Den 11-10-06 06.22 skrev Matthew Willis følgende:
> The Mozilla Calendar Project is please to announce the release of
> Sunbird and Lightning 0.3.
> Thanks to the hard work of our localizers, both Sunbird and Lightning
> are available immediately in 17 different locales.
Will it be possible to get a new build later? We have some problems with
the danish version. It seems the install files has to be saves as UTF-8,
and not just be coded with the escaped characters as in other files.
Thus all the special danish characters in the install windows i shown as
the escaped characters like \u00f8 which is not very pretty, and not
There is also a problem in the Lightning files which we haven't been
able to correct due to the freezing.
Forgive me if you have seen these before, but my isp news is all over
I installed Sunbird 0.3 while 0.2 was running and although it installed
ok, only my repeat appointments and birthdays were shown, all the
holidays and on-off reminders were missing.
I discovered that 0.3 had installed to a new directory (Mozilla sunbird)
while my original (0.2) was in 'Sunbird'. I uninstalled 0.3 and that
emptied the new folder. I then started from the Sunbird folder and
although it threw up a couple of error messages I got 0.2 with all the
original appointments, holiday and stuff back.
Now can someone tell me how to install 0.3 and retain all my settings?
I have not touched any profiles.
> On Fri, 13 Oct 2006 03:46:42 UTC, Matthew Willis wrote:
>> Peter Weilbacher wrote:
>>> Can someone please upload them as contributed builds?
> That's great, thanks. Unfortunately, OS/2 users discovered a problem
> with it in TB 1.5.0.x builds, which were built with an older GCC. I
> would therefore be thankful, if you could get
> http://weilbacher.org/temp/lightning-0.3.en-US.os2_libc05.xpi > (MD5SUM 009f61dd2c5435d5e3231701f4713f5f)
> and upload that in addition to the existing one. Not sure if you want to
> rename them to something better but in the .README you could add
> to be used with builds of Thunderbird 1.5.0.x (based on libc05.dll)
> to be used with newer builds of Thunderbird 2.x that are based on libc061.dll
> As the DLL dependence is listed on the OS/2 download page this should
> help users at least a bit to determine with one to download.
> Thanks in advance,
Congratulations guys. Looking forward to seeing the new Roadmaps, you
guys are very good at that. Hope the extra developer time from the
OO.Org guys will help too.