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Re: Does the New K-Meleon Still Work With Win 98SE ?
Posted by: siria
Date: December 26, 2010 06:10AM

I did, long since, unfortunately it tends itself to get blue ;-)

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Re: Does the New K-Meleon Still Work With Win 98SE ?
Posted by: snuz2
Date: December 29, 2010 12:47PM

Wow, I am running the latest Flash 10.1.164 or whatever in BOTH KM1.6 and KM1.5....so far no probs. I was one of the people who could never get 10.0 to work no matter what I did, it would install, KM would find it, but never render anything. Kernel Ex has come a long way !!!. The latest Flash AX is also working for me.surprised smiley

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Re: Does the New K-Meleon Still Work With Win 98SE ?
Posted by: isch bins
Date: January 02, 2011 06:49AM

ich hab auch w98 mit k-meleon 1.5.4. irgendwas, läuft prima, hoffe, die nächste version läuft dann noch drauf

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Re: Does the New K-Meleon Still Work With Win 98SE ?
Posted by: guenter
Date: January 03, 2011 05:06PM

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isch bins
ich hab auch w98 mit k-meleon 1.5.4. irgendwas, läuft prima, hoffe, die nächste version läuft dann noch drauf

Nein die nächste Version 1.6 kann nicht auf ungeändertem Win98 laufen.
Muss man KernelX installieren, damit K-Meleon 1.6 läuft.
Benutzt Sachen, die win98 nicht hat. Muss man nachrüsten oder den Fehler unterdrücken.

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Re: Does the New K-Meleon Still Work With Win 98SE ?
Posted by: isch bins
Date: January 03, 2011 08:06PM

hab mir mal verschiedene kerneldingens runtergeladen...

4.0 final 1
4.0 final 2
4.5 beta 1
4.5 beta 2

is 4.0 final 2 besser oder die beta 2 von 4.5? dachte, die beta-dinger sin noch ne ausgereift?

aber mal ganz davon abgesehn, solange es keinen grund gibt, of k-meleon 1.6 umzusteigen, weil irgend was wichtiges geändert wurde un ich deshalb ne mehr z.b. e-mails angucken kann, werd ich auf w98 die version 1.5.4 lassen. sollte erstmal ne weile laufen

geht das mit dem kernel auch, was vlc-player angeht? war doch auch bis zu einer bestimmten version begrenzt auf w98...

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Re: Does the New K-Meleon Still Work With Win 98SE ?
Posted by: siria
Date: January 03, 2011 08:10PM

Wie kommst du denn auf DIE steinalten Versionen??

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Re: Does the New K-Meleon Still Work With Win 98SE ?
Posted by: guenter
Date: January 03, 2011 11:33PM

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siria
Wie kommst du denn auf DIE steinalten Versionen??

Ist das nicht ziemlich egal? tongue sticking out smiley

Hier ist ein K-Meleon Forum Thread über die neueste KernelX Version.

siria kann dir bestimmt erweiterte Tips geben - sie benuzt den Kram.

Mach unbedingt ein richtiges Backup von deinem System.
Ich habe mit einer kernelX Vorversion leider mein ME total zerschossen. sad smiley



Dein anderer Post über e-Mail Seiten.

Du kannst auch bei Firefox 2 den UserAgentString so ändern, dass sie dich nicht abweisen.

Gehe nach about:config. Gib in den Filter ein: user

Dann kriegst du z.B. Präferenzen mit useragent angezeigt.

Ändere den Wert von z.B. general.useragent.extra.firefox

oder lege neue String Schlüssel an wie: general.useragent.override

als Wert gib an: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:1.9.1.16) Gecko/2006101023 Firefox/3.5.16

Dann gibt er sich als Firefox 3 aus. grinning smiley

Der Beispielschlüssel ist aus K-Meleons about:config - also lassmer uns da inspirieren. cool smiley

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Re: Does the New K-Meleon Still Work With Win 98SE ?
Posted by: isch bins
Date: January 04, 2011 05:34AM

danke für die neue kernel-version und eure tipps! :-)

das mit dem firefox 2 werd isch mal ausprobieren... :-) binsch ja echt gespannt... :-)

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Re: Does the New K-Meleon Still Work With Win 98SE ?
Posted by: guenter
Date: January 04, 2011 06:43PM

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isch bins
das mit dem firefox 2 werd isch mal ausprobieren... :-) binsch ja echt gespannt... :-)

Was an Browsern von außen sichtbar ist, findest du auf Browserspy (Browserspion).
Da kannst schauen, wie eine Änderung von Webseiten "gesehen" wird.

Ich habe den beschriebenen Hack mit Yahoos dummer Browserweiche selbst getestet. tongue sticking out smiley
Der Hack geht mit jedem auf Gecko basierendem Browser. smiling smiley

Hier gibt es einige Leut', die nutzen K-Melchen länger - als Firefox existiert, man mußte doch damals mal rausfinden, was der heftig beworbene, neue Cousin/Klon von K-Melchen AUCH kann. grinning smiley

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Re: Does the New K-Meleon Still Work With Win 98SE ?
Posted by: topor8
Date: May 10, 2011 04:21AM

Pleased to report that I finally got KM1.6 to work on my
W98SE machine. The trick was choosing the right
compatibility mode in Kernelex 4.5. Though I couldn't find a
straight-forward explanation on how to do that in the KM forums, it
turns out that following the compatibility instructions for Opera 11.1
does the trick.

In Windows Explorer, Right click on K-meleon.exe.

In the drop-down menu, click on Properties

Click on the KernelEx tab

In the drop-down menu, click on Windows NT 4.0 SP6

Thanks.

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Re: Does the New K-Meleon Still Work With Win 98SE ?
Posted by: MXB
Date: May 10, 2011 04:38AM

Perhaps this might help. I had a similar problem with menu icons that looked wrong (black background) when I changed to Opera 10.5 (IIRC) and I fixed it by installing a DLL. I've since forgotten the details but could find out.

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Re: Does the New K-Meleon Still Work With Win 98SE ?
Posted by: siria
Date: May 10, 2011 04:58AM

Glad you got it working too, topor! One more in the tiny win98 community running KM1.6 grinning smiley

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MXB
Perhaps this might help. I had a similar problem with menu icons that looked wrong (black background) when I changed to Opera 10.5 (IIRC) and I fixed it by installing a DLL. I've since forgotten the details but could find out.

WAAH - YES, please do!! That might well be that little missing puzzle piece that allows for partial opacity in 98SE, or that fixes my messy favicons on some sites...

PS: My KernelEx compatibility on 98SE is set to XP SP2, has always worked fine smiling smiley



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Re: Does the New K-Meleon Still Work With Win 98SE ?
Posted by: guenter
Date: May 10, 2011 04:59AM

Hi topor8, thx for posting Your solution.

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MXB
I had a similar problem with menu icons that looked wrong (black background) when I changed to Opera 10.5 (IIRC) and I fixed it by installing a DLL. I've since forgotten the details but could find out.

It would be interesting to know whether this dll was Common Controls Version 6?

Reason: K-Meleon skins with alpha transparency rely on a function from this dll version. & PPL on some systems do not have it or/and can not use it. So the new default skin looks odd. Thx for reading my post & in advance for the answer.

greetings



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Re: Does the New K-Meleon Still Work With Win 98SE ?
Posted by: MXB
Date: May 11, 2011 03:23AM

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siria
Glad you got it working too, topor! One more in the tiny win98 community running KM1.6 :D

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MXB
Perhaps this might help. I had a similar problem with menu icons that looked wrong (black background) when I changed to Opera 10.5 (IIRC) and I fixed it by installing a DLL. I've since forgotten the details but could find out.

WAAH - YES, please do!! That might well be that little missing puzzle piece that allows for partial opacity in 98SE, or that fixes my messy favicons on some sites...

PS: My KernelEx compatibility on 98SE is set to XP SP2, has always worked fine :)

"To elaborate on the black squares in the menus behind the icons I just fixed this by downloading and placing MSIMG32.DLL in my Opera directory. Up until now I'd been one of those 98 users who just checked the ignore error thing. After having read an old post about it which provided an alternative to screwing up my system with ME files (that is to place the DLL in the OPERA dir so that only Opera uses it) I decided to try it."

I copied and pasted that from my post at the Opera Forums. It's jogged my memory. The trick was to get a Windows ME version of that DLL and place it in the Opera dir as it says. You could also put it in your systems dir if you dare. I didn't and was happy to learn that Windows has a PATH (MS-DOS concept) like system for finding DLL's.

Hmm, I would have attached the file but I see no option. Oh well. It wasn't hard to locate.

Hope it helps.

P.S. I'll have to try Kernelex eventually I suspect. :)



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