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As the SeaMonkey Change-arounds homepage says:
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SeaMonkey Add-ons just became SeaMonkey Change-arounds. Change things around today, or learn more at our blog.

Get the coolest Change-arounds for SeaMonkey 2 from there today, while they're still hot! ;-)


(Too bad that localizations haven't caught up with that change-around in time...)

Entry written by KaiRo and posted on April 1st, 2009 17:58 | Tags: Mozilla, SeaMonkey | 6 comments | TrackBack

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Tony Mechelynck

from Brussels, Belgium

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Hm. Is this only a cosmetic change at AMO, or will the "Tools => Add-ons Manager" menu also change title?
2009-04-02 03:36

Tobias

from Germany

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Just a foolish change
Well, the AMO-Team (Justin Scott) has just thought loud about a foolish change. Better have a free Beer, than a free Fool.
2009-04-02 10:29

KaiRo

Webmaster

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You know, they did decide to reverse this change again, interestingly, just as April Fool's Day was over. See their related post. ;-)
2009-04-02 12:38

Keith

from The US

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Ugh, April Fools is one of our most silly days of the year. It's crazy that it caught on, let alone that non-Americans like to participate in such idiocy as well.
2009-04-04 15:46

Tony Mechelynck

from Brussels, Belgium

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(OT)
You know, Keith, Usonians have a monopoly or quasi-monopoly on many weird customs, but April Fools' Day is not one of them — not a U.S. monopoly, I mean. We Europeans invented it several centuries ago, when the French stopped counting years starting at Easter and moved their New Year's Day to one week after Christmas, where it still is nowadays almost everywhere in the world, and most of us still like a yearly occasion for a good clean bit of harmless fun.

Have a nice year. :-)
2009-04-05 21:32

Keith

from the US

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@Tony: The European origin of this day doesn't make it any less stupid. I guess I just expect too much from those across the pond.
2009-04-08 17:57

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