{OT} I Can't Be Arsed ..

Discussion in 'UK Motorcycles' started by genuine_froggie, Mar 5, 2005.

  1. genuine_froggie, Mar 5, 2005
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    Andy Hewitt Guest

    Yes, and it has a pop-up that over-rides the pop-up blocking in Firefox!
    Go figure.
    Andy Hewitt, Mar 5, 2005
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    Tosspot Guest

    Eh, didnt with me. FF 0.9.3. Hmmm...thats a bit out of date aint it.
    Tosspot, Mar 5, 2005
  4. It didn't with me either. 1.0.1
    Whinging Courier, Mar 5, 2005
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    Tosspot Guest

    Oooh, i've got that waiting to be installed. Anything I shoud know
    before I click 'Install the fucker'?
    Tosspot, Mar 5, 2005
  6. The weather's going to be milder into the middle of next week.

    Re: FF. There are more extensions available for it but other than that
    it looks and handles the same.
    Whinging Courier, Mar 5, 2005
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    Tosspot Guest

    Done. Cheers.
    Tosspot, Mar 5, 2005
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    Stonge Guest

    If for nothing else, I'd recommend it purely for its tabbed browsing - it's
    transformed my life. So go ahead, ITF.
    Stonge, Mar 5, 2005
  9. Safari 1.2.4 handled it without breaking into a sweat.

    Pfft .. bunch o' girls' blouses..
    genuine_froggie, Mar 5, 2005
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    Andy Hewitt Guest

    I'm on 1.0.1 as well, but as I closed the main window there was another
    asking me to download a weather tool for Windows XP.

    Bit of a sill one really as I'm using the Mac version, and I also have
    the weather extension installed already.

    Otherwise FF is now my default browser, along with Thunderbird for mail.
    A very nice pair of apps they have become.
    Andy Hewitt, Mar 5, 2005
  11. Yep. I very rarely use IE now. I don't miss the functionality of IE at
    all. The best thing about Thunderbird is the adaptive junk filter and I
    only use TB for mail.
    Whinging Courier, Mar 5, 2005
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    Andy Hewitt Guest

    It certainly very good, although IME it doesn't do any better than the
    one in Apple's Mail app.
    Andy Hewitt, Mar 6, 2005
  13. It beats OE, and tbh, that's all I've ever used before. I tried
    Incredimail a while ago but kicked that into the bin after less than a
    week. I've never used a Mac for more than a few minutes either.
    Whinging Courier, Mar 6, 2005
  14. If Apple Mail would allow manual changing of headers, it'd be the
    genuine_froggie, Mar 6, 2005
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    Lord Frag Guest

    Andy Hewitt barfed:
    It got blocked on my FF, 1.0.1
    Lord Frag, Mar 6, 2005
  16. I still use Apple's Mail client, but only 'cos I can't for the fscking life
    of me get sendmail/fetchmail running under OS-X. sendmail runs, I can
    telnet to port 25; fetchmail runs, but can't rewrite recipient. Yet I
    can't see my mail in mutt. It _should_ be easy. I've set up ****-knows
    how many sendmail wotsits... :-(

    If anyone who hasn't killfiled me yet reads this, and knows OS-X enough,
    I'd be grateful of a hand..
    genuine_froggie, Mar 6, 2005
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    Andy Hewitt Guest

    I think you can get some TP mods to do that though. However, I do find
    that most TP mods for Mail or Safari tend to introduce unreliability
    too. The Extensions in FF and TB seem to work very well.
    Andy Hewitt, Mar 6, 2005
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    Andy Hewitt Guest

    That's true, I've used the one in OE as well. I also use, as you can
    see, a Spamcop email account, most of my mail comes through this, so I
    only get the odd one or two spams making through to my machine.
    Andy Hewitt, Mar 6, 2005
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    Andy Hewitt Guest

    There's a GUI app for setting up PostFix now, dunno if that'd help. I
    downloaded a copy off www.versiontracker.com.
    Andy Hewitt, Mar 6, 2005
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    Andy Hewitt Guest

    Aye, and others too it seems. I do have blocking turned on as well!
    Andy Hewitt, Mar 6, 2005
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