PCWorld.com Reviews Mozilla Firefox 0.8
Thursday February 19th, 2004
Scott I. Remick writes: "PC World has put up a nice review of Firefox 0.8. While mostly positive, it does point to a few shortcomings, such as how the extensions site wasn't able to handle the onslaught right after release, which for 2 days kept the reviewer from accessing the site. He also mentions troubles managing extensions, and the issue of many sites only working with IE (which he admits isn't Firefox's fault)."
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Friday February 20th, 2004 4:30 PM
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Which is why my first suggestion was to email them again. And I said use the Netscape 7's useragent not IE's which isn't as bad. Maybe when Mozilla reaches 2.0 they'll think it's worth supporting because it's a new version (oh wow 2.0!!) when in reality it's just the next milestone release like going from 1.6 to 1.7.
I'm looking forward to the 1.7 / 0.9 release because a bug I stumbled upon (I wasn't the first though) was recently fixed (i tested last nights nightly of firefox to confirm it's fixed) which will allow me to use a new CSS layout which works in IE and Opera. Imagine that something in CSS that works in IE that didn't in Mozilla.