Mozilla 1.4 Released

Monday June 30th, 2003

Mozilla 1.4 is now available for download! This release offers several enhancements over Mozilla 1.3.1, including NTLM authentication support (Windows only), bookmarks improvements, click-and-drag image and table resizing in Composer, smooth scrolling (disabled by default), junk mail improvements and proxy auto-config failover. See the new-look Mozilla 1.4 Release Notes for more information and grab a build from the mozilla1.4 directory on

The Mozilla 1.4 branch is intended to replace the 1.0 branch as a stable baseline for developers to build upon. It is the basis of today's Netscape 7.1 release. In future milestone cycles, changes will be made to both the Mozilla technology and the project's organisation, including a move towards the standalone Mozilla Firebird and Mozilla Thunderbird applications as the main focus of development. See the Mozilla Roadmap for more information.

#64 Sometimes you just have to....

by stephenc

Tuesday July 8th, 2003 12:41 AM

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Uninstall all of the "non-company standard" software and reboot. If Win98 dies, then it dies. Don't sweat it, it belongs to the company not you. Sometimes you just have to look your boss in the eye and tell him, "hey, what matters to the bottom line here? The cost of my salary while I wait for YOU to make sure I can get my job done or a couple of hundred dollars to make sure that I don't waste more time being non-productive? -- I can only be as productive an employee as YOU will let me be. I want to be more productive, just give me the ability." If your manager won't help you, let him know that you are indeed being as productive as he will allow. Then don't try to be any more productive than that. I'm not advocating slacking off, but your manager has a job too and you sometimes have to let them know what your needs and expectations are. If your manager gives you what you want, then be more productive. I have more toys than anyone in my workgroup: because I earn them and use them and my management knows it.