Ulf Erikson wrote:
> * Andrew Mutch [2005-01-22 14:59]:
>> Did you install 0.9 over a previous version of K-Meleon? Please
>> re-install it in a new directory and let us know if that solves
>> your problems.
> Creating a new profile should be enough to get the new menus.
I want to use the default only, as I am the only user.
>>> Nothing I have sent has appeared in this list for some reason,
>>> although I am receiving the list regularly at
>>> cbfalconer@..., having registered for it.
... snip ...
>>> 3. The manual seems to be several versions behind. I have some
>>> suggestions, but they don't fit in this thread, so I will save
> The manual was put together as a single document by me short before
> the 0.8 release, but most of the text was written by Andrew for
> K-Meleon 0.5 and 0.6..
> My suggestion would be to remove that link (and menu entry) since
> no one is able to find enough time and energy to finish it nor to
> keep it up to date.
One problem is that it is not available as a single file,
preferably zipped or bz2d for download. Then it can be read,
annotated and edited offline. The time to correct it is as it is
being evaluated. It might well be created under texinfo, since
that would allow text, html, pdf, ps, etc. versions to be created
from the same source.
>>> I hope somebody is reading this, and can do something about
>>> enabling my postings to the list, and give some help.
> You post with a yahoo.com address but ask replies to worldnet.att.net.
> Which one did you subscribe to the mailing list?
My headers always are as on this message - From the yahoo, reply to
the worldnet address. It is not easy to change between e-mail and
usenet. Yahoo is a spam trap, but valid. I subscribed with the
worldnet address, got a confirmation e-mail, returned it, etc.
The distribution of this list could do with a reply-to header.
BTW are you the same Ulf Erikson as the one on comp.arch.embedded?
"If you want to post a followup via groups.google.com, don't use
the broken "Reply" link at the bottom of the article. Click on
"show options" at the top of the article, then click on the
"Reply" at the bottom of the article headers." - Keith Thompson