Mozilla 1.1 Alpha Released
Tuesday June 11th, 2002
mozilla.org today released the first post-1.0 milestone of Mozilla, Mozilla 1.1 Alpha. This release is coming off the trunk, and is not part of the 1.0 branch. There will likely be a 1.0.1 release off the branch at a later date. (Confused about how milestone numbers work after 1.0? Take a look at the Roadmap for a clearer picture.)
1.1a has a number of performance and UI fixes that took place on the trunk but didn't make it to the branch, like fastloading XUL, improved download manager control, and a number of other fixes. To see a more complete list of what's new, check out the Release Notes, or grab a build for yourself from either the Releases Page or the FTP Site and try it out.
#13 Re: Running both?
Wednesday June 12th, 2002 3:36 AM
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You can very well run two (or many more :-) ) versions of Moz on your machine. just: 1) I wouldn't run them all at the same time 2) *Do not* share accounts. Install into a different dir, and start Moz with
"path-to-mozmozilla.exe" -profilemanager .
Then make a new account, e.g. Shimrod_1.1A and re-enter your info. You can copy things loke bookmark file and such. You can even configure the Moz shortcut to start with this specific account, I just don't remember how. Searching google or so should help.