Phoenix Community Continues to Grow

Friday October 18th, 2002

In addition to Phoenix Help, several other new Phoenix sites have appeared in the last few days. Thomas "TRS" Sibley has launched PhoenixWiki, a community-edited repository of tips, tricks and help. Meanwhile, Bill Davenport has started a site to keep track of the projects he's working on, including several logos, a theme codenamed LORE and a port of the Pinball theme. Seb Delahaye has made an unsupported Phoenix installer for Windows while phoenix kid has compiled a Linux build with anti-aliased font support. Last but not least, Kevin Gerich has created an experimental port for Mac OS X v10.2. Take a look and keep talking Phoenix in our Phoenix forums.

#1 Um....

by fletchsod

Friday October 18th, 2002 11:28 AM

How about something in addition to the frontpage of like a link that go to a web page that will show the listing of websites to go to. For example, we have that for gecko softwares of any sort for downloading. So, say, there's one for Phoenix with a link would go to a 2nd webapge and list the references of website to go to if anyone of us get stuck or can't remember which URL address to go to. Just a thought! :-)

#2 Phoenix on Mac OS X

by DJGM2002

Friday October 18th, 2002 1:40 PM

The experimental version of Phoenix for Mac OS X is TOP notch!

#4 Re: Phoenix on Mac OS X

by wtmcgee

Saturday October 19th, 2002 8:09 AM

it does seem real nice... looking forward to future devolpment of the osx port!

#3 Phoenix is awsome

by jrepin

Saturday October 19th, 2002 5:40 AM

I like Phoenix a lot. There are some features missing but it is a great small and quick browser. Keep up the excelletn work on Phoenix.


by IriseLenoir

Saturday October 19th, 2002 9:47 AM

I've gone back to Mozilla, simply because of bookmark management. I can't just add a bookmark to the default folder without seeing an add bookmark window, which suck bigtime. It's hell to choose a folder in a drop-down selector, it takes many seconds to load (if you did this for speed, it's slower since the tree shows right away, doesn't load everything and a the delay for colapsing a single folder is very short) I can't create a new folder, etc.

Is there a way to plug to Mozilla add bookmarks window in Phoenix? Please go back to the old way! Anyone else thinks like me?

#6 Re: Bookmarks

by Netsabes

Saturday October 19th, 2002 10:27 AM

You can just drag and drop the site icon to the bookmarks menu, it'll bookmark the site without showing any new window.

#7 Phoenix OS X 10.1?

by googolplex

Sunday October 20th, 2002 9:45 AM

Is there something about Phoenix that makes it only compilable on OS X 10.2? I'd love to try it on OS X but I only have 10.1.

#8 Answer

by googolplex

Sunday October 20th, 2002 9:59 AM

Answered my own question. I tried it and it worked on 10.1.5

And its great! Better then Chimera in some respects!