Firefox 3.5 at midnight?

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  1. qhn

    qhn Notebook User

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    I hope that it will be more than just no flash :D

    But yes, FF is getting more compact and self reliant

    cheers ...
     
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    davepermen Notebook Nobel Laureate

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    well, it's a opensource openstandard licencefree webvideo standard.

    that is something, but not much in itself :) still great.

    and the videos don't crash trough proxies, as flash still does :)

    i can't wait for the day where i don't need any adobe product on my system anymore :)

    as at most hack'a'day contests, they always exploit windows trough some adobe products :)
     
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    Now this is a grand idea, a portable PDF reader built into the browser. Keep your brain going davepermen ...

    cheers ...
     
  4. AKAJohnDoe

    AKAJohnDoe Mime with Tourette's

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    Help/About has said "3.5" with no RC notation since RC2, including RC3 (or RC4, depending upon how they are counted), as downloaded directly from Mozilla.
     
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    or just click "show as html" in google :) doesn't really work for local pdfs.. but even then, no need for a pdf reader from adobe.. :)
     
  6. qhn

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    I hardly use Adobe until lately with its 9 version, been using FoxitReader all this time. But I notice that FoxitReader is having some issue lately with Vista and W7.

    But if FF can deliver with a built-in pdf-reader in the future it will be great.

    cheers ...
     
  7. Slaughterhouse

    Slaughterhouse Knock 'em out!

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    Downloading it off the Firefox site now.
     
  8. Matt is Pro

    Matt is Pro I'm a PC, so?

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    Just installed. I must say, it's pretty snappy.
     
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    crash NBR Assassin

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    Updated to 3.5 this morning. There are a few nice cosmetic changes and it feels a bit snappier, but it could just be the placebo effect. I'll need more time using it to really determine that.
     
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    mew1838 Team Teal

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    It seems faster to me :)
     
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