On 10/14/2009 9:09 AM, David Wilkinson wrote:
> J. Weaver Jr. wrote:
>> Then you will lose at least one customer - my wife, for whom I've been
>> doing the "Browser only" install. She's come to love Seamonkey, but
>> she's been using Outlook as a mail client for umphteen years now, and
>> won't (and shouldn't have to) change.
>> Actually, make that _two_ customers, because if I have to find and
>> support some other browser-only solution for her, then I'll probably
>> change to something else myself, in my never-ending attempt to minimize
>> the number of different apps I have to keep track of around here.
>> Please, PLEASE, reconsider removing the "Browser only" install option.
>> Or please, make sure instructions are available for whatever registry
>> hack (ugh) is required to restore that functionality. -JW
> No offense, but if you only want the browser component, why don't you just
> FireFox? Surely, most people use SeaMonkey precisely because it contains
> browser, mail and news (and now RSS) in a single application.
> Or is it that you use ChatZilla or Composer? I never use those, so they are
> important in my decision to use SeaMonkey.
I don't use Firefox because it has bugs that I don't see in SeaMonkey.
David E. Ross
Go to Mozdev at <http://www.mozdev.org/> for quick access to
extensions for Firefox, Thunderbird, SeaMonkey, and other
Mozilla-related applications. You can access Mozdev much
more quickly than you can Mozilla Add-Ons.
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