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Originally Posted by MrAlex;13176690 
Strange all the icons etc should be the exact same resolution as the original icons tongue.gif

I meant desktop icons. My Win7 desktop icons are big, and when the .ico image is low resolution, it shows biggrin.gif

EDIT: But Waterfox has been awesome. I've noticed more speed, though Firefox was always pretty fast. I'm just happy at how stable it is biggrin.gif
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Yea, I noticed that when I first installed WF, I even changed the icon to FF's icon, it was just a big mess so I left it default. I tore apart FF4 installation exe and got the original FF icon pack[total of 15 or 20@ different sizes and resolution] and tried every single one and WF's something kept overriding. WF is great. Icons could use some sharpening work or something.

WFvsFFicon2.png

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Originally Posted by archangelabove;13181614 
I meant desktop icons. My Win7 desktop icons are big, and when the .ico image is low resolution, it shows biggrin.gif

EDIT: But Waterfox has been awesome. I've noticed more speed, though Firefox was always pretty fast. I'm just happy at how stable it is biggrin.gif
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Yea, I noticed that when I first installed WF, I even changed the icon to FF's icon, it was just a big mess so I left it default. I tore apart FF4 installation exe and got the original FF icon pack[total of 15 or 20@ different sizes and resolution] and tried every single one and WF's something kept overriding. WF is great. Icons could use some sharpening work or something.

WFvsFFicon2.png

WFvsFFicon.png


Hmm this is strange. I've just noticed too. The actual icon files are the correct size and resolution (as you can see in the attached images) but they don't seem to come out like that thinking.gif
    
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We need 4.0.1! frown.gif
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We need 4.0.1! frown.gif

6 Days biggrin.gif
    
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6 Days biggrin.gif

Would you know of any release notes for 4.0.1 being 6 days early? or we just have to wait for release notes on the 26th?
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Awesome 64-bit build of Firefox!

. o O ( 64-bit Google Chrome branded builds anyone? Hahaha )
Edited by Lord Venom - 4/20/11 at 10:14pm
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Would you know of any release notes for 4.0.1 being 6 days early? or we just have to wait for release notes on the 26th?

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Awesome 64-bit build of Firefox!

. o O ( 64-bit Google Chrome branded builds anyone? Hahaha )

Unfortunately no:
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Neither Chromium nor V8 has a 64-bit version on the Windows platform right now. However, Chrome does run on 64-bit Windows as a 32-bit application. V8 should only need a small number of changes to build on the Windows platform.
    
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Ah man, oh well. Waterfox is working fantastic! wink.gif
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Just started to use this. And I gotta say, niiiiice. biggrin.gif
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