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Tuesday, October 28th, 2003
12:46 pm
New Releases?
Any idea if or when a release of LL will come out that will support Moz 1.4+? I am currently using 1.4 on Gentoo Linux and I can't seem to log in at all and therefore I am a bit skeptical about using LL.
Monday, June 30th, 2003
3:59 pm
Getting rid of the Liz...
This is for Windows NT, 2000 and XP only. It may work with other versions of Windows. Users of other OS's should be able to figure out the general process.

The easiest way to totally remove LL is as follows (first, make sure you have a Mozilla installer handy somewhere, because you're going to need it.) You can download the latest version at mozilla.org.

Go to my programs\mozilla.org\Mozilla\defaults\profile\bookmarks.html.

Drag "bookmarks.html" out of the folder onto the desktop.

Close Mozilla and Quick Start (if running).

Go to Start, Settings, Control Panel, Add or Remove Programs.

Uninstall Mozilla completely.

Go to your installer and reinstall Mozilla.

Again, go to my programs\mozilla.org\Mozilla\defaults\profile

Drag "bookmarks.html" off the desktop into the "profile" folder.

When Windows asks if you want to replace the existing folder, click "yes."

Close everything, and restart Mozilla. You will have a fresh copy of whatever version you installed, with your bookmarks intact.

WARNING: don't try to install the new Mozilla until you have completely un installed the existing program, otherwise you will end up with LiveLizard again.
Saturday, May 3rd, 2003
3:05 pm
How do I delete livelizard? It now crashes Mozilla on start up!
Thursday, April 10th, 2003
11:03 am
Is Livelizard still an active project?
Mozdev has put Livelizard as an Abandoned project. Is anyone working on it anymore, and if so, where does the project reside now?

Current Mood: curious
Wednesday, April 9th, 2003
10:03 am
A little bit of a problem
I am using Mozilla 1.3 on a Mandrake 9.1 box, and when I trying to install LL, I get a permission denied message, which is odd, because I was installing under root...anyone have any ideas...I was trying to install 1.7, should I try a previous build?
Sunday, March 23rd, 2003
2:33 pm
LiveLizard does not work with latest Moz release 1.3

First of all, thanks for your work on a really slick client :-)

Like the subject says, LiveLizard doesn't work with the latest Moz release (1.3). I have made sure that the POST URL was correct, and I have tested on Windows XP and 2000 (Linux box is down). The window opens, but nobody's home :-(

I have created bug 3454; the gory details (JavaScript console errors, etc.) are posted there.

Thanks again!

Sunday, February 23rd, 2003
4:44 am
woohoo thanks guys it works :)
this client rox btw.
Saturday, February 22nd, 2003
5:50 pm
sorry for this retarded question...

but what should i do if when i try to install it tells me...

access denied. Im using mozilla and it gets to 100% on the lil installation bar when I click the link then bam access denied, no matter what version I try. Im new to linux so I apologize if this is retarded.

Wednesday, January 8th, 2003
4:12 pm

Hey all. I'm loving the LiveLizard so far... except for one nitpicky thing.

I like to format my paragraphs like this:

<p>This is one paragraph.</p>
<p>This is the next one.</p>

And so on. But LiveLizard doesn't seem to want to do that. Instead, it inserts a <br> every time I hit enter to make a paragraph break.

Am I doing something wrong? Or is this a bug supposed to be that way?

Tuesday, January 7th, 2003
3:29 pm
LiveLizard 1.7 Patch (20030107)
LiveLizard 1.7 Patch (20030107)

Info: I disabled switching between HTML and Source view to make LiveLizard 1.7
working with Mozilla 1.2.1. Just put this patched editor.js into your
[$MOZILLA_DIR]\chrom\livelizard\content\livelizard\ directory.
Errors and exceptions in JavaScript console still remain. Use this patch on your
own risk!

Thanks to hostmaster@perusion.com for the hint.


[Get the patch]

Current Mood: happy
Saturday, December 7th, 2002
10:27 am
Can't log in
I think this is not because the 'login button' isn't working, but somehow the address gets bumped out of the 'server post URL' field in the server settings preferences. I would simply enter it back in and probably log on just fine if I knew what that address was. Can someone post it, please? I couldn't find it on the mozdev pages nor on this board. Help! I wanna use my livelizard!
Tuesday, December 3rd, 2002
7:53 pm
Chimera version?
Hi all. I'm new to the community.

Does LiveLizard work with Chimera? And does it need any special modifications to do it?

Saturday, November 16th, 2002
9:17 pm
Anyone know the switch from the command line so I can just type something like 'mozilla -livelizard' to make Livelizard run without running mozilla first?
Saturday, September 14th, 2002
9:39 pm
Livelizard 1.7!

Yes, its finally out.  No it doesn't contain satchmoz's patch, but I'm sure we'll sneak it in there really soon.  You can grab it from http://livelizard.mozdev.org/installation.html.  For your HTML-editing pleasure, I also recommend grabbing Composite from  http://composite.mozdev.org/installation.html, Composite is a cousin of livelizard, and can be used to insert HTML into any textarea, so you can do HTML in your replies.

Livelizard now works in Mozillas 1.01 and newer, including NS7.  I've fixed bugs 2040 and 1692 and marked as works-for me bugs 1985, 1718.  

Posted with Livelizard

Current Mood: tired
Thursday, September 12th, 2002
10:57 pm
Yes, livelizard is currently broken
I see many of you are annoyed at LL, unfortunately I've been distracted, but until then, I give you Composite, which will allow you to edit HTML in any <textarea> by hitting ctrl-e (I'm not sure if the keybinding is fixed for mac...).  Updates from Composite will be making it back into livelizard, you can download composite here.
10:32 am
So, why does Livelizard replace my spinner?
When I installed Livelizard, my spinner widget, which previously had been controlled by the theme I was operating, reset to the default size, which made my navigation toolbar look funny. I think this is kind of interesting, since the Livelizard interface doesn't even use the spinner. I can't find any way to manually override this and restore my old spinner, either, which kind of sucks. I made a few comments in the thread about uninstalling Livelizard below, outlining some of the results of me attempting to solve this problem. Mostly, attempts to remove Livelizard helped the immediate issue, but created a lot more (and worse) problems. Any ideas on how to fix this/restore my spinner, as it worked previously?

Current Mood: confused
Wednesday, September 11th, 2002
11:21 am
Type in a subject, hit tab, and type again, and "update journal" posts a blank entry.  Several blank entries.  Perhaps the next field after the title field should be the text field!

Posted with Livelizard

11:11 am
a working version
argh, that was really annoying.  I'm running Mozilla on a SGI under IRIX 6.5.

Livelizard 1.6 won't log in under Mozilla 1.0 or 1.1b
Livelizard 1.5 won't log in under Mozilla 1.1b
Livelizard 1.5 works under Mozilla 1.0... at least it looks like it might... couldn't type in the text fields after logging in, until I restarted this window.

It doesn't look like this is necessarily worth the effort... will MozBlog crosspost to both LJ and blogger at the same time?  Will livelizard ping blogtracker or weblogs.com?  Is there any real advantage to LL?

Posted with Livelizard

Sunday, September 8th, 2002
11:55 pm

This might be important...

Current Mood: listless
Saturday, September 7th, 2002
9:01 am
New Patch
This patch when applied to the current cvs tree, does everything my last patch does (edit previous posts) & fixes the bug I was having with livelizard under Mozilla 1.1. I do not know if this patch is compatible with Mozilla 1.0, so just a warning.

Current Mood: geeky
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