Does any one know about the defect allready found in FF3 - Mozilla

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  1. Does any one know about the defect allready found in FF3

    http://blogs.zdnet.com/carroll/?p=1841&tag=nl.e622

    In this link from ZDNet there is already a serious defect found in FF3

    anyone one here know about it?
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  2. Re: Does any one know about the defect allready found in FF3

    On 19-06-2008 20:46 CET, Phillip M. Jones, C.E.T composed this
    enchanting statement:
    > http://blogs.zdnet.com/carroll/?p=1841&tag=nl.e622
    >
    > In this link from ZDNet there is already a serious defect found in FF3
    >
    > anyone one here know about it?


    .... cannot find it.

    Found this, though, linked from the main News page :

    .

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  3. Re: Does any one know about the defect allready found in FF3

    Phillip M. Jones, C.E.T wrote:
    > http://blogs.zdnet.com/carroll/?p=1841&tag=nl.e622
    >
    > In this link from ZDNet there is already a serious defect found in FF3
    >
    > anyone one here know about it?



    Yes, several posts on it already. It also affects FF2. It will be
    patched quickly with FF 3.x

  4. Re: Does any one know about the defect allready found in FF3

    Melchert Fruitema wrote:
    > On 19-06-2008 20:46 CET, Phillip M. Jones, C.E.T composed this
    > enchanting statement:
    >> http://blogs.zdnet.com/carroll/?p=1841&tag=nl.e622
    >>
    >> In this link from ZDNet there is already a serious defect found in FF3
    >>
    >> anyone one here know about it?

    >
    > ... cannot find it.
    >
    > Found this, though, linked from the main News page
    > :
    >
    > .
    >

    Same article but both links work fine for me.

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  5. Re: Does any one know about the defect allready found in FF3

    Virtual Guy wrote:
    > It also affects FF2.


    I'm confused on this issue. The article I read said it also affects
    "earlier versions of FF2". That can be interpreted to mean versions
    prior to 2.0.0.14 or whatever the latest version is. If they meant FF2
    in general, it was poor writing to add "earlier versions of", when just
    saying "also affects FF2", which would have been both more efficient and
    less confusing.

  6. Re: Does any one know about the defect allready found in FF3

    Tarkus wrote:
    > Virtual Guy wrote:
    >> It also affects FF2.

    >
    > I'm confused on this issue. The article I read said it also affects
    > "earlier versions of FF2". That can be interpreted to mean versions
    > prior to 2.0.0.14 or whatever the latest version is. If they meant FF2
    > in general, it was poor writing to add "earlier versions of", when just
    > saying "also affects FF2", which would have been both more efficient and
    > less confusing.



    There are lots of bad writers in the publishing profession... especially
    the Web publishing sect.

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