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MozillaPL Releases Polish Versions of Mozilla 1.5 Beta and Mozilla Thunderbird 0.2

Sunday September 7th, 2003

marcoos writes: "MozillaPL.org has just released a Polish version of the Mozilla Application Suite 1.5b. This release (like previous MozillaPL.org builds) comes bundled with mouse gestures and a nice tool for tweaking hidden preferences — MozTweak. Complete builds are available for Linux/i686 and Windows platforms. Users of other platforms (or those who already have Mozilla 1.5b, but without the Polish translation) can install Polish language, region and add-on packs. To download MozillaPL 1.5b, just go to the MozillaPL Releases Page.

"MozillaPL.org has also released a Polish version of the Mozilla Thunderbird 0.2 mail and news client, available for Windows and Linux/i686. These two builds can be downloaded from the MozillaPL Releases Page."


#11 Re: Prominent announcements of language packs?

by JuanGonzalez

Monday September 8th, 2003 9:55 AM

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Yes, English is only about half of the Internet. There is a list of languages by number of web pages at:

Principal Languages of the Internet

<http://forums.mozillazine…topic.php?p=186357#186357>

By the way, Japanese in Mozilla (Navigator and Mail) works wonderfully in Windows 98 as well. In fact, this was one of my main reasons (necessary feature in my case) to switch from Eudora to Mozilla.