Mozilla Firefox 2 Release Candidate 3 Available
Tuesday October 17th, 2006
Mozilla Firefox 2 Release Candidate 3 is now available for download. Users of previous release candidate builds can upgrade using the software update feature.
Release Candidate 3 includes several bug fixes resulting from feedback obtained from people using previous release candidate builds, and a few security and stability updates. For more information, refer to the Mozilla Firefox 2 Release Candidate 3 Release Notes.
Wednesday October 18th, 2006 4:52 AM
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Can anyone explain me the point of the feature? Especially considering that Ff trims long bookmark names when displaying them.
Instead of working on serious long standing technical bugs, they are adding useless stuff like that. From all improvements Ff2.0 is bringing, I hardly can highlight single "killer" enhancement. (*)
In all honesty, I'd rather say that Ff2.0 is maintenance upgrade with no regressions. Drumming about non-features make no good in the end.
(*) SVG might have that feature - but it was available long before 2.0.