MozillaZine Now Online

Friday September 8th, 2000

Alphanumerica has started a new site for development and promotion of third-party Mozilla applications. is now live, with areas devoted to Alphanumerica's projects such as Aphrodite and the Theme Builder (now called Chameleon), as well as other third-party projects such as Fabula and Dino.

They have lots of great plans for the site, including CVS access and nightly XPI builds. If you have a Mozilla project that you're working on, visit Mozdev and they can help get you set up with an area of your own to promote your project!

#1 Chameleon

by Jake

Friday September 8th, 2000 5:09 PM

That's a slick name for a Mozilla Theme builder... Hopefully it will be good enough that you really can make it blend with anything you want... (Maybe then the "Native Widget" people (Mac, and Win32) will finally accept XUL :O)

Posted with 2000090708 on Win32.

#6 Re: Chameleon

by basic

Sunday September 10th, 2000 2:21 AM

This was one of the names suggested for what is now "Chromezone" a while back. Glad to see that the Chameleon has not been forgotten. :-)

#2 mozOffice is ALSO present :) n/t

by Kovu

Friday September 8th, 2000 6:30 PM


#5 Re: mozOffice is ALSO present :) n/t

by kerz

Saturday September 9th, 2000 8:33 PM

Yet no amiga port!

#8 You suck :) n/t

by Kovu

Sunday September 10th, 2000 3:36 PM


#3 As long as...

by jonde

Saturday September 9th, 2000 12:58 AM

As long as the scrollbars are native, I'm happy, but now they work like a slow slug! Native widgets work much better with my scroll mouse. So why not make it a pref? I would turn it on for sure.

#4 "Talkback"

by Brendon

Saturday September 9th, 2000 5:17 AM

I was just curious, is it possible to get the possibility to add a response for your own site?

Btw, mozilla's lookin' better than ever. Checkout the Dino! project page :)

#7 Oddly parochial though.

by lordpixel

Sunday September 10th, 2000 12:21 PM

No links to SVG, MathML, Chatzilla, XMLTerm, DocZilla etc etc.

Not under the same umbrella I know, but a shame there's no direct connection. It'd be nice to have a feel for just how many projects there are out there based around Mozilla.

A link to this would probably suffice!