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99b Beta v.3.19 Build #2569 (Dec 22, 1999)
just another bloatware...lots of useless features...i like AOL IM more because there isn't all this spam: "forward this to everyone on your list"...just ends up being crap with web pages attached with porn ads and such.
2.0 Beta 6 (Dec 21, 1999)
This is my personal favorite FTP server. I think Serv-U bites compared to this bad boy...
6.01 (Dec 15, 1999)
Favorite graphics program, I like it better than Adobe for doing HTML work. Gives HTML color codes and is great for sizing/converting files.
1.05 (Dec 4, 1999)
Awesome program. I have a generic laptop and it is great because it didn't come with software of this type as many of the name brand laptops do. Now I can tell exactly how long my battery will last.
8.0 (Dec 2, 1999)
Nice program to make a few bucks on those services. People download this because they already have the service. Some of you find it necessary to make fools of yourselves by spamming a URL to join (under your account) so you can make a few dollars by getting someone to sign up. If they have the service, why would someone sign up again?
8.0 (Jan 7, 2000 - 7:40 PM)
I try to get the "beta news" to the people that like to write. I'll attempt to find you guys more betas, just they don't pop up every day :)
- Chris Hilbert
8.0 (Dec 21, 1999 - 12:39 PM)
Watch the final be out at the end of March :P
- Chris Hilbert
8.0 (Dec 10, 1999 - 2:26 PM)
Its not about just "hacking" someone's service, I'm sure AOL is quite happy that they have more users signing in. I mean every time they get a new user that user says "I'm using the AOL service" and spreads the word of AOL. What they're more pissed about is that you aren't using their client which happens to pop up advertisements all over the place. Using AT&T's client, AOL can't tell you how you get a million free minutes a month by signing up. If AT&T put their ad with a link into their client, I bet AOL wouldn't be so angry all the time.
8.0 (Dec 9, 1999 - 4:59 PM)
I just can't wait until someone hacks it. It'd be funny to see something like "you think that guy next to you just farted?" Maybe we can see condom machines giving you instructions on how to use them? Thats more practical.
8.0 (Dec 5, 1999 - 9:01 PM)
It isn't bad HTML, when you can't get Mozilla to do little things for example: display image dimensions as percentages. In reference to programming and compiling, its important that the compiler does support all keywords and parameters before compiling. In this case Mozilla does not, and hense it only shows image dimensions based on the pixel sizes. Maybe we should give Mozilla some keywords that it'll understand and fully support when compiling...like the opening and closing HTML tags.