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Mozilla Firefox 14.0 Beta 6


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Thanks to cybpsych for the update.

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I have no idea what the hell this is. Must be some mistake from Mozilla.

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I have no idea what the hell this is. Must be some mistake from Mozilla.

The V14 was already started quite some time ago but remained dormant. I remember there's supposed to be a x64-bit version, too (hope they didn't tank it.)

My bet is that they carried forward from the existing V14 instead of V13. :)

Edit:

Drat, looking into their repository, there's no trace of the x64. :(

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I have no idea what the hell this is. Must be some mistake from Mozilla.

The V14 was already started quite some time ago but remained dormant. I remember there's supposed to be a x64-bit version, too (hope they didn't tank it.)

My bet is that they carried forward from the existing V14 instead of V13. :)

Edit:

Drat, looking into their repository, there's no trace of the x64. :(

the answer is just a post above you :lol:

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Firefox 16a x64 build improved much better than 14/15, now i had no reason to use palemoon or waterfox.

:drunk:

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That's fine, you mentioned Fennec (which looks like the mobile app version.) :)

Now, more than the build number I'm concerned that Mozilla is dragging their feet by pulling out the x64-bit version from the V14 (which is most alarming.) :(

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Firefox 16a x64 build improved much better than 14/15, now i had no reason to use palemoon or waterfox.

:drunk:

Just installed, thank you.

My IDM was not compatible. Have just prepared a home cooked IDM add-on and now all extensions are working.

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@Rocketman

I don't think we would see x64 version of FX out of the nightlies anytime soon, which is a shame indeed :(

Chrome & Safari[win] never made a x64 version...

In fact, opera x64 still worse than opera x32.

;)

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x64 VS x32 , there aren't any major gain so screw the x64 till it deliver something big.

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thanks for the info! i'm using aurora version and so far theres some minor updates every 3 days our so....

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freeforever03

Thanks for the update. I did notice that 1 of my web pages did not work properly.

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calguyhunk

Firstly, thanks for the heads up. With ALL my auto updates turned off, I really depend on nsanedown for my updates :thumbsup:

Secondly, strange numbering system - yes, FENNEC and all ;)

Thirdly, first real change in appearance since version 4 - though not totally necessary, not entirely visually polluting either, IMO :)

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