Don’t ask what SeaMonkey can do for you, but what you can do for your SeaMonkey

Innoffizielle BuildsDespite all big problems, we have a first unofficial  2.44a1 SeaMonkey Build – even localized with several languages 🙂

Please use this unofficial build for intensive tests, but be careful, create a backup of your User Profile before you start!

Most functions work fine for me, but:

Only for testing, you will use those builds on your own risk.

WANTED! Tot oder Lebendig. Große Belohnung!

WANTED! Dead or alive! Valuable Reward!

Who will submit the  second Bug for this build? Or confirm the first one?

The reporter of the first valid regression bug will receive a  coffee mug from the SeaMonkey shop — besides  a shoutout  on all communication channels.   🙂



The Coffee Mug Competition:
The goal is to interest new volunteers in SeaMonkey QA.  So well known key players like developers with more than 4 pushed fixes (for all Mozilla), supporters from  SeaMonkey:Supporters, Council-members, other users listed at dev/project-areas, /Modules/All#SeaMonkey (all: state 06.02.2016 08:00 UTC)  or users with more than 50 “touched” Bugs on Mozilla.Bugzilla will not be eligible. I will donate the coffee mug, and so I will decide who the award winner will be. The competition will run until the first valid 2.44a regression bug will have been reported by an eligible user, but not longer than until 20103-06 24:00 UTC. The decision will be final!  Good luck!

 

About Rainer Bielefeld

QA-Volunteer in the SeaMonkey Project. Hiere in the Blog you see me as Rainer Bielefeld, for technical reasons sometimes also as RrBd57 from my Twitter-account
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16 Responses to Don’t ask what SeaMonkey can do for you, but what you can do for your SeaMonkey

  1. Possibly valid bug reports for Coffee Mug Competition:
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    benl (New to Bugzilla) 2016-02-07 08:41:54 CET — Bug 1246466 – Browser: Context Menu ‘Save image as …’ does nothing

  2. David says:

    Is it just the MS-Windows version of SeaMonkey 2.44a1 available for download and testing? I tried to find a Linux version, but could only find 2.43a1.

  3. XFox says:

    Ehm… cannot participate, no OS X versions… 🙁

  4. d4rkn1ght says:

    Nice to see that the wheels still turning despise Mozilla bad news. 🙂

  5. Codehawker says:

    What’s the difference between /pub/seamonkey/nightly/latest-comm-aurora/ and /pub/seamonkey/nightly/latest-comm-central-trunk/?

  6. R. Mmlt says:

    Wow. Did you turbocharge 2.44a1 for linux 64? Don’t tell me its my imagination. I jumped off 2.39 on to 2.44 using same profile and immediately noticed a big difference. Have not noticed any problems yet except it may be too fast … ha.

  7. 🙂 We have a winner for the Coffee Mug Competition:
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    User benl (New to Bugzilla) 2016-02-15 05:45:24 CET with Bug 1248324 – CRASH after double-click on Title Bar (+ Bug 1246466 – Browser: Context Menu ‘Save image as …’ does nothing)
    Congratulations!

  8. Ronnie says:

    you guys are great for keep seamonkey going… thanks to all.

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  11. John H says:

    1.Load the Page.
    2.Save the page to the default directory
    3.Close the page.
    4.Open the saved page by the default name, such as APnews(4).html
    5.Select Edit from the menu
    6.In edit mode, select save as: and title the edit file with the desired name such as: Certainty Obama once had about

    Britain has been shattered.
    7.Close the file.
    8.Navigate to the original “saved” page such as: APnews(4).html , and erase it.
    9.Select the file with the desired title and open it as a saved html file in the browser.
    10.If the file reads correctly,
    11.close it and move on.
    OR!!
    1.The browser COULD offer the option to SAVE AS and possibly speed-up the entire process of correctly titling a saved html!

    Thanks.

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