I've noticed that a critical feature is missing in Mozilla: the ability to toast socks! Today, I removed my socks from my feet, and inserted them into Mozilla, only to have them come out the same cold, white foot-comforters they were before. If there's one thing that Mozilla really needs, it's a sock toaster. Steps to Reproduce: 1) Remove socks from feet 2) Insert socks into Mozilla 3) Pull out socks when bell rings Expected Results: Toasty socks Actual Results: Untoasty, cold and dreary socks. I can't stress enough what an important feature this is. When I ask myself, "Can Mozilla toast my socks?" I have to say no, and that saddens me deeply. All I ask is a simple sock toaster. Thank you for your time. -M
Funny, but INVALID. I recommend ironing your socks before wearing them as a workaround. =:->
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 16 years ago
Resolution: --- → INVALID
Workaround: install Mozilla on a Windooze box with a Pentium 4 (2 GHz and more recommended). Stuff both socks as close as you can to the cpu (over the heatsink, blocking the cpu vent if there is one). Start your favorite game (Quake, Doom, ..) and frag a few enemies. Tadaa !
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
Jo's comment wins. --> closing 8)
Status: VERIFIED → CLOSED
Mozilla should roast my shorts
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