ReleaseNotes09

K-Meleon 0.9 Release Notes

These release notes outline system requirements, installation instructions, features and known issues for K-Meleon 0.9. K-Meleon 0.9 was released on January 18, 2005. The most current version of these release notes are available at http://kmeleon.sourceforge.net/docs/relnotes09.php

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What's New, Improved and Fixed in This Release

New

Improved

Fixed

The fixes in the 0.9 release include the following serious bugs:

Specific bug information is available in the Bug Reporting System.

System Requirements

Windows DLLs

The DLLs shipped with Windows are improved and enhanced with each version. Users of older Windows versions, Windows 95/98 and Windows NT, may have to update some DLLs to run K-Meleon. If you experience problems with menus and plugins not displaying, please download the following update:

Installation Notes

Installation

Javascript

Java Applets

Internationalization/Multi-Language Support

Uninstalling

Known Issues/Problems

General

Browser Display

Mouse wheel scrolling/Multiple mouse buttons

Third party Plug-ins

Proxies

About K-Meleon

K-Meleon 0.9 is released under the GNU General Public? License. K-Meleon uses the Gecko rendering engine developed for Mozilla which provides excellent support for current HTML, CSS and DOM standards. This version contains portions of Mozilla 1.7.4.

The K-Meleon Team

Core Developers

Ulf Erikson

Plugins

Romain Vallet: Privacy Plugin

Development Support

Jason J: Macros and Forums
Andrew Mutch

Past Contributors

Vernon Brooks
Jordan Callicoat
Jeff Doozan
Brian Harris
Rob Johnson
Mark Liffiton
Chak Nanga
Sebastian Spaeth
Christophe Thibault

Thanks

K-Meleon uses some bits from:
NSIS Installer (c) 2003 Nullsoft
Gecko and System Icon from Mozilla
Project hosting: SourceForge Aggreg8 RSS Newsreader provided courtesy of Philip Roche. All Rights Reserved. Flashblock extension developed by Theodore Drake, Ted Mielczarek, Jesse Ruderman and hosted at Mozdev . All Rights Reserved. Phoenity skin included with permission of Lim Chee Aun. All Rights Reserved.

More Information

K-Meleon provides a number of resources to support your use of K-Meleon: