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New Web-based Mozilla Forum

Friday February 11th, 2000

Thomas Severinsen has created a new browser-based Mozilla forum. Available are a general discussion, a wishlist discussion, and a number of platform-specific discussion boards. Thomas is also looking for forum moderators, and for ideas for other forum topics. Contact him if you're interested in helping out.


#1 Righteous!

by Kovu <Kovu401@netscape.net>

Friday February 11th, 2000 7:53 AM

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I just asked Chris about this too (at my AmigaMozilla site <http://home.att.net/~Amiga401/amigamozilla.htm> Coincidence? probably.

#2 Where's the Mac section?

by Waldo

Friday February 11th, 2000 9:54 AM

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Just wondering. W

#3 Re: Where's the Mac section?

by mstearne <mstearne@eisolutions.com>

Friday February 11th, 2000 10:54 AM

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Exactly!!

#4 and ...

by gerbilpower <gerbil@ucdavis.edu>

Friday February 11th, 2000 8:06 PM

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Solaris, the variants of BSD, and other OSes that I regularily hear about?

Well I'm most concerned for the Mac section, since it is one of the three main OSes where builds are being worked on.

<:3)~~

#5 Pop-up question

by June <traci555@neo.rr.com>

Friday August 9th, 2002 6:09 AM

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Hi ! I'm not sure if this is where to ask, but I'll give it a shot. I installed Banner Blind add-on to remove my pop-up when surfing the web with Mozilla v1.0. The problem comes when I go to shopping websites, and they ask you to click on something for a closer view...the pop-up screen comes up with text, but no pic. (It works fine if I do the same thing in IE). I've tried disabling Banner Blind, but that doesn't seem to help. And that brings me toi the next questiom...how do you uninstall add-ons like Bannerblind & Mozcalc?

Thanks so very much !! I love Mozilla :)

#6 Mozilla 1.0 Back Button never worked on Windows

by untz

Wednesday August 21st, 2002 6:59 PM

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I have installed both, Mozilla 1.0 and Netscape 6.2, and the back button is always been inactivated. I really want to be able to use the back button, does anyone have any suggestions? The OS is use is Windows 2000 Professional.

-Unnsse

#7 Re: Mozilla 1.0 Back Button never worked on Window

by axel <axxel@mageos.com>

Monday October 28th, 2002 6:53 AM

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Just change your profile in profile manager and start again

Mozilla dont bite!

#8 location bar and history

by brock13 <brock13@hotmail.com>

Monday December 23rd, 2002 12:46 PM

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I use window washer which requires that I locate the file that contains the urls I have typed in. I know that I can clear this by going through preferences but I would like to take advantage of window washer and the other functions it does in a consolatated way....Can someone give me the path to the location bar where I type the urls. You have a good product and I really enjoy using it.

#9 Annoying lack of features

by baddog

Monday December 30th, 2002 3:07 PM

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I have two problems with Mozilla 1.1 1. I need the cache files to show their extensions. 2. 'Open with mozilla' in context menu only works if there are no spaces in the filenames.

Is there a user_pref string I can add to the javascript files to solve either the lack of extensions or the lack of %20% ?

#10 Menubar

by srishti

Wednesday May 21st, 2003 5:37 AM

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I am want to open the "Page Setup" dialog box in the "File" menu, thru a click of a button on a webpage using javascript or any other NON-Microsoft specific technology. In "IE" they can create an object of the browser by calling the ClassId and then using the "ExecWb" function in "VBscript" open the Page Setup, Print Preview, Properties, Print and other Dialog Boxes. Is there any thing similar to it in Mozilla which i can do?

#11 Menubar

by srishti

Wednesday May 21st, 2003 9:31 AM

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I am want to open the "Page Setup" dialog box in the "File" menu, thru a click of a button on a webpage using javascript or any other NON-Microsoft specific technology. In "IE" they can create an object of the browser by calling the ClassId and then using the "ExecWb" function in "VBscript" open the Page Setup, Print Preview, Properties, Print and other Dialog Boxes. Is there any thing similar to it in Mozilla which i can do?