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Archive for February, 2010

Google Chrome Dev Channel Update Fixes issues relating to Content Settings functionality

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• Feb 26th, 2010 • Filed under: Browsers, Open-Source, Ubuntu, Windows

Google Chrome Dev Channel updates to version 5.0.335 for Windows, Mac, and Linux platforms, this update comes with fixes issues regarding the new Content Settings window. Windows, Linux and Mac platforms support “cache-bypassing reload” that is hooked to various accelerators on different platforms for example shift-reload, ctrl-reload.

Thunderbird 3.0.2 now Available for Update

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• Feb 25th, 2010 • Filed under: Email, Open-Source, PortableApps, Ubuntu, Windows

It took a total of 120 bugs fixes, of which 19 are marked critical to get Thunderbird 3.0.2 out into the wild. Users of Thunderbird email client can check for updates at Help -> Check for Updates. Particularly addressed in this release; fixes for Thunderbird 2 users upgrading to Thunderbird 3 and several fixes to […]

Chromium Daily Builds for Linux gets Content Settings in the Options menu

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• Feb 20th, 2010 • Filed under: Browsers, Open-Source, Ubuntu

Bleeding edge Chromium browser daily builds for Linux/Ubuntu update comes with bug fixes and some new features, the Content Settings window takes center stage. This also means its just a matter of time and this new feature will be available in Google Chrome for Linux Dev channels. The Content Settings dialog in the options menu […]

Opera Browser gets a taste of Open Source, Dragonfly Set free

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• Feb 20th, 2010 • Filed under: Open-Source, Opera-Browser, Ubuntu, Windows

Dragonfly is certainly the first Opera project to go open source, it has always been released under the open source BSD license, with source repositories on Opera servers. On fully open sourcing Dragonfly the source repositories have been moved to the public Mercurial repository BitBucket.

Blazing fast Opera 10.50 Alpha for Unix

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• Feb 20th, 2010 • Filed under: Opera-Browser, Ubuntu, Video

The Opera development team has released another development snapshot of Opera 10.50 browser for Unix/Linux. Opera “10.5 alpha showcases the latest technologies that will be available in” the “next major release”. This build contains many improvements, bug fixes and several known issues too; font problems, command line option problems, compiz issues, language input issues and […]