Need some help here .
using Mozilla 1.1.18 - Windoze XP SP2
this site I frequently visit underwent a massive changeover, their
entire site was overhauled, so i was expecting some problems.
one that I thinks relates to my mozilla browser, both version 17 and 18
- is my current problem
after I sign in to the site, which doesn't seem to want to remember my
login info, and visit some of their info I get a message from Mozilla
asking for - "SELECT USER - Select a Username to be entered onto this
form" (no qoutes)
underneath this message all I see is "< >" (no qoutes). This site
never asked for a user name before, once you signed on that was it.
my initial sign on info allows me to utilize their site, look at their
various pages of info etc, no problem moving around, but at various
times the User Name message pops up
I then tried FF 3.5.2 to access their site, I signed on, asked that FF
to remember the sign on info (which it did not), I then did the same
type of browsing, and NO User Name question came up
why is Mozilla asking for this User Name ? (while FF doesn't)
I'm guessing you're really talking about SeaMonkey version 1.1.17 & 18,
as I don't think Mozilla Suite got to that level.
Some sites have their log-in windows coded in such a way that does not
allow the info to be saved, but if your site works with Firefox (which
was, officially, Mozilla Firefox. Might just be Firefox now!), then it
should with SeaMonkey, except that some sites are coded to work with the
Firefox Browser but not with SeaMonkey.
There is a work around available, where you add something like "but not
Firefox" (without the quotes) and it fouls the sites that are sniffing,
but I cannot find the line in my "about:config" screen, so cannot tell
you exactly what it is.
I'm sure someone will be by shortly with the correct procedure.
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