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Old 5th July 2013, 02:04 PM   #1
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Which message do you believe???
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That's funny! I saw it too the other day and was confused.
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Firefox versions come out so fast now it can't keep up anymore. It's probably up to version 26 since you posted.
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No, it's still at Ver. 22.0 they would get confused if they tried to change it more than once a day.
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I have had problems with Firefox 22 refusing to quit, and, when loaded the mac was very sluggish in all functions with all software. If a forced quit was tried, it froze my Mac. A Mac system security update 48hours ago seems to have fixed the problem.
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I have had problems with Firefox 22 refusing to quit, and, when loaded the mac was very sluggish in all functions with all software. If a forced quit was tried, it froze my Mac. A Mac system security update 48hours ago seems to have fixed the problem.
Yes I tried Firefox yesterday,

And it won't let you sign off "Log out" of some of the web sites, which is worse than the IE compatibility problem. If it leaves your bank signed on via the browser.

So I have gone back to IE which I have used for some time until the compatibility issue.

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Firstly, I am in no sense knowledgeable re. any computer/software matters. However, that said, it seems to me that as Firefox (being a 'community design'; rather like some of the audio designs here on DIYaudio), has been heavily modified from the original model on numerous occasions, it may well be time for a complete 'ground up' redesign.

IE has not been available for Mac for a good few years and the available (old) downloads present serious security risks, though I am told that the current PC versions for use on MS systems is very successful.
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this is what you want. too new to be hacked... updated daily but works really well...
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