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Flexible Space not working
Flexible Space not working, with firefox v1.5 pictured here..
You see i have a big space FF icons and google search, by adding one flexible space. I cannot seem to get this to do the same with firefox v3. Will have to add x10's or more of flexible spaces to be the same. Have tried to resize the flexible space with v3 noting to grab to resize.
Anyone know of a sollution how to do this, to be like that in the picture (url link above) ?
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Ok i'm going to stick with what i know works best, a very old version of FF. It doesn't have any of the current bugs, and everything works as it should do.
You know in life sometimes there are great things we use or have. And something newer comes along and you think what if is the same but better with extra features.
Not so like everything in life, the old adage stick with what you know still rings true. And the grass is certainly not greener with any newer versions of FF.
If you don't want to get an older version, and still dislike the current version. Still hate IE, then look for another browser. As i fear FF will never be the same as it was, those good time FF versions have long gone.
Better still raid FF vaults for the old versions, they will still work and you may be happier for it.
Forget those that say security this and that, you will be happy right. So who cares about this and that. Besides think of all those users still using old FF versions. If they are so bad why are they still been used daily.
FF teams have lost their way, they have made these updated version look and stink like shit.
Don't bother with replies, as i won't be back here to read them :)
Actually it doesn't really matter if you'd come back, or not. It's just that you've wasted everyone else's time. Here's a couple of links, when downgrading and/or installing a different/two version/s:
- Firefox FTP, all versions download.
- Installing multiple different versions of Firefox, mozillaZine.
- Install an older version of Firefox, downgrading (not very useful).
- Update Firefox to the latest release, upgrading (also not useful, but like the article above: it's got a couple of links that could be -somewhat- helpful :))