I guess I'm glad that I switched to GMail. Has anyone else noticed that Yahoo Mail no longer renders correctly in Mozilla? I wonder what they changed. I get this nasty shift to the right on a bunch of stuff.
this extension for firefox looks useful. i have yet to try it out myself.
I've never been much for stuff in my brower toolbar, though. I even turn off the personal links feature or whatever its called. For me, I like as much of the browser area to be page rendering space....
One of my favorite extensions for Mozilla is the one that lets you move your tabs around; I wish they'd make that feature standard!
With the win-blows machine I haven't had any issues with Mozilla and google, but I haven't checked Catfeeder lately.
no problems here.
just tried with mozilla (1.7) and firefox( 0.9.1) and both my gmail and the yahoo account works correctly...
I'll check it out more, and see what's going on.
Admittedly this does not explain rendering problems outside of an occassional glitch, but Yahoo! is doing some major migration stuff in some of their data centers (on the West Coast at least) and things have been just kind of flaky in general because of that.
In general I have seen a huge decrease in Web Developers testing with anything other than IE in the last few years. I guess they don't have the time/budget to check things out in Netscape anymore (much less Mozilla, KDE, etc). =(
I never seem to have the time to look into it, but I have often wondered if it would be possible to build an app that has most of the current rendering engines in it (and is easily upgradable) that could do some automated checking. I know that there are bits that can do optical recognition (my vocabulary is failing me here, but what I am referring to are the things that defeat the things that attempt to stop automated repeating signup forms --they have a .jpg [or whatever] with some stylized text and the user has to enter that text into an input form) and maybe something like that could be used to compare the rendered "images" rendered by the engines?
That Dreamweaver (or some other program) did exactly what you said; it'd put up preview Windows of IE and Netscape rendering, back in the day.
It was a while ago, though.
Catfeeder, I am seeing the right shift too.
I have also found that I cannot move messages to
different folders (unless I switch back to IE).
Have not been able to get any help on solving
this problem; if someone has a solution, please
post it! Thanks...
I've narrowed the problem down to affecting Mozilla on Linux, but I haven't gone any farther than that...I wonder if it's only affecting certain versions.
Your comment infers that you're running Windows; are you having problems with this in Mozilla on Windows?
alas, I, too experience said problem with my yahoo mail account. Fonts become really small, everything shifts to the right, and the page is just plain screwy!
SPread the love if you've got a solution!