Morton Fox (mortonfox) wrote,
Morton Fox
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Beautiful Day (Don't let it get away...)

2978 down, 22 to go.

Absolutely gorgeous day today, so I couldn't resist taking time off in the afternoon and going outside. Ran into Treequest while out in Dover and we did two geocaches together. Then I had dinner out in East Hanover and shopped at the Chinese supermarket there too. So it's been a full day.



"343" (New Jersey)
Rifle Camp Park in West Paterson. (Actually went for this one in the morning. The others were in the afternoon/evening.) This cache is a 9/11 memorial.

Frog City (New Jersey)
Ramapo Mountain State Forest in Oakland.

The Hiker Series: Cache 5 - Cannonball (New Jersey)
Ramapo Mountain State Forest in Oakland. Near the Cannonball Trail. (It's blazed with a "C" in a red circle.)

The Hiker Series: Cache 6 - Hoeferlin (New Jersey)
Ramapo Mountain State Forest in Oakland. Near the Hoeferlin (yellow) Trail.

The Hiker Series: Cache 1 - Schuber (New Jersey)
Ramapo Mountain State Forest in Oakland. Near the Schuber (orange) Trail.

IrishPat's Birthday Cache (New Jersey)
Dover. Small wooded area next to an apartment complex.

Mt. Hope Mines I (New Jersey)
Mount Hope Historical Park in Wharton. (Historical Marker)






Hopefully the final word on Mnenhy and the Thunderbird junk mail icon...

The problem is, with the Mnenhy 0.6 extension installed, Thunderbird uses the GIF version of the junk mail icon and not the PNG version. So themes that only have the PNG version of the icon will show a blank there.

I checked the Mnenhy newsgroup at news.mozdev.org and the workaround is to add the following to userChrome.css:

treechildren::-moz-tree-image(junkStatusCol, junk)
{
  list-style-image: url("chrome://messenger/skin/icons/folder-junk.png") ! important;
}


Once you do that and restart Thunderbird, it uses the PNG version of the icon as it is supposed to do.
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