bdog | 1 Jul 02:50 2005
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Re: How can I get Firefox bookmarks to look like IE's? - 1 attachment (1/2)

CBFalconer <cbfalconer <at> yahoo.com> wrote in 
news:42C42B3A.10CB8F1A <at> yahoo.com:

> bdog wrote:
>> 
> ... snip ...
>> 
>> I don't know if it will show, but I attached a screen shot of my
>> home page with favorites on the left.  They look exactly like IE
>> favorites.  The only difference being the links are in the top
>> entry, the Bookmarks Toolbar Folder.
>> 
>>  [Image]
> 
> Unfortunately, it did show.  You have cluttered many users and news
> servers with this totally unnecessary binary image, of about 1
> megabyte and 8000 lines (a large usenet message is normally about
> 200 lines), absorbing storage and transmission time.  Usenet is a
> text medium, use it as such.
> 
> If you really want to promulgate such an image, mount it on your
> own pages wherever you wish and post a link to that.
> 

Sorry,  I won't let it happen again.

bdog
Ric Gates | 1 Jul 03:35 2005
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Re: Mozilla "Composer" Question

On 30 Jun 2005 Arne entered netscape.public.mozilla.general and left 
news:3ij1qnFlsc9dU1 <at> individual.net:

> Mozilla Suite 1.7.8 (current version)
> http://www.mozilla.org/products/mozilla1.x/
> 

Well it's in 1.8b1, so that ain't the last.
http://www.mozilla.org/releases/mozilla1.8b1/known-issues.html#composer

Also ftp.mozilla.org/pub/mozilla.org/mozilla/releases/mozilla1.8b1

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Premnath Sah | 1 Jul 04:31 2005
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Free webmail using XUL

Hi,

We have developed a webmail using XUL. It is provided
as free service at http://mail.sify.com/imail/

regards
Premnath Sah T. H.

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critters | 1 Jul 05:38 2005
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Re: Free webmail using XUL

Premnath Sah wrote:
> Hi,
> 
> We have developed a webmail using XUL. It is provided
> as free service at http://mail.sify.com/imail/
> 
> regards
> Premnath Sah T. H.
> 
> __________________________________________________
> Do You Yahoo!?
> Tired of spam?  Yahoo! Mail has the best spam protection around 
> http://mail.yahoo.com 
You're very funny buddy.  You post about a webmail email service you 
provide and yet you post using Yahoo Mail.  I doubt I'll be using your 
service.

Andy
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Arne | 1 Jul 07:27 2005

Re: Mozilla "Composer" Question

Once upon a time *Ric Gates* wrote:
> On 30 Jun 2005 Arne entered netscape.public.mozilla.general and left 
> news:3ij1qnFlsc9dU1 <at> individual.net:
> 
>> Mozilla Suite 1.7.8 (current version)
>> http://www.mozilla.org/products/mozilla1.x/
>> 
> 
> Well it's in 1.8b1, so that ain't the last.
> http://www.mozilla.org/releases/mozilla1.8b1/known-issues.html#composer
> 
> Also ftp.mozilla.org/pub/mozilla.org/mozilla/releases/mozilla1.8b1
> 

I'm only talking about final releases, never alpha or beta when it
comes to advice to the "general public"! The first link you provide
says it all why beta versions should not be adviced, bugs that not
everybody can handle and keep their faith with Mozilla.

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Ric Gates | 1 Jul 08:10 2005
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Re: Mozilla "Composer" Question

On 30 Jun 2005 Arne entered netscape.public.mozilla.general and left 
news:3ik2hkFm1phsU1 <at> individual.net:

> I'm only talking about final releases, never alpha or beta when it
> comes to advice to the "general public"!

But he asked for the last version.
I usually answer the questions that people ask, not what I think they 
should be asking.

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Arne | 1 Jul 08:28 2005

Re: Mozilla "Composer" Question

Once upon a time *Ric Gates* wrote:
> On 30 Jun 2005 Arne entered netscape.public.mozilla.general and left 
> news:3ik2hkFm1phsU1 <at> individual.net:
> 
>> I'm only talking about final releases, never alpha or beta when it
>> comes to advice to the "general public"!
> 
> But he asked for the last version.
> I usually answer the questions that people ask, not what I think they 
> should be asking.
> 

Why do you give a link to a page about "known issues" (bugs), want to
scare him of downloading it? BTW, I doubt the "general public" usually
download software in "bits and pieces" from FTP servers.

Since 1.8b1 is a beta, it's not a "last version". It's a testing
version, not designated for the general public. No wonder some talks
about "going back to IE" after using alpha or beta versions and
struggled with the bugs in those, making them think about Mozilla as a
bad software.

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Nic | 1 Jul 10:38 2005
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Thunderbird/Wordperfect/Mapi32

I am using Thunderbird 1.0.2 en XPSP2
When I want to use Thunderbird as the default mail application 
Thunderbird is overwriting Mapi32.dll in Windows/system32 with Mozilla's 
own Mapi 32. As a result the addressbook in Wordperfect is no longer to 
be found. I then rename Mapi32.dll in windows\system32, copy the file 
Mapnt40.dll from the WP8 install CD to windows\system32 and rename that 
Mapnt40.dll to Mapi32.dll. And then the addressbook is there and 
accessible again. After this modification Thunderbird is no longer the 
default application. However, if I do want to use TB as the default 
application by checking the box the addressbook is gone again.

I wonder whether there is a solution for this problem.

Nic
Philip Chee | 1 Jul 13:42 2005
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www.honda.com blank screen?

On 30/06/2005 17:16, GeorgeB wrote:
> On Wed, 29 Jun 2005 17:03:07 -0700, David Ross <nobody <at> nowhere.not>
> wrote:

>>The page at <URL:http://www.honda.com/index.asp?bhcp=1> is one
>>large Flash presentation.  Have you disabled Flash in some way
>>(e.g., via PrefBar, Flashblock)?  

> Not intentionally, and other flash works.  I _DID_ install and use
> Flashblock several months back (it gave a flash style symbol on
> blocked content), but was unable to disable it (actually, disabling it
> did not disable it), so uninstalled it.  Double-clisking would open
> the presentations, but I decided that flash was less objectionable
> than no flash.

Hi, flashblock guy here. Did you follow the uninstall instructions on our
website? Simply using the Extension Manager to uninstall flashblock will
leave bits still floating around.
<http://flashblock.mozdev.org/uninstall.html>

By the way you have to use the enable/disable checkbox in our options
dialog. As you discovered, using the EM disable function doesn't actually
disable flashblock.

> Just tried again, and the only "strange" thing I note (other than the
> blank screen) is the "no bundle" alert when I view source.  What does
> that mean ... yeah, I know what Google is, sorry, I'll look.

That may be a symptom of a not totally uninstalled flashblock.
Here's what you can do. Install the latest version of flashblock from
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Ralph Fox | 1 Jul 13:59 2005

Re: Thunderbird/Wordperfect/Mapi32

On Fri, 01 Jul 2005 10:38:17 +0200, in message
 <8f10d$42c500fb$3ec22859$23934 <at> news.chello.nl>, Nic wrote:

> I am using Thunderbird 1.0.2 en XPSP2
> When I want to use Thunderbird as the default mail application 
> Thunderbird is overwriting Mapi32.dll in Windows/system32 with Mozilla's 
> own Mapi 32. As a result the addressbook in Wordperfect is no longer to 
> be found. I then rename Mapi32.dll in windows\system32, copy the file 
> Mapnt40.dll from the WP8 install CD to windows\system32 and rename that 
> Mapnt40.dll to Mapi32.dll. And then the addressbook is there and 
> accessible again. After this modification Thunderbird is no longer the 
> default application. However, if I do want to use TB as the default 
> application by checking the box the addressbook is gone again.
> 
> I wonder whether there is a solution for this problem.

In Windows there are two ways an email application can be the
default email application.   Windows itself generally assumes 
that whatever is the default email application must do both.

1.  When you send mail from other applications (using MAPI),
    it uses this email application (as the MAPI server).

2.  When you launch mailto: URLs, it launches this email application
    (as the application associated with the mailto: protocol).

It appears that you cannot have #1 without giving up your
Wordperfect address book.

If you want #2 alone, then do this:
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