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Old 10-22-2007, 09:36 AM   #3
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It is a security and stability update, so you should be nagged until you update. (It is quite painless).
No, updating is not painless - every time that happens, Firefox insists on loading an extra page that it has done an update (I know! dammit). Sometimes this even destroys my session. When I close the tab and kill the session (or have to), it consistently "forgets" that tab was closed, and it comes up again. And again. And yet again. Every time I reload the session, it comes up again, even though I close that tab - again, and again and again.

This is so not painless I have now turned off automatic update checking (except for plugins). I'll have a look every now and then.

   
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