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mozilla.org Status Update #228 (May 3, 2004)

Monday May 10th, 2004

The mozilla.org Status Update #228 (May 3, 2004) is now online. It includes news on Mozilla 1.7 Release Candidate 1, Mozilla Thunderbird 0.6, Camino, the default build configuration, Mozilla Firefox and Mozilla Thunderbird extensions, the Mozilla newsgroups, the RDF module, newsgroup filters, Find in This Page…, FTP upload, the UIEvent interface, junk mail controls, phishing, XPI software installation, cookies and more.


#1 Alex? Couple of fix ups...

by mlefevre

Monday May 10th, 2004 6:27 PM

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Under "default build" - the full stop is after the closing p tag, which moves into a separate para.

The phishing example is a bit wrong - <//www.mozilla.org/roadmap.html@evilscam.net>/" rel="nofollow"><http:<//www.mozilla.org/roadmap.html@evilscam.net>/> will go to mozilla.org, not evilscam.net, because of the / - there can be no slashes before the @.

In tree status the link is broken - mozilla 1.7 tinderbox is "Seamonkey-Branch" not "Mozilla1.7"

#2 Re: Alex? Couple of fix ups...

by AlexBishop <alex@mozillazine.org>

Monday May 10th, 2004 6:49 PM

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"Under 'default build' - the full stop is after the closing p tag, which moves into a separate para."

Suprised the validator didn't see that.

"The phishing example is a bit wrong - <//www.mozilla.org/roadmap.html@evilscam.net>/" rel="nofollow"><http:<//www.mozilla.org/roadmap.html@evilscam.net>/> will go to mozilla.org, not evilscam.net, because of the / - there can be no slashes before the @."

The slash should have been a colon.

"In tree status the link is broken - mozilla 1.7 tinderbox is 'Seamonkey-Branch' not 'Mozilla1.7'"

Guess I shouldn't have counted on consistency.

Alex

#4 Re: Re: Alex? Couple of fix ups...

by mlefevre

Tuesday May 11th, 2004 4:50 AM

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"Guess I shouldn't have counted on consistency"

Concerning mozilla? Of course not. Although I think it is actually consistent with the previous stable branches.

Thanks.

#3 One of the first updates in quite some time...

by tseelee

Monday May 10th, 2004 8:33 PM

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...that actually told me something new. Great!

#5 Find in Textarea!

by martrootamm

Wednesday May 12th, 2004 1:26 AM

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My favourite new feature is Finding text in TEXATAREA and INPUT fields! Yay!!!

#6 Re: Find in Textarea!

by tseelee

Sunday May 16th, 2004 1:43 PM

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It's a shame that the new password manager is so deficient, tho. I rely on the one in 0.6.1+ version a lot and it's kept me away from updating. It and other regressions in key features.