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No program is flawless, and note that this problem was in Firefox 2.0, also.

That's why I never download any new program until at least a month goes by.

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No program is flawless, and note that this problem was in Firefox 2.0, also.

That's why I never download any new program until at least a month goes by.


Too bad Firefox 2.0 has been out for a little more than a month, eh? :wink:

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Too bad Firefox 2.0 has been out for a little more than a month, eh?

Ya think? I was referring to not downloading 3.0 yet.

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Tipping Point ranked the severity of the vulnerability as high, but said that users would have to click on a link in an e-mail or visit a malicious Web page before being affected.


Really? I have to visit a malicious web page before I'm at risk? NO WAY! Lame article, lame vulnerability. Which browser doesn't have this risk (mac people go away)?

Anyway, I can't recall if Firefox 2.0 had this, but in 3.0 you can now drag and drop images to your desktop and it'll save them. Same goes for web links, it will save the page.


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Tipping Point ranked the severity of the vulnerability as high, but said that users would have to click on a link in an e-mail or visit a malicious Web page before being affected.


Really? I have to visit a malicious web page before I'm at risk? NO WAY! Lame article, lame vulnerability. Which browser doesn't have this risk (mac people go away)?

Anyway, I can't recall if Firefox 2.0 had this, but in 3.0 you can now drag and drop images to your desktop and it'll save them. Same goes for web links, it will save the page.


Haha wow. I never knew that. I just tried really quickly dragging in WoP.com and it does save to your desktop. That is so awesome!

I love 3.0, though I don't get what flaws there are....To me it works just fine haha. (So far)

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Anyway, I can't recall if Firefox 2.0 had this, but in 3.0 you can now drag and drop images to your desktop and it'll save them. Same goes for web links, it will save the page.


Mac has had this ability for approx. a decade, using any browser...

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Firefox has had it in 2.0 also.

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I am personally in love with Firefox 3!


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I use Firefox at work and my eMac, but I've been dabbling with Flock on my wife's MacBook.

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The Aceman wrote:
tSz42 wrote:
Anyway, I can't recall if Firefox 2.0 had this, but in 3.0 you can now drag and drop images to your desktop and it'll save them. Same goes for web links, it will save the page.


Mac has had this ability for approx. a decade, using any browser...


haha! i know! what's with everyone now?
"holy crap! look at all these new features we just invented that have been around for at least ten years!!! lookit how much more advanced we are than macintosh! we can steal their technology and call it something different!"

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which is why I said mac people go away.


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tSz42 wrote:
which is why I said mac people go away.


no you said that about the vulnerability of browsers.....i'm just sayin... :wink:

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which is why I said mac people go away.


no you said that about the vulnerability of browsers.....i'm just sayin... :wink:


this is why people refute the idea of intelligent design. no one likes to have inferior abilities...

but i have a soft spot for you cute little PC users, so i'll be nice.

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which is why I said mac people go away.


no you said that about the vulnerability of browsers.....i'm just sayin... :wink:


I didn't ask mac people to come back.


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