SeaMonkey 2.53.10.2 is out!

Hi,

Firstly, on behalf of the SeaMonkey Project, I’d like to wish everyone a very Merry Christmas and a Happy, Prosperous and Healthy New Year.

Secondly, and the main reason for this post,  the SeaMonkey Project is pleased to announce the release of SeaMonkey 2.53.10.2.

Please check out [1] and [2].

[1] – https://www.seamonkey-project.org/releases/seamonkey2.53.10.2/

[2] – https://www.seamonkey-project.org/releases/2.53.10.2

Finally, a humble apology to all affected by my goofup.  I had enabled the updates before the actual files were available which confused a lot of people.  My apologies for the confusion.  I had some trouble with this release as I made some changes which didn’t work out and while this wasn’t the reason for the update gaff, it delayed the release.

Best Regards,

:ewong

About ewong

I'm a SeaMonkey dev/RelEnger and a bit of a buildbot dev.
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5 Responses to SeaMonkey 2.53.10.2 is out!

  1. D A says:

    It seems more and more sites don’t work with Seamonkey anymore. Bitchute and LinkedIn don’t work. I can’t log into my bank either for over a year with Seamonkey but no one seems to care.

  2. Hamid says:

    Thanks a lot, Happy new year!

  3. Joe says:

    Just installed and it’s working fine. Luckily the sites I am visiting are working without problems with SeaMonkey.
    Wishing all a Happy New Year!

  4. Henry says:

    @D A: On some sites it might help to change the user agent, e.g. replacing it with that of a Firefox version. This can be done on a site specific level by “general.useragent.override.[site_address]”, see http://forums.mozillazine.org/viewtopic.php?f=40&t=2647781 .

    @ewong: I also wish you (and all other readers) a Happy New Year. Thank you very much for your continuous good work and your modest attitude. Even if not all is always running smoothly and for some sites I rather use a second browser in parallel, on the whole Seamonkey is by far my favourite browser since more than a decade and I know that we owe this mainly to you and few other developers who try to keep pace with the many changes of Gecko and Firefox. In particular I like that Seamonkey is quite stable in terms of design and options, very much in contrast to Firefox where many options in about:config and elsewhere (e.g. “blank page when opening new tab” and “one close button for all tabs”) have disappeared completely and now need an addon if I want to get them back.

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