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siljaline
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reply to StuartMW

Re: [Mozilla] Firefox 18.0.2

The link to the current release notes was busted at the time of the post, coupe moi du slacke, svp



Pentangle
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Got it chazzy...thanks. Hope it solves my stability issues with Sandboxie that began with Fx 18.0.1



chachazz
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said by siljaline:

The link to the current release notes was busted



Not busted, just not posted before release -the link to release notes is active now.

Same as: All languages/systems downloads now available - »www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/all/



siljaline
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You did make a remark that the release notes (current) would not be up until the official release, it's now working, I looked when you posted it - the link broke aka it pointed at the older release notes.

Of which, is all academic now. It irks me when some post the US | UK download link, which you don't - folks outside of the UK & US don't run FF ?



Oleg
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reply to chachazz

Now it is officially posted one the main Mozilla site »www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/new/



siljaline
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For those that choose a custom browsing history setting, one should de-select the accept third party cookies setting unless you implicitly want this setting although I would not know why one would want to accept third party cookies from websites. The Custom History Panel below illustrates how to manage these settings.
»support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/set···-history
Some have observed when updating FF, this setting has a tendency to revert to accepting third party cookies.



La Luna
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Got it, thanks chachazz See Profile!


PrntRhd
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Got it tonight, via internal updater.



timcuth
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I was finally able to get Iceweasel 18.0.2 from Debian experimental repository, this morning. It's looking good.

Tim



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I've been having problems with 18.0 printing to Adobe X. It keeps crashing FF but it will work after the initial crash. I did try the turning off the Nvidia in Add-ons but that didn't work.
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siljaline
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Adobe Reader X is currently suffering from a Zero-Day.
You might not want to do that until this is fixed.



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Have you tried PDF-Xchange Viewer? See link.

»[Updated] Free: PDF-XChange Viewer - v2.5.209 - Feb 09/13