Monthly Archives: July 2005

Camino for x86 Macs

You can download Camino for x86 Macs here, but stay away from plugins (they don’t work on any x86 Mozilla apps): http://josh.trancesoftware.com/mozilla/Camino-x86.app.zip Many thanks to Mark Mentovai for his help porting all of our apps!

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Thunderbird for x86 Macs

You can download Thunderbird for x86 Macs here: http://josh.trancesoftware.com/mozilla/thunderbird-1.0+.en-US.mac.dmg Everything seems to work just fine, but I didn’t test it too much so back up your mail often if you’re going to use this. Let me know if you find … Continue reading

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Mozilla Skateboard Hack

Asa and I sat down and pulled off a Mozilla skateboard hack today. Its pretty common to put stickers on the bottom of skateboard decks, but a little more rare to see stickers on the tops of decks since there … Continue reading

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Seriously, People

I just looked at my web stats and people have downloaded 523 copies of Firefox for x86 Macs. I find it hard to believe that more than 50 of those people (being generous here) actually have an x86 Mac. To … Continue reading

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Screenshot of Firefox with Cocoa Widgets

For those of you who wanted a screenshot, here it is. You can make a fake one of these yourself by taking a screenshot of Camino and copying its content area into the content area of a Firefox screenshot :)Continue reading

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Firefox Build for x86 Macs and Firefox with Cocoa Widgets

Here it is, x86 Mac only (not for PPC machines): http://josh.trancesoftware.com/firefox-1.0+.en-US.intelmac.dmg I’ll put it in the experimental directory of Mozilla.org’s FTP server this coming week. Most things seem to work fine except for plugins. Only Quicktime is reliable. Most others … Continue reading

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Porting to Intel Macs

I figured I’d explain what went on in getting Firefox running on an Intel Mac. First off, Apple employees got Firefox running on an Intel Mac for the sake of using it as a demonstration of what it takes to … Continue reading

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