Russell Hafter - Lists <rh.lists(a)phone.coop> wrote:
In article <mpro.lilry000003ap0068.pittdj(a)pittdj.co.uk>,
David Pitt <pittdj(a)pittdj.co.uk> wrote:
> "make sure you have the latest version of your browser" indeed!! The
> latest mainstream browsers are Safari 5, Firefox 4 and IE9.
This is not really on topic, and I do not use Safari, and only very rarely
My version of Firefox is 3.6.16, to which it was updated by the
autoupdater two nights ago, so I would have thought it perfectly correct
to say that Firefox 3.x is the latest version. I have heard of rumours of
Ver 4 - but that, presumably, is a development version only and not
something that should be quoted to the general user as 'the latest',
surely? (I also one heard a reference to a horrible new user
You could check your facts, Firefox 4 was released on the 22nd of this
Its "tabs on top interface" is the current fashion. Denigrating something as
yet unseen does nothing to promote RISC OS. Firefox 4, and the new IE9, are
both very good browsers indeed, a measure of their fitness for purpose is
that they do resolve iGoogle just like NetSurf doesn't.
And what about Opera?
What about it, it is not supported by iGoogle, end of.
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