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Say I have Firefox 3 Beta 5 installed on a MacBook.

How would I upgrade it to Firefox RC 1?

Is there an easier way than: uninstalling it, downloading the .dmg file from http://www.mozilla.com/en-US/firefox/all-rc.html then installing it again?
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Download the dmg and drag the app into you applications folder. It'll write over your existing firefox app.

Doesn't get much easier than that.
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So I do this?:

Download the .dmg file.

Drag it into the Applications folder.

I wait.

It's done?
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Double-click the dmg-file to open it and then drag the Firefox-icon inside to the Applications folder.
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In Firefox go to Help>Check for Updates.

Firefox will download and install any update/s.
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