SeaMonkey 2.53.2 has been released!

Hi all,

Just would like to announce that SeaMonkey 2.53.2 has been released.

Thanks to the SeaMonkey dev team for their hard work!

:ewong

NB: Still practicing on making announcements..  this one might be a bit short.. somewhat overloaded a bit right now.

11 Responses to SeaMonkey 2.53.2 has been released!

  1. Thanks again. I just upgraded on my decade old PCs (64-bit Debian Jessie v8 and 64-bit W7 HPE SP1). So far, so good! Now, go to sleep.

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  3. Bravo ! :great: ci-dessous le lien vers la 2.53.2 :
    https://technifree.com/download/39-navigateurs/5-seamonkey
    Bonne continuation à toute l’équipe !
    CVL

  4. Juergen Mira

    Thanks for the nonplusultra work 🙂
    JM

  5. Wow! Great news!! So quickly 😉

    Regards.

  6. Fantastic! Another great release from the Seamonkey team.

  7. Hello development team!
    Thanks for keeping SeaMonkey up and available for the future!

    However, I have to support a comment already placed by someone else to the release of 2.53.1:
    in Linux (Debian), there is no sound output anymore, while plain Firefox on the same system works well. Annoying, as I prefer SeaMonkey over plain Firefox, but have to use that now for audio purposes.

    How can it be resolved?

    Best regards,

    Hans-Juergen

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  9. It is broken for me. Compiles ok, and starts, but the window is mostly empty:

    https://bkhome.org/news/202005/seamonkey-2532-is-broken.html

  10. Regarding my above post, someone else posted about the same problem, and their fix was to delete the profile and start it again from scratch, email setup, history, etc:

    https://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/slackware-14/seamonkey-2-53-2-appearance-no-menus-in-all-desktops-and-wms-4175674555/

    ….that is bad news, having to do that.

  11. Hi,

    I noticed duckduckgo being the default search engine in SeaMonkey.
    Duckduckgo does not collect the data of its users, however they put some ads in their search. I want to suggest to use https://search.disroot.org/ or other SearX Instances. You can find other trade-free search engines here: https://www.trade-free.org/directory/?s=search+engine

    Kind regards
    Aaron

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