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Mozilla 1.1 has been released:

The following library versions (or compatible) are required: glibc 2.1, XFree86 3.3.x, GTK 1.2.x, Glib 1.2.x, Libstdc++ 2.9.0. Red Hat Linux 6.0, Debian 2.1, and SuSE 6.2 (or later) installations should work.
Red Hat 6.x users who want to install the Mozilla RPM must have at least version 4.0.2 of rpm installed. There is an official update to rpm from Red Hat.
Intel pentium class 233 MHz (or faster) processor
64 MB of RAM
26 MB of free hard disk space

What's New in Mozilla 1.1
- Improved application and layout performance
- Improved stability
- Improved Web site compatibility
- Improved CSS, DOM and HTML standards support
- Distinct window icons for the different Mozilla applications (artwork contributed by Grayrest).
- Mozilla can now trigger MS DUN when started without a connection.
- Fullscreen mode for Mozilla on Linux (press F11).
- Browser tabs now close left to right (they used to close right to left).
- The tab bar now has a button for creating new tabs.
- All Search entry points now use your default search engine.
- Download Manager has been enabled as the default download view (with many improvements)
- Autocomplete in the addressbar has more intelligent completion.
- The Linux File Picker has improved filtering and a new directory button.
- File extensions more accurately handled in downloads and we save the correct files when saving complete Web pages
- Drag and drop support has been greatly improved.
- View selection source: Context clicking on a selection now lets you view the HTML source for the selected area.
- Page info displays more page info with improved General and Media tab content.
- New button in prefs for making Mozilla the system default browser on MS Windows
- MathML is now enabled for Mozilla on Macintosh (it was already available on win and linux).
- Mozilla now takes advantage of Quartz rendering for users of Mac OS X 10.1.5
- Better Bi-Di Arabic and Hebrew support including improved layout of Arabic pages on Linux and other platforms without their own Arabic shaping support.
- We have new layout performance enhancements targeted at DHTML.
- Mozilla now has support for the display of XBM images.
- Image and plug-in blocking for Mail & News
Mozilla allows you to view HTML mail messages as plain text.
- You can now quote the current message in a Mail compose window with Quote Original under the options menu.
- The JavaScript Debugger has gone through a major development cycle. It now sports a palette of nine views which can be rearranged within the main window or docked in separate floating windows. It is also possible to create user-defined views and commands directly with JavaScript. More details are available in the FAQ, newsgroup, or IRC channel.
- Chatzilla has improved tab completion and can now join channels with Japanese names.