Firefox Support is coming in HttpWatch 6.0

calendarAugust 29, 2008 in HttpWatch

Mozilla FirefoxWe are pleased to announce that HttpWatch version 6.0 will be released on Monday, September 15th 2008. The major new feature in this release is support for Firefox 2.0 and 3.0 on Windows.

Existing HttpWatch Professional 5.x licenses will work with the new version, if the maintenance on the license is currently active. This applies to:

  • Anyone who purchased a license with the basic 3 months maintenance on or after June 15th, 2008
  • Anyone with a 1 year priority support and maintenance license that expires on or after September 15th 2008

Some of our prices will be increasing on September 15th, but any license purchased between now and the release date of HttpWatch 6.0 will automatically work with the new version.

4 thoughts on “Firefox Support is coming in HttpWatch 6.0

  1. Mika Mäki-Korte says:

    Great to hear this Firefox support. We have actually wait this feature. We have used livehttpheaders before this with Firefox, but in the future we can replace it with HttpWatch 6, great – thanks.

  2. Great news! Your tool is a must for those working on web techno.!

  3. Laurent P. says:

    Very good to hear this, but FireFox support on Mac OS X would be even better !
    Keep up the good work.
    Regards.

  4. Andrey G says:

    Ditto for the OS X support. I wonder if I can somehow extract it from the windows firefox and plop it into my OS X firefox.

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