Stegozor | 25 Sep 03:42 2006
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Feature request: install wmlbrowser in the user profile

Hi Matthew,

Several extensions, like Multizilla, Mnenhy or Flashblock ask during the 
installation whether you want to put them in the application folder or 
in the user profile. The latest option allows to keep these extensions 
when one updates SeaMonkey, so one doesn't have to reinstall them again.

http://www.mozdev.org/source/browse/~checkout~/mnenhy/src/bin/install/en-US/install.properties?rev=1.10&content-type=text/plain
may explain this better than I do.

Would it be possible to offer the same choice with wmlbrowser?

Best regards.
Matthew Wilson | 25 Sep 18:10 2006
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Re: Feature request: install wmlbrowser in the user profile

Stegozor wrote:
> Hi Matthew,
> 
> Several extensions, like Multizilla, Mnenhy or Flashblock ask during the 
> installation whether you want to put them in the application folder or 
> in the user profile. The latest option allows to keep these extensions 
> when one updates SeaMonkey, so one doesn't have to reinstall them again.
> 
>
http://www.mozdev.org/source/browse/~checkout~/mnenhy/src/bin/install/en-US/install.properties?rev=1.10&content-type=text/plain 
> 
> may explain this better than I do.
> 
> Would it be possible to offer the same choice with wmlbrowser?

Unfortunately not. wmlbrowser relies on an XPCOM component, which under 
SeaMonkey can only be installed under a global install.

Once SeaMonkey supports this functionality, I will be happy to make 
wmlbrowser use it.

Matthew

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