Re: NNTP problems to authenticated hosts continue

2009-11-13 Thread NoOp
On 11/13/2009 06:04 AM, Bill Davidsen wrote: ... You can only post to groups in e-s unless you are registered and authenticate. After that you can post anywhere, as you can from any other server. Perhaps you missed: news://news.mozilla.org:119/0a2dnru7gpw-1mhxnz2dnuvz_qsdn...@mozilla.org

Re: Once Ya' go to FF 'n' TB, Ya' may, never go back!

2009-11-13 Thread NoOp
On 11/12/2009 04:32 AM, MikeyG wrote: After using Firefox and Thunderbird a few days, now, I don't know why I stayed with SeaMonkey for so long; sorry, SeaMonkey enthusiasts ... and 'specially, SeaMonkey Developers! I appreciated 'Form Manager'; (and miss it very, much; in Firefox and

Re: NNTP problems to authenticated hosts continue

2009-11-16 Thread NoOp
On 11/16/2009 09:06 AM, Hartmut Figge wrote: Bill Davidsen: Before I go through all that, why would that give better results than installing Linux on a new machine, installing SeaMonkey, creating a new normal user account (had to do all that anyway), then creating an e-s account. That

Re: NNTP problems to authenticated hosts continue

2009-11-16 Thread NoOp
On 11/16/2009 01:07 PM, NoOp wrote: On 11/16/2009 09:06 AM, Hartmut Figge wrote: Bill Davidsen: Before I go through all that, why would that give better results than installing Linux on a new machine, installing SeaMonkey, creating a new normal user account (had to do all that anyway

Re: SM 2.0 Download Progress Dialog...

2009-11-16 Thread NoOp
On 11/16/2009 06:06 PM, Drew C. wrote: On Thursday, November 12, 2009, at 9:45 p.m., Rufus wrote: ...and who figured it was a good idea to shrink the pause and stop buttons in the Download Progress Dialog pane to pin points? It's like shootin' darts to hit those buttons...put 'em back the

Re: Multiple user/passwords

2009-11-17 Thread NoOp
On 11/16/2009 09:55 AM, Hartmut Figge wrote: Hartmut Figge: Something has changed. Either on bugzilla or on trunk. On bugzilla. Verified with older builds. Now even two clicks - not a doubleclick - into the box doesn't help. Hartmut

Re: SM 2.0 Download Progress Dialog...

2009-11-17 Thread NoOp
On 11/16/2009 07:11 PM, NoOp wrote: On 11/16/2009 06:06 PM, Drew C. wrote: ... Agreed. I've tried 2.0 and have found it generally an improvement over 1.x, but I don't like the new download progress dialog. Specifically, I miss 1.x's large buttons and, more critically, the ability to easily

Re: Multiple user/passwords

2009-11-17 Thread NoOp
On 11/17/2009 12:59 PM, Bill Davidsen wrote: NoOp wrote: On 11/16/2009 09:55 AM, Hartmut Figge wrote: Hartmut Figge: Something has changed. Either on bugzilla or on trunk. On bugzilla. Verified with older builds. Now even two clicks - not a doubleclick - into the box doesn't help. Hartmut

Re: I want No Tabs in seamonkey 2.0

2009-11-17 Thread NoOp
On 11/17/2009 08:22 AM, Phillip Jones wrote: Leonidas Jones wrote: ... trim *Please* SeaMonkeyPreferencesBrowserTabbed Browsing Check the appropriate box. If that's not working for oyu, we will have to look further. Lee I did try that. it does work. But I should have to. But It should

Re: SM 2.0 Download Progress Dialog...

2009-11-18 Thread NoOp
On 11/18/2009 09:03 AM, Benoit Renard wrote: NoOp wrote: My apologies; I've also been informed by jens that the bug is related to where the file has been downloaded *locally*. Sorry, never paid much attention to that feature as I set downloads to go to only one folder can find the file

Re: Is there a 64 bit version of SeaMonkey 2.0 available for MS Windows 7 ?

2009-11-20 Thread NoOp
On 11/19/2009 07:07 PM, Rostyslaw Lewyckyj wrote: Subject: says it all. :) ... As a secondary question, How about any 64 bit Linux distributions? +1 Why no 'official' 64bit linux build? Rostyslaw, you can use this one in the interim (use at your own risk of course):

Re: Att/Seamonkey/ssl

2009-11-20 Thread NoOp
On 11/20/2009 06:25 PM, Bush wrote: Att uverse Informed me tonight that Due to Compatibility issues , They No longer Support Seamonkey Mail configured to port 995 ( ssl) but they Say SSL port 995 will work with outlook . Seamonkey users must use port 110 ( No security). Which doesnot make

Re: Website problems

2009-11-21 Thread NoOp
On 11/20/2009 11:34 PM, Cedar wrote: When I go to this website with SM 2: www.cattlenetwork.com, I get the following error message: XML Parsing Error: mismatched tag. Expected: /meta. Location: http://www.cattlenetwork.com/ Line Number 36, Column 449:meta name=google-site-verification

Re: Is there a 64 bit version of SeaMonkey 2.0 available for MS Windows 7 ?

2009-11-21 Thread NoOp
On 11/21/2009 03:47 PM, Edward wrote: NoOp wrote: On 11/19/2009 07:07 PM, Rostyslaw Lewyckyj wrote: Subject: says it all. :) ... As a secondary question, How about any 64 bit Linux distributions? +1 Why no 'official' 64bit linux build? Rostyslaw, you can use this one in the interim (use

Re: Att/Seamonkey/ssl - UPDATE

2009-11-22 Thread NoOp
On 11/21/2009 04:59 PM, Bush wrote: ... Had to go back port 110 None SSL Talking to the Gateway at http://192.168.1.254/ I see nothing wrong with the Built-in Firewall All settings are correct . This might be of interest suggests that the problem may have been (what else?) the ATT

Re: Website problems

2009-11-22 Thread NoOp
On 11/22/2009 08:55 AM, David E. Ross wrote: On 11/22/2009 12:10 AM, Cedar wrote: Would somebody mind telling me what this browser sniffing thing is all about? See my http://www.rossde.com/internet/Webdevelopers.html#sniff. @Cedar: And to modify your UA: In the address bar, type in:

Re: Att/Seamonkey/ssl

2009-11-22 Thread NoOp
On 11/22/2009 12:11 PM, Bush wrote: Well today SSL works on all my computers . Very Very Strange... Tech suport says Mozilla products cannot use SSL on att yahoo servers ,,, I do a few Newsgroup Postings, And All of a Sudden SSL works with Seamonkey . Very Very Strange unless Tach

Re: How to install version 2.0 so that it does NOT interfere with Version 1.1.18

2009-11-22 Thread NoOp
On 11/21/2009 08:56 AM, Philip Chee wrote: On Sat, 21 Nov 2009 17:36:54 +0100, Hartmut Figge wrote: D. K. Kraft: Harmut, does one need the -no-remote parameter on both the 1.1.18 and the 2.0 shortcuts? Or does it suffice just to have it on the 2.0 shortcut? I haven't tested this. When i

Re: Att/Seamonkey/ssl

2009-11-22 Thread NoOp
On 11/22/2009 12:19 PM, Bush wrote: NoOp wrote: On 11/22/2009 12:11 PM, Bush wrote: Well today SSL works on all my computers . Very Very Strange... Tech suport says Mozilla products cannot use SSL on att yahoo servers ,,, I do a few Newsgroup Postings, And All of a Sudden SSL works

Re: How to install version 2.0 so that it does NOT interfere with Version 1.1.18

2009-11-22 Thread NoOp
On 11/22/2009 01:25 PM, NoOp wrote: ... Actually, you might want to check again... '-no-noremote' works just fine for me on Win2KPro in both 1.1.18 2.0. That is how I test both in Windows via a VM (VirtualBox) at the same time so that I can easily compare. Sorry: should be '-no-remote

Re: Att/Seamonkey/ssl

2009-11-22 Thread NoOp
On 11/22/2009 01:45 PM, Bush wrote: Lee wrote: Bush wrote: Has everyone else on Att Who reported that ssl port 995 doesnot work on att Suddenly get SSL back?. Well it works for me after all those earlier problems. My question is WHY did ATT Tech Support LIE to Me . You're joking... right?

Re: Att/Seamonkey/ssl

2009-11-22 Thread NoOp
On 11/22/2009 01:35 PM, Bush wrote: NoOp wrote: ... You might want to hang out here for awhile: http://www.dslreports.com/forum/uverse But seriously... Your post were the only post that Were Blank in the message area . post from others were Fine . Wouldn't be the first time that I shot

Re: Is there a 64 bit version of SeaMonkey 2.0 available for MS Windows 7 ?

2009-11-22 Thread NoOp
On 11/22/2009 04:03 AM, Edward wrote: The 64-bit SM 2.0.1pre mentioned above, is working with 64-bit Linux, as is the 64-bit Flash plugin. Cool... now if we could just get an 'official' 2.0 build 64bit'ers would be happy. ___ support-seamonkey

Re: Send Link and Word Wrap in SM2

2009-11-22 Thread NoOp
On 11/21/2009 02:12 PM, art wrote: On 11/21/09 5:02 AM, Stanimir Stamenkov wrote: .. The wrap is only visual. If you observe the source of the message you'll see the link text is continuous. Copying and pasting it in a simple plain text editor should also show the text is not broken. The

Re: Att/Seamonkey/ssl

2009-11-22 Thread NoOp
On 11/22/2009 12:19 PM, Bush wrote: NoOp wrote: On 11/22/2009 12:11 PM, Bush wrote: Well today SSL works on all my computers . Very Very Strange... Tech suport says Mozilla products cannot use SSL on att yahoo servers ,,, I do a few Newsgroup Postings, And All of a Sudden SSL works

Re: Att/Seamonkey/ssl

2009-11-22 Thread NoOp
On 11/22/2009 05:04 PM, Bush wrote: NoOp wrote: This post was Blank What post? Your headers show no reference header: Path: Xl.tags.giganews.com!border1.nntp.dca.giganews.com!nntp.giganews.com!local2.nntp.dca.giganews.com!nntp.mozilla.org!news.mozilla.org.POSTED!not-for-mail

Re: Att/Seamonkey/ssl

2009-11-22 Thread NoOp
On 11/22/2009 05:49 PM, Bush wrote: Bush wrote: Hartmut Figge wrote: Bush: Is anyone else seeing Blank post from NoOp ? hope we get a few answers to see who is Cracking up.. u or Me ? Try Preferences-Advanced-Cache-Clear Cache, then select another posting and then go back to the one

Re: Att/Seamonkey/ssl

2009-11-22 Thread NoOp
On 11/22/2009 05:47 PM, Bush wrote: Hartmut Figge wrote: Bush: Is anyone else seeing Blank post from NoOp ? hope we get a few answers to see who is Cracking up.. u or Me ? Try Preferences-Advanced-Cache-Clear Cache, then select another posting and then go back to the one without body

Re: How to install version 2.0 so that it does NOT interfere with Version 1.1.18

2009-11-23 Thread NoOp
On 11/23/2009 12:24 AM, Philip Chee wrote: On Sun, 22 Nov 2009 13:28:29 -0800, NoOp wrote: On 11/22/2009 01:25 PM, NoOp wrote: ... Actually, you might want to check again... '-no-noremote' works just fine for me on Win2KPro in both 1.1.18 2.0. That is how I test both in Windows via a VM

Re: Website problems

2009-11-23 Thread NoOp
On 11/23/2009 07:13 AM, David E. Ross wrote: On 11/22/2009 11:38 PM, Cedar wrote: Wow! You guys are fantastic! That actually workedI can even click on the e-mail newsletter links and get there now! Holy Cow! (haha) But now, should I leave this new string in about:config permanently?

Re: How to install version 2.0 so that it does NOT interfere with Version 1.1.18

2009-11-23 Thread NoOp
On 11/23/2009 02:42 PM, Mark Hansen wrote: On 11/23/2009 1:34 PM, NoOp wrote: On 11/23/2009 12:24 AM, Philip Chee wrote: So here is a way to test: 1. Start SM 2.0 /without/ the -no-remote switch. 2. While 2.0 is running start 1.1 with a -no-remote switch. Does 1.1 open or just another

Re: How to install version 2.0 so that it does NOT interfere with Version 1.1.18

2009-11-23 Thread NoOp
On 11/23/2009 05:23 PM, Mark Hansen wrote: On 11/23/2009 4:06 PM, NoOp wrote: On 11/23/2009 02:42 PM, Mark Hansen wrote: On 11/23/2009 1:34 PM, NoOp wrote: On 11/23/2009 12:24 AM, Philip Chee wrote: So here is a way to test: 1. Start SM 2.0 /without/ the -no-remote switch. 2. While 2.0

Re: How to install version 2.0 so that it does NOT interfere with Version 1.1.18

2009-11-24 Thread NoOp
On 11/24/2009 02:05 AM, Martin Freitag wrote: Hartmut Figge schrieb: NoOp: If I Start SM 2.0 /without/ the -no-remote switch and start 1.1 with a -no-remote switch I will only get another 2.0 window. Well, on Linux i will get SM1 then. *g* And that's the point. NoOp, you're using Linux

Re: Send Link and Word Wrap in SM2

2009-11-24 Thread NoOp
On 11/24/2009 01:14 PM, Stanimir Stamenkov wrote: Sun, 22 Nov 2009 14:42:13 -0800, /NoOp/: Actually there are other issues with URL's SM 2.0. For example if I copy this link into SM: http://www.google.com/webhp?complete=0#complete=0hl=enq=ubuntu+%2B*ERROR*+Failed+to+restore+crtc; Notice

Re: Send Link and Word Wrap in SM2

2009-11-25 Thread NoOp
On 11/24/2009 09:44 PM, Stanimir Stamenkov wrote: Tue, 24 Nov 2009 15:43:14 -0800, /NoOp/: Now I wonder how the Percent-Encoding can be resolved in https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=475896 I guess we need a separate bug as it seems the problem is observed when copying

Re: Send Link and Word Wrap in SM2

2009-11-25 Thread NoOp
On 11/25/2009 06:10 PM, NoOp wrote: On 11/24/2009 09:44 PM, Stanimir Stamenkov wrote: Tue, 24 Nov 2009 15:43:14 -0800, /NoOp/: Now I wonder how the Percent-Encoding can be resolved in https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=475896 I guess we need a separate bug as it seems

Re: Send Link and Word Wrap in SM2

2009-11-25 Thread NoOp
On 11/25/2009 06:58 PM, NoOp wrote: On 11/25/2009 06:10 PM, NoOp wrote: On 11/24/2009 09:44 PM, Stanimir Stamenkov wrote: Tue, 24 Nov 2009 15:43:14 -0800, /NoOp/: Now I wonder how the Percent-Encoding can be resolved in https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=475896 I guess we need

SM 2.0 mailnews Password issues

2009-11-29 Thread NoOp
Ran into an interesting problem today; ATT (my isp) had issues with their email server today. I opened up SM 2.0 (linux) and found that all but one account (this one) were working. I couldn't send msgs, couldn't receive msgs etc. I couldn not even log on to the ATT webmail. So... I bit the bullet

Re: SM 2.0 mailnews Password issues

2009-11-29 Thread NoOp
On 11/29/2009 08:35 PM, Hartmut Figge wrote: NoOp: So it appears that there is something in the 2.0 password routine that gets stuck when it gets a refused password or error from the isp side. I'm not sure how to test further. If you could get a log that would be helpful. https

Re: SM 2.0 mailnews Password issues

2009-11-29 Thread NoOp
On 11/29/2009 08:41 PM, NoOp wrote: On 11/29/2009 08:35 PM, Hartmut Figge wrote: NoOp: So it appears that there is something in the 2.0 password routine that gets stuck when it gets a refused password or error from the isp side. I'm not sure how to test further. If you could get a log

Re: Certificates.

2009-11-30 Thread NoOp
On 11/30/2009 06:33 PM, Bush wrote: Graham wrote: Bush wrote: I got ris of seamonkey 2.0 and went back to ver 1.1.18 and No problems with Certificates Having read your ranting in other threads, and not paying attention to what you've been told (esp re user agent spoofing), I'd say you've

Re: NNTP problems - FIX

2009-12-01 Thread NoOp
On 11/24/2009 10:20 AM, Bill Davidsen wrote: Jens Hatlak wrote: Bill Davidsen wrote: It seems that a fix is available for this problem, assuming you are willing to build your own SeaMonkey from source. Bug #484656 seems to change the You have your config wrong to we were parsing your config

Re: Seamonkey 2.0 Lightning Printing

2009-12-02 Thread NoOp
On 12/02/2009 02:27 PM, Rob Steinmetz wrote: Is Printing supposed to work in Seamonkey 2.0 Lightning pre1.x?. When I try to print a month calendar I get the print menu, but no preview in the box and hitting the print button doesn't seem to do anything. Works for me (linux). Try selecting

Re: Sniffing and Spoofing

2009-12-02 Thread NoOp
On 12/02/2009 04:08 PM, David E. Ross wrote: Two recent threads in mozilla.support.seamonkey on this issue resulted in very lengthy discussions. See Seamonkey and U.S. Government site does not work at news://news.mozilla.org:119/so-dntlowokak43wnz2dnuvz_r6dn...@mozilla.org and Web site work

Re: SM 2.0 mailnews Password issues

2009-12-02 Thread NoOp
On 11/29/2009 08:12 PM, NoOp wrote: ... So it appears that there is something in the 2.0 password routine that gets stuck when it gets a refused password or error from the isp side. I'm not sure how to test further. I was able to reproduce the issue... copied a SM 2.0 from a backup system

Re: Seamonkey 2.0 Lightning Printing - Still no Luck

2009-12-03 Thread NoOp
://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/mozilla.org/calendar/lightning/nightly/latest-comm-1.9.1/win32-xpi/ NoOp wrote: On 12/02/2009 02:27 PM, Rob Steinmetz wrote: Is Printing supposed to work in Seamonkey 2.0 Lightning pre1.x?. When I try to print a month calendar I get the print menu, but no preview

Re: Sniffing and Spoofing

2009-12-03 Thread NoOp
On 12/02/2009 05:49 PM, Leonidas Jones wrote: Rufus wrote: David E. Ross wrote: On 12/2/2009 5:09 PM, Phillip Jones wrote: I previously wrote [in part]: /snip/ I can't see the individual listing's either using a Mac and SM 1.1.18...but I have a question - do you have to log into the TV

Re: SM2.0 from Win2K to Win7

2009-12-03 Thread NoOp
On 12/03/2009 10:18 AM, Martin Freitag wrote: S. Beaulieu schrieb: Martin Freitag a écrit : Select the proper encoding there at the top (above the fonts). Common encodings are Western and Unicode. If you change the fixed width font for both, it should have an effect. It changes the fonts

Re: Seamonkey 2.0 Lightning Printing - Still no Luck

2009-12-03 Thread NoOp
On 12/03/2009 01:21 PM, Rob Steinmetz wrote: I'll try the latest one. I'm using one for a month or so ago. I put the link to the nightly on my personal bookmark bar - that way I remember to update when I also update my 2.01pre nightly as well. ___

Re: Lightning Printing Oddity.

2009-12-03 Thread NoOp
On 12/03/2009 03:03 PM, Rob Steinmetz wrote: ... Finally the Monthly Grid does not print Category Colors. Works for me... perhaps you need to reboot again :-) ___ support-seamonkey mailing list support-seamonkey@lists.mozilla.org

Re: Lightning Printing Oddity.

2009-12-03 Thread NoOp
On 12/03/2009 06:16 PM, rob wrote: NoOp wrote: On 12/03/2009 03:03 PM, Rob Steinmetz wrote: ... Finally the Monthly Grid does not print Category Colors. Works for me... perhaps you need to reboot again :-) Are you sure? I get the Calender Color just not the Category Color. Our web

Re: Lightning Printing Oddity.

2009-12-03 Thread NoOp
On 12/03/2009 07:23 PM, NoOp wrote: On 12/03/2009 06:16 PM, rob wrote: NoOp wrote: On 12/03/2009 03:03 PM, Rob Steinmetz wrote: ... Finally the Monthly Grid does not print Category Colors. Works for me... perhaps you need to reboot again :-) Are you sure? I get the Calender Color

Re: Web site work in IE but not in Seamonkey 2.0

2009-12-05 Thread NoOp
On 12/05/2009 06:20 AM, Phillip Jones wrote: Daniel wrote: Leonidas Jones wrote: Bush wrote: Leonidas Jones wrote: Bush wrote: Danny Kile wrote: Web site work in IE but not in Seamonkey 2.0. However, it did not work in Seamonkey 1.1.18 either. When looking and the program listing if you

Re: Cache Path

2009-12-07 Thread NoOp
On 12/07/2009 01:02 PM, Cedar wrote: Bernard Mercier wrote: Cedar a couché sur son écran : What would be the correct path for the cache file, if there is one? Does it make a difference to SM's performance if it is in a different spot? Is it supposed to be in the same folder as the rest of

[Snipping posts] was (Re: Found reason Dowload Manager doesn't come up right.)

2009-12-07 Thread NoOp
On 12/07/2009 04:43 PM, Phillip Jones wrote: Martin Freitag wrote: ... In that case, my space-bar is requesting profit sharing from you ;-P ... Most *support* Groups prefer no snipping what so ever so that threading can be maintained, to determine what steps in solving a problem have been

Re: Seamonkey 2.0 is JUNK .

2009-12-07 Thread NoOp
On 12/07/2009 05:06 PM, John wrote: Leonidas Jones wrote: John wrote: Robert Kaiser wrote: John wrote: All I can say is that I tried several times to install 2.0 over 1.1.18 and it corrupted my iTunes file and would not open. That would suggest that there is a problem moving between the

Re: message filters

2009-12-07 Thread NoOp
On 12/07/2009 05:52 AM, Smiles wrote: Good day one of my email accounts is being hit by over 20 emails daily with ? marks of different length in subject and sender field. if I save one as text it is blank, so I set up a filter up to send all to trash by setting from value a a single '?'

Re: Seamonkey 2.0 is JUNK .

2009-12-08 Thread NoOp
On 12/07/2009 06:16 PM, John Boyle wrote: To NoOp: And how would you know this, using LINUX? Are you also a SeaMonkey developer? INSTALLING SEAMONKEY 2.0 HAS BEEN KNOWN TO DESTROY ALL SORTS OF THINGS THAT HAVE TO BE DOWNLOADED OR HAVE BEEN DOWNLOADED THROUGH IT! After all, what are ALL

Re: Seamonkey 2.0 is JUNK .

2009-12-08 Thread NoOp
that you have/had them both installed in your 'Documents and Settings' folder, can you provide details regarding this? I also note that John had this thread (SM 2.0 11/03/2009) via a different email address and the thread was left like this: On 11/04/2009 07:14 AM, Rick wrote: NoOp wrote: On 11/03

[iTunes loss] was (Re: Seamonkey 2.0 is JUNK )

2009-12-09 Thread NoOp
On 12/09/2009 06:31 AM, John wrote: NoOp wrote: ... So John are you the same Rick from that thread? pawall...@gmail.com My guess is you are. no Ah. Then there are two of you that have lost itunes files. Perhaps it might be a good idea to start a new thread (perhaps: SM2.0 + lost

Re: [iTunes loss] was (Re: Seamonkey 2.0 is JUNK )

2009-12-09 Thread NoOp
On 12/09/2009 08:54 AM, NoOp wrote: On 12/09/2009 06:31 AM, John wrote: NoOp wrote: ... So John are you the same Rick from that thread? pawall...@gmail.com My guess is you are. no Ah. Then there are two of you that have lost itunes files. Perhaps it might be a good idea to start

Re: SVGView Support in Seamonkey

2009-12-09 Thread NoOp
On 12/09/2009 08:50 AM, Joe Mueller wrote: I acquired an application that uses SVGView support to display large images. I found support for IE but so far, none for Seamonkey. Does anyone know where I can find it? Thanks in advance. A bit dated, but perhaps these will give you a starting

Re: SM2.0.1 and lightning

2009-12-11 Thread NoOp
On 12/11/2009 07:00 PM, Phillip Jones wrote: Martin Freitag wrote: JAS schrieb: I aqm using SM2 and the lightning extension I am using works great-I received a pop up and said SM2.0.1 was available and I checked it out but it states that my Lightning 1.0pre will not work--is there a version

Re: Filter Help on SM 2.0

2009-12-11 Thread NoOp
On 12/11/2009 06:04 PM, Phillip Jones wrote: Mark Hansen wrote: On 12/11/2009 3:25 PM, Phillip Jones wrote: Mark Hansen wrote: On 12/11/2009 12:27 PM, S. Beaulieu wrote: Samuel S a écrit : I Am finding that for messages already in folders, even in the main folder, when I click on Tools -

Re: Seamonkey 2.0 is JUNK .

2009-12-11 Thread NoOp
On 12/11/2009 08:10 PM, John Boyle wrote: To Robert Kaiser: I have to laugh because you finally made a funny but not really sarcastic joke! I spent 21 years in the Army, I'll only say this once: Stop. Nobody cares that you spent 21 years in the Army (I spent over 10 years in the US Army and

Re: YouTube upgrades leaves SeaMonkey incompatible

2009-12-12 Thread NoOp
On 12/12/2009 06:13 PM, Chuck Johnson wrote: Paul B. Gallagher wrote: David E. Ross wrote: I request those who report that It works for me to select [Help About SeaMonkey] from your menu bar. Please reply in this thread -- replying to your own prior reply -- indicating whether or not

Re: Seamonkey 2.0 is JUNK .

2009-12-12 Thread NoOp
On 12/12/2009 07:13 PM, John Boyle wrote: .. To NoOp: STOP YOURSELF: I finally say something reasonable and , I must say very personal, and you want to go off in a tangent! It so happens I have a BSM, myself and a few others besides: I only mentioned that and other parts of the statement

Re: Filter Help on SM 2.0

2009-12-13 Thread NoOp
On 12/12/2009 08:55 PM, Phillip Jones wrote: NoOp wrote: ... each account or mailbox has it own set of filters. And? If you you select either one in the filter manager (Tools|Filter Manger|Filters for:) and elect to 'Run selected filter(s) on: xyz what happens? Is that not available

Re: Filter Help on SM 2.0

2009-12-13 Thread NoOp
On 12/13/2009 05:31 PM, Phillip Jones wrote: NoOp wrote: On 12/12/2009 08:55 PM, Phillip Jones wrote: NoOp wrote: ... each account or mailbox has it own set of filters. And? If you you select either one in the filter manager (Tools|Filter Manger|Filters for:) and elect to 'Run selected

[Dialup speed] was (Re: Cookies)

2009-12-14 Thread NoOp
On 12/14/2009 12:08 AM, Cedar wrote: chicagofan wrote: ... Any chance this is just seasonal traffic increase due to Christmas shoppers online? I remember when I was on dial up with ATT, December was always a miserable month for me. However, that was a long time ago, so things may have

Re: Bing as SM2 search engine preference

2009-12-14 Thread NoOp
On 12/13/2009 08:53 PM, JAS wrote: Is there a way to add Bing to the search engine preference so it can be set as default? You could modify one of the seamonkey/searchplugins .src files to use bing. ___ support-seamonkey mailing list

Re: Filter Help on SM 2.0

2009-12-14 Thread NoOp
On 12/14/2009 01:12 PM, Phillip Jones wrote: NoOp wrote: On 12/13/2009 05:31 PM, Phillip Jones wrote: NoOp wrote: On 12/12/2009 08:55 PM, Phillip Jones wrote: NoOp wrote: ... each account or mailbox has it own set of filters. And? If you you select either one in the filter manager

Re: Bing as SM2 search engine preference

2009-12-14 Thread NoOp
On 12/14/2009 01:08 PM, Phillip Jones wrote: NoOp wrote: On 12/13/2009 08:53 PM, JAS wrote: Is there a way to add Bing to the search engine preference so it can be set as default? You could modify one of the seamonkey/searchplugins .src files to use bing. Note here is the message you

Re: i am having trouble with seanomkey 2

2009-12-14 Thread NoOp
On 12/14/2009 02:30 PM, beelzib...@comcast.net wrote: ... it win'y pody to newsbgoups so you won't see this.i have thundernbird running fine. how do i import the news settings to seamonkey 2??? sid dnt Kn ___ support-seamonkey mailing list

Re: About SeaMonkey?

2009-12-16 Thread NoOp
On 12/16/2009 07:45 AM, Robert Kaiser wrote: Rob Steinmetz wrote: Does the About Seamonkey page update when you upgrade to 2.0.1? Yes. Mine says 2.0 and when I check for update I get No updates Available. Try again now that 2.0.1 has been released. ;-) When we say we are releasing on

Re: message filters

2009-12-16 Thread NoOp
On 12/16/2009 06:39 AM, Smiles wrote: Content-Type: text/plain; charset=iso-2022-jp I _think_ you can create a header filter to filter on the charset. Of course it won't stop those from being sent to you, but if it works, you can easily tag them as junk and delete automatically. So, in your

Re: SeaMonkey 2.0.1 Security Update

2009-12-16 Thread NoOp
On 12/16/2009 06:31 PM, Robert Kaiser wrote: David E. Ross wrote: ... I also see SeaMonkey Setup 2.0.1.exe at 10.6 MB. Why is seamonkey-2.0.1.complete.mar 3 MB larger? Different compression, the installer uses 7zip, the MAR format is defined with some less efficient compression format

Re: 2.0.1 Update Failed

2009-12-16 Thread NoOp
On 12/16/2009 03:26 PM, Rob Steinmetz wrote: I have SeaMonkey 2.0 installed. When I check for updates it finds 2.0.1 and I install it. When I restart SeaMonkey 2.0 is still there and it still tells me that 2.0.1 is available. I have tried down loading the full package of 2.0.1 and

Re: 2.0.1 Update Failed

2009-12-17 Thread NoOp
On 12/17/2009 06:03 AM, MCBastos wrote: Interviewed by CNN on 17/12/2009 01:02, NoOp told the world: On 12/16/2009 03:26 PM, Rob Steinmetz wrote: I have SeaMonkey 2.0 installed. When I check for updates it finds 2.0.1 and I install it. When I restart SeaMonkey 2.0 is still there and it still

Re: 2.0.1 Update Failed

2009-12-17 Thread NoOp
On 12/17/2009 08:49 AM, Rob Steinmetz wrote: Yes it is. MCBastos wrote: Interviewed by CNN on 17/12/2009 01:02, NoOp told the world: On 12/16/2009 03:26 PM, Rob Steinmetz wrote: I have SeaMonkey 2.0 installed. When I check for updates it finds 2.0.1 and I install it. When I restart SeaMonkey

Re: 2.0.1 Update Failed

2009-12-17 Thread NoOp
On 12/17/2009 09:11 AM, NoOp wrote: ... Perhaps something in C:\Program Files\SeaMonkey\install.log[1] will offer a hint as to what happened. Open that file and see if you can see anything obvious. Or, if you'd like to email it to me directly (drop the .invalid) I can compare against the log

[OT Portable apps] was (Re: Who are Seamonkey's core user base?)

2009-12-17 Thread NoOp
On 12/17/2009 10:58 AM, Philip Chee wrote: On Thu, 17 Dec 2009 11:44:08 -0500, Phillip Jones wrote: Does this Portable SeaMonkey you have work on a Verizon Blackberry Curve. KaiRo managed to get SeaMonkey 2.0a1pre running on a Nokia N810:

Re: SeaMonkey 2.0.1 Security Update

2009-12-17 Thread NoOp
On 12/17/2009 03:52 AM, Lucas Levrel wrote: Le 16 décembre 2009, Robert Kaiser a écrit : This update can also be applied manually by selecting Check for Updates... from the Help menu. I don't have this. Maybe my distribution (openSUSE) disabled it to force me to use their rpm's (which

Re: 2.0.1 Update Failed

2009-12-17 Thread NoOp
On 12/17/2009 09:32 AM, J. Weaver Jr. wrote: NoOp wrote: ... [1] install.log may be located in a different directory/folder if depending upon where you've installed SeaMonkey. On my syste,m (2.0.1 updated successfully) install.log has not been updated since my initial 2.0 installation

Re: SM2.0 vs 1.1.18

2009-12-17 Thread NoOp
On 12/17/2009 05:40 PM, Mort wrote: ... Hi, The download for SM 2.0.1 is not verifiable, has no certified signature, and per my current SM 2, cannot be trusted. The download notice is from Germany. (No slur intended, just the facts.) What do I do about downloading the new version? Is

Re: SM 2.01 high CPU load

2009-12-20 Thread NoOp
On 12/18/2009 11:12 AM, Zanqeutil wrote: I love Seamonkey 2.0 and now 2.01 ! The migration went without any problems, SM2 ipmorted everything from SM 1.1.18. Question. This site completely feezes my PC in SM2. http://www.daralhayat.com/morenews/english/ SM2 CPU load is 100 %. I

Re: The SM2 downgrade

2009-12-20 Thread NoOp
On 12/20/2009 11:31 AM, Rufus wrote: ... When and how SM asks for your Master really depends (or should depend) on how you have your prefs set - for ex.; I'm set for SM to ask for the Master the first time it's required, so it should not ask at startup because you haven't done anything -

Re: Who are Seamonkey's core user base?

2009-12-20 Thread NoOp
On 12/20/2009 07:36 PM, Rufus wrote: Robert Kaiser wrote: Rufus wrote: ...if users aren't being considered in a development path, that's a pretty inconsiderate way to develop a product. I fully agree. The picture is just not that simple usually, and most of the time it's tradeoffs between

Re: SM 2.0.1 vs 1.1.18...again...

2009-12-22 Thread NoOp
On 12/22/2009 05:10 PM, NoOp wrote: On 12/22/2009 05:04 PM, NoOp wrote: On 12/22/2009 02:02 PM, Jens Hatlak wrote: ... The reason that the pref is still appearing in about:config is that the relevant patch applies against core code which follows different time schedules. The pref

Re: SM 2.0.1 vs 1.1.18...again...

2009-12-22 Thread NoOp
On 12/22/2009 06:39 PM, Phillip Jones wrote: NoOp wrote: ---snip--- But apparently do not understand the risks associated with html and javascript in emails. You can of course choose to ignore the default settings SeaMonkey/about:config allows you to do

Re: SM 2.0.1 vs 1.1.18...again...

2009-12-22 Thread NoOp
On 12/22/2009 08:37 PM, NoOp wrote: On 12/22/2009 06:39 PM, Phillip Jones wrote: NoOp wrote: ---snip--- But apparently do not understand the risks associated with html and javascript in emails. You can of course choose to ignore the default settings

Re: SM2.0.1 and extensions

2009-12-24 Thread NoOp
On 12/24/2009 03:33 PM, Phillip Jones wrote: David E. Ross wrote: On 12/23/2009 7:47 PM, Leonidas Jones wrote: NoOp wrote: On 12/23/2009 07:18 PM, Leonidas Jones wrote: ... I've got PrefBar 4.3.1 installed and running fine. Lightning is an older nightly, I'll try installing the beta

Re: Happens every Year .

2009-12-24 Thread NoOp
On 12/24/2009 04:09 PM, Daniel wrote: NoOp wrote: On 12/24/2009 12:32 PM, question wrote: Merry Xmas to all In the USA there is a template for this: To My Democrat Friends: Please accept with no obligation, implied or implicit, my best wishes for an environmentally conscious

Re: SM2.0.1 and extensions

2009-12-24 Thread NoOp
On 12/24/2009 05:18 PM, Phillip Jones wrote: NoOp wrote: ... I really can't say all I know is since I removed Prefbar and Lightning I have been crash free. and with them installed I was crashing about every 10 minutes. I sent reports on 3 of them and used my email address. What

Re: Happens every Year .

2009-12-25 Thread NoOp
On 12/24/2009 09:49 PM, Philip Chee wrote: On Thu, 24 Dec 2009 12:52:02 -0800, NoOp wrote: On 12/24/2009 12:32 PM, question wrote: Merry Xmas to all In the USA there is a template for this: To My Democrat Friends: You are obviously not an American because the correct terminology

Re: SM 2.0.1 vs 1.1.18...again...

2009-12-25 Thread NoOp
On 12/25/2009 04:07 PM, Rufus wrote: ... ...your interface should be dumbed down to accommodate the dumbest user that you are targeting your product to, or that you expect would possibly want to try your product. Simpler is better, useful instructive information provided is always even

Re: Happens every Year .

2009-12-25 Thread NoOp
On 12/25/2009 04:37 PM, Phillip Jones wrote: NoOp wrote: On 12/24/2009 09:49 PM, Philip Chee wrote: On Thu, 24 Dec 2009 12:52:02 -0800, NoOp wrote: On 12/24/2009 12:32 PM, question wrote: Merry Xmas to all In the USA there is a template for this: To My Democrat Friends: You

Re: SM 2.0.1 vs 1.1.18...again...

2009-12-25 Thread NoOp
On 12/25/2009 04:39 PM, NoOp wrote: On 12/25/2009 04:07 PM, Rufus wrote: ... ...your interface should be dumbed down to accommodate the dumbest user that you are targeting your product to, or that you expect would possibly want to try your product. Simpler is better, useful instructive

Re: SM 2.0.1 vs 1.1.18...again...

2009-12-25 Thread NoOp
On 12/25/2009 05:09 PM, Rufus wrote: NoOp wrote: ... What if you grandmother would like to use SM because you recommended it? Or your 3rd grade aged nephew? Actually, my 89 y.o. grandmother, her 60 y.0. live-in nurse, my 2nd grade nephew, and multiple relatives that haven't

Re: SM 2.0.1 vs 1.1.18...again...

2009-12-29 Thread NoOp
On 12/29/2009 05:13 AM, Robert Kaiser wrote: Daniel schrieb: Us masses should not even be, directly, touching prefs.js!! Make the changes in user.js and let SM copy them into prefs.js!! Right, you shouldn't touch prefs.js - the masses should also never touch or have a user.js at all,

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