Re: newsgrops problem with seamonkey 2.0

2009-11-15 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
Rainer Bielefeld wrote: Phillip Jones schrieb: I experienced the same thing on my Mac. I end up in this position after I manually removing the _msf_ files to newsgroups to clean up some strange problems (Massages being marked as read before I could get to read them and so on.). Its a bug once

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

2009-11-19 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
Subject: says it all. :) I did read here that SM 2.0 will supposedly work on Win 7 as a 32bit application. But I am asking specifically, about any version built for 64 bits on a cpu like the Intel core i7 920. Because that's what I'm hoping to upgrade to. As a secondary question, How about any 64

Re: EVANG: Hostway

2010-02-02 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
Paul B. Gallagher wrote: Phillip Jones wrote: And Tidy Extension (HTML Validator) both in SM and FF show 29 error and 2 warnings just on the opening page. Thanks, I already told them the W3C validator returns 8 errors and 13 warnings. But unless I can show a relationship between one or more

Re: EVANG: Hostway

2010-02-02 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
Paul B. Gallagher wrote: Phillip Jones wrote: And Tidy Extension (HTML Validator) both in SM and FF show 29 error and 2 warnings just on the opening page. Thanks, I already told them the W3C validator returns 8 errors and 13 warnings. But unless I can show a relationship between one or more

Re: EVANG: Hostway

2010-02-02 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
Paul B. Gallagher wrote: Phillip Jones wrote: And Tidy Extension (HTML Validator) both in SM and FF show 29 error and 2 warnings just on the opening page. Thanks, I already told them the W3C validator returns 8 errors and 13 warnings. But unless I can show a relationship between one or more

Re: EVANG: Hostway

2010-02-03 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
Paul B. Gallagher wrote: Rostyslaw Lewyckyj wrote: Paul B. Gallagher wrote: Phillip Jones wrote: And Tidy Extension (HTML Validator) both in SM and FF show 29 error and 2 warnings just on the opening page. Thanks, I already told them the W3C validator returns 8 errors and 13 warnings

Re: Is anyone else getting an error?

2010-03-27 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
Phillip Pi wrote: Hello. http://www.bellagio.com/ showed: XML Parsing Error: not well-formed Location: http://www.bellagio.com/ Line Number 9, Column 27:scriptdocument.write('s'+'cript language=JavaScript src=http://switch.atdmt.com/jaction/mgmmgm_BellagioHomepage_1;/s'+'cript')/script

Re: Pre-upgrade-to-seamonkey problems

2008-12-28 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
On 12/25, Jeff wrote: . I no longer have any idea what the folder structure of the affected branches is supposed to be. I don't know how Mozilla stores the logical folder structure. FYI. The logical folder structure for Mozilla (SeaMonkey) email folders is: The

Re: Since there will be no more updates for Firefox v2...

2008-12-30 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
Tony Mechelynck wrote: Of course, it's still an alpha build, so every user uses it at his own risk, the usual disclaimer is in order: it may crash your hard drive, beat your dog to death, put your house on fire and elope with your spouse. No complaints accepted, no reimbursements given out.

Re: Viewing messages

2009-01-21 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
NO wrote: . many levels snipped ... I think I was confused by your input. I need to be clear that you understand that the e-mails do show up in my in-box, yet there are a few which do not show any content or html content, which is not readable. I have

When I try to send an email. Who is issuing this Alert message and why?

2009-01-26 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
MS Win98se system with SM connected to mail.rdu.bellsouth.net SMTP server. I retrieved an email message, selected Reply all, composed my reply and pressed Send. The system puts up an Alert box with the message An error occurred while sending mail. The mail server responded not our customer.

Re: When I try to send an email. Who is issuing this Alert message and why?

2009-01-28 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
HeavyDuty wrote: Rostyslaw Lewyckyj wrote: MS Win98se system with SM connected to mail.rdu.bellsouth.net SMTP server. I retrieved an email message, selected Reply all, composed my reply and pressed Send. The system puts up an Alert box with the message An error occurred while sending mail

Re: When I try to send an email. Who is issuing this Alert message and why?

2009-01-28 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
Peter Potamus the Purple Hippo wrote: Rostyslaw Lewyckyj wrote: I retrieved an email message, selected Reply all, composed my reply and pressed Send. The system puts up an Alert box with the message An error occurred while sending mail. The mail server responded not our customer. Please verify

Re: When I try to send an email. Who is issuing this Alert message and why?

2009-01-29 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
Peter Potamus the Purple Hippo wrote: if you get a popup message telling you there is a problem with an email address, then that message is coming from SM, and you have to hunt and find which one is an error. It could be something like dan#whatever,com. Notice the errors in it. If you

Re: Click here to remove all expired articles

2009-02-07 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
Ray_Net wrote: Peter Potamus the Purple Hippo wrote: Ray_Net wrote: On the same news-server ... Clicking Click here to remove all expired articles works for a group and did not work for another group. Any idea about the origin of this problem ? I don't understand. You have two newsgroups

Re: Click here to remove all expired articles

2009-02-07 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
Ray_Net wrote: Rostyslaw Lewyckyj wrote: Ray_Net wrote: Peter Potamus the Purple Hippo wrote: Ray_Net wrote: On the same news-server ... Clicking Click here to remove all expired articles works for a group and did not work for another group. Any idea about the origin of this problem ? I

Does this mean we're about to have SM 1.1.15?

2009-02-07 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
--(February 4, 2009) Firefox Update Fixes Six Flaws Mozilla has released an updated version of Firefox that addresses six vulnerabilities in the browser. The most serious of the batch is a critical JavaScript flaw affecting Firefox's layout engine; it could be exploited to crash the browser and

Re: Does this mean we're about to have SM 1.1.15?

2009-02-07 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
Jim S wrote: On Sat, 07 Feb 2009 20:05:23 -0500, BeeNeR wrote: On or about 2/7/2009 7:01 PM, Daniel typed the following: Rostyslaw Lewyckyj wrote: --(February 4, 2009) Firefox Update Fixes Six Flaws Mozilla has released an updated version of Firefox that addresses six vulnerabilities

Re: Does this mean we're about to have SM 1.1.15?

2009-02-07 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
Peter Potamus the Purple Hippo wrote: Rostyslaw Lewyckyj wrote: Because I'm using Win98se and 2.xxx is promised not to work with Win98! have you checked out this?: Didn't know about this. But now I have filed the references, and will check it out. Probably when SM2.x comes out. http

cross posting ???

2009-02-07 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
SM 1.1.14 on Win98se. I wanted to cross post an article to mozilla.support.seamonkey and bellsouth.net.support.news-service. The news server newsgroups.bellsouth.net carries both groups and I am subscribed to the mozilla.support.seamonkey newsgroup on both servers. However connected to the

Spurious (?) messages from system, while composing news article

2009-02-07 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
SM 1.1.14 on Win98se. In my message about cross posting I wrote: I wanted to cross post an article to mozilla.support.seamonkey and bellsouth.net.support.news-service. The news server newsgroups.bellsouth.net carries both groups and I am subscribed to the mozilla.support.seamonkey newsgroup on

Jerky behaviour + high resource usage + an error message in news reader client

2009-02-07 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
System Pentium 3 @ 500Mhz with 750Mb memory OS is Win98se with SM 1.1.14 1) I am experiencing long waits and pauses at various times in the news client. 1.1) When I switch newsgroups by clicking on a new group or using the down arrow there will often be up to a 30 second pause before the

Re: cross posting ???

2009-02-08 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
NoOp wrote: On 02/08/2009 12:34 AM, Jens Hatlak wrote: Rostyslaw Lewyckyj wrote: However connected to the server newsgroups.bellsouth.net, when I tried to cross post my article, I received the error message that I can not post an article to two servers! I had to post the article separately

Re: Click here to remove all expired articles

2009-02-08 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
Ray_Net wrote: Rostyslaw Lewyckyj wrote: Ray_Net wrote: Rostyslaw Lewyckyj wrote: Ray_Net wrote: Peter Potamus the Purple Hippo wrote: Ray_Net wrote: On the same news-server ... Clicking Click here to remove all expired articles works for a group and did not work for another group. Any

SM 1.1.14 and memory usage/management

2009-02-13 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
System is Win98se on a 500Mhz Pentium 3 with ~760Mb of memory. I just last week updated to from SM 1.0.7 to 1.1.14. and newsreader performance has degraded abysmally! Watching the behaviour with the system performance monitor, I notice that system memory almost invariably gets 100% allocated,

Re: SM 1.1.14 and memory usage/management

2009-02-13 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
Peter Potamus the Purple Hippo wrote: Rostyslaw Lewyckyj wrote: System is Win98se on a 500Mhz Pentium 3 with ~760Mb of memory. I just last week updated to from SM 1.0.7 to 1.1.14. and newsreader performance has degraded abysmally! Watching the behaviour with the system performance monitor, I

Re: SM 1.1.14 and memory usage/management

2009-02-13 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
Ray_Net wrote: Rostyslaw Lewyckyj wrote: System is Win98se on a 500Mhz Pentium 3 with ~760Mb of memory. I just last week updated to from SM 1.0.7 to 1.1.14. and newsreader performance has degraded abysmally! Watching the behaviour with the system performance monitor, I notice that system memory

Re: SM 1.1.14 and memory usage/management

2009-02-14 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
Philip Chee wrote: On Fri, 13 Feb 2009 10:05:57 -0800, Peter Potamus the Purple Hippo wrote: I doubt that it will be fixed, as the devs are concentrating their efforts on SM2, and couldn't careless about the 1.1 series. So, the only option I can say is to reboot every now and then. Let's

Re: SM 1.1.14 and memory usage/management

2009-02-14 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
NoOp wrote: On 02/14/2009 01:16 AM, Stéphane Grégoire wrote: Hi, Rostyslaw Lewyckyj a tapoté, le 14.02.2009 02:43: Thank you very much for the progressive 'tongue in cheek' advice. Well soon the SMs I can use will be completely dead end anyways, since the 2.x versions won't work with WIN98

Re: SM 1.1.14 and memory usage/management

2009-02-15 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
Robert Kaiser wrote: Rostyslaw Lewyckyj wrote: Well soon the SMs I can use will be completely dead end anyways, since the 2.x versions won't work with WIN98. Well, Win98 has been abandoned by its creator for a long time now and doesn't get any further security fixes itself, so I see

What are these submicroscopic icons on my mail icons?

2009-02-19 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
On top of the little mail envelope icon to the left of the line labeling my mail accounts there is, painted on, a submicroscopic icon. When I look at it under the system magnifying glass, it, sort of, looks like a hasp. What is this supposed to mean? At various other times there are other diverse

Re: What are these submicroscopic icons on my mail icons?

2009-02-20 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
Jay Garcia wrote: On 20.02.2009 01:50, Rostyslaw Lewyckyj wrote: --- Original Message --- On top of the little mail envelope icon to the left of the line labeling my mail accounts there is, painted on, a submicroscopic icon. When I look at it under the system magnifying glass, it, sort

New Thunderbird and SM2.x

2009-02-22 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
I have been seeing emails inviting people to take part in the testing on a new version of Thunderbird. We are all awaiting a new version of SM, the fabled SM2.x. Does anybody have a features comparison of the new Thunderbird and the mail client and newsreader in the new SM2.x? -- Rostyk

What is GRE 1.4f_2003062408 ?

2009-02-23 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
System is WIN 98se After installing SM 1.1.14 which includes GRE 1.8.1.19_2008120416, I find that, although the setup.ini for GRE 1.8.1.19... speaks of uninstalling former versions of GRE, I still have a 1.4f_2003062408 subdirectory under C:\Program Files\Common Files\mozilla.org\GRE At the

Re: What is GRE 1.4f_2003062408 ?

2009-02-23 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
Peter Potamus the Purple Hippo wrote: Rostyslaw Lewyckyj wrote: System is WIN 98se After installing SM 1.1.14 which includes GRE 1.8.1.19_2008120416, I find that, although the setup.ini for GRE 1.8.1.19... speaks of uninstalling former versions of GRE, I still have a 1.4f_2003062408

Re: Remove Expired articles

2009-02-23 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
Peter Potamus the Purple Hippo wrote: Rostyslaw Lewyckyj wrote: Peter Potamus the Purple Hippo wrote: Ray_Net wrote: Peter Potamus the Purple Hippo wrote: Ray_Net wrote: Could some one explain what happen when we clink on the link initiating the action - news://news.scarlet.be

Re: Remove Expired articles

2009-02-24 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
Chris Ilias wrote: On 2/23/09 4:29 PM, _Rostyslaw Lewyckyj_ spoke thusly: Peter Potamus the Purple Hippo wrote: Rostyslaw Lewyckyj wrote: O.k. Let me pose the problem in a different way :-) How does the action and result of news://server/newsgroup?list-ids differ from the action of deleting

Re: What is GRE 1.4f_2003062408 ?

2009-02-24 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
Leonidas Jones wrote: Rostyslaw Lewyckyj wrote: Peter Potamus the Purple Hippo wrote: Rostyslaw Lewyckyj wrote: System is WIN 98se After installing SM 1.1.14 which includes GRE 1.8.1.19_2008120416, I find that, although the setup.ini for GRE 1.8.1.19... speaks of uninstalling former versions

Re: ATT change over

2009-02-25 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
Lee wrote: To the best of my knowledge I followed the specific instructions given but cannot receive my mail via SeaMonkey. Also my server says it does not have a secure connection. ... Thanks for your reply. L e e (in Florida) O.k. I am on BS DSL here in the Raleigh Durham

ghostly advertisements

2009-02-25 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
System is Win98 se and SM 1.1.14 Recently (since upgrading to 1.1.14) on some web pages I have had the following: 1) I hover over a #type link internal to the page and a little window pops up showing a miniaturized contents at the link. Or over the tab for a covered tab window and see a miniature

missing (or hiding) news article body

2009-02-25 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
System Win 98 se and SM 1.1.14 I try to download an article and get a blank screen, with _done_ on the status line at the bottom of the screen. I play around trying to reload the article, backup to previous article, mark it unread and come back at a later time ... No luck I keep getting a blank

Re: ghostly advertisements

2009-02-25 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
Peter Potamus the Purple Hippo wrote: Rostyslaw Lewyckyj wrote: System is Win98 se and SM 1.1.14 Recently (since upgrading to 1.1.14) on some web pages I have had the following: 1) I hover over a #type link internal to the page and a little window pops up showing a miniaturized contents

To Rinaldi Montessi (Re: ATT change over FOLLOWUP

2009-02-26 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
Rinaldi J. Montessi wrote: I haven't read the whole thread, but I recently went through this with the change from bellsouth to att.yahoo. Enter about:config in the space for url's and filter on smtp. The results should look something like this: user_pref(mail.identity.id1.smtpServer, smtp2);

Re: To Rinaldi Montessi (Re: ATT change over FOLLOWUP

2009-03-01 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
Peter Potamus the Purple Hippo wrote: Daniel wrote: Peter Potamus the Purple Hippo wrote: Daniel wrote: Rostyslaw Lewyckyj wrote: Rinaldi J. Montessi wrote: Ros, what Peter did . . . . Then Peter did a cut-and-paste into his mail. who!? Ros as in ROStyslaw!! Daniel I snipped

Re: Status of SeaMonkey

2009-03-04 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
Keith Whaley wrote: NoOp wrote: ... snip ,,, I recommend that you use the newsreader vs list to participate. That way you can easily review threads posts from over a year ago. Subcribe to: news.mozilla.org This group: mozilla.support.seamonkey Development:

Re: Status of SeaMonkey

2009-03-04 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
Peter Potamus the Purple Hippo wrote: Philip Chee wrote: On Wed, 04 Mar 2009 10:06:12 -0800, Peter Potamus the Purple Hippo wrote: Keith Whaley wrote: My mozilla.support.seamonkey newsgroup only contains 37,371 messages at this time! I've only got 232 I think you mean 37,232 Now up to

Re: Status of SeaMonkey

2009-03-05 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
Stéphane Grégoire wrote: Hi, Rostyslaw Lewyckyj a tapoté, le 04.03.2009 21:18: My SM 1.1.14 reports 37227 articles in the group. My Seamonkey 2.0a3 say exactly the same and certainly 37228 when this message will be posted. The first message i have is on 10.01.2006 07:04. and Xref: number1

Re: Print Preview freezes on Office Depot's Web site?

2009-03-09 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
Martin Feitag wrote: Ant schrieb: On 3/7/2009 3:20 PM PT, BeeNeR typed: On or about 3/7/2009 12:28 PM, Ant typed the following: Hi! I was viewing http://www.officedepot.com/catalog/txtSearchDD.do?jopa=s5SHQCC0IOOaUna7xLgXh3Unorefinement=truesearchTxt=Logitech+Z-2300# and wanted to print

Re: SM mail box index file doesn't update

2009-03-09 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
Peter Potamus the Purple Hippo wrote: Leonidas Jones wrote: terje wrote: ... Big snip. .. and introducing an OFF TOPIC thread drift question Basically, do not use Inbox as a long term repository for stored email. If you need to keep email, store it in archive folders.

Re: seamonkey 1.1.x and 2.x

2009-03-16 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
nobodyh...@min.net wrote: In 9kadnatbvfsgnibunz2dnuvz_uown...@mozilla.org, on 03/13/09 at 06:14 PM, Peter Potamus the Purple Hippo peter.potamus.the.purple.hi...@gmail.com said: Oldest OS on computers with internet access should be Win2000 by now for most companies ;-) sorry, but I still

Re: How Big Can a Mail Attachment Be?

2009-03-16 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
W. Watson wrote: I've found that my SM mailer will not accept anything over 10M (See Subject). However, I've recently gotten 18M wmv files from others. I guess it's all about one's ISP? Yeah I don't think there's any practical SM limit, it's up to your and the recipients ISP and any in

Re: How Big Can a Mail Attachment Be?

2009-03-21 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
Hartmut Figge wrote: Martin Feitag: Peter Potamus the Purple Hippo schrieb: Martin Feitag wrote: here's a list: http://www.filehoster.info/filehoster.php Englisch -- is that the German spelling of English? Yes :-) It would be nice if we could write here in german. *g* Hartmut Nein.

How can one put arbitrary URIs into bookmarks?

2009-05-05 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
Win 98se, SM 1.1.16 I would like to enter, store, and use URIs such as news://216.77.188.18/{newsgroup-name}?list-ids e.g. news://216.77.188.18/soc.culture.ukrainian?list-ids in my bookmarks file. Can this be done? , and if so, How? The reason is that entering this in the URI window of the

Re: How can one put arbitrary URIs into bookmarks?

2009-05-06 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
Martin Feitag wrote: Rostyslaw Lewyckyj schrieb: Win 98se, SM 1.1.16 I would like to enter, store, and use URIs such as news://216.77.188.18/{newsgroup-name}?list-ids e.g. news://216.77.188.18/soc.culture.ukrainian?list-ids in my bookmarks file. Can this be done? , and if so, How? The reason

XML Parsing Error: ?

2009-05-20 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
System W98se, SeaMonkey v 1.1.14, default download, and install 2/5/2009. No extensions. Today while trying to read news. XML Parsing Error: No element found Location : jar : resource : ///chrome/toolkit.jar!/content/global/netError.xhtml line Number 1, Column 1: What does this mean? Why all of

Need help constructing a Newsgroups: filter

2009-06-04 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
SM 1.1.14 on a W98se system How do I construct a filter that will mark all arriving articles that have a particular newsgroup in the Newsgroups: header line and specific words in Subject: header line, as read. Specifically: for newsgroup = alt.computer Subject: = My vintage dream PC

Re: Moving Newsgroups

2009-06-19 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
Philip Chee wrote: On Thu, 18 Jun 2009 11:53:14 -0700, Brian Mailman wrote: SM 1.1.16 here... Win XP I used to be able to move a newsgroup name to where I wanted it by just drag-and-dropping. I've added one and it's at the bottom of the list. I want to move it to near a related group, but

Re: Firefox 3.5 RC1 is appearing

2009-06-19 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
Daniel wrote: Lester Caine wrote: JR WG wrote ... And are we really interested in what 'the opposition' are doing :) No, not really, except that it may influence where SM browser goes. Daniel I certainly read that as you contradicting yourself.

Re: Return of Bugs 229763 and/or 392145 -- Work offline checkbox does not set browser to offline mode

2009-08-11 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
Robert Kaiser wrote: Richard Owlett wrote: What is the SM 2.0 specification on this issue? No idea, you need to test it, I never need offline mode. Robert Kaiser So the specification is - _Just_whatever_happened_to_get_implemented_ T'aint a bug. It's a feature! :)

Re: Missing SPECIFIC maps on FedEx.com's Web site?

2009-08-18 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
Paul B. Gallagher wrote: Phillip Pi wrote: I also e-mailed to webmas...@fedex.com and waited for the replies from both from it and online form. I got an e-mail reply: ... Thank you for using FedEx Online Support. In answer to your question, I'm sorry for the inconvenience but Fedex

Re: keyboard shortcut

2009-09-06 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
Rick Merrill wrote: Philip Chee wrote: On Sat, 05 Sep 2009 09:59:36 -0400, Rick Merrill wrote: Smiles wrote: Good day I have a client who uses a touch pad with a mouth stick is there a keyboard shortcut to change from one email account to another currently we have had to set each account

W98se, SM 1.1.14 - How does one set/change fonts for Mail Newsgroup panels ?

2009-09-07 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
W98se, SM 1.1.14 How do I set/change the font size (and the [default] encoding) for the fonts which are used to display the accounts and folders, and also in the panel that displays the mail message or news articles Subject: lines ? All of a sudden the printing, i.e. the font sizes in these

Re: SeaMonkey 2.2 Release

2011-07-07 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
Justin Wood (Callek) wrote: The SeaMonkey project is proud to present SeaMonkey 2.2: The new major release of the all-in-one Internet suite is available for download now! Building on the same Mozilla platform as the newest Firefox release, it delivers the latest developments in web technologies

Re: SeaMonkey 2.2 Release

2011-07-07 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
Justin Wood (Callek) wrote: On 7/7/2011 11:46 PM, Paul B. Gallagher wrote: Justin Wood (Callek) wrote: The SeaMonkey project is proud to present SeaMonkey 2.2: The new major release of the all-in-one Internet suite is available for download now! Building on the same Mozilla platform as the

Re: Import embargoes against TB5 and FF5?

2011-07-08 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
Graham P Davis wrote: I thought I'd have another try with Seamonkey 2.1 but ran into a couple of problems. (1) I thought I saw SM say it was importing FF5 bookmarks but must have been mistaken. I know other browsers can't manage that trick but would have thought another Mozilla product would

Re: Not the inspired by Chrome, Firefox style versioning system please!

2011-07-09 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
MCBastos wrote: Interviewed by CNN on 09/07/2011 12:41, Ray_Net told the world: This is exactly my opinion ... developpers are only interested to implement new gadgets instead of fixing bugs. SM is full of bugs that would never been corrected ... because those bug did not stop SM working. But

Re: Not the inspired by Chrome, Firefox style versioning system please!

2011-07-10 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
Chris Ilias wrote: On 11-07-09 2:11 PM, Lee wrote: ... SeaMonkey 2.2 and Firefox 5 are stable. But the automatic update script isn't even out yet. So 2.2 hasn't had a chance to spread yet. Of course it may be declared stable by edict, with all fixes later, in future versions,

Re: Not the inspired by Chrome, Firefox style versioning system please!

2011-07-11 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
Chris Ilias wrote: On 11-07-10 8:52 PM, Rostyslaw Lewyckyj wrote: Chris Ilias wrote: On 11-07-09 2:11 PM, Lee wrote: ... SeaMonkey 2.2 and Firefox 5 are stable. But the automatic update script isn't even out yet. So 2.2 hasn't had a chance to spread yet. Of course it may

Re: SEAMONKEY ADDRESS BOOK REALLY POOR NOW

2011-07-15 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
Jens Hatlak wrote: Paul B. Gallagher wrote: Bill Davidsen wrote: In SM 2.1.1pre if I select the Collected Addresses book, pick an address I can drag and drop the address into any other book. And it happens right away, and the book name highlights so I'm sure which book I'm dropping into, and

Re: So long, and thanks for all the fish

2011-07-17 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
JeffM wrote: JeffM wrote: Whenever I see these long diatribes about SeaMonkey, I note that they never mention the authors' participation in the Release Candidate trial/review process. Jay Garcia wrote: What else is required other than to be a user, A critique that comes as late as so many

Re: So long, and thanks for all the fish

2011-07-17 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
JeffM wrote: JeffM wrote: those folks who are prone to complaining *should* be the ones who point out shortcomings **when something can more easily be done about those** i.e. **early** aka **during pre-release**. Rostyslaw Lewyckyj wrote: All right , then where does the developer coouncil

Re: So long, and thanks for all the fish

2011-07-18 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
Paul B. Gallagher wrote: Philip Chee wrote: On 18/07/2011 12:50, Philip Chee wrote: On 18/07/2011 10:46, Rostyslaw Lewyckyj wrote: All right, then where does the developer council/ governing body publish the details of the planned changes to be introduced in the next release, so

Re: So long, and thanks for all the fish

2011-07-20 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
JeffM wrote: JeffM wrote: Hmmm. I've already used this analogy once today (elsewhere). Sometimes it only takes ONE individual to affect a change: http://google.com/search?tbs=dfn:1q=hung-jury Paul B. Gallagher wrote: OK, so if I dedicate my life to making sure everyone knows that it's Effect

Re: Yahoo! e-mail problem

2011-07-20 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
Jim Dell wrote: Justin Wood (Callek) wrote: Beauregard T. Shagnasty wrote: I am aware of that, of course. Perhaps the user would rather not install a whole new and unfamiliar version of the entire suite, simply to gain access to a site where that manual hack (simple to do) would suffice.

Re: National Geographic: Why can't I see their maps?

2011-07-20 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
David E. Ross wrote: On 7/20/11 6:20 PM, Paul B. Gallagher wrote: David E. Ross wrote: On 7/20/11 12:28 PM, Paul B. Gallagher wrote: Example: http://maps.nationalgeographic.com/maps/map-machine#s=rc=-56.09018578602696,%20-34.39591415226459z=4 The map pane is blank but the rest of the page

Re: Yahoo! e-mail problem

2011-07-21 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
Justin Wood (Callek) wrote: Rostyslaw Lewyckyj wrote: Jim Dell wrote: Justin Wood (Callek) wrote: Beauregard T. Shagnasty wrote: I am aware of that, of course. Perhaps the user would rather not install a whole new and unfamiliar version of the entire suite, simply to gain access to a site

Re: National Geographic: Why can't I see their maps?

2011-07-21 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
GerardJan wrote: Rostyslaw Lewyckyj wrote: David E. Ross wrote: On 7/20/11 6:20 PM, Paul B. Gallagher wrote: David E. Ross wrote: On 7/20/11 12:28 PM, Paul B. Gallagher wrote: Example: http://maps.nationalgeographic.com/maps/map-machine#s=rc=-56.09018578602696,%20-34.39591415226459z=4

Re: National Geographic: Why can't I see their maps?

2011-07-21 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
Paul B. Gallagher wrote: Rostyslaw Lewyckyj wrote: Mr. Gallagher's UA string indicates SM 2.0.14 So the politically correct answer is that he's on an obsolete, superceded version. Instruct him to install the pre-release 2.3 beta. :/ :\ Perhaps, perhaps, that will help. :) Others with both

Re: National Geographic: Why can't I see their maps?

2011-07-21 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
JeffM wrote: Rostyslaw Lewyckyj wrote: The forward charge by the bull elephants to introduce new features is all well and good. But I'd like to see an army with brooms and pooper scoopers clean up the field between the charging elephants and us the plodding following mass of users. So that we

Re: 2.2 scrolling and right click issues

2011-07-22 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
Justin Wood (Callek) wrote: On 7/22/2011 2:42 AM, dsavitsk wrote: I just installed 2.2 or SeaMonkey, and the center mounse button on a Thinkpad no longer scrolls. ... Plus, right clicking the tab bar no longer opens a new tab. If you mean there is no longer a

This is the beginning of the Gamma testing of SM 2.2

2011-07-22 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
Now with the release of the auto upgrade script from 2.0.14 to 2.2 begins the testing of 2.2 by the actual using public. Now all the gratuitous UI changes as well as the more serious bugs crawl out of the woodwork (the code) and begin to be reported. In previous version upgrades, there might have

Re: Seamonkey 2.2 e-mail client : where has right=click Paste as quotation gone ?

2011-07-25 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
Philip TAYLOR (Webmaster, Ret'd) wrote: JD wrote: Here is my paste as quotation: I tried what you said, by copying something from notepad with no line length and this is how it looks using a right mouse click and selecting paste as quotation. A question : Where did you find Paste

Re: new 2.3

2011-08-02 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
Robert Kaiser wrote: Pat Connors schrieb: Now we have 2.3 and more complaints. Why more complaints? And 2.3 is still in beta, but beta 2 actually fixes some issues that have been reported with 2.2 here... Robert Kaiser On balance, Has the number of known bugs and annoyances increased, or

Re: SM 2.2 - don't like new search bar in mail/mews

2011-08-04 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
Philip Chee wrote: On 05/08/2011 02:31, Gerry Hickman wrote: Hi, I've just updated to SM 2.2, in the mail and news window there's a new tool bar called the search bar that takes up quite a lot of room. In the old 2.0, the search boxes were part of the message list pane and were very compact,

Re: winXP loses majority share

2011-08-04 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
Philip TAYLOR (Webmaster, Ret'd) wrote: Mike wrote: XP users have a little under three years left. Plenty of time to save pennies for some tech. It is a depressing thought. Can there really be life after XP ? Oh sure :-) MS Windows 8 has even been pre-announced. :-)

Re: Getting closer...

2011-08-05 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
dev wrote: Now if SM only supported ALL the extensions that work in FF I could use it exclusively. ^_^ How about , 'If SM only had support?' and not just experimental development? or should that be , 'developmental experiments :-\ ' ?. ___

Re: new 2.3

2011-08-05 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
Philip TAYLOR (Webmaster, Ret'd) wrote: Robert Kaiser wrote: Bill Davidsen schrieb: Some commercial users have complained that they can't do a QA cycle that often, and according to the reports were told that Firefox is not suitable for business use. Actually, Mozilla is trying to

Re: new 2.3

2011-08-05 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
Robert Kaiser wrote: Rostyslaw Lewyckyj schrieb: What is the definition that you are using of 'progress'? Is it only new features or wrinkles in the UI, or can it be eradication of existing bugs and misguided UI feature implementations? Both, even simplifying UI counts as that - at least

Re: new 2.3

2011-08-08 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
Robert Kaiser wrote: Philip TAYLOR (Webmaster, Ret'd) schrieb: Unfortunately, from a user perspective, major change is rarely welcome, whilst increased security and incremental bug fixes are universally appreciated. Right, that's why the major change the web brought to computers was never

Re: new 2.3 - Firefox updates too often

2011-08-08 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
Robert Kaiser wrote: PhillipJones schrieb: The original post meant SeaMonkey. It didn't. FF is up to 5.6.7.8 or whatever. SM increments their major updates by .1's 2.0, 2.1, 2.2., 2.3, 2.4 and so on. That is just a different numbering system, the rate and size of updates is very similar.

Re: new 2.3

2011-08-08 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
Paul B. Gallagher wrote: MCBastos wrote: But, the thing is, with limited resources available, supporting those old releases means that the new release does not receive as much work as it needs. With Seamonkey tied to the every-six-weeks Mozilla release schedule, delaying release is not an

Re: new 2.3

2011-08-08 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
WLS wrote: The Mozilla Foundation is leading the development of a better Internet. http://www.mozilla.org/about/mission.html http://www.mozilla.org/about/manifesto By its' own claims and pronouncements! Just because you don't like it, don't spread misinformation.

Re: new 2.3

2011-08-08 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
Paul B. Gallagher wrote: Stanimir Stamenkov wrote: Sun, 07 Aug 2011 20:29:22 -0400, /Paul B. Gallagher/: As our parents used to ask, If everyone else jumped off a cliff, would you do it, too? Just because the FF people decided to rush things and churn out a series of half-baked products for

Re: new 2.3

2011-08-08 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
Paul B. Gallagher wrote: WLS wrote: Paul B. Gallagher wrote: I'm only saying what I've read here from authoritative sources; the only addition is my judgment half-baked, which reflects many of the opinions voiced here. If you don't like it, speak to the merits of the argument. You need not

Re: new 2.3

2011-08-08 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
MCBastos wrote: Interviewed by CNN on 07/08/2011 21:29, Paul B. Gallagher told the world: MCBastos wrote: But, the thing is, with limited resources available, supporting those old releases means that the new release does not receive as much work as it needs. With Seamonkey tied to the

Re: new 2.3 - Firefox updates too often

2011-08-08 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
Robert Kaiser wrote: Rostyslaw Lewyckyj schrieb: What's relevant is not their naming but their frequency and buggines! Right, and SeaMonkey matches Firefox both in frequency as well as mostly in how few bugs it has, though SeaMonkey tends to have a bit more of those than Firefox recently

Re: new 2.3 - Firefox updates too often

2011-08-10 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
MCBastos wrote: Interviewed by CNN on 09/08/2011 21:18, Rufus told the world: ...it was a suggestion for a *new* SM product from the *SM* team because someone posed a question - and not even that particular product, it's an *example*...crap, can't anybody around here think *conceptually*?

Radical change in topic. Now a newsreader Q. was (Re: new 2.3 - Firefox updates too often

2011-08-11 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
Justin Wood (Callek) wrote: PhillipJones wrote: Rostyslaw Lewyckyj wrote: MCBastos wrote: Interviewed by CNN on 09/08/2011 21:18, Rufus told the world: ...it was a suggestion for a *new* SM product from the *SM* team because someone posed a question - and not even that particular product

Re: Radical change in topic. Now a newsreader Q. was (Re: new 2.3 - Firefox updates too often

2011-08-11 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
Chris Ilias wrote: On 11-08-11 12:37 PM, Rostyslaw Lewyckyj wrote: Looking at this posting, I see that there was a follow up posting by PhillipJones to my cynical posting I wish I could writhe ... ... pooper scooper brigade. But I can not find PhillipJoness' posting at Mozilla News. It used

Re: Radical change in topic. Now a newsreader Q. was (Re: new 2.3 - Firefox updates too often

2011-08-11 Thread Rostyslaw Lewyckyj
Paul B. Gallagher wrote: Rostyslaw Lewyckyj wrote: Chris Ilias wrote: On 11-08-11 12:37 PM, Rostyslaw Lewyckyj wrote: Looking at this posting, I see that there was a follow up posting by PhillipJones to my cynical posting I wish I could writhe ... ... pooper scooper brigade. But I can

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