Now here's a nice feature just checked into the Mozilla Firefox source tree that everyone wants - deletion of autocomplete results (bug 171605). There's always the odd occasion where you want to just remove a certain entry, but don't want to have to clear your browser history (and consequently lose everything else that you want to keep). How does it work? Just do a Shift-Delete when the autocomplete result you want is selected.
Another bugfix is the depiction of application-specific icons in the download manager - check out Ben Goodger's screenshot. Spiffy.
Get the latest nightly (2004-03-18) to see these changes for yourself.
In related news, Mozilla 1.7b has been released. Noteworthy changes include the Password Manager, IMAP IDLE command support for Mail/News, and the return of the Talkback crash reporting utility (only in installer builds). This is also very encouraging:
When compared to Mozilla 1.6, Mozilla 1.7 Beta is 7% faster at startup, is 8% faster at window open time, has 9% faster pageloading times, and is 5% smaller in binary size.
Get Mozilla 1.7b.