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7 days ago
Yogi
Under Windows 2000, I can't test further and I don't want to open the sooooooo slow Windows 7 virtual machine to confirm having other users with live OSs here. You made me feel guilty. :) I've downloaded FF v46.01 to test twatter. The above vid plays in FF v46.01. However, it plays only with cookies enabled! Really assholes.
Forum: General
9 days ago
Yogi
Also I think that twitter may not provide a "src=" for mp4 to Gecko defined browsers. I do not have an account at twitter so I have not tested there. I didn't test myself since I'm using only the ESR version but AFAIK the latest Firefox can play twatter vids. If you are eager to test, you can use the above link provided by JohnHell.
Forum: General
10 days ago
Yogi
Nope. However, I couldn't care less about twatter vids. Their message that my browser doesn't support video playback is a blatant lie. Assholes.
Forum: General
10 days ago
Yogi
Nop. Search for it and you'll find that MP4 files with Gecko, can only be played since Vista or 7 I knew that. It was a misunderstanding (semantics). My bad. OK, it can't play by its own but makes use of the splitter shipped with Vista and above. AFAIK you can install the Haali Media Splitter on XP to solve the problem. However I am on Win7 and even so can't watch twatter MP4 vids with Fi
Forum: General
10 days ago
Yogi
Old gecko or whatever might be (my Firefox is just 31.x). Mine is ESR 38.8.0. Can't play vids on twatter either. EDIT: I see what happens the MP4 patent problem. Gecko can't play MP4. I'm afraid I can't follow you here. Both FirefoxESR and K-meleon are playing fine all MP4 vids I have on my HD. I think that twatter has implemented their HTML5-vids in such a way, so they can force the
Forum: General
18 days ago
Yogi
@gordon451 Your 7z archive MD5 is fine. It's the same as mine. Program Files (x86) is protected area. If you want your K-Meleon folder there, IMO best practice is to use the installer. You can try to extract the archive to a non protected area as a test. It should work. Make sure to use a newer version of the 7z archiver. BTW, you can download the newest one which fixes a security hole.
Forum: Announcements
19 days ago
Yogi
@ JohnHell Thanks!
Forum: General
19 days ago
Yogi
Thanks for the update. :)
Forum: Announcements
4 weeks ago
Yogi
Firefox 38ESR update: http://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/firefox/releases/38.8.0esr Firefox 38.8.0 is ok. The equivalent of it, FirefoxESR 45.1 not only has doubled its size but is totally shit! After a short test I wiped it from my HD. Let's hope that Dorian will have the nerve and the time to decrapify it.
Forum: Announcements
7 weeks ago
Yogi
Among the 3 browsers (Opera Presto, Firefox ESR and K-Meleon) which I am using for different tasks only one comes with a 32-bit and a 64-bit version. After testing both versions I opted for the 32-bit Opera Presto. Only scenario I can think of where the 64-bit version might have performed better are online games. Since I'm not a gamer I didn't test. The below test confirms at large what I've exp
Forum: Development
2 months ago
Yogi
Thanks!
Forum: General
3 months ago
Yogi
Thanks for the update! MediaFire works fine for me. I tested without any add blocker except my hosts file.
Forum: General
4 months ago
Yogi
@Zvonko I did a test with K-Meleon 75.1 on booking.com using bogus credentials: http://i.imgur.com/SS2hv9b.png So it must be something screwed up on your end.
Forum: General
4 months ago
Yogi
You're welcome!
Forum: Graphics
4 months ago
Yogi
Great job JohnHell! So far I've tested on a few sites which I know that are using iFrames and it works like a charm. :)
Forum: Extensions
4 months ago
Yogi
Rodocop, For me Opera 12.17 was slightly lighter on resources than K-Meleon even on W2k_x32 with a Pentium III and 1GB of RAM. However the difference of resourse consumtion between the 2 browsers in Win7x64 is minimal and definitive not noticeable on my system at least. Keep in mind that whereas development of Opera Presto ceased many years ago, Mozilla is stuffing more and more things in thei
Forum: General
4 months ago
Yogi
@Rodocop My Klassic skin mod folder zipped. Anybody can use or modify the content of the zipped file the way she/he likes.
Forum: Graphics
4 months ago
Yogi
Love KM too, since many years, but always interesting to read how it compares and looks from the 'outside'. A viewpoint that I'm completely missing myself, ... I'm afraid that reading about how it compares and looks from the 'outside' will hardly give you a clear picture because: 1. almost everybody has its own way to use the browser or even the internet. 2. what's important for one, might be
Forum: General
4 months ago
Yogi
@Siria After thinking twice, I have to revise my first statement regarding "wouldn't make any sense". Even for already loaded elements through an iFrame (but made invisible through CSS) it would make sense to have a clickable link displayed. I always prefer blocking over hiding, even so I have a flat rate with no data volume restrictions and a fast connection. But that's only me. Not
Forum: Improvement requests
4 months ago
Yogi
I had hope that this CSS stuff would help, but all that I could tell was that history no longer worked. /* -- check this for Yogi and siria +/ iframe { visibility: hidden !important; } Unfortunately this won't help. It's rather about blocking and in the meanwhile still offering the option to view the content. My bad if I didn't explain it better. Otherwise your CSS code looks pre
Forum: Improvement requests
4 months ago
Yogi
The prob for macros is that they can only start any action AFTER a page has already fully loaded ($OnLoad event), not at the beginning of loading. I see. A macro won't do it. So from my (limited) point of view that wouldn't help you much. No, IMHO this wouldn't make any sense. It's not so much about me this time. I already have a working solution for blocking iFrames and displaying a click
Forum: Improvement requests
4 months ago
Yogi
What do you wish the macro code to accomplish? To block iFrames and also to display the blocked link at hovering. How does one know if there is an IFrame? By scanning the page for the iFrame tag (+ source)? Examples for how they show up in web pages: <iframe src="/static/sys/pixel.gif" name="spon_vdz_countframe" width="0" height="0" frameborder=&
Forum: Improvement requests
4 months ago
Yogi
iFrame blocker that shows the url at hovering. In case one of our macro writers has some free time on her/his fingers it could be a helpful addition for blocking iFrames. There is no need for a dedicated image like in the picture below. "" would suffice. This way in case there is something the user would like to watch - like an embedded vid, she/he could do so by opening the link.
Forum: Improvement requests
4 months ago
Yogi
Why enable or disable it? iFrames can be misused as mostly everything else. You can find more details about how, on the Internet. As far as I can see instead of improving it, the makers of Firefox have removed the option to block Frames in "about:config" - what's good for the advertising industry and scammers must be good for the user too.
Forum: Bugs
4 months ago
Yogi
Microsoft respectfully warns its dear customers that future Intel chips will not work on its older Operating Systems. http://i.imgur.com/ofqKzKS.png
Forum: Off-Topic
4 months ago
Yogi
And HA - finally found a way to reproduce that pesty error again - by using legendary OffByOne toy-browser!! LOL! ....... at least that means it should be reproducable for everyone :cool: Sorry, but still can't reproduce: http://i.imgur.com/nQfOmpB.png I'm posting this with the OffByOne browser.
Forum: Off-Topic
4 months ago
Yogi
1. Den gibt es nicht. Kannst aber ein zweites Profil erstellen wo alle Einstellungen dem Privat-Modus entsprechen. Da kannst auch bestimmen wie "Privat" Du es haben möchtest. Nämlich, "Privat" und Bedienungskomfort haben sich nicht besonders lieb. Je nach Bedarf kannst Du nachher zwischen Profile wechseln. Falls Du Hilfestellung für Privat-Modus-Einstellungen brauchst, k
Forum: General
5 months ago
Yogi
Thanks!
Forum: General
5 months ago
Yogi
There is no need to drag and drop to begin with. You get offered the option to place the bookmark in the folder of your choice, during bookmarking. It should be very hard to miss the chosen folder. ;) See pic below: http://i.imgur.com/S4Hclxx.png
Forum: General
5 months ago
Yogi
http://i.imgur.com/JXWyfiI.png
Forum: Off-Topic
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