I just updated and as far as I can see the entire old Seamonkey is gone
[overwritten] just like the Seamonkey site tells you it's going to be.
I just wondered where you got the idea that it wouldn't do what they
specifically tell you it _will_ do. Perhaps in a Beta???
Anyway, clicking on my old shortcut to Seamonkey 1.x now loads Seamonkey
2.0 and I don't see the old one anywhere. It's probably not a good idea
to keep telling people they'll still have the old version to fall back
on when the download page tells you that you won't. Maybe if you
installed it in some other location???
I'm using Vista Home Basic 64 bit.
Date: Tue, 27 Oct 2009 21:44:07 -0400
From: Leonidas Jones<leonidasjo...@netscape.net>
Subject: Re: Subject: Re: Where To Install SM2..
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> Then why is this note on the Seamonkey page under Installation?
>> Please note that installing SeaMonkey 2.0 will overwrite your existing
>> installation of SeaMonkey. You won't lose any of your bookmarks,
>> browsing history or mail and news messages, but some of your
>> extensions and other add-ons might not work until updates for them are
>> made available.
>> First of all, even if you install SM 2.0 in the default location, it
>> will not overwrite the existing SM 1.1.x. It installs to its own
>> location, and sets up a new profile in a new location. As long as you
>> do not uninstall SM 1.1.x, you cn easily run the two independently of
>> each other.
Well, all I can say is that installing 2.0 on Win XP SP3 installed to a
separate SeaMonkey folder in Program Files, leaving 1.1.14 untouched in
the mozilla.org folder.
On the other hand, on Mac OS X, I installed it as instructed to
Applications, which did overwrite 1.1.18.
At least that is what happened to me.
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