Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 21st Mar 2008 22:21 UTC
Mozilla & Gecko clones A new version of Mozilla's popular Firefox Web browser is ready for download with improved security and memory use as the tiny company takes a stab at Microsoft's dominant Internet Explorer. The program's creators told Reuters on Thursday that the privately-held company's trial version of Firefox 3 browser is ready for the masses to use after months of development.
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RE: Then why am I STILL using IE?!?
by lemur2 on Sun 23rd Mar 2008 10:03 UTC in reply to "Then why am I STILL using IE?!?"
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I swear, first thing I attempted to use Firefox 3b4 for was to edit the welcome page on one of my Google Groups. It worked slightly better than FF 3b2 in that it at least rendered the controls, but still didn't work properly.

So here I am, using IE to edit my Google Group.

So ready for Prime Time? Not sure.

Your issue is with the Google Groups editing page, not with Firefox.

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raver31 Member since:

Don't be silly, the problem "must" be with Firefox, in the same way that Linux sucks because it will not run Dreamweaver

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