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Get the Firefox Add-on compatibility reporter extension [addons.mozilla.org...]
It will allow you to disable compatibility checking of add-ons and then report back if they are working okay. Many add-ons will work just fine and only need the developer to version bump the add-on.
Of course your mileage will vary.
Apparently they've been around for a while, so I'm glad they're available for Macs now.
BTW: Is it okay for me to say I really like 'SummerWood', but went with 'ZedPlan' for now, or is the mere mention of a Persona such as 'SummerWood' against the TOS?
site 1 ¦ site 2 ¦site 3
Right click link in site two and select open in new tab and it does
site 1 ¦ site 2 ¦ new tab ¦site 3
site 1 ¦ site 2 ¦site 3 ¦new tab
AND . . . you can drag and reorder the tabs right to left.
If you want to go back to the old behavior with the tabs opening at the end, go into about:config and look for "browser.tabs.insertRelatedAfterCurrent" set this option to false.
One word of warning about personas, as of FF3.6 personas can not be used at the same time as you are using a custom theme. Previously you could use personas and custom themes together (with varying degrees of success). Now Firefox forces you to choose between using personas or a custom theme. There is nothing theme developers can do to override this.
All previous versions worked well, but this one doesn't open .htm files via Mac Finder. Even .htm files that are designated to be opened by FF by default do not open.
Also the PageSpeed addon is no longer compatible.
Wait for the next update of FF.
Thus far the only glitch I have found with Page Speed under FF3.6 that wasn't there under FF3.5.7 was that Page Speed is unable to tell you what CSS instructions aren't being used on the current page. Otherwise Page Speed is actually working faster for me on FF3.6 than it was on FF3.5
FF is still my default browser on Mac.
I'm going to experiment disabling add-ons. What a waste of time. :(