[QUOTE=Zod;2610834]Yah the plugins thing is a non-issue. In the plugin file they can put max version to run on. When firefox change the numbering system, it cause some issues with people who coded them as max version 5.xx or something like that. Now that they know firefox is pumping out the version numbers, they can just set the maxversion higher. It’s not like the updates to firefox are actually breaking the plugins.
I too would like to see a 64 bit version though.[/QUOTE]
Not sure where your usage experiences come from but plugins only work when the programmers get to test their plugins to work with FF and if the FF changes the programming plugins have to play catchup to work. So saying non-issue is quite disingenuous to all users of plugins. No plugin is 100% working if the plugin programmers don’t test to see if it work in new browser that is why plugin break. That is a fact what worked in previous browser will not work in a new browser especially when the browser programming has been changed or updated. We need to know not everyone uses plugins but those that do will experience plugins breaks if the browser changes programming enough that will require a reprogramming of the plugin to work. That is why FF has the updated addons option on there otherwise why would they even have that feature???