Due to. Bug 1383642 – OVH servers are down (e.g. http://l10n.mozilla-community.org/, mozilla.si) and information at mozilla.dev.apps.seamonkey and mozilla.dev.l10n (l10n.mozilla-community.org ❔) there are some server problems, it’s unclear how long it will take to solve the problems.
One of my favorite add-ons crashes latest SeaMonkey Trunk-Builds like
UNofficial (by FRG) en-US SeaMonkey 2.52a1 (NT 6.1; Win64; x64; rv:55.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/55.0 Build 20170513191754 (Default Classic Theme) on German WIN7 64bit
When I launch SeaMonkey it crashes immediately if PrefBar add-on is active.
The problem is not Win64; x64 related.
- Bug 1364078 – CRASH when launch with add-on PrefBar enabled
- mozillazine Bug 26367 – SM 2.52 latest Trunk Builds CRASH when launched with Premier enabled
Can someone confirm the problem❔
Any theory concerning the roots of the problem❔
The SeaMonkey project is entirely driven by volunteers, and we will need some more of them, as FRG (Frank-Rainer Grahl) told on mozillazine.
With some HTML and XHTML knowledge (and some endurance, of course) for example you can do substantial contribution to SeaMonkey Help. Also required: Translation to other languages than English for Help-chapters, Add-Ons, Wiki-pages…
Don’t be shy, leave a comment how we can reach you and where you see your skills for contribution.
With my Server-Installation of unofficial (by FRG) en-US SeaMonkey 2.50a1 (NT 6.1; WOW64; rv:53.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/53.0 Build 20161211141438 (Default Classic Theme) on German WIN7 64bit I observe some problems with Send-Later-Addon. First my suspect was that there only is a problem that time shift sent emails will not become copied into Sent Folder; works fine if I use [Send Now] for sending immediately. But the problem seems to be more serious, today all my time shift test emails did not reach sender, they are lost. Currently I can’t tell whether the problem only affects time shift sending or whether there is a deeper problem in the send process.
I did my tests only with a POP3 email account.
As long as there is no real knowledge concerning the circumstances I recommend not to use those latest Trunk builds for sending (important) Emails.
In the Project-Blog Edmund Wong wrote a status report concerning progress for a new SeaMonkey Release. Short résumé: unfortunately Heracles and Sisyphos dodged, so he has to do the job. Although there still are some (known and probably still unknown, for example Bug 1305915 – compile bustage for 2.46) problems he estimates that we will get a new SeaMonkey Release 2.46 in near future.
For impatient users some SeaMonkey 2.46 test builds (unfortunately not for MAC, nobody here who can help with his private builds?) :
With today’s WINDOWS build I observed the Problems described in Bug 1300530 – “Edit As New” opens broken HTML Composition Window with missing contents, possibly add-on-related. and others. It would be great if some of you could help to narrow down the roots of the problem.