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Do you hear people call Firefox - Firefox or Foxfire

Do you hear people call firefox, foxfire?   54 members have voted

  1. 1. Do you hear people call firefox, foxfire?

    • Most people call it Firefox
    • Most people call it Foxfire
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    • It's about half and half.
    • I have never heard anyone calling it Foxfire". Not even as a joke.

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The funny thing is a very large portion of my customers for some reason always call Firefox, Foxfire ... have you ever heard anyone call it Foxfire?

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You missing the option "I have never heard anyone calling it Foxfire". Not even as a joke.

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I've genuinely not spoken to anybody about Firefox for at least a few years now.. These days the browser that comes up in general is Chrome. 

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How is it possible I hear people call it foxfire all the time and no one else has :rofl:

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How is it possible I hear people call it foxfire all the time and no one else has :rofl:

:huh: It's just you, and because you are warwagon 

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"Mozalia" and "Skajpej" ;)

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A lot of my customers when ever I tell them to look on their desktop for the "Gotoassist Customer icon" they always ask "Google Assist?:

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Nope, never heard anyone call it foxfire. The only thing called foxfire I've heard of is when old timers are describing the natural will-o'-the-wisp phenomena.

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I hear people call Novell "Norvel" but I've never heard foxfire. lol.

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Nope, never heard anyone call it foxfire. The only thing called foxfire I've heard of is when old timers are describing the natural will-o'-the-wisp phenomena.

 

Should I call you 'Fire Berry' or 'Boo Fox'?

 

heheh

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LOL, you're silly. Actually foxfire (e.g. will-o'-the-wisps) are pretty interesting and from what I've heard, they're seen very, very nearby here on very overcast nights. Perhaps, just perhaps, if I go searching for them the Firefox fox will show itself to me! :o

 

... actually I wish this Firefox would show itself to me, hahahaha...

 

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Ive heard Foxfire a few times.

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"Mozalia" and "Skajpej" ;)

Here in NL I hear a lot of ModZilla :P

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Have you asked anyone why they are calling it that?? You don't just go around muddling words up for no reason :wacko: (unless you have some medical condition)

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It's easy to do if you have seen the movie, Foxfire. ;)

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You don't just go around muddling words up for no reason :wacko: (unless you have some medical condition)

 

Or you were just at your local pub. Would being drunk be considered "medical"? ;)

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You missing the option "I have never heard anyone calling it Foxfire". Not even as a joke.

I've heard it quite a bit.  Not as much as I used to, but always annoying...

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Let's see, I've heard people call

 

Novell: Novel/Noh-vohwl/

 

Internet explorer: Internet Exploder (they were serious, and not making a joke)

Boolean as Booleen

 

Tuple can be pronounced as too-pole or tuh-pole (but it gets annoying when people always correct each other saying there way is correct)

 

BIOS I've heard people pronounce this as bi-asz or bi-aws it is pronounced BI-oh-s

 

And most frequently 

OSX (pronounced OS 10 for those who don't know their Roman Numerals) as OSx (ohes-ex)

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Have you asked anyone why they are calling it that?? You don't just go around muddling words up for no reason :wacko: (unless you have some medical condition)

 

I believe everyone is at one time a little bit dyslexic

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The Clint Eastwood movie Firefox?  Nope.

 

Or the browser from Mozilla.  Again nope.

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well, considering that these are warwagon's clients, it's no wonder...

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OSX (pronounced OS 10 for those who don't know their Roman Numerals) as OSx (ohes-ex)

 

unfortunately, even that i know it's OS 10, i never, ever, EVER heard anybody calling that, only Ohes-ex. :/

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nvm

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I've actually had my dad call it "foxfire" before. :rofl:

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Most users I know that aren't too good with computers actually call it Mozilla because that's the first word in the shortcut. Pronunciation does vary a bit though.

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Honestly? I've not heard it called foxfire, but my knowledge if tech and <people in the tech know how> is regretfully, limited

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