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Yesterday
Yogi
Weird indeed. It shouldn't make any difference but since we are at it - these are my settings: http://i.imgur.com/8kPDJRZ.png The only file extension in my prefs for file handling by type is that for ISO files.
Forum: Announcements
Yesterday
Yogi
Everything works fine, the way I have set up K-Meleon. C:\_Download is my folder for downloads. http://i.imgur.com/9AxapxI.png
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Yesterday
Yogi
@Chanson Yu http://i.imgur.com/hA5oauK.png
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Yesterday
Yogi
Now it is getting tiresome and nerving. I think, too, that KM developers need a more user-centered approach to accountability regarding their "packaged product". No ethical company would knowingly and intentionally distribute a product containing a faulty component made by another company, right? Why would KM's expert developers do this? Just because they are volunteers? All the
Forum: Bugs
5 days ago
Yogi
As for the K-Meleon page crashing you browser, as far as I can recall, you are the only one experiencing it. 1. Others are experiencing the crash. JamesD: "I get a crash on the URL in first post." foliator: "actually never loaded and locked up both the browser and the OS." Both, JamesD and Foliator are referring to your first post which wasn't about the K-Meleon
Forum: Bugs
5 days ago
Yogi
Well, big RAM also could be the reason of issue: malformed script may lead to aggressive RAM loading - but KM freezes (or crashes) after it gets up to 2Gb RAM for it's process (being the 32-bit app). As far as I can see in my task manager, the RAM that K-Meleon has to handle doesn't climb over 350MB. There's still much room till 2000MB.
Forum: Bugs
5 days ago
Yogi
@mikeyww Your hardware is ok. K-Meleon 76RC should fly on it. I've tested your link with a new fresh install of KM76RC (7z package). I didn't touch any setting, have left everything at its defaults. The site loads and works fine. No crash. See the attached pic. I'm afraid it's something at your end but have no idea what it could be. We both have similar hardware except yours supplies the
Forum: Bugs
8 days ago
Yogi
Please uncheck the option of "Download with Secured Download manager" just below the DOWNLOAD button. :) Then it will be OK. I'm getting old. :) It's not the first time I'm downloading from DFH but it was for the first time that I overlooked the checkmark. I've done the test again, this time with K-Meleon 75.1 and Firefox 45.2.0 (no filtering, just the default settings) with the s
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8 days ago
Yogi
Here are the screenshots of them. https://www.datafilehost.com/d/3b6ac402 Weird. By clicking the download button I get offered a binary file (setup.exe) of 948KB instead of Test Image.7z of 281.11KB. http://oi66.tinypic.com/zyanv9.jpg I assume that DataFile is playing dirty tricks.
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9 days ago
Yogi
Since the OP didn't gave a link to test, Mikk's suggestion seems to be the most plausible cause. Most videos are either mp4, vp8 or flash. Windows 7 will play them thanks to its own native splitter. Flash needs the NPSWF.dll but this is obvious. K-Meleon should play the vids with the default settings as well.
Forum: General
9 days ago
Yogi
I've tested with 4 browsres - K-Meleon 75.1, K-Meleon 76RC, Opera Presto and Firefox ESR 45.2.0. All four are opening the same page and showing the same pokemon like creature. :) Lol, the page does not exist. possible reason: 1. You entered the wrong address in the address bar. 2. You clicked on an expired link.
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19 days ago
Yogi
Latest update from Adobe NPSWF32_18.0.0.366-ESR For those who need the unhexed ESR flavor: http://effect8.ru/soft/media/adobe-flash-player-portable.html I assume that plugin.vch is for DRM. You can skip that file. NPSWF32.dll is clean, tested myself.
Forum: General
21 days ago
Yogi
Well, I don't use antivirus software since many years. Nevertheless, I wouldn't advise average users to do the same. For them a decent AV can be the last rescue. OT: Norton never had a decent unpacking engine. It was enough to pack malware which Norton had definitions for with a less common packer (like Armadillo) to fool Norton. That was more than a decade ago and I did test myself since someho
Forum: Off-Topic
26 days ago
Yogi
I also found that I already had an app called Proxy Switcher and gave that a try with very mixed results. Be aware that Proxy Switcher and Privoxy are total different animals. Privoxy is a local filtering proxy (mainly but not only, to filter ads). I used Privoxy ages ago to SOCKSify Opera Presto (before Yngwe implemented SOCKS support in Opera Presto).
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4 weeks ago
Yogi
I couldn't run scripts within compressed files either. I see. My bad. I should have been more thoughtful when proposing to open scripts within an archive. While it works fine with clickable scripts like .vbs it can't be applied to file.js, since you can't tell per CMD: open file.js residing in C:\path\file.zip. :) In my case I just have to open the archive and click on the .vbs inside. Thi
Forum: Off-Topic
4 weeks ago
Yogi
I did find that js files would work when called by K-Meleon. That's normal and applies to any browser.
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4 weeks ago
Yogi
Uhm, I had hoped that you could test, since you can do those zip-tests :D Anybody with an archiver can do those tests too. :P It was rather by coincidence than by zip testing that I discovered that scripts started within an archive can bypass the registry setting for Script Host. but obviously KM just unzips them to run, no Java needed. The chrome-folder contains some natively, like conso
Forum: Off-Topic
4 weeks ago
Yogi
@Siria - I don't have the Java SDK installed. I assume you need it to create .jar files. - As far as I can follow you, it would make no sense to add the vbs after the zip path. If the Script Host is disabled I assume that it won't work and if the Script Host isn't disabled than the zip makes no sense. However you could test if my assumtion is right or wrong. :) @JohnHell See my edite
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4 weeks ago
Yogi
@JamesD Since one pic tells mor than 1000 words, this is my method: pic As you can see I click the script to execute within the rared file. Outside the rared file it won't work because of my reg setting (Script Host disabled). Use whatever method works better for you. :)
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5 weeks ago
Yogi
You are making things harder. Edit the file type (.js, .vba, .whatever), and set another action as default. For example, notepad, to edit it. Your advice is fine but only as long as you don't have tools to run which need an interpreter/wscript.exe. If I'd change the file association, the script would be passed to notepad or whatever I'd set the association for and thus not running anymore.
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5 weeks ago
Yogi
Hi James, keep in mind that I'm not a programmer neither are my computing skills very bright. However killing/renaming wscript.exe should be safe. I also have a tool that needs the Script Host. I found an easy way to circumvent the registry setting to disable Script Host, advised by Microsoft. If I try to launch the .vbs the normal way I get the expected message that Script Host is disa
Forum: Off-Topic
5 weeks ago
Yogi
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is protecting his privacy with tape :)
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5 weeks ago
Yogi
A new ransomware was discovered by security researchers @JAMESWT_MHT and @benkow_ called RAA that is made 100% from JavaScript. In the past we had seen a ransomware called Ransom32 that was created using NodeJS and packaged inside an executable. RAA is different, because it is is not delivered via an executable, but rather is a standard JS file. When a JavaScript file, such as RAA, executes out
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5 weeks ago
Yogi
Not now, I think... But if the image has already been cached (the first try), it will show the image properties without problems. If it is cached is similar as when the redirected image is reloaded, in the scenario I presented earlier. If you look at my pics you'll notice that they are showing different properties. First one, image size: 600x849 and the second one at full size: 800x1132. BTW,
Forum: Announcements
5 weeks ago
Yogi
First pic was made after reaching the site and before clicking on "Download". If I click the dowload-button (and cookies are enabled) the picture pops up in a new window at its full size. The second pic was made from that window. Is something I misunderstood or got wrong?
Forum: Announcements
5 weeks ago
Yogi
In a civilised and at least partly just world they'd long since be sentenced as heavy criminals and gone into jail for the rest of their lives, grrr! Sorry but such "a civilised and at least partly just world" never existed in reality. It's rather a projection of us. Whoever thought the World Wide Web would come to be run by a criminal organization?!?? Only the World Wide Web?
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5 weeks ago
Yogi
I hope too that a free alternative of flashplayer will be avalaible ... A+ A decent free alternative would be indeed fine. ATM flash has the better quality compared to HTML5. Drawback are the several security issues with flash. Most of those security issues could have been mitigated if webmasters wouldn't embed flash via scripting which is the attack vector number one. However collecting
Forum: General
5 weeks ago
Yogi
Here you have an example to test with. https://sicarius8.deviantart.com/art/KW-614121943 This one works for me with K-Meleon 75.1 (Win7) http://i.imgur.com/Aw9OeIX.png
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5 weeks ago
Yogi
"nosniff" and "block" sound like could be culprits, ... Unlikely. Both old Opera Presto and Firefox ESR 45.2.0 have no problem with the image proprities. It's only K-Meleon 75.1. Didn't test with 76RC. I am on Win7.
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6 weeks ago
Yogi
@JohnHell Thanks for the last update. :) What flavor of Linux will it be? Ubuntu, Debian or something else? :)
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