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Yesterday
JohnHell
Check the root\omni.ja... instead the root\browser\omni.ja in 74gre24 From over 20MB to about 7MB...
Forum: Development
Yesterday
JohnHell
I don't think so, it will just remove the warning.
Forum: General
Yesterday
JohnHell
I tested before reply because I wasn't sure after your post, but yeah, only the default is changed. In other words, only the default is changed, so when you choose the default it depends in the compat pref.
Forum: Bugs
Yesterday
JohnHell
In the end, he wasn't asking about Firefox extensions but macros. It was a misconception between extensions and add-ons as we call extensions to macros. Anyway, the translation could be for: ¿como se instalan las extensiones de Firefox en K-meleon? = How to install Firefox extensions/add-ons in K-meleon? OR (what he was actually asking) ¿cómo se instalan las extensiones de macros en
Forum: Extensions
Yesterday
JohnHell
The compatmode only replaces the default with the default+plus firefox. If you are using another UA, compatmode is not enabled and/or the UA is not changed then. Only if it is the default.
Forum: Bugs
Yesterday
JohnHell
Para instalar las extensiones de macros, sólo necesitas poner los archivos .kmm en la carpeta global de macros (K-meleon\macros) o en la carpeta macros de tu perfil, que probablemente tendrás que crear si lo eliges así. Algunas macros tendrán instrucciones adicionales como poner archivos .js en otras carpetas, pero lo pone en sus instrucciones. En inglés, eso sí. Otras veces bastará c
Forum: Extensions
Yesterday
JohnHell
Si te refieres a las extensiones de Firefox y no a las macros de K-meleon, lo primero de todo, y que debes tener claro, es que no te van a funcionar todas incluso aunque las puedas instalar, ya que algunas tienen dependecias sobre la interfaz y la de K-meleon es totalmente diferente a la de Firefox. Dicho eso, cuando vayas a una página de un add-on de Firefox, en vez de hacer click izquierdo s
Forum: Extensions
Yesterday
JohnHell
From C:\Program Files (x86)\K-Meleon\omni.ja, opened in EditPad Classic. Is this the way it's meant to be? And would the compressed bits be done with the Mozilla tool? Gordon. Yes, the PK header is telling you is a zip compressed file, but it's true that the file structure is at the beginning instead at the end, as guenter already said. In a "normal" zip the file structure is
Forum: Development
2 days ago
JohnHell
Nope, that is not my problem but I couldn't test in the edit page because for some damn reason I couldn't log in to the wiki with 74g31 :-? The web asks me for login continuously, and it's not about cookies, that are allowed. Just comes again and again the login screen from bugs (by the way, confusing to log in bugs to edit the wiki) when I'm already logged. But as you are in the edit page
Forum: Development
4 days ago
JohnHell
After using a couple of times, isn't even an info-zip format or I haven't used the correct options, but the first bytes aren't the file structure. Worst, even the GUI program of the FTP I posted above have warning for the first 1MB!!!.
Forum: Announcements
4 days ago
JohnHell
Did you try the windows version, not the linked in mozilla's site? ftp://ftp.info-zip.org/pub/infozip/win32/wiz503xn.exe (quite prehistoric too but functional (I tried now)) What amazes me after this compression speech is why the hell they use a prehistoric tool to compress in a non-standard format. The fun of all this goes beyond, because todays tools request to have the latest of everth
Forum: Announcements
6 days ago
JohnHell
omni.ja: I still can only open the omni in 74g24, but not the one in 74g31. Tried with 9.26 and 9.30. 9.34 doesn't run anymore on win98 Oh, sorry, as this was the thread for final release I thought you weren't referring to 74GRE31. You are right. I only can open omni.ja with WinRAR 4.11. And this is not compatible with Windows 98 :( 7-zip 9.20 can't open 74GRE31 omni.ja Recompres
Forum: Announcements
6 days ago
JohnHell
If we are talking about zip methods. WinRAR 4.11 and 7-zip 9.20. No problems at all. To compress them better, I recommend to extract omni.ja and recrompress again as zip. Is it slower?, I don't know, I just prefer to save disk space. And no problems until now.
Forum: Announcements
7 days ago
JohnHell
@all, Ok, you have to restart k-meleon or won't work "find as you type" as it should. Tested this time in XP SP2 Virtual Machine too. I found here that you should restart k-meleon to make "find as you type" work. @Siria the page doesn't focus on the textarea so if you type after load the page, you aren't typing inside the textarea but on the body itself trying to find you
Forum: Development
8 days ago
JohnHell
Find as you type, not working without opening the search box. Confirm, please. I was trying to find if 74gre31 has the same bug as 74 final that when you search and find text in a textarea, starts editing the textarea instead continue searching. Can you explain the test that I need to preform? Is a textarea just text or an input field? Nevermind to the first thing. It looks like
Forum: Development
9 days ago
JohnHell
Find as you type, not working without opening the search box. Confirm, please. I was trying to find if 74gre31 has the same bug as 74 final that when you search and find text in a textarea, starts editing the textarea instead continue searching.
Forum: Development
9 days ago
JohnHell
I re-confirm that in Firefox 24 (our GRE in the final 74), the bookmarklets are fully dependant in the javascript.enabled pref. Whenever you load a page with or without JS enabled, at the time of run a bookmarklet, if JS is enabled, the bookmarklet runs. But if it is not, won't run. Toggling JS is enough. As we stated, totally different with GRE 31 FF or KM.
Forum: Development
9 days ago
JohnHell
Before close all and go to bed I did a quick test and this is not a K-meleon issue but must be a Gecko issue, because in Firefox 31 happens the same with bookmarklets ("javascript:whatever" bookmarks). If you load a page with javascript disabled, even enable after load, bye, bye, bookmarklets functionality. The only way, the same as K-meleon. Have enabled JS before load. Securit
Forum: Development
9 days ago
JohnHell
I did not mean the 4th test ran as siria set it up. The javascript only runs when the page was loaded with JS enabled. I did one and four only because those lines could be directly replaced. Toggling the JS after the page has loaded has no effect on my system which is Win 7(32 bit) using KM 74 g31 u1. I was testing 74g31u1 on it too after I understood it could run on Win7. Ok, I misun
Forum: Development
10 days ago
JohnHell
Maybe I got lost. Did I understand correctly?, if you, JamesD, are able to run the injectJS in the 4th scenario: Load a page with javascript disabled, enable after load and run a macro with injectJS command? I'd swear that in the virtual machine with Win7 I just tested now that doesn't work... EDIT: I did with you v3 siria :-? Maybe I did it wrong. Running the VM is a pain arghhhh.
Forum: Development
11 days ago
JohnHell
No, "about:newtab", the equivalent for Gecko browsers, is not available in K-meleon.
Forum: General
12 days ago
JohnHell
Windows 2000 as you already know :P - No crash with right click - No crash saving pages and images I'm not actively testing this version, just when you update something and I took the opportunity to test this too: - working certificate window in 74 GRE31u1 (didn't test without the update) (you may remember that window that didn't work the OK Cancel buttons when signing)
Forum: Development
13 days ago
JohnHell
Are you aware of a decent filtering proxy that can handle compressed headers? Nop. No idea, sorry :/
Forum: General
13 days ago
JohnHell
That's kind but really no need to do it for Yogi. :) I have no clue about programming and I'm no IT expert but at least I can still handle myself pages I don't want and prefer to do so outside the browser. But who knows, maybe in future whith HTML6? Filters based on HTTP headers are already in trouble with Google's SPDY. Otherwise facebook & co might be essential for other users and I won
Forum: General
13 days ago
JohnHell
I know it is annoying, but only want to point again that they are harmless. True is that if you "don't visit" (directly) a site is annoying seeing how they are being added; but them added has the benefit of force browser to use SSL and don't fallback to plain text or start the connection with the domain in SSL instead plain text when you don't type the https prefix. By the way, I t
Forum: General
13 days ago
JohnHell
Mozillazine is not up to date nowadays, even being a wiki. I don't know you, but when I search for an explanation for new features I end very often in the developer pages of Mozilla :/ About updates and predefined lists :-? I don't think K-meleon auto-updates it or it has a predefined one. At least in a fresh profile it only has the permission addons.mozilla.org with install type permissions
Forum: General
14 days ago
JohnHell
I'll resume all in one thing: use the sqlite manager extension. Why I talk about HSTS. Have a look to the tables inside permissions.sqlite and you'll understand. I'm not mixing things with the POODLE (TLS/SSL problem). You could see this in a very easy way in the past current versions in Seamonkey with the included Data Manager. In some ways, the add-on link you provided is similar to
Forum: General
14 days ago
JohnHell
But this one won't avoid to set HSTS permissions. It is just a permissions.sqlite editor but more friendly than Sqlite manager. The only way to avoid is to set in the hosts file the domains you don't like to "knock knock" to.
Forum: General
14 days ago
JohnHell
Don't forget also scripts calls. Another method to set HSTS or cookies. When the browser requests scripts from those sites from a third party site, you are calling their servers, and in the HTTP headers also come cookies and HSTS. Not necessarily an iframe, thinking about it... ;) We are caught with every step :P
Forum: General
15 days ago
JohnHell
If you mean the sts/subd and sts/use permissions, are automatically added and, if I recall correctly, were by http headers telling that the domain must use ever secure access and at what levels of the domain. How is it possible that they add even you "don't visit" them? Easy. Do you know those "Like", "Tweets" and other widgets you see on the sites? Most of t
Forum: General
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