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Thread: FireFox 3.5 Released!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by buffalo View Post
    That is the biggest reason that I haven't done the upgrade yet. I rely heavily on Snap Links (https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/4336) and don't think I could manage very well without it. I'm looking for another version of SnapLinks that will work on 3.5, but no luck so far.
    Oh my gosh, this is amazing! This will make forum-browsing so much easier (especially when using the New Posts function).

    I hope it gets updated soon so that I can try it out.

    Let me know if you find a compatible version.

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    Well, after seeing a comment posted on the Add-On's page, I discovered that if you download Snap Links from their website -- mozdev.org - snaplinks: index -- you get a version that is compatible with Firefox 3.5. I'm using it for the first time and am LOVIN' it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nick View Post
    Well, after seeing a comment posted on the Add-On's page, I discovered that if you download Snap Links from their website -- mozdev.org - snaplinks: index -- you get a version that is compatible with Firefox 3.5. I'm using it for the first time and am LOVIN' it.
    See!! Once you start using Snap Links, you'll never want to be without it again!

    But when I upgraded from 3.0.11 (or whatever it was) to 3.5, the Snap Links worked just fine.

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    I downloaded another update yesterday.

    It was 3.56. And the day before yesterday there was 3.52.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Digital View Post
    I downloaded another update yesterday.

    It was 3.56. And the day before yesterday there was 3.52.

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    I'm on 3.5.2 and I checked for updates but it says there are none.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nick View Post
    Oh my gosh, this is amazing! This will make forum-browsing so much easier (especially when using the New Posts function).

    I hope it gets updated soon so that I can try it out.

    Let me know if you find a compatible version.
    I do something similar to this when spamming my way through Yahoo! Answers (JK it's not really spamming)

    But I am fine with using Right Click --> Open Target In New Tab. I can still answer like 7 questions at a time and therefore get my 60 question limit done in ten minutes
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    But I am fine with using Right Click --> Open Target In New Tab. I can still answer like 7 questions at a time and therefore get my 60 question limit done in ten minutes
    The middle mouse button opens links in new tabs by default.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Will.Spencer View Post
    The middle mouse button opens links in new tabs by default.
    But just one at a time. With Snap links, you can open an unlimited number of links in new tabs with one click.

    I really don't understand how people survive without it. I'm hoping it will soon be standard on all browsers.

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    I have upgraded my FF browser already.

  10. #30
    Quote Originally Posted by buffalo View Post
    But just one at a time. With Snap links, you can open an unlimited number of links in new tabs with one click.

    I really don't understand how people survive without it. I'm hoping it will soon be standard on all browsers.
    Thanks buffalo for talking about the SnapLinks addon as I've been using since you wrote this reply and I really couldn't live without it either

    I'm now checking out Firefox 3.5 and eventually some addons that will make it look like Firefox 2.X as I'm still not a big fan of their third version I prefer sticking with the second version
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