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Mozilla Wlready Working on Firefox 4.0.1 Update

Of course, it has almost become a tradition at Mozilla that a quick fix will follow shortly after the introduction of a major release. Version 4.0.1 (and 5.0) are already in the works.

According to a developer post, Firefox RC1 is now officially Firefox 4 final. A Java bug that was initially listed as a blocking bug was removed from eth blocker list and will now be fixed with Firefox 4.0.1. there is even some talk about Firefox 5, which is targeted for a late Q2 release: Mozilla's Jeff Walden said that Mozilla un-reserved some JavaScript keywords for Firefox 5 and ECMAScript 5, which should give programmers more application flexibility. Developers can test the change in the latest nightly build for Firefox 4 b13-pre.   

Firefox is about 5 - 6 months behind schedule and Mozilla will have to battle IE9 and Chrome 10 for market share. Over the past months, Chrome has been consistently gaining ground, while Mozilla clearly suffered because of the delay of Firefox 4.  
  

  • applegetsmelaid
    Spell check my friend!
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  • sigma3d
    Wlready!
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  • Zatanus
    Ok, cool. But is yet too crashy. Almost all days I turn on my HTPC TV Screen and found a crash report with the restar firefox option... :(
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  • Nesto1000
    sigma3dWlready!Indeed my friend.... ;)
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  • alidan
    fire fox loseing ground?

    lets see here.

    flashy bs websites, i use in chrome, because its just easier than dealing with them in firefox
    flash video, i use chrome, because firefox tends to hate flash for me.

    anything else? i use forefox. chrome is a back up browser to me, that i use when i demand to much ot of firefox and it gets lagy.
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  • xambron
    sigma3dWlready!He beat me to it. That's all I really had to say besides Chrome.
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  • dtemple
    Maybe "Wlready" is a secret.... the successor to Firefox is Waterwalrus.
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  • dragonfang18
    eth!
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  • icepick314
    instead of Mozilla working on the bugfix, Toms should learn how to use the spell check instead...
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  • I love how this made it onto google news as the top of the list in a series of similar Wrticles...
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