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Crash a Discussion, or start it wherever

Adobe Community Professional ,
Jun 21, 2009 Jun 21, 2009

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Recently, at least four times out of five, Start a Discussion crashes FF.

And just before, trying to post a new thread in this forum using the Start a Discussion option, in this forum, the seventh attempt resulted in my looking at a page with the heading Post New Thread in Illustrator.

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Engaged ,
Jun 21, 2009 Jun 21, 2009

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Jacob Bugge wrote:

...the seventh attempt resulted in my looking at a page with the heading Post New Thread in Illustrator.

Forgive me Jacob... i'm not laughing at you... i feel the pain! This whole shebang has now gone from the sublime to the ridiculous!

It's one of the reasons i stay away from the product-specific forum unless i have a specific question. Selfish? Yes. But what to do?

Cheers!

JJ

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Advocate ,
Jun 21, 2009 Jun 21, 2009

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Multiple FF crashes here too, sticking with Safari for the forums. Sigh.

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LEGEND ,
Jun 21, 2009 Jun 21, 2009

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Doesn't happen here with FF.

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Advocate ,
Jun 21, 2009 Jun 21, 2009

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It's recent. Started same time the new logo appeared although I can't think of any possible connection.

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Mentor ,
Jun 21, 2009 Jun 21, 2009

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I use a Mac and SeaMokey 1.1.16 and hasn't caused  SM to Crash with the new logo.

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LEGEND ,
Jun 21, 2009 Jun 21, 2009

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Sea mokey ...


What's that then?

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LEGEND ,
Jun 21, 2009 Jun 21, 2009

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John Joslin wrote:

Sea mokey ...


What's that then?

I've never heard of such a thing.

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Mentor ,
Jun 21, 2009 Jun 21, 2009

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Its SeaMonkey (one word) and its the all in one equvilent to ThunderBird and FireFox.

It was at one time know when  it was Product of Netscape "Communicator" and Then when Mozilla Foundation was started it was called Mozilla.

It based on the latest 2 series FireFox Code, and the latest Thunderbird Version 2 code.

I don't have to have, two program s at the same time, to read email or vist the Websites. and Although it can Use Tabs, I have that feature turned off. I don't like tabs and Tabs use to much memory. regardless of which browser used. (SM, FF OmniWeb, Opera, Safari, iCab).

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LEGEND ,
Jun 21, 2009 Jun 21, 2009

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Wow. I've never heard you mention any of that before. I must go download it now.

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Mentor ,
Jun 21, 2009 Jun 21, 2009

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http://www.mozilla.org

SeaMonkey is listed under other Mozilla products  column on right, first item

Not much difference between size of FireFox Application and SeaMonkey. and if you click on a link in an email , or a mailto: on a website, you get there instantly without having to wait to crank up the additional application

It works faster because code normally in FF or TB that is duplicated, is already in SM therefore code is not entered twice. Its there to begin with.

BTW: SeaMonkey name was taken from the Sea creature called a Sea Monkey. even the logo for SeaMonkey is a stylistic resemblance of the actual sea creature.

SeaMonkeypicture001.png

The added item to the end of the Useragent string is a work around to allow billpay on Suntrust Bank. They wrote there browser sniffer code to key on FireFox not gecko.

Both SM and FF use the same Gecko engine.

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LEGEND ,
Jun 21, 2009 Jun 21, 2009

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PjonesCET wrote:

http://www.mozilla.org

SeaMonkey is listed under other Mozilla products  column on right, first item


I guess I forgot to add the <Sarcasm> tag to my post.

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Mentor ,
Jun 21, 2009 Jun 21, 2009

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~graffiti wrote:

PjonesCET wrote:

http://www.mozilla.org

SeaMonkey is listed under other Mozilla products  column on right, first item


I guess I forgot to add the <Sarcasm> tag to my post.

Yup!

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LEGEND ,
Jun 21, 2009 Jun 21, 2009

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~graffiti wrote:

Wow. I've never heard you mention any of that before. I must go download it now.

Just got back from the pub and started the download of Sea Mokey but I get "Access denied".


It must be very popular.  

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Mentor ,
Jun 21, 2009 Jun 21, 2009

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John Joslin wrote:

~graffiti wrote:

Wow. I've never heard you mention any of that before. I must go download it now.

Just got back from the pub and started the download of Sea Mokey but I get "Access denied".


It must be very popular.  

Try Sea Monkey Look it up Wikipedia. That's the sea creature.

The go to : http://www.mozilla.org  and locate SeaMonkey the web browser/newsreader

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Participant ,
Jun 22, 2009 Jun 22, 2009

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You're being teased Phillip (as in not being literal); They know where to

find the WaterMonkey.

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Please note: I read this Forums through e-mail. If you respond to me; please

quote, otherwise I have no idea whom your response is addressed to or the

context. This is all thanks to how this forum doesn't work properly, yet.

Regards,

S.D.A. (Stephen)

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Explorer ,
Jun 22, 2009 Jun 22, 2009

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S.D.A. wrote:

You're being teased Phillip (as in not being literal); They know where to

find the WaterMonkey.

--

Please note: I read this Forums through e-mail. If you respond to me; please

quote, otherwise I have no idea whom your response is addressed to or the

context. This is all thanks to how this forum doesn't work properly, yet.

Regards,

S.D.A. (Stephen)

"...doesn't work properly, yet"

I have to admire your optimism there

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Mentor ,
Jun 22, 2009 Jun 22, 2009

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LATEST
>  Jun 22, 2009
>  Re: Crash a Discussion, or start it wherever

>  You're being teased Phillip (as in not being literal); They know where to

>  find the WaterMonkey.

>

>

>  --

>  Please note: I read this Forums through e-mail. If you respond to me; please

>  quote, otherwise I have no idea whom your response is addressed to or the

>  context. This is all thanks to how this forum doesn't work properly, yet.

>

>  Regards

>  S.D.A. (Stephen)

I know thet are

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Advisor ,
Jun 21, 2009 Jun 21, 2009

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~graffiti wrote:

John Joslin wrote:

Sea mokey ...


What's that then?

I've never heard of such a thing.

http://zyleeth.deviantart.com/art/Leafy-Sea-Mokey-97099333

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Engaged ,
Jun 21, 2009 Jun 21, 2009

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Wow! That's quite a Sea Mokey there... If Phillip's is anything like it, no wonder he can't stop talking about it!

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Engaged ,
Jun 21, 2009 Jun 21, 2009

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Here you guys... Sea Monkeys...

SEAMONKEY-737221.jpg

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Guide ,
Jun 21, 2009 Jun 21, 2009

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Kath-H wrote:

Multiple FF crashes here too, sticking with Safari for the forums. Sigh.

Kath,

For the past few days, I've been usinbg iCab.  All the customization capabilities I had in Firefox are gone, but these forums are running at top speed.  Incredible!

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