Mozilla Calendar

Discussion in 'Firefox' started by KeithS, Feb 1, 2005.

  1. KeithS

    KeithS Guest

    Anyone use this? Do you know a way of getting it to open on Power-up, or
    failing that, on Moz start-up?
    Not *too* technical please:)
    KeithS, Feb 1, 2005
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    Danny Colyer Guest

    Install Sunbird and stick it in your startup. That's what I did,
    although I keep thinking about replacing it with the Calendar extension
    on either FF or TB. If reminders would come up whenever FF/TB is
    running, without my having to open the calendar, then that's what I'd do.

    Danny Colyer, Feb 1, 2005
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  3. Danny Colyer schreef:
    On Windows:
    1. Make a shortcut to Mozilla
    2. Right click the icon, click on Properties.
    3. On the Shortcut tab, add " -calendar" to the end of whatever is in
    the Target field (e.g. "C:\Program
    Files\\Mozilla\mozilla.exe" -calendar).
    4. Put this shortcut in the "start up" map of your "all programs" map.

    *) may be the names of the maps differs because of my mother languages.
    [email protected], Feb 1, 2005
  4. Edit>Preferences>Appearance just check off which programs you want to
    William W. Plummer, Feb 1, 2005
  5. KeithS

    Danny Colyer Guest

    Danny Colyer, Feb 1, 2005
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    KeithS Guest

    Excellent, thanks a lot Jos.
    KeithS, Feb 2, 2005
  7. KeithS

    KeithS Guest

    That was *never* there before!!!!!!! I'd looked all over Preferences for
    that item.
    You must have sneaked in at dead of night and put it on my 'puter :)
    Thanks very much William
    KeithS, Feb 2, 2005
  8. KeithS schreef:
    Thats, even better as my suggestion ! ;)
    [email protected], Feb 2, 2005
  9. KeithS

    KeithS Guest

    Errrm, speaking as the OP, that's exactly what I asked for - the
    calendar to fire up at startup. Maybe if you left off the modifier
    -calendar it might fire up TB, (remember IKBA), but I didn't want that,
    as I don't always want to go on the net every time I fire up my PC

    KeithS, Feb 16, 2005
  10. Danny Colyer wrote (01/02/2005 23:22):
    When I try this in TB it only launches the calendar, but not the mail
    client. Anyone else seeing this?
    Finbarr Brady (AT/LMI), Feb 16, 2005
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