cmcadams wrote on 16-04-18 08:36:
"THAT should be our default UA string" but the SeaMonkey developpers
will NEVER accept this fact ... they are in their ivory-tower.
Ed Mullen wrote on 15-04-18 17:16:
On 4/15/2018 at 2:22 AM, Mozilla User created this epitome of
Webmasters are not interested about SeaMonkey .. they ignore it and
did not care about it.
First YouTube, then YahooMail, now I will soon no longer be able to
track my packages through USPS using SeaMonkey.
When on the USPS using SeaMonkey, I get this message:
Alert: As of April 30, USPS.com will no longer support outdated
browsers. To continue access, you may need to upgrade your browser.
Read more ›
I guess years of using the Mozilla Browser, and then SeaMonkey are
about to come to an end. I loved the idea of it and have been a
loyal user for about 15 years, but now I guess I need to switch to
FireFox. It's just a pain in the neck to keep switching between
browsers for certain websites. I like having one browser for
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Add this to your prefs.js file with SM closed:
(Windows NT 10.0; Win64; x64; rv:50.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/50.0");
That way you'll still be reporting as SeaMonkey on all other sites
which is good as it lets site owners know about SeaMoney.
My experience too. I'd point webmasters to someplace like
geckoisgecko.org and they couldn't possibly have cared less.
What features does Seamonkey possess, precisely, that make it
NECESSARY to tell them that it's Seamonkey, and not Firefox? If none,
then it's just causing a lot of unnecessary trouble. The job of the UA
string becomes to get our users in the door, and nothing else.
So, what is the latest FF version that SM can cover without technical
hiccups? THAT should be our default UA string.
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