Importing Seamonkey to Seamonkey.
I'm sure it's simple. but I can't figure out how to import all
settings, address book, bookmarks. accounts from one drive to another
on the same Mac. I'm switching boot from one drive to another. Can you
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John Sipos wrote:
> I'm sure it's simple. but I can't figure out how to import all settings,
> address book, bookmarks. accounts from one drive to another on the same
> Mac. I'm switching boot from one drive to another. Can you help? Thanks.
> John Sipos
Name: Robert Nolan
Product: Other (please state)
SeaMonkey does not give me the option to import bookmarks from Opera.
Bugzilla does not let me log in to submit comments like this.
Browser Details: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:1.8) Gecko/20051219 SeaMonkey/1.0b
I am trying to build a new website with SeaMonkey.
All has worked well and I have built 15 pages, however, I have started to
see that sometimes when I open some pages, there are several images that
have disappeared from their relevant box.
This problem seems to have started, after being advised to have all my
images in the html folder in SeaMonkey, so I dragged them over from my file
in my computer and dropped them into the same file as my web pages.
Now sometimes I have a full page of images (Photos) and sometimes a number
of them are missing.
Please help me.
ckeck if can reply
> jim wrote:
> ckeck if can reply
That's ok, Jim, this is what the test group if for....conducting tests.
When/If you find you are having problems, go to the
mozilla.support.seamonkey group and ask for help!
Seasons greeting, one and all....
and may next year be a better one!
> jim wrote:
>> jim wrote:
>> ckeck if can reply
> That's ok, Jim, this is what the test group if for....conducting tests.
Name: Colin Peel
Product: Other (please state)
This latest build is fast, relatively reliable (it gets bogged down on
occasions, but less often).
On the other hand, it's nuts. You ask it to suppress an article, and it
tries to download it.
Browser Details: Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; U; PPC Mac OS X Mach-O; en-US; rv:1.9a1) Gecko/20060130 SeaMonkey/1.5a
...Bookmarks: XP Seamonkey to Vista Seamonkey
I'm thoroughly confused
Have copied the requisite XP file:
C\Documents and Settings\Owner\Application
onto a thumbdrive.
Installed thumbdrive in new Vista PC.
PC sees file. Transferred file.
Seamonkey does not see file in current location.
Should I be doing an import with Seamonkey directly from the thumb
I can't even find the proper place for Owner file, and security says I
can't get into Application data file, even though I am the
Administrator and the sole user of the PC.
Where does Vista/Seamonkey think this fil...Seamonkey trunk versus Seamonkey branch nightlies
On the ftp site, are there different Seamonkeys try out, for ex.
Seamonkey trunk versus Seamonkey branch? Or are they all trunk? Assuming
they are mostly trunk nightlies, has the SM trunk been branched at all
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On mailWindowOverlay.xul, Bob w...Seamonkey?
On my desktop I use Thunderbird and Firefox and am quite happy with
them. Recently I read "something" about Seamonkey.
Would Seamonkey be any improvement?
Now, on the other hand, on my laptop I'm still using Netscape 7.2--and
have many many e-mail folders there.
Again which would be the best to transfer to? Seamonkey or
On Sat, 15 Jul 2006 19:35:58 GMT, Mahlon Wagner wrote:
> On my desktop I use Thunderbird and Firefox and am quite happy with
> them. Recently I read "something" about Seamonkey.
Deo L. Witt, Jr. wrote:
thats nice, but what are you talking about?
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Peter Potamus & His Magic Flying Balloon:
Some time ago someone on this newsgroup kindly told me about XUL Runner
I've just had another quick look at the page I just referred to: seems
to be no mention of making XUL Runner a core technology for Firefox and
If XUL Runner did become a core technology for Firefox and Thunderbird
then the people using these programs would only need one Gecko runtime
loaded into memory no matter how many XUL+XPCOM(*) applications they're
So wouldn't that be just about it for the Seamonkey p...Seamonkey????
I convinced someone to let me put the suite on her Win machine. Well,
no good deed goes unpunished. I started getting emails and phone
calls about her "battle with the dragon". During one such call I told
her the dragon had been replaced by a seamonkey. She said "what's
that?" I said brine shrimp. "BRINE SHRIMP?????"
I think most people think fish food.
Ray Davison wrote:
> I convinced someone to let me put the suite on her Win machine. Well,
> no good deed goes unpunished. I started getting emails and phone calls