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Mozilla 1.1 Released

Monday August 26th, 2002

Asa Dotzler writes: "1.1 is here! mozilla.org today shipped Mozilla 1.1. This final release of 1.1 has many new features including full-screen mode for Linux, Mac MathML support, a redesigned JavaScript Debugger, new window icons for the different Mozilla applications, view selection source, viewing HTML mail as plain text, and much more.

"Along with all the new features, Mozilla 1.1 also contains many improvements to performance, stability, standards support, and web site compatability. You can get Mozilla 1.1 by visiting the mozilla.org releases page or directly from FTP at ftp.mozilla.org.

"With 1.1 shipping, the focus moves onto 1.2 Alpha, and beyond. If you're confused as to how the numbering will work, be sure to check out the Roadmap."


#102 Re: Re: the site navigation bar - trying to unders

by johnlar <johnlar@tfn.net>

Wednesday August 28th, 2002 2:28 PM

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Your a very difficult man you know that :) Ok just go into your view menu, select "Show/Hide" -> Site Navigation Bar -> Show only when needed (or always) Then goto a site that uses it, slashdot.org used to use it, it still shows up on the site, but it nolonger works properly. Remember this feature was a one hit wonder about 6 months ago, its removal from 1.0 left many websites to stop supporting it, but it is w3c spec so it probably will stick around. A proper example though is the linux documentation project. Most of its howtos have proper support for this, though they could definatly use more if its features. Anyways and example of ths is <http://www.tldp.org/HOWTO/3Dfx-HOWTO-2.html> and you will see the previous/next/document option available, with the document option not being used to its full extent.