mozilla.org Branches for 1.0
Tuesday April 9th, 2002
mozilla.org today cut the MOZILLA_1_0_0_BRANCH for 1.0 to use. Expect to see an RC1 candidate sometime next week in order to see where the builds are as far as stability and usability. Work will continue on the branch up until the final 1.0 release, and beyond for point releases. An updated roadmap will be posted soon reflecting this. The trunk is now open to 1.1 alpha work, on the road to 2.0!
#79 IE has some advantages as well
Friday April 12th, 2002 3:44 PM
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Pah... pages should NEVER EVER use transparent spacers! They should use CSS, which is much better, because it allows relative spacers (e.g. one and a half line heights), that scale together with the font-size of the page, unlike absolute ones (pixels) that always stay the same.
In IE I can go backwards hitting the fourth button of my mouse. Not that I like IE, but Mozilla can't get close to this kind of comfort (I'm afraid).