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tolremeno

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Post Posted June 4th, 2003, 2:58 pm

willll wrote:I'm still getting <a href="http://users.rcn.com/levines5/tuberculosis.png">this problem</a>. Its easy to make it go away, but i comes again as soon as I start thunderbird again.

i've seen that before, but it's been quite a few builds back. bizarre.
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Post Posted June 4th, 2003, 4:06 pm

willll wrote:I'm still getting <a href="http://users.rcn.com/levines5/tuberculosis.png">this problem</a>. Its easy to make it go away, but i comes again as soon as I start thunderbird again.

Try deleting the XUL.mfl in your profile's salt folder and restarting.

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Post Posted June 4th, 2003, 4:36 pm

Sailfish wrote:
willll wrote:I'm still getting <a href="http://users.rcn.com/levines5/tuberculosis.png">this problem</a>. Its easy to make it go away, but i comes again as soon as I start thunderbird again.

Try deleting the XUL.mfl in your profile's salt folder and restarting.
I have already tried that numerous times, and it always reappears. I have also discovered other methods of making it temporarily disappear. btw, its slt, not salt.

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Post Posted June 4th, 2003, 5:01 pm

Tom Sommer wrote:
Code: Select all
XML Parsing Error: unclosed token Location: http://phoenity.com/bird/ Line Number 5, Column 46:</html> ---------------------------------------------^


Gotta load it in IE :-(

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Post Posted June 4th, 2003, 5:15 pm

willll wrote:
Sailfish wrote:
willll wrote:I'm still getting <a href="http://users.rcn.com/levines5/tuberculosis.png">this problem</a>. Its easy to make it go away, but i comes again as soon as I start thunderbird again.

Try deleting the XUL.mfl in your profile's salt folder and restarting.
I have already tried that numerous times, and it always reappears. I have also discovered other methods of making it temporarily disappear.

okay then, good luck on finding out what it is...
willll wrote:btw, its slt, not salt.

I believe it's derived from, this.

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Post Posted June 4th, 2003, 11:10 pm

willll wrote:I'm still getting <a href="http://users.rcn.com/levines5/tuberculosis.png">this problem</a>. Its easy to make it go away, but i comes again as soon as I start thunderbird again.


I have seen something similar in firebird - when i try to add a toolbar button for a button that does not have an icon it does it. I was using Trivial (adds extra buttons) but becasue the theme dosent support it i get that. Might help. Try removing it with the customise toolbar

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Post Posted June 4th, 2003, 11:48 pm

It would be nice if Thunderbird would tell me which one of my several accounts doesn't support secure authentication, instead of just referring to "server".

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Post Posted June 5th, 2003, 12:47 am

gdeka wrote:
willll wrote:I'm still getting <a href="http://users.rcn.com/levines5/tuberculosis.png">this problem</a>. Its easy to make it go away, but i comes again as soon as I start thunderbird again.


I have seen something similar in firebird - when i try to add a toolbar button for a button that does not have an icon it does it. I was using Trivial (adds extra buttons) but becasue the theme dosent support it i get that. Might help. Try removing it with the customise toolbar

I'm still having the same problem with the Phoenity theme in Firebird. The Manage Bookmarks dialog has it.
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Post Posted June 5th, 2003, 1:57 am

I tried to download, bunzip2 and untar the 2003-06-03 Linux build to my Red hat 8.0 machine. Having prepended the binaries directory to my PATH I tried typing `thunderbird' and got this:

(thunderbird-bin:20651): Gdk-WARNING **: gdkdrawable-x11.c:787 drawable is not a pixmap or window

Not sure if this is a RedHat problem, or me not doing the right things, or a real problem with the 2006-06-03 build. BTW, the Win32 builds look real nice which is why I was tempted to try it on Linux too.

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Post Posted June 5th, 2003, 9:07 am

mscott wrote:6) the MNG image decoder is no longer part of the build. The throbber has been converted to an animated GIF. Thanks to Pavlov for providing the new animated gifs. This allows us to save over 300K by not including the decoder.


Saves 300k on my 40+ GB hard drive. Whoop-de-doo. :-(
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Post Posted June 5th, 2003, 12:16 pm

Hi,
does anyone know where to download a build that runs with Debian Woody? I still use the May 4 build, and kind of feel that i miss out on something...

Thanks

Zoidi

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Post Posted June 5th, 2003, 1:57 pm

gdeka wrote:Try removing it with the customise toolbar
I've done that. It removes it only temporarily.

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Post Posted June 5th, 2003, 2:43 pm

peterlairo wrote:Saves 300k on my 40+ GB hard drive. Whoop-de-doo. :-(


I guess on dial-up it could be(come) an issue if you test Firebird and Thunderbird nightlies.

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Post Posted June 5th, 2003, 5:55 pm

So, about those icons ...

http://www.phoenity.com/bird/ (doesn't seem to render right in mozilla)

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Post Posted June 10th, 2003, 9:25 am

peterlairo wrote:Saves 300k on my 40+ GB hard drive. Whoop-de-doo. :-(


Could be mistaken here, but I think it saves 300k from your memory when the app is loaded. Still.... not really worth it IMO.

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