Member since: Sep 15th, 2010
Dec 28th 2010 3:16PM Doesn't F11 pretty much already do this?
Oct 1st 2010 4:57PM Not sure.. .bit.ly has the usage charting, as well as will allow for custom short-names (as available), and will post to my twitter account(s).
Sep 21st 2010 2:12PM I keep thinking that a full on IDE like Visual Studio with this level of integration to a source control server would be awesome... so two people can actually work in a given code file at once... not just check in and clobber, but collaborate or both view/edit at the same time.
Sep 17th 2010 2:33PM It's 0.2 seconds.
Sep 14th 2010 12:44PM I think that the installer for v4 should have an option for a user install... if it is installed in the user directory, then silent, otherwise as it is/was. I think that most people will go ahead and update when prompted. It isn't like the "Windows Automatic Updates" that pretty much sits silently in the corner of the screen... Firefox actively prompts on a fresh launch. Personally, as I only use Chrome for occasional testing, sometimes the behavior is annoying. Though, I find Safari's sales push updater more annoying.
Save your tabs and Panorama tab groups in Firefox 4
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