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[quote=dugbugoffice2] The version of NS is 2.5 now. And you now have full options now with it. There is an issue with frames with NS as it is with FireFox. You can turn off the frames in about:config but it still works when tested. http://www.draac.com/framestest.html All the security works, but the frames is still on. K-meleon db 1.7 types works no frames, but the NS version of 1.6 does not. Get K-meleon db's here: http://home.dbdbdugbug.operaunite.com/Projects/content/KMFILES/Download-K-Meleon-db.html K-meleon is getting behind, the engine in it is old. Mozilla ended the 3.6's and there is no way get anything above the 3's to work. My versions are more on security than compliance!!!!!!!!!! Websites today are moving along & K-meleon can't always deal with these new websites. The K-meleon-db 1.7 is more secure than the Firefox 3.6 it is based on with the same about:config settings. But as I seen the K-meleon 1.6 NS is now the most secure. Setting up NoScript with websites on the white list might be hard in a way. But can be done. It's even worse to set up K-meleon with a locked profile. But the security is worth it! It stands with FireFox 19+ as is security. K-meleon gets a 13 on security at http://www.browserscope.org The K-meleon-db types with me gets attacked a lot & it does hold up with a locked profile! Again K-meleon is aimed at security not compliance! Some HELP is here at: http://home.dbdbdugbug.operaunite.com/Projects/content/KMFILES/A_KMFILES_HELP.html I some issues with websites seems to be my settings & how websites react to them. This happens with Firefox also I noticed. It's a file in your profile. "webappsstore.sqlite" Some websites make it pop up. It's like a cookie kind of thing I think, so you can be tracked. Just open it in note pad & delete all in it. Then type in: Privacy Program save it & set the file to hidden, Read-only archive! Now nothing can be saved on the file. This will help you in some websites![/quote]
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