I don't think you can do that to go from 0.9.3 to 1.0.
I basically plopped the new version on top of the old one and kept the extensions and bookmarks folders. FF still thinks it's 0.9.3 according to Help/About, but so far so goodI don't think you can do that to go from 0.9.3 to 1.0. You should probably uninstall Firefox and start again from scratch since 0.9.3 was a beta, and pretty old at this point. If it's saying 0.9.3 in the About box, something isn't right.
Optimized builds are available here:
Optimized builds are available here: http://www.moox.ws/tech/mozilla/releasebuilds.htm
Optimized builds are available here: http://www.moox.ws/tech/mozilla/releasebuilds.htmYep, that's what I use too. Whether they actually are faster or not, they definitely seem so to my perception, so that's good enough for me.
I run update from options and it says no updates found.I'd guess that's from update.mozilla.org getting hammered mercilessly today.
Firefox wont load the images on this page but IE will. Anyone know why?
to make a product work correctly is the definition of a "Not Ready For Prime Time" product.The difference is that you can do this with Firefox extensions. The situation is no different than add-ons for other products needing to be updated before they will necessarily work with a new version of software, except (usually) only the manufacturer of the add-on itself can perform the fix. Within a couple of days, most of the popular extensions for Firefox will be updated to work 'out-of-the-box', and some (most?) already do. It just means that people like me don't have to wait.
Easy fix, just like I thought. Open xpi files (or jar for themes) with WinRAR, extract the install.rdf file and edit the 'em:maxVersion' variable to be 1.0 and then re-add your edited install.rdf file back into the xpi or jar. Install as normal. Unless there are actual incompatibilities with the extension and Firefox, this will work.to make a product work correctly is the definition of a "Not Ready For Prime Time" product.