02-02-2010 07:39 PM
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02-04-2010 06:00 PM
02-06-2010 07:44 PM
Useful info about composer. I've been using KompoZer. I am getting rid of KompoZer. I had it installed before I installed SeaMonkey and just never thought about the duplication.
I am annoyed by the page from Comcast telling me to upgrade. I want to go straight to the home page of Comcast without that detour.
Comcast supports Safari, a less secure browser, so why not SeaMonkey. I have not detected any deficiency in rendering the pages. As you stated SM shares much of the code as Firefox, Thunderbird, and Flock.
02-07-2010 11:01 AM
Comcast's detection of Gecko is flawed. It looks for "Firefox" in the user agent string. If you edit the user agent sting and add Firefox, Comcast will think you are using Firefox.
You want to add "Firefox/3.6" to the user agent string.
One way to do this is add your own entry to the user agent string.
Enter about:config in the location bar.
Right click and create a new string. A popup box will open asking you to "Enter the preference name"
The preference name is of the form general.useragent.extra.sss where sss can be whatever you want.
Click OK. A second popup box with open asking you to entry the value of the sting.
02-07-2010 12:23 PM
Thanks. Dang it, I should have posted my complaint earlier. I have a habit of using apps outside the mainstream. I listed my security programs to a friend yesterday. He didn't recognize one of them. Of course he never goes outside the Semantec, Trend Micro, and McAfee triangle, perhaps add AVG and Avast! for his radicalism. He never heard of Flock, K-Meleon, and SeaMonkey. He knows about Firefox and Thunderbird.
My older relatives love SeaMonkey; they only browse a bit and e-mail. They only have to open one programs to do what they want to do. I use the internet as my home office. I have twelve e-mail addresses: two public ones, two private ones (one for kin, kith, and friends and one for gov and biz.), and the others for different interests, tech, art, music, et cetera. Multiple browsers give me multiple homepages of my interests. So you see why an internet app, SeaMonkey, is best as my default. I did stop using Flock; it uses too much ram and the gui is busy.
Several of my friends have followed my lead; they didn't realize customize XP Pro to fit their needs.
My daily upkeep is automatic. SeaMonkey
07-24-2012 09:15 PM
SeaMonkey is up to version 2.11, a grown, beautiful lady with class. Check it out.
07-24-2012 09:26 PM
I've been using SeaMonkey for years. Got it updated today.
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07-26-2012 07:14 PM
I thought Mozilla was dumping SeaMonkey? When I had it I really liked it. It was a whole suite, much like Netscape which is what it was based on.
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