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[quote=jsnj] [quote=DRVTACH] [b]Hi, I have been looking for w possible replacement for Seamonkey 1.7, 1.8. Not sure how I found the K-Meleon site but was pleased to see that it was using the 1.8 of the Gecko layout engine. Should I bother with K-Meleon as it looks like you will stop support for K-Meleon 1.5.4 as The Fools I use to work with [Mozilla] did after the release of SeaMonkey 2.0?? I guess I can just recode Net Scape 4.5 and yes that is the proper spelling [Netscape is AOL's] Please advise if I should bother down loading K-Meleon 1.5.4 Last is there a chance you did not or will never use the Google reader [big security problems]built into the New so-called Better SeaMonkey? Thanks Bill aka DRVTACH [/b][/quote] There are no major differences between 1.5.4 and 1.6 pre beta besides the updated Gecko engine which is faster. Some people still use KM v1.1 so yes you can use any version you want. You can download all the way back to v0.7. As long as this site is up, the old versions will probably always be available. And most available extensions work with versions 1.1 through 1.6. Sounds like we could use your sevices around here if you have the ability to recode Netscape and you used to work with Mozilla. K-Meleon uses the least amount of resources of all the current popular browsers available today while still offering pretty much all of their features. Feel free to stay around and contribute. Pretty open bunch around here :) Developers are needed. As far as Google Reader, Newsfox is the default feed reader in K-Meleon, but as far as webpage feed detection, that's not built into K-Meleon, you'll need the [url=http://kmeleon.sourceforge.net/forum/read.php?9,103947]Feed Subscribe[/url] macro extension or you probably can create your own with your knowledge. There are no pending monetary deals with anyone or any company(e.g. Google) and K-Meleon, just a couple of developers and a handful more of contributors. Feel free to help out.[/quote]
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