bugs in rc1

Chris Richardson techlist at cantella.com
Mon Jun 4 15:16:27 CEST 2007

Opera is a strange browser and has alot of issues. I dont know how much 
people actualy feel like supporting it. I think support for IE and FF 
varents are enough to cover most browsers.


Chris Fordham wrote:
> My friend confirms that the bottom button to send message on compose 
> page doesn't work in Opera/Windows.
> On Mon, 04 Jun 2007 17:39:51 +1000, Thomas Bruederli 
> <roundcube at gmail.com> wrote:
>> till wrote:
>>> On 6/3/07, till <klimpong at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> I resolved 2. I am not sure where the error was, I worked through
>>> sendmail.inc and changed the code format everywhere, added brackets
>>> (curley and round) and did stuff like if ($foo === false) instead of
>>> if (!$foo) and so on.
>> Well sending works for me and it seems to work for most of the RC
>> users (otherwise we would be spammed with complaints...)
>>> I also put the function add emoticons and identities into their own
>>> class file.
>>> I see if I can provide a diff later on. Do I need to check out trunk 
>>> for
>>> rc1?
>> Trunk is the one you should work with. If some changes are worth to be
>> released as a patch for 0.1-rc1 we will manually move them to the
>> according branch.
>> ~Thomas

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