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I am using Firefox-4.0b9 from /testing. I never deleted the old profile from 3.6x days. I just noticed that the Slackware identifier icon is now just a generic Linux icon. I checked in about:config, and the general.useragent.extra.linux string is still set to Slackware Linux.
Is there something different to do for FF-4x? This isn't a real problem, just an annoying matter of pride.
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Distribution: Slackware 14 is Main OpSys on Main PC, 2ndary are OpenSuSe 13 and SolydK
Same here all around. no fix yet.... do like the beta tho except for search bar and status bar 0 search bar crashes sometimes and even with Status4Ever mouseover links still show in addy bar and are usually truncated, but pride is definitely an issue and I hope soon fixed
For some reason, the beta version from firefox doesn't support the icon thing,
even if it's set in about:config
I'm using 4.0b10pre, and have the same problem.
However when I use the latest version, not beta, it works.
identified Firefox with that useragent string. Last night, I was going nuts trying to find out where it is, and I still don't know where this string is in Firefox. On a Windows forum, somebody was having trouble with something I now have forgotten. Creating that new string was what was suggested. So I just modified it a bit to see what would happen. I knew I could always delete it from prefs.js if it didn't work. I got lucky!