Tuesday November 17th, 1998
Well, first things first, I would like to say hi, and welcome to the new site. Chris and I are combining forces to bring you the best news possible for Mozilla.
On that note, I will direct your attention to the new Screenshots Page, which has just been updated to include new shots of the GTK Seamonkey. The new ones show the newly enabled transparency support. GTK Seamonkey is moving in leaps and bounds, and is getting closer and closer to the Win32 version, which is currently the farthest ahead.
(BTW: Seamonkey is now the name of NGLayout + XPFE + other stuff)
#5 Re:Screenshots Updated
by David Hallowell <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Tuesday November 17th, 1998 4:46 PM
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Two questions: First I thought that Mozilla wasn't meant to have the Netscape 'N' logo on it as it is reserved for officially branded Netscape Communicator/Navigator products and Mozilla has it's own throbber.
Second I thought Mozilla was getting rid of its toolbar full of buttons for a more simpler approach. In other words a default of only back forward reload and stop. With the option to customise it to the preferences.
My currently compiled version of Mozilla (lesstif + old layout engine) has both the Mozilla throbber and the customisable toolbars. But I am excited in the progress GTK is making and I personally think the move to a free toolkit was a good thing. It's good to see we're catching up with the Windows version.