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finn111
 
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Post Posted April 24th, 2017, 2:03 pm

As the title states "seamonkey how to stop unsecured page warning signs" I get the Block and unblock screens also. Is there a config line that I can edit to stop these annoying pop ups? ](*,) Also what can I do to help with Seamonkey development? I am retired and have over 37 of IT years experience. I was originally trained as a Programmer Analyst although aside from writing some scripts I have never been a paid programmer but still may learn some new tricks. I was a Core Systems Specialist. I see you need help let me know if I can!

Noah Werka
 
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Post Posted April 24th, 2017, 2:44 pm

Go to the dropdown menu for Edit. Then click Preferences...Privacy and Security...SSL/TLS...uncheck appropriate boxes. That's what werked for me.

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finn111
 
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Post Posted April 26th, 2017, 8:27 am

Thank you that worked. I figured that it would I just didn't want to completely disable the warnings since they may be of value in certain situations. They were popping up on just about every page that I accessed and that had to stop. I was hoping for a more subtle solution not all or nothing. but it is what it is. =D>

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Post Posted May 2nd, 2017, 9:16 am

finn111 wrote:Also what can I do to help with Seamonkey development? I am retired and have over 37 of IT years experience. I was originally trained as a Programmer Analyst although aside from writing some scripts I have never been a paid programmer but still may learn some new tricks. I was a Core Systems Specialist. I see you need help let me know if I can!

finn111, for some ideas how to help, look at the second half of viewtopic.php?f=3&t=3029957 which has just been posted. As usual, community projects are chronically low on active contributors, SeaMonkey is no exception to that rule. Thus, anyone who wants to contribute is certainly welcome! 8-)

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