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Tim Clark
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Firefox 2.0.0.4 for U3 is now available

Firefox 2.04 is now available on the u3.com download site.
See:
http://software.u3.com/Product_Details.aspx?ProductId=316&Selection=6&La...

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Unsupported

It should be noted that this is NOT a PortableApps.com release and is completely unsupported.

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Sorry John

Sorry John if I implied that it was.
I thought it would be obvious from the fact that folks had to go to the U3 site to get it.

I have not used the U3 version since you convinced me to move to FF2.

I am perfectly happy with your FFP2 and don't intend to switch.

It runs perfectly well from my U3 drive.

I just thought some of the other folks might want to know.

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I know

Just not sure how to handle it as people are coming here think it IS supported by someone, when it's actually not... and I'm sure not going to support a multi-billion dollar company's closed platform for free.

I may have to 'officially' drop U3 support and ask them to pull my other apps to avoid confusion. I don't think anyone would be that surprised since I stopped updating a while ago, U3 is losing hardware partners and Sandisk announced that U3 is being end-of-lifed next year.

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Drop it

John, you should just drop the whole U3 thing, I'm sure that not that many people would miss it. And maybe, just maybe, they'll stop using U3 and start using FOSS instead (like PAM).
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