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Mozilla Firefox 2 Beta 2 Milestone Released

Friday September 1st, 2006

Mozilla Firefox 2 Beta 2 has been released. This milestone for developers and testers includes a visual refresh of the theme and user interface. Other features new to Firefox 2 include phishing protection, search suggestions, session restore, support for JavaScript 1.7, Live Titles for bookmarks (using microsummaries) and a new Windows installer. For more information, refer to the Mozilla Firefox 2 Beta 2 Release Notes, and the release announcement at the Mozilla Developer News weblog, which includes download links.


#30 Re: hello

by leafdigital

Tuesday September 5th, 2006 3:16 AM

You are replying to this message

1) No, k-meleon is something different, ignore it.

2) Seamonkey is the new name for what used to be Mozilla. If you search for it you'll find how to get it.

3) There is little chance that your webmail signon will work any better in Seamonkey than Firefox, they use the same web rendering engine.

4) You appear to be making the mistake of assuming that your own experience due to one bizarre bug that probably affects only your system is the same for everyone. For most people, Firefox works fine.