Linked by Adam S on Tue 4th Nov 2008 14:33 UTC, submitted by techsin
Mozilla & Gecko clones Developers have proposed an out-of-the-world browsing experience for Mozilla Firefox 4. Here is a user who peeks into those features and gives us insight. Taragana.com looks at Mozilla initiatives that might make it into Firefox 4.
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RE[3]: FF 4
by thewolf on Thu 6th Nov 2008 03:22 UTC in reply to "RE[2]: FF 4"
thewolf
Member since:
2007-12-27

I never need rich content - as a matter of fact, I hate rich content.


Then prepare to be left behind. But honestly I don't believe you, it's such a stupid statement in the first place.

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RE[4]: FF 4
by sargek on Fri 7th Nov 2008 02:08 in reply to "RE[3]: FF 4"
sargek Member since:
2007-07-12

Removed.

Edited 2008-11-07 02:09 UTC

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RE[4]: FF 4
by klimg on Fri 7th Nov 2008 09:30 in reply to "RE[3]: FF 4"
klimg Member since:
2007-08-03

Whats stupid about the statement?

All that crap just plain sucks if you are in a bandwidth limited situation and just want to read the news while waiting to load 1 or 2 mb of 'rich' content which is normally ads or leading right to them.

Drives me crazy on my cell - got to pay bandwidth and kill the battery at the same time to look at BS.

I would kill for a browser like Dillo on my cell.

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