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My font now looks like crap (hard to read) and I can no longer see what url I'm pressing when mousing over a link..
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Originally Posted by Lahey;12373246 
My font now looks like crap (hard to read) and I can no longer see what url I'm pressing when mousing over a link..

Options --> uncheck "use hardware acceleration"

and it's in the right hand side of the address bar.
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Yep much better now, thanks. +rep
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No problem, took me ages to find where the address goes when you hover over links.
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I've been using the Firefox 4 beta since the fourth one. It has really come a long way in terms of stability.

I fondly remember using the Firefox 3 beta over three years ago... That beta was the reason I switched back to FF from Opera at the time. For a time between 2008 and 2009, I used Chrome regularly, but eventually went back to FF after a while.
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post #46 of 86
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I had to stop using Beta 11, it would for some really weird reason build up over 1,000,000 KBs of cache in just a little less than two days. Tried limiting cache to 100 MBs before it cleared and it would still freeze for a second or two frequently.

Back to 3.6.13 and it's running perfectly fine.
post #47 of 86
Been using it for 6 days now and my cache is still hovering around 90MB.
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Originally Posted by TFL Replica;12380603 
Been using it for 6 days now and my cache is still hovering around 90MB.

I'll do another install of it maybe, I don't really see a reason for it right now.
post #49 of 86
Another release? GIVE US THE FINAL RELEASE!
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Originally Posted by Boyboyd;12373333 
No problem, took me ages to find where the address goes when you hover over links.

Since beta twelve has hit nightlies, the link addresses are now back to the bottom left like in 3.x. No idea why they kept it in the status bar the entire beta process for FF4, only to change it back to the bottom in this twelfth beta. I like it better at the bottom though, so not going to complain.
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