[OS/2] Bug 443112: sync README files of all three apps with information for Gecko 1.9.1; add Java version requirements and update web links
authorPeter Weilbacher <mozilla@weilbacher.org>
Sat, 10 Jan 2009 13:31:01 +0100
changeset 23521 f7e50fb2070929f20a774d8969c0866b807b71e7
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[OS/2] Bug 443112: sync README files of all three apps with information for Gecko 1.9.1; add Java version requirements and update web links (OS/2 only, so does not affect a CLOSED TREE)
widget/src/os2/README.firefox
widget/src/os2/README.seamonkey
widget/src/os2/README.thunderbird
--- a/widget/src/os2/README.firefox
+++ b/widget/src/os2/README.firefox
@@ -1,53 +1,54 @@
 ================================================================================
 
-= = = = = = = = = = = = = =   Firefox Read Me    = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = =
+= = = = = = = = = = = = = =   Firefox Read Me      = = = = = = = = = = = = = = =
 
 ================================================================================
 
 Firefox is subject to the terms detailed in the license agreement
 accompanying it.
 
 This Read Me file contains information about system requirements and
 installation instructions for the OS/2 build of Firefox.
 
 For more info on Firefox, see http://www.mozilla.org/products/firefox/.
 For more info on the OS/2 port see http://www.mozilla.org/ports/os2. To submit
-bugs or other feedback check out Bugzilla at https://bugzilla.mozilla.org for
-links to known bugs, bug-writing guidelines, and more. You can also get help
-with Bugzilla by pointing your IRC client to #mozillazine at irc.mozilla.org,
-OS/2 specific problems are discussed in #warpzilla and in the newsgroup
-mozilla.dev.ports.os2 on news.mozilla.org.
+bugs reports go to Bugzilla at https://bugzilla.mozilla.org.
+
+For discussion and help for OS/2 specific problems, please use the newsgroup
+mozilla.dev.ports.os2 on news.mozilla.org.  You can also get help by pointing
+your IRC client to the #warpzilla channel on irc.mozilla.org.
 
 
 ================================================================================
 
                             Getting Firefox
 
 ================================================================================
 
 Official Milestone builds of Firefox are published on the release page at
 
-  http://www.mozilla.org/products/firefox/releases/
+  http://www.mozilla.com/en-US/firefox/releases/
 
-OS/2 releases are not created by Mozilla.org staff and may appear on the page
-http://www.mozilla.org/ports/os2 before the releases page. Be sure to read the
-Firefox release notes linked on the releases page for information on known
-problems and installation issues with Firefox.
+OS/2 releases are not created by Mozilla staff and may appear on the
+page http://www.mozilla.org/ports/os2 before the releases page. Be sure to read
+the release notes linked on the releases page for information on known problems
+and installation issues.
+OS/2 specific problems with this version are listed below.
 
 
 ================================================================================
 
                         System Requirements on OS/2
 
 ================================================================================
 
-- This release requires the C runtime DLLs (libc-0.6.3) from
-  ftp://ftp.netlabs.org/pub/gcc/libc-0.6.3-csd3.zip
+- This release requires the C runtime DLL (libc063.dll) from
+     ftp://ftp.netlabs.org/pub/gcc/libc-0.6.3-csd3.zip
   in order to run.  You can unpack them in the same directory as the
   Firefox executable or somewhere else in your LIBPATH.
 
 - Minimum hardware requirements
   + 400 MHz Pentium class processor
   + 128 MiB RAM plus 128 MiB free swap space
   + 40 MiB free harddisk space for installation
     plus storage space for disk cache
@@ -69,80 +70,92 @@ problems and installation issues with Fi
     NOTE: Do not attempt to use MPTS & TCP/IP versions below these INETVER
     levels. Although Firefox may seem to start and run normally with older
     stacks, some features Firefox needs are not implemented correctly in
     older MPTS versions, which may result in crashes and data loss.
 
   + Convenience Pack 2 or eComStation 1.0 or later meet these requirements
     out of the box.
 
+  + Only Java plugins of version 1.4.1 or 1.4.2 are supported.
+    (IBM Java 1.3.1 or earlier will crash the application!)
+
 - Useful optional software
   The following packages enable additional features in Firefox. Download
   locations are listed below with a detailed description of the features.
   + Remote Workplace Server (RWS), version 0.8
   + Doodle's Screen Saver (DSSaver), version 1.8 or later
 
 ================================================================================
 
                           Installation Instructions
 
 ================================================================================
 
-For all platforms, unpack into a clean (new) directory.  Installing on top of
-previously released builds may cause problems with Firefox.
+Unpack into a clean (new) directory. Installing on top of previously released
+builds may cause problems with Firefox. It is therefore hightly recommended
+to follow the instructions under "Separating profiles from installation
+directory".
 
 Note: These instructions do not tell you how to build Firefox.
 For info on building the Firefox source, see
-
-  http://www.mozilla.org/build/
+  https://developer.mozilla.org/en/Build_Documentation
 
 
 OS/2 Installation Instructions
 ------------------------------
 
-   On OS/2, Firefox does not have an installation program. To install it,
-   download the .zip file and follow these steps:
+On OS/2, Firefox does not have an installation program. To install it,
+download the .zip file and follow these steps:
 
-     1. Click the "Zip" link on the site you're downloading Firefox from
-     to download the ZIP package to your machine. This file is typically called
-     firefox-x.x.x.en-US.os2.zip where the "x.x.x" is replaced by the Firefox
-     version.
+1. Click the "Zip" link on the site you're downloading Firefox from to
+   download the ZIP package to your machine. This file is typically called
+   firefox-x.x.x.en-US.os2.zip where the "x.x.x" is replaced by the
+   current Firefox version.
 
-     2. Navigate to where you downloaded the file and unpack it using your
-     favorite unzip tool.
+2. Navigate to where you downloaded the file and unpack it using your favorite
+   unzip tool.
 
-     3. Keep in mind that the unzip process creates a directory "firefox"
-     below the location you point it to, e.g.
-        unzip firefox-3.0.en-US.os2.zip -d c:\firefox-3.0
-     will unpack Firefox into c:\firefox-3.0\firefox.
+3. Keep in mind that the unzip process creates a directory "firefox" below
+   the location you point it to, e.g.
+      unzip firefox-3.1.en-US.os2.zip -d c:\firefox-3.1
+   will unpack Firefox into c:\firefox-3.1\firefox.
+
+4. Make sure that you are _not_ unpacking over an old installation. This is
+   known to cause problems.
 
-     4. Make sure that you are _not_ unpacking over an old installation. This is
-     known to cause problems.
+5. To start Firefox, navigate to the directory you extracted Firefox to,
+   ensure that the C library DLL is copied to the installation directory or
+   installed in the LIBPATH, and then double-click the Firefox.exe object.
+
 
-     5. To start Firefox, navigate to the directory you extracted
-     Firefox to, make sure that the C library DLLs are copied to the
-     installation directory or installed in the LIBPATH, and then double-click
-     the Firefox.exe object.
+================================================================================
 
+                      Tips and Problems
+
+================================================================================
 
 Running multiple versions concurrently
 --------------------------------------
 
-Because various members of the Mozilla family (i.e. Mozilla, Firefox,
+If you want to run more than one copy of Firefox, you have to use the
+-no-remote parameter or set MOZ_NO_REMOTE=1 in your environment.
+
+Because various members of the Mozilla family (i.e. SeaMonkey, Mozilla, Firefox,
 Thunderbird, IBM Web Browser) may use different, incompatible versions of the
 same DLL, some extra steps may be required to run them concurrently.
 
 One workaround is the LIBPATHSTRICT variable. To run Firefox one can create
 a CMD script like the following example (where an installation of Firefox
-exists in the directory d:\internet\firefox is assumed):
+in the directory d:\internet\firefox is assumed):
 
    set LIBPATHSTRICT=T
    rem The next line may be needed when a different Mozilla program is listed in LIBPATH
    rem set BEGINLIBPATH=d:\internet\firefox
-   rem The next line is only needed to run two different versions of Firefox
+   rem The next line is only needed to run two versions of the same program
    rem set MOZ_NO_REMOTE=1
    d:
    cd d:\internet\firefox
    firefox.exe %1 %2 %3 %4 %5 %6 %7 %8 %9
 
 Similarly, one can create a program object to start Firefox using the
 following settings:
 
@@ -151,17 +164,17 @@ following settings:
    Working directory:  d:\internet\firefox
 
 (One might need to add MOZ_NO_REMOTE and/or BEGINLIBPATH as in the CMD script
 above depending on the system configuration.)
 
 Finally, the simplest method is to use the Run! utility by Rich Walsh that can
 be found in the Hobbes Software Archive:
 
-   http://hobbes.nmsu.edu/cgi-bin/h-search?key=Run!
+   http://hobbes.nmsu.edu/h-search.php?key=Run!
 
 Read its documentation for more information.
 
 
 Separating profiles from installation directory
 -----------------------------------------------
 
 To separate the locations of the user profile(s) (containing the bookmarks and
@@ -196,34 +209,34 @@ behavior of Firefox on OS/2:
 
 - set MOZ_NO_RWS=1
   Use this to disable Remote Workplace Server support (see below).
 
 Find more information on this topic and other tips on
    http://www.os2bbs.com/os2news/Warpzilla.html
 
 
-Support for WPS objects in the browser
---------------------------------------
+Support for WPS objects
+-----------------------
 
-Firefox can make use of Rich Walsh's Remote Workplace Server (RWS) library to
-access Workplace Shell objects from the browser. This allows helper applications
-for downloaded files to be selected based on their default WPS association. In
-addition, the WPS icons of files will be displayed in the download dialog and in
-directory views.
+Firefox can make use of Rich Walsh's Remote Workplace Server (RWS) library
+to access Workplace Shell objects from the application. This allows helper
+applications for downloaded files to be selected based on their default WPS
+association. In addition, the WPS icons of files will be displayed in the
+download dialog and in directory views.
 
-To enable this functionality, Firefox has to find the RWS DLLs. They have to be
-located in a directory on the LIBPATH, in the Firefox directory, or already be
-registered as a WPS class. For eComStation 2 this is already the case. If RWS
-is not yet available on your system, download it from
-   http://hobbes.nmsu.edu/cgi-bin/h-search?key=rws08dll
+To enable this functionality, Firefox has to find the RWS DLLs. They have to
+be located in a directory on the LIBPATH, in the Firefox directory, or
+already be registered as a WPS class. For eComStation 2 this is already the
+case. If RWS is not yet available on your system, download it from
+   http://hobbes.nmsu.edu/h-search.php?key=rws08dll
 
-If RWS is found on the system, it is used by Firefox automatically. In case you
-need to disable RWS support, create an environment variable MOZ_NO_RWS and set
-it to 1.
+If RWS is found on the system, it is used by Firefox automatically. In case
+you need to disable RWS support, create an environment variable MOZ_NO_RWS and
+set it to 1.
 
 
 Idle timer for internal cleanups
 --------------------------------
 
 If Doodle's Screen Saver (DSSaver) v1.8 or later is installed, Firefox can
 determine how long the user has been inactive. If the user has been inactive
 for a while, cleanup operations are performed (e.g. on the browsing history)
@@ -237,38 +250,80 @@ Setting the OS/2 default browser
 --------------------------------
 
 The default web browser can be set using WPS URL objects.  The properties
 notebook of every URL object contains a "Browser" tab where the browser
 executable can be selected. Any changes to these settings will be stored and
 reflected in all URL objects once the user presses the "Set Default" button.
 
 Two small applications make this change a bit easier and provide options to also
-set default programs for mail and news as well as internet chat services:
+set default programs for other types of internet-related activities:
 
 - ConfigApps
-     http://hobbes.nmsu.edu/cgi-bin/h-search?key=configapps&sort=date
+     http://hobbes.nmsu.edu/h-search.php?key=configapps1_1
 
 - Internet Application Integration
      http://7cities.net/~mckinnis/os2/
 
 
+Changed font handling
+---------------------
+
+To be able to display text, Firefox cannot make use of normal OS/2 routines
+but has to use FreeType and FontConfig. This has the advantage that text can
+be displayed with antialiasing, but at the same time has some caveats:
+
+- Firefox cannot make use of OS/2 fonts like WarpSans and others which
+  are not available in Type1 or TrueType format. It is therefore
+  recommended to install the "Workplace Sans" font from
+     http://users.socis.ca/~ataylo00/creative/fonts/
+  or
+     http://hobbes.nmsu.edu/h-search.php?key=wpsu_ttf
+  which Firefox will use as a replacement of WarpSans.
+
+- Display of text in some languages (e.g. Arabic) does not yet take into account
+  that different forms of some characters exist.
+
+To tweak the appearance of text, you can add two preferences, preferably using
+about:config.
+
+- gfx.os2.font.antialiasing (Boolean)
+  This preference controls whether antialiasing is enabled, and defaults to
+  true.
+
+- gfx.os2.font.hinting (Integer)
+  This preference controls the hinting level, and can be between 0 (no hinting)
+  and 3 (full hinting). The default value is 2.
+  Font hinting improves the contrast of displayed text, but may produce poor
+  results for certain characters of some fonts, most notably the OS/2 version
+  of "Times New Roman".
+
+Note that these preferences only take effect when a font gets used for the first
+time, so you may need to restart the application to see the full effect.
+
+
 Known Problems of the OS/2 version
 ----------------------------------
 
 Cross-platform problems are usually listed in the release notes of each
 milestone release.
 
+- Printing to normal OS/2 printer queues had to be disabled. It was slow even
+  for simple pages and used huge amounts of RAM, so that in most cases the
+  application crashed, see https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=415522.
+  While the queues are still displayed in the printing dialog, any printing
+  operation will instead create a PDF file. By default this file is placed on
+  the Desktop, with the name Firefox_<date>_<time>.pdf, where <date> and
+  <time> are replaced by the current system time. If you want to use another
+  name, select "Print to file" before pressing the Print button.
+  The resulting PDF file can be printed using applications like Lucide, Acrobat
+  Reader, or GSview.
+
+- Fonts with names containing special characters (like Asian Unicode names)
+  will not display correctly in the list of fonts in the Options panel.
+
 - Firefox will beep when copying more than 64 kB of text to the clipboard.
   This is to alert users that many applications (most notably the system
   editor, EPM, and applications running in VIO windows) cannot paste more
   than this.
 
-- Firefox cannot make use of OS/2 fonts like WarpSans and others which
-  are not available in Type1 or TrueType format. It is therefore
-  recommended to install the "Workplace Sans" font from
-     http://users.socis.ca/~ataylo00/creative/fonts/
-  or
-     http://hobbes.nmsu.edu/cgi-bin/h-search?key=wpsu_ttf
-  which Firefox will use as a replacement of WarpSans.
-
 Other known problems can be found by following the link "Current Open Warpzilla
 Bugs" on the OS/2 Mozilla page <http://www.mozilla.org/ports/os2/>.
--- a/widget/src/os2/README.seamonkey
+++ b/widget/src/os2/README.seamonkey
@@ -1,187 +1,157 @@
-==========================================================================
+================================================================================
 
-= = = = = = = = = = = = =  SeaMonkey Read Me   = = = = = = = = = = = = = =
+= = = = = = = = = = = = = =   SeaMonkey Read Me    = = = = = = = = = = = = = = =
 
-==========================================================================
+================================================================================
 
 SeaMonkey is subject to the terms detailed in the license agreement
 accompanying it.
 
 This Read Me file contains information about system requirements and
-installation instructions for the OS/2 builds of SeaMonkey.
+installation instructions for the OS/2 build of SeaMonkey.
 
 For more info on SeaMonkey, see http://www.seamonkey-project.org/
-For more info on the OS/2 port see http://www.mozilla.org/ports/os2.
-To submit bugs or other feedback, see
-http://www.seamonkey-project.org/dev/get-involved and check out Bugzilla
-at https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/ for links to known bugs, bug-writing
-guidelines, and more. You can also get help with Bugzilla by pointing your
-IRC client to #mozillazine at irc.mozilla.org, OS/2 specific problems are
-discussed in #warpzilla and in the newsgroup mozilla.dev.ports.os2 on
-news.mozilla.org.
+For more info on the OS/2 port see http://www.mozilla.org/ports/os2. To submit
+bugs reports go to Bugzilla at https://bugzilla.mozilla.org.
+
+For discussion and help for OS/2 specific problems, please use the newsgroup
+mozilla.dev.ports.os2 on news.mozilla.org.  You can also get help by pointing
+your IRC client to the #warpzilla channel on irc.mozilla.org.
 
 
-==========================================================================
+================================================================================
 
                           Getting SeaMonkey
 
-==========================================================================
-
-You can download OS/2 nightly builds of SeaMonkey from the mozilla.org FTP
-site at
-
-  http://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/mozilla.org/seamonkey/nightly/contrib/
+================================================================================
 
-For the very latest builds, see
-
-  http://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/mozilla.org/seamonkey/nightly/contrib/latest-trunk/
-
-Keep in mind that nightly builds, which are used by mozilla.org developers
-for testing, may be buggy. If you are looking for a more polished version
-of SeaMonkey, the SeaMonkey project releases builds of SeaMonkey regularly
-that you can download from
+Official Milestone builds of SeaMonkey are published on the release page at
 
   http://www.seamonkey-project.org/releases/
 
-Be sure to read the SeaMonkey release notes for information on known
-problems and installation issues with SeaMonkey.  The release notes can be
-found at the preceding URL along with the releases themselves.
-
-OS/2 releases are not created by SeaMonkey project or mozilla.org
-themselves and may appear on the page http://www.mozilla.org/ports/os2
-before the releases page. Be sure to read the SeaMonkey release notes
-linked on the releases page for information on known problems and
-installation issues with SeaMonkey.
+OS/2 releases are not created by the SeaMonkey Council and may appear on the
+page http://www.mozilla.org/ports/os2 before the releases page. Be sure to read
+the release notes linked on the releases page for information on known problems
+and installation issues.
+OS/2 specific problems with this version are listed below.
 
 
-==========================================================================
+================================================================================
+
+                         System Requirements on OS/2
 
-                         System Requirements
+================================================================================
 
-==========================================================================
+- This release requires the C runtime DLL (libc063.dll) from
+     ftp://ftp.netlabs.org/pub/gcc/libc-0.6.3-csd3.zip
+  in order to run.  You can unpack them in the same directory as the
+  SeaMonkey executable or somewhere else in your LIBPATH.
 
-* OS/2
-   - This release requires the C runtime DLLs (libc-0.6.1) from
-     ftp://ftp.netlabs.org/pub/gcc/libc-0.6.1-csd1.zip
-     in order to run.  You can unpack them in the same directory as
-     SeaMonkey's executable or somewhere else in your LIBPATH. The
-     SeaMonkey installer will not install the C runtime DLLs for you but
-     requires them to run.
+- Minimum hardware requirements
+  + 400 MHz Pentium class processor
+  + 128 MiB RAM plus 128 MiB free swap space
+  + 40 MiB free harddisk space for installation
+    plus storage space for messages and disk cache
+  + Graphics card and driver capable of displaying more than 256 colors
 
-   - Minimum hardware requirements
-     + Pentium class processor
-     + 64 MiB RAM plus 64 MiB free swap space
-     + 35 MiB free harddisk space for installation
-       plus storage space for disk cache and mail
+- Recommended hardware for acceptable performance
+  + 1.0 GHz processor
+  + 512 MiB RAM plus 128 MiB free swap space
+    NOTE: SeaMonkey's performance and stability increases the more physical
+    RAM is available.
 
-   - Recommended hardware for acceptable performance
-     + 500 MHz processor
-     + 256 MiB RAM plus 64 MiB free swap space
-       NOTE: SeaMonkey's performance and stability increases the more
-       physical RAM is available. Especially for long browsing and IRC
-       sessions 512 MiB of memory is recommended.
+- Software requirements
+  + Installation on a file system supporting long file names
+    (i.e. HPFS or JFS but not FAT)
+  + OS/2 Warp 4 with Fixpack 15 or later (Warp 3 may work but is unsupported)
+  + MPTS version 5.3
+  + TCP/IP version 4.1
+  + INETVER: SOCKETS.SYS=5.3007, AFOS2.SYS=5.3001, AFINET.SYS=5.3006
+    NOTE: Do not attempt to use MPTS & TCP/IP versions below these INETVER
+    levels. Although SeaMonkey may seem to start and run normally with older
+    stacks, some features SeaMonkey needs are not implemented correctly in
+    older MPTS versions, which may result in crashes and data loss.
 
-   - Software requirements
-     + Installation on a file system supporting long file names
-       (i.e. HPFS or JFS but not FAT)
-     + OS/2 Warp 4 with Fixpack 15 or later
-     + MPTS version 5.3
-     + TCP/IP version 4.1
-     + INETVER: SOCKETS.SYS=5.3007, AFOS2.SYS=5.3001, AFINET.SYS=5.3006
-       NOTE: Do not attempt to use MPTS & TCP/IP versions below these
-       INETVER levels. Although SeaMonkey may seem to start and run
-       normally with older stacks, some features SeaMonkey needs are not
-       implemented correctly in older MPTS versions, which may result in
-       crashes and data loss.
+  + Convenience Pack 2 or eComStation 1.0 or later meet these requirements
+    out of the box.
+
+  + Only Java plugins of version 1.4.1 or 1.4.2 are supported.
+    (IBM Java 1.3.1 or earlier will crash the application!)
 
-     + Convenience Pack 2 or eComStation 1.0 or later meet these requirements
-       out of the box.
+- Useful optional software
+  The following packages enable additional features in SeaMonkey. Download
+  locations are listed below with a detailed description of the features.
+  + Remote Workplace Server (RWS), version 0.8
+  + Doodle's Screen Saver (DSSaver), version 1.8 or later
 
 
-==========================================================================
+================================================================================
 
                       Installation Instructions
 
-==========================================================================
+================================================================================
 
-It is strongly recommended that you exit all programs before running the
-setup program. Also, you should temporarily disable virus-detection
-software.
-
-Install into a clean (new) directory. Installing on top of previously
-released builds may cause problems.
+Unpack into a clean (new) directory. Installing on top of previously released
+builds may cause problems with SeaMonkey. It is therefore hightly recommended
+to follow the instructions under "Separating profiles from installation
+directory".
 
 Note: These instructions do not tell you how to build SeaMonkey.
-For info on building SeaMonkey from the mozilla.org source code, see
-
-  http://developer.mozilla.org/en/docs/Build_Documentation
+For info on building the SeaMonkey source, see
+  https://developer.mozilla.org/en/Build_Documentation
 
 
 OS/2 Installation Instructions
 ------------------------------
 
-   To install SeaMonkey by downloading the SeaMonkey installer, follow
-   these steps:
-
-   1. Click the "Installer" link on the site you're downloading SeaMonkey
-      from to download the installer file to your machine. This file is
-      typically called seamonkey-x.xx.en-US.os2.installer.exe where the
-      "x.xx" is replaced by the SeaMonkey version.
+On OS/2, SeaMonkey does not have an installation program. To install it,
+download the .zip file and follow these steps:
 
-   2. Navigate to where you downloaded the file, make sure that the C
-      library DLLs are copied to the same directory or installed in the
-      LIBPATH, and double-click on the the SeaMonkey installer object to
-      start the Setup program.
+1. Click the "Zip" link on the site you're downloading SeaMonkey from to
+   download the ZIP package to your machine. This file is typically called
+   seamonkey-x.x.x.en-US.os2.zip where the "x.x.x" is replaced by the
+   current SeaMonkey version.
 
-   3. Follow the on-screen instructions in the setup program. The program 
-      automatically ends any running SeaMonkey sessions and creates a
-      SeaMonkey folder on the Desktop. To start SeaMonkey the first time,
-      again make sure that the C library DLLs are copied to the
-      installation directory or installed in the LIBPATH and then
-      double-click the SeaMonkey program object inside this folder.
+2. Navigate to where you downloaded the file and unpack it using your favorite
+   unzip tool.
 
-   To install SeaMonkey by downloading the .zip file and installing
-   manually, follow these steps:
-
-   1. Click the "Zip" link on the site you're downloading SeaMonkey from
-      to download the ZIP package to your machine. This file is typically
-      called seamonkey-x.x.x.en-US.os2.zip where the "x.x.x" is replaced
-      by the SeaMonkey version.
-
-   2. Navigate to where you downloaded the file and unpack it using your
-      favorite unzip tool.
+3. Keep in mind that the unzip process creates a directory "seamonkey" below
+   the location you point it to, e.g.
+        unzip seamonkey-2.0.en-US.os2.zip -d c:\seamonkey-2.0
+   will unpack SeaMonkey into c:\seamonkey-2.0\seamonkey.
 
-   3. Keep in mind that the unzip process creates a directory "seamonkey"
-      below the location you point it to, e.g.
-        unzip seamonkey-1.7.5.en-US.os2.zip -d c:\seamonkey-1.7.5
-      will unpack SeaMonkey into c:\seamonkey-1.7.5\seamonkey.
+4. Make sure that you are _not_ unpacking over an old installation. This is
+   known to cause problems.
 
-   4. Make sure that you are _not_ unpacking over an old installation.
-      This is known to cause problems.
-
-   5. To start SeaMonkey, navigate to the directory you extracted
-      SeaMonkey to, make sure that the C library DLLs are copied to the
-      installation directory or installed in the LIBPATH, and then
-      double-click the seamonkey.exe object.
+5. To start SeaMonkey, navigate to the directory you extracted SeaMonkey to,
+   ensure that the C library DLL is copied to the installation directory or
+   installed in the LIBPATH, and then double-click the seamonkey.exe object.
 
 
-Running multiple versions of SeaMonkey concurrently
--------------------------------------------------
+================================================================================
+
+                      Tips and Problems
+
+================================================================================
+
+Running multiple versions concurrently
+--------------------------------------
 
-Because various members of the Mozilla family (i.e. SeaMonkey, Mozilla,
-Firefox, Thunderbird, IBM Web Browser) may use different, incompatible
-versions of the same DLL, some extra steps may be required to run them
-concurrently.
+If you want to run more than one copy of SeaMonkey, you have to use the
+-no-remote parameter or set MOZ_NO_REMOTE=1 in your environment.
 
-One workaround is the LIBPATHSTRICT variable. To run Mozilla-based
-applications one can create a CMD script like the following example
-(where an installation of SeaMonkey exists in the directory
-d:\internet\seamonkey is assumed):
+Because various members of the Mozilla family (i.e. SeaMonkey, Mozilla, Firefox,
+Thunderbird, IBM Web Browser) may use different, incompatible versions of the
+same DLL, some extra steps may be required to run them concurrently.
+
+One workaround is the LIBPATHSTRICT variable. To run SeaMonkey one can create
+a CMD script like the following example (where an installation of SeaMonkey
+in the directory d:\internet\seamonkey is assumed):
 
    set LIBPATHSTRICT=T
    rem The next line may be needed when a different Mozilla program is listed in LIBPATH
    rem set BEGINLIBPATH=d:\internet\seamonkey
    rem The next line is only needed to run two versions of the same program
    rem set MOZ_NO_REMOTE=1
    d:
    cd d:\internet\seamonkey
@@ -195,68 +165,166 @@ following settings:
    Working directory:  d:\internet\seamonkey
 
 (One might need to add MOZ_NO_REMOTE and/or BEGINLIBPATH as in the CMD
 script above depending on the system configuration.)
 
 Finally, the simplest method is to use the Run! utility by Rich Walsh that
 can be found in the Hobbes Software Archive:
 
-   http://hobbes.nmsu.edu/cgi-bin/h-search?key=Run!
+   http://hobbes.nmsu.edu/h-search.php?key=Run!
 
 Read its documentation for more information.
 
 
 Separating profiles from installation directory
 -----------------------------------------------
 
-To separate the locations of the user profile(s) (containing the bookmarks
-and all customizations) from the installation directory to keep your
-preferences in the case of an update even when using ZIP packages, set the
-variable MOZILLA_HOME to a directory of your choice. You can do this
-either in Config.sys or in a script or using a program object as listed
-above. If you add
+To separate the locations of the user profile(s) (containing the bookmarks and
+all customizations) from the installation directory to keep your preferences in
+the case of an update even when using ZIP packages, set the variable
+MOZILLA_HOME to a directory of your choice. You can do this either in Config.sys
+or in a script or using a program object as listed above. If you add
 
    set MOZILLA_HOME=f:\Data
 
-the user profile(s) will be created in "f:\Data\Mozilla\Profiles".
+the SeaMonkey user profile will be created in "f:\Data\Mozilla\SeaMonkey".
+
+If you are migrating from Mozilla, SeaMonkey's import routine will only find
+the existing Mozilla profile data if MOZILLA_HOME is correctly set to point to
+it.
 
 
 Other important environment variables
 -------------------------------------
 
 There are a few enviroment variables that can be used to control special
 behavior of SeaMonkey on OS/2:
 
 - set NSPR_OS2_NO_HIRES_TIMER=1
-  This causes SeaMonkey not to use OS/2's high resolution timer. Set this
-  if other applications using the high resolution timer (multimedia apps)
-  act strangely.
+  This causes SeaMonkey not to use OS/2's high resolution timer. Set this if
+  other applications using the high resolution timer (multimedia apps) act
+  strangely.
 
 - set MOZ_NO_REMOTE=1
-  Use this to run two instances of SeaMonkey simultaneously (e.g. debug
+  Use this to run two instances of SeaMonkey simultaneously (like e.g. debug
   and optimized version).
 
+- set MOZ_NO_RWS=1
+  Use this to disable Remote Workplace Server support (see below).
+
 Find more information on this topic and other tips on
    http://www.os2bbs.com/os2news/Warpzilla.html
 
 
+Support for WPS objects
+-----------------------
+
+SeaMonkey can make use of Rich Walsh's Remote Workplace Server (RWS) library
+to access Workplace Shell objects from the application. This allows helper
+applications for downloaded files to be selected based on their default WPS
+association.
+
+To enable this functionality, SeaMonkey has to find the RWS DLLs. They have to
+be located in a directory on the LIBPATH, in the SeaMonkey directory, or
+already be registered as a WPS class. For eComStation 2 this is already the
+case. If RWS is not yet available on your system, download it from
+   http://hobbes.nmsu.edu/h-search.php?key=rws08dll
+
+If RWS is found on the system, it is used by SeaMonkey automatically. In case
+you need to disable RWS support, create an environment variable MOZ_NO_RWS and
+set it to 1.
+
+
+Idle timer for internal cleanups
+--------------------------------
+
+If Doodle's Screen Saver (DSSaver) v1.8 or later is installed, SeaMonkey can
+determine how long the user has been inactive. If the user has been inactive
+for a while, cleanup operations may be performed.
+
+DSSaver can be downloaded from
+   ftp://ftp.netlabs.org/pub/dssaver/dssaver_v18.zip
+
+
+Setting the OS/2 default web applications
+-----------------------------------------
+
+The default web browser can be set using WPS URL objects.  The properties
+notebook of every URL object contains a "Browser" tab where the browser
+executable can be selected. Any changes to these settings will be stored and
+reflected in all URL objects once the user presses the "Set Default" button.
+The default mail, news, and irc applications can be set by editing the USER_INI
+file.
+
+Two small applications make this change a bit easier and provide options to also
+set default programs for other types of internet-related activities:
+
+- ConfigApps
+     http://hobbes.nmsu.edu/h-search.php?key=configapps1_1
+
+- Internet Application Integration
+     http://7cities.net/~mckinnis/os2/
+
+
+Changed font handling
+---------------------
+
+To be able to display text, SeaMonkey cannot make use of normal OS/2 routines
+but has to use FreeType and FontConfig. This has the advantage that text can
+be displayed with antialiasing, but at the same time has some caveats:
+
+- SeaMonkey cannot make use of OS/2 fonts like WarpSans and others which
+  are not available in Type1 or TrueType format. It is therefore
+  recommended to install the "Workplace Sans" font from
+     http://users.socis.ca/~ataylo00/creative/fonts/
+  or
+     http://hobbes.nmsu.edu/h-search.php?key=wpsu_ttf
+  which SeaMonkey will use as a replacement of WarpSans.
+
+- Display of text in some languages (e.g. Arabic) does not yet take into account
+  that different forms of some characters exist.
+
+To tweak the appearance of text, you can add two preferences, preferably using
+about:config.
+
+- gfx.os2.font.antialiasing (Boolean)
+  This preference controls whether antialiasing is enabled, and defaults to
+  true.
+
+- gfx.os2.font.hinting (Integer)
+  This preference controls the hinting level, and can be between 0 (no hinting)
+  and 3 (full hinting). The default value is 2.
+  Font hinting improves the contrast of displayed text, but may produce poor
+  results for certain characters of some fonts, most notably the OS/2 version
+  of "Times New Roman".
+
+Note that these preferences only take effect when a font gets used for the first
+time, so you may need to restart the application to see the full effect.
+
+
 Known Problems of the OS/2 version
 ----------------------------------
 
 Cross-platform problems are usually listed in the release notes of each
 milestone release.
 
+- Printing to normal OS/2 printer queues had to be disabled. It was slow even
+  for simple pages and used huge amounts of RAM, so that in most cases the
+  application crashed, see https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=415522.
+  While the queues are still displayed in the printing dialog, any printing
+  operation will instead create a PDF file. By default this file is placed on
+  the Desktop, with the name SeaMonkey_<date>_<time>.pdf, where <date> and
+  <time> are replaced by the current system time. If you want to use another
+  name, select "Print to file" before pressing the Print button.
+  The resulting PDF file can be printed using applications like Lucide, Acrobat
+  Reader, or GSview.
+
+- Fonts with names containing special characters (like Asian Unicode names)
+  will not display correctly in the list of fonts in the Options panel.
+
 - SeaMonkey will beep when copying more than 64 kB of text to the clipboard.
   This is to alert users that many applications (most notably the system
   editor, EPM, and applications running in VIO windows) cannot paste more
   than this.
 
-- SeaMonkey cannot make use of OS/2 fonts like WarpSans and others which
-  are not available in Type1 or TrueType format. It is therefore
-  recommended to install the "Workplace Sans" font from
-     http://users.socis.ca/~ataylo00/creative/fonts/
-  or
-     http://hobbes.nmsu.edu/cgi-bin/h-search?key=wpsu_ttf
-  which SeaMonkey will use as a replacement of WarpSans.
-
-Other known problems can be found by following the link "Current Open
-Warpzilla Bugs" on the OS/2 Mozilla page <http://www.mozilla.org/ports/os2/>.
+Other known problems can be found by following the link "Current Open Warpzilla
+Bugs" on the OS/2 Mozilla page <http://www.mozilla.org/ports/os2/>.
--- a/widget/src/os2/README.thunderbird
+++ b/widget/src/os2/README.thunderbird
@@ -1,144 +1,161 @@
 ================================================================================
 
-= = = = = = = = = = = = =   Thunderbird Read Me    = = = = = = = = = = = = = = =
+= = = = = = = = = = = = = =   Thunderbird Read Me  = = = = = = = = = = = = = = =
 
 ================================================================================
 
 Thunderbird is subject to the terms detailed in the license agreement
 accompanying it.
 
 This Read Me file contains information about system requirements and
 installation instructions for the OS/2 build of Thunderbird.
 
 For more info on Thunderbird, see http://www.mozilla.org/products/thunderbird/.
 For more info on the OS/2 port see http://www.mozilla.org/ports/os2. To submit
-bugs or other feedback check out Bugzilla at https://bugzilla.mozilla.org for
-links to known bugs, bug-writing guidelines, and more. You can also get help
-with Bugzilla by pointing your IRC client to #mozillazine at irc.mozilla.org,
-OS/2 specific problems are discussed in #warpzilla and in the newsgroup
-mozilla.dev.ports.os2 on news.mozilla.org.
+bugs reports go to Bugzilla at https://bugzilla.mozilla.org.
+
+For discussion and help for OS/2 specific problems, please use the newsgroup
+mozilla.dev.ports.os2 on news.mozilla.org.  You can also get help by pointing
+your IRC client to the #warpzilla channel on irc.mozilla.org.
 
 
 ================================================================================
 
                           Getting Thunderbird
 
 ================================================================================
 
 Official Milestone builds of Thunderbird are published on the release page at
 
-  http://www.mozilla.org/products/thunderbird/releases/
+  http://www.mozilla.com/en-US/thunderbird/releases/
 
-OS/2 releases are not created by Mozilla.org staff and may appear on the page
-http://www.mozilla.org/ports/os2 before the releases page. Be sure to read the
-Thunderbird release notes linked on the releases page for information on known 
-problems and installation issues with Thunderbird.
+OS/2 releases are not created by Mozilla staff and may appear on the
+page http://www.mozilla.org/ports/os2 before the releases page. Be sure to read
+the release notes linked on the releases page for information on known problems
+and installation issues.
+OS/2 specific problems with this version are listed below.
 
 
 ================================================================================
 
                         System Requirements on OS/2
 
 ================================================================================
 
-- This release requires the C runtime DLLs (libc-0.6.1) from
-  ftp://ftp.netlabs.org/pub/gcc/libc-0.6.1-csd1.zip
+- This release requires the C runtime DLL (libc063.dll) from
+     ftp://ftp.netlabs.org/pub/gcc/libc-0.6.3-csd3.zip
   in order to run.  You can unpack them in the same directory as the
   Thunderbird executable or somewhere else in your LIBPATH.
 
 - Minimum hardware requirements
-  + Pentium class processor
-  + 64 MiB RAM plus 64 MiB free swap space
-  + 35 MiB free harddisk space for installation
-    plus storage space for disk cache
+  + 400 MHz Pentium class processor
+  + 128 MiB RAM plus 128 MiB free swap space
+  + 40 MiB free harddisk space for installation
+    plus storage space for messages and disk cache
+  + Graphics card and driver capable of displaying more than 256 colors
 
 - Recommended hardware for acceptable performance
-  + 500 MHz processor
-  + 256 MiB RAM plus 64 MiB free swap space
+  + 1.0 GHz processor
+  + 512 MiB RAM plus 128 MiB free swap space
     NOTE: Thunderbird's performance and stability increases the more physical
-    RAM is available. Especially for long sessions 512 MiB of memory is
-    recommended.
-  + Graphics card and driver capable of displaying more than 256 colors
+    RAM is available.
 
 - Software requirements
   + Installation on a file system supporting long file names
     (i.e. HPFS or JFS but not FAT)
-  + OS/2 Warp 4 with Fixpack 15 or later
+  + OS/2 Warp 4 with Fixpack 15 or later (Warp 3 may work but is unsupported)
   + MPTS version 5.3
   + TCP/IP version 4.1
   + INETVER: SOCKETS.SYS=5.3007, AFOS2.SYS=5.3001, AFINET.SYS=5.3006
     NOTE: Do not attempt to use MPTS & TCP/IP versions below these INETVER
     levels. Although Thunderbird may seem to start and run normally with older
     stacks, some features Thunderbird needs are not implemented correctly in
     older MPTS versions, which may result in crashes and data loss.
 
   + Convenience Pack 2 or eComStation 1.0 or later meet these requirements
     out of the box.
 
+  + Only Java plugins of version 1.4.1 or 1.4.2 are supported.
+    (IBM Java 1.3.1 or earlier will crash the application!)
+
+- Useful optional software
+  The following packages enable additional features in Thunderbird. Download
+  locations are listed below with a detailed description of the features.
+  + Remote Workplace Server (RWS), version 0.8
+  + Doodle's Screen Saver (DSSaver), version 1.8 or later
 
 ================================================================================
 
                           Installation Instructions
 
 ================================================================================
 
-For all platforms, unpack into a clean (new) directory.  Installing on top of
-previously released builds may cause problems with Thunderbird.
+Unpack into a clean (new) directory. Installing on top of previously released
+builds may cause problems with Thunderbird. It is therefore hightly recommended
+to follow the instructions under "Separating profiles from installation
+directory".
 
 Note: These instructions do not tell you how to build Thunderbird.
 For info on building the Thunderbird source, see
-
-  http://www.mozilla.org/build/
+  https://developer.mozilla.org/en/Build_Documentation
 
 
 OS/2 Installation Instructions
 ------------------------------
 
-   On OS/2, Thunderbird does not have an installation program. To install it,
-   download the .zip file and follow these steps:
+On OS/2, Thunderbird does not have an installation program. To install it,
+download the .zip file and follow these steps:
 
-     1. Click the "Zip" link on the site you're downloading Thunderbird from
-     to download the ZIP package to your machine. This file is typically called
-     thunderbird-x.x.x.en-US.os2.zip where the "x.x.x" is replaced by the
-     Thunderbird version.
+1. Click the "Zip" link on the site you're downloading Thunderbird from to
+   download the ZIP package to your machine. This file is typically called
+   thunderbird-x.x.x.en-US.os2.zip where the "x.x.x" is replaced by the
+   current Thunderbird version.
 
-     2. Navigate to where you downloaded the file and unpack it using your
-     favorite unzip tool.
+2. Navigate to where you downloaded the file and unpack it using your favorite
+   unzip tool.
 
-     3. Keep in mind that the unzip process creates a directory "thunderbird"
-     below the location you point it to, e.g.
-        unzip thunderbird-1.0.1.en-US.os2.zip -d c:\thunderbird-1.0.1
-     will unpack Thunderbird into c:\thunderbird-1.0.1\thunderbird.
+3. Keep in mind that the unzip process creates a directory "thunderbird" below
+   the location you point it to, e.g.
+      unzip thunderbird-3.0.en-US.os2.zip -d c:\thunderbird-3.0
+   will unpack Thunderbird into c:\thunderbird-3.0\thunderbird.
+
+4. Make sure that you are _not_ unpacking over an old installation. This is
+   known to cause problems.
 
-     4. Make sure that you are _not_ unpacking over an old installation. This is
-     known to cause problems.
+5. To start Thunderbird, navigate to the directory you extracted Thunderbird to,
+   ensure that the C library DLL is copied to the installation directory or
+   installed in the LIBPATH, and then double-click the thunderbird.exe object.
+
 
-     5. To start Thunderbird, navigate to the directory you extracted
-     Thunderbird to, make sure that the C library DLLs are copied to the
-     installation directory or installed in the LIBPATH, and then double-click
-     the thunderbird.exe object.
+================================================================================
 
+                      Tips and Problems
+
+================================================================================
 
 Running multiple versions concurrently
 --------------------------------------
 
-Because various members of the Mozilla family (i.e. Mozilla, Firefox, 
+If you want to run more than one copy of Thunderbird, you have to use the
+-no-remote parameter or set MOZ_NO_REMOTE=1 in your environment.
+
+Because various members of the Mozilla family (i.e. SeaMonkey, Mozilla, Firefox,
 Thunderbird, IBM Web Browser) may use different, incompatible versions of the
 same DLL, some extra steps may be required to run them concurrently.
 
 One workaround is the LIBPATHSTRICT variable. To run Thunderbird one can create
 a CMD script like the following example (where an installation of Thunderbird
-exists in the directory d:\internet\thunderbird is assumed):
+in the directory d:\internet\thunderbird is assumed):
 
    set LIBPATHSTRICT=T
    rem The next line may be needed when a different Mozilla program is listed in LIBPATH
    rem set BEGINLIBPATH=d:\internet\thunderbird
-   rem The next line is only needed to run two different versions of Thunderbird
+   rem The next line is only needed to run two versions of the same program
    rem set MOZ_NO_REMOTE=1
    d:
    cd d:\internet\thunderbird
    thunderbird.exe %1 %2 %3 %4 %5 %6 %7 %8 %9
 
 Similarly, one can create a program object to start Thunderbird using the
 following settings:
 
@@ -147,33 +164,33 @@ following settings:
    Working directory:  d:\internet\thunderbird
 
 (One might need to add MOZ_NO_REMOTE and/or BEGINLIBPATH as in the CMD script
 above depending on the system configuration.)
 
 Finally, the simplest method is to use the Run! utility by Rich Walsh that can
 be found in the Hobbes Software Archive:
 
-   http://hobbes.nmsu.edu/cgi-bin/h-search?key=Run!
+   http://hobbes.nmsu.edu/h-search.php?key=Run!
 
 Read its documentation for more information.
 
 
 Separating profiles from installation directory
 -----------------------------------------------
 
 To separate the locations of the user profile(s) (containing the bookmarks and
 all customizations) from the installation directory to keep your preferences in
-the case of an update even when using ZIP packages, set the variable 
+the case of an update even when using ZIP packages, set the variable
 MOZILLA_HOME to a directory of your choice. You can do this either in Config.sys
 or in a script or using a program object as listed above. If you add
 
    set MOZILLA_HOME=f:\Data
 
-the Thunderbird user profile will be created in "f:\Data\Thunderbird".
+the Thunderbird user profile will be created in "f:\Data\Mozilla\Thunderbird".
 
 If you are migrating from Mozilla, Thunderbird's import routine will only find
 the existing Mozilla profile data if MOZILLA_HOME is correctly set to point to
 it.
 
 
 Other important environment variables
 -------------------------------------
@@ -185,33 +202,124 @@ behavior of Thunderbird on OS/2:
   This causes Thunderbird not to use OS/2's high resolution timer. Set this if
   other applications using the high resolution timer (multimedia apps) act
   strangely.
 
 - set MOZ_NO_REMOTE=1
   Use this to run two instances of Thunderbird simultaneously (like e.g. debug
   and optimized version).
 
+- set MOZ_NO_RWS=1
+  Use this to disable Remote Workplace Server support (see below).
+
 Find more information on this topic and other tips on
    http://www.os2bbs.com/os2news/Warpzilla.html
 
 
+Support for WPS objects
+-----------------------
+
+Thunderbird can make use of Rich Walsh's Remote Workplace Server (RWS) library
+to access Workplace Shell objects from the application. This allows helper
+applications for downloaded files to be selected based on their default WPS
+association.
+
+To enable this functionality, Thunderbird has to find the RWS DLLs. They have to
+be located in a directory on the LIBPATH, in the Thunderbird directory, or
+already be registered as a WPS class. For eComStation 2 this is already the
+case. If RWS is not yet available on your system, download it from
+   http://hobbes.nmsu.edu/h-search.php?key=rws08dll
+
+If RWS is found on the system, it is used by Thunderbird automatically. In case
+you need to disable RWS support, create an environment variable MOZ_NO_RWS and
+set it to 1.
+
+
+Idle timer for internal cleanups
+--------------------------------
+
+If Doodle's Screen Saver (DSSaver) v1.8 or later is installed, Thunderbird can
+determine how long the user has been inactive. If the user has been inactive
+for a while, cleanup operations may be performed.
+
+DSSaver can be downloaded from
+   ftp://ftp.netlabs.org/pub/dssaver/dssaver_v18.zip
+
+
+Setting the OS/2 default mail and news program
+----------------------------------------------
+
+The default mail and news applications can be set by editing the USER_INI
+file.
+
+Two small applications make this change a bit easier and provide options to also
+set default programs for other types of internet-related activities:
+
+- ConfigApps
+     http://hobbes.nmsu.edu/h-search.php?key=configapps1_1
+
+- Internet Application Integration
+     http://7cities.net/~mckinnis/os2/
+
+
+Changed font handling
+---------------------
+
+To be able to display text, Thunderbird cannot make use of normal OS/2 routines
+but has to use FreeType and FontConfig. This has the advantage that text can
+be displayed with antialiasing, but at the same time has some caveats:
+
+- Thunderbird cannot make use of OS/2 fonts like WarpSans and others which
+  are not available in Type1 or TrueType format. It is therefore
+  recommended to install the "Workplace Sans" font from
+     http://users.socis.ca/~ataylo00/creative/fonts/
+  or
+     http://hobbes.nmsu.edu/h-search.php?key=wpsu_ttf
+  which Thunderbird will use as a replacement of WarpSans.
+
+- Display of text in some languages (e.g. Arabic) does not yet take into account
+  that different forms of some characters exist.
+
+To tweak the appearance of text, you can add two preferences, preferably using
+about:config.
+
+- gfx.os2.font.antialiasing (Boolean)
+  This preference controls whether antialiasing is enabled, and defaults to
+  true.
+
+- gfx.os2.font.hinting (Integer)
+  This preference controls the hinting level, and can be between 0 (no hinting)
+  and 3 (full hinting). The default value is 2.
+  Font hinting improves the contrast of displayed text, but may produce poor
+  results for certain characters of some fonts, most notably the OS/2 version
+  of "Times New Roman".
+
+Note that these preferences only take effect when a font gets used for the first
+time, so you may need to restart the application to see the full effect.
+
+
 Known Problems of the OS/2 version
 ----------------------------------
 
 Cross-platform problems are usually listed in the release notes of each
 milestone release.
 
+- Printing to normal OS/2 printer queues had to be disabled. It was slow even
+  for simple pages and used huge amounts of RAM, so that in most cases the
+  application crashed, see https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=415522.
+  While the queues are still displayed in the printing dialog, any printing
+  operation will instead create a PDF file. By default this file is placed on
+  the Desktop, with the name Thunderbird_<date>_<time>.pdf, where <date> and
+  <time> are replaced by the current system time. If you want to use another
+  name, select "Print to file" before pressing the Print button.
+  The resulting PDF file can be printed using applications like Lucide, Acrobat
+  Reader, or GSview.
+
+- Fonts with names containing special characters (like Asian Unicode names)
+  will not display correctly in the list of fonts in the Options panel.
+
 - Thunderbird will beep when copying more than 64 kB of text to the clipboard.
   This is to alert users that many applications (most notably the system
   editor, EPM, and applications running in VIO windows) cannot paste more
   than this.
 
-- Thunderbird cannot make use of OS/2 fonts like WarpSans and others which
-  are not available in Type1 or TrueType format. It is therefore
-  recommended to install the "Workplace Sans" font from
-     http://users.socis.ca/~ataylo00/creative/fonts/
-  or
-     http://hobbes.nmsu.edu/cgi-bin/h-search?key=wpsu_ttf
-  which Thunderbird will use as a replacement of WarpSans.
-
 Other known problems can be found by following the link "Current Open Warpzilla
 Bugs" on the OS/2 Mozilla page <http://www.mozilla.org/ports/os2/>.