On Jul 8, 3:52 pm, Jim S <j...@jimxscott.co.uk> wrote:
> On Wed, 08 Jul 2009 15:05:54 -0400, Bill Davidsen wrote:
> > Jim S wrote:
> >> On Tue, 30 Jun 2009 13:34:10 -0700 (PDT),JimmyLeewrote:
> >>> Hello all. I am aSeaMonkeyuser since day 1.  Just recently started
> >>> biting me in the buttocks with v2.
> >>> Is it possible to go back to version 1.x ofSeaMonkey? I upgraded to
> >>> v2 but it is just not working for me.  Constant crashes and I push the
> >>> button to report it.  The email notifies me of new mail, but won't
> >>> raise the window to the top when I click on the new mail
> >>> notification.  The columns available in mail are not customizable as
> >>> before. I can't see the size or account for emails in the Global
> >>> Inbox.  I was trying to live with these shortcomings as I thought new
> >>> releases would come faster.  Great product, but I prefer the stability
> >>> of the 1.x version even if it isn't all I want.  Can I go back to 1.x?
> >>> Any data that needs to converted from 2.x format back to 1.x format?
> >>> Thanks.
> >> I just uninstalled v2 and installed 1.1.16. It picked up theold  stuff from
> >> the profile ok.
> > You mean it picked stuff from the old profile, I assume. Stuff you changed 
> > will
> > be lost (or at least mine were).
> Ay!
> Personally I'm a bit schizoid about the whole FF/ SM thing.
> I cannot see the difference between the FF/Tbird combination and SM on its
> own yet I know that if  SM worked as well as the FF/TB combination I would
> opt for SM. However even though SM will by definition always lag behind I
> cannot resist playing with it, but I did find V2 a step too far as it
> currently stands.
> --
> Jim S
>         Tyneside UK
>      www.jimscott.co.uk

I will try the next release of V2. For now, V1 does enough. I miss the
tabs automatically reloading on the next startup, but I can live
without it for now.  What's weird now is clicking on links in emails
will not automatically raise SeaMonkey to the top. I can live with
that too. Also, going back to v1 meant recreating any new message
filters and accounts that had been created in V2. I love the product
regardless! I am impressed that V2 didn't destroy what V1 already had
in place. If other products in Alpha could get that concept down the
world would be a much better place! Thanks and keep up the good work
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