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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.


#94 Re: redraw problems MUCH worse now with .98

by fuzzygorilla

Wednesday February 6th, 2002 9:39 AM

You are replying to this message

> Sorry, I don't know bug numbers... I know, I'm not a team player

It is not really a matter of being a 'team player', it is just that the way you phrased your initial question: 'the redraw problems which have never been fixed'; led me to believe you knew that there was a bug open on the problem.

My recommendation is that you go to the Bugzilla and open a Bugzilla account (if you have not already) <http://bugzilla.mozilla.org/createaccount.cgi> . Then use the Bugzilla Helper to file a bug on your problem <http://www.mozilla.org/quality/help/bug-form.html> . This will allow you to know a bug number that you can follow to track the progress on fixing the redraw problems you are seeing. If another bug matches your problem then the bug triagers will mark it a duplicate with a pointer to the matching open bug. The developers may have questions for you, so watch for Bugzilla mail.

You don't have to have a URL to point the Mozilla developers to - you can attach your HTML document to the bug for them to examine. Please try to make sure you include as specifically as possible the actions the testers will need to take to duplicate the behavior you are seeing.

This shouldn't take more than 15-20 minutes of time and it will help you and Mozilla out. It is almost as simple as posting to MozillaZine :-)