[New] Firefox 4.0 & Seamonkey 2.1 betas
October 31, 2010 by DragText@E-vertise.Com
New betas of Firefox and Seamonkey are now available. They feature
native printing support, a major improvement in memory usage, and a
fix for a long-time bug.
Firefox v4.0b8pre is available from:
Seamonkey v2.1b2pre is available from:
All native printer drivers will work if their output resolution is set
to 360 DPI or less. This beta can automatically reset the resolution
for both the OMNI and PSCRIPT families of drivers if needed. Mozilla's
built-in Postscript support is also available for use, as is its PDF
support. Please read PRINTING.txt in the exe's directory for details.
With a few trivial exceptions, the Mozilla apps will no longer use any
shared memory beyond what's needed to load their dlls. Problems that
have been attributed to low or no shared memory (such as the inability
to start new apps, failure to update unrelated ini files, and general
system instability) should no longer occur. This does not mean that
these problems have been permanently eliminated, only that a major
cause of them has been removed.
'Copy Link Location'
A long-time bug that caused characters to be deleted from URLs when
using the 'Copy Link Location' menu item has been fixed.
Community support for these betas and all Mozilla apps is available
through the newsgroups 'mozilla.dev.ports.os2' or 'comp.os.os2.apps'.
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