Gmail Update Crashes Firefox 2.0.0.9


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I just got the gmail update, but whenever I try to access any menu item except for inbox and contacts, it crashes firefox. I have customize google 0.63 installed.

Anyone else having th same problem?

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It seems all firefox google gmail extensions broke with the update.

I would just disable the extension until the author rewrites.

My gmail manager no longer checks for mail.

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So it sounds like the schmuck who wrote the extension didn't update it.

Please, don't blame Firefox for what happened. They have, IMHO, the best browser out there. I run it on my PCs, my Macs and my old Linux box off in the corner that I turn on less and less as time goes bye.

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I'm using Gmail Manager 0.5.3 which was written a year ago, and i've had a few hiccups and 1 account that it will show 1 email rather than 2, but all in all it's still working for me.

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So it sounds like the schmuck who wrote the extension didn't update it.

Please, don't blame Firefox for what happened. They have, IMHO, the best browser out there. I run it on my PCs, my Macs and my old Linux box off in the corner that I turn on less and less as time goes bye.

L8

wtf who's blaming firefox for it?

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Just got the update, every thing I use with it works, except when I click "Older Version", and then close the window, next time I open it its the new version again.

It won't stay using the old version, wTF?

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Just got the update, every thing I use with it works, except when I click "Older Version", and then close the window, next time I open it its the new version again.

It won't stay using the old version, wTF?

that's not a bug i think.

Anyways I tested gmail in several configs and it seems like the crashes are coming at random, it's weird.

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