Re: SeaMonkey Portable
Posted: Sat Jul 01, 2017 10:02 pm
That's very odd. I've contacted Andrew to see if something went wrong.
Thanks. Even if it ends up being a temporary error, duplicating information as a precautionary measure isn't wasted effort. I must have overlooked the original post, so I'm actually noticing this information for the first time.Midas wrote:I noticed the comment made by user robertcollier4 that I referenced in my customization post (http://www.portablefreeware.com/forums/ ... 837#p79837) is no longer available, so here's the transcript from the Internet Archive:
author of https://www.seamonkey-project.org/releases/seamonkey2.49.1/ wrote:
Automatic upgrades from previous versions are, for most configurations, disabled for this release. Please download the full installer from the downloads section and install SeaMonkey 2.49.1 manually over the previous version.
author of https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/seamonkey/addon/classic-firefox-theme-for-seam/reviews/#review-1024222 wrote:
I have updated the new version 0.0.22 a month ago but it isn't listed in the versions list and the reupload attempt ends with 'version 0.0.22 already exists' error !? Have no idea, what's wrong. Will send the feed to the AMO people.
Until solved, please find the temporary download of the SM 2.49.1 compatible version here (tested only on W8.1 and WXP, linux should work too):
http://pakokopa.szm.com/downloads/class ... .22-sm.xpi
And apparently, this isn't true anymore -- I don't see any such option when I visit https://addons.mozilla.org/, only the ugly green button below...Midas wrote: ↑Thu Mar 17, 2016 11:56 amAn even simpler (albeit completely counter-intuitive) route is available. If while going to be "Mozilla Add-ons" webpage you get a message like the one displayed below, you can still go ahead and click the "Download Anyway" link and follow suit to install it -- the worst that can happen is you will get a non-working extension, which you can easily remove via Seamonkey's 'Add-ons Manager' interface.
They're called grippies.