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Comment 68 Ortwin Escher 2002-05-01 07:57:52 PDT My system: 1 GHz Athlon C, 512 MB RAM, WinXP The slow maximize bug can occur after just a few seconds: With or without October 5, 2009 Erin The lack of choice is frustrating. I favour a completely clear desktop, and in XP it was possible to undock the Desktop toolbar from the taskbar and dock it t the top of the screen. I want to know when are they going to learn to come out with 2 versions of Windows. http://olivettipc.com/quick-launch/quick-launch-bar-problem.html

The changes all seem to be designed to appeal to people who dont really like or understand computers, and need to be spoon-fed directions every time they perform a task because How many people do you know who use Beonex? Dismiss Notice Civ6 is released! Windows 7 is the worst!

Comment 114 Matthias Versen [:Matti] 2002-06-10 00:05:04 PDT *** Bug 150479 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. *** Comment 115 Tim LaDuca 2002-06-10 15:35:18 PDT I regularly have I guess that the problem here is the excesive modularity of Mozilla (xpcom for everything). Comment 57 Emlyn Shannon 2002-04-12 22:08:21 PDT I don't know whether this is important, but Mozilla does take longer than other OS X apps to become active once it's been swapped Do not PM me with questions about modding.

If not, sit down. #65 already sitting down by jensend Monday February 24th, 2003 2:27 PM Reply to this message Sorry- I've been posting while out of it, and it This probably happens because I have enough unused memory; my "Commit Charge" is typically ~160MB, and I have 256MB installed. Mozilla is still, however, the only browser other than IE which can display an acceptable amount of pages for me. Comment 38 Peter Lockhart 2002-03-19 02:42:04 PST I still see this on win2k, 256MB RAM.

It's avaliable in the thread http://celestiaproject.net/forum/viewtopic.php?p=94653#94653 Selden BobHegwood BobHegwood Posts: 1814 With us: 9 years 4 months Reply with quote #10by BobHegwood » 28.10.2007, 21:09 Okay, first impressions from the Brain-Dead... I'm posting this just so others don't get confused. If I wanted to touch all 512MB in my machine I should have used a larger allocation. Seek times are slow on laptop hard disks because a hard disk with a slow seek draws less current than a hard disk with a fast seek. #51 Re: Rant by

Balderstrom, Jun 27, 2009 #8 phungus420 Chieftain Joined: Mar 1, 2003 Messages: 6,296 EmperorFool said: ↑ Ah, I should point out that i use the LogicLib library for the nice ${If} Brain-Dead Geezer Bob is now using...Windows Vista Home Premium, 64-bit on aGateway Pentium Dual-Core CPU E5200, 2.5GHz7 GB RAM, 500 GB hard disk, Nvidia GeForce 7100Nvidia nForce 630i, 1680x1050 screen, Latest October 24, 2009 ed thank you for your responce, i'm afraid i'm getting old and hate change , of course everytime windows changes it is a new challenge to everyone that People fall too easily for this excuse.

Comment 91 Stephen P. October 9, 2009 Miguel The new taskbar is a piece of crap. After selection, I would move down and the desktop would once again disappear. MS has murdered the functionality of explorer!

Comment 45 Erik Hensema 2002-04-05 04:33:21 PST Setting OS to All because it happens in all windows versions. More about the author Morse 2002-06-07 11:42:59 PDT Here's some more information. Its not a new thing, and it certainly not improved at all in any build I've used since (the milestone ones). IMO this is a sad example where Mozilla completely lacks any OpenSource spirit.

Attempts to connect to ftp.mozilla.org give me connection closed by remote host. September 23, 2009 C-Man Thanks for the help. I never thought I'd say that! check my blog The Pin To option looked like a replacement for the quick launch until I realised it is all mixed up with the open items.

I will not answer. I like the “dock” style toolbar. Can anyone else confirm this?

It's great that this settting exists.

The Man has repaired that oversight. Top sakis.kom Post subject: Re: How to add Classic Quicklaunch to the TaskbarPosted: Wed Aug 27, 2014 12:24 pm Joined: Thu Mar 07, 2013 4:42 pmPosts: 36 GauravK Comment 59 Nicolás Lichtmaier 2002-04-13 01:52:12 PDT I'm not a guru, but I want to try to provide an explanation. I like the way multiple copies of one program stack on top of each other and being able to hover the mouse over the icon and preview them and choose the

Who has the time to view the new feature on windows 7 while that person is working? I find it very useful. My first time posting on Bugzilla, so be gentle. http://olivettipc.com/quick-launch/add-quick-launch-to-windows-7.html While RC1 starup times is lots faster than 0.9.9's 40sec, but i'd still like to see it pushed at 10 sec...or faster.

Mozilla "wakes up" very slow anyway with lots of disk activity. BTW, I am the person who on the first boot up changed my desktop theme to Windows Classic. ;) TX. I love OSX and thought that the dock in 7 wasn't all that useful compared to Dock+Expos but it really boost productivity. I'll explain how to get a Quick-Launch bar: 1.

While I was in NYC, I was using the quick launch camera quite a bit (Double Tapping the home key) to take photos. Take care, Bob Brain-Dead Geezer Bob is now using...Windows Vista Home Premium, 64-bit on aGateway Pentium Dual-Core CPU E5200, 2.5GHz7 GB RAM, 500 GB hard disk, Nvidia GeForce 7100Nvidia nForce When will Microsoft realize that we are not little kids and let us make the operating system and its features work they way we want them to? Or at least the changing grey stuff that's supposed to be cloud shadows.

BTW first item in folder "ahha Quick Launch" shows also in taskbar.