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Okay, thanks very much. So now: where do I find CS Lite, please?
Thunderbird just updated to 18.104.22.168. The restart disabled KeyConfig, however, I found the update that just came out today. I uninstalled the disabled KeyConfig and installed the new version. However, when I changed the TBrowse forward and back keys from Alt+Right Arrow to Ctrl+Right Arrow to accommodate my Logitech mouse buttons, I'm not getting any response.
Are you aware of any changes in 22.214.171.124 that would possibly cause this problem?
Thanks, and Happy New Year. -SA Jack
My personal install has yet to update (though, yes I heard about the release). I would say that it seems keyconfig just isn't fully supported (which I'm surprised because I never heard anything that would change keys in Thunderbird).
But looking through the buglist, I have a feeling that you need to:
Reset the keys for ThunderBrowse.
Change the keys for ThunderBrowse
and see if that works for you.
Hey man, thanks for a great add-on.
Have I done anything wrong, or are https-sites difficult to access with your extension.
If it still doesn't work, the website might be checking for a specific browser string.
Thanks for your response.
I use Thunderbird 126.96.36.199.
I tried again, something weird happened.
- Logging out sends me to a blank page, so I typed the adress again.
- Logging in this time sent me to firefox, with the log-in-form as it is when I enter the site in Firefox.
Thanks again for a great feature, and for your quick response.
I had a look at the page source. What happens is that the login form submits itself several times (many many times [a silly thing]).
When you click the Submit button:
It submits natively
The onSubmit runs a function (that ends up submitting it again)
The onClick on the submit button submits again
From the looks of it, it seems like the requests are conflicting with each other. This is one of the cases where poor website design affects usability.
You might notice that the webpage will launch in Firefox and will load in ThunderBrowse as well. It's like bug 67, where simultaneous requests cause Thunderbird to try to resolve the requests (which leads to Firefox being opened).
There is a workaround, but toggling it can be a bit of a hassle and breaks stuff (but it disables Thunderbird from resolving).
By setting network.protocol-handler.external-default to false, all requests will be ignored by Thunderbird. Nothing will launch firefox. The problem is, that this affects every extension (so you might get some broken ones). If you want to Visit in Browser, you will have to set the path to your browser.
A fix for bug 67 is supposed to be just toggling the pref, but I'm still trying to see if there is an easier way to block Thunderbird from doing this.
OK. I didn't understand a whole lot of what you just said.
But as log as you know about the problem, and know how to fix it, I will leave it to you to decide whether you should spend time on fixing a problem caused by others, or not. I know the site is quite old-school, but it's my university's form of communication, so I need to visit it regurlarly.
If you can find a way to fix it, I would be delighted, but totally understand if not.
Regards from Norway.
Heads up if you are trying to use ThunderBrowse on TB3.0b2pre, it won't work. Head over to the ThunderBlog for a link to a patch.
http://www.thunderbrowse.com/thunderblo ... tb30b2pre/
ThunderBrowse 3.2.3 beta 1 available for testing.
Find it here:
http://www.thunderbrowse.com/thunderblo ... 23-beta-1/
Cookies not enabled using Thunderbrowse 188.8.131.52
I have read all the various posts and installed CSLite, ensured that global settings are enabled for cookies. I have tried uninstalling and re-installing both CSLite and Thunderbrowse with re-boots between to ensure that there were not caching problems. I am trying to access Hotmail from Thunderbrowse and even set up Live.com as an exception in CSLite always allowed.
However, Thunderbrowse always displays "Cookies must be allowed". Please help.
Here's the reason:
If a cookie is sent via https, CS Lite tends not to be able to read it as Thunderbird has this odd habit of removing cookie headers from https data. This means most https sites cannot be logged in to. However, this is not always the case. Sometimes it will work, sometimes it will not.
Ron (creator of CS Lite) stated that he asked on #maildev but no one was able to help him out.
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