Rapid Pace of Development for Mozilla Firebird
Sunday August 17th, 2003
If you haven't downloaded a Mozilla Firebird nightly build in the last few weeks, you may be surprised to discover how many enhancements the application has received. In this extended full article, MozillaZine takes a look at some of Firebird's more interesting recent improvements, including support for sidebar panels with webpage content and a selector for alternative stylesheets. Remember that you need to be using a nightly build and not a milestone release to see these new features in action. Refer to a resource such as The Burning Edge if you need help deciding which nightly to download and discuss Firebird with other followers of the project in our Mozilla Firebird forums.
#9 Re: Re: Two comments (and a bit more...):
Monday August 18th, 2003 2:17 AM
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hmmm, yes i agree the rightclick context menu IS getting a bit big! Maybe we shoudl take a leaf out of Symbian's book on this one. I have a SonyEricsson P800 phone, and there is an intrestign idea I gleaned from that platform. For an image, we could have two context menu items, "Send Image" and "Send Link". Under those we can have a cascading menu, or secondary dialoge which selects a target, for example on Send link you coudl have targets of "Clipboard, email, text, etc" and for Send File, you could have targets of "File, Email, FTP, x-drive, My Pictures". This menu can be extended by extensions or plugins, for example the MSNMessenger extension could add a MSN Messenger target to the target list, together with people online on your buddy list. a future FTP extension coudl automatically allow u to save directly to a FTP location.