First Binary of Composer++ for Windows Available
Sunday May 11th, 2003
Daniel Glazman has posted an initial binary package of Composer++ for Windows. This version offers many improvements over the standard Composer, including support for absolute positioning, better resizing, a snap-to-grid option and inline table editing. To get the application to run, you may have to copy the files msvcr70.dll and msvcp70.dll to the folder into which you installed Composer++ (these files may already be on your system; search for them before downloading).
Update! A Linux build is now also available.
Another Update! The first Mac OS X binary is now available. In addition, new Windows and Linux builds have been released.
Sunday May 18th, 2003 10:10 PM
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We appreciate *strongly* the work that you do. My disabled friend, whenever we were working on a project would say, "Let's download Composer." My comment would be, "that's ***like*** 30MB.. over a 2.88k connection." BTW, I am disabled too. so don't go talking to me about political correctness please.
However, I also was confused--and thought it was not quite square-- to use the Mozilla.org logo when you are not on the Mozilla.org page.
Feel free to use Mozilla logos, just not "Mozilla.org"-- or at least say "click here to go to Mozilla.org."
also, the name of the composer version was "composer++" which leads people to believe that its third party. Will you maintain compatibility with the tree's implementation, or should I wait? Sam