Firefox 0.9 is out

By Didou on June 15, 2004, 5:09 PM
Mozilla Firefox @ Mozilla.org

I've been using the release candidate for sometime now and apart from making the buttons a bit bigger than previous versions, it's worked quite well. Final version is now out and available for Win32 in Zip (6mb) & EXE installer (4.7mb) versions. Linux has a simple tar.gz file (7.8mb) or a tar.gz containing an installer (8.1mb).

Mozilla FTP. Some nice themes for Firefox -> MozThemes by Aaron Spuler.:)




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Per Hansson said:
Internal Joke; Now Didou, who said this could not be done with a few hours MySQL commands?And I only had to delete your old post to manage it :D
Tarkus said:
ME wonders how many extensions and themes need to be rewritten for this version. I'll switch but I'm gonna miss my favorites till they get rewritten.
Didou said:
The themes I had been using on Firefox 0.8 worked straight "out of the box".& yes Per, that is quite an impressive MySQL demonstration you did there.:p
Tarkus said:
In addition to Firefox 0.9 Mozilla has released [URL=http://www.mozilla.org/products/thunderbird/]Thunderbird 0.7[/URL] a day later. Thunderbird has shaped up since the unusable version 0.5 and is now my email program of choice.
DigitAlex said:
THe ThunderBird 0.7 is a release candidate not available through the Thunderbird website, get it [URL=[url]http://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/mozilla.org/thunderbird
releases/0.7rc/[/url] ]here[/URL] and more information [URL=http://forums.mozillazine.org/viewtopic.php?t=84778]her
[/URL]
Tarkus said:
I dunno, It looks fully released to me....see also their [URL=http://www.mozilla.org/products/]products page[/URL] .
Julio said:
Running Firefox 0.9 final now, no doubt it's become my browser of choice.
DigitAlex said:
Hmm yea weird Tarkus.anyway those versions are neat.plus they ported a lot of extensions already. And there is also a very nice looking theme for both FF and TB called Charamel.
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