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The Icon Bar: General: Thanks Firefox
 
  Thanks Firefox
  andrew (13:18 23/3/2007)
  monkeyson2 (13:49 23/3/2007)
    datawave (05:58 24/3/2007)
      andrew (10:58 24/3/2007)
        adamlloyd (14:42 24/3/2007)
        MikeCarter (13:47 26/3/2007)
      richcheng (09:50 26/3/2007)
        andrew (12:26 26/3/2007)
  Chris (16:57 26/3/2007)
    andrew (19:58 26/3/2007)
      Chris (20:54 26/3/2007)
        jmb (21:40 26/3/2007)
 
Andrew Message #100609, posted by andrew at 13:18, 23/3/2007
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Just when I thought Paypal wouldn't work with any RISC OS browser
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Phil Mellor Message #100613, posted by monkeyson2 at 13:49, 23/3/2007, in reply to message #100609
monkeyson2Please don't let them make me be a monkey butler

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Thirefox.
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Datawave Nederland Message #100687, posted by datawave at 05:58, 24/3/2007, in reply to message #100613
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Which version then from Thirefox ? big smile
It is about time, that someone is updating the 1.5 version of FF
into the 2.0 for Risc PC's and NOT only upgrading for Iyonix ones. :-(
Also to make FF lots faster in rendering webpages, atm Fresco is FASTER !!!
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Andrew Message #100689, posted by andrew at 10:58, 24/3/2007, in reply to message #100687
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Definitely. Druck says a StrongARM version will be forthcoming.
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Adam Lloyd Message #100707, posted by adamlloyd at 14:42, 24/3/2007, in reply to message #100689
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Definitely. Druck says a StrongARM version will be forthcoming.
appaerntly not!
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richard cheng Message #100772, posted by richcheng at 09:50, 26/3/2007, in reply to message #100687

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Which version then from Thirefox ? smile
It is about time, that someone is updating the 1.5 version of FF
into the 2.0 for Risc PC's and NOT only upgrading for Iyonix ones. :-(
Also to make FF lots faster in rendering webpages, atm Fresco is FASTER !!!
You are aware that the main reason that Firefox is slow is that your computer is slow? And that the reason that Fresco's faster is because it's doing less?

There may or may not be speed optimisations made to Firefox, but I kinda suspect it's not ever going to be fast enough to be (what I'd consider) usable. YMMV, obviously.
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Andrew Message #100779, posted by andrew at 12:26, 26/3/2007, in reply to message #100772
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I think it would be usable if you make allowances for expectations brought about by using faster machines.
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Mike Message #100785, posted by MikeCarter at 13:47, 26/3/2007, in reply to message #100689
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Definitely. Druck says a StrongARM version will be forthcoming.
If this apears it'll be great, no swiching out of VRPC for windows Firefox ^-^
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Chris Message #100795, posted by Chris at 16:57, 26/3/2007, in reply to message #100609
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Out of interest, what stopped it working with NetSurf? I've used PayPal with NS before with no problems. I just logged in successfully. This seemed to work fine - the only minor hiccup was having to manually click on the link to go to my acount info page rather than be redirected automatically, but as far as I can see everything seems to be working. I can't test withdrawals, as there's nothing in my account... unhappy
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Andrew Message #100805, posted by andrew at 19:58, 26/3/2007, in reply to message #100795
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Trying to click on "pay" just returned to the same page, as did Fresco.
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Chris Message #100810, posted by Chris at 20:54, 26/3/2007, in reply to message #100805
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Trying to click on "pay" just returned to the same page, as did Fresco.
Ah - that's pretty fatal unhappy . I'll have a look at the page source when I get a chance. If it's a Javascript issue (which it may well be) then FF is likely to be your only option for some time - there's currently no timetable for NetSurf getting Javascript support AFAIK. However, it may be something else, in which case I'll submit a bug report. Bugs are being fixed at a good rate at the moment, so it's always worth doing. smile
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JMB Message #100814, posted by jmb at 21:40, 26/3/2007, in reply to message #100810
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Bugs are being fixed at a good rate at the moment
Clarification: crash bugs are being fixed. Nothing else features on the priority list at present. wink [Also; just cos we're closing bugs doesn't give you lot a licence to open more tongue]
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