Re: Is there any single unified GUI option to choose the default search engine *everywhere* in SM?

2009-08-22 Thread _\/_ Luctur _\/_
NoOp wrote: Works for me: 2.0b1 linux. Place the ixquick_seamon_en.src in the /seamonkey/searchplugins folder. Note: I see you are using windows, so your searchplugins folder will be in your 'Programs' directory where seamonkey is installed. Then: Edit|Preferences|Browser|Internet Search|Search

Re: Odd helper apps behavior after reinstall

2009-08-22 Thread Martin Freitag
Dick Baker schrieb: All true, and I, coincidentally, ran across that same Acrobat/Acrobat Reader issue a while back and solved it the same way you did. BUT that's not the case here. The only program I installed on the rebuilt PC that has claimed the .mp3 .wav .mpg association is Windows

Re: Getting Rid of Files Shown in Name pane - 1.17

2009-08-22 Thread Martin Freitag
Mark Hansen schrieb: On 08/21/09 08:38, Arnie Goetchius wrote: OK, I set up a Test profile and did not download any messages and it works as you would expect, ie. no files listed in the folder pane. I plan to delete the default profile and start over. You can copy of lot of your

Re: Is there any single unified GUI option to choose the default search engine *everywhere* in SM?

2009-08-22 Thread Daniel
Ray_Net wrote: Robert Kaiser wrote: _\/_ Luctur _\/_ wrote: More comments or votes may help to speed things up, perhaps. No, they don't, nowhere in Bugzilla. Only a patch does. Robert Kaiser In my opinion, a bug *must* be corrected by a patch - no need for votes. A New Feature Suggestion

Re: Getting Rid of Files Shown in Name pane - 1.17

2009-08-22 Thread Daniel
Arnie Goetchius wrote: On my Dell Latitude, I have the following situation: Under the Name pane where I see Inbox, Sent, Newsgroups, etc, I also see the following list of files which appear to be a part of the Seamonkey installation: + Chrome + Components + Defaults | | | +

Re: Odd helper apps behavior after reinstall

2009-08-22 Thread Dick Baker
Martin Freitag prof_nosp...@quantentunnel.de wrote in news:h6oguk$uh...@news.albasani.net: Dick Baker schrieb: All true, and I, coincidentally, ran across that same Acrobat/Acrobat Reader issue a while back and solved it the same way you did. BUT that's not the case here. The only program

Re: HELP!!!! Mail moving and/or disappearing on its own!!!!!!!!!!!!!

2009-08-22 Thread Rick Merrill
Richard Owlett wrote: Neil Marcus wrote: I have WinXP and Seamonkey 1.1.17. All of a sudden, when I delete an email, or group of emails all email in that Inbox disappear. Sometimes completely, and sometimes it creates a new folder called nstmp, nstmp-1 (-2, -3, etc). I have same setup.

Upgrading to SeaMonkey 1.17

2009-08-22 Thread Henry
I am running WinXP Pro on a Dell 2.8 GHz machine with 2G memory. I am running Mozilla ver. 1.8.1.11 and want to upgrade to SeaMonkey 1.1.17. I'm confused about whether I have to un-install Mozilla first or if I can install SeaMonkey and will be OK if I don't open both programs at the same

Re: Is there any single unified GUI option to choose the default search engine *everywhere* in SM?

2009-08-22 Thread NoOp
On 08/22/2009 03:28 AM, _\/_ Luctur _\/_ wrote: NoOp wrote: Works for me: 2.0b1 linux. Place the ixquick_seamon_en.src in the /seamonkey/searchplugins folder. Note: I see you are using windows, so your searchplugins folder will be in your 'Programs' directory where seamonkey is installed.

SSL Certificate Errors

2009-08-22 Thread Rob C.
I've been getting a Security Error box popping up lately when I visit various websites. It says the certificate doesn't match the domain. I get that part but the certificate presented seems to always match a domain that I do frequent, i.e it shows a certificate for ups.com when I visit

Re: Getting Rid of Files Shown in Name pane - 1.17

2009-08-22 Thread Arnie Goetchius
Daniel wrote: Arnie Goetchius wrote: On my Dell Latitude, I have the following situation: Under the Name pane where I see Inbox, Sent, Newsgroups, etc, I also see the following list of files which appear to be a part of the Seamonkey installation: + Chrome + Components + Defaults | |

Re: Upgrading to SeaMonkey 1.17

2009-08-22 Thread Jens Hatlak
On 8/22/2009 6:28 PM Henry wrote: I am running Mozilla ver. 1.8.1.11 No such Mozilla version has ever been made public (the last one was 1.7.13). Looking at your User-Agent string I guess you mean Firefox 2.0.0.11. and want to upgrade to SeaMonkey 1.1.17. I'm confused about whether I

Re: Upgrading to SeaMonkey 1.17

2009-08-22 Thread Henry
Jens Hatlak wrote: On 8/22/2009 6:28 PM Henry wrote: I am running Mozilla ver. 1.8.1.11 No such Mozilla version has ever been made public (the last one was 1.7.13). Looking at your User-Agent string I guess you mean Firefox 2.0.0.11. and want to upgrade to SeaMonkey 1.1.17. I'm

Re: Upgrading to SeaMonkey 1.17

2009-08-22 Thread Jens Hatlak
On 8/22/2009 11:48 PM Henry wrote: There was a Mozilla ver. 1.8.1.11 and I'm running it using User Agent Switcher to make it look like I'm running Firefox 2.0.0.11. No, 1.7.13 was the last Mozilla version, believe me. User Agent Switcher probably also changed the Gecko version in addition to

Re: Upgrading to SeaMonkey 1.17

2009-08-22 Thread Henry
Jens Hatlak wrote: On 8/22/2009 11:48 PM Henry wrote: No, 1.7.13 was the last Mozilla version, believe me. User Agent Switcher probably also changed the Gecko version in addition to adding Firefox/2.0.0.11. Anyway... No, Ver. 1.8.11 was issued. Please ask Robert Kaiser for conformation.

Re: Upgrading to SeaMonkey 1.17

2009-08-22 Thread Philip Chee
On Sun, 23 Aug 2009 00:19:21 +0200, Jens Hatlak wrote: On 8/22/2009 11:48 PM Henry wrote: There was a Mozilla ver. 1.8.1.11 and I'm running it using User Agent Switcher to make it look like I'm running Firefox 2.0.0.11. The last nightly that was called Mozilla was 1.8b2 (Gecko 1.8.0.0) A