Could be in my head, but it does seem a bit snappier. I hope its more stable at least, i was having at least one crash a day with the last build.macridah said:Downloaded and installed. I don't see any difference between 1.0 and the 1.0RC, but that's typical, well for the company i work for. It's nice to know that it's the official production release.
Yeah, the extra Expose' window is finally gone. Way to go FireFox.jimjiminyjim said:Oh Good! They got rid of that stupid extra window. Using expose or command-squiggly (~) always showed an extra tiny window that could not be closed. All gone... WHee!!
Unless I misunderstand what you're describing, you can organize bookmarks from the SideBar. Type Cmd-B to show it if it's hidden. Then drag/drop them all you like.Sir_Giggles said:Firefox still has a long way to go with their Bookmark management system. It was a real pain trying to organize bookmarks using their Manage Bookmarks window. For instance you can't organize bookmarks from the left pane, only from the right. Plus you can't re-order bookmarks directly from the personal toolbar.
Again, I'm not sure what you mean. Each Live Bookmark appears as a folder in your bookmarks list. If you want to collect them all together into a single folder, you can.Sir_Giggles said:Their RSS/Live bookmark feature is cool, but you can't aggregrate them into a single folder.
I think it follows the sensitivity set in the Mac's System Preferences (on the Mouse page). I know that the acceleration curve on the wheel is far too great to be useful in its default configuration, but it can be turned down. I've found this over-sensitivity to be true in all application, including the Finder, so I wouldn't consider it a Firefox problem.Sir_Giggles said:They have to work on the middle scroll button; one flick of the wheel and half a page scrolls by, there is no way to change the increments or is there?