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Re: [ba-ohs-talk] Mozilla Browser 0.9.6

I like what I see.  Has tabs so you don't have to open another browser to 
view a page without leaving the current page.
Loads fast.  By the time they hit 1.0, Mozilla should be my prime browser, 
especially given that I can tweak the code to make it the default html tool 
in Nexist.    (01)

Still doesn't recognize the java runtime yet.    (02)

Jack    (03)

At 03:28 PM 11/21/2001 -0800, you wrote:
>Eric Armstrong wrote:
> >
> > Jack Park wrote:
> >
> > > I'm using the latest http://www.mozilla.org browser (0.9.6 -- fresh as of
> > > last night).  Haven't managed to make it run applets yet, but it's pretty
> > > fast and pretty reliable now.
> > >
> > > Between Open Office and Mozilla, it seems we are getting close to a solid
> > > platform on which to layer OHS stuff.
> >
> > Has the interface improved as well?
> >
> > The copy I tried a year or so ago, I remember thinking that the interface
> > was pretty grim. They seemed to moved in the direction of being like
> > Outlook, instead of adhering to their original standards.
> >
> > Has it gotten better?
>You can set skins on Mozilla to look like anything you like. There's
>a traditional skin option as well as the default, plus there's a whole
>site full of alternatives, some pretty wild.
>Murray Altheim, SGML/XML Grease Monkey  <mailto:murray.altheim&#64;sun.com>
>Java and XML Software
>Sun Microsystems, 1601 Willow Rd., MS UMPK17-102, Menlo Park, CA 94025
>        Ernst Martin comments in 1949, "A certain degree of noise in
>        writing is required for confidence. Without such noise, the
>        writer would not know whether the type was actually printing
>        or not, so he would lose control."    (04)