Activation: b-a-s problems.

Mark McLoughlin
Thu, 08 Jan 2004 11:08:49 +0000

Hi Mikael,

On Thu, 2004-01-08 at 10:55, Mikael Hallendal wrote:

> This is not really what was discussed here. It was whether to launch a
> new Mozilla window with other LANG-settings if there was a mozilla
> window running already.
> Ie. you start Mozilla as you use to which sets it to some locale, lets
> say en_US for now. Then if you need to take a screenshot you do
> "LANG=zh_TW mozilla file:///..." which should give you a new window.
> Currently it gives you a new window by sending a message to the already
> running Mozilla process. The question is whether that process should be
> considered to be the same service as you want since it runs in another
> So you wouldn't have to log out, just quit mozilla and restart it with
> another language settings (same for your editor example above).

	How about if you had a little component on your desktop background
which was using mozilla to render a little web page or something. You
should have to delete that first?

	Quibbling at this level over use cases is probably not the best way to
do this - its like taking a metaphor and analyzing it to death.