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Mozilla's Foxfire Browser

by nondaj / October 17, 2004 6:15 AM PDT

On Win XP Pro SP2 Pentium 4

Using Foxfire broweser and like it very much. However, frequently get a small popup window that says "no data in this document" and so have to refresh or start over again to access the site I want.

Anyway I can eliminate this not big but annoying problem?

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Re: Mozilla's Firefox Browser
by Yew / October 17, 2004 6:23 AM PDT

First off, it's a small thing, but it seems to be one of my little pet peeves. It's FireFOX, not Foxfire.

Secondly, your problem is one with the website, not the browser. There's nothing you can do about it besides what you have been doing.

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Re: Mozilla's Firefox Browser
by nondaj / October 17, 2004 11:30 AM PDT

Oh I can appreciate pet peeves no matter how small. How I ever started calling Foxfire instead of Firefox I will never know. So will have to shape up here:) And thanks for the tip - will just have to keep on keepin' on.

Being an ESL teacher and into how languages sound, I think Foxfire has a smoother sound than Firefox so I guess I opted for sound rather than correctness:)

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