Closed Bug 985668 Opened 8 years ago Closed 4 years ago

Top protocols assumes libpurple is built

Categories

(Instantbird :: Account wizard, defect)

defect
Not set
normal

Tracking

(Not tracked)

RESOLVED WONTFIX

People

(Reporter: clokep, Unassigned, NeedInfo)

Details

I'm unsure if we care to fix this or not, but the top protocols stuff will assume that the protocol IDs exist, whether or not they're there.

wnayes posted a screenshot of the errors: http://imgur.com/wHlwGCS

At least, this is what I think is happening...

16:40:07 - wnayes: Those errors show up when opening the wizard. One is when the top protocols page immediately loads; if I click to show all protocols then the other 3 occur.
Flags: needinfo?(Hushed.serfdom)
On the behalf of Florian:
Closing bugs related to the Instantbird UI as WONTFIX, as the development of the standalone chat client Instantbird has stopped. Instantbird users are encouraged to migrate to Thunderbird. The user interface of instant messaging in Thunderbird will feel familiar, as the Thunderbird IM support started as a fork of Instantbird.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Closed: 4 years ago
Resolution: --- → WONTFIX
On the behalf of Florian:
Closing bugs related to the Instantbird UI as WONTFIX, as the development of the standalone chat client Instantbird has stopped. Instantbird users are encouraged to migrate to Thunderbird. The user interface of instant messaging in Thunderbird will feel familiar, as the Thunderbird IM support started as a fork of Instantbird.
On the behalf of Florian:
Closing bugs related to the Instantbird UI as WONTFIX, as the development of the standalone chat client Instantbird has stopped. Instantbird users are encouraged to migrate to Thunderbird. The user interface of instant messaging in Thunderbird will feel familiar, as the Thunderbird IM support started as a fork of Instantbird.
On the behalf of Florian:
Closing bugs related to the Instantbird UI as WONTFIX, as the development of the standalone chat client Instantbird has stopped. Instantbird users are encouraged to migrate to Thunderbird. The user interface of instant messaging in Thunderbird will feel familiar, as the Thunderbird IM support started as a fork of Instantbird.
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