2.49.4 is out

Hi All,

Just want to announce that SeaMonkey 2.49.4 is finally out.  While not as hairy as the previous versions, it still had a lot of issues.

Sorry for the delay.


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I'm a SeaMonkey dev/RelEnger and a bit of a buildbot dev.
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15 Responses to 2.49.4 is out

  1. Ant says:

    Yay! Thanks as always. 😉

  2. Kamikaze says:


  3. Alex says:

    Merci beaucoup et bon courage pour le maintient de Seamonkey.

  4. SkyPing says:

    A link to the home page and/or download page would be advised.

  5. Zerebralus says:

    Thx for handwork on this unique project.

  6. antikoreliantas says:

    Is it coincidence that after update Seamonkey faster opens Youtube videos?

  7. CVL says:

    Mise à jour faite ! La décision d’avoir pris la version longue durée est une excellente décision.
    Le bonjour à Alex ; je vois donc un copain qui utilise aussi smk !! 😀

  8. Mattias says:

    Thank you!

  9. Robert Truss says:

    Thank you so much! Again and again…

  10. OldSchoolCoder says:

    Something you should consider for the next release – full h.264 support in SeaMonkey on WinXP and higher – http://forums.mozillazine.org/viewtopic.php?f=40&t=3040639

    Simply replacing mozavcodec.dll and mozavutil.dll with the files from the PaleMoon XP build and adding vcomp140.dll (OpenMP) gives you full h.264 video support. The YouTube HTML5 video site shows full support – https://www.youtube.com/html5 and other HTML5 tests work as well as does HTML5 live streaming.

  11. Federico Tomasello says:

    thnx again man!

  12. Ji2GLiPu2F says:

    Thank you so much for your hard work.

  13. Michael Haensel says:

    Woohoo! SeaMonkey is my daily driver for web browsing + email. Much appreciated!

  14. Ben says:

    I just wanted to say i have been a SeaMonkey user since at least 2009
    Its a great Product 🙂
    My main reason for using it is because i like the fact that it has a full email-client
    built into it
    I like its ability to be highly customisable
    I will also say that while many users including myself have many XUL extentions
    in use – which we all love, I personally feel the need for Webextentions is really a huge
    variable in itself – something that i fully support myself

    Soo many people really enjoy the little ‘extras’ that come about as well with Extentions,
    Im sure many SeaMonkey Council devs themselves appreciate and use various
    extentions, and likewise, the individuals devs which create such extentions do so because they personally like to have this or that customised or have an added feature,
    Something that SeaMonkey as both an integrated browser and Email client has allowed very effectively for over a decade now

    The appreciation of this fact really is something that we have to thank *both* the SeaMonkey Devs & the individual Extention/Add-on Devs.

    Things change, standards change
    and with such changes…and new standards, devs of both browsers, and devs who develop extentions will always be there to constantly adapt and improve where nessessary
    and to make sure the users get the latest bug fixes, features etc etc
    In other words to ‘stay on top’ of the field of things – we users help out by providing bug
    reports, we make requests, feature suggestions etc etc

    So, with all this said, Im a full supporter of ALL nessessary changes, Webextentions
    and all.
    We users should not be afraid of change, but rather ‘keep up with’ changes – lets not
    limit/restrict ourselves
    If we appreciated everything SeaMonkey has stood for (including devs of extentions)
    then we have to reason to fear, yes, devs ride the waves of change – and we users have ridden those waves right there along them – a symbiotic relationship if you like between users and devs
    If we trust devs of both a great product – SeaMonkey and devs of extentions/add-ons
    to hear us, and i think we do – then we should trust changes to come – for everyones sake

    I would like to say “Thank you SeaMonkey Council”- keep up the great work 🙂

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