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Old version of Firefox #1012123
04/27/15 12:25 PM
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Does anyone know what the old version of Firefox was before the Chrome copy update versions? The reason I'm asking is because I just did a complete reinstall of Windows 7.

Last edited by Smiley456; 04/27/15 01:32 PM.
Re: Old version of Firefox [Re: Smiley456] #1012136
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This might help: Firefox Revision History


Did you ever stop to think and then forget to start again?
Re: Old version of Firefox [Re: Smiley456] #1012196
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Perhaps your answer is here
http://www.zdnet.com/article/mozilla-moves-australis-themed-firefox-29-to-beta/
where it's talking about Firefox 29 and says
Quote:
Australis is Mozilla's effort to bring a cleaner look to the browser and includes a new "customisation mode" in the pop-out settings menu, which hosts standard tools and provides a space for third-party add-ons to be installed.


Computerworld also says Firefox 29 with its "Australis" UI sent people looking for other browsers.
http://www.computerworld.com/article/248...ternatives.html

So maybe you're looking for Firefox 28.

However what I do is use a recent Firefox with the "Classic Theme Restorer" and "Downloads Window" add-ons and make it look like an old version.

Re: Old version of Firefox [Re: Smiley456] #1012497
04/30/15 03:37 AM
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Yeah, version 28 is the correct one. I already run the laptop with the new Firefox version with the same add-ons as you do Jenny.

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