Arnie Goetchius wrote:
Martin Feitag wrote:
That fact you have your profile on the D: drive will, apparently, become
irrelevant on SM2. According to Robert Kaiser's "Uninstallation"
instructions, it states that the profile(s) in SM2, where SM2 stores
your data, are located (for Windows XP)
On 08/03/2009 03:15 PM, Arnie Goetchius wrote:
Martin Feitag wrote:
Yes, I did try that, many times. It worked once but after the first
time, it sends me directly to the Profile Manager. It no longer gets
me to the Import Wizard no matter what I try.
I uninstalled and installed many times all weekend and today but was
never able to get it to prompt me for the import wizard. It always
straight to the Profile Manager. Of course I can add all 8 profiles
there manually but that sucks. Each profile has it's own in-box and
So have you tried to use
"C:\Program Files\SeaMonkey\seamonkey.exe" -P "SM2profile" -migration
What does 'Tools|Import' bring up? That should bring up the import
wizard. If it does not show the other profiles, then the issue is that
you have them on 'F' and SM most likely doesn't know how to go and find
Seamonkey should look where the profile is by looking where SM1 stored
the profile not by guessing the location to the default one.
I always have my profile on a D: drive and the migration found it, too.
(although I hve to admit I didn't start the migration wizard manually to
import several profiles like that)
Documents and Settings\<UserName>\Application Data\Mozilla\SeaMonkey.
In my installation, all of the data from SM1 was copied to this new
profile location on the C: partition. Since I wasn't prepared for this,
my C: partition ran out of room part way through the installation. A lot
of what should have been transferred was not. No doubt this has caused
many of the other problems I have been having getting this going. I had
to do a repair installation of Windows XP and re-partition my C
partition to add about 4 GB to accommodate SM2 and all of the email
imported from my F: partition.
If I can't get SM2 to recognize
Documents and Settings\<UserName>\Application Data\Mozilla\SeaMonkey
on another partition, I doubt that I will ever use SM2. As a general
rule, I don't like to put anything on the C: partition except the OS and
it doesn't look like SM2 will let me do that.
Please, anybody, correct me if I am wrong.
Arne, I'm guessing that if YOU want YOUR profile where YOU want it, YOU
will have to do a custom installation each time YOU upgrade.
I've (almost) always had my profile where I wanted it, so did Custom
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