Firefox, Thunderbird Minor Upgrades Released
Tuesday June 29th, 2004
mozilla.org today released upgrades to both Firefox 0.9 (0.9.1) and Thunderbird 0.7 (0.7.1) to fix some minor bugs present in both releases. Both releases correct some flaws in the extension system that some users may have been experiencing, as well as a new icon set for the navigation toolbar on Windows and Linux in Firefox 0.9.1. All users of both products should get this upgrade. Builds are available for Firefox 0.9.1 and Thunderbird 0.7.1, as well as updated release notes (Fx, Tb) for both.
#49 A reminder of why I like Gecko, and hate IE.
Tuesday June 29th, 2004 3:52 PM
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There I was reading this article about how the latest flaw in IE had allowed, yet again, a bunch of hackers (from Russia) to infect the computers of numerous users, and how alternative browsers like Mozilla Firefox don't have to worry about that. Soon afterwards, I went to a web page via an e-mail link that opened in IE, and had TONS of problems displaying correctly. Just for the hell of it, I copied & pasted the link into Firefox 0.9.1 and used it to go there, and (Surprise!! Surprise!!) it looked exactly the way it was supposed to. This kind of stuff just reminds me why I'm converting over to a non-Microsoft enviorment. There's no excuse for this type of crap.