Ummm... Was this 32-bit designed to run in x64?
I did finally persuade it to run, somehow I got it to make a new profile. But no preference changes would stick, and while the "Browse" option for some new folders would show the new "Profiles" subfolder in KM160b25/, that folder was never actually created.
It really looks like I'll have to retire KM. A lot of JS/ECMAscript doesn't work now: the Error Console indicates it is non-standard or otherwise non-compliant. Unfortunately, Lotto wins are like hens' teeth at the moment, so funding a C++ body is not on the cards
It's a damn shame, this was the best browser I have ever had the privilege of using. And it's so bloody fast!
Gigabyte H61M-USB3-B3 r2.0, I5-2400 3.10GHz, 4GB RAM; W7HPx64 SP1, Lotus SmartSuite 9.8, K-Meleon 76RC, Pale Moon 26.4.1, IE11, Clyton email 15.0, Foxit Reader 126.96.36.1996, PaintShop Pro 6.02, ZAM Free 2.74, SuRun 188.8.131.52, VoodooShield 3.59b
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