D555 | 6 Jun 07:04 2008

Michael, please... Open source MultiZilla !

Michael, please... Open source MultiZilla !
(for example ...may be to sourceforge.org   ...)

Because MultiZilla is one realable tab extension for SeaMonkey...and.
..and so hard to see when projet is standing (((...
Philip Chee | 6 Jun 09:18 2008
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Re: Michael, please... Open source MultiZilla !

On Fri, 06 Jun 2008 09:04:24 +0400, D555 wrote:
> Michael, please... Open source MultiZilla !
> (for example ...may be to sourceforge.org   ...)
> 
> Because MultiZilla is one realable tab extension for SeaMonkey...and.
> ...and so hard to see when projet is standing (((...

?????????????????????????????????????????
I think you need a new pair of glasses!

<http://multizilla.mozdev.org/source.html>
<http://www.mozdev.org/source/browse/multizilla/src/>

Phil

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D555 | 7 Jun 02:45 2008

Re: Michael, please... Open source MultiZilla !

Philip Chee wrote:
> On Fri, 06 Jun 2008 09:04:24 +0400, D555 wrote:
>> Michael, please... Open source MultiZilla !
>> (for example ...may be to sourceforge.org   ...)
>>
>> Because MultiZilla is one realable tab extension for SeaMonkey...and.
>> ...and so hard to see when projet is standing (((...
>
> ?????????????????????????????????????????
> I think you need a new pair of glasses!
>
> <http://multizilla.mozdev.org/source.html>
> <http://www.mozdev.org/source/browse/multizilla/src/>
>
> Phil
>
Yes...,you're right, but difference in license is been ... ,imho
Yves Lambert | 7 Jun 23:08 2008
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Re: Michael, please... Open source MultiZilla !

D555 wrote:
> Yes...,you're right, but difference in license is been ... ,imho
>   
Afaik, multizilla's under mozilla public license 
http://www.mozilla.org/MPL/ *and* GPL and LGPL (as mozilla is).
paul | 19 Jun 05:13 2008

Re: Hovering mouse over tab X button causes 100% CPU usage in Linux

Michael Vincent van Rantwijk, MultiZilla wrote:
> paul wrote:
>> Michael Vincent van Rantwijk, MultiZilla wrote:
>>> I first have to re-install Ubuntu, but I haven't got the time for this
>>> until next week.  We also need to release the next version of both
>>> MultiZilla and the Googlebox, do some work on the website since the pref
>>> panels changed so much, and thus you'll get the picture.  Full schedule,
>>> but please ping me in two weeks again ok?
>>
>> Hi,
>>
>> Just checking to see if you've had any ideas about what could be causing
>> the 100% CPU usage when hoving over the tab "X" button in Linux, or if
>> there is anything I can do to help. Don't worry - no hurry. :)
> 
> No, and I don't think I'll have time for it before Christmas.
> 
> Thing is that I need to get the website up to par with our products, or
> I will just have to kill the project... simply because it lacks the
> quality I want.

Hi Michael,

Congratulations on finishing your exams. :) Now you can relax!

I read on the blog that you've been trying Linux. I am curious if you
have seen the same bug as me, with the excessive CPU usage when hovering
the mouse over the tab "X" button in MultiZilla?

Paul
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user | 19 Jun 05:18 2008

What happened to this newsgroup ?

Hello all,

I used to see more that a dozen messages posted in this mewsgroup
per week, but in the last two months that has decreased dramatically,
at least for me.

Since then I have seen just two new messages in this group.

Has something changed ? Am I doing something wrong ?
Did this happened to anybody else ?

Please reply.

Thanks !

rfurb
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Re: Hovering mouse over tab X button causes 100% CPU usage in Linux

paul wrote:
> Michael Vincent van Rantwijk, MultiZilla wrote:
>> paul wrote:
>>> Michael Vincent van Rantwijk, MultiZilla wrote:
>>>> I first have to re-install Ubuntu, but I haven't got the time for this
>>>> until next week.  We also need to release the next version of both
>>>> MultiZilla and the Googlebox, do some work on the website since the pref
>>>> panels changed so much, and thus you'll get the picture.  Full schedule,
>>>> but please ping me in two weeks again ok?
>>> Hi,
>>>
>>> Just checking to see if you've had any ideas about what could be causing
>>> the 100% CPU usage when hoving over the tab "X" button in Linux, or if
>>> there is anything I can do to help. Don't worry - no hurry. :)
>> No, and I don't think I'll have time for it before Christmas.
>>
>> Thing is that I need to get the website up to par with our products, or
>> I will just have to kill the project... simply because it lacks the
>> quality I want.
> 
> Hi Michael,
> 
> Congratulations on finishing your exams. :) Now you can relax!

Thank you Paul!  Relax from school ok, but I feel like a lousy project 
lead and I feel guilty for not being here for you guys and galls but I 
am trying my best and doing all I can to get back on track with 
development a.s.a.p.

> 
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Re: What happened to this newsgroup ?

user <at> domain.invalid wrote:
> Hello all,
> 
> 
> I used to see more that a dozen messages posted in this mewsgroup
> per week, but in the last two months that has decreased dramatically,
> at least for me.
> 
> Since then I have seen just two new messages in this group.
> 
> Has something changed ? Am I doing something wrong ?
> Did this happened to anybody else ?
> 
> Please reply.
> 
> 
> Thanks !
> 
> 
> rfurb

I had school exams (see index page and weblog) and didn't do much most 
of the year so I had to start and do something or fail ;)

Michael
Yves Lambert | 19 Jun 16:14 2008
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Re: Hovering mouse over tab X button causes 100% CPU usage in Linux

paul wrote:
> Michael Vincent van Rantwijk, MultiZilla wrote:
>   
>> paul wrote:
>>     
>>> Michael Vincent van Rantwijk, MultiZilla wrote:
>>>       
>>>> I first have to re-install Ubuntu, but I haven't got the time for this
>>>> until next week.  We also need to release the next version of both
>>>> MultiZilla and the Googlebox, do some work on the website since the pref
>>>> panels changed so much, and thus you'll get the picture.  Full schedule,
>>>> but please ping me in two weeks again ok?
>>>>         
>>> Hi,
>>>
>>> Just checking to see if you've had any ideas about what could be causing
>>> the 100% CPU usage when hoving over the tab "X" button in Linux, or if
>>> there is anything I can do to help. Don't worry - no hurry. :)
>>>       

would you mind try and debug javascript whaen it occurs, thank you. I 
don't have this (kind of) touble.
>> No, and I don't think I'll have time for it before Christmas.
>>
>> Thing is that I need to get the website up to par with our products, or
>> I will just have to kill the project... simply because it lacks the
>> quality I want.
>>     
The quality is excellent Michael. Don't worry about that (there won't 
have such a traffic on newsgroup and maillist if not.
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Yves Lambert | 19 Jun 16:16 2008
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Re: What happened to this newsgroup ?

user <at> domain.invalid wrote:
> Hello all,
>
>
> I used to see more that a dozen messages posted in this mewsgroup
> per week, but in the last two months that has decreased dramatically,
> at least for me.
>
> Since then I have seen just two new messages in this group.
>
> Has something changed ? Am I doing something wrong ?
> Did this happened to anybody else ?
>
> Please reply.
>   

AFAIK this is the mail list and there's no mail2news gateway. Messages 
on the mail list does not appear in the newsgroup and vice versa
>
> Thanks !
>
>
> rfurb
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>
>   
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