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I've gotta give credit to you for compiling it yourself, the mozilla's nightly x64 atm doesn't even run on my system.
But your build does oddly enough
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Ah. Anything new?
Nope, nothing. Firefox 5 is out next month. Doesn't seem right

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I've gotta give credit to you for compiling it yourself, the mozilla's nightly x64 atm doesn't even run on my system.
But your build does oddly enough
Yes, I had that problem too. Some nightly builds would run..some wouldn't, was a huge mess, but that's the problem with nightly builds and a risk you have to take unfortunately to get the bleeding edge. And thank you
    
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Holy damn!! it's like 9 trillion times faster than the crappy IE8 here at my work i got it its


Edit: Def putting it on my Puter at home
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One thing I've noticed is a couple of saved websites don't display any HTML when I try to view the files. I'll doublecheck, but I'm suspecting some kind of CSS incompatibility. Any chance we could get a modification that tells the browser to ignore all div and style tags in a kind of "html debug" mode?
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One thing I've noticed is a couple of saved websites don't display any HTML when I try to view the files. I'll doublecheck, but I'm suspecting some kind of CSS incompatibility. Any chance we could get a modification that tells the browser to ignore all div and style tags in a kind of "html debug" mode?
You could try this for Firefox:
http://getfirebug.com/
    
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I'm afraid not being able to import private data from chrome sorta ruins FF for me.
    
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I switched to chrome's nightly version, Chromium, about a year ago.
I've forgotten the reason why I made the switch..
With 64-bit flash and java available, seems a waste not to have a 64-bit browser
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On 17 May Firefox 5 Beta will be released. So far haven't seen anything at all about 4.0.2. If Mozilla doesn't release a 64-Bit Beta, Waterfox 5 Beta will be the next update
    
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If I find the time I might look into compiling it myself one day, always been a bit curious. It'll put my x6 to good use at least
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Just started using this, it is great. Noticed an increase in speed right away.
Thanks for doing this!
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