the name changes of global configuration files that has happened in the 1.7 development cycle should be documented in the release notes for administrators who add their own configuration files to defaults/pref as the changes affect alphabetical order thus affect the order they're parsed by Mozilla. Aadministrators who create their own configurations for users which can then be changed by users (as opposed to using user.js which cannot be changed) in files such as all-custom.js and editor-custom.js may have their configutaions ignored depending on where they lie alphabetically, where before they would have worked all.js has changed to browser-prefs.js editor.js has changed to composer.js
I agree this would be good for a release note, but I'm piteously poor at writing pithy text explaining the changes; timeless/darin, suggestions?
Assignee: prefs → asa
QA Contact: bsmedberg
(In reply to comment #0) > all.js has changed to browser-prefs.js That's not quite true, there is still all.js (in the greprefs directory)
oh fun. no, i'm feeling sick today and will be busy with non computer stuff next week. for kicks i'm requesting blocking1.7, we should have the release notes at least current when we ship this product.
I'd be happy to include a note. I'm not going to have time to write it though. Patches welcome.
Assignee: asa → nobody
Flags: blocking1.7? → blocking1.7-
Hi all, Any news on when this documentation may be updated. I'm one of those system administrators who makes huge changes to the default Mozilla config files and none of those changes will work for me now. I've tried making changes to the 'browser-prefs.js' file such as font types and browser cache size but they won't be changed when i start Mozilla from a clean profile. If i put my changes into the all.js file in the 'greprefs' directory should it still commit the changes as before? Thanks, Mick.
Mick, the information in this document might be of help: 'Pre-Configuring Mozilla': http://thegoldenear.org/toolbox/windows/docs/mozilla-pre-config.html
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 10 years ago
Resolution: --- → INCOMPLETE
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