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Naples 0.5 Released!

The latest release of Naples (formely known as Phoenix) has now been released. I liked the name Phoenix better than Naples - what are the developers trying to imply? Life is better in Arizona or Florida? Downloading now...

This release features the ability to have multiple homepages and support for five-button mice, and fixes a number of bugs that plagued earlier releases. It is also the smallest and fastest Phoenix to date.

Oh yeah - it's faster all right!

Posted in The Web at Dec 07 2002, 04:55:24 PM MST 4 Comments
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I think it's Phoenix for one more release. Then we dunno what it's going to be. The releases all have cute names like that. Or is it really Naples?

Posted by Dylan Moreland on December 08, 2002 at 04:20 AM MST #

I think that's probably just a cutsie release name.

Posted by Matt Raible on December 08, 2002 at 04:37 AM MST #

They changed the name because Phoenix is an owned trademark. I think Phoenix BIOS didn't like the fact that they were using that name.

Posted by Nadeem Bitar on December 08, 2002 at 05:08 AM MST #

Probably that life is better in Naples, Italy (Europe)

Posted by London Calling on December 09, 2002 at 07:27 AM MST #

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