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FF3 rocks. Except for the totally non-awesome bar. It's not awesome at all...

For those who like to deploy easily, or that think about repacking, usually there's no need. FrontMotion keeps their free MSI installers here. There's no FF3 MSI installers yet, but it's just been released a handful of hours ago. They should have the new ones online soon.

Edit: They are now online :)

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One thing I noticed is that it defaults to be preferred browser now, it didn't do that before :(

do this after firefox install

reg delete "HKCR\http\shell\open\command" /ve /f
echo IE in default browser
rem reg add "HKCR\http\shell\open\command" /ve /d "\"C:\Program Files\Internet Explorer\iexplore.exe\" -nohome" /f

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FF3 rocks. Except for the totally non-awesome bar. It's not awesome at all...

For those who like to deploy easily, or that think about repacking, usually there's no need. FrontMotion keeps their free MSI installers here. There's no FF3 MSI installers yet, but it's just been released a handful of hours ago. They should have the new ones online soon.

That's fantastic Crahak, I had no clue about this!

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Why use a button? You're gonna be typing an URL anyways, just do CTRL-T.

Some people use gestures for that too.

100% ACK

Or.... just double-click on free place right after last tab - open a new tab too.

Why use extensions for functions that already integreated in FF?

OK - it depends on the user, who uses FF. Advanced users don't need this - noobs are happy with more buttons and extensions *gg*

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wow - a self proclaimed advanced user!

i'm glad you're NOT programming software - it would have two options - on and off.

Nice  :D Actually I use that extension (with New Tab button).

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