Mozilla 1.2 Beta Released
Wednesday October 16th, 2002
Mozilla 1.2 Beta is here! With this latest release come new features like link prefetching, viewing toolbars as text/images/both, GTK theme for Linux Mozilla (when in the classic theme), filter after the fact and filter logging in Mozilla Mail, bookmark groups as start page, and much, much more. Along with the new features come many stability and performance improvements and new code for yet to be enabled features like XFT font support. Check out the Release Notes for more details and a list of known issues. As usual, builds are available from mozilla.org's web site or FTP server.
#55 Not as good as before, but better than now
by SubtleRebel <email@example.com>
Thursday October 17th, 2002 3:10 PM
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"It would be nice to be able to right-click on a toolbar and have a menu option to hide it, at least..."
Ideally I would prefer that grippies were at least offerred via a hidden pref for the loyal Mozilla users who want to be able to __minimize__ the Toolbars rather than only being able __hide__ them.
However, I agree that if we can not be allowed to have the minimize feature, it would certainly be nice to have a context menu option to hide them instead of being force to go through a menu and submenu in order to almost accomplish what we were previously able to do with a simple click.
Is there a bug filed requesting the context menu item? The hardest part of implementation would probably be the fact that the toolbars themselves do not offer a lot of real estate to click on for a context menu.