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    I prefer tautological. ;) :D :cool:
     
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    What got me all impressed was "delusionally paranoid". (My spellchecker doesn't like delusionally but ...)

    I was under the obviously misguided impression that paranoia was a form of delusion. But now I know better ;) . FYI, there was a recent display elsewhere if you've been watchfully observant.

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    I dunno, maybe they really are all out to get me ... o_O ;)
     
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    Thanks Daveski17 for update :thumb:
     
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    Yeah, this was a quick one even for them. It does show that they are on the ball though! ;)
     
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    +1 for good old copy pasta!
     
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    I think it's a security fix. It's just a bit of a pain having to c & p Fanboy's Adblock list back into Iron's adblock file after every update. It's bad enough on one computer, but when you have more than that it is a bit tedious having to disable the UAC & re-booting. :(
     
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    I dunno whether these blokes are on the ball or ~ Snipped as per TOS ~ ... ;)

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    LOL! Possibly Offensive Clever Phrase Removed - JRViejo

    Sorry JRViejo, I thought I was using the polite way of saying it. In England the phrase I originally put is often a polite way for another common phrase in the UK. It is difficult to explain humour to Americans though. They must have a sense of humour (somewhere). I think the nearest the English phrase would be to an American phrase of similar meaning would be 'taking the Mickey'. I suppose you have to have some knowledge of British culture to appreciate our often colourful idiom.
     
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    Dave what addon or extension you use to display the bookmark on the same linetahn the wrench tool
     
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    I'm not sure what you mean. I use the bookmarking toolbar. I think in the wrench/spanner originally it says 'Always Show Toolbar'. If you open the bookmark manager you can drag & drop the 'star' (Bookmark Manager) icon into the bookmarking toolbar.
     
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    No danger of an oxymoron there? ;)
     
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    I don't know why, & straying slightly off-topic, you have just reminded me of that joke about Canada. Canada should have inherited French culture, British government & American know-how. Instead, it got American culture, French government & British know-how! ;)

    Anyway, without using any colourful idiom, it seems the SRWare chaps have returned to the NINE bookmarked speed dial. Hence this release. I'm not sure why they have changed their mind about this.
     
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    Dave see this link..with pictures,this is what i mean
    the example for xp don't work anymore.

    Code:
    http://www.chromeplugins.org/google/chrome-tips-tricks/adding-bookmark-button-your-toolbar-windows-9370.html
     
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