[Users] Version 3.14.0, HTML messages & Fancy plugin
Rodney D. Myers
Rodney.Myers at hitwe-8.org
Wed Sep 21 18:03:23 CEST 2016
On Wed, 21 Sep 2016 20:00:35 +0600
Dustin Miller <dustbiz at gmail.com> wrote:
No go. end result is the same
> > Date: Tue, 20 Sep 2016 20:19:46 -0400
> > From: Steven Rostedt <rostedt at goodmis.org>
> > To: Joe Khamis <joe at khamis.com.au>
> > Cc: users at lists.claws-mail.org
> > Subject: Re: [Users] Version 3.14.0, HTML messages & Fancy plugin
> > On Tue, 9 Aug 2016 13:48:54 +1000
> > Joe Khamis <joe at khamis.com.au> wrote:
> > > Downloaded and compiled 3.14.0 today (Tumbleweed).
> > >
> > > No great dramas with the exception displaying HTML messages.
> > >
> > > I suspect it has to do with the 'Fancy' plugin.
> > I have the exact same issue. When I did an update with Debian
> > testing and it installed 3.14.0, Fancy stopped working. I've
> > uninstalled then reinstalled, even tried to use an older version of
> > claws-mail (which worked for a little).
> Steve, (Joe, I've also CC'd you as I'm not sure you're subscribed to
> the Claws Mail users list) I just installed 3.14.0 recently (on a
> couple Ubuntu 14.04 systems) and here's a couple things that might
> 1) When you're able to run ./configure successfully, it gives some
> very useful output at the end in relation to what was enabled or
> disabled, based on whether the feature/plugin/etc.'s dependencies
> were found installed on the system or not. If it shows that 'Fancy'
> is disabled, then you can check the 'INSTALL' file in the source code
> package you downloaded to see if there are additional things you need
> to install. For this version, it shows that GTK+ WebKit (>= 1.0) is
> needed for the Fancy plugin. So that would be the first thing I would
> check, to make sure you've got that dependency installed. I'm not
> sure, but there's a chance that if you didn't have it installed
> before, you would need to run the ./configure process again and
> perhaps the whole install?
> 2) After completing #1 above (but before trying to view any HTML) on a
> machine where I had been using the Fancy plugin already, I went to
> Configuration --> Plugins and it showed the Fancy plugin entry in
> italics and when it was selected, it gave a notice that it was
> incompatible with this version of Claws Mail, or something to that
> effect. This took me by surprise, since I had made sure with #1 above
> that it was enabled in the build process. Thankfully, I figured out
> that all I had to do was 'Unload' the plugin and then 'Load' it again
> for the entry to appear in normal text and get rid of the warning.
> Also, it seems to be working fine on my systems. The description for
> the new working plugin starts with "This plugin renders HTML mail
> using the WebKit 2.4.10 library." in case that's helpful in figuring
> out the depend(s) you need for your system.
> > Now, what I noticed is that every so often I get the following
> > message in the window when I enable "remote content" (which I have
> > disabled by default):
> > Problem occurred while loading the URL
> > file:///home/rostedt/.claws-mail/mimetmp/00000007.mimetmp.html
> > Error opening
> > file /home/rostedt/.claws-mail/mimetmp/00000007.mimetmp.html: No
> > such file or directory
> > Then I try:
> > $ ls /home/rostedt/.claws-mail/mimetmp/
> > 00000009.mimetmp.html claws.DD3COY claws.RPR6NY
> > so somehow the file naming is getting out of sync. And yes, I
> > checked that 00000009.mimetmp.html file, and it has the html of
> > what is suppose to be displayed.
> Not sure about this, but I'm guessing if you find a solution based on
> what I wrote above, it will likely take care of this as well. Hope
> this helps.
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