Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Seamonkey is a wonderful thing. xSidebar-- though, we might assume, decidedly not essential to Seamonkey, as suggested in another review-- it does allow for the installation of many other "addons" [AMO] in the 1.1 branch, which is a very nice enhancement. Seamonkey 2, however, does not depend upon xSidebar nearly as much for its compatibility with so many community developed extensions. The latest Seamonkey 2 is really getting so close to being what could be the first truly complete internet suite [albeit, still pre-release, as of this posting]: its usability seems to have made a big jump from even a few weeks ago-- very well done, considering the community driven development appears to be /truly/ community driven.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.0.5).