Sunday, November 9, 2014

Happy birthday to us

Celebrating the fourth anniversary of our first release, 4.0b7, on November 8, 2010. Here's hoping for another!


  1. Happy belated birthday and thank you for all your hard work Classic! Keep up the great work :)

  2. Happy Birthday!

    T4Fx saved me back then when the last pieces of Flock were finally dying and Opera 10.10 could no longer handle Facebook.

    Been with you since then and now on version 31.

    BTW! TenFourFox 17 for Intel still runs on Yosemite 10.10. ;-)

  3. Speaking of Yosemite, I see that Safari allows HTML DRM for Netflix. When HTML DRM comes to Firefox my hope would be that TFF would also support this, at least in low bitrate formats like 480i.
    I am going to play around with changing the user agent string to make it think it is safari in Yosemite and see what happens.

    1. I assume you mean EME. If the EME DRM module is open source (doubtful), then a very strong maybe. If it's closed source, it's almost certainly compiled for Intel, which means it won't work.

  4. No go with Netflixs with FF, but I found out that Chrome supports netflixs without Silverlight so I purged Silverlight completely and will rely on Chrome just for movies.


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