XML errors suddenly appear! (+2 edits)

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XML errors suddenly appear! (+2 edits)

Postby T J Tulley on Mon Sep 22, 2008 10:43 am

I downloaded a lot of updates to Elyssa this morning: now I get an xml error message when I try to send an e-mail via Thunderbird. The error disappeared when I selected Plain text only instead of the default format.
I also get an xml error message when I try to open the Thunderbird address book. I have to enter a name in the 'To' box to get the address, then delete the compose window if I don't want it.

Later (edited in) - I have discovered that sending an original mail doesn't produce the error message although by default that is in html - I think it happened when I tried to send a reply to an incoming html mail.

However, it still produces an error message when I try to open the address book: it says:
"XML Parsing Error: not well-formed
Location: chrome://messenger/content/addressbook/addressbook.xul
Line Number 1, Column 16:
dirTree.focus();
---------------^. "
Edited again! I tried to open Edit>Preferences in Thunderbird - the following appeared:
"XML Parsing Error: syntax error
Location: chrome://messenger/content/preferences/preferences.xul
Line Number 1, Column 1:AuthMethod.localName + ">\n");
^ "
Please, how do I remove the offending update, or otherwise adjust Thunderbird so that it is acceptable - does it require an extension? ?
Yours hopefully -

Theo Tulley.
Using a PC with 2GB RAM, 3 hdds and a 1.7 GHz Celeron cpu.
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Re: XML errors suddenly appear! (+2 edits)

Postby FreakofPurple on Sat Aug 16, 2014 2:45 pm

Elyssa is an outdated version of Linux Mint. It is recommended to upgrade to a later, more supported version such as 17 "Qiana"
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