Linked by David Adams on Wed 7th Jul 2010 19:36 UTC, submitted by fran
Mozilla & Gecko clones Firefox 4 Beta (version 1) considered to be stable and safe to use for daily web browsing, though the features and content may change before the final product release.
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RE: No flash in 64-bit
by Maners on Wed 7th Jul 2010 21:30 UTC in reply to "No flash in 64-bit"
Maners
Member since:
2005-07-26

It can do it through a 3rd party plugin called NSPluginwrapper

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RE[2]: No flash in 64-bit
by theosib on Thu 8th Jul 2010 00:50 in reply to "RE: No flash in 64-bit"
theosib Member since:
2006-03-02

That's fine for Linux, but what about MacOS? Of course, Mozilla has always put Mac support on the back burner. Still can't use Firefox without running down my battery -- it prevents the computer from going to sleep after a period of inactivity. This bug has been in the database for a LONG time with no attention.

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RE[3]: No flash in 64-bit
by nt_jerkface on Thu 8th Jul 2010 04:40 in reply to "RE[2]: No flash in 64-bit"
nt_jerkface Member since:
2009-08-26

Mozilla should just drop the Mac version entirely.

I can't believe how many bugs I came across that were FF/Mac specific. You'd think the rendering engine would be consistent across platforms but...not really. I came across other bug reports from people who assumed that testing in FF/Windows meant it would work fine in FF/OSX. Mozilla really treats the OSX version as second rate.

Oh and with the same ajax project Chrome had zero cross-platform issues. Chrome was just a pleasure to work with. IE8 wasn't a big deal either.

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