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Firefox 2.0.0.1


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I downloaded Firefox onto both my Macs. But on the eMac there are separate tabs up top. So you can just point the cursor on an individual tab to either close it or open it or go back to the one you were looking at before. I hope that made sense.
On the ibook, those tabs are not there. It's working like safari. Why is that?
I still have safari on the ibook but it's just sitting in the applications folder. I didn't want to trash it. On the emac, firefox is the only one I have.
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They are called "tabs", turn them on in Firefox, it's under Options in one of the menus on top. Safari has Tabs as well, you just have to turn them on in Safaris preferences.


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Thanks, I didn't know that. Hmm.. guess I can go back to using safari then on the ibook
Both browsers work fine tho. I just wanted something different and I like those tabs.
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