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What's New in Mozilla 1.7.5

This document outlines some of the new features implemented in Mozilla 1.7.5, important bugfixes, and any new problems. See the "rough changelog" for a more comprehensive list of 1.7.5 fixes. This list includes all of the new features and fixes from 1.7.5 Alpha, 1.7.5 Beta, and the release candidates.

New Features and Fixes

Under the Hood
  • NPRuntime support. NPRuntime is an extension to the Netscape Plugin API that was developed in cooperation with Apple, Opera, and a group of plugin vendors.
  • Added undetectable document.all support, and support for exposing elements by their ID in the global scope for greater IE compatibility when viewing pages that don't request standards compliant behaviour. and

New Issues

These are items that have been added to the Known Issues page since the last milestone, although the bugs themselves may have existed previously.