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Electric Amish
9th May 2001, 14:45
Yes, have some, won't we?? http://forums.murc.ws/ubb/wink.gif

http://www.mozilla.org

amish

Jorden
9th May 2001, 14:50
Warning: It doesn't import your IE bookmarks if you have any. Well it does, but, it doesn't give you much of an option to use them.

Look at my bug about it (http://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=77732) posted some time ago http://forums.murc.ws/ubb/smile.gif

Jord.

Technoid
10th May 2001, 11:09
Personaly I would like a option not to anyway!

To maintain ability to se every page i use multiple brovsers.

But all browser programmers seems to think that "there can be only one"!

Technoid
10th May 2001, 13:57
Chalk up another bug:

Image blocking is broken.

The most usefull feature, no banner ads http://forums.murc.ws/ubb/cool.gif

Back to 8.1 (8.0 simply refuses to run http://forums.murc.ws/ubb/confused.gif

Jorden
10th May 2001, 16:05
The bug I mentioned above is fixed in the latest Nightly Build 0.9 (http://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/mozilla/nightly/latest/mozilla-win32-installer.exe) http://forums.murc.ws/ubb/smile.gif

Jord.

xortam
11th May 2001, 09:48
V

Easty
11th May 2001, 10:33
Is it really worth using? I'm still using IE and AT Guard, which blocks everything great.. whats so good about mozilla?

The PIT
11th May 2001, 10:37
It's not microsoft and we'd all love to have something thats not Microshaft that works great.
Unfortunatley in the browsers IE still for me seems the best. Used both Mozi Opera netscape 6 at work and they just don't quite cut it.

dZeus
11th May 2001, 10:59
try opera 5.11 ... it fixes lots of small bus that were in opera up to 5.01 and adds flash support http://forums.murc.ws/ubb/smile.gif

I love it

Jorden
11th May 2001, 11:26
Wonder what lots of small bus are... http://forums.murc.ws/ubb/wink.gif

But to be honest, I liked Mozilla up til 0.8, but from that time I think the old Netscape guys started to come back in.

We now have the old NS 4.7x memory leak back, as well as other things going wrong.

I'm still testing it, but with less enthusiasm as the first times http://forums.murc.ws/ubb/frown.gif

Jord.

xortam
11th May 2001, 11:51
I don't know why you people fight it. Like it or not, IE is the most compatible, fully featured browser out there. I used Netscape for years until I switched to developing for Windows and I couldn't see content in MSDN. Everyone's going to make sure their site is compatible with IE because its the de facto standard; you can't say that about any of the other browsers.

Easty
14th May 2001, 13:30
Stick with what I've got then, Cheers chaps!

The PIT
14th May 2001, 22:48
Amazing looks like the Java is broken as well. Off to the recycle bin. Well it was the nightly build after all, must have been asleep.