Arne wrote:
Jay Garcia wrote:
On 24.09.2009 07:03, Arne wrote:

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Jay Garcia wrote:
On 24.09.2009 00:38, mozzi wrote:

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JeffM wrote:
mozzi wrote:
when I go to edit a HTML file,
it opens the browser which is NOT what I want at all.

What *exactly* have you done to get to that point?

Well, basically Seamonkey ultimately can do what a program such as
Dreamweaver couldn't do a decade ago and I want to be able to use
it as a standalone HTML/CSS editor, in the same way I'd like to use
the Mail client, as it's better than TB for newsgroups at least and
the browser is very stable although lean on features like Flock for
example but that's ok since I'm mainly interested at this time in
just creating a webpage.

Use Kompozer based/sourced from Mozilla's composer:

Only that the url to Kompozer is ;)

There is a link to Kompozer on the NVU site, did you care to look? ;-)

Yeah, but since Kompozer has it's own site, why nog give the url to that
directly? ;)

Thanks Guys,

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