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Yeah, they announced Flash 11 beta with x64 support.
post #582 of 7360
Stubhub.com says that i need a new version of flash. and a few other sites say i need flash to view the site... is it a 64 bit firefox/ 64 bit flash problem? id love to use just this browser (it seems so fast) but flash is almost a necessity on a desktop.
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Originally Posted by slimpyman View Post
Stubhub.com says that i need a new version of flash. and a few other sites say i need flash to view the site... is it a 64 bit firefox/ 64 bit flash problem? id love to use just this browser (it seems so fast) but flash is almost a necessity on a desktop.
You need the 64-bit version of flash for this version of firefox. The most updated version up until today was from november of 2010. Download the latest here, http://labs.adobe.com/downloads/flashplayer11.html
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Originally Posted by Taylorsci View Post
You need the 64-bit version of flash for this version of firefox. The most updated version up until today was from november of 2010. Download the latest here, http://labs.adobe.com/downloads/flashplayer11.html
yeah dude, i definitely got the newest one that was released today. I only found out about waterfox yesterday when i did a reformat, and tried the link from in the OP. didnt work, and then i tried the one from adobes site from today, and that didnt work either.
post #585 of 7360
I've created an improved icon file for Waterfox as I don't like the jagged lines found on the current one; please find here:

http://cozmonort.deviantart.com/art/...icon-228266483

The .ico file can be found in the zip folder once downloaded. The Photoshop and Illustrator files are available on request.

Hope you like it
post #586 of 7360
Now that's an awesome icon. I haven't checked but is it the exact same size as the Firefox icon? One thing I think would be interesting to have is the little lights like the Aurora icon has to signify lighted cities. Have Waterfox being "night" and Firefox being "day".
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Originally Posted by Lord Venom View Post
Now that's an awesome icon. I haven't checked but is it the exact same size as the Firefox icon? One thing I think would be interesting to have is the little lights like the Aurora icon has to signify lighted cities. Have Waterfox being "night" and Firefox being "day".
Yeah, it's the same size with the exception that it hasn't got the little shadow underneath.

Interesting idea about the lights, I'm not sure how well they would work since the fox would cover most of them but I'll look into it.
post #588 of 7360
Just created a little comparison using a modified version of the Nightly logo.

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Originally Posted by Cozmoz View Post
Just created a little comparison using a modified version of the Nightly logo.

Very nice!
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Very nice indeed. It looks AWESOME now. As for the shadow, it should be possible to add a drop shadow or use Photoshop to copy the shadow from the Firefox icon and add to the Waterfox icon. At least, that's what I did when I was messing with the icon.
Edited by Lord Venom - 7/15/11 at 4:24pm
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