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Unable to determine release level

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As there is no 'About' panel in Firefox 4, I am unable to tell the current release level. How can I do this?

I cannot provide Troubleshooting Information, the Help option under the Firefox button takes me directly to: http://support.mozilla.com/en-US/kb/Firefox+Help?style_mode=inproduct

As there is no 'About' panel in Firefox 4, I am unable to tell the current release level. How can I do this? I cannot provide Troubleshooting Information, the Help option under the Firefox button takes me directly to: http://support.mozilla.com/en-US/kb/Firefox+Help?style_mode=inproduct

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Click on the Firefox button, then on the small arrow to the right of the Help entry, you can then select About Firefox.

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TonyE
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Click on the Firefox button, then on the small arrow to the right of the Help entry, you can then select About Firefox.

Click on the Firefox button, then on the small arrow to the right of the Help entry, you can then select About Firefox.

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Thanks - I guess I was expecting a click anywhere on the Help line to show the sub-menu.

Thanks - I guess I was expecting a click anywhere on the Help line to show the sub-menu.
TonyE
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You're welcome

Most menu items with sub menus on the Firefox button have a separate sub menu button (the little arrow). That is to allow clicking on the main entry to access to what is likely to be the most used item directly from the main menu, without having to open the sub menu.

You're welcome Most menu items with sub menus on the Firefox button have a separate sub menu button (the little arrow). That is to allow clicking on the main entry to access to what is likely to be the most used item directly from the main menu, without having to open the sub menu.