Having problems with "Threads with Unread" in mozilla.support.seamonkey on news.mozilla.org in SeaMonkey v1.06.
I seem to have found another problem after uninstalling Mozilla v1.7.13
(kept my profiles and did not delete my Mozilla folder/directory to copy
the extensions and plugins) and installing SeaMonkey v1.06 last night in
Windows XP Pro. SP2 (all updates).
2 screen shots:
.... I can't seem to make "Threads with Unread" work in
mozilla.support.seamonkey newsgroup on news.mozilla.org news server. I
tried unsubscribing, resubscribing, changing options, compacting
(compact if 100+ KB in se...Rant: The Mozilla suite (aka SeaMonkey) should be a wrapper for Mozilla software
Name: Tim Chambers
Summary: Rant: The Mozilla suite (aka SeaMonkey) should be a wrapper for Mozilla software
It seems a waste to have parallel development of browser in Firefox and
SeaMonkey. The suite should be the wrapper for the other applications.
A light install could just be the browser (Firefox) or add the mail
client (Thunderbird). You can download Firefox to update the browser,
run the Thunderbird installer to add mail client, or run the full suite
installer to add/remove several. Links show in installed...Mozilla SeaMonkey and Mozilla Sunbird on U3 Smart flash drives
My name is Valeria Zysman and I type from Buenos Aires.
Well, you'll see, there's a mobile platform for USB flash drives
called U3 Smart (http://u3.com/), which is designed by SanDisk. U3
Smart flash drives run on Windows 2000 SP4, Windows XP (all versions
and service packs) and Windows Vista (all versions and service packs
as well). It is similar to PortableApps.com platform but is NOT a
PortableApps.com platform. For instance, Mozilla Firefox and Mozilla
Thunderbird U3 Smart builds update without the need of reinstall all
the whole program itself but the...Mozilla Reps, Mozilla Rep, Mozilla Representative, ReMo, etc?
I saw something on Yammer today, that some of us write our job title as Mozilla Reps there, but some write it.
I know we have other names such as
IMO, it's okay to have many different names, but shouldn't we need to agree of 1 name to write properly on job title (especially on such as yammer)?
How do you think?
I think Mozilla Representative
Representante Oficial de Mozilla
2013/2/22 Yofie Setiawan <email@example.com>
...Building SeaMonkey 2.35 off mozilla-release or mozilla-38esr+THUNDERBIRD_38_VERBRANCH
rsx11m and I think that we should build SeaMonkey 2.35 off mozilla-esr38
since we can use the Thunderbird release branch which has:
1) all the patchs needed for Thunderbird/ Mailnews so we don't have to
land these again on mozilla-release.
2) the latest stability and security fixes for Gecko 38 in a form which
shouldn't break any APIs or ABIs that we are using.
I think Callek said he prefers using mozilla-release as our base but I
don't know how adamant he is.
Philip Chee <firstname.lastname@example.org>, <email@example.com>
http://flashblock.mozde...Who's monkeying with the mozilla.support.seamonkey: record in my news.mozilla.com.rc file?
Every several months something corrupts the contents of the
mozilla.support.seamonkey: record in the news.mozilla.com.rc file of my
SM profile. All of a sudden, all of the unread articles in the newsgroup
are marked as read. This happens in between news reading sessions.
i.e. when I connect to the server the next time, the number of unread articles
reported has dropped from whatever it was when I ended the previous reading
session, down to only the number of new articles that have just arrived.
If I open the .rc file with an editor, the record for the newsgroup has been
modified to s...SeaMonkey or Mozilla
I have an old configuration with Windows 98.
If we ignore security problems.
Do you think that Mozilla 1.7.13 is better than SeaMonkey 1.1.8 ?
1.7 is the stable branch and I think 1.8 is not.
Is it better to use Mozilla 1.7.13 for the stability ?
What do you think ?
Thank you very much.
> I have an old configuration with Windows 98.
> If we ignore security problems.
> Do you think that Mozilla 1.7.13 is better than SeaMonkey 1.1.8 ?
> 1.7 is the stable branch and I think 1.8 is not.
> Is it better to use Mozilla 1.7.13 for the stability ?
> What do you...Opening Mozilla into Mozilla Mail
At one time I had 2 Mozilla icons on the desktop. One opened Mozilla into
Mozilla Mail and the other opened Mozilla into Navigator. I've lost the
icons and can't remember how I did it. Can anyone help?
> At one time I had 2 Mozilla icons on the desktop. One opened Mozilla into
> Mozilla Mail and the other opened Mozilla into Navigator. I've lost the
> icons and can't remember how I did it. Can anyone help?
I hope I did this right.
to contact me, remov...Firebird or Mozilla... Thunderbird or Mozilla...
I just got finished reading the roadmap to try and figure out if I would
be better off stacking with FB and TB, or if I should install the
I cannot make heads or tails out of the roadmap. I cannot figure out
what would be the best choice.
Would someone here kindly outline the key decision issues for the two
zeddock on 04.11.03 22:12 wrote:
> I just got finished reading the roadmap to try and figure out if I would
> be better off stacking with FB and TB, or if I should install the
> Mozilla Suite.
Uh, this...Mozilla Survey Crashes Mozilla
Summary: Mozilla Survey Crashes Mozilla
Every time the "tell us about Mozilla" survey pops up, it crashes
Mozilla, right in the middle of whatever I was doing. Every time. So I
never fill in a survey because that's pretty rude.
Browser Details: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:18.104.22.168) Gecko/20060111 Firefox/22.214.171.124
...Mozilla fiddles while Mozilla burns
Today I contacted three people that I had in the past convinced to switch from IE or Chrome to FF. I persuaded them to uninstall FF because of your culture of politically correct bigotry. After reading this list today, I think I'll keep doing that as a hobby. Why? Because after the politically correct witch hunt that resulted in Eich being out and radical gays being appeased, all I see here are what come across as smug attempts to deflect blame and just weather the storm. FF is the new IE, the boorish clod that wants to just dissemble or stomp over any opposition in the style of Gates.
...Mozilla Europe and Mozilla in Europe
This has been communicated to MozCamp Berlin attendees and Mozilla
employees via email, but this should be public, so here it is).
Last week-end at the EU MozCamp in Berlin we shared plans for further
focusing and expanding Mozilla efforts in Europe - and we thought you
might be interested to know what we said.
Mozilla has been widely successful in Europe. The Mozilla Mission
resonates especially well with Europeans. The user base of Firefox and
Thunderbird is very high, and Firefox is a well understood part of
What many of us don't realize is that w...Mozilla Calendar on Mozilla Update
The calendar extension is now also being hosted on update.mozilla.org:
Feel free to rate it.
Although the best recommended way to download the calendar xpi is to use
the download page at:
if you want to try it from there, make sure you go to
and pick the correct OS because the main page does not seem to be
detecting the OS properly.
Think this must be the worst news the I have read from mozilla.org.
I cannot see why you are doing this becouse sea-monkey is the base of
the mozilla.org it was therefor it was started in the first place.
If I remeber correctly.
I prefer seamonkey over firefox along way.
> Think this must be the worst news the I have read from mozilla.org.
> I cannot see why you are doing this becouse sea-monkey is the base of
> the mozilla.org it ...update book of mozilla, about:mozilla
There was an update to the Book of Mozilla, which didn't change the
entities. Landed already a while back in bug 41152.
Please have a look at your translations of the strings in
Axel Hecht wrote:
> There was an update to the Book of Mozilla, which didn't change the
> entities. Landed already a while back in bug 41152.
Errata: Make that bug 411352, missed a '3'.