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mozilla.org releases Mozilla Milestone 0.9.4

Friday September 14th, 2001

mozilla.org today released Mozilla Milestone 0.9.4. New to this release is the ability to disable the JavaScript window.open() method during page load and unload events. You can find more information on what's new at the release notes.

Builds are available on mozilla.org's download page(or go right to the FTP directory).

A recent post to the Mozilla builds newsgroup explains that Netscape will continue to check into the 0.9.4 branch. Work continues on the trunk toward Mozilla 0.9.5.


#157 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: 1.0 is in the

by dman84

Tuesday September 25th, 2001 2:50 AM

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I say then there are several w3c standards beond MS - propreitary DOM that Mozilla supports. Check in with your peoples and see if they can switch.. its people like them that insist that propreitary is better way to move the world forward that use standards and make everyone happy. Its sounds to me that your all MS is the best way to go, despite they cant even fix the IIS worth a crap. Netscape browser/Mail client over MS IE/OE is way better on security and virus protecting. It supports all that MSIE/OE standards and more. So why is it so hard your that you cannot tell your peoples to get with standards, dont your voice count at your company. I guess they like to spend lots of expensive money on proprietary crap! when you can spent the less money and support all the standards like everyone else and still have a better browser experience. Look at SGI - gone, they thought that their proprietary Workstations at $100,000 a pop were better than a PC workstation costing 5-10 G's. Look where they ended up, I'd sure hate to work for a company that insists that management is right despite the employee's imput for suggesting better things which would/could/may get you fired for trying something that makes sense and is intuitive. Tell them to wake up! supporting proprietary formats don't get many companies very far. They either stay where they are at: small percentage or the others usually die trying.