Firefox 3.5 (Final) now available

  cocteau48 11:31 30 Jun 09
  RobCharles1981 12:00 30 Jun 09

Got it thanks mate.

Strange how the "update" in the program didn't work!


  cocteau48 12:03 30 Jun 09


I'm not sure if the update within Firefox works at all when it comes to a completely new version being released.

  RobCharles1981 12:18 30 Jun 09


It used to work with previous updates maybe the servers haven't been yet updated?

  cocteau48 12:30 30 Jun 09


"It used to work with previous updates"

Indeed yes and if you were running 3.0 then it would update to 3.0.1 up to 3.0.11 but this is not an update of 3.0. It (3.5) is a completely new program and,as I said, I do not think that the auto update function will work when it comes to changing from one program version to a new one.

I think you will find that it will update to 3.5.1 as and when that arrives.

  Stuartli 13:18 30 Jun 09

Updated about half-a-hour ago - some additional settings, seems somewhat quicker, but otherwise not noticed much difference yet.

The Mozilla page comes up with a declaration that it's an RC version - perhaps still to update the page?

  Stuartli 13:19 30 Jun 09

The update within Firefox always takes a while to kick into action - that's why it's best to use FileHippo or MajorGeeks.

  Stuartli 13:25 30 Jun 09

I like the Add New Tab button idea, but so far I've been clicking it to close down a tab and instead get a new tab..:-)

  cocteau48 13:33 30 Jun 09


I have a Green"+" to add a new tab and a red"x" on the open tab to close it.

  Stuartli 14:59 30 Jun 09

It's not that that is the problem - it's an automatic reaction to hit the last button on the tab...:-)

  T I M B O 15:10 30 Jun 09

Yes it seems pretty much the same, except you dont have to be on the page to close it. Other than that , it looks pretty good ;-))

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