#26149 - 11/16/0202:25 PMAs much as I like Chimera.....
As much as I like Chimera 0.6, I find myself going back to Mozilla 1.1 again, due to the fact that Chimera just crashes too often. I did the hack with the icons for Chimera, not bad. Mozilla is also damned fast on this dualie 867, Chimera is a bit faster, but not by that much on this machine. Yet, faster doesn't do me a lot of good if it is prone to crashing that much, capiche? Have to try Chimera on my old iBook, that might be the browser for that old thing when I can't use the dualie.<br><br>How do you get a throbber into Chimera? I think I saw some links and stuff for that here, is that what that was about? Gizmo?<br><br><P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1><EM>Edited by mikeb_X on 11/16/02 09:26 AM (server time).</EM></FONT></P>
Weird, I haven't had Chimera crash in a long time! It is stable on my system...wonder what would happen if you deleted everything related to Chimera, including that one file that I can't think of off hand, and reinstall?<br><br>
The "lock" file... yeah, might help.<br><br>The links that I provided have throbber preplacements, including that navigation icon replacement app.<br><br>[color:red] Kiss My Banana!</font color=red><br>Visit me here!
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Crashes for me all the time too, so I stopped using it. And everytime it crashes that TalkBack utility comes up, which makes it even more irritating (I know why they have it--because it's still crashing so often ).<br><br>Great wits are sure to madness near allied.--John Dryden, "Absalom and Achitophel"
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#26155 - 11/16/0205:37 PMRe: As much as I like Chimera.....
Crashed on me twice this morning and soI went back to Mozilla for now. Twice within about 5 minutes. It ran for about 36 hours without a crash and then bada bing, twice in a row like I said, it went bye bye.<br><br>
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