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!


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

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I'm a SeaMonkey dev/RelEnger and a bit of a buildbot dev.
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11 Responses to SeaMonkey 2.53.2 has been released!

  1. Ant says:

    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. CVL says:

    Bravo ! :great: ci-dessous le lien vers la 2.53.2 :
    Bonne continuation à toute l’équipe !

  4. Juergen Mira says:

    Thanks for the nonplusultra work 🙂

  5. Kamikaze says:

    Wow! Great news!! So quickly 😉


  6. ruenoak says:

    Fantastic! Another great release from the Seamonkey team.

  7. Hans-Juergen says:

    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,


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  9. BarryK says:

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

  10. BarryK says:

    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:

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

  11. Aaron says:


    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 or other SearX Instances. You can find other trade-free search engines here:

    Kind regards

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