OK, give me a minute to rant.
Based on Firefox 0.9.3? OK, we've got a recent Gecko build date of 20041122, so I'm guessing that's just been left in there since development started. AOL's fault for not updating one simple aspect of the language pack.
When was the last time we had the square Netscape icon? Late 2001, I believe! AOL's fault for using an outdated logo.
Hmm, Firefox 0.5.6+. Probably a Netscape milestone, not a Firefox milestone, and AOL's fault for not re-branding the UA correctly.
And if that weren't enough, the number of default UA widgets is awful! All that valuable browsing space taken up by useless junk.
And then I noticed, during installation, the file "flash.ocx". They're using ActiveX, in a Netscape-branded browser? Here's what I have to say to that: stupid, stupid AOL! Speaking of the installer, what was wrong with the Firefox installer? They've apparently packaged it using Nullsoft Installer instead.
P.S. Has anyone noticed that the default theme is code-named Aluminum, but calls itself Firefox?
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