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 href="http://www.mozilla.org/ports/fizzilla/Cocoazilla.html">Cocoazilla</a>, a variant of <a  href="http://www.mozilla.org/ports/fizzilla/Cocoazilla.html">Cocoazilla</a>, a variant of <a
 href="http://www.mozilla.org/ports/fizzilla/">Fizzilla</a> that consists of a UNIX back end connected to a Cocoa front end.  Since  href="http://www.mozilla.org/ports/fizzilla/">Fizzilla</a> that consists of a UNIX back end connected to a Cocoa front end.  Since
 Chimera uses a native toolkit to create it's GUI it can't run on any platform other than OS X, but since it doesn't use XUL it is  Chimera uses a native toolkit to create it's GUI it can't run on any platform other than OS X, but since it doesn't use XUL it is
slightly faster than the default Mozilla browser on the same computer.  The most recent stable release, <aslightly faster than the regular Mozilla browser on the same computer.  The most recent stable release, <a
 href="ftp://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/chimera/releases/chimera-0.4.dmg.gz">version 0.4</a>, is available for download along with <a  href="ftp://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/chimera/releases/chimera-0.4.dmg.gz">version 0.4</a>, is available for download along with <a
 href="ftp://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/chimera/nightly/latest-trunk/">nightly development builds</a>.  href="ftp://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/chimera/nightly/latest-trunk/">nightly development builds</a>.
   
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 href="http://dino.mozdev.org">Dino</a>.  href="http://dino.mozdev.org">Dino</a>.
   
   
<p><h2>The Future of Mozilla Browsers</h2><p><h2>What's Coming Next?</h2>
   
 <p>The browsers that are currently under development using Mozilla are just the tip of the iceberg.  One of the most interesting  <p>The browsers that are currently under development using Mozilla are just the tip of the iceberg.  One of the most interesting
 possibilities for future browser development comes from AOL, the same company that owns Netscape and that is the main sponsor of the  possibilities for future browser development comes from AOL, the same company that owns Netscape and that is the main sponsor of the

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