Hello Sally George, if the unzipped file is named (1) in the
end, you already have one copy of TenFourFox7450-24.5.0.app on your
desktop or in whichever folder you unzipped. Close TenFourFox. Then
put the file named TenFourFox7450-24.5.0.app into you Applications
folder (this is all that's necessary to "install" it) and start it
from there. If About TenFourFox says 17.x, you're still on a pretty
old and outdated version. Once you have TenFourFox7450-24.5.0.app
in your Applications folder, you can erase the old 17.x
Thanks Chris. Your answer to Sally's question is really useful. I wish this instruction was on the page where we get the download. Version 7450 on my G4 Mac - I am going from 31.5 to 31.8. I normally do not expect to do a minor security upgrade this way.
Hooray. upgrade complete - I opened my upgraded Browser and it reopened my windows and tabs exactly as when quit before upgrade. Here is a trick some may find useful: When you unzip your upgrade application on the Mac it may have the same name as the older version in your application folder. No need to remove old version from folder. Just select it and right click to "get info". Then add "-OLD" to the application name. Now you can drop the upgrade version into the Application folder without problem. -Cheers!
Chris, unfortunately the quick-dial as you describe it now
requires operating system features that are not available. This
changed between 31 and 38, so the tab has been replaced with a
blank page. You might consider using the bookmarks bar for this.
on 11 Aug, 2015 04:17 PM
Cheers for that. It's a shame, but at least I know and won't be trying
to get it to work.
Oh well… that's something else I've got to work out how to use....
Bookmarks. I've never bothered before. There were enough 'windows' (if
that's not a dirty word?) in the quick dial (that's what Opera call it).