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[quote=guenter] [quote=gordon451] Hi guenter - OK, I've replaced embed.jar. 1) is there supposed to be a new manifest to go with it? 2) it has screwed up the error alert layout: the message is there, but the nice box is gone. It does have the alert icon though. CSS? disrupted posted his "embed-certerrorfixes.7z" on or before June 6, but he also posted "netError.xhtml" on about June 8. I assume netError is probably later than the one in embed.jar. These .jar files do not appear to be compressed in any way: it looks as though I can simply replace the June 6 version of netError with the June 8 version? Problem: UTF=8 encoding? Or are we less fussy? edit: Curses!!!! It [b]is[/b] compressed!!!! :mad: end edit. [/quote] 1.) It will reuse the old manifest. The manifest stay the same unless You want to fix something in the manifest. 2.) CSS or other code change. Does the button add an exception when clicked? Else the new jar does not cover all needed changes. 3.) embed.jar is saved as zip file (some programs like 7.zip can save it with the extension jar / other save it as zip and You rename the extension to jar manually). It does not matter whether You use normal comression. So You can also compress. It is only that it uses some extra RAM when You deflate it during loading. I personally prefer compressed jars since I think reading a small file and deflating in RAM is faster than reading the uncompressed big file. It is UTF=8 encoding. And Yes it is fussy and breaks when it is encoded differently. But a good compression program does not break it. 4.) You can replace it inside the jar. But I guess disrupted has used the latest version.[/quote]
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