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tpr

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Post Posted November 5th, 2002, 1:39 pm

I have a "small" problem with extensions. They do not want to install, if I understand those messages rightly. I have the newest version of phoenix. (nightly binary.)

When I am trying to download an extension from Phoenix Help, it gives me something like that:
<i>
You have chosen to download a file of type: "XML-Based User Interface Language" [mozilla.application/cached-xul] from chrome://communicator/content/xpinstall/

What should Phoenix do with this file?</i>

Is this a bug or have I f*cked up something?

Thanks for answers and sorry about my bad English.

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Post Posted November 5th, 2002, 1:51 pm

I was having this exact problem just after I installed an enabled a Theme (I think it may have been Aqua, or maybe Phoenity). I switched back to my primary Theme (Qute) and was able to download. Strange but true, hope it helps. I'm using the 0.4 milestone.

tmb

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Post Posted November 5th, 2002, 2:12 pm

tpr wrote:<i>
You have chosen to download a file of type: "XML-Based User Interface Language" [mozilla.application/cached-xul] from chrome://communicator/content/xpinstall/


Yes this has happened to me in yesterdays nightly
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also I have had menus disabled after installing stuff but have not tried to reproduce
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tpr

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Post Posted November 5th, 2002, 10:36 pm

Oh, that is weird but changing theme to classic helped. I was using phoenity.

Is it the problem with theme or phoenix's code? Well, hope somebody will fix it.

Thanks for help.

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Post Posted November 6th, 2002, 12:33 am

tpr wrote:Oh, that is weird but changing theme to classic helped. I was using phoenity.

Is it the problem with theme or phoenix's code? Well, hope somebody will fix it.


Yes, it's a problem with the theme(s). The classic theme is the only theme that's always up to date. These things will stabilize as the Phoenix project matures (say 0.8 or so).

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