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SeaMonkey 2 Alpha 3 released!

I'm very excited to tell you all that we just have shipped SeaMonkey 2.0 Alpha 3.

This latest milestone ticks off a good number of features we wanted for SeaMonkey 2, the major ones being:There's many more noteworthy changes in this version though, as listed on the SeaMonkey Trunk Tracker.

Help us testing this alpha release, reporting bugs in Bugzilla and crashes through the included crash reporter tool - but keep in mind that this is a testing version that is not considered ready for production use yet, so make sure your profile data is available from a backup in case this version might screw up something.

That said, I hope this release shows off well where SeaMonkey 2 is going and will impress everyone out there who chooses to test it!

Entry written by KaiRo and posted on March 3rd, 2009 22:19 | Tags: Mozilla, release, SeaMonkey, SeaMonkey 2 | 5 comments


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    from New Zealand

    Great work!
    Great work team! The previous 2 alphas have been stable & had no major problems with them, looking forward to giving a3 a thrashing :)
    2009-03-04 00:49

    Kelly Clowers

    I have been using the nightlies for a long time now, and I have been very happy with each advancement. Places history and session restore are particularly helpful to me, and the html5 support and tracemonkey in newer geckos is great. The one thing I feel is missing is Places bookmarks. Are we likely to see this in 2.1?
    2009-03-06 04:09



    Places bookmarks could be 2.1 fodder, yes, but it largely depends on someone finding the time to work on it.
    That said, the backend for places bookmarks is actually in current 2.0* builds already, it's switching frontend stuff to use it that is missing.
    2009-03-06 14:23


    from Mars

    Absolutely great work - and thanks for the keeping the project up!
    One question: does the F5 for reload function left the building or do i have a problem?

    2009-03-08 02:14


    from Norway

    Great work!
    I am really looking forward to the final release of SeaMonkey 2.0! :D
    2009-04-09 15:29

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