jamescv7

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Worked around an issue in Mac OS X 10.7 that could cause Firefox to crash
Worked around an issue caused by Apple's "Java for Mac OS X 10.6 Update 5" where the Java plugin would not be loaded
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Jack

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No updates for the Windows users (if they were , we would have Firefox 6 release.... :lolz:)... Will Firefox auto-update or will the users need to manually check for updates?
 

Ramblin

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Jack said:
No updates for the Windows users (if they were , we would have Firefox 6 release.... :lolz:)... Will Firefox auto-update or will the users need to manually check for updates?
I think we ll have both options in a few hours, as of now I have not been
prompted, neither the update is available when I check for updates in
"about Firefox". It does not really matter to me since I normally wait a
day or two before updating Firefox, just to make sure there are no issues
with the sandbox.:D

Bo
 

Littlebits

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There really isn't any reason to upgrade to v.5.0.1 if you are not a Mac user.
If you do upgrade then the only thing that will change is your version number, no improvements or bug fixes for Windows users.

Thanks.:D
 

jamescv7

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Now with this I made a mess with Firefox in Linux but never mind :ROFLMAO: since I removed the current one 5.0 caused no updates at all so I download it and run the script.

Edit: back to current 5.0 since it can probably detect a new version like version 6.
 

Ramblin

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Littlebits said:
There really isn't any reason to upgrade to v.5.0.1 if you are not a Mac user.
If you do upgrade then the only thing that will change is your version number, no improvements or bug fixes for Windows users.

Thanks.:D
Thank you, sir. Nice to know.

Bo