firefox on my macbook pro?

im wondering how firefox will run on my macbook pro version 10.6.7,does anyone use firefox and how do u find it?

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To answer all your questions;
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think i will try it

thanks,i had firefox on my pc but when i updated to 4.0 it kept freezing,thats why i asked how do u find it,i have chrome at the moment so i will give firefox another go

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(NT) Let us know how it works out for you
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no facebook chat

hi,i downloaded firefox but couldnt get facebook chat,it just wasnt there.

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I'm running firefox on a window box and

I don't have facebook chat either.

think it's a plot?


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I have it

in Firefox 4.0.1. You should see that the preferences have accept cookies and do not block pop-ups (maybe useless, but just in case). I guess, it is some preference setting that is different from mine. Play with it and see if chat appears.

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ok thanku,il have another go,having said that i do have it in chrome and im not having any probs with it,its just that iv always thought ff had the edge over chrome,any thoughts anyone???

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i give up

nope had it now,iv got chat in chrome and in safari but firefox wont have it,i think il stick with chrome and safari as a backup.

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No problem!

IMHO, all browsers are more or less the same. Just choose your favorite one(s) and enjoy web surfing.
FYI, I have Firefox chat on two different machines, both running 10.6.7.

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