How to install SeaMonkey 2.29 Internet Suite on OpenSUSE 13.1

September 23, 2014 | By | Reply More

SeaMonkey is a popular internet suite for Linux. It includes web browser, mail client, newsgroup client and HTML editor in a single application. The new version of SeaMonkey 2.29 is now available for download. Here, gamblisfx team want to share how to install SeaMonkey 2.29 on OpenSUSE 13.1 system. The following changes have been made to the SeaMonkey 2.29:

  • URLs that are too long to be shown completely appear in a tooltip now when hovering the location bar.
  • Coloring of the location bar for HTTPS URLs can be disabled through Preferences now.
  • Certain search engines can be discovered automatically now.
  • The status bar padlock icon features a context menu now.
  • You can now insert formulas in Composer using a dialog (LaTeX to MathML).
  • Feed items can be tagged automatically according to feed category tags now.
  • Searching within a message compose window will now display the find toolbar.
  • The account name is now shown in the status bar when downloading messages from POP servers.
  • Localizability of custom reply headers has been improved (mailnews.reply_header_* preferences).

For more information, please visit the official SeaMonkey website.

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Steps to install SeaMonkey 2.29 on OpenSUSE 13.1

32 bit system

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64 bit system

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To run SeaMonkey, simply use this command on Terminal

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Done.

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