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Old 02-02-2006, 08:21 AM   #1
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Default SeaMonkey 1.0 released

The direct descendent of the Mozilla suite, SeaMonkey, was recently released for all platforms by Mozilla.org. (It is identified as version 1.0 but comes up with a welcome page to beta testers.)

It shares Firefox code for the browser, but, like Mozilla and Netscape, also includes e-mail and news readers and a WYSIWYG web page editor. The Mozilla DOM inspector and some Javascript debugger tools are included with the browser.

I have just begun to try it out; so far, so good. (Not interested, really, in having all its functions, although the news reader might be useful.)

   
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