* Pigeon (email@example.com) [030707 15:51]: > On Mon, Jul 07, 2003 at 04:11:36PM +0700, Oki DZ wrote: > > Hi, > > > > Why do you need to exit from Mozilla first before the bookmarks get > > permanently stored on disk? I mean, when you have saved a bookmark and > > Moz crashes, the new bookmarks wouldn't get stored. > > Probably because it stores the bookmarks in memory and doesn't bother > writing them to disk until it needs to, ie. when you shut it down so > it can't keep them in memory anymore. Lots of apps do this sort of > thing. The general rule is that if an app crashes you can expect to > lose anything you've done in it that you haven't explicitly saved to > disk. True. The problem Oki describes is real, though: I don't believe there's any way to "save" without closing mozilla. This means that some data (the bookmarks) can't be saved without losing other data (the "state" of the session: open tabs, "back" and "forward" history, etc.) I'd say this would be an appropriate issue to file in bugzilla (if it's not already there, of course). good times, Vineet -- http://www.doorstop.net/ -- --Nick Moffitt A: No. Q: Should I include quotations after my reply?
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