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|User since||May 24, 2010|
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Boo-yeah, baybay!! I recently upgraded from FF3 to FF5 in order to utilize a certain website properly. The upgrade process said that my RedShift was not compatible. No! Say it ain't so!! But, I decided to check Mozilla's add-ons page anyways and installed RedShift 4. And, by gum, it works. Now I'm back to my soft & soothing black and red.
Thanks to all who worked on and continued to upgrade RedShift for all of us!! *I* sure do appreciate it!!
oh dear, my-my... haven't we learned anything fm Microsoft yet?? Do not... EVER ... upsate anything until the powers that be have updated everything else that may go along with it!!!
From experience, when I (loosely & guardedly) "upgraded" my Firefox to ver 3.x... well, I lost access to my skin (that I liked immensely) and a coupla other add-ons (that I could do w/o)... but it all pee'ed me off to the point that I figured Mozilla to be just another MS rip-off.
Just remember, upgrades are towards the specific pgm, not any type of plug-in or add-on. Open Source does NOT guarantee compatibility to shite.
Mozilla Rules!! Firefox Rules!!! Just give 'em a coupla weeks/months to get the rest into gear (natch meaning the creators of aforesaid plugs & adds to update yer frakin stuff, dudes!!!)