Mozilla 1.3a is officially out. Very nice. Of course now that I have been using Chimera a lot and it has finally become stable for me, I probably won't be using Mozilla as much as I did before. But, I will of course be playing around with it to compare to Chimera. One good thing I realized the other day when I was making my Christmas greeting html page, was that I could use Composer in Mozilla to do that. That was quite handy. Now Chimera is bare bones and there is something to be said for that, but sometimes you do need a browser with a few more features and Mozilla fills the bill on that front. Oh well, you know me, 'ol browser boy must have them to play around with.<br><br><br><br>
#30788 - 12/15/0211:50 PMRe: Mozilla 1.3a officially released.
It is working very well for me so far in the few minutes I have used it. <br><br>Note, I could not get the disk image to mount when I downloaded it with Chimera. Worked though when I downloaded it with my old Mozilla.<br><br>It is very fast on my dual 867, pretty comparable to Chimera. Icons not as nice of course, but we all know that. <br><br>EDIT: Boy, hard to say 100% certain, but it almost feels a tad bit faster than Chimera to me right now. <br><br><br><br><P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1><EM>Edited by mikeb_X on 12/15/02 06:57 PM (server time).</EM></FONT></P>
I had problmes downloading with Chimera, which is one reason I went back to IE. I'm trying out the new Mozilla right now, and so far so good.<br><br>Great wits are sure to madness near allied.--John Dryden, "Absalom and Achitophel"
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And next week Chimera will be faster than Moz... Personally, I haven't seen a speed increase in Mozilla in several months. While feature upon feature is being added to Moz, I grow less and less interested in using it.<br><br>I JUST WANT A DAMN WEB BROWSER!!! <br><br>
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