Mozilla may have officially dropped the Firefox 3.7 name in December, but that hasn’t stopped the open source web troupe pushing out a first alpha of the browser for brave testers to tinker with. Firefox 3.7 Alpha 1 isn’t for public consumption; instead it’s Mozilla’s first build of the next incarnation of its browser - even …
Where is the Opera 10.50 BETA news.
Not early pre-alpha Firefix crap.
Give it a rest
No one cares. Posting this from Opera and trying to squeeze out the same functionality I get from Firefox. Seriously, I don't know how you guys live with this POS.
Great. Perhaps now it'll support the built-in OSX features like Narrator, the dictionary and Services that Safari has had since about 1973.
"Great. Perhaps now it'll support the built-in OSX features like Narrator, the dictionary and Services that Safari has had since about 1973."
I'd like to know what kind of paper you ran you browser on... Did Xerox copy your ideas?
Was it only because
Firefox 3.1 is late = call it Firefox 3.5 instead? That's... a pity.
Will the new version:
- Stop shifting the whole bloody page up an inch, just after it finishes loading? I'm fed up thinking the page has loaded and then clicking on the wrong link as the bloody thing shifts up.
- Actually follow links that I click on, instead of sitting there pretending I never clicked on anything?
- Stop being so bloody slow at every bloody thing I ever ask it to bloody do? I mean, it's nice to have a pretty 'persona' to stare at while it clunks away in a decidedly Internet Explorer-y kind of way but I'd rather have a faster web experience.
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