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FF10 and 10.7.3
Giving a heads  up. My iMac updated to FF10 then I applied the 10.7.3 Combo update after. FF10 very jerky almost like it is doing something in the background. A reinstall of a fresh downloaded FF10 has make it run smoother.

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Re: FF10 and 10.7.3
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I gave up on Firefox on version 8. Their rapid update cycle has caused far more problems then it has solved. Kodak has even removed it from their preferred browser list and dropped any and all support for issues with users still trying to use it.
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Re: FF10 and 10.7.3
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Abandoned FF when I got me new 10.6 machine. Use Safari mostly, but Chrome for some stuff too.

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