Firefox has gone through quite a few changes over the years and I
expect that this trend will continue. Below are some of the caveats
that relate to the different Firefox versions.
The only known issue specific to SpellBound and the
Mozilla Suite is explained on the Installation
page in that SpellBound uses the same spell checking engine that is
provided with the Mozilla Suite and you may have to install the
"Spellchecker" component depending on how you initially
installed the Mozilla Suite.
Firefox All Versions
If you uninstall and then reinstall Firefox you will also
need to reinstall any dictionaries you have previously installed.
The easiest way to do this is to copy the myspell directory which is
located in the original application's components directory (e.g.
where you originally installed Firefox) into the new application's
components directory. If you are unsure of
the location you may also reinstall the dictionaries from
page or the Mozilla Foundation's
for Mozilla Thunderbird
page. Besides that there are just the issues
that all extensions have along with the spell check engine issues which
can be found in Bugzilla
well as the items discussed on the FAQ
There are no known issues with SpellBound specific to these versions of
Firefox except those related to all releases as stated above.
Deer Park Alpha 2
FreeBSD and OS/2 builds are not supported. There was a Mozilla API change
after this release and you will need to update the libraries the next
time you upgrade.
FreeBSD builds are not supported. There was a Mozilla API change
after the Deer Park Alpha 2 release and you will need to update the
libraries if you ever choose to downgrade.
Firefox 0.9x and 0.10x (e.g. 0.10 is the same as the 1.0 Preview Release)
Prior to the Firefox 1.0 Preview Release there were several issues
with Firefox and I highly recommend upgrading to the latest release of
Firefox (e.g. 1.0).
For numerous reasons Firefox 0.8.x and previous versions of Firefox are