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7 days ago
panzer
mrViewer 3.7.8: https://mrviewer.sourceforge.io/ http://www.noobslab.com/2017/08/vamox-icons-offers-three-color-variants.html http://www.noobslab.com/2017/08/ashes-is-light-theme-for-your-linux.html http://www.dedoimedo.com/computers/fedora-plasma-unity.html https://mathewsachin.github.io/Captura/ https://github.com/rdp/screen-capture-recorder-to-video-windows-free http://www.ex
Forum: Off-Topic
10 days ago
foliator
What is wrong in this test? :mad: HTLM5 test, KM76proRCportable, out of the box: 419/555 points. HTLM5 test, KM76proRCportable, w/ Firefox 55 UA: 419/555 points. - HTLM5 test, Chrome 60.0.3112.90, out of the box: 518/555 points. HTLM5 test, Chrome 60.0.3112.90, w/ Firefox 55 UA: 517/555 points. So, what is UA spoofing useful HTLM5 for? ¬_¬ https://html5test.com/ Interesting! I'
Forum: General
11 days ago
J.G.
In future you'll probably hardly find sites where those plugins will be of any use. Besides, some plugins had a bad reputation because of their vulnerabilities. Imagine the joy of using some unmantained plugings on some obscure sites. Java, Silverlight, Flash and Sockwave are still maintained. I use Java in the office all day long, my favorite hotel has its website full of silverlight conten
Forum: General
11 days ago
Yogi
1) Edge, Chrome and Firefox don't allow Java, and very soon they won't allow no plugins at all. Add Safari to the list and you'll get all browsers still maintained / in development one can choose from. Keep in mind that all oher browsers are basically only shells for the above browser engines. 2) People need plugins. Yes, they need them to work, to play, for everything. In future
Forum: General
11 days ago
J.G.
I don't care too much about both Slimbrowser and The World. Anyway let me to say to you all a couple of true facts: 1) Edge, Chrome and Firefox don't allow Java, and very soon they won't allow no plugins at all. 2) People need plugins. Yes, they need them to work, to play, for everything. I have recommended Kmeleon 76RCpro to all my friends, because they all need plugins too. A browser with
Forum: General
12 days ago
rodocop
the page http://www.theworld.cn/ contains direct links to both TheWorld 6 and 7
Forum: General
12 days ago
foliator
oops. The browser is called "The World" I don't agree, Slimbrowser is better than The World by far. :) https://www.slimbrowser.net/ http://www.theworld.cn/twen/ The second link brings up a very early version of TheWorld, which -- like Slimbrowser -- uses the Trident rendering engine that's integrated in Windows. It's the same engine that IE uses. Basically they're just IE wi
Forum: General
12 days ago
J.G.
"You cannot downgrade Firefox 55 profiles." LOL. https://www.ghacks.net/2017/08/02/you-cannot-downgrade-firefox-55-profiles/ "Once a profile has been used with Firefox 55 (or later), it should not be used with previous versions of Firefox. IndexedDB, the (DOM) Cache API, Service Workers, and the asm.js cache will all fail to operate, generating confusing errors and causing po
Forum: General
13 days ago
foliator
Or calling the macro only manually, only when needed, not automatically after every page load ($OnLoad). The catch is that would of course require again a shortcut/menu/button, but if you don't mind that it's another possibility. In that case the toggle could be included. Hmmm ... I might try that later. It might also be necessary for the macro to force a reload of the YouTube page if it hasn
Forum: Extensions
13 days ago
foliator
Or calling the macro only manually, only when needed, not automatically after every page load ($OnLoad). The catch is that would of course require again a shortcut/menu/button, but if you don't mind that it's another possibility. In that case the toggle could be included. I leave enhancements and changes to any of you ;) It is open to anyone who wants to make changes :) ... and has th
Forum: Extensions
13 days ago
foliator
OH GOD I JUST FOUND THE GITHUB PROJECT DOESN'T EXISTS ANYMORE LOL!!! HERE AS WELL xDDD https://greasyfork.org/en/scripts/1317-download-youtube-videos-as-mp4 Ha! Maybe Google forced the project off those sites in an attempt to prevent video downloads! Anyway, it looks like you got that script just in time. This is why I always store applications that I've stopped using in Zip archive
Forum: Extensions
13 days ago
JohnHell
Or calling the macro only manually, only when needed, not automatically after every page load ($OnLoad). The catch is that would of course require again a shortcut/menu/button, but if you don't mind that it's another possibility. In that case the toggle could be included. I leave enhancements and changes to any of you ;) It is open to anyone who wants to make changes :)
Forum: Extensions
13 days ago
siria
Or calling the macro only manually, only when needed, not automatically after every page load ($OnLoad). The catch is that would of course require again a shortcut/menu/button, but if you don't mind that it's another possibility. In that case the toggle could be included.
Forum: Extensions
13 days ago
JohnHell
BTW, sometimes the file downloads as "videoplayback" without an extension, but it's easy to add the extension and rename the file later. At other times, the file comes down already properly named with its title and the MP4 extension. As posted, that is up to the script developer. Remember to check the github page for updates!! ;) OH GOD I JUST FOUND THE GITHUB PROJECT DOESN'T E
Forum: Extensions
13 days ago
foliator
Now I'm going to try inserting the HTML5 Disabled statements at the very top of the download macro; maybe it will disable HTML5 automatically prior to the download. Then I can always toggle HTML5 back on later. Emmmm, no, that won't work. Placing a toggle at the beginning of the macro will do nothing unless you invoke it. And the macro is just invoked on load (using the macro holder $O
Forum: Extensions
13 days ago
J.G
oops. The browser is called "The World" I don't agree, Slimbrowser is better than The World by far. :) https://www.slimbrowser.net/ http://www.theworld.cn/twen/
Forum: General
13 days ago
JohnHell
Now I'm going to try inserting the HTML5 Disabled statements at the very top of the download macro; maybe it will disable HTML5 automatically prior to the download. Then I can always toggle HTML5 back on later. Emmmm, no, that won't work. Placing a toggle at the beginning of the macro will do nothing unless you invoke it. And the macro is just invoked on load (using the macro holder $OnL
Forum: Extensions
13 days ago
foliator
OK, looks like I've answered my own question. :lol: I tried toggling HTML5 off just before clicking on the download link. It worked perfectly. Staying on the same video, I then toggled HTML5 back on and started the download again; as I expected, it opened in the HTML5 player. Now I'm going to try inserting the HTML5 Disabled statements at the very top of the download macro; maybe it will disabl
Forum: Extensions
13 days ago
J.G
"You cannot downgrade Firefox 55 profiles." LOL. https://www.ghacks.net/2017/08/02/you-cannot-downgrade-firefox-55-profiles/
Forum: General
13 days ago
JohnHell
The macro works for me, too. However, while some of the videos download properly, others immediately start playing in the browser's HTML5 player instead of being downloaded, and I can't successfully save them that way. I generally leave HTML5 enabled; would it help if I disabled it for use with this macro? In that case, if the video opened in my offline media player I could save a copy from ther
Forum: Extensions
13 days ago
foliator
The macro works for me, too. However, while some of the videos download properly, others immediately start playing in the browser's HTML5 player instead of being downloaded, and I can't successfully save them that way. I generally leave HTML5 enabled; would it help if I disabled it for use with this macro? In that case, if the video opened in my offline media player I could save a copy from there.
Forum: Extensions
13 days ago
guenter
There seems to be a workaround to surpass the OS XP owed limits of recent Mozilla browsers. Enable MP4 (H.264 + AAC) HTML5 video I got stuck however with FF ESR 52 saying that the Primetime Content Decryption Module "will be installed shortly". p.s. I had hoped to get that going and look into K-Meleon using it. p.p.s. Used wrong type "integer" instead of "
Forum: General
13 days ago
luk3Z
It's working like a charm. Good job JohnHell. Instruction for any new KM users: Just unpack "Download YouTube Videos as MP4.zip (12.2 KB)" to .\K-Meleon\macros (KM version : KM 75.0 or newer)
Forum: Extensions
13 days ago
J.G.
https://www.youtube.com/v/MePaWG7g5FA No workaround for that yet :( This video has restricted content from SME (Sony Music Entertainment). :( By the way I'm testing now the DuckDuckGo spider with good results on Youtube and long websites filled with any kind of content. As I said, I have never noticed such an ungly problem that doesn't allow me to browse fluently and fine with 76RCpro, but
Forum: General
14 days ago
foliator
@siria: Well, this time I prefer to take the lazy way out and use an alternate browser for sites that don't work in KM. Another thing I've tried is a macro that opens the current URL in my alternate browser. I use a very long and complicated command line with Iron, not just the executable file. Those parameters are essential, however, so I wrote a batch file to start it with those parameters, t
Forum: General
14 days ago
siria
KM 76 Pro fixes a few of them, but I've customized my current version very heavily, especially the toolbars (including custom icons) and menus. In 76 Pro I found I'd have to go through a lot of that again. Would just try to copy over your customized files, as they are. Can make things easier for the future too. Worth a try? For example, in the "skins" folder, users can create an own
Forum: General
14 days ago
foliator
KM has everything implemented what Mozilla's Gecko engine on which it is based, has. Keep in mind that KM 75 is based on Firefox ESR 31. Actual Firefox ESR is 52.3. Yes, I realize that. This is why I keep an alternate browser on hand. KM 76rc has problems on my machine. KM 76 Pro fixes a few of them, but I've customized my current version very heavily, especially the toolbars (including custom
Forum: General
14 days ago
Yogi
If I set media.mediasource.enabled to true, all the formats are checked as enabled on youtube.com/html5. If I disable it, of course, YouTube shows checkmarks in the top three items, but the bottom three relating to media source extensions are unchecked. YT videos play fine whether that setting is enabled or disabled. However, I generally leave it disabled, because it makes a big difference
Forum: General
14 days ago
J.G.
I always read these latest workarounds to get a better browsing, although I have never noticed such an ungly problem that doesn't allow me to browse fluently and fine. Probably I'm the luckiest websurfer in the world or something unknown for me. :mad: Or probably I have a very light surfing behaviour. However, I hope that Rodocop is collecting all these new workarounds to valuate if they should be
Forum: General
14 days ago
foliator
The chromium based browser plays all video formats on YouTube and also works with my old xp system and old cpu which doesn't have sse2 oops. The browser is called "The World" @Dee V: Which version of The World are you using? Version 7 recently stopped playing YouTube videos on my Windows 7 machine, although it plays other videos very well. I use Version 6.2.0.128 Thanks
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