Tobias Fischer wrote:
On 03.08.2009 02:47, u...@domain.invalid wrote:
Martin Feitag wrote:
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
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.
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
This may be the "aha" moment. Thanks ever so much for your clue. I'll
try it, and will let you know if I succeeded. It is frustrating to have
an advanced degree, speak 6 languages, and not be able to speak Windows.
Thanks for the new suggestion. I followed the directions in the link,
and found the profile folder, and the abook. I dragged the isolated
narrative old address book to that icon, and it "took" as its MB count
went up appropriately. However, when I then turned SeaMonkey on again,
and clicked on its address book, it still had only 39 addresses. I don't
know where the old plus new ones are hiding now, but I sure wish that
they would go to my SeaMonkey's address book icon, so that I could use
them. They represent about 10 years of addresses, and I really need hem.
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