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Yesterday
siria
Probably only Dorian can tell for sure for KM75. All I know is the difference in older KM versions, where the "Last Session" was actually the current one, therefore hidden in the menu. The trick was that at each browser start, KM looked up whether it had crashed at last exit or not, and if NO it first deleted the "previous" prefs, then renamed "last" to "prev
Forum: General
Yesterday
siria
I'm not sure why you would like to have an application with bigger text than the other. Quite simple, because some texts are longer than others ;-) Like most URLs, many open tabs at once, many priv-buttons, while screen space is limited. So in general a normal font is preferred, but for long texts it's a compromise between text size and text length.
Forum: General
Yesterday
siria
Thank you WiM! Great it works for you now, and glad it's so easy to fix :) Important tip, if you or anyone wants such a missing pref in all future new profiles too, or perhaps just for looking it up again later, collect them in a new js-file in the folder for default prefs: KM7X: K-Meleon/browser/defaults/preferences KM1.X: K-Meleon/defaults/pref For example have now added this in mine:
Forum: Bugs
Yesterday
siria
Thinking of previous answers to GUI size styling issues am afraid it's rather not possible at all. Sometimes I wish too it were, but for having a flexible size for text on buttons :)
Forum: General
Yesterday
siria
Profiles sound like the harmless part to me, and not your real prob if overwriting doesn't work. Many of us use multiple profiles (subfolders) anyway for various reasons. You only need to know in which place the parent folder of those profiles is located, either inside K-Meleons program folder (portable installation) or in the normal windows user folder (multi-user installation), or KM doesn'
Forum: Bugs
2 days ago
siria
Probably just another pref-jungle-thing... Did some googling and kept reading about a "folderlist" pref. The last 2 entries here sound interesting: https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Download_Manager_preferences sounds similar too: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/980785 and here are TONS of "download" prefs! http://kb.mozillazine.org/About:config_
Forum: Bugs
2 days ago
siria
It's great if KM75 allows Firefox-addon developers to have their xpi-addons work in KM also without modifications. And it's great if desga learns how to do this too, it may be useful in adapting FF addons for KM. But so far I fail to see any real advantages when using this way for native KM functions too? Frankly, whether creating new KM functions this way really is a lot easier to impleme
Forum: Development
4 days ago
siria
Not much clue, but there are also a bunch of prefs in about:config with "media", for mp4, wav, ogg etc
Forum: Bugs
7 days ago
siria
Sorry, that whole Last Pass system is way over my head. But if it worked before, and the only prob was the changed link and in the past the broken macrolanguage in KM1.7, then it should now work fine in KM75 again. It may offer a few new macro commands, but the old ones still work all too as far as I remember. Unless the latest changes created some unknown glitch again, but consider that rather i
Forum: Extensions
7 days ago
siria
Great! :) Thanks too, for updating the first post. That is because about:preferences hasn't been implemented to Firefox/Gecko until version 3x (but above 31 sure). In Firefox 31 doesn't work either, as the options panel is still the "old" window. Major pity. It really looks like that colors GUI is only reading the prefs, but not writing. But those are really important settings, w
Forum: General
7 days ago
siria
Just a blind guess, having no macro at hand: do you still use the "open" workaround? Because I remember that new geckos don't allow anymore to open URLs starting with "javascript:xxx". Luckily that workaround isn't needed anymore in KM74/75, because injectJS("xxx") was fixed.
Forum: Extensions
7 days ago
siria
Hehe, just checked - that is *exactly* how it still looks in gecko31 / KM75!! Can't believe it... And the best: it's fully translated yet!! :D :D where to find: about: preferences / content / fonts&colors / colors Frankly I don't care if that works by css or whatever way, as long as it works exactly the same as css. So, the interface is there (although hidden quite deep and hard to f
Forum: General
7 days ago
siria
Okay, so things are clear now: - the native prefs do inject the color, but whithout the "important" rule - that means it only works on websites where the author has NOT defined that color Yes, unfortunately that's pretty much useless, especially on websites like this forum where visited links are fix defined with the same color as unvisited. PS: the native prefs also don't unders
Forum: General
8 days ago
siria
browser.visited_color (String) #551A8B layout.css.visited_links_enabled (bool) true this is present in all modern KM builds but doesn't work... http://s19.postimg.org/bhdrbxk27/facepalm.gif Of course - now that you say it... At least in my KM1.6 it obviously doesn't work, or I wouldn't need my button! But pity if it doesn't work in newer versions either, sure had hoped so. I
Forum: General
8 days ago
siria
The browser is restared? Check if history is enabled? In my old macro I found a second addition, not sure if that helps: a:visited , a:visited * {color: purple !important;} Ah yes, and just a few days ago noticed that word-colors must be typed all lower case! (in KM1.6 and win98 at least, may be different on James modern machine and browser) And another "Ah" (argh my swiss-che
Forum: General
8 days ago
siria
You may well be right with Orbit, but Fred only meant to use the kmm-file as syntax template for starting another app with it. Did a quick search for that macro, but there seem to exist several variations, so better wait for Fred. The easiest variation just calls an exe file with a command line that contains also the link url. Do you have a (harmless) example page? Because it seems my KM1.6 doe
Forum: General
9 days ago
siria
Well if no one has an answer to your question, what shall we reply? So everyone (the few that are here) hopes that someone else may know more and forgets about it again, looking out for posts marked as "new". In such cases ask again after awhile, that heightens chances for a reply, but am afraid it'll still be "no idea". Actually I did try a bit to find a way with editing that
Forum: General
9 days ago
siria
@rodocop click here
Forum: General
9 days ago
siria
Another huge step forward for KM, great! :) :) :) Couldn't test yet (others can do that much better anyway) but updated the language versions of the Home/News page. The Release Notes and changelog are interesting, just wondering if perhaps the easier adaption of addons might be worth mentioning too, just a thought. http://kmeleonbrowser.org/wiki/ReleaseNotes75 http://kmeleon.sourceforge.ne
Forum: Announcements
10 days ago
siria
Hmm... must admit haven't downloaded the new KM version yet, was distracted with the sourceforge system, being extremely *distrustful* after all their actions lately. Now the download popup said KM comes from cznic.dl.sourceforge.net Hmm, cznic, not KM? May not mean anything... the statusline says it's just a mirror, oh... And other mirrors are available too, for over a dozend locations.
Forum: General
11 days ago
siria
Whoa - 70 smileys!! http://s19.postimg.org/cu0lryoun/shok.gif :D And some very nices ones, many look familiar from other forums, although a few others I'd probably never use here... http://s19.postimg.org/6m6dpgimn/dirol.gif Must admit, as much as I love smileys, usually am too lazy to switch on JS and reload again for the rare use. But who knows, perhaps will now do it more often in the future w
Forum: Extensions
11 days ago
siria
Cannot really translate much better, but if you insist, and if it's not too late yet 8-) (otherwise no prob either) <!ENTITY % prefDTD SYSTEM "chrome://kmprefs/locale/pref.dtd">%prefDTD; <!ENTITY history.header "Einstellungen zum Verlauf"> <!ENTITY history.global.label "Globaler Verlauf"> <!ENTITY history.global.remember "Verlauf
Forum: Announcements
11 days ago
siria
Just assuming, the wiki page is much the same as localdocs? Because I'm afraid if they are drifting apart it could get rather confusing to keep both up-to-date, therefore posted it first here, not directly edited myself ;-) Would like to edit but am too short on time currently, should do 100 other things first, so can only do a bit here and there, sigh...
Forum: Development
12 days ago
siria
That's the point. No pressure, just add the few new words in english for now if missing yet, and translators can update it whenever they get around. Otherwise desgas addition will be lost and forgotten again. While NOW it would be easy with both of you being around currently and having things fresh in memory ;-) Translators are much easier to find as devs, especially devs with access :D
Forum: Announcements
12 days ago
siria
Love handy localdocs macro, use it for looking syntax up all the time :) But the description of some macro commands is so techy that it's difficult to understand without practical examples, at least for us non-dev users ;-) Let's add perhaps something like that or similar? $SUB = substr( s, i [, n] ); Returns the at most n-character substring of s starting at i. If n is omitted, the re
Forum: Development
12 days ago
siria
@desga2: I can't add change requiring locale update. If you can't, then let desga do it :) English, spanish and russian locales are also updated with new strings. You can add French. And we can ask guenter and Chanson Yu for German and Chinese. Yep. And frankly, when I need an important function, I'd much rather have it in plain english than not at all, and just assuming most people fe
Forum: Announcements
14 days ago
siria
Known server bug, not KMs fault. Workaround: right-click and "Save As..."
Forum: Announcements
14 days ago
siria
Yeah and the earth is a flat disk :cool: No seriously, it's terrifying, just one more powerful company gone corrupted and evil. After being bought by a hedge fond or whatever that was. The various articles posted above make it very clear that SF only makes those "claims" but are in no way thruthful anymore. To hijack other programs and even block out the original developers, and to &qu
Forum: General
14 days ago
siria
Nice list, thanks :) But such complicated investigations really shouldn't be needed, a program version should be clear from inside itself. Still think the default window title would be a good and extremely easy place: In KM...../browser/defaults/preferences/kmeleon.js pref("kmeleon.display.title", "K-Meleon 75RC5"); In case of development versions perhaps even with the dat
Forum: General
14 days ago
siria
The numbering is completely unclear now, since Dorian posted the recent 2 full versions both called "75", and both still in the RC3 thread. But following the previous system "full" versions had gotten the next number, so this brandnew one is in theory 75RC5 :cool: Perhaps it'll become the final version too. http://kmeleonbrowser.org/forum/read.php?8,133509,134024#msg-134024
Forum: Bugs
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