I’ve used Firefox since release 3, but starting around release 10 it has stopped playing nice with Adobe PDF files. A crash or two a day occurs, always when a PDF file does not open, although the file that crashed FireFox always opens perfectly with Internet Explorer.
Sill use Firefox but it’s frustrating at times with the PDF crashes.
Why does it seem like there is a new version every three months?
I love the functionality of FF, but it is such a slow and sluggish browser compared to Chrome or Opera. It’s a resource hog.
Overall, I like FF the best, but I wish it were faster.
Waiting for the Mac version...
Even Georg Cantor thinks they are going to run out of version numbers soon.
Works fine, both Windows and OSX. Still getting security updates.
In fact, I HAVE to use FF 3.5 on one Windows machine at work, because it's the last FF version to support the ancient Java version required by some of my old Cisco security devices' firmware.
These frequent major-number releases are silly. They should be minor-number. Nobody but hardcore users takes this release crap seriously anyway.
I mean, really...
Consider, Microsoft Office is up to release 14 already, with 15 on the way. Although, to be fair, Microsoft skipped over versions "5", "6", and "13" to get there. They skipped 5 and 6 so that they could sync all the individual product versions at "7".
They probably skipped "13" for the same reason most buildings don't have a 13th floor... LOL.
All three of these are are good additions IMO.
I still think it's a point release, not a major version.
I upgraded to FF 12.0 4/24. OSX Snow Leopard up to date.
My son sent me to a youtube link and I can’t open it. Tells me I need a plugin and to search.
When I search it tells me there are no applicable plugins.
On checking several youtube videos I get the same result.
Some play, some don’t.
Can’t figure out what’s happening.