Ticked off to the max-Upgrade woes!!
When I was ofered the upgrade to Hardy Heron I thought it was time to move ahead and sat through the 2+ hours it took.
Much to my consternation all of my customizations were lost including the ability to have full function of my Logitech Mouse buttons.
Then I fired-up the new Firefox, ver 3.b5, and things were even worse. 15 out of 22 add-ons don't work, half of the tool bar buttons are missing and when I right click on the tool bar and then customize the box with the buttons doesn't open. Basically speaking, FF is unusable as it is now.
I only have 3 questions;
1-Why, everytime I upgrade, I have to spend hours customizing my setup?
2-Is there an easy way to to recover my settings or do I have to do it one at a time?
3-How can I install an earlier version of FF, 18.104.22.168 preferably, and at least be able surf the way I want?
To say I'm very upset would be an understatement...
Thanks for any soothing advice,
Last edited by Romin-1; April 30th, 2008 at 04:52 PM.
"Basic research is what I'm doing when I don't know what I'm doing".
Which, in Ubuntu, is most of the time.
Abdominal Primate, Firefox 22.214.171.124, T-Bird 126.96.36.199>3.6G Dual, 3.2G RAM