I dislike the history bar, it's way more information than I want/need in my history. I'm fearful that Firefox is creeping ever closer to the IE7 design with the "Back / Forward" changes that they've made. I will remain loyal to Firefox, but I beg you "stay away from the dark side" (IE)!!!
Totally agree w/ the history... I don't like it at all for when I try to type in a URL either. Maybe that's good for someone who doesn't know, but simply annoying. Besides I thought technical people used FF so what's the need.
The speed is definitely noticable and otherwise it's a nice upgrade. I also like the one click bookmarking.
I am pretty impressed with it's speed increases, and most the extensions I use have already been updated to work with. Actually around beta 3 they were.
Firefox did really screw up with silverlight compatibility and believe it or not Microsoft has been the quick one to issue a patch. However silverlight does not have that much market saturation so it's mostly a none issue at this point.
I love the awesome bar. I had been using an extension in FF2 for a while that gave me similar functionality. Matching any part of a URL is something my phone browser has been doing for years, and when I didn't have the functionality on FF it was very annoying.
Greetings,What are you all doing online with "old" magazine stories? Do you delete issues after so many years? 5 years? 10? I'm torn between keeping all on for historical purposes or keeping just a few years online to simplify the site (ala Gerry McGovern.) Curious as to what you see best practices being.ThanksSara KisseberthBluffton Universitywww.bluffton.eduSee More
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