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    Mozilla 1.4a Released


    For anyone who wants to try the new up and coming version:

    Mozilla 1.4 Alpha Released
    Mozilla 1.4 Alpha is out. This release features dynamic image and table resizing in Composer, smooth scrolling (see release notes for enabling this feature,) and improvements to spam filtering. In addition to these feature improvements, 1.4a also contains fixes for perfomance, stability, standards support and website compatibility. This is an alpha release so expect bugs, and don't use it unless you are willing to live with the risks inherent in such a release (ie. crashes, data loss, etc.).
    www.mozilla.org

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    /me thinks that work would not appreciate it if i installed that on our fax server / my current desktop machine and I couldnt use our web apps.

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    I installed it at work. We have NTLM, so I've been running APS anyhow, but with this version of Mozilla it's built in
    Still, all our intranet is IS/MS specific, so I have to keep IE around, but really IE doesn't come close to Mozilla.

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    Mozilla 1.4 final is out now in case you didn't know yet...

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