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dark_yux
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User Poll: Seamonkey

This is quite simple. Do you use SeaMonkey? What version? Portable?

Me:

Yes, 2.0a1pre, Portable.

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no

I dont.

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No, all, both. :P

No, all, both. Blum

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Tried it,

but still use FF.

There's no place like 127.0.0.1

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No

I've tried Seamonkey, but I've never really liked it much at all. It's not as easy to use (IMHO) and it just doesn't give you the same feel that Firefox does.

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No

FF3 User and loving it Smile

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I use Seamonkey and I really

I use Seamonkey and I really like it. 2.0a1pre, not portable. Where do I get a portable version of it?

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Instructions

First download the launcher here: https://portableapps.com/node/9266

Then follow the directions for install

Enjoy

Don't forget to create a batch file or manually delete the empty folders left from use in the user directory I personally used a custom batch file.

self.path = path if self.path == None else self.path

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