Kayne Bishop, on Nov 27 2009, 03:38 PM, said:
" Never have I ever had a problem with any site links that were saved as a bookmark in ANY browser version and I have used them all."
I don't know what the deal is exactly, but each time I try t sign in to myspace from Fire fox 2 I get a barrier that says i need to upgrade to FF 3 It does not happen on IE but yeah I hate IE I love Tab Mix Flash Got and down them all but I am not sure they are all compatible with FF3 - but yes i have had major trouble.
I am going to check the silver skin for FF 3 now though , Thanx.. Actually i wish there were a way to test FF3 out without over writing FF@ in case i want to go back.
MySpace has just started that notice about upgrading to latest Firefox if you are using an older version. I think it sucks that they are focing FF users to do that. Reminds me of the days when Microsoft used to force-feed screwed up pages/CSS if you weren't using IE. People finally got tired of it and those pages have disappeared for the most part.
You could download and use FF Portable version 3.5.5. It's close enough and runs rather nicely. I have version 126.96.36.199 installed normally and I installed the Portable version in the root directory of my hard drive. You can run it ok from a USB flash drive if you wish. Since it doesn't do any writing to the Registry like the big brothers, you don't have the install conflicts except on Vista I wasn't able to run both versions at the same time. Probably would have it both files were named the same.
I, too, would have like to tried the latest version more, but even trying to install an old version and the new one in different folders entirely, the install program looks for and finds the other and all that Profile and other stuff get overwritten. Haven't tried installing to separate drives, but probably would have a conflict even then.
I have seen the web page Broni pointed out, but just haven't had the time to try it. I'm sure it will work, but I want something a lot quicker than the steps shown.
Good luck with the skin.