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Mozilla.org: Mozilla 1.4 Beta Released

May 08, 2003, 13:00 (21 Talkback[s])


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From the Release Notes:

"What's New in Mozilla 1.4b

  • "Mozilla on Windows now has support for NTLM authentication. This enables Mozilla to talk to MS web and proxy servers that are configured to use 'windows integrated security.'
  • "Users can now specify 'blank page,' 'home page,' or 'last page visited' for each of first window, new window and new tab.
  • "Users can now specify default font, size and color for HTML mail compose.
  • "Image blocking/disabling is now more flexible and users can 'view image' to see blocked or not loaded images.
  • "Mozilla Mail now has CRAM-MD5 and DIGEST-MD5 AUTH support.
  • "'Launch file' after downloading has been enabled for .exe files.
  • "As of Mozilla 1.4b, it is possible to build Mozilla for Win32 using GCC. See the win32 build instructions for details.
  • "Proxy auto-config (PAC) failover has been implemented..."

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