Yeah, but zigbert has just announced 2.5.6, so I'll be upgrading again!
This is the latest in the 1.1 series. It has the Mail and News module.
Still undecided, but decided to stay with 16-bit height for the second-level menu for now, at least for the 4.3pre-beta. This will be considered again later.
Comments:Posted on 28 Jul 2009, 21:14 by 8-bit
Before you install this upgrade of SeaMonkey, I thought you should know that AdBlocker plugin will not install with it.
NoScript still installs.
I installed it over a previous update and did not loose any bookmarks. But addons and plugins need to be reinstalled.
Posted on 28 Jul 2009, 21:42 by drongo
Could we have Flashblock and Noscript installed as defaults? This would benefit those on dial-up. (Not me but I have these on all of my Firefox browsers and they certainly speed up browsing.)
Posted on 28 Jul 2009, 22:49 by Jota
Could we have Flashblock and Noscript installed as defaults?
Same here, please! ;-)
Posted on 29 Jul 2009, 17:17 by dogle
arguably the blockers are a more valuable use of ISO-space than Flash itself.
Posted on 29 Jul 2009, 20:36 by foo
Yes for convenient blockers, although addons should be user-choice (for upgraders, NoScript settings and such are portable as retained in profile - AdBlock may be simpler for those new to gecko browsers .. which reminds me, there *was* a local help for SeaMonkey some versions ago which was quite good as I recall).
Also perhaps individual component icons (Navigator, Composer, etc) might be used in the mainmenu? They're already in chrome and usually used in the header (it's a nice clear 'family' set).
Posted on 30 Jul 2009, 24:20 by drongo
Why not have the add-ons but have then disabled by default?
Wouldn't that be "the UNIX way"?