July 06, 2012 The Mozilla developers seem to have sabotaged Firefox by allowing a broken Flash player to update. The results is that you can no longer view Youtube videos straight out from the Youtube site, you may as embeds. This is the results of a buggy Adobe Flash plugin that the Mozilla developer team has overlooked. The plugin at question, is the 32 bit version of 11.3.300.262 installed on a 64 bit Windows 7 machine seems to be, "The Firefox video buster." Unfortunately you are unable to download 11.3.300.257 because it is impossible to find on the Adobe site. If you should have updated to version 11.3.300.262 you have disabled viewing at least 2 flash components: Youtube video from the Youtube site and non movie embeds. The only exception are movies which are embeds - they play. Mozilla says this is a security issue however loyal Firefox users are so frustrated, they are migrating to other browsers. If you can play videos, this means you have not updated your Flash addon. Mozilla addon admin area allows you to click to update your addons from the Mozilla site. Why did Mozilla not keep the Flash player which worked, available? They could have redirected you to a page which stated "Flash player update disabled. The latest version of Flash player is not compatible with Firefox. To test how an embed works check this page: ">talkingmanuals.com/discussions/ (this is an embedded Flash movie) Your funky Flash plugin will play this embed see right of page.
June 18, 2012 - Version 13.01 Version 13.01 Fixes multi-column display
June 14, 2012 - Version 13.00 Pos: Firefox has to best font rendering of all of the browsers. I will demonstrate this in the coming days. Cons: Plugins may cause crashes and version 13 does not comply with CSS multi-column standards, however Safari, Opera and Chrome do show multi-columns. (Fixed)