we need some help here!
In an edit-box (for example: comment box here in the Blog) ‘rightclick → Languages → Download more dictionaries …’ will lead to an AMO Website with a list of available dictionaries (and Language Packs). This page urgently needs some maintenance: Continue reading
Additionally to the very outdated “official” Release Notes here you find some more information concerning changes with SeaMonkey 2.39.
Please see Wiki-Page. I do not know which Firefox42 – features made it into SeaMonkey
A Bugzilla query shows SeaMonkey 2.39-specific RFE-Fixes – for “Bug 1153577 – Users should be able to hide the menu bar and show it with the ALT key” there might be a problem with Ubuntu/Unity.
- Bugs in SeaMonkey 2.38 what have been fixed for SeaMonkey 2.39.
- Bugs which have been fixed in Thunderbird and Firefox since SeaMonkey 2.38. Not all bugs in Firefox or Thunderbird do affect SeaMonkey, but also it is not sure that all fixes will work in SeaMonkey.
The “Known -Issues“- list is outdated, here an attempt for a more realistic overview.
Old and new bugs
A horribly long list, what does not consider that not all Thunderbird– and Firefox-bugs are relevant for SeaMonkey. And many of them are UNCONFIRMED or outdated (have been fixed in between).
Thanks to all who made possible this release.
Here some additional information concerning the new beta release (official release notes here unfortunately are very outdated) .
There are some possible Regressions compared to 2.38 (bugs, what appeared after release of SeaMonkey 2.38). It would be great if some users would do bug triaging with the UNCONFIRMED ones from the list. (1)
🙂 But, of course, we do not only have possible regresses, but also real progress, several Bug-Fixes.
(1) A Bugzilla-Account is required to proceed these queries. Please consider that SeaMonkey might be affected by bugs and bug-fixes for Firefox, Thunderbird, Core and others, none of the related bugs will appear in resulting bug lists.