From: Konstantin Riabitsev <graf@re...> - 2000-08-23 20:28:28
On Wed, 23 Aug 2000, Lewis Bergman wrote:
> Very impressive!
Thanks, I'm fond of it, too.. ;)
> hmmm java though. When you think about it, probably the most efficient as far
> as trafiic I guess.
a very poor uplink here and every extra trip to the server and back is a
However, I understand that on the Intranet this is not a problem,
some time in the future. There other problems with the pure-HTML version
of it, though -- I'm not sure I can take the compose form and submit it
to the spellchecker, since the "action" property of that form is
hard-coded to be the innards of SquiirrelMail and I can't redirect it to
the spellchecker, if the spellchecker is a plugin.
I would think that the best solution would be to have a hard-coded
pure-HTML version of spellchecker in the SquirrelMail, and then have the
plugin optionally for users who would rather make one trip to the server
instead of several.
> This would give people who selected the java address book the java spellchecker
> and wouldn't print out the button for those without it. A little more multiuser
Maybe. As I mentioned, this is a functionality release and it'll be more
feature-rich in the future.
> I don't know if the above could would work. Also, the selection box in options would need to
> reflect that the java selection isn't just for the addressbook. What do you
I'll sleep on that and see what dreams may come, how about it? :)