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Discussion in 'User Submitted News' started by Thoob, Jun 29, 2010.
Nice! Seems a tad faster and the Chrome-inspired look is nice too.
I might just have to try this!
cool an update. looks much more better and it's faster?
It's so much faster...
Will the old themes still work?
Guess not, since the whole UI is different. I hope AdBlock+ get's ported to FF4 fast tho...
Old themes still work, but there seems to be a bug in that when another theme is applied the minimize, maximize and close buttons disappear. AdBlock+ is already updated, I'm using it now!
Nvm, running it now with the theme and the adblock+ addon
But idd, the buttons are gone
Another thing, multiple tabs seem to show as multiple windows on the Win7 taskbar.
That's a "feature".
I heard some opera fanboy in my class talking about that really proud.
Correct me if I'm wrong tho.
Damn, it IS really fast compared to FF3!
Love the new loading image. This thing is really zooming past the interwebs, pew pew pew!
Nice. Downloading as I write this.
SO downloading this. I wonder how it will fare in Acid3 tests. I'll report later.
EDIT: It scored a nice 97! Also seems a lot faster.
Can i still keep my spell check!?!?
Since you all know i need it
Whoa, it sure is faster...a LOT faster. My add-ons aren't compatible though. :/
Is it just me, or has Mozilla COMPLETELY coied Google Chrome's UI layout... -.-
Actually, it reminds me more of the Opera design, than the Chrome's one.
W00t, spell check!
How do i get the. minimize, close tabs back?
And i use to have favorites at the top of my page.... how do i get those back?
Never mind. i got the bookmarks back..
still... how does one get the "x" "-" stuff back?
Really? I haven't used Opera in a while... I just think it seems very similar to Chrome: Tabs on top, address bar with navigation buttons below. Seems like a 1:1 replica of Chrome to me. If it really is faster though I may have to check it out. The main reason I switched to Google Chrome was because of how much faster it started vs. IE or Firefox 3.