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Semtex

Yesterday I've updates for Nightly and Aurora as well, I've one day break for Aurora updates when 5 hit beta stage, but Mozilla inform about this break, so maybe You should download regular full installer for latest Nightly and make manual update ;)

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+Zlip792

Well, does anybody know e10s = electrolysis stuff???? Please correct me if wrong?

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bogas04

New Download Manager getting better on implementation

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Try the builds here

PS : If you have seen same thing in Safari on Lion , note that this was in works before Firefox 4 also! It was in the mockups last year , and Mozilla is open source , anyone can take its ideas , so please no Copying Shoot here in this forum

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aznkid25

New Download Manager getting better on implementation

post-293012-0-45900700-1308029688.png

Try the builds here

PS : If you have seen same thing in Safari on Lion , note that this was in works before Firefox 4 also! It was in the mockups last year , and Mozilla is open source , anyone can take its ideas , so please no Copying Shoot here in this forum

So this new download manager isn't implemented into the nightly or aurora builds yet? Haven't used either build in a long while.

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bogas04

So this new download manager isn't implemented into the nightly or aurora builds yet? Haven't used either build in a long while.

nope :) it "might" land in Firefox 7 or 8 nightlies.

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+Zlip792

Well, I think Nightly meant to be pre alpha developers variants testing for people, they should add features so that we can fill new bugs if find problems and they can fix them much rapidly. Also some fine tuning in Javascript in today`s update.

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fusi0n

Looking Good!

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bogas04

Well, I think Nightly meant to be pre alpha developers variants testing for people, they should add features so that we can fill new bugs if find problems and they can fix them much rapidly. Also some fine tuning in Javascript in today`s update.

they do add , although it takes long to make them ready

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Jamushroom

What have they added to Aurora in the past few weeks since they've jumped to build 6? All change logs showed "None" for Aurora. I'm still finding it odd that we're getting daily updates for Aurora, even though there's nothing being updated :s

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Kirkburn

What have they added to Aurora in the past few weeks since they've jumped to build 6? All change logs showed "None" for Aurora. I'm still finding it odd that we're getting daily updates for Aurora, even though there's nothing being updated :s

There are updates to Aurora - they're just not always reported.

Last seven days of Aurora updates: http://hg.mozilla.org/releases/mozilla-aurora/pushloghtml?startdate=7+day+ago&enddate=now (and I don't believe that includes locale updates).

Communication is something they're working on. Daily updates are still automatic afaik, though I believe they do still plan to go to 'build only when necessary'. So far, it wouldn't change much.

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+Zlip792

IMO one awesome bug fixed:

https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=592943

It made my firefox faster, pages draw and load much faster and startup also improved little bit.

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The_Decryptor

I think they're looking at making any font under a certain size render using GDI measuring, which will make some people happy but decrease quality (GDI sucks at all sizes, but it's especially noticeable at smaller sizes)

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ViperAFK

I think they're looking at making any font under a certain size render using GDI measuring, which will make some people happy but decrease quality (GDI sucks at all sizes, but it's especially noticeable at smaller sizes)

You can say it sucks all you want, but at small sizes the gdi style rendering is far more readable.

I do think DW rendering looks far better at larger sizes.

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+trag3dy

Is there a version of mozbackup or something similar that works with the nightlys?

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kilara1988

I use version 1.4.10 for a long time now and it works with stable versions and nightly without problems so far.

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grayscale

To the 64bit nightly users, how's your experience? I'm still running the 32bit nightlies and thinking about using the 64bit if you aren't experiencing huge problems.

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The_Decryptor

They still aren't officially supported, but they fixed the largest issues. You'll still miss out on stuff like plugins though (and extensions that use binary components)

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grayscale

I guess I'll just stick with the 32-bit then. Thanks :)

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Udedenkz

Bethesda (the video game company) forums show the difference between Chrome and Firefox on my netbook.

Chrome 12 seems to lagg massively whereas Firefox 7a seems 10-20 times smoother.

Surprising.

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max22

Bethesda (the video game company) forums show the difference between Chrome and Firefox on my netbook.

Chrome 12 seems to lagg massively whereas Firefox 7a seems 10-20 times smoother.

Surprising.

How is that surprising ?

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Udedenkz

How is that surprising ?

That is the only site I know that is faster in FF.

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+trag3dy

I use version 1.4.10 for a long time now and it works with stable versions and nightly without problems so far.

It only lets me choose my firefox 4 profile, not nightly. Does it matter?

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