Mozilla 1.4 Release Candidate 3 Coming Early Next Week

Friday June 20th, 2003

In a weblog posting, Asa Dotzler has confirmed that there will be a third release candidate of Mozilla 1.4. RC3, which is likely to ship on Monday, will contain fixes for several bugs, including a major memory leak that mainly affects Windows 95/98/ME users. There will also be several Mac OS X improvements. New 1.4 branch builds — which will very likely become the final RC3 binaries — are now available for Windows, Linux and Mac OS X.

#17 Re: No Java at all on MacOs X

by asa <>

Monday June 23rd, 2003 11:42 AM

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"The lack of Java support on MacOs X may be a big blocker for Netscape...."

Mozilla for Mac OS X does not "lack" Java. Mozilla uses the Apple Java plug-in that ships with the OS. It is lacking in LiveConnect but not basic Java.