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Mozilla 0.9.8 Released

Monday February 4th, 2002

Mozilla.org today released Milestone 0.9.8 of Mozilla. This release includes the new OS rendered classic theme on Mac OS X and Windows XP, a partial rewrite of the addressbook adding a quicksearch and additional printing enhancements, support for MNG animations, DOM Inspector on the Mac, dynamic theme switching, inline CSS support in composer, and so much more. You can check out the release notes for more information on what's changed and other issues.

Builds are available on mozilla.org's releases page, or on the FTP Server.

With 0.9.8 released, attention turns to 0.9.9, which many believe to be the last milestone prior to 1.0.


#125 Re: Thanks, dude.

by asa <asa@mozilla.org>

Thursday February 7th, 2002 2:35 AM

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I'm not sure which one you want to be the default. The simple interface is for advanced users who know what kinds of information to include in a report. It is faster to use and for those people who report hundreds (or in the case of a few people, thousands) of bugs the time savings using the simple interface is valuable. The more complex interface that holds your hand and explains all the fields is linked from the largest, most prominent link at the Bugzilla front page <http://bugzilla.mozilla.org/> because we hope that people who don't have experience will use the helper which usually results in much more useful bug reports.

--Asa