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Mozilla: LiveLizard

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I am no longer using the LJ Win32 Client. I think they've come to a temporary agreement, but they're bending over because it's less hassle than flattening him at his own game. I empathize with the LJ Gang, but whatever. I've dealt with people like that and the only thing you can do is just not let them continue the game.

I feel really badly for sema. They had to take away Semagic because of the above fooferah. I've heard nothing but good things about Semagic. I wish I were on his Friends List and able to read Russian... =}

Anyway, this is my test of drbrain's LiveLizard client for Mozilla/Netscape. See ljizzilla for details. It's a little ways off, it still needs work, but it looks very promising.

In the meantime, I will be using the web interface and trying out the other clients.


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xinit
Apr. 13th, 2002 04:56 pm (UTC)
That visions guy is on crack... he's trying to revoke a GPL program... very very silly. I never liked the Win32 client anyhow... I also refuse to stop using the SEMA client that's a derived work. :)
bride
Apr. 13th, 2002 05:01 pm (UTC)
Wasn't he trying to say that it's not (and never was) GPL to begin with just because wspell isn't?

I thought there was a build that didn't include the Spell Checker...
xinit
Apr. 13th, 2002 05:02 pm (UTC)
Re:
the key is that the SEMA client doesn't use the wspell engine... :)
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