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Oops..., have only just found the "Menu Bar" where I can check the About WaterFox, show v30.0. Which is interesting in itself as I haven't downloaded it.
Will try again.

Still would like to find out about saving currently open webpage though.

Cheers.
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Oops..., have only just found the "Menu Bar" where I can check the About WaterFox, show v30.0. Which is interesting in itself as I haven't downloaded it.
Will try again.

Still would like to find out about saving currently open webpage though.

Cheers.

I do not see the Add to Bookmarks in the menu bar options.
This might be part of the Austrais interface update that Mozilla introduced with Firefox 29.

You can always use the keyboard shortcut of Alt-D to bookmark the current page.

I did find an Extension that adds a star shaped Icon for add a bookmark. It could be that you had an older version of the add-on that is not compatible with the new version.

From the menu bar, click on tools, add-ons, get add-ons. Then search for "Add Bookmark Here" and install the add-on.

Where did you download Waterfox from? If not from the offical Waterfox page, https://www.waterfoxproject.org/ you might not have downloaded the latest version.

Chas
post #6033 of 7359
Actually, whilst at work today I noted that it is in Chrome that the Star shape is there. Oh well, can't win them all.

I did indeed download from the official page.
post #6034 of 7359
Are they going to fix Waterfox any time soon?
post #6035 of 7359
@thechas

Try the "Edit Bookmark Plus" addon. It adds some useful features to Firefox for adding and managing bookmarks.
Edited by Grumpigeek - 8/13/14 at 10:18pm
post #6036 of 7359

reply to myself.


WF v31???

No small icon WITH TEXT plus AiOS is now problematic ... so

Palemoon here I come again.....

 

Someone quit playing ...... ahh geez ... I'll get removed again so no profanity.

I'm back to v28 on WF and if no change in v32 to my liking, canned it will be.

too bad ... it's been good for me and family

time for Chrome?

    
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Yeah I don't know what the deal is with 31... It seems to be waiting longer to render pages and the interface has a delay before the buttons and menus start working. After it's running awhile it's ok though, but the seeming delayed render remains and the jittery scrolling before the page is done loading is worse than it was before. I haven't had any stability issues as of yet though.
post #6038 of 7359
I give up on Waterfox at least until they fix it.
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I give up on Waterfox at least until they fix it.

Likewise. It's a shame really.

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I give up on Waterfox at least until they fix it.

You know ColdRoll...that isn't giving up on anything if "until they fix it" is included. All the belly aching is pretty childish. Cheerleaders trying to get a mass exodus with "I am leaving!" and hoping for "me too!" from the masses. Alex takes the time to put out these builds within his time frame and with every attempt to alleviate issues...no promises, which is the case with many programs. It is open source, so you are encouraged to go it alone on your own route if having someone else do it for you is just to much to tolerate. Oh but you guys were leaving...ten posts ago...separation anxiety?
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