Re: Unread items icon in SM2

2009-06-09 Thread David Wilkinson
Philip Chee wrote: Doesn't View-Apply Theme date back to the old Mozilla Suite? It's now called the Default Theme but it with new icons for the buttons. If you want the classic Classic then you'll have to look for a third party theme that does this retro look. In SM1.x there is

Re: Unread items icon in SM2

2009-06-09 Thread Robert Kaiser
David Wilkinson wrote: In SM1.x there is Edit-Preferences-Appearance-Themes. This is no longer there in SM2. Yes, that kind of thing is now Tools-Add-On Manager-Themes. Robert Kaiser ___ support-seamonkey mailing list

Re: Unread items icon in SM2

2009-06-09 Thread Keith Whaley
David Wilkinson wrote: Philip Chee wrote: Doesn't View-Apply Theme date back to the old Mozilla Suite? It's now called the Default Theme but it with new icons for the buttons. If you want the classic Classic then you'll have to look for a third party theme that does this retro look. In SM1.x

Re: SeaMonkey 2 and Thunderbird 3

2009-06-09 Thread David Wilkinson
Robert Kaiser wrote: Yes, it is, we cannot release a stable SeaMonkey release without a stable mail/news backend, which we only will have once Thunderbird 3 goes into at least RC phase. That said, we'll have a first beta of SM2 in the next few weeks, a second beta a few weeks later and then

Re: SeaMonkey 2 and Thunderbird 3

2009-06-09 Thread John
David Wilkinson wrote: I'm sure there will be many good things in SM2, but for me the most important order of business is getting the FireFox 3 rendering engine. Already there are several sites I use (one in particular) that do not render well in SM1.x. Expanding on this question, I hope

Re: HTML message display for RSS

2009-06-09 Thread Martin Feitag
David Wilkinson wrote: 2. If I view my messages as plain text, then I *know* that I will not be the victim of javascript, web bugs, and other HTML trickery. true, true... Anyway, hence the desire to have the default display type configurable on a per server basis. The only explanation for

Re: Automatic mail read

2009-06-09 Thread Martin Feitag
Broadback wrote: I am using 1.1.6 with this version and previous the automatic mail read seems hit and miss. I have 10 email addresses, when I start SM it always reads some but it seems not others. The same happens on the scheduled reads, I have found this out as I expected emails (plural) on a

Re: HTML message display for RSS

2009-06-09 Thread Hartmut Figge
Martin Feitag: Looks like there is pretty much room for improvements left there ;-) Sure. Would you like to know how to get the source? O:-) Hartmut ___ support-seamonkey mailing list support-seamonkey@lists.mozilla.org

Re: HTML message display for RSS

2009-06-09 Thread Martin Feitag
Hartmut Figge wrote: Martin Feitag: Looks like there is pretty much room for improvements left there ;-) Sure. Would you like to know how to get the source? O:-) Hartmut I doubt that this will be enough. My brain needs another course of How to be a great ...-programmer or similar before

Re: Automatic mail read

2009-06-09 Thread Broadback
Martin Feitag wrote: Broadback wrote: I am using 1.1.6 with this version and previous the automatic mail read seems hit and miss. I have 10 email addresses, when I start SM it always reads some but it seems not others. The same happens on the scheduled reads, I have found this out as I expected

Re: Automatic mail read

2009-06-09 Thread Martin Feitag
Broadback wrote: Martin Feitag wrote: Broadback wrote: I am using 1.1.6 with this version and previous the automatic mail read seems hit and miss. I have 10 email addresses, when I start SM it always reads some but it seems not others. The same happens on the scheduled reads, I have found this

how to test an email address

2009-06-09 Thread horst39
Is it possible to just test with SM1.1.16 the validity of an email address without actually bothering the recipient? If not, is there another program able to do this operation? Thanks Horst ___ support-seamonkey mailing list

Re: how to test an email address

2009-06-09 Thread Martin Feitag
horst39 wrote: Is it possible to just test with SM1.1.16 the validity of an email address without actually bothering the recipient? If not, is there another program able to do this operation? Thanks Horst There are quite a few websites if it doesn't need to be a program:

Re: SeaMonkey 2 and Thunderbird 3

2009-06-09 Thread Jens Hatlak
John wrote: David Wilkinson wrote: I'm sure there will be many good things in SM2, but for me the most important order of business is getting the FireFox 3 rendering engine. Already there are several sites I use (one in particular) that do not render well in SM1.x. Expanding on this

Re: Problem moving to ne computer

2009-06-09 Thread stan
stan wrote: I'm moving to an Acer and also to Vista. I have written my profile from old system to my external hard disk. Then, installed SM16 to new machine. Used profile manager and named a new profile. Then figured I could search for a folder with .slt and replace the contents to get my

Where is Tab X addon?

2009-06-09 Thread stan
There's a really nice and very simple addon that places an X in the upper right corner of each tab header that can be used to terminate a tab. I can't find it. Stan ___ support-seamonkey mailing list support-seamonkey@lists.mozilla.org

AdBlock Pllus/SM (2?)

2009-06-09 Thread Paul B. Gallagher
I've been reading good things here about AdBlock Plus, and I'm running SeaMonkey 1.1.16, so I suppose I could download and install it, but I've also read that important improvements will not be made until SM 2 is finally released. What's the advice, on this -- should I install now and upgrade

Re: [OT - somewhat] mozilla.support.screenshots borked?

2009-06-09 Thread NoOp
On 06/09/2009 05:07 AM, Jay Garcia wrote: On 09.06.2009 00:28, NoOp wrote: --- Original Message --- Has the moderator gone walkabout? Posted a SM 2.0 related screenshot there hours ago it's yet to show up. You've just experienced one of the many drawbacks of the way screenshots