Yep - I really like the tabbed option it's very nice.
I've been keeping a very close eye on Mozilla as I'm putting big money on AOL using a Mozilla based client very soon. I just can't ignore all those users :) Anyone know when exactly the AOL - MS browser deal ends? ... I think its very soon.
AOL's handling of this situation is becoming increasingly humorous... Management can't make up its mind when the switch from IE to Gecko will occur and the developers can't keep their mouths shut. Newsgroup posts refer to it and then get cancelled. Bugzilla entries for AOL/Gecko work appear and then get marked "confidential" and blocked from outside viewers. Compuserve 7.0 Beta appears with Gecko instead of IE and AOL says "oh, that's just a beta... we haven't made any strategic decisions yet. Nothing for MS to get alarmed about."
The irony is that AOL has spent all this money developing Gecko and Mozilla, and Sony may find itself with the largest Mozilla marketshare for a few months at least due to the Playstation 2 browser.
Since I upgraded memory to 512 it runs sweet as a nut - but it wasn't as sweet on 128.
Mouse overs done in DW which run OK on IE and Opera seem to stumble on Mozilla - almost like the 'preload' images bit isn't working. Probably just me though, couldn't be bothered to investigate.
I would happliy switch back to Opera if I could get the Positiontech site to work in Opera - tried all the settings suggested here, and gave up! I am on there 4-5 times a day, and its a b*gg*r to keep changing.
The other plus to both Moz and Opera is that you can't see the MSN page:)