Re: Mail2web Problem

2018-02-22 Thread Richard Owlett
On 02/19/2018 03:01 PM, Sanpam wrote: WaltS48 wrote: On 2/18/18 9:49 PM, Sanpam wrote: When logging into mail2web to check my email, it asks for a code like this: "To prevent automated programs from using mail2web.com, we ask that you type your code in the text box provided". But no code

Stitching together multiple page HTML into single page.

2018-02-22 Thread Richard Owlett
There are sites containing relatively complex documentation. The authors chose to break it down in chunks of one HTML page per section. That is convenient for those viewing it online. I read that level of documentation offline. I prefer it as a single page format so I can easily text search

Re: Stitching together multiple page HTML into single page.

2018-02-22 Thread Paul B. Gallagher
Richard Owlett wrote: There are sites containing relatively complex documentation. The authors chose to break it down in chunks of one HTML page per section. That is convenient for those viewing it online. I read that level of documentation offline. I prefer it as a single page format so I

Re: running Seamonkey 2.49.3 Windows 64 bit

2018-02-22 Thread Dirk Munk
Yes indeed! Frank-Rainer Grahl wrote: > 2.49.3? > > Where did you get this 64bit package from? Probably from here: https://www.wg9s.com/comm-esr/ FRG Edmund Wong wrote: Dirk Munk wrote: I really wish the developers would start producing official 64 bit versions of Seamonkey. How many

Re: Greasemonkey

2018-02-22 Thread EE
Sanpam wrote: Is there any version of Greasemonkey that will run scripts on Seamonkey? I need to get it installed so I can run a Facebook Purity script on the latest version of SM. Version 3.17 might work. You might have to run it through the converter first.

Re: Stitching together multiple page HTML into single page.

2018-02-22 Thread Ed Mullen
On 2/22/2018 at 5:43 AM, Richard Owlett created this epitome of digital genius: There are sites containing relatively complex documentation. The authors chose to break it down in chunks of one HTML page per section. That is convenient for those viewing it online. I read that level of

Re: Strange punctuation randomly inserted in email

2018-02-22 Thread jamielansford
On Wednesday, February 21, 2018 at 2:20:51 AM UTC-6, Frank-Rainer Grahl wrote: > If you can reproduce it file a bug. Might be in shared mail / news code with > Thunderbird so if you run this too try there also. > > FRG > > > cmcadams wrote: > > jamielansf...@gmail.com wrote: > >> I typically

Re: Strange punctuation randomly inserted in email

2018-02-22 Thread jamielansford
On Thursday, February 22, 2018 at 12:14:04 PM UTC-6, cmcadams wrote: > Thunderbird menus (as in the link) are different from SM, but I solved the > problem of > switching to smtp.gmail.com in 2.49.2 by the expedient of deleting > smtp.att.yahoo.com. > > 2.49.2 doesn't seem to like being

Re: running Seamonkey 2.49.3 Windows 64 bit

2018-02-22 Thread Frank-Rainer Grahl
Bill just put an experimental 2.53 up with patches I provided. It is not fully up to date wrt security fixes but the worst offenders are included. Please back up your profile if you use it. There is no go back to 2.49.x after using it. This is at latest Fx 56 level with additional fixes. FRG

Re: Strange punctuation randomly inserted in email

2018-02-22 Thread Frank-Rainer Grahl
http://forums.mozillazine.org/viewtopic.php?f=39=3038519=15 cmcadams wrote: This is interesting. As an experiment I changed my SM 2.49.2 default SMTP from smtp.att.yahoo.com to smtp.gmail.com. Then I tried repeating the example I tried before with the same results. BUT...Seamonkey was NOT

Re: Strange punctuation randomly inserted in email

2018-02-22 Thread cmcadams
Thunderbird menus (as in the link) are different from SM, but I solved the problem of switching to smtp.gmail.com in 2.49.2 by the expedient of deleting smtp.att.yahoo.com. 2.49.2 doesn't seem to like being required to use multiple smtp servers, any more than switching default search engines.

Re: Strange punctuation randomly inserted in email

2018-02-22 Thread jamielansford
On Thursday, February 22, 2018 at 12:14:04 PM UTC-6, cmcadams wrote: > Thunderbird menus (as in the link) are different from SM, but I solved the > problem of > switching to smtp.gmail.com in 2.49.2 by the expedient of deleting > smtp.att.yahoo.com. > > 2.49.2 doesn't seem to like being

Re: Strange punctuation randomly inserted in email

2018-02-22 Thread jamielansford
On Thursday, February 22, 2018 at 12:58:06 PM UTC-6, Jamie Lansford wrote: > On Thursday, February 22, 2018 at 12:14:04 PM UTC-6, cmcadams wrote: > > Thunderbird menus (as in the link) are different from SM, but I solved the > > problem of > > switching to smtp.gmail.com in 2.49.2 by the

Re: Strange punctuation randomly inserted in email

2018-02-22 Thread Frank-Rainer Grahl
Currently this points to a yahoo mail server issue and not to a SeaMonkey or Thunderbird problem. Try setting mail.strictly_mime to true and see if it solves your problem. FRG jamielansf...@gmail.com wrote: On Thursday, February 22, 2018 at 12:58:06 PM UTC-6, Jamie Lansford wrote: On

Re: Stitching together multiple page HTML into single page.

2018-02-22 Thread Lee
On 2/22/18, Richard Owlett wrote: > There are sites containing relatively complex documentation. The authors > chose to break it down in chunks of one HTML page per section. > > That is convenient for those viewing it online. I read that level of > documentation offline. I

Re: The new Google Earth only runs on Chrome, why?

2018-02-22 Thread csadams--- via support-seamonkey
The reason the new Google Earth is Chrome only is because it relies on running native code in the browser via Native Client (NaCL), which is Chrome only. Plan is move native code execution to Web Assembly (WASM) and go cross-browser once WASM's multi-threading support is rolled out by all the

Re: Strange punctuation randomly inserted in email

2018-02-22 Thread Arnie Goetchius
cmcadams wrote: > This is interesting. As an experiment I changed my SM 2.49.2 default SMTP > from smtp.att.yahoo.com to > smtp.gmail.com. Then I tried repeating the example I tried before with the > same results. > BUT...Seamonkey was NOT using Gmail's SMTP server, if the box that pops up >

Registered program

2018-02-22 Thread G. Ross
SeaMonkey 2.46, Win7 64 bit. My wife's laptop and mine are set up nearly identically. We have a desktop shortcut for the weather beginning with https// etc. For the past week when she clicks on this shortcut an error message pops up "The protocol https does not have a registered program".

Re: Strange punctuation randomly inserted in email

2018-02-22 Thread Lemuel Johnson
On 2/22/2018 3:28 PM, Frank-Rainer Grahl wrote: Currently this points to a yahoo mail server issue and not to a SeaMonkey or Thunderbird problem. Try setting mail.strictly_mime to true and see if it solves your problem. FRG I think someone at Yahoo/ATT fixed it. As of 6:00 CST 2/22 my

Re: Strange punctuation randomly inserted in email

2018-02-22 Thread cmcadams
Arnie Goetchius wrote: cmcadams wrote: This is interesting. As an experiment I changed my SM 2.49.2 default SMTP from smtp.att.yahoo.com to smtp.gmail.com. Then I tried repeating the example I tried before with the same results. BUT...Seamonkey was NOT using Gmail's SMTP server, if the box

Re: Strange punctuation randomly inserted in email

2018-02-22 Thread Arnie Goetchius
cmcadams wrote: > Arnie Goetchius wrote: >> cmcadams wrote: >>> This is interesting. As an experiment I changed my SM 2.49.2 default SMTP >>> from smtp.att.yahoo.com to >>> smtp.gmail.com. Then I tried repeating the example I tried before with the >>> same results. >>> BUT...Seamonkey was NOT

Re: Registered program

2018-02-22 Thread Paul B. Gallagher
G. Ross wrote: SeaMonkey 2.46, Win7 64 bit.  My wife's laptop and mine are set up nearly identically.  We have a desktop shortcut for the weather beginning with https//  etc.  For the past week when she clicks on this shortcut an error message pops up "The protocol https does not have a

Re: Strange punctuation randomly inserted in email

2018-02-22 Thread cmcadams
jamielansf...@gmail.com wrote: On Thursday, February 22, 2018 at 12:58:06 PM UTC-6, Jamie Lansford wrote: On Thursday, February 22, 2018 at 12:14:04 PM UTC-6, cmcadams wrote: Thunderbird menus (as in the link) are different from SM, but I solved the problem of switching to smtp.gmail.com in

Re: Strange punctuation randomly inserted in email

2018-02-22 Thread cmcadams
Arnie Goetchius wrote: cmcadams wrote: Arnie Goetchius wrote: cmcadams wrote: This is interesting. As an experiment I changed my SM 2.49.2 default SMTP from smtp.att.yahoo.com to smtp.gmail.com. Then I tried repeating the example I tried before with the same results. BUT...Seamonkey was NOT

Re: Stitching together multiple page HTML into single page.

2018-02-22 Thread Ed Mullen
On 2/22/2018 at 7:19 AM, Paul B. Gallagher created this epitome of digital genius: Richard Owlett wrote: There are sites containing relatively complex documentation. The authors chose to break it down in chunks of one HTML page per section. That is convenient for those viewing it online. I

Re: Stitching together multiple page HTML into single page.

2018-02-22 Thread Ed Mullen
On 2/22/2018 at 5:43 AM, Richard Owlett created this epitome of digital genius: There are sites containing relatively complex documentation. The authors chose to break it down in chunks of one HTML page per section. That is convenient for those viewing it online. I read that level of

Re: Stitching together multiple page HTML into single page.

2018-02-22 Thread Paul B. Gallagher
Ed Mullen wrote: On 2/22/2018 at 7:19 AM, Paul B. Gallagher created this epitome of digital genius: Richard Owlett wrote: There are sites containing relatively complex documentation. The authors chose to break it down in chunks of one HTML page per section. That is convenient for those

Re: Strange punctuation randomly inserted in email

2018-02-22 Thread Ed Mullen
On 2/21/2018 at 11:17 PM, cmcadams created this epitome of digital genius: This is interesting. As an experiment I changed my SM 2.49.2 default SMTP from smtp.att.yahoo.com to smtp.gmail.com. Then I tried repeating the example I tried before with the same results. BUT...Seamonkey was NOT using