1.0 Branch Created for Mozilla Firefox and Mozilla Thunderbird
Friday May 21st, 2004
A new branch has been created for Mozilla Firefox and Mozilla Thunderbird. The new branch, forked from the existing 1.7 branch, will be used for all future milestone releases of Firefox and Thunderbird until the 1.0 versions. Read the full article for more details from Benjamin Smedberg.
#37 Re: Re: Feature List?
Monday May 24th, 2004 10:34 PM
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Double ugh on that last ugh. Funny how people want 'features' in IE that are really bugs. If I remember my HTML correct, the title attribute in a link is used to create a tooltip. Alt, well is for alternate viewing methods such as when you don't want or need images but you just want the description of the image without the download.
I am cruising around on Firefox 0.8+ GTK build on Fedora Core 2 (careful installing FC2 -- it can corrupt your partition table on double boot systems). I love the browser. It literally launches in about a second on my Athlon system running the 2.6 kernel. I stopped using the suite maybe about 3 months ago. The move away from the suite was a good move. On linux you have Evolution for mail and Pan for a newsreader; there really is no need for a bundled browser suite. With separate apps if you really like the Mozilla newsreader or mail a lot you can just add it in as an extension. I was just missing a light weight browser. Firefox filled in the hole nicely, less truly is more. Konqueror is okay but not great for surfing.