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[quote=ndebord] [quote=4td8s] [quote=ndebord] Not privy to top secret info, but as far as I can tell, work is progressing on both KM 1.6 and 1.7... I suspect that Desga2 will put out a beta 3, but to my mind there is not a need to rush it as KM 1.6 beta 2 has worked out better than expected. I would like to see KM 1.7 make it from the alpha 2 to a beta 1 at some time as that engine is the same Gecko as is used in my No. 2 browser, FireFox 3.6* and would make it easier for ABP to work with K-Meleon. [/quote] OR KM 1.7 may have to be scrapped altogether for development of a K-Meleon 2.0 with GRE 2.0 runtime like in Firefox 4.0 (though that might be a big longshot). the GREs in current K-meleon 1.5x versions are really falling behind the times and the Mozilla Firefox guys are moving at a faster pace as the final release of Firefox 4.0 is almost a week away from being released. read this ndebord: [url=http://people.mozilla.com/~sayrer/2011/temp/process.html]http://people.mozilla.com/~sayrer/2011/temp/process.html[/url][/quote] 4td8s, C'mon, get real here. We're still working FF 3.5.xxx and SM 2.0xxx for KM 1.6.xxxx right now and FF 3.6.xxx and SM 2.1xxx for Km 1.7. As Mozzila will support FF 3.6 and SM 2.1 for another year or two, it is enough work to get KM 1.6 and KM 1.7 (Gecko 1.9.xxx) up and running without worrying about what would probably be called KM 1.8 right now (aka FF4, Gecko 2.0). I mean the biggest problem is that omnibus GRE where Mozilla changed the basic structure away from modules into one humungeous, hard to work with Gecko engine. SIGH[/quote]
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