Mozilla 1.7 Released
Thursday June 17th, 2004
an alias writes: "Today, the Mozilla Foundation released Mozilla 1.7. This release includes Multiple Identity support for Mozilla Mail, support for the /ignore command in ChatZilla, big improvements to Mozilla's pop-up blocking, and much, much more.
"The 1.7 branch will replace the 1.4 branch as the stable development baseline, with Mozilla Firefox and Thunderbird releases and the next major version of Netscape expected to be built from it. More information about Mozilla 1.7 can be found in the Mozill 1.7 Release Notes and downloads are available from the Releases page or the mozilla1.7 directory on ftp.mozilla.org."
#27 So long Seamonkey!! Hello Firefox!!
Friday June 18th, 2004 12:38 PM
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There I was trying to download a simple extension (i.e. auotscroll) from Mozdev, and I kept getting this error message saying that it wasn't "a valid extension," and the download was prevented. I went to the usual places to try & get it someplace else, and it was nowhere. In short, I think this is the Mozilla Organization's way of telling people that the Mozilla Applications Suite is not for civillians anymore, and that we should go to Firefox ... which is fine with me. I never liked the former's butt ugly appearance anyway. Plus, Firefox is just easier to use. Let the corporations use MAS. It's their's now.