Re: HTML message display for RSS

2009-06-09 Thread Martin Feitag
David Wilkinson wrote: 2. If I view my messages as plain text, then I *know* that I will not be the victim of javascript, web bugs, and other HTML trickery. true, true... Anyway, hence the desire to have the default display type configurable on a per server basis. The only explanation for

Re: HTML message display for RSS

2009-06-09 Thread Hartmut Figge
Martin Feitag: Looks like there is pretty much room for improvements left there ;-) Sure. Would you like to know how to get the source? O:-) Hartmut ___ support-seamonkey mailing list support-seamonkey@lists.mozilla.org

Re: HTML message display for RSS

2009-06-09 Thread Martin Feitag
Hartmut Figge wrote: Martin Feitag: Looks like there is pretty much room for improvements left there ;-) Sure. Would you like to know how to get the source? O:-) Hartmut I doubt that this will be enough. My brain needs another course of How to be a great ...-programmer or similar before

Re: HTML message display for RSS

2009-06-07 Thread Daniel
Moz Champion (Dan) wrote: Daniel wrote: Moz Champion (Dan) wrote: Hartmut Figge wrote: Moz Champion (Dan): Why is HTML 'okay' in RSS but not in email or news? I view everything in HTML (always have) and have no problems. Do you see then the exactly under the

Re: HTML message display for RSS

2009-06-05 Thread David Wilkinson
Chris Ilias wrote: Try this: 1. In the SeaMonkey browser, enter the following URL in the Location bar, and press Enter: about:config You may get a warning page (I haven't tried SM2). Bypass it, to get to the about:config page. 2. In the resulting page, search for the preference

Re: HTML message display for RSS

2009-06-05 Thread Moz Champion (Dan)
Daniel wrote: Moz Champion (Dan) wrote: Hartmut Figge wrote: Moz Champion (Dan): Why is HTML 'okay' in RSS but not in email or news? I view everything in HTML (always have) and have no problems. Do you see then the exactly under the 'okay'? ;) Hartmut No, its

Re: HTML message display for RSS

2009-06-05 Thread Moz Champion (Dan)
Hartmut Figge wrote: Moz Champion (Dan): So? Still does not explain or give any reasoning why HTML is not 'okay' in email or news. Well, i am not allowed to post in HTML to most of my newsservers. Hartmut 'not allowed'? By whom? Thunderbird defaults to 'all newservers' are plain text

Re: HTML message display for RSS

2009-06-05 Thread Moz Champion (Dan)
Keith Whaley wrote: Moz Champion (Dan) wrote: David Wilkinson wrote: Moz Champion (Dan) wrote: Why is HTML 'okay' in RSS but not in email or news? I view everything in HTML (always have) and have no problems. Because RSS feeds generally point to web pages, and mail or news accounts point

Re: HTML message display for RSS

2009-06-05 Thread Ron
David Wilkinson wrote: Moz Champion (Dan) wrote: It takes too long? How would you know? You download it anyway. When you 'see' a message in a newsgroup, regardless if it is written in HTML or plain text, it is still listed in the subject pane. If you choose to read it, it

Re: HTML message display for RSS

2009-06-04 Thread David Wilkinson
David Wilkinson wrote: I have used Netscape/Mozilla Suite/SeaMonkey for many years, and for mail and newsgroups I always both display and compose messages in plain text. I absolutely refuse to have anything to do with HTML in mail or newsgroups. However, in SeaMonkey 2 we have RSS feeds in

Re: HTML message display for RSS

2009-06-04 Thread Moz Champion (Dan)
David Wilkinson wrote: David Wilkinson wrote: I have used Netscape/Mozilla Suite/SeaMonkey for many years, and for mail and newsgroups I always both display and compose messages in plain text. I absolutely refuse to have anything to do with HTML in mail or newsgroups. However, in SeaMonkey

Re: HTML message display for RSS

2009-06-04 Thread Hartmut Figge
Hartmut Figge: Moz Champion (Dan): Why is HTML 'okay' in RSS but not in email or news? I view everything in HTML (always have) and have no problems. Do you see then the exactly under the 'okay'? ;) Well, i do. But in HTML messages i doubt it. Hartmut

Re: HTML message display for RSS

2009-06-04 Thread Moz Champion (Dan)
Hartmut Figge wrote: Moz Champion (Dan): Why is HTML 'okay' in RSS but not in email or news? I view everything in HTML (always have) and have no problems. Do you see then the exactly under the 'okay'? ;) Hartmut No, its offset slightly when I read the message,

Re: HTML message display for RSS

2009-06-04 Thread Moz Champion (Dan)
Hartmut Figge wrote: Hartmut Figge: Moz Champion (Dan): Why is HTML 'okay' in RSS but not in email or news? I view everything in HTML (always have) and have no problems. Do you see then

Re: HTML message display for RSS

2009-06-04 Thread Keith Whaley
Hartmut Figge wrote: Hartmut Figge: Moz Champion (Dan): Why is HTML 'okay' in RSS but not in email or news? I view everything in HTML (always have) and have no problems. Do you see then the exactly under the 'okay'? ;) Well, i do. But in HTML messages i doubt

Re: HTML message display for RSS

2009-06-04 Thread Hartmut Figge
Moz Champion (Dan): Hartmut Figge wrote: Hartmut Figge: Do you see then the exactly under the 'okay'? ;) Well, i do. But in HTML messages i doubt it. Nonsense You are right, i have just tested. Hartmut ___ support-seamonkey mailing list

Re: HTML message display for RSS

2009-06-04 Thread David Wilkinson
Moz Champion (Dan) wrote: Why is HTML 'okay' in RSS but not in email or news? I view everything in HTML (always have) and have no problems. Because RSS feeds generally point to web pages, and mail or news accounts point to messages. -- David Wilkinson

Re: HTML message display for RSS

2009-06-04 Thread Moz Champion (Dan)
David Wilkinson wrote: Moz Champion (Dan) wrote: Why is HTML 'okay' in RSS but not in email or news? I view everything in HTML (always have) and have no problems. Because RSS feeds generally point to web pages, and mail or news accounts point to messages. So? Still does not explain or

Re: HTML message display for RSS

2009-06-04 Thread Hartmut Figge
Moz Champion (Dan): So? Still does not explain or give any reasoning why HTML is not 'okay' in email or news. Well, i am not allowed to post in HTML to most of my newsservers. Hartmut ___ support-seamonkey mailing list

Re: HTML message display for RSS

2009-06-04 Thread David Wilkinson
Moz Champion (Dan) wrote: Many don't appreciate HTML in email or news, but that's simply personal taste, nothing more. Yes, that is my personal taste. But I find my personal taste is in conflict with using SeaMonkey as an RSS feed. Actually, on SeaMonkey 1.x I use the excellent extension

Re: HTML message display for RSS

2009-06-04 Thread David Wilkinson
Hartmut Figge wrote: Well, i am not allowed to post in HTML to most of my newsservers. Hartmut: Yes, but you can select the composition method on a per server basis. It is the message display method that you cannot change separately for each server. -- David Wilkinson

Re: HTML message display for RSS

2009-06-04 Thread Keith Whaley
Moz Champion (Dan) wrote: David Wilkinson wrote: Moz Champion (Dan) wrote: Why is HTML 'okay' in RSS but not in email or news? I view everything in HTML (always have) and have no problems. Because RSS feeds generally point to web pages, and mail or news accounts point to messages. So?

Re: HTML message display for RSS

2009-06-04 Thread David E. Ross
On 6/4/2009 2:54 PM, Keith Whaley wrote: Moz Champion (Dan) wrote: David Wilkinson wrote: Moz Champion (Dan) wrote: Why is HTML 'okay' in RSS but not in email or news? I view everything in HTML (always have) and have no problems. Because RSS feeds generally point to web pages, and mail or

Re: HTML message display for RSS

2009-06-04 Thread Daniel
Moz Champion (Dan) wrote: Hartmut Figge wrote: Moz Champion (Dan): Why is HTML 'okay' in RSS but not in email or news? I view everything in HTML (always have) and have no problems. Do you see then the exactly under the 'okay'? ;) Hartmut No, its offset slightly

Re: HTML message display for RSS

2009-06-04 Thread Chris Ilias
On 03/06/09 9:21 AM, David Wilkinson wrote: I have used Netscape/Mozilla Suite/SeaMonkey for many years, and for mail and newsgroups I always both display and compose messages in plain text. I absolutely refuse to have anything to do with HTML in mail or newsgroups. However, in SeaMonkey 2 we

Re: HTML message display for RSS

2009-06-04 Thread Chris Ilias
On 04/06/09 3:44 PM, Moz Champion (Dan) wrote: Hartmut Figge wrote: Moz Champion (Dan): Why is HTML 'okay' in RSS but not in email or news? I view everything in HTML (always have) and have no problems. Do you see then the exactly under the 'okay'? ;) Hartmut No, its offset

HTML message display for RSS

2009-06-03 Thread David Wilkinson
I have used Netscape/Mozilla Suite/SeaMonkey for many years, and for mail and newsgroups I always both display and compose messages in plain text. I absolutely refuse to have anything to do with HTML in mail or newsgroups. However, in SeaMonkey 2 we have RSS feeds in the mail/newsgroup part of

Re: HTML message display for RSS

2009-06-03 Thread David Wilkinson
Heiko Adams wrote: In the feed properties you can configure if seamonkey should show a summary of the entry or load the website of the entry. Heiko: I left this option to display only the summary unchecked. -- David Wilkinson ___ support-seamonkey