... I m always online (cable modem), so I m not sure what that would mean, but just to check it out, I added the width and height parameters. No apparentMessage 1 of 3 , Aug 1, 2003View SourceLarry Thomas wrote:
> I am not real sure about parameters but on one try I removed theI'm always online (cable modem), so I'm not sure what that would mean, but
> -width 799 -height 599 parameters which follow -quiet on the line
> and my Mozilla started going on line every time I launched it.
just to check it out, I added the width and height parameters. No apparent
> As for your two windows, I also had two windows but after I placedIt's fixed now after downloading the latest build and setting UseDDE back to
> all of Harvey's settings in my Browsers.dat, they went away and I
> only have the one I want now.
... Well I *WAS* going to say, That *can t* be -- my build is from June 30th! , but I got today s nightly build, set UseDDE to 0, and now it works -- only oneMessage 2 of 3 , Aug 1, 2003View Sourcehsavage wrote:
> What build of Mozilla are you running, I usually download the latestWell I *WAS* going to say, "That *can't* be -- my build is from June 30th!",
> beta every day, now it is 2003073110. If you're running an older
> version that may be part of your trouble with double windows, I've
> seen them many times myself.
> NoteTab may have a little to do with the doubles but, I think much of
> the problem is in Mozilla. The latest builds have been much better in
> this area. If your build is old and you may want to get the latest,
> go to this page, down toward the bottom for the Win32 version.
but I got today's nightly build, set UseDDE to 0, and now it works -- only
one Moz Window! So thanks!
Also, the June 30th build I was using was the one with SVG and MathML
support compiled it, and the new one I got to work was the "plain jane"
Mozilla (1.5 alpha). I don't know if that was the problem, or if I just got
the occasional "bad build". I'll probably try an SVG build in a few days
again (though Mozilla's work on SVG hasn't exactly been stellar recently).
OT: Anyone know if Firebird supports the Adobe SVG plugin? "Regular"
Mozilla doesn't -- they are supposedly trying to do it natively.
Also, when I specify Opera as the alternate browser in Notetab and launch a
doc in it, Opera always comes up minimized (or at least "behind" Notetab).
IE and Moz launch in the foreground. I would like Opera to do this as well.
Any ideas? This is the config I've been using (pulled from one of these
lists aeons ago):
DdeCommand=Opera.exe /nowin /e
... recently). ... Jelks, I don t know if you noticed, there is what looks like a Mozilla version that incorporates SVG and MathML on the same page youMessage 3 of 3 , Aug 4, 2003View SourceJelks Cabaniss wrote:
> hsavage wrote:recently).
>> What build of Mozilla are you running,
> Also, the June 30th build I was using was the one with SVG and MathML
> support compiled it, and the new one I got to work was the "plain jane"
> Mozilla (1.5 alpha).
> I don't know if that was the problem, or if I just got
> the occasional "bad build".
> I'll probably try an SVG build in a few days
> again (though Mozilla's work on SVG hasn't exactly been stellar
I don't know if you noticed, there is what looks like a Mozilla version
that incorporates SVG and MathML on the same page you downloaded 'plain
jane'. At least, from the filedate, it's a very current version.
direct DL link
As to bad builds, I've had several, trouble is sometimes small unnoticed
error sneak in and start to grow for a few builds. To overcome this
problem I save several builds that I'm sure work correctly. If a build
gets out of hand I just revert to a previous 'good build'.
I'm copying this to off-Topic list so, if need be, we can continue on