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[quote=guenter] Yes: possible. The files are inside archives inside K-Meleon chrome folder. Many K-Meleon/Chrome files are AFAIK utf8! A good program editor shows You which encoding is used (all good editors do). Chrome folder jar = zip file with another extension name. Use a zip program to open/unzip the jars. Save Your changes there and rezip them. Embed.jar/content/global/netError.xhtml this file has AFAIK the js and surfaces for the error pages. It invocates some files: The actual error texts are in: chrome://global/locale/netError.dtd - this location reads: en-US.jar/embed/locale/en-US/global/netError.dtd In my case de-DE.jar = Your national chrome translation file, whatever it is. The file is encoding utf8. You write in it with special editors that [b]CAN[/b] write and save this specific encoding! Your will make the file unusable, if You write with a wrong editor that can not write utf8. I use [url=http://www.pspad.com/]PSPad[/url]. There are many such utf8 editors but Windows default editor is no good. The styles are in chrome://global/skin/netError.css - this location reads: embed.jar/skin/classic/global/netError.css Happy recoding :)[/quote]
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