The funny thing is I didn't try it out for the features. But because it was another 32 bit FF derivative. I wanted to see if I could get a fast FF that would scroll easily with HW accel. enabled. So far it's working fine except for sites giving the "we don't support FF 11 anymore so upgrade" msg.
Maybe I'll try Cyberfox 32 bit.
I haven't heard of Cyberfox.
I'll try to look into it.
I've been running Cyberfox 64 bit. It keeps up to date with the FF current version. The only real issue so far is the scrolling hangs unless you untick "use hw accel." in Options.
On CometBird I did find a user agent AddOn that fakes out Outlook. Only thing is I have to set it every time it opens. It won't remember to use Firefox 35. So either way I have to do extra clicks.
Edit: I got Outlook and Gmail to quit complaining using about:config
and set it to a user agent string. I'm using
Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.3; rv:35.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/35.0
for FF 35.0 in Windows. I'm assuming NT 6.3 means Windows 8
The string I got both "35.0"s were "36.0" but I changed 'em to "35.0"
Seems to work so far. The advantage is it remembers it on restart.