Re: When will SM2 come out?

2009-02-08 Thread Tony Mechelynck

On 07/02/09 16:05, Robert Kaiser wrote:

Tony Mechelynck wrote:

Yeah, Maj[uscule] (meaning upper-case) is the French name of the Shift
key. And VerrMaj and VerrNum are CapsLock and NumLock respectively (from
verr[ouillage] = locking). On my copy of SeaMonkey, Ctrl+Shift+T
triggers a Duplicate Tab operation (Note: Duplicate Tab is one of my
installed extensions).


Sounds like the extension is bad by overriding the SeaMonkey setting for
this key combination.

Robert Kaiser


I guess I could change this (if it annoyed me badly enough) by means of 
the keyconfig extension (which is also installed here); but in practice 
I don't need these keyboard shortcuts. Stéphane might want to do it, though.


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Re: When will SM2 come out?

2009-02-08 Thread Tony Mechelynck

On 08/02/09 09:46, Jens Hatlak wrote:

Tony Mechelynck wrote:

On 05/02/09 00:22, Jens Hatlak wrote:

Stéphane Grégoire wrote:

The only thing which is boring is the Ctrl Maj T doesn't work.


If you mean Ctrl+Shift+T (Undo Close Tab), that should work. At least it
does here, but I have to admit that I'm using a current nightly build
rather than an Alpha. Alpha 3 is expected in a few weeks, though. Stay
tuned. :-)


Yeah, Maj[uscule] (meaning upper-case) is the French name of the Shift
key. And VerrMaj and VerrNum are CapsLock and NumLock respectively
(from verr[ouillage] = locking). On my copy of SeaMonkey, Ctrl+Shift+T
triggers a Duplicate Tab operation (Note: Duplicate Tab is one of my
installed extensions).


I also have Duplicate Tab installed, though only in SM 1.1.x. I used
KeyConfig to reclaim Ctrl+Shift+T for Undo Close Tab (the extension) and
set Duplicate Tab to Ctrl+Alt+Shift+Tab (admitted, I use it much less
than Undo Close Tab). KeyConfig also works with SM2 nightlies (I have
compatibility checking off, don't know if that's needed for this
extension) so the same should be possible there. I just used it to
unbind Ctrl+M from Stylish (since the general request [1] shows no
progress).


I have keyconfig; it claims support of Toolkit 1.9a8 to 1.9.0.3, which 
means a compatibility override is needed in current nightlies (built 
upon Gecko 1.9.1b3pre). But it works, I have used it for other 
keystrokes, e.g. programming GoToInbox and GoToJunk functions in the 
mailer (it's of course trickier when the function doesn't preexist).




[1] http://forum.userstyles.org/comments.php?DiscussionID=2180

HTH

Jens



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Re: When will SM2 come out?

2009-02-05 Thread Jens Hatlak

Stéphane Grégoire wrote:

The only thing which is boring is the Ctrl Maj T doesn't work.


If you mean Ctrl+Shift+T (Undo Close Tab), that should work. At least it 
does here, but I have to admit that I'm using a current nightly build 
rather than an Alpha. Alpha 3 is expected in a few weeks, though. Stay 
tuned. :-)


Greetings,

Jens

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Re: When will SM2 come out?

2009-02-04 Thread Stéphane Grégoire

Hi,

Bill Davidsen a tapoté, le 01.02.2009 21:45:


Yes, absolutely. Being able to handle RSS feeds in a sensible way is of
great value, I can put all my NNTP and RSS in one place and not have to
fight with multiple applications.



Seamonkey 2.0 a2 work fine for me.

I only have to kill it sometimes (every two days) (some directories in 
my mail folder cannot be open after the kill they can be open).


The only thing which is boring is the Ctrl Maj T doesn't work.

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Re: When will SM2 come out?

2009-02-02 Thread John Boyle
AK wrote:
 So, when will new version of Seamonkey come out officially?
To all: The final version SM2 will come out, when the developers feel it
is ready! I, despite some sharp words, agree with them on that!!! There
are to many programs, free or paid for, that really should NOT have seen
the light of day, for at least several months more before calling it the
final release version, that is for sure! :-)
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Re: When will SM2 come out?

2009-02-01 Thread Jesús Guerrero

El Dom, 1 de Febrero de 2009, 5:04, JD escribió:
 AK wrote:
 Sometimes the web pages SM1 can't habdle or handle are not the fault of
 SM but are some other problem with the web page. Do you have any links
 to web pages you have problems with using SM?

Sometimes.

Some others it's seamonkey's fault. 2.x will render correctly
nested floated divs, where 1.x will fail. For example here:

I made this web and it display correctly in all the browsers
I tested, except seamonkey 1.x, (and firefox 2.x, which is to be
expected).

http://www.yobonobo.es/audio.php

The problem is in the songs table if you scroll down, which is
not a table, but a set of nested divs which are floated. SM 1.x
seems to float them in an absolute manner, instead of floating
them as relative to the previous div level which is the way it
should be, and the way that all the rest of browsers works.

SM 2.x correct this behavior as firefox 3.x does also. I'd like
to see a fix for this in SM 1.x, but since it's a gecko thing
I am not sure if that's even possible. However, this is just a
minor annoyance.

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Re: When will SM2 come out?

2009-02-01 Thread Bill Davidsen

Jens Hatlak wrote:

John Doue wrote:

AK wrote:

So, when will new version of Seamonkey come out officially?


Have you tested the Beta version?


There is no Beta version. ;-) Alpha 2 was released in December 2008, 
Alpha 3 is expected for mid/end February. Beta 1 (the only Beta planned) 
will follow some time later.


The current version has identified itself as 2.0a3pre for some time, and I'm 
happy enough with it to run it as the only version on several machines.


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Re: When will SM2 come out?

2009-02-01 Thread Bill Davidsen

Ray_Net wrote:

AK wrote:

So, when will new version of Seamonkey come out officially?


Do you need so urgently SM2 ? :-)


Yes, absolutely. Being able to handle RSS feeds in a sensible way is of great 
value, I can put all my NNTP and RSS in one place and not have to fight with 
multiple applications.


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Re: When will SM2 come out?

2009-02-01 Thread Ray_Net

Bill Davidsen wrote:

Ray_Net wrote:

AK wrote:

So, when will new version of Seamonkey come out officially?


Do you need so urgently SM2 ? :-)


Yes, absolutely. Being able to handle RSS feeds in a sensible way is of 
great value, I can put all my NNTP and RSS in one place and not have to 
fight with multiple applications.




I have http://www.feedreader.com/  and very happy with it ...

Now i am searching for a good freeware email-client (one who can split a 
distribution list into each e-mails)

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Re: When will SM2 come out?

2009-02-01 Thread Jesús Guerrero




El Lun, 2 de Febrero de 2009, 1:10, Ray_Net escribió:
 Bill Davidsen wrote:

 Now i am searching for a good freeware email-client (one who can split a
 distribution list into each e-mails)

I guess this is offtopic, anyway...

If your mail server supports imap and you have a web server available
to you (or you don't mind running one on your machine) you can use
squirrelmail and access it using any regular web browser.

Other than that you have sylpheed and many others probably.

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Re: When will SM2 come out?

2009-01-31 Thread Robert Kaiser

AK wrote:

So, when will new version of Seamonkey come out officially?


When we have put all things in it we want it to have and it's stable 
enough. We call that when it's ready.
To be more clear: Not before Firefox 3.1 and Thunderbird 3.0, as we 
share common code with those and that code also needs to be stable 
enough - oh, and they don't tell any dates for their releases as well.


Our plan is to have it finished in the second quarter of 2009, but we 
depend on the work, on shared code and on enough people helping to get 
it done.


Robert Kaiser
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Re: When will SM2 come out?

2009-01-31 Thread Ray_Net

AK wrote:

So, when will new version of Seamonkey come out officially?


Do you need so urgently SM2 ? :-)
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Re: When will SM2 come out?

2009-01-31 Thread John Doue

AK wrote:

So, when will new version of Seamonkey come out officially?


Have you tested the Beta version?

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Re: When will SM2 come out?

2009-01-31 Thread Jens Hatlak

John Doue wrote:

AK wrote:

So, when will new version of Seamonkey come out officially?


Have you tested the Beta version?


There is no Beta version. ;-) Alpha 2 was released in December 2008, 
Alpha 3 is expected for mid/end February. Beta 1 (the only Beta planned) 
will follow some time later.


HTH

Jens

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Re: When will SM2 come out?

2009-01-31 Thread JD

AK wrote:

Jens Hatlak wrote:

John Doue wrote:

AK wrote:

So, when will new version of Seamonkey come out officially?


Have you tested the Beta version?


There is no Beta version. ;-) Alpha 2 was released in December 2008, 
Alpha 3 is expected for mid/end February. Beta 1 (the only Beta 
planned) will follow some time later.


HTH

Jens




Ok, i will be waiting for beta version to come out first.
I've tried Alpha 1 but had interface display problem so I have come back 
to SM1 again. SM 1 is working ok but sometimes won't habdle some of the 
websites.

Thanks for info though.

AK


Sometimes the web pages SM1 can't habdle or handle are not the fault of 
SM but are some other problem with the web page. Do you have any links 
to web pages you have problems with using SM?


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