Introduction to Mozilla Manual Available
Monday December 15th, 2003
Kevin Quiggle writes: "A guide to Mozilla 1.5 — Introduction to Mozilla — A Manual for First Time Users — is now complete and is available for download as an illustrated PDF file (source documents used to create the manual are also available). This publication is intended to introduce new users of Mozilla to key features and functions. It is suitable for corporate users, schools, or home users. If there is sufficient interest, an updated edition may be created for Mozilla 1.6."
#19 You guys have me ALL confused!
Thursday December 18th, 2003 7:50 PM
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Firebird, Thunderbird, Mozilla Suite ... man, all I know is that I wish the fonts were less ugly in Mozilla and that the screen would actually show PDF files instead of staying blank and saying, "Done", in the status bar! I get a headache trying to get mess to work with this thing. Tried 1.6, dumped it and went back to 1.5 because 1.6 killed my Java abilities at play.games.com. It's free, so it's legal, so I cannot/should not complain. It just seems to me that one should not have to have a legacy of programming experience to be able to get a web browser to look nice and behave!