A Williams wrote on 06-03-18 16:12:
I just fall into another case .... there are a big number of sites
refusing to work with SM.
Mr. Ed wrote on 25-02-18 20:49:
On 02/25/18 2:29 PM, Ray_Net wrote:
A Williams wrote on 25-02-18 10:13:
Correct, So what can we do to convince the SM developpers that the
"Advertising firefox compatibility" should put FireFox-version in
final part of the UA string ?
You are aware you can change the UA string yourself? I forget how
but it is
Yes, But that's not the better solution. When this is done by SM
newbies are better served
And If you change the UA string yourself at EVERY upgrade version YOU
it again and again.
Use the add-on "PrefBar" . Enter once and only change it when you
If SM do the job ... I don't need to install another add-on and I don't
need to change the string at every releases ....
You're assuming everyone has this problem.
If Seamonkey stops advertising itself as Seamonkey, its perceived
"market share" drops to zero. Using PrefBar would - presumably - fix
your problem without affecting anyone else.
"Market share" ? Who's care .... not me.
If the UA string ends with FireFox level ... it contains also SM ... But
this solution will be better accepted by the poor coding of a lot os
My last case was telling me that "Your browser is INCOMPATIBLE with the
reservation of a product - please install one of those" .... Where
FireFox was in the list of their "Compatible" browsers.
I sent a mail to their webmaster showing that SM is equivalent with the
FireFox-level present in the UA string; And I ask them to correct thei
So far, so good, but I did not receive a feedback.
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