From: Marion Gunn (email@example.com)
Date: Sat May 31 2003 - 11:48:55 EDT
Ar 17:51 +0200 2003/05/29, scríobh Philippe Verdy:
>I would prefer to say that Netscape 4.0 is dead, but Netscape 4.7x is not (I
D'accord. (With the above I'd have to agree.)
>see no reason why users should continue to use versions before 4.7, as the
>4.7 >version fixed a lot of interoperability problems, including
>cross-platform >compatibility with other Netscapes, plus many security
>Netscape 6+ is still too new with its new operating model, and lacks the level
Again - after some scary experiences with 6+ - yes, I'd have to agree.
>However the recent versions of Netscape 7+ based on the new Mozilla Gecko
Really? Most mail I get seems to be generated by MicroSoft Office slaves.
>Only stable parts of the development are optimized, to avoid creating
>>unmaintainable source code.
There you lose me, as I do not comprehend the above sentence - could you
rephrase it, perhaps?
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