MyNetscape Working in Latest Builds
Tuesday July 6th, 1999
Asa Dotzler has some good news for those of you who use MyNetscape:
"The build from the fifth [of July] is the first one that I've been able to use to access myNetscape. The preference setting for start-up page also seems to function (crashed me when I set it but worked fine on next startup) so I set myNetscape as my start-up page. This is a big deal for me (and some others I'm sure) because I use myNetscape all the time and it was the one feature missing that was keeping me off of SeaMonkey."
If you are a MyNetscape user, give it a try. Visit the ftp site and get the latest build for your platform.
#1 Re:MyNetscape Working in Latest Builds
Wednesday July 7th, 1999 3:21 PM
Now, if only the Linux version would run as smoothly as the Windows version...
#2 Re:MyNetscape Working in Latest Builds
Thursday July 8th, 1999 1:58 AM
Not only is MyNetscape working, but background images in frames also work smoothly for the first time
#3 UNIX not working
Thursday July 8th, 1999 8:52 AM
Has anyone gotten the UNIX builds to work decently at all over the past week? They compile, but running them is a different story...the window is scrunched and non-resizable, and all the pull-down menus are empty (as of today).
#4 Re:MyNetscape Working in Latest Builds
Thursday July 8th, 1999 9:11 AM
Not being a spoil-sport.. but hasnt My Netscape been changed. I noticed that font sizes had been changed and a tweak or two to the HMTL.
#5 Seamonkey worked before MyNetscape Changed
Thursday July 8th, 1999 5:30 PM
Spoil-Sport: Yes, myNetscape did change. Mozilla, however, was reading myNetscape several days before the changes to the site.
#6 Seamonkey worked before MyNetscape Changed
Thursday July 8th, 1999 5:31 PM
wow, threaded. cool.