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Old 03-21-2008, 03:59 PM   #1
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Default Firefox 3.0

I'm not afraid of beta versions (I've been using Firefox since version .6 or .7) so when I heard about the Firefox 3.0 beta (albeit a few months late), I went ahead and installed it.

I'm not thrilled most of my plugins haven't caught up, but that's no tragedy. The most useful ones will, eventually. But I was thrilled that I ran the Web Standards Project ACID TEST 2 in Firefox 3 and it passed, full support for CSS. Only Opera's latest has passed or gotten close.

On a side note, because I have an iPod I get prompts to update some Apple software and yesterday got a version of Safari for Windows. All I can say is I hope Safari works better on the Mac because the brief look I took at some of my sites wasn't impressive from the CSS support side. (mostly fonts displaying too large, much like in IE).

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