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yeah well i have no clue how you do it then, but i can't seem to have FF4 and WF or palemoon 4 in the same instance installed. because they all open to the same thing
   
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Care to share? I doubt you got it like that natively.
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Basically it replaces your firefox, have to reinstall java/flash, etc, the usual. But otherwise, it "feels" faster, but not sure if that's because of what I read (mental approach) or if literal (physically displaying/running faster?).

We'll see, but certainly nice. It even kept my previous FF4 theme at the same time,
    
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What happens if Waterfox tries to download an update to Firefox from the FF servers? Would the updater go "hey, wait a sec, this is a 64-bit FF, no can do", or just happily chug along and mess things up?
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What happens if Waterfox tries to download an update to Firefox from the FF servers? Would the updater go "hey, wait a sec, this is a 64-bit FF, no can do", or just happily chug along and mess things up?
A valid question, has anyone come across this as of yet? Or does it redirect to waterfox servers at a much slower pace as the actual download? Curious...
    
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What happens if Waterfox tries to download an update to Firefox from the FF servers? Would the updater go "hey, wait a sec, this is a 64-bit FF, no can do", or just happily chug along and mess things up?
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A valid question, has anyone come across this as of yet? Or does it redirect to waterfox servers at a much slower pace as the actual download? Curious...
Auto-updates aren't enabled for custom builds Not yet at least
    
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The ones wondering how to run multiple instances of Firefox and or different versions I created a How-To here.
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Great modified browser it has worked wonderfully so far till recently one small issue which maybe flash 64bits fault. When i go to http://www.newegg.com/ the flash for the deals on the home page where you can click the 1-5 is blank/faded or overlapping one another but numbers are there and are click able but still blank photo also, sometimes the contest part to the right goes blank randomly.
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This is an excellent program. It even fixed a bit of stuttering I got in FF4 x86 when auto-scrolling.
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The ones wondering how to run multiple instances of Firefox and or different versions I created a How-To here.
Cool

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Great modified browser it has worked wonderfully so far till recently one small issue which maybe flash 64bits fault. When i go to http://www.newegg.com/ the flash for the deals on the home page where you can click the 1-5 is blank/faded or overlapping one another but numbers are there and are click able but still blank photo also, sometimes the contest part to the right goes blank randomly.
Definitely bugs with Adobe Flash. Hopefully Adobe will release an update version soon with some bug fixes!

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This is an excellent program. It even fixed a bit of stuttering I got in FF4 x86 when auto-scrolling.
Great to hear
    
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