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Yesterday
siria
http://www.w3schools.com/jsref/met_win_stop.asp That only prevents the load of a window, doesn't prevent the run of scripts ;) That much for theory :cool: Still my experience is that it does stop some things long after a page has finished loading. No idea what exactly and what not, but am using it regularly to stop meta-refreshs (reloads defined in the page header), and it also stops gif ani
Forum: Off-Topic
Yesterday
siria
Suggestion: please leave the "default" skin folder as it was in previous KM versions. It's needed for "user default" files, without unrepairably messing the "original default" skin. If there must now be such a thing, rename Aura to "Original". If then a skin calls a non-existing bmp in its own folder, KM shall look it up in (user) default folder as befor
Forum: Announcements
2 days ago
siria
The prob is that nearly no one is reading here in the offtopic section. It's for "All which isn't K-Meleon related", like seasons greetings, freeware tips etc. That bug may not be "caused" by KM, but it still happens when it is "used" and it's dangerous, so of course I consider it "related". Oh well. Can't remember if Dorian mentioned Mozilla had introd
Forum: Off-Topic
2 days ago
siria
Thank you. Sounds like a lot of work. And still much left to do. Am really glad to read that old skins shall still work too! Haven't tested anything yet (needs my other computer), just unzipped and took a first curious look at toolbars.cfg, in settings folder: Noticed the ID-commands in default skin have been replaced by those "left column" system commands, as in the cpp-file you
Forum: Announcements
3 days ago
siria
Always a matter of balance. Having urlbar-autocomplete with bookmarks is a "good" change that I'd happily welcome, but having history and bookmarks (which have nothing to do with each other) mixed together inseparately in some big binary or whatever pot is a "bad" change. So in sum the good change comes at a bad price. But of course the balance depends on the needs of each
Forum: General
3 days ago
siria
Ah, now I understand what you mean, autocomplete can only search inside 1 file! So to search inside history AND bookmarks, it only works with the FF way to keep bookmarks AND history together in places.sqlite! Hmm, frankly I don't like that too much :( Prefer it clean, simple, and handy, not sure if that urlbar search is worth giving up the separate system, and not sure which disadvantages th
Forum: General
3 days ago
siria
Weird... Checked my various test profile names now: 5 have the same name as default, and 3 have other names! But I cannot manage to create another "same" one now. Even if "Ask at startup" is disabled again (the first thing I always activate in new installs) and the default session active again. And not the slightest idea what suddenly "switched" the new names
Forum: Bugs
3 days ago
siria
At the moment it takes 10 to 15 seconds to type in the url that I want to visit. Without a bookmark, this is what I have to do. Is there any way to save the address instead of having to re-type it each day? Yikes... I don't know if a bookmark-search is possible in urlbar in KM yet, but there are certainly a couple alternative ways to easier access a webpage that is used daily. Most peopl
Forum: Improvement requests
3 days ago
siria
Am wondering if those "behaviour" prefs really do work in KM? That is, allow searching not only in history, but also in bookmarks? Now I have some minor testing probs in 74 myself ;-P, but this page: http://kb.mozillazine.org/Changing_autocomplete_behavior_-_Firefox In Firefox 3 and above, when you start typing into the Location Bar, the autocomplete drop-down will show matching
Forum: General
9 days ago
siria
Oh, yet another... hmm... let me guess, it's just a renamed copy of rvj-editor? Or not? But please, do a little **TEST** before publishing the final version. You guys never seem to test your own stuff! As this thread has shown again and again and again, and I don't get it... While I see already at first look another little menu glitch.... but I leave the discovery to your test, it's really ex
Forum: General
9 days ago
siria
WHOAA.... today it's in a really deep coma!!! Has been bad a few times before, but now nearly impossible to get through! What's happening? Slowly getting really concerned :(
Forum: Off-Topic
9 days ago
siria
You IMHO knew why You used pref-filetypes.xul instead of pref.xul in Your macro. So do I. That elegantly avoided the problem, same name, same ID. :) LOL! Yes I know why, but you're assuming wrong again :D :D You still cling to your deep conviction that it must be something "complicated", but really, the name of the link targets don't make any problems (they ARE different before th
Forum: General
9 days ago
siria
Both items called by the two macros have the name "pref.xul" and the same "ID". IMHO that is the deeper reason. Since Your macro works around this problem As mentioned, my macro doesn't touch those and the editors still work fine (in KM1.6), but since you use more files for KM74, rdf etc., who knows what those do. But why don't you simply rename the stuff you suspect and
Forum: General
9 days ago
siria
the reason is IMHO in the XUL code. Both items called by the two macros have the name "pref.xul" and the same "ID". IMHO that is the deeper reason. Since Your macro works around this problem You have found this out too.. No, sorry, can't be. Or do you see anything in my macro code that would modify the name of those xul files or their IDs?? The truth is much simpler: both
Forum: General
9 days ago
siria
You seem to give the good reason, that Dorian has used 1.54 as base instead of 1.60, and the improvments made by desga have been lost ... Uh?? You are writing yourself that a main.kmm that contains desgas modifications SOLVES a problem, which means his main.kmm must be BETTER than the old one - and then you draw the conclusion that this would prove it's a good thing his improvements were dropp
Forum: Bugs
9 days ago
siria
Much better. Almost matches again mine and guenters cleaned up version on the first page :cool: Except one important point that's still missing. So, since we still can't find an agreement about allowing the native editor too, I finally decided to give in and create a "fork" macro. Did some testing now, just trial-and-error, and to my pleasant surprise found that KM1.6 can run RJV too
Forum: General
10 days ago
siria
Thanks. That much again for immediately jumping to "system fault" as soon as something doesn't work at first try :cool: Perhaps that pref tab was one of desgas improvements that Dorian had lost when building KM74 based on an older version...? Although it's strange, because the "search" macro uses "OpenURL_Typed" acc. its kmm... Torbetron: if you haven't noti
Forum: Bugs
10 days ago
siria
In KM1.6 that is the pref that's changed with the method I posted at 18:44. Does KM74 have that pref tab too? If yes, does it work? Oops, posted at same time, my reply was to James yet.. Alain, that main-kmm thing that you keep mentioning, really doesn't change from "open window" into "open tab". It merely uses a new pref, and then decides if a few certain commands for t
Forum: Bugs
10 days ago
siria
Don't you all jump so quickly now to blame everything on the system if something doesn't work immediately on XP or Linux now. Speaking from experience - 90% of the things that didn't work right away in 98 and people just kept telling "must be your system" turned out after a bit more research to have nothing to do with the system, but really some browser or macro bug. And this question w
Forum: Bugs
10 days ago
siria
F2 > Browsing > Finding Websites > Search Button Hope that's right, only looked it up in my current KM1.6, and never noticed that tab before ;-)
Forum: Bugs
11 days ago
siria
Of course the mime-html can't work with your jar, because you keep that file in the chrome parent folder instead of the chrome content pref folder. Move it there and try again? ok, but if someone wants to change this behavior, he must change the macro, else just a pref, which can be done if Dorian accept to reintroduce it, with a included macro or in kmprefs. The way your macro is build, he
Forum: General
11 days ago
siria
here is the modified main.kmm which allows to have functions like about, ... to be opened in a new tab instead of a new window (but which also allows new window. Now we have the choice ... Yes that attachment contains the main.kmm modifications that were introduced in KM1.6, guess by desga in a later beta version but not sure anymore. And then Dorian dropped them again because he reinvented the
Forum: General
11 days ago
siria
You can remove me from the history, since it doesn't contain any contributions by me. And even if there were a line, that would be peanuts not worth mentioning considering it would be 0.0x % of that whole extension. What I still keep riddling, what's your "modified version of main.kmm" thing about? Some trick requiring frames? (sorry am lazy too and too bothersome to get the offline
Forum: General
11 days ago
siria
Perhaps some path mistake in this mime-extension itself? 2.) Impossible. That is an anciant part of the Mozilla/SeaMoney suite XUL code. .... The basic code is not by a Bob Janc or a guenter but we just altered it to work with a new app and do the job after some other codes changed. LOL! Okay, so let me rephrase it more precisely: Perhaps some path mistake in those alterations? :coo
Forum: General
11 days ago
siria
$OpenURL=($tux==""?"chrome://rvjmimeedit/content/mimeType.html" : "file:///".getfolder(RootFolder)."/browser/extensions/ {fb4eaeed-d1c9-45d1-a2bb-f2876142daf0}/mimetype.html"); Still, the 7z by you and the one by guenter have a different folder structure. This command cannot possibly work if the windows-line looks for the hmtl-page in the chrome-conte
Forum: General
11 days ago
siria
Those complicated addon-extension paths are a complete mystery to me yet, so I had just kept the original paths you guys have posted. Now came across this (VERY long) page about the structure of FF addons. It contains also a chrome chapter, but no mention that chrome-paths wouldn't work under Linux. Perhaps some path mistake in this mime-extension itself? https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US
Forum: General
11 days ago
siria
Just came across this comprehensive description of the various profile paths in different systems. No idea if that's of any use here, but just in case: http://kb.mozillazine.org/Profile_folder_-_Firefox One interesting thing is that the FF profiles parent folder is hidden by default. Or a much shorter version: www.askvg.com/list-of-files-that-can-be-hacked-to-configure-firefox
Forum: Development
11 days ago
siria
I'd created a restore point just before the installation, but after performing the Restore, 6.1 remained thoroughly screwed up. https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Mozilla/About_omni.ja_(formerly_omni.jar) Starting with Firefox 10 and Thunderbird 10, the file extension .ja is used because Windows System Restore does not back up files with the .jar extension, but it does back up .ja fil
Forum: Extensions
12 days ago
siria
There should be a new item named "Open Internal" in Images. My first thought: perhaps you clicked the native command again instead of the new one...? in a new window instead of opening them in the same and/or new tab What do you prefer, same tab or new tab?
Forum: General
12 days ago
siria
About this complicated addon-extension path stuff I have no experience myself. Had just kept the original paths in your and jujulands macro. But great if those shorter and direct links work too :) Just one little syntax error: $OpenURL="chrome://rvjmimeedit/content/mimeType.html"; &OpenURL_InNewWindow;&OpenURL_InNew; And the header now sounds like it wouldn't need anythi
Forum: General
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