Re: Since 1.1.16: single mouse clicks seen as double-clicks?

2009-04-23 Thread Gregory Hicks
Date: Wed, 22 Apr 2009 15:07:49 -0700 From: Peter Potamus the Purple Hippo peter.potamus.the.purple.hi...@gmail.com Subject: Re: Since 1.1.16: single mouse clicks seen as double-clicks? To: support-seamonkey@lists.mozilla.org Mark Hansen wrote: I realize this sounds strange, but I'm

Re: Does anyone care about this?

2009-04-23 Thread Martin Feitag
furthermore, there is a 2 gig limit for windows. Perhaps that is the reason for the problem That's a memory limit per application, not the file limit on the drive. I don't think SM stores all mails into RAM at a time...? ___ support-seamonkey mailing

Re: Does anyone care about this?

2009-04-23 Thread Daniel
ad...@mmri.us wrote: We have been through this to death. Please see previous threads. I as well as others top post as in my opinion it is outdated. Post as you wish. Moz Champion (Dan) wrote: ad...@mmri.us wrote: snip Sorryyou top post because top posting, in your opinion, is

Re: 1.1.15/16 and fr language pack

2009-04-23 Thread Lucas Levrel
Le 14 avril 2009, Robert Kaiser a écrit : Did you try switching back to English, restarting SeaMonkey, to French again, and restarting again? We unfortunately have an old Bug in SeaMonkey 1.x that makes us need that sometimes. SeaMonkey 2 should work better there. That worked! Thanks a lot.

Re: Does anyone care about this?

2009-04-23 Thread ad...@mmri.us
Whatever pleases you. Moz Champion (Dan) wrote: In that case, begone. ___ support-seamonkey mailing list support-seamonkey@lists.mozilla.org https://lists.mozilla.org/listinfo/support-seamonkey ___

Re: Does anyone care about this?

2009-04-23 Thread Peter Potamus the Purple Hippo
Martin Feitag wrote: furthermore, there is a 2 gig limit for windows. Perhaps that is the reason for the problem That's a memory limit per application, not the file limit on the drive. I don't think SM stores all mails into RAM at a time...? no, each folder has a 2 gig limit:

Re: Does anyone care about this?

2009-04-23 Thread Brian Mailman
ad...@mmri.us wrote: We have been through this to death. Please see previous threads. I as well as others top post as in my opinion it is outdated. Post as you wish. If you wish to make your messages difficult for others to read, they may oblige you and not read them. B/

Re: Does anyone care about this?

2009-04-23 Thread ad...@mmri.us
That is perfectly fine, and in order with me if they don't read my posts. Everyone is entitled to their choice. Brian Mailman wrote: If you wish to make your messages difficult for others to read, they may oblige you and not read them. B/ ___

Re: Does anyone care about this?

2009-04-23 Thread Ray_Net
Martin Feitag wrote: Peter Potamus the Purple Hippo schrieb: Martin Feitag wrote: furthermore, there is a 2 gig limit for windows. Perhaps that is the reason for the problem That's a memory limit per application, not the file limit on the drive. I don't think SM stores all mails into RAM at

Re: Saving web sites

2009-04-23 Thread n...@home
Thanks for the advice. Both methods worked, but I like the scrapbook system a bit more because of the bookmarking. I should have asked earlier and saved myself a lot of time. n...@home wrote: I'm new to having a laptop, and we travel a lot. I do my research and planning on the internet,

Re: Does anyone care about this?

2009-04-23 Thread Rob Steinmetz
POP, The server is Exim4 and dovecote I don't expect to do this often. I have one partner who keeps her messages on the sever for a long time, as a sort of safety mechanism. She downloads them constantly. I was setting up a new computer for her and downloading the messages happened as a

Re: Does anyone care about this?

2009-04-23 Thread Rob Steinmetz
Peter Potamus the Purple Hippo wrote: Martin Feitag wrote: furthermore, there is a 2 gig limit for windows. Perhaps that is the reason for the problem I don't think so since each message is transferred and then appended to the folder(file) individually. How would the file size limit affect

[OT] crash reports - was Re: slow speed of newsreader

2009-04-23 Thread NoOp
On 04/22/2009 10:21 PM, Philip Chee wrote: On Wed, 22 Apr 2009 20:46:47 -0400, Leonidas Jones wrote: Martin Feitag wrote: Be patient, it's still an alpha-version ;-) (though I have to say it doesn't crash often here) Oh not often at all, maybe once or twice a week. Still, its more then I

Re: Saving web sites

2009-04-23 Thread NoOp
On 04/23/2009 02:41 PM, n...@home wrote: Thanks for the advice. Both methods worked, but I like the scrapbook system a bit more because of the bookmarking. I should have asked earlier and saved myself a lot of time. I like the idea of the Scrapbook add-on as well (haven't tried it though).

Re: Does anyone care about this?

2009-04-23 Thread Brian Mailman
ad...@mmri.us wrote: Brian Mailman wrote: If you wish to make your messages difficult for others to read, they may oblige you and not read them. That is perfectly fine, and in order with me if they don't read my posts. Everyone is entitled to their choice. In cyberspace, no one can hear

Re: Does anyone care about this?

2009-04-23 Thread NoOp
On 04/23/2009 06:59 PM, Brian Mailman wrote: ad...@mmri.us wrote: Brian Mailman wrote: If you wish to make your messages difficult for others to read, they may oblige you and not read them. That is perfectly fine, and in order with me if they don't read my posts. Everyone is entitled to

Re: [OT] crash reports - was Re: slow speed of newsreader

2009-04-23 Thread Leonidas Jones
Leonidas Jones wrote: NoOp wrote: On 04/22/2009 10:21 PM, Philip Chee wrote: On Wed, 22 Apr 2009 20:46:47 -0400, Leonidas Jones wrote: Martin Feitag wrote: Be patient, it's still an alpha-version ;-) (though I have to say it doesn't crash often here) Oh not often at all, maybe once or twice

Re: Wandering Bookmarks in SeaMonkey

2009-04-23 Thread flyguy
Garrett Czmor wrote: $irVivor §ireßird wrote: Some two thirds of my bookmarks suddenly vanished last night for no apparent reason. I'd been looking at a site I've used dozens of times before (IMDB), closed SeaMonkey, opened it again a few minutes later to check another regular site (BBC