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If I am not mistaken it actually has. And ironically enough it was Mozilla that once upon a time had this support. It has been checked in 2000-06-12.
Fedora, Mozilla, and trademarks
Posted Apr 29, 2010 23:51 UTC (Thu) by roc (subscriber, #30627)
Posted Apr 30, 2010 0:44 UTC (Fri) by foom (subscriber, #14868)
According to https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=18574#c653:
"It shipped in Mozilla 1.0 through 1.3, and Netscape 7.0, and had trivial usage on the web, and was
backed out before Mozilla 1.4 and Firebird 0.6.1."
Perhaps mozilla didn't really count as a mainstream browser back in 2001-2003? :)
Posted Apr 30, 2010 4:47 UTC (Fri) by lambda (subscriber, #40735)
No, it didn't. If I remember correctly, Mozilla had maybe 1-2% market share back then, making it pretty far from mainstream. Those were pretty dark days, when there really was only one mainstream browser.
These days, there are 4 browsers I'd consider to be "mainstream" (IE, Firefox, Safari, and Chrome), and one, Opera, on the edge (in some countries, it has enough marketshare to be considered mainstream, and their mobile browser seems to be pretty popular).
Posted Apr 30, 2010 0:34 UTC (Fri) by bronson (subscriber, #4806)
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