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    "V17 has some kind of style problem"

    November 20, 2012  |   By kimada17


    - I've been using it for years so I'm used to it.
    - It's easy to set up accounts for all the services I use.


    Can't seem to use the same Windows style I'm using.


    I just got a notice today of an upgrade to version 17. Went ahead and installed it, and now suddenly the interface looks different; apparently it is not using the Windows style I have set up and I can't find a way to change it either in the Menu or Options. This may be a bug, but trying to find a place on Mozilla's huge website to report it or even ask about it just takes too long so I went back to V16, and the style has returned. With these frequent and unpredictable updates (version *17*?) I really wish there was a decent alternative...

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