Mr. Tinkles wrote:Okay, I'll go first. Overall I love it. The one thing that irritates the dickens out of me is that if I try to check my netscape mail account from within Mail and Newsgroups (as oppsed to using webmail), I get logged out of standalone AIM. Get some error message about logging into another service with the same screenname, and standalone AIM dumps me.
Before anyone says "just use integrated AIM", it is because I am using the integrated IM as ICQ, not AIM/NIM.
Other than that, I have zero complaints about NS7.
Shark Daddy wrote:Mr. Tinkles wrote:Other than that, I have zero complaints about NS7.
Just read it again.
Mr. Tinkles wrote:Other than that, I have zero complaints about NS7.
James wrote:Frustrated over loss of the use of my side buttons on my mouse.>
My Intellimouse,with wheel only cannot be set up in any useful way since NS6.x and earlier Mozillas.How does one do it?
<Still ticked that AOL and Real Player decided to place their bloody icons in every possible place.>
I am in automatic delete mode. I got over it long ago.
<Pissed that my mail continues to open with news that I don't want, instead of a blank as it should be. Why I should be forced to go into some file to fix this is beyond me.>
If I understand what you are saying, it can be fixed easily from Mail Preferences, unchecking box which tells to open with a certain path. And, best of all, grab hold of the "thinger" on the divider, and drag it down. That's how Mail Preview has ben fixed since 4.x or earlier. I never see anything which I do not want this way.
<Frustrated that after having deleted Mozilla and installing Netscape I discover all my settings (obviously deleting Mozilla did not delete my user profile as I thought it would) are still intact but are NOW part of Netscape's profile.>
Profiles were never remove in any Netscape version which I can remember. And, one thing that may have not been so obvious with 4.x, is that new profiles must be created. It is a bit more work than deleting unrequested icons, but much better performance is guaranteed. Mozilla 1.0 and Netscape7.0 are basically the same, so the Profiles can be interchangeable. But, this is not desirable.
That's way I subscribe to the one browser one profile principle.
This is the new Mozdemocracy.
<Overall: not very pleased.>
It took me all the NS post 4.x to learn about some idiosyncracies, but most of the problems are not really problems, although I have a list of my own. But, what the heck, if one saw NS6.0, 7.0 is heavenly!
James wrote:Pissed that my mail continues to open with news that I don't want, instead of a blank as it should be. Why I should be forced to go into some file to fix this is beyond me.
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