Re: SeaMonkey and Facebook

2009-04-14 Thread John Doue
Bill Davidsen wrote: DoctorBill wrote: Mark Hansen wrote: On 04/12/09 06:36, DoctorBill wrote: OPeter Potamus the Purple Hippo wrote: DoctorBill wrote: I had to join Facebook recently for some friends and relatives. A lot of the buttons and Links do not work when I enter Facebook using

Re: SeaMonkey and Facebook

2009-04-14 Thread John Doue
Leonidas Jones wrote: DoctorBill wrote: DoctorBill wrote: I had to join Facebook recently for some friends and relatives. A lot of the buttons and Links do not work when I enter Facebook using SeaMonkey 1.1 I have to use I.E. Is there anything I can do about this or is it FaceBook's

Re: two .slt folders

2009-04-14 Thread Peter Potamus the Purple Hippo
Henry wrote: Peter Potamus the Purple Hippo wrote: If so, then close Mozilla, When I run mozilla.exe -p in the run box, all I get is my Mozilla home page. I get nothing about profile manager. I guess you missed those little words -- *IMPORTANT*: Sorry folks, but I cannot provide email

Re: SeaMonkey and Facebook

2009-04-14 Thread Peter Potamus the Purple Hippo
DoctorBill wrote: Peter Potamus the Purple Hippo wrote: DoctorBill wrote: DoctorBill wrote: I had to join Facebook recently for some friends and relatives. A lot of the buttons and Links do not work when I enter Facebook using SeaMonkey 1.1 I have to use I.E. Is there anything I can do

Re: two .slt folders

2009-04-14 Thread Henry
Mark Hansen wrote: On 04/14/09 08:12, Henry wrote: When I run mozilla.exe -p in the run box, all I get is my Mozilla home page. I get nothing about profile manager. Also, I checked under help/about Mozilla and I am running Mozilla 1.8.1.11 Henry When you run Mozilla, to you have a

Re: two .slt folders

2009-04-14 Thread Henry
Peter Potamus the Purple Hippo wrote: Henry wrote: Peter Potamus the Purple Hippo wrote: If so, then close Mozilla, When I run mozilla.exe -p in the run box, all I get is my Mozilla home page. I get nothing about profile manager. I guess you missed those little words No, I closed

Support for Norton idenity Safe

2009-04-14 Thread f1r2e...@gmail.com
Found a serious problem with Seamonkey. It does not support Norton Internet Security'd idenity Safe a part of Norton Internet Security 2009 Is there an update for this incompatability in the works? ___ support-seamonkey mailing list

Re: SeaMonkey and Facebook

2009-04-14 Thread Leonidas Jones
John Doue wrote: Leonidas Jones wrote: DoctorBill wrote: DoctorBill wrote: I had to join Facebook recently for some friends and relatives. A lot of the buttons and Links do not work when I enter Facebook using SeaMonkey 1.1 I have to use I.E. Is there anything I can do about this or is it

Re: two .slt folders

2009-04-14 Thread Mark Hansen
On 04/14/09 08:52, Henry wrote: Mark Hansen wrote: On 04/14/09 08:12, Henry wrote: When I run mozilla.exe -p in the run box, all I get is my Mozilla home page. I get nothing about profile manager. Also, I checked under help/about Mozilla and I am running Mozilla 1.8.1.11 Henry When

Re: Gone back to v1 (1.1.16) but

2009-04-14 Thread Bill Davidsen
Leonidas Jones wrote: Interesting. My first thought was to disable css, didn't help, so I disabled js and it worked, so I looked no further, Disable js is a useful debugging tool, but it's not a solution. It's something like being sprayed by a skunk and holding your breath; it prevents the

Re: Default e-mail client contest.

2009-04-14 Thread Daniel
HeavyDuty wrote: Seamonkey 1.1.16 Win XP Pro SP3 WordPerfect WPOX4 SP1. For some strange reason, WordPerfect wants me to set my default e-mail client to MS Office 2007 Outlook (Macy's and Gimbel's?). The particular WP function has nothing to do with e-mail, but that's beside the point. If I

Re: Gone back to v1 (1.1.16) but

2009-04-14 Thread Leonidas Jones
Bill Davidsen wrote: Leonidas Jones wrote: Interesting. My first thought was to disable css, didn't help, so I disabled js and it worked, so I looked no further, Disable js is a useful debugging tool, but it's not a solution. It's something like being sprayed by a skunk and holding your

Re: Default e-mail client contest.

2009-04-14 Thread HeavyDuty
Daniel wrote: HeavyDuty wrote: Seamonkey 1.1.16 Win XP Pro SP3 WordPerfect WPOX4 SP1. For some strange reason, WordPerfect wants me to set my default e-mail client to MS Office 2007 Outlook (Macy's and Gimbel's?). The particular WP function has nothing to do with e-mail, but that's beside

Re: Default e-mail client contest.

2009-04-14 Thread Terry R.
The date and time was Tuesday, April 14, 2009 3:49:43 PM, and on a whim, HeavyDuty pounded out on the keyboard: Seamonkey 1.1.16 Win XP Pro SP3 WordPerfect WPOX4 SP1. For some strange reason, WordPerfect wants me to set my default e-mail client to MS Office 2007 Outlook (Macy's and