On 04/10/09 16:23, Michael Gordon wrote:
> Mark Hansen replied On 4/10/2009 11:16 AM
>> On 04/10/09 09:07, Michael Gordon wrote:
>>> Raylee Cooper replied On 4/10/2009 10:17 AM
>>>> Hi,
>>>> I have just upgraded to Seamonkey.  I have enabled javascript, ticked 
>>>> every box in the edit section of the browser window.  But I'm still 
>>>> unable to view most pages, and more often than not, get a message on the 
>>>> pages I open saying I need to enable javascript.  So, I go back up to 
>>>> edit, preferences, then advanced to check the settings, it's still 
>>>> enabled and I still can't view the page. Do you know why this is 
>>>> happening?  I really like Seamonkey and I'd hate to have to revert back 
>>>> to my old browser because this one doesn't work properly.
>>>> Thanks, Raye
>>> Raye,
>>> When you installed SeaMonkey did you enable "Quick Launch", it places an 
>>> icon in your System Taskbar nest to the clock.
>>> If Quick Launch is enabled then you have to close SeaMonkey down 
>>> completely, including Quick Launch,  QL keeps some parts of SM in memory 
>>> to quickly launch the SM application, and this may be preventing you 
>>> form seeing your web pages with JavaScript.
>>> Michael
>> Are you sure you have to restart SeaMonkey in order for the Enable JavaScript
>> option to be recognized? I've never had to do that.
> Only if he had Quick Launch enabled and turned it off.
> Michael

The OP was talking about enabling Java Script. I've been able to enable
and disable Java Script and have it affect the web page (after re-loading
the page) without stopping/restarting SeaMonkey.
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