New Moon vs Firefox Legacy?

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Re: New Moon vs Firefox Legacy?

Post by Kendo » 2021-01-30, 14:57

Anyone glancing at the content of its program folder will think it the same because the same files and folder structure is there, even in their developer edition.

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Re: New Moon vs Firefox Legacy?

Post by Moonchild » 2021-01-30, 16:02

Don't necro-post.
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Re: New Moon vs Firefox Legacy?

Post by Kendo » 2021-01-31, 08:46

Moonchild wrote:
2021-01-30, 16:02
Don't necro-post.
???

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Re: New Moon vs Firefox Legacy?

Post by jobbautista9 » 2021-01-31, 10:06

Rule 2d:
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Re: New Moon vs Firefox Legacy?

Post by Kendo » 2021-02-02, 08:24

Sorry but I posted into a thread where I thought that my observation was suited.

In fact I expected some intelligent and constructive input as to why they may look similar when there is so much mentioned about them being different.

If i wanted to talk to the dead, I would have started a seance.

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Re: New Moon vs Firefox Legacy?

Post by New Tobin Paradigm » 2021-02-02, 08:32

Ok.. The latter is Old and Insecure the former is Old, Insecure, half-assed, run by criminal hackers and thieves.

There you go.
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Re: New Moon vs Firefox Legacy?

Post by Moonchild » 2021-02-02, 11:15

Kendo wrote:
2021-02-02, 08:24
If i wanted to talk to the dead, I would have started a seance.
:problem:

OK, time to lock this, I guess.
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