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Thursday, February 16, 2006
Mozilla Releases Camino 1.0


Mozilla foundation released final version of Camino for Mac OS X on Wednesday.

In this updated version of the Mac OS X browser using Mozilla?s Gecko engine, thousands of bugs were fixed.

Due to major changes in Camino, Mac OS X 10.1 is no longer supported. Users still running Mac OS X 10.1 should continue to use Camino 0.8.4.Camino is now a universal binary, allowing it to run on both PowerPC- and Intel-based Macs.

Camino 1.0 also features:
New Tab Bar Appearance
Download Manager Pause/Resume
Annoyance Blocking
Certificate Support
Java Embedding Plugin
Form Fill from Address Book
History Searching
Camino now supports SVG, the tag, and JavaScript 1.6, as well as improved CSS 2 and CSS 3 support.

Camino 1.0 can be downloaded here.


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