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Old 04 December 2017, 09:50   #41
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Too many times i've seen "updates" making the software much worse after than before - when it doesn't just stop working.
Not the case with FF58. I was using FF56, upgraded to 57 (which got updated to 58), never looked back.
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Not the case with FF58. I was using FF56, upgraded to 57 (which got updated to 58), never looked back.
So FF58 is less a regression than FF56 or FF57. Big deal.
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So FF58 is less a regression than FF56 or FF57. Big deal.
It's not a regression at all. It's better than a few dozen versions before it. I started using FF years ago and it's improved a lot. Just try the link I posted and see for yourself. Unless you're using add-ons that use the deprecated add-on system (that you can't live without), you likely won't go back.
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It's not a regression at all. It's better than a few dozen versions before it. I started using FF years ago and it's improved a lot. Just try the link I posted and see for yourself. Unless you're using add-ons that use the deprecated add-on system (that you can't live without), you likely won't go back.
Maybe one day.
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Old 28 December 2017, 15:33   #45
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Hi RCK and BippyM, any news on the update yet !
Will this Mozilla update throw a spanner in the works or will it not be in your plans ?

http://www.zdnet.com/article/why-is-...d-its-browser/

Anyhow good luck with the project !
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I hope if EAB is upgraded it's to vBulletin 4.3. I must admit I rather like VBulletin more after seeing A.org upgraded to SMF. I prefer the old VBulletin look vs SMF. A.org just does not look the same especially the news section. Just my humble opinion maybe I'm wrong. vBulletinĀ® Version 4.2.3 is good enough that NewTek runs their forums on it and they are selling and supporting very high end $$$$ video switching solutions and Lightwave 3D. It seems to do the job just fine for their forums. As the former owner of A.org it bums me out that I don't go there much anymore because I'm not a fan of the new SMF layout. I always loved browsing EAB more, it's a guilty pleasure.
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