- Nov 14, 2007
I do have a MAC (Actually my wife does).Aw come on Dodge, just get a mac, and you'll have your menu bar in every single application!
DodgerKing said:I do have a MAC (Actually my wife does).
It was those darn floating tool bars that you used to never be able to lock into the window that first turned me off with Mac OS.
Speaking of Google Chrome, without looking, do you know what version they're up to ? Companies used to follow the unofficial system of going from 1.x to 2.x and so on involved substantial changes or addition of features. Going from 1.x to 1.y was bug fixes. I rarely notice any changes in Chrome or FF (don't use FF as much anymore though). Sure, I know there's behind-the-scenes changes though.
As long as they do not do with Chrome does and remove the menu bar option. The only reason I do not use Chrome is because they do not have a menu bar.Firefox is changing with v10. It will be considered a long term release. Those that want to stay on the fast path, will be able to move to v11, v12, etc. The fixes will be back ported to v10, which will become v10.0.1, v10.0.2, etc. I'm not sure when they'll push the v10 users up to a newer release, but I believe you'll get at least 18 months on v10 before being told to change. This change came about because companies have been complaining loudly to Mozilla about this rapid release cycle.