Thunderbird 3.0 B3 Stole my default program
Wich is Thunderbird 2.0
When install TB 3.0 is setup the default program against to do nothing
to make it.
Now allways when i press the default email key, TB3.0 is started with
the 2.0 profile, if i quit and start TB 2.0 with the 2.0 profile an go
to the setup the default email i get a warning "is already the default
If i setup TB3.0 the default program and then go to the TB 2.0 and setup
the defaul program is not set to the TB2.0, remains TB3.0
Browsing for the miriad of options, configurations and the windows
register i see the internal name setup for...Building Thunderbird with builtin Calendar Support and a custom default theme
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I'm trying to build a custom package of Thunderbird 1.0.7, with builtin
Mozilla Calendar support and a custom default theme, all this in
Windows. I have a complete environment that supposelly build any Mozilla
tree (cygwin+mingw), and it does for the default source trees indeed.
Then, I downloaded the source code of version 1.0.7, and tryed to build
it with Calendar support, like expl...Can I make Outlook a default email program & still have Winzip use Thunderbird?
I have Thunderbird 126.96.36.199. I also have Microsoft Office 2003, which comes
with Outlook & Word. I would like to keep TB as my default email program,
but here's my problem.
Word will not let me use an Address Book to enter names & addresses onto
letters or envelopes unless Outlook is the default email program. I would
like to have Thunderbird as my default, especially when I use Winzip to zip
& email attachments.
Does anyone know of any registry change I could make to either:
1) Have Outlook as a default, but have Winzip use Thunderbird, or
2) Have...ThunderBird: how do i change default browser for Thunderbird on linux
it doesn't seem to allow me to add a new helper application (no new
helper button, etc)
...Thunderbird updated program and program crashed and is inaccessible
Name: Christina Sever
Summary: Thunderbird updated program and program crashed and is inaccessible
Thunderbird initiated an update of its program, and dialog box said it
couldn't complete installation. The program is inaccessible and
unusable. When I try to open it, I get the error message, nssutil3.dll
If you reply, email me at email@example.com
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From URL: http://he...Thunderbird made itself my default mail after i checked: NOT default
Name: James Cameron
Summary: Thunderbird made itself my default mail after i checked: NOT default
Summary tells it all. PLUS, i would like to transport all the
messages now in Thuderbird, to my original mail ?server. --other mail
handler on my PC user. ( actually, the other user on my PC )
PLEASE, the A N S W E R for your reply, not a formal acknowledgment.
Browser Details: Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows NT 5.1; SV1; .NET CLR 1.1.4322)
...Start the default program file and put it in the window of my own program
How to start the default program file and put it in the window of my own program? Is the function ShellExecute can make this miracle?
> How to start the default program file
> and put it in the window of my own program?
Why? That is very difficult to do properly.
1. because the Win32 API has no concept of a "main" window, so you have to
hunt for it, ShellExecute/Ex() will not give it to you directly.
2. an app may create multiple windows at startup, so how do you identify
the "main" window?
3. reparenting an ...Default Programs?
I went into preferred applications in Gnome on openSUSE 11.3 to change
the default player from that horrid Banshee to Totem. Yet Banshee
continues to be the default program.
I tried a reboot still the same thing bloody Banshee.
Anyone help with this?
"We are what we think.
All that we are arises with our thoughts."
Buddha in The Dhammapada.
Banshee is the default because of
# Prefer banshee for multimedia where possible
In XP if you go to...START...Set Program Access and Defaults....Custom,
you can check a box to indicate your selected default for email,browser,
and media player. The default appears to be "Choose my current..." in
all three cases. If you manually select Thunderbird for example, I
would have thought that it performed that selection and that returning
later would show that selection as having been made. It does not. If
you return later the selection has returned to "Choose my current...".
Is that what is supposed to happen. I Googling I have also found the...Default to Thunderbird
We use Win xp with service pack 2
When I want to send a picture or a link and I go to send email it
launches OE automatically because my wife has OE defaulted to on her
side of the computer. On my side I use Thunderbird but it won't
launch automatically, because my wife only wants IE to launch on her
side when she want to send an email. So it appears we can only
default to 1 email program for both sides of the computer.
Any way to fix that problem ??
As well, is there a anyway to resize images in Thunderbird ??
On Apr 29, 4:54=A0pm, car crash <carcra......Thunderbird as default
I have tried all the suggested method for making Thunderburd my default
mailer. Clicking "Make default" button yields, "You're not the
administrator, so you can't change the registry." Thunderbird does not
appear on the list of mailers, so I can't let Windows do the job,
Does anyone have the registry keys that I can put in so that Thunderbird
is my default mailer?
Bernard W. Joseph wrote:
> I have tried all the suggested method for making Thunderburd my default
> mailer. Clicking "Make default" button yields, "...support/what support
Name: William Johnson
Summary: support/what support
your support? department for Firefox issues is nothing but a circular
maze of unbelievably confusing information that is of no use for the
layman and I would dump this piece of trash if I didn't need it for
certain websites. I don't know how to reprogram the many bugs or fix
the many websites broken by this thing and its "error console" with no
directions as to what to do with it. What is it's purpose if there is
no help function for it? ...Default Program
Name: David M Pondelick
Summary: Default Program
Minefield always asks to set itself as the default
internet program, however it never actually does it.
OS: Vista RC1 x64
Browser Details: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 6.0 x64; en-US; rv:1.9a1) Gecko/20061007 Minefield/3.0a1
I had a thought tonight.
Perl has a general principle that, in the absence of any indication
otherwise, it should use a sensible default. This default generally
matches the most common use of the feature by new programmers. This
principle is reflected in Perl 6's design in many ways--$_, sort's
default behavior, the @_ list, etc.
I think that Perl 6 should apply that to the entire program. If the
whole program consists of an empty string, it should substitute in a
sensible default program.
I have done extensive research on the Internet and printed Perl books,