Gregory Hicks wrote:
Date: Sun, 26 Apr 2009 09:43:25 -0700
From: Peter Potamus the Purple Hippo
Gregory Hicks wrote:

Recently, SeaMonkey (1.1.16 running on an UltraSPARC 1 under Solaris 9) started showing a relatively large blank area at the bottom of the window. (See attached jpeg image please... If you want a larger image, please let me know. I'll forward one.)

Has anyone else seen this? Or something like it? I've been unable to find anything like it. (Or maybe my Google-foo isn't tuned properly...)

Anyways, for your problem, it sounds like a faulty addon/extension or theme. So try looking here for possible answers:

OK, found that there are TWO cases where the "grey bar below the status
bar" exists.  Unfortunately, they seem to be related to a windoze
install of Firefox.  And neither of the two extensions were installed.

Also, there doesn't seem to be any way, under SeaMonkey to uninstall
add-ons.  (At least, under the Tools -> ... menu options there doesn't
seem to be any...)

However, the fix was to create a new profile.  That got rid of an extra
toolbar (which always showed up as 'minimized' - you know with the
'selector' sideways and the actual toolbar about as wide as the
sideways selector...)

Dunno which one caused the grey bar, but it is gone.


you can uninstall using the extension manager AND the extension uninstaller:

Perhaps one of your extensions needed updating, or if you're using a non-default theme, perhaps its that.

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