Closed Bug 33353 Opened 20 years ago Closed 19 years ago
More clean error message when starting installer and Mozilla already is running
If you start the installer while Mozilla is running you get an error message. In this error message the term Seamonkey is being used. The term needs to be "Mozilla".
The error message should be: "Setup has detected that Mozilla is currently running. Please quit Mozilla before continuing Setup." The word instance is weird. Why not just say what we actually mean...:)
Summary: Seamonkey needs to be Mozilla Seamonkey → More clean error message when starting installer and Mozilla already is running
If bug 34599 isn't fixed then the text also need to be modified, since it's not possbile to continue the installation. You have to restart the installer.
Any chance this will get checked in. It's only a text fix.
The patch rotted. The first part seems to be an improvement The second needs a different wording, because the following two sentences contradict eachother. A reboot may be necessary. Setup will then be able to continue. [setup is not going to run when the computer reboots] -;Message=Setup has detected that an instance of Personal Security Manager is currently running. Personal Security Manager will quit by itself when there are no other applications running that require it. A reboot may be necessary. Setup will then be able to continue. Click Retry to perform the check again, or Cancel to exit Setup. +;Message=Setup has detected that Personal Security Manager (PSM) is currently running. When no applications need PSM it will quit. You should try closing applications that might use PSM. Setup can continue if PSM quits. Click Retry to perform the check again, or Cancel to exit Setup. If this dialog persists you should try logging off or rebooting.
both patches applied. Marking this fixed.
Status: ASSIGNED → RESOLVED
Closed: 19 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
installer build 20010129
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
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