i just downloaded it on my G5. i clicked on my tabs button and all 8 or 9 tabs opened up. 2 of the tabs worked mostly and the other 6 - 7 show blank pages. i can do a google search and the blank page shows the google search, but clicking on a link in the google list takes me to a blank page. i think i'll give up on this beta before i even start. i am happy with firefox anyway.<br><br>
Well I mentioned before<br><br>iPhone is useless to me if it cannot - sync with a PC more so with Out Look and MS Server Exchange <-- its dog meat to business people --> death nail is no peer to peer radio feature.<br><br>Don't get me wrong - I Love the iPhone.<br>But being forced/tortured too use a PC at work, the iPhone solves none of my problems. <br><br>However with this 3rd party invitation maybe Parallis ? can come up with a app to solve the sync problem - still there is the hardware problem of the point to point radio feature.<br><br>
Please tell me the silly little "Find" feature and spelling update isn't all there is??? I see no difference at all in performance, features or reason to switch from Firefox.<br><br>CreativeGuy for daily tips, tricks and commentary on all things graphic design.
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Moveable tabs ...and the ability to re-open the last tab you closed (or restore multiple tabs you just closed)<br><br>You can also resize text input boxes (like the one I typed this in) ...kinda handy every once in a while. <br><br>
I know one thing that didn't make it...<br><br>THE OPTION TO CLOSE THAT GOD-FORSAKEN DOWNLOAD WINDOW AUTOMATICALLY!!<br><br>Every year I hope for it, and every year I'm disappointed. When will I learn that the people at Apple just happen to like having useless download windows just hanging around.<br><br>
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