Mozilla 1.3.1 Release Candidate Builds Available
Tuesday April 22nd, 2003
Asa Dotzler writes in with news that release candidate builds of Mozilla 1.3.1 are now available. The main fix in 1.3.1 is the restoration of XPInstall for Mac OS X but the release will also include a few other bug fixes. Read Asa's message for full details and download links.
#1 Expected release date?
Tuesday April 22nd, 2003 8:00 AM
Is there a schedule for this release? I didn't see anything on the Mozilla roadmap page. It's probably a case of being released when it's ready, but does anybody have any expectations?
BTW, great news on fixing the Corrupt cache/HTTP networking issue. Incomplete page loads have been bugging me ever since I installed 1.3. So much so that I haven't upgraded from 1.2.1 on other machines.
#2 Re: Expected release date?
Tuesday April 22nd, 2003 10:07 AM
This is only a bugfix release, fixing a few of the glaring problems that crept into the 1.3 release, so it would normally be released when its ready.
The more testing people do on these cadidate builds (and the less problems they find) the quicker 1.3.1 will be officially released (at least this was the case with 1.2.1 which was created for a similar circumstance after DHTML problems with 1.2).
#3 so far, so good
Tuesday April 22nd, 2003 8:07 PM
So far, so good.
This will be the second-best Mozilla release ever, after 1.0.
I'm not sure whether 1.4 will be better than 1.0 or not, but it's close, thanks to a lot of the bookmarks stuff being fixed.
#4 Broken Links 1.3
Wednesday April 23rd, 2003 7:13 PM
Ever since I installed v1.3 I'm having trouble with broken graphics and general 404 issues. For instance, when I do a quick vote on CNN it comes up File Not Found. Also, graphics links are broken on some sites yet IE loads them fine. Anyone else having problems like this?