We’ll have to wait a little longer to get our hands on the next version of arguably the best cross-platform open source web browser around.
That’s Firefox, by the way.
Version 2’s release date has been shifted back to 24th October due to some pesky fixes that needed doing. Always the way, eh? It was originally due for release two days ago (15th August).
Builder.com reports that bugs still to be fixed included visual refresh, panel preferences, tab overflow, spell check, and anti-phishing features.
Testing of version 2 beta is underway now, until 22nd August.
I’m sure it had nothing at all to do with the Firefox crop circle.