Thunderbird Error Application.ini
If the problem disappears, you know it's from an add-on. Risk to taking this patch (and alternatives if risky): Worst case, application.ini will contain a wrong comment on non-browser builds, and the same comment as it does today on browser builds. Have you tried disabling all add-ons (just to check), to see if Firefox goes back to normal? Comment 2 Mike Kaply [:mkaply] 2012-02-22 06:25:55 PST Based on my reading of the file, the only thing that is read from the default override.ini is the profile migrator. have a peek here
Firstly, if you wish to disable the "Crash Report" then see - http://www.askvg.com/how-to-disable-mozilla-crash-reporter-aka-breakpad-in-firefox-thunderbird-and-seamonkey/ NEXT, Ensure that you purge the folder under the "Pending" or "Submitted" periodically if you are yet using It will be great if you are aware of how to fix the problem alone. It really ought to be as simple as a checkbox in the installer. Comment 1 Don Kleppinger 2013-11-01 10:19:56 PDT This is very critical for us. http://forums.mozillazine.org/viewtopic.php?f=39&t=1933919
Hello. Disable them all in normal mode, and enable them one at a time until you find the source of the problem. The reason for my downloading TB 3.1.7 Rev2 was that my TB 3.1.4 gave this message when I tried to run it earlier today: XUL Runner Error: App: Name not specified Neuinstallation von Thunderbird 31.1.2 und altes Profil reinkopieren oder gibt es da neue Probleme?
Step 2. You can look: - Mozilla Firefox folder: http://bioman.blanc.free.fr/bugs/Mozilla/Mozilla%20Firefox%20folder.png - Mozilla Firefox browser folder: http://bioman.blanc.free.fr/bugs/Mozilla/Mozilla%20Firefox%20browser%20folder.png Note: - There is not a Mozilla Thunderbird browser folder: http://bioman.blanc.free.fr/bugs/Mozilla/Mozilla%20Thunderbird%20folder.png - There is not a SeaMonkey If our users were to click on the executable or create a new shortcut that didn't have the command line parameter it wouldn't use the correct profile and all the customizations I tried to right click to look at its preferences, but that hangs.
There is a platform.ini file, which looks like a pointer. A certain process that your computer must undertake is what such problems indicate. depending on the version you have. If this doesn’t work, let me know! :-) I had the problem of '''couldn't read application.ini''' for a long time. .. :-/ But finally, I found a solution!
Have you tried disabling all add-ons (just to check), to see if Firefox goes back to normal? And it can't browse to any other website than our webapp. Comment 42 Neustradamus 2014-03-17 14:19:57 PDT It works for Thunderbird and SeaMonkey too? It needs to work > like a separate product.
You have to use override.ini and specify it via a command line parameter. http://www.justanswer.com/computer/4odj9-upon-trying-start-thunderbird-msg-xulrunner-platform.html Please don't remove this file without giving some way to brand the vendor so that the profile is not put under Mozilla path. Testing completed (on m-c, etc.): Verified on the resulting builds of the m-i push. We can't access this computer on the peer-to-peer network.
Share this article: Facebook | Twitter | Google+ | Reddit | Tell a friend Posted in: Mozilla Firefox, Troubleshooting Other similar articles that may interest you How to Add "Network Connections" http://divxdelisi.com/thunderbird-error/thunderbird-error-nsmail-tmp.html Now Firefox will not be able to bring it up, as it does not know where to find the executable file. Note, using -no-remote -P profile is not an option as it doesn't let you open more than one instance of the browser Comment 12 Mike Hommey [:glandium] 2013-11-01 17:33:09 PDT (In I'm now using the -app path/to/browser/application.ini startup configuration.
Comment 28 Don Kleppinger 2013-11-25 08:19:50 PST Those preferences do not disable those icons when using application.ini Here's how to duplicate Copy Application.ini to browser directory Edit Application.ini and change vendor Changes to it do nothing unless you invoke Firefox with the -app parameter. Comment 29 [:Aleksej] 2013-05-28 06:21:18 PDT *** Bug 874628 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. *** Comment 30 Don Kleppinger 2013-10-31 12:06:46 PDT I'm finally at the point Check This Out It’s un-deletable, unmovable, un-uninstallable. :-/ I checked for viruses by scanning with 2 different software.
I need to be more diligent with my backups from now onwards. c Select Backup a profiled Select Mozilla Tunderbird from the list. Note, using -no-remote -P profile is not an option as it > doesn't let you open more than one instance of the browser You can use the "-profile path" argument, but
Unfortunately this is simply not possible anymore.
The most usual reason for this is when you are using an application that consumes a huge memory space. Credentials confirmed by a Fortune 500 verification firm. Thank you,. Take a backup of your data immediately.To backup your Thunderbird data (account settings and messages), you can use MozBackup.
Try this out. Thunderbird and SeaMonkey don't support the -app flag, so this isn't an issue for them. I did discover how to modify the values displayed on that url but it doesn't affect the profile location. http://divxdelisi.com/thunderbird-error/thunderbird-error-imap4.html It takes more effort than just simple ESC or Ctrl + Alt + Del to be able to solve this concern.
I used to be able to brand it by using > Application.ini without a command line parameter but you took that feature > away from me and now there is the Get same Thunderbird error msg (XULrunner) on trying to start Thunderbird. The only reason application.ini wasn't removed from the firefox tree is because of this. If the problem is not disappears when all add-ons are disabled, please tell me, so we can work from there.
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