Unable to acces a site which contain an image

Per example,
With FireFox when you do a search using GOOGLE - images of "wild duck" - 
you have on your screen a lot of images.
when you click on one of them .. two results:
- first result: the image is selected.
- second result: on the right side of the screen you have some kind of 
pop-up showing some interesting information with the NAME of the SITE 
who contain this image. If you click on this name which is a link .. you 
are redirected to the site containing the "selected" image.

With SeaMonkey you never have the second result.

You may see what I am talking about by looking on my FireFox SCREEN-COPY 
:at http://home.scarlet.be/~pin10521/WITH-FIREFOX.JPG
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Ray_Net
8/12/2019 10:47:50 PM
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Ray_Net wrote:
> Per example,
> With FireFox when you do a search using GOOGLE - images of "wild duck" -
> you have on your screen a lot of images.
> when you click on one of them .. two results:
> - first result: the image is selected.
> - second result: on the right side of the screen you have some kind of
> pop-up showing some interesting information with the NAME of the SITE
> who contain this image. If you click on this name which is a link .. you
> are redirected to the site containing the "selected" image.
>
> With SeaMonkey you never have the second result.
>
> You may see what I am talking about by looking on my FireFox SCREEN-COPY
> :at http://home.scarlet.be/~pin10521/WITH-FIREFOX.JPG

Mine works ok.  Check your pop up blockers.
$49.99 is rather expensive for a frozen duck.

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Paul
8/12/2019 11:45:52 PM
Paul in Houston, TX wrote on 13-08-19 01:45:
> Ray_Net wrote:
>> Per example,
>> With FireFox when you do a search using GOOGLE - images of "wild duck" -
>> you have on your screen a lot of images.
>> when you click on one of them .. two results:
>> - first result: the image is selected.
>> - second result: on the right side of the screen you have some kind of
>> pop-up showing some interesting information with the NAME of the SITE
>> who contain this image. If you click on this name which is a link .. you
>> are redirected to the site containing the "selected" image.
>>
>> With SeaMonkey you never have the second result.
>>
>> You may see what I am talking about by looking on my FireFox SCREEN-COPY
>> :at http://home.scarlet.be/~pin10521/WITH-FIREFOX.JPG
>
> Mine works ok.  Check your pop up blockers.
I have played with:
- Block Unrequested popup windows checked/uncheked
- privacy.popup.remove_blacklist false/true
- ALLOW popup for the specific site google.com
AND all those tests did not correct the problem.
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Ray_Net
8/13/2019 3:33:59 PM
Ray_Net wrote on 13-08-19 17:33:
> Paul in Houston, TX wrote on 13-08-19 01:45:
>> Ray_Net wrote:
>>> Per example,
>>> With FireFox when you do a search using GOOGLE - images of "wild 
>>> duck" -
>>> you have on your screen a lot of images.
>>> when you click on one of them .. two results:
>>> - first result: the image is selected.
>>> - second result: on the right side of the screen you have some kind of
>>> pop-up showing some interesting information with the NAME of the SITE
>>> who contain this image. If you click on this name which is a link .. 
>>> you
>>> are redirected to the site containing the "selected" image.
>>>
>>> With SeaMonkey you never have the second result.
>>>
>>> You may see what I am talking about by looking on my FireFox 
>>> SCREEN-COPY
>>> :at http://home.scarlet.be/~pin10521/WITH-FIREFOX.JPG
>>
>> Mine works ok.  Check your pop up blockers.
> I have played with:
> - Block Unrequested popup windows checked/uncheked
> - privacy.popup.remove_blacklist false/true
> - ALLOW popup for the specific site google.com
> AND all those tests did not correct the problem.
BUG SUBMITTED: https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1573680
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Ray_Net
8/13/2019 9:49:39 PM
On 8/13/19 5:49 PM, Ray_Net wrote:
> BUG SUBMITTED: https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1573680

Commented <https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1573680#c1>

Anybody else see two vertical scroll bars on the right side of the 
window in their SeaMonkey?

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WaltS48
8/13/2019 10:52:38 PM
WaltS48:

>Anybody else see two vertical scroll bars on the right side of the 
>window in their SeaMonkey?

Depends. *g*

Dependent on the state of 'Advertise Firefox compatibility' I am getting
different results. Yours with the two scroll bars appears when using
'Advertise'.

Even the content of the search window after calling google is different
regarding 'Advertise'.

Hartmut
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Hartmut
8/14/2019 3:34:23 AM
Ray_Net wrote:
> Per example,
> With FireFox when you do a search using GOOGLE - images of "wild duck" - 
> you have on your screen a lot of images.
> when you click on one of them .. two results:
> - first result: the image is selected.
> - second result: on the right side of the screen you have some kind of 
> pop-up showing some interesting information with the NAME of the SITE 
> who contain this image. If you click on this name which is a link .. you 
> are redirected to the site containing the "selected" image.
> 
> With SeaMonkey you never have the second result.
> 
> You may see what I am talking about by looking on my FireFox SCREEN-COPY 
> :at http://home.scarlet.be/~pin10521/WITH-FIREFOX.JPG

My usual practice is to right-click the image and choose "Open link in 
new window," which preserves the search results in case this particular 
result doesn't turn out to be what I want. I can close the bad result 
and choose another without having to repeat the search or wait for SM to 
render the cached window if I click the "back" button.

In this case, opening the link in a new window provides all the data you 
wanted.

-- 
War doesn't determine who's right, just who's left.
--
Paul B. Gallagher

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Paul
8/14/2019 3:50:33 AM
Paul B. Gallagher wrote on 14-08-19 05:50:
> Ray_Net wrote:
>> Per example,
>> With FireFox when you do a search using GOOGLE - images of "wild 
>> duck" - you have on your screen a lot of images.
>> when you click on one of them .. two results:
>> - first result: the image is selected.
>> - second result: on the right side of the screen you have some kind 
>> of pop-up showing some interesting information with the NAME of the 
>> SITE who contain this image. If you click on this name which is a 
>> link .. you are redirected to the site containing the "selected" image.
>>
>> With SeaMonkey you never have the second result.
>>
>> You may see what I am talking about by looking on my FireFox 
>> SCREEN-COPY :at http://home.scarlet.be/~pin10521/WITH-FIREFOX.JPG
>
> My usual practice is to right-click the image and choose "Open link in 
> new window," which preserves the search results in case this 
> particular result doesn't turn out to be what I want. I can close the 
> bad result and choose another without having to repeat the search or 
> wait for SM to render the cached window if I click the "back" button.
>
> In this case, opening the link in a new window provides all the data 
> you wanted.
>
You got the detour ... thanks !
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Ray_Net
8/14/2019 6:14:25 AM
Hi,

please see
<https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=3D1573680#c3>

Best regards

Rainer

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Rainer
8/14/2019 9:11:12 AM
Ray_Net wrote on 14-08-19 08:14:
> Paul B. Gallagher wrote on 14-08-19 05:50:
>> Ray_Net wrote:
>>> Per example,
>>> With FireFox when you do a search using GOOGLE - images of "wild 
>>> duck" - you have on your screen a lot of images.
>>> when you click on one of them .. two results:
>>> - first result: the image is selected.
>>> - second result: on the right side of the screen you have some kind 
>>> of pop-up showing some interesting information with the NAME of the 
>>> SITE who contain this image. If you click on this name which is a 
>>> link .. you are redirected to the site containing the "selected" image.
>>>
>>> With SeaMonkey you never have the second result.
>>>
>>> You may see what I am talking about by looking on my FireFox 
>>> SCREEN-COPY :at http://home.scarlet.be/~pin10521/WITH-FIREFOX.JPG
>>
>> My usual practice is to right-click the image and choose "Open link 
>> in new window," which preserves the search results in case this 
>> particular result doesn't turn out to be what I want. I can close the 
>> bad result and choose another without having to repeat the search or 
>> wait for SM to render the cached window if I click the "back" button.
>>
>> In this case, opening the link in a new window provides all the data 
>> you wanted.
>>
> You got the detour ... thanks !
Sorry .. you tell me the "workaround" .... :-)
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Ray_Net
8/14/2019 10:44:20 AM
Rainer Bielefeld wrote on 14-08-19 11:11:
> Hi,
>
> please see
> <https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1573680#c3>
>

in user.js ...
user_pref("general.useragent.override.google.com", "Mozilla/5.0 (Windows 
NT 6.1; WOW64; rv:67.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/67.0");
did not correct the problem.
But Paul B. Gallagher find a workaround ---> right-click on the image 
and then "open link in new windows"

My bug IS NOT a duplicate of bug: 1508152
because the google input box is correct ... I have a nother problem (see 
description above)
SOMEONE CLOSED my bug whch is different ...
https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1573680   must be re-opened ...

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Ray_Net
8/14/2019 10:55:32 AM
On 8/14/19 6:55 AM, Ray_Net wrote:
> Rainer Bielefeld wrote on 14-08-19 11:11:
>> Hi,
>>
>> please see
>> <https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1573680#c3>
>>
> 
> in user.js ...
> user_pref("general.useragent.override.google.com", "Mozilla/5.0 (Windows 
> NT 6.1; WOW64; rv:67.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/67.0");
> did not correct the problem.
> But Paul B. Gallagher find a workaround ---> right-click on the image 
> and then "open link in new windows"
> 
> My bug IS NOT a duplicate of bug: 1508152
> because the google input box is correct ... I have a nother problem (see 
> description above)
> SOMEONE CLOSED my bug whch is different ...
> https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1573680   must be re-opened 
> ...
> 

No, you must try all standard test procedures before filing a bug 
report. You have been around long enough to know that.

Does it work in safe mode? If not did you try a test profile?

I have no problem with the site using SeaMonkey 2.49.4 on Windows 10 or 
Linux. I only have AdBlock Plus as the only added extension and it is 
active. The default user agent string advertising Firefox compatibility 
and I think Lightning compatibility. I forgot to check that, but since I 
run it with default settings it probably is enabled.

-- 
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https://www.thunderbird.net/en-US/get-involved/

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WaltS48
8/14/2019 12:46:13 PM
WaltS48 wrote on 14-08-19 14:46:
> On 8/14/19 6:55 AM, Ray_Net wrote:
>> Rainer Bielefeld wrote on 14-08-19 11:11:
>>> Hi,
>>>
>>> please see
>>> <https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1573680#c3>
>>>
>>
>> in user.js ...
>> user_pref("general.useragent.override.google.com", "Mozilla/5.0 
>> (Windows NT 6.1; WOW64; rv:67.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/67.0");
>> did not correct the problem.
>> But Paul B. Gallagher find a workaround ---> right-click on the image 
>> and then "open link in new windows"
>>
>> My bug IS NOT a duplicate of bug: 1508152
>> because the google input box is correct ... I have a nother problem 
>> (see description above)
>> SOMEONE CLOSED my bug whch is different ...
>> https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1573680 must be 
>> re-opened ...
>>
>
> No, you must try all standard test procedures before filing a bug 
> report. You have been around long enough to know that.
>
Certainly, but the two problems are not the same.
The user.js string I give was just a test. I also use AdBlockPlus and 
advertise firefox compatibility  ..
So I agree that someone close my problem because I have not done all the 
"standard" test procedures.
Last time I tried Safe-Mode - ...when returning to normal mode ... I 
discovered that SM had changed some options. I don't remember which ones 
and I am not sure that other options were changed due to the fact that I 
had worked in Safe-Mode. So I am very reluctant to use Safe-Mode again.
I did not agree that my bug is closed by the reason of duplicate - when 
this is not a duplicate. If it's a duplicate, I must have the two bugs 
together .. but in this case I have my bug without having the oter one.
Anyway Paul give me a viable workaround .. so now I don't care about my 
bug  anymore....
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Ray_Net
8/14/2019 3:19:49 PM

Ray_Net wrote:
> WaltS48 wrote on 14-08-19 14:46:
>> On 8/14/19 6:55 AM, Ray_Net wrote:
>>> Rainer Bielefeld wrote on 14-08-19 11:11:
>>>> Hi,
>>>>
>>>> please see
>>>> <https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1573680#c3>
>>>>
>>>
> Certainly, but the two problems are not the same.

....
 > I did not agree that my bug is closed by the reason of duplicate - when this
 > is not a duplicate. If it's a duplicate, I must have the two bugs together ..
 > but in this case I have my bug without having the oter one.
 > Anyway Paul give me a viable workaround .. so now I don't care about my bug
 > anymore....

No but they are caused by the same problem. Google serving goblygock web 
content to SeaMonkey for whatever reason. If not duplicate the bug can be 
close as worksforme or invalid. It can not be fixed in 2.49.x. Also 2.49.1 is 
outdated. Before filing a bug please verify with the latest available version. 
Currently either 2.49.4 or 2.49.5 RC2. Or Bill sunofficial 2.49.5 or 2.53.

The best option for goolge, facebook and the other corporate ilk sites who 
don't care about web standards is currently 2.53.

FRG

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Frank
8/15/2019 4:35:37 PM
Frank-Rainer Grahl wrote on 16/08/2019 2:35 AM:
  <Snip>

> .... 2.49.5 RC2. Or Bill sunofficial 2.49.5 or 2.53.

Hmm!! So now Bill has the authority of the Sun, does he?? :-P

Man Oh Man!! I best keep on his good side ... or is that his dark side?? ;-P

-- 
Daniel

User agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; WOW64; rv:52.0) Gecko/20100101 
SeaMonkey/2.49.1 Build identifier: 20171016030418
or
User agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; WOW64; rv:52.0) Gecko/20100101 
SeaMonkey/2.49.5 Build identifier: 20190609032134

User agent: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; Linux x86_64; rv:52.0) Gecko/20100101 
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Daniel
8/17/2019 4:02:22 AM
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