Rajnish Bhaskar | 23 Sep 10:31 2002
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Re: Tabs - saving

> Can I save different sets of tabs? So, can I save a set for me and a
> different set for my son? etc etc. I would be able to choose between
> these, either at start up, or perhaps retrieve them once I had
> started.

Don't forget that with the latest version of MultiZilla (currently in 
pre-release) you can open *any* folder as a group of tabs, so you 
create a folder in bookmarks with the tabs that you want and there is 
a new tab in the prefs that lets you add the option "open this folder 
in tabs" to the folder.

Raj.
Rajnish Bhaskar | 23 Sep 10:45 2002
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Re: open links in existing tabs

> I actually want to be able to open tabs in existing tabs. I have
> multiple links that I don't want opening individual tabs. This works
> the way I want it to with existing windows in IE. I just specify a
> name for target and it opens in that window if it exists, otherwise
> opens a new window. There should be a way to do it with Javascript
> too, but I couldn't get that to work either.

I'm still not sure that I'm understanding you, but try changing the 
setting in Prefs -> MultiZilla -> Links -> Duplicated link protection 
and see if that helps.  If not, try filing an RFE with exact steps to 
reproduce exact what you want and what you expect

> I wrote a test page to try and figure it out but to no avail. If you
> go there, I think you'll understand what I mean.
> http://akadot.com/test

I'm afraid that this didn't really help all that much.

Raj.
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ricky | 25 Sep 15:14 2002
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Re: I HATE SPAM DONT YOU

HJ,

> What do you think? What can be done to prevent those stupid SPAMMERS 
> from taken over our channel?

I'm facing the same problem at mycroft. But even worse: There are some 
e-mail harvesters going through our newsgroups so that if one 
accidentally posts with a non-obscured e-mail address, they will get 
much more spam to their own mailbox. And this after only few days. I 
made the bitter experience...

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Jens Hatlak | 25 Sep 22:27 2002
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New tab: No focus on location bar

Current MultiZilla 1.1.22

Before I file a new bug report I'd like someone to confirm that it 
really is one:

If I open a new tab (let's say using Ctrl-T) the location bar is not 
being focused, unlike in Mozilla without MultiZilla. It seems to me this 
was a rather recent change because it worked the way I expect it in 
MultiZilla 1.1.20.

Bye,

Jens

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Fred Nachbaur | 26 Sep 04:39 2002
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Re: New tab: No focus on location bar


Jens Hatlak wrote:
> Current MultiZilla 1.1.22
> 
> Before I file a new bug report I'd like someone to confirm that it 
> really is one:
> 
> If I open a new tab (let's say using Ctrl-T) the location bar is not 
> being focused, unlike in Mozilla without MultiZilla. It seems to me this 
> was a rather recent change because it worked the way I expect it in 
> MultiZilla 1.1.20.
> 
> Bye,
> 
> Jens

Hi Jens,

When I create a new tab either using CNTL-T or File | New | Navigator 
Tab, the new tab does indeed have focus.

I'm running Netscape 7.0 (final release), aka Mozilla 1.0.1, under 
Windoze 95 OSR2.5, Multizilla version 1.1.22 (a "custom" build patched 
together by Our Hero so that I could see the new changes in an already 
"obsolete" build of Mozilla).

Cheers,
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Rajnish Bhaskar | 26 Sep 10:11 2002
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Re: New tab: No focus on location bar

> If I open a new tab (let's say using Ctrl-T) the location bar is not
> being focused, unlike in Mozilla without MultiZilla. It seems to me
> this was a rather recent change because it worked the way I expect it
> in MultiZilla 1.1.20.

This happens to me as well with Ctrl-T and File->New->Navigator tab 
with the latest pre-release of 1.1.22 and Mozilla build 2002-09-19-08 
but I've never really noticed it because it *doesn't* happen if I 
open a new tab with mouse gestures (which I do quite a lot).  You 
should probably file a bug and post the bug number to the list so 
that I can add my comments to it.

The workaround is to press ctrl+L after ctrl+T to give the location 
bar focus.

Raj.
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annotations | 26 Sep 11:33 2002

Multizilla: New Feedback from Tomasz Szkudlarek

One, very important thing
Does it possible to MulztiZilla to remember tabs during navigation, not only after session end ? Because if
my Mozzila crashes, after launching it again, MultiZilla opens tags opened before previous session... 
annotations | 26 Sep 11:33 2002

Multizilla: New Feedback from Tomasz Szkudlarek

One, very important thing
Does it possible to MulztiZilla to remember tabs during navigation, not only after session end ? Because if
my Mozzila crashes, after launching it again, MultiZilla opens tags opened before previous session... 
Jens Hatlak | 26 Sep 12:06 2002
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Re: New tab: No focus on location bar

Rajnish Bhaskar wrote:
>>If I open a new tab (let's say using Ctrl-T) the location bar is not
>>being focused, unlike in Mozilla without MultiZilla. It seems to me
>>this was a rather recent change because it worked the way I expect it
>>in MultiZilla 1.1.20.
> 
> This happens to me as well with Ctrl-T and File->New->Navigator tab 
> with the latest pre-release of 1.1.22 and Mozilla build 2002-09-19-08 
> but I've never really noticed it because it *doesn't* happen if I 
> open a new tab with mouse gestures (which I do quite a lot).  You 
> should probably file a bug and post the bug number to the list so 
> that I can add my comments to it.
> 
> The workaround is to press ctrl+L after ctrl+T to give the location 
> bar focus.

Bug 2165 filed. Didn't add Mouse Gestures because I currently haven't 
installed it, please add your own experiences.

Bye,

Jens

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Martin Thompson | 26 Sep 15:26 2002
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Re: bookmarklets/javascript not working?

HJ <bugs4hj <at> netscape.net> writes:

> Tim Luoma wrote:
> > Greetings folks.... new Multizilla user here, so hope I'm not asking
> > dumbo question but I didn't find it in the FAQ
> > I've got some bookmarketlets like this one:
> > javascript:void(window.resizeTo(640,480))
> > but when I try them not that I have MultiZ installed, it doesn't
> > seem to do anything except turn the tab title to (javascript)
> > Am I missing a configuration setting somewhere?
> > TjL
> > (ps -- is there a way to stop Moz from opening another instance of
> > Moz when a new link is clicked, but instead put them in a new tab --
> > like the MDI implementation of Opera... that would be killer)
> > mozilla/win32/2002070913
> > multiz 1.1.18
> 
> Tim, you should check the Advanched/Script & Windows pref panel. Look
> at "Move or resize existing windows" that should do the trick.
> 

I had this, and had to clear the Multizilla/Links/Open new tabs for
.. Personal toolbar tick box.  Then stuff works again.

Cheers,
Martin

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