Re: Freezing in SM2

2009-10-27 Thread Phillip Jones
Leonidas Jones wrote: Phillip Jones wrote: Leonidas Jones wrote: Phillip Jones wrote: David E. Ross wrote: On 10/26/2009 4:45 AM, David Wilkinson wrote: /snip/ RSS doesn't exist in Mac version of SM 1.1.8 never has. you could add an extension but didn't like it. Even in FF I don't use

Re: Freezing in SM2

2009-10-27 Thread Philip Chee
On Tue, 27 Oct 2009 20:21:15 -0400, Phillip Jones wrote: No need to disable it, just don't use it. Lee People here are complaining that the RSS is the reason from Freezing problems while it updates. Look at this logically. If you don't subscribe to any RSS feeds there won't be any for

Re: Freezing in SM2

2009-10-26 Thread Leonidas Jones
David Wilkinson wrote: Using XP, I have for some time been plagued by freezes in SM1. The application becomes unresponsive, and all the SM windows in Task Manager show Not responding. After a while (30 seconds perhaps) it comes back to life. But now I am saying the same thing in SM2 (on a

Re: Freezing in SM2

2009-10-26 Thread David Wilkinson
Leonidas Jones wrote: David Wilkinson wrote: Using XP, I have for some time been plagued by freezes in SM1. The application becomes unresponsive, and all the SM windows in Task Manager show Not responding. After a while (30 seconds perhaps) it comes back to life. But now I am saying the same

Re: Freezing in SM2

2009-10-26 Thread Leonidas Jones
David Wilkinson wrote: Leonidas Jones wrote: David Wilkinson wrote: /snip/ Yes, the whole program freezes while RSS feeds are being updated. Do you have RSS feeds set up in Mail/News? No, not yet. But I have a lot of newsgroups. I thought SM2 was supposed to have better isolation

Re: Freezing in SM2

2009-10-26 Thread David Wilkinson
Leonidas Jones wrote: No, not yet. But I have a lot of newsgroups. I thought SM2 was supposed to have better isolation between different pages/features, so that problems with one page/feature would not disable the whole application. Anyway, this is not acceptable. How can SM2 be designed this

Re: Freezing in SM2

2009-10-26 Thread Rob Steinmetz
I am seeing something similar.Can't figute out what is causing it. It seems to be related to getting mail, but I have all of my mail accounts set to get mail only when asked. David Wilkinson wrote: Leonidas Jones wrote: David Wilkinson wrote: Using XP, I have for some time been plagued by

Re: Freezing in SM2

2009-10-26 Thread David E. Ross
On 10/26/2009 4:45 AM, David Wilkinson wrote: Using XP, I have for some time been plagued by freezes in SM1. The application becomes unresponsive, and all the SM windows in Task Manager show Not responding. After a while (30 seconds perhaps) it comes back to life. But now I am saying the

Re: Freezing in SM2

2009-10-26 Thread Phillip Jones
David E. Ross wrote: On 10/26/2009 4:45 AM, David Wilkinson wrote: Using XP, I have for some time been plagued by freezes in SM1. The application becomes unresponsive, and all the SM windows in Task Manager show Not responding. After a while (30 seconds perhaps) it comes back to life. But

Re: Freezing in SM2

2009-10-26 Thread Leonidas Jones
Phillip Jones wrote: David E. Ross wrote: On 10/26/2009 4:45 AM, David Wilkinson wrote: /snip/ RSS doesn't exist in Mac version of SM 1.1.8 never has. you could add an extension but didn't like it. Even in FF I don't use it. Actually, Forumzilla worked very well on 1.1.x. Generally the

Re: Freezing in SM2

2009-10-26 Thread Phillip Jones
Leonidas Jones wrote: Phillip Jones wrote: David E. Ross wrote: On 10/26/2009 4:45 AM, David Wilkinson wrote: /snip/ RSS doesn't exist in Mac version of SM 1.1.8 never has. you could add an extension but didn't like it. Even in FF I don't use it. Actually, Forumzilla worked very well on

Re: Freezing in SM2

2009-10-26 Thread Leonidas Jones
Phillip Jones wrote: Leonidas Jones wrote: Phillip Jones wrote: David E. Ross wrote: On 10/26/2009 4:45 AM, David Wilkinson wrote: /snip/ RSS doesn't exist in Mac version of SM 1.1.8 never has. you could add an extension but didn't like it. Even in FF I don't use it. Actually,