Epiphany 1.2.7
Posted on: 08/01/2004 08:23 AM

Epiphany 1.2.7 has been released

Epiphany is the GNOME web browser, based on the mozilla rendering engine. It aims to be simple and easy to use.

Epiphany 1.2.7 is the latest stable release in the GNOME 2.6 series.

* What's changed ?

Epiphany 1.2.7

Code changes

* Adapt to mozilla API changes (Christian)
* Use nsIDOMWindow2 to get the root event target on mozilla >= 1.7rc3 (Christian)

Bug fixes

* Work around mozilla bug #246392 which causes reloads of framed pages to go back to original URI (backported from HEAD) (Christian) [#115800]
* Escape markup in string in the duplicate bookmarks dialogue and topics menu (Christian)
* Escape markup in strings in the NSS dialogues (Crispin Flowerday)
* Work aroung mozilla bug #246392 which causes reload of framed pages to go back to initial frameset (Christian, Crispin Flowerday) [#115800]
* Don't show redirected and non-toplevel pages in history (Christian) [#142143]
* Allow importing of Epiphany bookmarks format too (Christian) [#144699]
* Fix crash with corrupted toolbars file (Christian) [#144698]
* Fix prefs persistence with non-existent or bogus initial values (Christian)
* Unescape mailto: addresses (Christian) [#144462]
* Fix filename encoding for print-to-file (Christian)
* Depend on libgnomeui >= 2.6.0 (Christian) [#145776]
* Make print and print setup go trough nsIPrintingPromptService (Christian, backported from HEAD)
* Fix print-to-file filechooser modality (Christian) [#147628]
* Fix mem leaks in gtk NSS dialogues (Christian, ported from galeon
* Gracefully handle failure to create downloads directory (Marco) [#146902]
* Fix single observer ownership and reference counting (Christian) [#146873, #146461]
* Fix downloader crash on shutdown (Marco) [#141928]
* Fix build with old mozilla versions (1.4.x, 1.5) (Christian)
* Use nsACString instead of nsCString in a few places in EphyWrapper (Christian)
* Fix crash on screen size change after using fullscreen (Christian)

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