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1,536 bytes added, 16:28, 13 October 2006
rebuilt a small part of the FAQ
# Cesar
There is already an [ FAQ on mozilla] that probably wasn't properly linked in with Mozilla's FAQ page. Instead, I am going to make a list of asked questions on this page and mozilla can put it into their FAQ at their discretion.
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The newsgroup is more FAQ than discussion. So you can find the FAQ on [ mozilla]-->
== FAQ ==
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