@ 7/25/2004

Abstract Window Toolkit (AWT) 

The Abstract Window Toolkit (AWT) supports Graphical User Interface (GUI) programming. AWT features include:
a rich set of user interface components;
a robust event-handling model;
graphics and imaging tools, including shape, color, and font classes;
layout managers, for flexible window layouts that don't depend on a particular window size or screen resolution;
data transfer classes, for cut-and-paste through the native platform clipboard. The AWT is part of the Java Foundation Classes (JFC). For other JFC features, see below.



@ 7/20/2004

What's new on Gmail? 

You asked. We said they were coming. And now, they're here:

Import Contacts
You've made a list. You've checked it twice. Now you never have to check it again. Move all your contacts from Yahoo! Mail, Outlook, and others to Gmail in just a few clicks. Then simply rely on our auto-complete feature to prefill all your addresses for you. Keep all your contacts in one place and keep in touch with all of them using Gmail. Learn more

Signature options
From the settings page, create a signature that's automatically added to the end of all your outgoing messages. Change it as often as you like, but always get the last word. Learn more

Safari browser support
Everybody's gone surfin'… now Mac OS X's Safari is surfing Gmail as well (versions 1.2.1 and newer).



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