Projects / MOOzilla


MOOzilla is an HTML rendering MOO/MU* client developed as an add-on component for Mozilla. It allows inline HTML text to be rendered as part of a MOO/MU* session, similar to the Windows-only Pueblo client, but with the power of the Mozilla rendering engine.

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Recent releases

  •  03 Nov 2002 06:22

    Release Notes: This version contains HTML logging support, and fixes for a number of bugs caused by Mozilla 1.2beta. It also increases compatibility with post-1.0 Mozilla releases, including proper window menu accelerators and a MOO Client menu option in the correct location. HTML rendering has been sped up and corrected by fixing a bug where empty <span> tags were being dropped where they were not necessary.

    •  15 Oct 2002 10:18

      Release Notes: This version fixes a number of issues with the preferences dialog, the MOOzilla context menu, and adds the new multiline text edit control. Some code framework has been laid for new logging capabilities.


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