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Mozilla Firefox 3.5.2 released August 3, 2009

Postby roddy32 » Mon Aug 03, 2009 5:08 pm

Mozilla Firefox 3.5.2 released August 3, 2009

Firefox 3.5.2 fixes the following issues:

*Several security issues.

*Images with ICC profiles now render properly on all monitors.

Please see the complete list of changes in this version.
https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/buglist.cg ... 3A.2-fixed

More here and download
http://en-us.www.mozilla.com/en-US/fire ... easenotes/

Existing users can update via "Help>>>Check for Updates"
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Re: Mozilla Firefox 3.5.2 released August 3, 2009

Postby JeanInMontana » Tue Aug 04, 2009 1:45 pm

Mine updated before it loaded today. Running smooth. :urok:
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Re: Mozilla Firefox 3.5.2 released August 3, 2009

Postby W3FSY » Mon Aug 17, 2009 6:22 pm

I just downloaded and installed Firefox 3.5.2 as I ran into all kinds of problems trying to upgrade my IE 6. I tried 2 times to upgrade to IE 7 and it showed as being installed in Add/Remove Programs, but I could not connect to the Internet or access the WU site. It was impossible to connect to the internet to report my problem and when I Googled about it, I saw others had the same problems I had to upgrade to IE 7. 2 times, I did a restore to IE 6 in order to connect to the internet.

Anyways, some sites and youtube are going the way of newer browsers and I was due for upgrading. I didn't import any of my favorites as I didn't know if I would like Firefox or not.
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Re: Mozilla Firefox 3.5.2 released August 3, 2009

Postby JeanInMontana » Wed Aug 19, 2009 2:34 pm

Current version of IE is 8. Don't hesitate to ask about FF Ron, and use their help forums too. The have great support IMO.
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Re: Mozilla Firefox 3.5.2 released August 3, 2009

Postby W3FSY » Thu Aug 20, 2009 8:33 am

Jean, I wanted IE 7 installed to roll back to should I have to uninstall or not be able to install IE 8 as I've heard they have all kinds of problems with IE 8. I plan on staying clear of additional problems. I think I made a good choice going with Firefox and so far only put on AdBlock plus (ABT) with Basic setting and Web of Trust (WOT). I got the plug in for Flash Player 10 for Firefox, also. I don't want to overdo it with add-ons if I can help it.

I ran Spybot S.&D. on Wednesday after getting the updates and Holy Smokes, it found 17 tracking cookies. I did a fix on them and saw they were unusual named cookies that I never saw displayed before. So, after finishing S S.&D., I checked SpywareBlaster and low and behold there was my answer. I had protection to enable for Firefox (cookies) that were not enabled, so I did that on each account (2 other accounts that are "Limited Accounts").

I know I have a lot to learn with a new browser, but the old dog has to learn some new tricks I guess. I saw a post on either the Avast forum or Online Armor forum that someone made about the five most needed Firefox add-ons and I could only remember the 2 that I added (WOT and ABP). "CF on the Web" is making changes to their web-site and they expect come September, you will not be able to use old IE 6 to access the site.

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