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Thursday, January 27, 2000

Mozilla M13 Binaries Released

The latest Mozilla milestone, M13, has been released. If you're running Win32, MacOS 8.5 or Linux, you can try out the alpha version of your next browser. Get it at the Mozilla site. Check out the Tucows review while you're waiting for the download. I'm running the Linux version, and it looks good and is much more stable than the last release. However, it does appear to have some rendering problems with The Haus! Still, it's worth a look.

A.T. Hun comments: First off, a big welcome to J.t.Qbe as another news guy! Check out his column if you haven't already. Second, as Qbe mentioned, this is an alpha release of Mozilla so stability should be much improved. There may still be some "show stopping" bugs though. Almost there!

Update: I just got M13 installed. I don't understand why the date bars aren't displaying properly on the news, but are displaying fine in the nav bar on the right. Wierd. still looks like garbage. Hopefully these issues will be addressed with Mozilla goes beta with M14. All in all, it seems to be much faster and more stable than M13.

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