On 03.08.2009 02:47, u...@domain.invalid wrote:
> Martin Feitag wrote:
>> u...@domain.invalid schrieb:
>>> Hi Martin,
>>> After copying, I cannot paste anything into SeaMonkey, nor into its
>>> address book, with SeaMonkey off as you suggested. Sometimes the paste
>>> icon is grayed out, and sometimes it is not; it seems to make no
>>> difference. So, the abook. is sitting out there, and I cannot get it to
>>> move to the SeaMonkey's address book.
>> Please paste that file into your Seamonkey profile directory, not into
>> the seamonkey program.
>> This is just a normal file-copy-command within windows explorer. So no
>> Seamonkey interaction is needed at that point.
> Hi Martin,
> I cannot find a SeaMonkey Profile Directory, nor a SeaMonkey Profile, on
> several searches of my hard drive. I found a SeaMonkey Manager, but when
> I click on its icon I just get SeaMonkey to open. I did these searches
> with SeaMonkey not running, as per your suggestion.
In Windows 2000 and later Windows-Versions the Directories are hidden by
MS-Default. You have to change this, before you can get easy access to
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