SeaMonkey 2.11 has been released.

2012-07-17 Thread Edmund Wong
://www.seamonkey-project.org/releases/seamonkey2.11 System Requirements: http://www.seamonkey-project.org/doc/system-requirements -- Edmund Wong ___ support-seamonkey mailing list support-seamonkey@lists.mozilla.org https://lists.mozilla.org/listinfo/support

Re: Can't upgrade SM to v2.12.1 from v2.12 due to its integrity? And fixes?

2012-09-11 Thread Edmund Wong
Ant wrote: Hi! It won't let me upgrade today so far: http://i.imgur.com/y5JIu.gif and http://i.imgur.com/zVTLP.gif ... I wonder if it is just me (looks like it based in this newsgroup so far). Is there an update log somewhere for me to check? Also, what was fixed? This is entirely my fault.

Re: SM 2.13.1?..

2012-10-11 Thread Edmund Wong
Rufus wrote: ...according to this - http://www.itworld.com/software/302609/mozilla-releases-firefox-1601-address-four-vulnerabilities Firefox and Thunderbird have already released updates, but I don't find a SM 2.13.1 on the front page. Standing by... Working on it right now.. thank you

SeaMonkey 2.13.1 Released

2012-10-12 Thread Edmund Wong
The SeaMonkey project is proud to present SeaMonkey 2.13.1: An updated release of the all-in-one Internet suite is available for download [1] now! Building on the same Mozilla platform as the newest Firefox release, it delivers the latest developments in web technologies such as HTML5,

SeaMonkey 2.14b3 Released.

2012-11-02 Thread Edmund Wong
The SeaMonkey project is proud to present SeaMonkey 2.14b3: An updated release of the all-in-one Internet suite is available for download [1] now! Building on the same Mozilla platform as the newest Firefox release, it delivers the latest developments in web technologies such as HTML5,

Bug 147474 - Move 'Helper Applications' out of Navigator (browser) category

2013-08-08 Thread Edmund Wong
Hi, I'm soliciting some feedback on this bug[1]. Where should Helper Applications be if it isn't good to be in the Advanced category? The patch moves it from the Browser category to the Advanced category. Thanks Edmund [1] https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=147474

Bug 507841 - Port Bug 422814 - Make account configuration quick, easy, and more secure (autoconfig, Quick Account Setup)

2013-08-12 Thread Edmund Wong
Hi, I like our current account configuration and wizard. Of course, it can be improved upon; but, does it mean it should be rewritten? If so, what would/should it look like? If not, does this mean we should WONTFIX this? Or instead of asking 'what' it should look like, how about I ask what

Re: Funding and Bug Fixes....

2013-11-24 Thread Edmund Wong
SamuelS wrote: Hello SM Team and participants.. I have an idea about how to get bug fixes done, for those of us who really, really, really want them done ASAP and then some... How about assigning a monetary value to requested fixes and let us as either a group or individuals pay to get them

Re: OT: Mozilla Hires New CEO

2014-03-27 Thread Edmund Wong
Bob Fleischer wrote: One concern might be if the political dispute between the new CEO and Mozilla developers (including a boycott by some developers) affect availability of technology that Seamonkey ultimately needs. What kind of dispute are you talking about? Edmund

Re: Please explain why Seamonkey Nightly is no longer building for Linux systems

2014-03-27 Thread Edmund Wong
brian.masin...@gmail.com wrote: We had a few builds going on for a while, but Seamonkey Nightly for Linux 32 bit platforms has been dormant since February. Any chance, now that 2.28 is building, that I can get a clean Nightly build for the Linux 32 bit platform? I'd appreciate it, thanks

Re: SM 2.28? Two weeks?

2014-08-12 Thread Edmund Wong
Thee Chicago Wolf (MVP) wrote: Per the meeting notes: SeaMonkey 2.28 beta 1 and final are intended to follow within two weeks after last merge (i.e., by the time of this meeting), otherwise another 2.26.x update will follow (Callek’s news post, MZ announcement). So that was on the 8/5/14 and

Re: 2.30 upgrade breaks seamonkey

2014-10-17 Thread Edmund Wong
jkdingw...@gmail.com wrote: Taking the latest driver package from Lenovo updates the Intel HD driver to 8.15.10.2538 resolves the problem and I can run with omtc enabled. Well someone filed bug 1084572. It really bites to see that happen. :( ___

Re: Browser Windows go Black when 2.30 update installs

2014-10-19 Thread Edmund Wong
tshou...@gmail.com wrote: When Seamonkey 2.30 update installs, the browser window and the email tool go black. I have to back down to 2.29.1 to use Seamonkey (and my email). I also can't figure out how to STOP the auto updates. So every other day or so I have to reinstall 2.29.1. Running

SeaMonkey 2.31b2 released

2014-11-28 Thread Edmund Wong
Greetings, It's been a long time since anyone has officially announced any SeaMonkey releases, so here goes. The SeaMonkey Project is pleased to announce the release of SeaMonkey 2.31b2. Please give it a spin. For a more complete list of changes in SeaMonkey 2.31, see the What's New in

Re: SeaMonkey 2.31b2 released (addendum)

2014-11-28 Thread Edmund Wong
*sigh* Proper links help. Links: [1] - http://www.seamonkey-project.org/releases/2.31/ [2] - http://www.seamonkey-project.org/releases/seamonkey2.31/ And the download links: http://www.seamonkey-project.org/releases/2.31b2 ___ support-seamonkey

Re: SeaMonkey 2.31 released

2014-12-05 Thread Edmund Wong
NoOp wrote: From SeaMonkey Project News RSS feed: Thanks NoOP! Was supposed to do that myself. ;/ Sorry. Edmund ___ support-seamonkey mailing list support-seamonkey@lists.mozilla.org https://lists.mozilla.org/listinfo/support-seamonkey

SeaMonkey 2.32b2 released

2014-12-22 Thread Edmund Wong
Greetings, (Sorry. Skipped both the 2.31 and 2.32b1 releases..) The SeaMonkey Project is pleased to announce the release of SeaMonkey 2.32b2. Please give it a spin. For a more complete list of changes in SeaMonkey 2.32, see the What's New in SeaMonkey 2.32 section of the Release Notes [2],

Re: SeaMonkey 2.32b2 released

2014-12-22 Thread Edmund Wong
Ruediger Lahl wrote: *Edmund Wong* wrote: The SeaMonkey Project is pleased to announce the release of SeaMonkey 2.32b2. Please give it a spin. I would like to give a spin to the win32-nightlys, but the last published version is 20141208003001 from the eight of December... :-( Yes

Re: Newsgroups/RSS Feeds And The LIke...

2015-01-15 Thread Edmund Wong
Philipp van Hüllen wrote: SamuelS schrieb: Hello My SM Guru's... my challenge today is, since installing SM 2.32 on a Win 8.1 desktop all of my Newsgroups/RSS feeds with the exception of SM groups have ceased working/downloading. Reported here:

Re: No RSS in 2.32bx - [was Re: SeaMonkey 2.32b3 released]

2015-01-11 Thread Edmund Wong
NoOp wrote: On 01/08/2015 05:07 PM, NoOp wrote: On 01/08/2015 10:43 AM, George wrote: Edmund Wong wrote: Greetings, The SeaMonkey Project is pleased to announce the release of SeaMonkey 2.32b3. Please give it a spin. For a more complete list of changes in SeaMonkey 2.32, see the What's New

SeaMonkey 2.32 released

2015-01-14 Thread Edmund Wong
Greetings, The SeaMonkey Project is pleased to announce the release of SeaMonkey 2.32! For a more complete list of changes in SeaMonkey 2.32, see the What's New in SeaMonkey 2.32 section of the Release Notes [2], which also contain a list of known issues and answers to frequently asked

SeaMonkey 2.32b3 released

2015-01-07 Thread Edmund Wong
Greetings, The SeaMonkey Project is pleased to announce the release of SeaMonkey 2.32b3. Please give it a spin. For a more complete list of changes in SeaMonkey 2.32, see the What's New in SeaMonkey 2.32 section of the Release Notes [2], which also contain a list of known issues and

Re: Question about Seamonkey's life plans

2015-03-15 Thread Edmund Wong
jeff.nee...@gmail.com wrote: Hi. I hope no one takes offense at my question. Is Seamonkey going to be around for a while? So many software developers drop support for their products after a period of time. I'm investing a lot of time and interest in Seamonkey. Is it thought that SM will

Re: Finally Seamonkey is Recognized by PC Mag

2015-03-20 Thread Edmund Wong
Eric wrote: Finally saw that Seamonkey got some recognition from PC Mag. http://www.pcworld.com/article/2898509/10-obscure-highly-specialized-browsers-that-will-make-you-forget-about-chrome-firefox-and-ie.html Bout time. That is indeed awesome! Edmund

SeaMonkey 2.34b1 information

2015-03-09 Thread Edmund Wong
Dear All, 2.34b1's release is going to be postponed without any definitive ETA as we are trying to get our Windows infra updated which is being coordinated by Justin Wood (tip of the hat to him for his continual efforts in this regard... it is difficult work indeed). Given that, the SeaMonkey

Re: Seamonkey update Crash

2015-03-13 Thread Edmund Wong
Eric wrote: Has anyone else been experiencing Seamonkey Crashing after updating? I've had to revert the other computer that I use for business purposes to an older release of Seamonkey. The other OS is Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit. Have you tried it with a new profile? I'm wondering if

Re: SeaMonkey 2.33 released

2015-03-11 Thread Edmund Wong
Edmund Wong wrote: Greetings, The SeaMonkey Project is pleased to announce the release of SeaMonkey 2.33! For a more complete list of changes in SeaMonkey 2.33, see the What's New in SeaMonkey 2.33 section of the Release Notes [2], which also contain a list of known issues and answers

Re: SeaMonkey 2.34b1 information

2015-03-10 Thread Edmund Wong
Ronnie wrote: Would the same delay occur if it was the Linux version that needed special attention? I think I understand what you're getting at. The answer is yes; but the delay would probably be less 'extended' for the reason being setting up the Windows upgrade is a lot more difficult when

SeaMonkey 2.33 released

2015-03-11 Thread Edmund Wong
Greetings, The SeaMonkey Project is pleased to announce the release of SeaMonkey 2.33! For a more complete list of changes in SeaMonkey 2.33, see the What's New in SeaMonkey 2.33 section of the Release Notes [2], which also contain a list of known issues and answers to frequently asked

SeaMonkey 2.33b1 released

2015-02-25 Thread Edmund Wong
Greetings, The SeaMonkey Project is pleased to announce the release of SeaMonkey 2.33b1! For a more complete list of changes in SeaMonkey 2.33b1, see the What's New in SeaMonkey 2.33 section of the Release Notes [2], which also contain a list of known issues and answers to frequently asked

Re: Why are functions being broken and not fixed ?

2015-03-27 Thread Edmund Wong
Rubens wrote: Hello all, Since one year ago I have been observing some Seamonkey features/functions to stop working and no fixes being provided to them, as follows: 1- Empty message pane opens by itself after marking a message as junk in the messages list (Bug # 986874, opened on March

SeaMonkey 2.33.1 released

2015-03-23 Thread Edmund Wong
Greetings, The SeaMonkey Project is pleased to announce the release of SeaMonkey 2.33.1! For a more complete list of changes in SeaMonkey 2.33, see the What's New in SeaMonkey 2.33 section of the Release Notes [2], which also contain a list of known issues and answers to frequently asked

SeaMonkey Win32 nightlies

2015-07-01 Thread Edmund Wong
Hi, Just want to mention that I've managed (yes, finally) to generate Win32 trunk nightlies. Due to the fact that it was very-much-hands-on (read: manual) process, I am not sure if it's built well even though it is built using the same steps as how our buildslaves created it. (But since we've

Re: SeaMonkey 2.35

2015-08-21 Thread Edmund Wong
Ant wrote: Also, what's the URL to this blog? https://blog.seamonkey-project.org Edmund ___ support-seamonkey mailing list support-seamonkey@lists.mozilla.org https://lists.mozilla.org/listinfo/support-seamonkey

Re: SeaMonkey 2.35

2015-08-21 Thread Edmund Wong
EE wrote: Version 2.35 for Mac OS and Linux was ready weeks ago. I thought the delay was because of Windows? Or are you still fixing the more obscure bugs? I'm not sure I understand this. Version 2.35 couldn't have been ready, since we're still trying to get them built right now. Are

SeaMonkey 2.35

2015-08-21 Thread Edmund Wong
Hi Everyone, As I mentioned on the blog, I have started spinning up the release for SeaMonkey 2.35. ('About time!' someone says.) In the past, I would say on the release bug when the ETA is, but due to the fact that we are doing this semi-automatically (Win32 builds and repacks are manually

SeaMonkey 2.35..

2015-07-31 Thread Edmund Wong
Hi, I regret to be the bearer of bad news; but as it stands, the worst case scenario (and likely the actual case) is that 2.35 is not going to be released in July. The new goal is to release it in early August. The past month has been mired in fire-fighting bustages, getting repacks and builds

SeaMonkey 2.39 released

2015-11-08 Thread Edmund Wong
Greetings, The SeaMonkey Project is pleased to announce the release of SeaMonkey 2.39! For a more complete list of changes in SeaMonkey 2.39b1, see the What's New in SeaMonkey 2.39 section of the Release Notes [2], which also contain a list of known issues and answers to frequently asked

2.38b1 -> 2.39b1

2015-11-08 Thread Edmund Wong
Hi, Out of curiosity (despite being a little late), is anyone using 2.38b1 and if so, did you get an update for 2.39b1? I just downloaded 2.38b1 and installed it on a separate system. I did a check for updates, but it got nothing. I'm quite concerned that I might have goofed something up when I

Re: SeaMonkey 2.39 released

2015-11-08 Thread Edmund Wong
Edmund Wong wrote: > Greetings, > > The SeaMonkey Project is pleased to announce the release of SeaMonkey > 2.39! > > For a more complete list of changes in SeaMonkey 2.39b1, see the What's > New in SeaMonkey 2.39 section of the Release Notes [2], which also > contai

Re: Auto-Update "Something is trying to trick SeaMonkey..."

2015-11-13 Thread Edmund Wong
Gerry Hickman wrote: > Hi, > > I don't fully understand the cause of the issue (client cert, server > cert, string mismatch), but I did notice some about:config values in my > own correctly updated 2.38 version. > > I wonder if they change > app.update.cert.requireBuiltIn > true -> false > would

2.39 and system hanging

2015-11-15 Thread Edmund Wong
Hi, Is it just me, or does 2.39 hang a lot? Especially with getting email? After clicking get messages, it'd download the stuff, and then hang for about ten seconds or so and then resume (after switching windows on me). Like say I am in the 3-pane message window. I click on "Get Msgs". It'd

Re: 2.38b1 -> 2.39b1

2015-11-09 Thread Edmund Wong
Daniel wrote: > On 9/11/2015 1:43 PM, Edmund Wong wrote: >> Hi, >> >> Out of curiosity (despite being a little late), is anyone using >> 2.38b1 and if so, did you get an update for 2.39b1? >> >> I just downloaded 2.38b1 and installed it on a separa

Re: SeaMonkey 2.39b1 released

2015-11-03 Thread Edmund Wong
WaltS48 wrote: > > Short Beta test cycle? > > I see a comm-release build in my RSS feed for comm-release Changelog. > Yes. Currently spinning 2.39. Edmund ___ support-seamonkey mailing list support-seamonkey@lists.mozilla.org

SeaMonkey 2.39b1 released

2015-11-02 Thread Edmund Wong
Greetings, The SeaMonkey Project is pleased to announce the release of SeaMonkey 2.39b1! For a more complete list of changes in SeaMonkey 2.39b1, see the What's New in SeaMonkey 2.39b1 section of the Release Notes [2], which also contain a list of known issues and answers to frequently asked

Re: Will there be a 2.38.1?

2015-10-07 Thread Edmund Wong
Cruz, Jaime wrote: > Noticed there were a couple of "point releases" for Firefox and > Thunderbird and was wondering if Seamonkey would be following suit? > I'm not too sure. I haven't heard anything from Callek. Edmund ___ support-seamonkey mailing

SeaMonkey 2.39 beta GTK3 issues

2015-10-08 Thread Edmund Wong
Hi, Just wondering if anyone has encountered any issues with the GTK3 built version of 2.39. TB and Firefox backed out the necessary manifests[1] in order to build with gtk3 and I'm wondering if it's necessary for us to follow suite. Edmund [1] -

Re: Support For NPAPI Plugins Ends Next Year

2015-10-12 Thread Edmund Wong
David E. Ross wrote: > Mozilla is ending support for NPAPI plugins by the end on 2016. > Where is this mentioned? Edmund ___ support-seamonkey mailing list support-seamonkey@lists.mozilla.org https://lists.mozilla.org/listinfo/support-seamonkey

Re: How dead is SeaMonkey?

2015-07-07 Thread Edmund Wong
Ed Mullen wrote: I've seen several sort of oblique mentions here of the lack of development of SM. Also, haven't seen an update in a while. So, I'm beginning to feel that I'm nearing the point where I cannot any longer stick with SM. Kind of sad since I've been with it since Netscape back in,

Re: 2.35 update

2015-08-30 Thread Edmund Wong
EE wrote: Edmund Wong wrote: Hi, Another update on 2.35. 1) build3 was 'somewhat' done but needs to be rebuilt due to some misconfiguration on my part. It doesn't mean that build3 is a bust. It isn't. It's just that it's uploading the files to the wrong places. (First time

SeaMonkey 2.35!

2015-09-03 Thread Edmund Wong
Dear All, I'm just so stoked. (This isn't a normal release post as it's just way to special.) It is with great privilege and joy that I can announce to the world, the SeaMonkey Project has just RELEASED SeaMonkey 2.35. SeaMonkey 2.33.1 was released in March. It's now September. Yes, you have

SeaMonkey 2.38b1

2015-09-07 Thread Edmund Wong
in SeaMonkey 2.38b1, see the What's New in SeaMonkey 2.38b1 section of the Release Notes [2], which also contain a list of known issues and answers to frequently asked questions. For a more general overview of the SeaMonkey project (and screen shots!), visit www.seamonkey-project.org. Thank you Edmund

SeaMonkey 2.38 released

2015-09-27 Thread Edmund Wong
Greetings, The SeaMonkey Project is pleased to announce the release of SeaMonkey 2.38! For a more complete list of changes in SeaMonkey 2.38, see the What's New in SeaMonkey 2.38 section of the Release Notes [2], which also contain a list of known issues and answers to frequently asked

Re: Something trying to trick SeaMonkey?

2015-09-24 Thread Edmund Wong
Paul B. Gallagher wrote: > Jay O'Brien wrote: > >> I have 5 computers running Windows 7 and SeaMonkey 2.33.1. My wife >> and I each use one as our primary mail and browsing computer, the >> other three are used primarily to display our cameras, and they all >> have web access. >> >> All five of

2.35 update

2015-08-27 Thread Edmund Wong
Hi, Another update on 2.35. 1) build3 was 'somewhat' done but needs to be rebuilt due to some misconfiguration on my part. It doesn't mean that build3 is a bust. It isn't. It's just that it's uploading the files to the wrong places. (First time it uploaded was to the nightlies

Re: "Save View as a Folder..." broken

2015-11-18 Thread Edmund Wong
Tom S. wrote: > Hi, > Before upgrading to the latest version of SeaMonkey (v.2.39), in the > mail/newsgroups/blogs window, under View, I could select "Save View as a > Folder..." after filtering messages with a Search. But now, it doesn't > work. What happened and how do I get it back without

Re: "Save View as a Folder..." broken

2015-11-18 Thread Edmund Wong
Tom S. wrote: > On 11/18/2015 3:42 AM, Edmund Wong wrote: >> Tom S. wrote: >>> Hi, >>> Before upgrading to the latest version of SeaMonkey (v.2.39), in the >>> mail/newsgroups/blogs window, under View, I could select "Save View as a >>> Folder..

Re: Seamonkey 2.40?

2016-01-20 Thread Edmund Wong
Cruz, Jaime wrote: > Firefox 43 has been out for a bit, and has even gotten three point > upgrades but I haven't seen any mention of a Seamonkey update. Is the > Build Engine broken again? > Sorry for the delay. I've blogged about 2.40.

SeaMonkey 2.40 released

2016-03-14 Thread Edmund Wong
Greetings, After so long a delay, for which we apologize, the SeaMonkey Project is pleased to announce the release of SeaMonkey 2.40! So please check out [1] or [2]. Please note that the website information, while updated for 2.40, still requires a bit more work. We cannot repeat this enough.

Re: No internal updates yet? Re: SeaMonkey 2.40 released

2016-03-14 Thread Edmund Wong
Ant wrote: > On 3/14/2016 9:28 AM, Paul Bergsagel wrote: > ... >> BTW IMPORTANT->the Check for updates menu items is broken on the Mac >> claiming there is no new update. >> >> Please go here to find the update >> http://www.seamonkey-project.org/releases/ > > No updates found in my very old,

Updates...

2016-03-14 Thread Edmund Wong
Hi, I guess I did screw something up. :( (No surprise there.) The updates are available for OSX64 and it seems it's only the complete one. The partials are also missing and the Linux and Win32 updates went elsewhere or didn't appear where they were supposed to. I'm going back and checking it

Re: Updates...

2016-03-14 Thread Edmund Wong
Fwiw, I indeedly-do did make a faux-pas... The update step actually wasn't good and yet, I went ahead and pushed to the end. I am certain that this mistake will be rectified, and those responsible will be punished. Those gremlins. ;P Seriously, I'm sorry for the screw up. Working on the fix.

updates... *finally*?

2016-03-20 Thread Edmund Wong
Hi All, Just wish to announce that I believe the updates are working now. Please confirm. I tried it locally and it looks ok. Edmund ___ support-seamonkey mailing list support-seamonkey@lists.mozilla.org

Re: README, MD5SUM and SHA1SUM

2016-03-22 Thread Edmund Wong
Edmund Wong wrote: > Hi, > > They weren't generated properly at all. Currently fixing them (though, > README is online). > > Once again, sorry for the fubar there.. > > > Edmund > I believe I've fixed this issue. Edmund ___

Re: Software Update check fails with xml error - Win 7

2016-03-04 Thread Edmund Wong
Rich Gray wrote: > Anyone else seeing this?? > > My Mac and an old XP system just say that there's no update available, > as normal. ewong checked and did not see the problem either. > Should be ok now. Edmund ___ support-seamonkey mailing list

updating to 2.40

2016-04-26 Thread Edmund Wong
Hi Everyone, I apologize for the delay in the updates working. I just want to ask. Are the updates working? As in 2.35..2.39 can be updated to 2.40? I received an email stating that there's still an issue. Thanks Edmund ___ support-seamonkey

Re: SM 2.39 -> 2.40

2016-04-24 Thread Edmund Wong
Desiree wrote: > On 4/22/2016 7:08 AM, Gerry Hickman wrote: >> Hi, >> >> My SeaMonkey 2.39 is set to auto-update, but it has not updated to 2.40 >> yet? Even "Help : Check for Updates" says there are no updates >> available... >> > > We are all still waiting for a fix. It affects Windows 64 bit

Win32 nightlies

2016-07-15 Thread Edmund Wong
Hi, Just wanted to mention that after figuring out bug 1271903 (reason: PEBCAK! PEBCAK! PEBCAK! "kinda"), I've re-enabled to nightlies for trunk and aurora. (Until the next bustage... :P ) Now the update here wrt Release, that is blocked by a patch that needs to be pushed to c-r; but that's

Re: Sea Monkey Won't Start

2017-02-09 Thread Edmund Wong
Larry S. wrote: > My wife has SM 2.46 on a Dell laptop using Windows 10. Yesterday it > worked just fine. Today it won't start. No mail, no browser, nothing. > Her other programs work perfectly. > > She has restarted the computer at least three times. She checked on task > manager--one time it

Re: Seamonkey release?

2016-09-09 Thread Edmund Wong
> > Edmund, > > A good explanation. > > So, here's my question: Are there any Gecko alternatives out there that > aren't changing at a such a furious rate? Something to give us a > reasonable (and safe) SM but perhaps with a more consistent internal > interface that would be simpler to

Re: Seamonkey release?

2016-09-08 Thread Edmund Wong
Stephan Thiele wrote: > Sorry if this is a stupid question, but I don't really understand why > there still is no Seamonkey update after the 2.40 release in March, > almost half a year ago. No. Not a stupid question at all. In fact, it's a very good question. > I am quite confused that there a

Re: SeaMonkey v2.46 status updates in blog...

2016-09-28 Thread Edmund Wong
Paul Bergsagel wrote: > Ant wrote: >> https://blog.seamonkey-project.org/2016/09/28/2-46/ > Does this mean going forward that future releases will be easier for the > developers to produce or will each release involve this much work? > > BTW thanks for all the hard work getting this release

Re: New 2.46 Windows release candidates

2016-12-08 Thread Edmund Wong
Hi, Fwiw.. please *do* note that those 2.46 candidate builds are just test builds. While it does have the sec fix, it isn't the official candidate until I start spinning build 7. Edmund ___ support-seamonkey mailing list

Re: are there still official seamonkey betas ?

2016-12-15 Thread Edmund Wong
Daniel wrote: > On 15/12/2016 6:40 PM, bdelmee wrote: >> Richmond wrote on 2016-12-14 22:51: >>> bdelmee writes: >>> Hello, I keep seeing people mentioning unofficial dev builds and encouraging us to try those and report any issue before 2.46 comes out.

Re: are there still official seamonkey betas ?

2016-12-14 Thread Edmund Wong
bdelmee wrote: > Hello, I keep seeing people mentioning unoffical dev builds > and encouraging us to try those and report any issue before > 2.46 comes out. > > I am still using 2.38 as 2.40 had an annoying regression for me, > which i'd like to check on the next beta and report if still present.

Re: Browser not authentication-capable or authentication failed.

2017-01-08 Thread Edmund Wong
David C. Mores wrote: > I am trying to login on my Cisco/Linksys WRT120N home router admin page > at http://192.168.0.1/ using seamonkey. I get a pop up window prompting > for 'A username and password are being requested by http://192.168.0.1. > The site says: "WRT120N"' Clicking the OK button

Re: SeaMonkey 2.46 released

2016-12-22 Thread Edmund Wong
David E. Ross wrote: > On 12/22/2016 2:13 AM, Edmund Wong wrote: >> Yes... BELIEVE IT.. It's out! After so many months.. it's out!!! >> >> Reading back on 2.40's post, I wrote it was a 'difficult release'... >> man.. little DID I know. >> >> Erm.. oh wait.

re: 2.46

2016-12-22 Thread Edmund Wong
Hi All, (this is a personal note, so any flak should be directed to me only and no one else). While this is in the soon-to-be-released release notes, I felt it's prudent that I post this here. SeaMonkey 2.46 took it's not-so-sweet time in being released due to a plethora of issues (I am so damn

Re: 2.46 version

2016-12-22 Thread Edmund Wong
Pat Connors wrote: > In the interim since the 2.40 breach was discovered, I have been using > 2.47 64 bit with no problems what so ever. Question, when 2.46 is > available for download, should I use it or stay with the 2.47 version? Breach? What breach? Edmund

Re: 2.46 version

2016-12-22 Thread Edmund Wong
John Duncan wrote: > Edmund Wong wrote: >> Pat Connors wrote: >>> In the interim since the 2.40 breach was discovered, I have been using >>> 2.47 64 bit with no problems what so ever. Question, when 2.46 is >>> available for download, should I use it or stay

Re: SeaMonkey 2.46 released

2016-12-23 Thread Edmund Wong
Ant wrote: > On 12/23/2016 12:59 AM, Philipp van Hüllen wrote: >> Edmund Wong schrieb: >>> Yes... BELIEVE IT.. It's out! After so many months.. it's out!!! >> >> >> Working fine so far here (including update): >> User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Macintos

Re: SeaMonkey 2.46 released

2016-12-23 Thread Edmund Wong
NoOp wrote: > Edmund, > > Why is it necessary to reboot the computer when the Windows version is > installed? > > G > You shouldn't need to reboot. Edmund ___ support-seamonkey mailing list support-seamonkey@lists.mozilla.org

Re: 2.46 update not working

2016-12-27 Thread Edmund Wong
Ken Rudolph wrote: > 1) POP e-mail not updating > 2) password manager crashes program > > I need to go back to 2.40 and have downloaded it. How can I make sure > that it will use my profile, and how can I stop it from updating to 2.46 > automatically. Help! > Hi Ken, Can you clarify what

Re: SeaMonkey 2.46 released

2016-12-22 Thread Edmund Wong
Edmund Wong wrote: > Yes... BELIEVE IT.. It's out! After so many months.. it's out!!! > > Reading back on 2.40's post, I wrote it was a 'difficult release'... > man.. little DID I know. > > Erm.. oh wait. the formal post... > > After so long a delay, for which we

SeaMonkey 2.46 released

2016-12-22 Thread Edmund Wong
Yes... BELIEVE IT.. It's out! After so many months.. it's out!!! Reading back on 2.40's post, I wrote it was a 'difficult release'... man.. little DID I know. Erm.. oh wait. the formal post... After so long a delay, for which we apologize, the SeaMonkey Project is pleased to announce the

Re: SeaMonkey 2.46 released

2016-12-22 Thread Edmund Wong
Ant wrote: > Really? How will users know there are updates then? Will they at least > tell them to go to the official web site? > > > On 12/22/2016 1:47 PM, Frank-Rainer Grahl wrote: >> Just grab the full installer from the website. Update will likely not >> work for any Windows OS in this

Re: Akalla language pack 2.48 failure

2017-03-17 Thread Edmund Wong
EE wrote: > Has anyone else noticed that Adrian Kalla's British English language > pack for SM 2.48 does not work? No idea about any other of the language > packs, but that one did not work with his or Mozilla's build of SM 2.48. l10n repacks have always been a pita to figure out. Can you

Re: Cannot compile 2.46

2017-03-08 Thread Edmund Wong
P. H. Madore wrote: > This is a new issue for me. I was using 2.40 until today. Now I can't use > anything. Something about "old-configure." Here is the complete > configuration log: > How are you building 2.46? Furthermore, what's the contents of:

Re: Help

2017-03-13 Thread Edmund Wong
l.thames wrote: > Unable to send E-mail because "not in form user a host" How do I correct? I'm guessing you're entering an invalid email address. Edmund ___ support-seamonkey mailing list support-seamonkey@lists.mozilla.org

SeaMonkey 2.48 released!

2017-07-31 Thread Edmund Wong
Greetings, After so long a delay, for which we apologize, the SeaMonkey Project is pleased to announce the release of SeaMonkey 2.48! So please check out [1] or [2]. This release would not be possible without the help from a lot of people; but the person I'd like to thank personally is Nick

win64 contributed builds.

2017-08-02 Thread Edmund Wong
Hi Everyone, Just wanna mention that I've generated the very first set of Win64 builds. I've set up a schedule to generate both 32 and 64 bit nightlies. But while it's building 2.53, Win64 isn't officially 'contributed' until (tentatively) 2.54 (which gives us some time to figure the quirks of

Re: Cannot contact my router.

2017-08-03 Thread Edmund Wong
marksatt...@sbcglobal.net wrote: > Just updated to 2.48 a few minutes ago. Now I cannot contact my router at > 192.168.11 anymore. I get a red error screen saying...401 Authorization > Required > This server could not verify that you are authorized to access. Either you > supplied the

Re: IMCOIMPATIBLE!

2017-08-03 Thread Edmund Wong
wwel...@gmail.com wrote: > I've had problems all day with opening SM 2.48. It took me literally most of > the day to figure out what the solution was. > > I have a MAC macOS Sierra 10.12.6 and it appears as if SM 2.48 isn't > compatible with the Mac OS I am on. I'm not familiar with OSX; but,

Re: E MAIL CRASHES ON 2.48

2017-08-03 Thread Edmund Wong
Frank-Rainer Grahl wrote: > It is probably bug 1286613: > > https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1286613 > > Solution is unfortunately to go back to 2.46 and wait for 2.49.1. Not > sure if we can backport all the parts to 2.48 and do a 2.48.1 It is worth doing that if it fixes problems.

moderation

2017-08-27 Thread Edmund Wong
Hi all, Was reading mozilla.support.seamonkey and thought to myself, "geez.. there's certainly a lot of spam.. where's the moderation.." That's when my internal voice trailed off and said... 'oh'. So this is a heads-up. If you see an influx of old messages you can blame it on me. (or

Re: Android?

2017-12-01 Thread Edmund Wong
rickman wrote: > Nothing for Android? I'm looking for a newreader for a tablet. > As much as we like to have support for multiple operating systems (including Android and iOS), unfortunately, we don't have the resources to add support for Android and/or iOS. Perhaps we may one day support

Re: SeaMonkey v2.49.1 is out!

2017-11-05 Thread Edmund Wong
Ant wrote: > Well almost! > > https://blog.seamonkey-project.org/2017/11/04/2-49-1-is-out/ > https://blog.seamonkey-project.org/2017/11/04/404-error/ > > Maybe more in https://blog.seamonkey-project.org/ soon. I am waiting for some response regarding the external infrastructure and see if it's

Re: SeaMonkey v2.49.2 is coming soon!

2018-02-06 Thread Edmund Wong
Daniel wrote: > Ant wrote: >> https://blog.seamonkey-project.org/2018/02/06/quick-update/ and >> https://blog.seamonkey-project.org/2018/02/05/next-release-is-2-49-2-and/ > > Humm!! Should we be worried that Ewong twice mentions "touch wood"?!? ;-P > Well... I'm always a skeptic when it comes

Re: SeaMonkey v2.49.2 is coming soon!

2018-02-06 Thread Edmund Wong
Luis Carlos González Moráles wrote: > If web addons have to be implemented, could that veresion be SeaMonkey 3? If you mean WebExtensions as a SeaMonkey 3.0, that is definitely a possibility. > The 2.x versions have like 9 or so years that are developed: > I'm a blind user, so advanced things to

Re: SeaMonkey 2.49.2 released!

2018-02-19 Thread Edmund Wong
Dirk Munk wrote: > Edmund Wong wrote: >> Greetings, >> >> After a not so long a delay, for which we apologize, the SeaMonkey >> Project is pleased to announce the release of SeaMonkey 2.49.2! >> >> So please check out [1] or [2]. >> >> Up

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