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typedef



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Download FireFox 6 and try it. It's too fast and I love it.

+1 for Mozilla Very Happy Laughing


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Post 18 Aug 2011, 22:32
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Enko



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They released the 5th version some month ago....common really? what happened with 5.0,0.1, 5.0.0.2, etc.... They want to go over the IE 9, like FireFox 11, but gotcha.. opera has 11.5 inches
Post 19 Aug 2011, 03:20
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I tested it, I can't notice much diference with chrome. So It's faster than before.

Now that firefox has tabs on the top of the url bar, and not on the botton like in old version 1,2 and 3... it looks much more like google chrome.
Even the title bar was removed.

The main visual diference is that firefox has a search toolbar. And the reload button is located in the right of the url bar (like IE) and not like firefox 1,2,3 or even chrome. Why? Because if they put it there, where it always was, it will look 90% like chrome.
Post 19 Aug 2011, 03:47
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I have a 5.0.1 installer dated 9.08.2011. Yesterday I downloaded the 6.0 (to my surprise because there was no warning they were going to release it).
http://xkcd.com/934/
Post 19 Aug 2011, 05:47
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When all else fails, read the source


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I don't care about browser speed. Indeed I don't notice any difference between browsers for speed. None. All my browsing is limited by my connection speed, not by my computer. So where do you all see this speed difference? Is it perhaps that evil JS thing with all sorts of fancy menus and other pointless dressings?

My advice: Turn off JS. Whoa! Internet is now fast, even with really really old browsers! Wink
Post 19 Aug 2011, 07:42
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DOS386



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revolution wrote:
My advice: Turn off JS. Whoa! Internet is now fast, even with really really old browsers! Wink


My advice to webmasters (Intel & Co): remove JS and Flash from your content, or make it optional only at least. Whoa! Internet is now fast, your visitors don't waste almost daily time with "updates" of Flash crap player Wink


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Post 19 Aug 2011, 07:52
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Whoa! Firefox menu in Euskara looks interesting. Very Happy
Post 19 Aug 2011, 13:23
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When all else fails, read the source


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DOS386 wrote:
My advice to webmasters (Intel & Co): remove JS and Flash from your content, or make it optional only at least. Whoa! Internet is now fast, your visitors don't waste almost daily time with "updates" of Flash crap player Wink
Whoa! Even the direct link does not work now. WTF Intel! Crying or Very sad
Post 19 Aug 2011, 13:45
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revolution wrote:
Whoa! Even the direct link does not work now. WTF Intel! Crying or Very sad
To me everything works perfectly (I'm using Chrome) but I'm stubborn and don't listen to good advices (I have JavaScript and Flash turned on). Razz Mr. Green
Post 19 Aug 2011, 14:02
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Enko



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Revolution, here is the reason why it doesn´t work for you:


http://img31.imageshack.us/img31/3757/revnojs.png


You need no have flash enabled.


and one thing... how do you save the manual?

In their flash plugin, there is no option for saving the pdf manual, only print.

seriously, wtf intel. They got us F in the A.

it was working 2 weeks ago.
Post 19 Aug 2011, 15:49
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mh... FALSE ALARM!!!!

There is a small arrow pointing down, its for downloading.
here is the direct link:
http://www.intel.com/content/dam/doc/manual/64-ia-32-architectures-software-developer-vol-1-manual.pdf
Post 19 Aug 2011, 15:54
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Enko wrote:
Revolution, here is the reason why it doesn´t work for you:


http://img31.imageshack.us/img31/3757/revnojs.png


You need no have flash enabled.
Thanks for the picture. And it is more than just have Flash enabled, I would have to install it also. Wink Which I have no desire to do just to read a document.

So where is the button to download the document into your HDD? Can one still download the thing or do we now need to have an always-on Internet connection just to read a simple document?
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Oh, nevermind, I see the download link now. It is not exactly obvious what it is though. Especially as it is "over there" with all the social networking buttons.
Post 19 Aug 2011, 16:06
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to all of you with javascript paranoia, there's a firefox addon that docks on the bottom of ff's window and has options like flash, silverlight, jscript, images, css, and proxy.
Post 19 Aug 2011, 17:32
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One example for "offline" documents. Note the /en_US/ fragment:
http://www.intel.com/Assets/en_US/PDF/manual/248966.pdf

I'm 90% sure, there was no download link there just 4 days ago. I checked through the source (Ctrl+U) when I couldn't find it visually (how normal people should do it).
Post 19 Aug 2011, 18:03
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typedef wrote:
to all of you with javascript paranoia, there's a firefox addon that docks on the bottom of ff's window and has options like flash, silverlight, jscript, images, css, and proxy.

only revolution in this forum have javascript paranoia. And I guess he thinks that fbi are traking your activity through cookies.
Post 19 Aug 2011, 19:50
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Post 19 Aug 2011, 21:03
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DOS386



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> only revolution in this forum have javascript paranoia

Me too Smile

> Oh, nevermind, I see the download link now. It is not exactly
> obvious what it is though. Especially as it is "over there" with
> all the social networking buttons.

I usually ignore such F-word-like areas of webpages Neutral

PS: FireFox 6 doesn't support WeBP (Opera does since 11.10)
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typedef wrote:
Download FireFox 6 and try it. It's too fast and I love it.
Just started using FF6 today. Yeah it is a bit faster than the previous versions. Razz
Post 22 Aug 2011, 10:53
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If only a bit, try the 64-bit FF9 @ http://nightly.mozilla.org/
Its *a bit* moar faster Smile
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