[25.05.2009 20:28] »RF« wrote:
Also "SM is combining a browser and an email program into one", SM 1.x
doesn't have the Addon-Manager, that starts only with SM2.x .
This FMPOV is a reason for "RF" NOT to move to SM right now ... as long
as the SM2.x is finally released! See his problems with addons below ...
John Doue wrote:
The strong point of SM is combining a browser and an email program
into one, as Netscape and Mozilla Suite did. Some prefer this
approach, some don't.
The latest version of SM (1.1.16) is for me ideal: it combines the
ease of use of TB and the (relative) simplicity of FF2 which I prefer
by fare to FF3's.
The question is: what are your problems with "to cope with the add-ons
and have to change them regularly when the webmail and ypops stop
working." ?? Never heard of such problems/descriptions ...
Maybe you are able to describe the cause of your problem and you find
help how to solve them, BEFORE moving along ;-)
But Roger's point remains: whatever your beef against TB, moving to
SM will not make eliminate its source.
This being said, welcome to the club if you decide to join!
My thanks to all for the responses.
The issues with transferring the accounts is only one of the regular
problems I have had. I have to cope with the add-ons and have to
change them regularly when the webmail and ypops stop working. Is it
the same with the monkey?
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