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[*] Post 339178 posted on 10-6-2008 at 16:54 Reply With Quote
Firefox crash



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But seriously...

Anyone using firefox as their browser. I currently use netscape and have downloaded firefox to shut up the "not supported" prompt.

Haven't given it a whirl, however.

Any comments one way or another?

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[*] Post 339179 posted on 10-6-2008 at 17:15 Reply With Quote


I prefer IE7 as the cleartype function makes reading the screen on my laptop so much easier, but I also have FF for testing the websites I build. It's Ok, one or two problems, but nothing too serious, much the same as IE7, especially as I use IE7Pro with it.
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[*] Post 339181 posted on 10-6-2008 at 18:43 Reply With Quote


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Opera. :D

Quicker'n Firefox and less clunky, too. You might find it nearer to Netscape, too.
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