The Labels feature in Mail&News is now fully implemented.
Organize your mail messages with the following new features:
Add labels to messages via context menus or the Message
Clear labels from messages.
Change description and color of the labels via preferences
(Edit | Preferences | Mail & Newsgroups | Labels). Five
different labels are supported.
Add filter rules to set labels to spec.
Mozilla Mail&News now supports basic S/MIME functionality
although the UI is still incomplete.
The Document Inspector is now enabled in complete
installations. The DOM Inspector is a tool that can be used to
inspect and edit the live DOM of any web document or XUL
application. The DOM hierarchy can be navigated using a two-paned
window that allows for a variety of different views on the document
and all nodes within. If you're using the Mozilla installer, be
sure to switch from typical, to complete or custom install to
install the DOM inspector and JS Debugger.
The Mac OSX toolbar collapse button is now implemented. Press
this button in the title bar to toggle display of toolbars.
The latest and greatest ChatZilla 0.8.5 is now shipping in
Mozilla. (Bug 103386)
Springloaded folders -- Dragging and hovering over a bookmark
or message folder will expand the folder.
Mozilla works again on Mac OS 8.5.
Mozilla now supports shortcut icons (a.k.a favicons) and custom
page icons in bookmarks and in the personal toolbar.
If you type into the URL bar while a page is loading, your text
is no longer overwritten when the page load completes. (Bug
The sidebar now has a Close button.
Print preview is now available on Macintosh.
Mozilla now has support for digest access authentication.
The Save Page operation now also saves images, stylesheets,
objects and applets included in the page.
Mozilla now supports the longdesc attribute of the img tag. The
longdesc attribute contains a link to a file describing the image
in detail, for those times where the image cannot be downloaded. To
view the longdesc, right click on an image, click 'properties' in
the context menu, then click on the description url in the
Mozilla has a new advanced preference panel for fine-grained
When a page using a strict document type declaration (e.g. HTML
4.01 Strict) links to an external style sheet (using , @import,
etc) Mozilla will only load the style sheet if it is served with a
MIME type of "text/css". Style sheets served with other MIME types,
like text/plain, application/x-pointplus, etc. will not be loaded.
To add the proper css mime type to an Apache web servers, add
"text/css css" to the system mime.types file. Or if you can't do
that, add "AddType text/css .css" to your .htaccess file.