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siria
@James: cannot test in 75, but there are a few syntax typos. Try this: (and can't remember if macros() need " " inside?) _K75t_button { addtoolbar("K75try") ; addbutton("K75try", macros(_K75t_code), ""); setcmdicon(macros(_K75t_code), "checkX.png"); } ======= Highly recommand to everyone with vanished macro-created menus to bookma
Forum: Announcements
2 days ago
siria
Cool!! Feel like at christmas :D But now it's too broad again, all except 1 thread have now space left. About 75-80% of the new value would be perfect on an old 14" 1024px screen with medium font :cool: And the "last post" column now has always 3 lines. The only way I see to reduce that would be to completely leave out the 2.line saying "last post" (in languages), whic
Forum: General
2 days ago
siria
Not sure, considering there are just so few people around at all, if I'd split up the forum yet more. Although basically an international forum would be great. But perhaps that leads people to rather post in their native language, even those who could reasonably well talk english, and that would return them less answers? Just a thought. Pity it's so quiet around. But would it be possible to keep
Forum: General
3 days ago
siria
When i click on a link on google that it's filetype is pdf, it doesn't give me the option to open or save the file, only save. Sounds like those ago old mimetypes probs, hopefully gets fixed soon. There was a looong discussion recently somewhere in the forum, and the outcome was an updated macro/addon whatever. But would first try the normal settings: F2 > Browsing > File Handling /Ta
Forum: Announcements
3 days ago
siria
Beware of deceptive download links & PUPs Great link, thanks! Oh man. You can't really be cautious enough when clicking *anywhere* on a link - and when you think you are, they still manage to make you fall into their hidden traps occasionally :( Am especially disappointed to read that sourceforge has now joined that wagon too. That means the recent reports about KM74 containing crapware
Forum: Off-Topic
3 days ago
siria
SPAM link above. Tip: It's hidden behind the "!" As intended I wouldn't have noticed either, but have defined automatic icons before links in this forum, and automatic envelope-icons before mailto-links in all webpages - works great since years. CSS code goes into usercontent.css or adblock.css (if enabled) And of course little icon pics must first be created and put into KM-root/i
Forum: Off-Topic
4 days ago
siria
From the screenshot that privbar-menu is in reality the Go-button menu, menuname is "_Go" (assuming it's still the same as in KM16). It makes a lot of sense to have menus on the privbar buttons, I have them in my private skin for years :) But of course they should be button-related, and the "Go"-Menu looks rather like a bug there. It happened occasionally to me when playing
Forum: Announcements
6 days ago
siria
And now I'm only realizing, 'slightly' belated: In KM 1.6 the history plugin dated July-2012 has a bug, it can NOT show the history back/forward menu anymore. After replacing history.dll in folder kplugins with the older version from Jan-2010, the menu appears again. Sigh, and there I've wondered for months why it didn't work anymore, but never enough to take a closer look :-/ So, if you wonder
Forum: Graphics
6 days ago
siria
Siiigh... can't believe it, swiss cheese memory, although I've used that function daily, for years!! Of course the native function can restore MULTIPLE last tabs too! Just haven't found a menu for it yet, so can only open them one by one, in reverse order as they were closed. And in the menu Sessions/Options one can set the number of max undo-closed. Now wondering if it would be hard to improv
Forum: Improvement requests
6 days ago
siria
Because people still come looking in this old thread for workarounds: K-Meleon can hide the title bar without any additional stuff! :) This works at least since KM1.6, although only from a hidden pref. Not sure where the setting can be found in newer KM versions, but as always the hidden prefs still work: - Go to "about:config" - 2x click on "kmeleon.display.hideTitleBar&q
Forum: Extensions
6 days ago
siria
KM74 can hide the title bar without any additional stuff! Just not sure where the setting can be found, perhaps it's just a hidden pref yet? - Go to "about:config" - 2x click on "kmeleon.display.hideTitleBar" => true Now just open a new window, no restart needed.
Forum: General
6 days ago
siria
The setting to close the window is in F2/Browsing/Tabbed browsing. Can't remember what the default setting was, but when I kept accidentally closing the whole browser again and again, when overlooking that a tab was the last, I was really glad this pref exists. Therefore what would be handy, if this pref would affect only multiple windows, those are okay to close, just not the very last one wit
Forum: Bugs
6 days ago
siria
Ah interesting... And would there be any easy way to get the url of background tabs by a macro? I think that prob occured in the past a few times, not just when closing... ah yes, probably OnLoad... Not sure if that's the reason for the current method, but closing a tab does not destroy its tab history yet, only when it's really gone afterwards.
Forum: Bugs
6 days ago
siria
Ok, one more time, perhaps this argument is good enough. Do you plan to disable kplugins in km - answer is no. So, you should make it possible to load kplugins inside addons. Sometimes I can't help wondering whether you're a secret delegate from Mozilla or google. KM is just not your style.
Forum: Announcements
6 days ago
siria
Closing the last tab in a window does not actually close the tab. The tab just changes to "about:blank". Good catch! Can confirm: neither onclosetab nor onclosewindow is fired in that case, and it makes sense. I know it's just a setting if a user wants to jump to about:blank or not, so it may not affect everyone, but for the many others this tab adress is lost. Although I had alre
Forum: Improvement requests
7 days ago
siria
Cool test macro, like it! :) Nothing like a real life test! So yes, OnCloseWindow is really fired first. BUT - OnCloseTab is *also* fired. Before or after, for PriorTabs it should be the same, not? Edit: Strange, now I'm only getting OnCloseWindow. No OnCloseTab anymore. And no AppExit. Was a parallel session with only 1 window. Must test more... Edit-2: Yes, that happens for the last wi
Forum: Bugs
7 days ago
siria
Will have to try your test macro, but so far I thought the "onclosetab" is really fired before "onclosewindow", that somehow it wouldn't be possible otherwise at all. But you might well be right, considering that background tabs are not stored when opening another session... Then again, perhaps KM starts closing tabs with all background tabs first, and the active tab as last?
Forum: Bugs
7 days ago
siria
@c-sanchez To quote myself: No there are no additional files needed. Although the optional utils.dll would make the deletion of the ini-file smoother, but that has nothing to do with menu lines. Sorry, meanwhile it dawned on me, that sounds misunderstandable. To make it clearer: - For installation there is NO additional file needed (only the kmm) - the closed page adresses are stored ins
Forum: Improvement requests
8 days ago
siria
Yeah that's what I wondered too, if that ini-file exists at all and if yes, what it contains. High chance it's just a missing writing permission again, as usual. Your macro does and did work fine on my machine, James :) Just don't manage to decipher the code, which of course doesn't matter, as long as it works. It makes it more difficult though to hunt down probs like this one - except if the
Forum: Improvement requests
8 days ago
siria
No there are no additional files needed. Although the optional utils.dll would make the deletion of the ini-file smoother, but that has nothing to do with menu lines. No idea why this dot-thing happens exactly, and I do not see those dots in the menu myself, but get the correct titles shown. Perhaps it depends from KM75, no idea, or perhaps it just depends on the title and URL of the stored pag
Forum: Improvement requests
11 days ago
siria
Sorry, but knowing google, the hope is zero: am convinced the removal is fully intentional :-( First they removed the user setting for javascript from the Firefox Settings Tabs with ridiculous excuses, despite protests, while claiming that expert users would still be able to block JS in about:config! And now the next step is only logical, even the hidden pref is disabled completely. In th
Forum: Off-Topic
11 days ago
siria
The header still lists utils as required... Of course I took a curious look at the code too, but must admit your variable names are so long and unintuitive my graycell RAM keeps overflowing and had to give up ;-) But in line 143 that should be a 6, and line 147 I don't understand at all, but contains those "..." Surprised to see rebuildmenu, never could figure out what that command
Forum: Improvement requests
11 days ago
siria
LOL, what is it today? First dorian, now you - who next, perhaps me? :D But this version can't work without utils, if I read that right... (PS: really no need for credits just for one little word ;-)
Forum: Improvement requests
12 days ago
siria
Yes, it works in Win 7. It still causes a flash of the command window so I actually use another method on my personal copy. Utils unlink does not cause a flash. Not quite sure if I fully understand, that probably means that "cmd" flashes too and only "utils" does not? c-sanchez, just wondering, if you look inside the ini with an editor during the session, does it con
Forum: Improvement requests
12 days ago
siria
Yep, nice macro :) exec("cmd /c ERASE \"".$_PriorTabs_Path."\""); ## For user of win9x operating systems, cmd should be replaced with Command in the above line "%COMSPEC%..." used to work like "cmd" and "command" in newer and older systems alike, but it's been awhile. Just curious, would that still work in your win7 too? Or anyone
Forum: Improvement requests
13 days ago
siria
Sounds familiar... There were macros a few years ago playing with title bar, but I think it's a native pref now in newer KM versions? Just not sure where to find it - in F2 somewhere? In about:config? Look around a bit ;-) As for the window buttons, there sure are macros out there among the hundreds. For myself I once added just a couple lines to the skin config manually. If you like and still
Forum: Improvement requests
17 days ago
siria
IIRC there was some issue with Mozilla forbidding to load local files for security reasons now, in newer geckos, but not sure in which KM version that started exactly. And then there was some CAPS workaround creating exceptions for localfiles... But injectjs + onload by macro should work, since the youtube.ys is below the size limit. Then again, there come 5 scripts with that addon, perhaps thos
Forum: Extensions
18 days ago
siria
Glad it still works! It's one of those settings that are usually never found when searching for it, that's why I made a shortcut for myself even though I never need it myself: Improvement wishes for devs: - Add a link to the certificate Manager from F2/Privacy&Security - On the same sheet add a box with checkmark for the equally well hidden Privacy Toolbar :cool: (hardly any newbie wil
Forum: General
18 days ago
siria
In KM1.6 there's something in Tools / Privacy / View Data
Forum: General
18 days ago
siria
Far simpler, I always just middle-click. Or whatever you wish, but you must choose that option first. It's explained here: http://kmeleon.sourceforge.net/wiki/FAQ#mouseaccels
Forum: General
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