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After nearly a decade of being a beta tester and a recipient of AUTOMATED FireFox updates, just 2 days ago I changed my preferences in FireFox ‘options’ so that I get notified of updates, but they are not automatically installed.
So, a few minutes ago I got a notification that FF 16.0.2 was available — which is not a surprise given what a disaster 16.0.1 has proved to be. I am going to be cautious. I will wait to read reaction on the Web BEFORE I do the deed.
So, this is a heads up to you all. PLEASE share your experiences with FireFox 16.0.2, hopefully ALL GOOD, with us. I will post them for you.
New Delicious Add-On installed in my FireFox 16.0.1.
There is a NEWDelicious bookmarkingadd-on that works with FireFox 16.0.1!
But, you don’t get it automatically even if you have the previous, now defunct, Delicious add-on installed (albeit disabled). That is crazy. There is NOT even a notification that a new version is available. Stuff like this drives me nuts. FireFox has an incredibly loyal user base — some of us who have been with them for over 10 years. Don’t be so hostile! Communicate. Help us, and we will help you.
When you install the add-on you will have to re-install the menu bar buttons IF you disabled them when Delicious stopped working with FireFox 16.0.1.
I haven’t used the add-on much at all, as yet. Just installed it a few minutes ago. Accessing Delicious via the menu bar icon seems to work. Haven’t tried to bookmark anything as yet.
Just a heads up, because I know that there is a lot of angst about Delicious and FireFox 16.0.1.