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[quote=ndebord] [quote=4td8s] [quote=ndebord] Figured it out. I read a post at MozillaZine where they said that the nightlies have not yet fixed the SVG bug. I guess that fix is awaiting a patch on the 1.8.xx Gecko machine that has not been produced yet and according to what they're saying is depending upon a new 2.xxxx version of Thunderbird to come out. Not sure what's going on with the messenging people at TB.[/quote] the MozillaMessenging people havent gotten their priorities straighten out after TB3 was released, ndebord. there are [url=http://forums.mozillazine.org/viewtopic.php?f=29&t=1714375&start=0]some TB2 users already fed up[/url] of if and when a TB 18.104.22.168 release will be ready; and they're NOT gonna upgrade to TB3 at all. perhaps I'm thinking that the final release of KM 1.5.4 should be postponed/delayed until that SVG bug gets implemented, which I don't mind. I did test out KM 1.5.4 RC on a Vista SP2 laptop. It closes okay with only one browser tab. But when I close KM 1.5.4 that has multiple browser tabs, it crashes sometimes; pretty much the same thing I had with KM 1.5.3 on Vista.[/quote] 4td8s, I suspect that your wish will be granted as Dorian knows that the bug hasn't been fixed in the nightlies. As for TB and SM (for that matter) I think that they have very little influence over the direction the coders at Mozilla Corp are taking and were presented with a major release with big coding changes and told to take it or leave it. (Even some of the FF diehards are not enthused over SQLite.) If I had to venture a guess, I'd say that the builtin connections to Google (and its so-called white/black list) are mandated by those that pay the bulk of the Mozilla people's bills. I look forward to Gecko 1.9, but not to SQLite and all the baggage it brings with it in terms of integrated dBases for things like history, bookmarks, passwords, cookies too... I have FF 3.5.7 portable app version and have turned off as much of the overhead as I could and use Cookie Culler there (as I do here with KM). Haven't gone for FF 3.6 yet.[/quote]
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