I searched for the early versions of FF 3 and I found and installed 3.0.19 and so far, so good (but I've barely started to use it).
One thing I notice about ALL the version 3's that I've been running is that if there is a graphic on the web-page I'm looking at (like a .jpg) then when I move the page up and down (using scroll wheel or slide bar) then there's a white line drawn across the image where it was being clipped by the top or bottom of the window. So if half of an image is currently in view, if I use my scroll wheel to move the entire image into view, then there will be a white line across the middle of image. The slower I scroll the page, the more white lines get drawn across the image. This I can't tolerate.
I think this white-line problem is talked about here:
But I'm not sure if or how it was resolved.
I did a search here in the win-98 forum for "firefox" but I don't see hardly any threads with firefox in the subject line, and the advanced search function doesn't give me the ability to search just the subject line. Am I correct that not too many people here use Firefox? Or are they sticking with version 2? Or does version 3.x work so well that nobody has posted any issues?
Edited by wsxedcrfv, 05 December 2010 - 08:56 AM.