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2 days ago
JohnHell
Open this and toogle to true: about:config?filter=layers.acceleration.disabled I think I'll end using this as a signature XD
Forum: Bugs
5 days ago
JohnHell
If I read this thread in Mozillazine correctly, http://forums.mozillazine.org/viewtopic.php?f=37&t=3019373&sid=e873a30fec7a04d199c012b13e2e85aa Microsoft has decided to include Windows 10 updates with security updates in a 'rollup' update. Am I reading this thread correctly? No, you are not. What is told is that the new updates scheme for Windows 7 and 8/8.1 will be monthly
Forum: Off-Topic
30 days ago
JohnHell
Mike, is not about ignorance. Yogi, in my opinion was rude there, but you have been stick like glue that this should be fixed in K-meleon, when, one way or another, has been told this is not a K-meleon bug. What happens when someone reports something as a bug, is that the older members here, or with more knowledge, or just with energy to help, try to investigate the bug to confirm, or "rej
Forum: Bugs
4 weeks ago
JohnHell
Here is my example page. The code is not perfect but works perfectly in KM. What is the error that you are highlighting? An img element can't be inside a head element. Told by the validator. Do you guess why yours passes? You have also not explained why the validator's two statements are valid. Why should be explained by me? First, I'm not a master at html, so is my gues
Forum: Bugs
4 weeks ago
JohnHell
I agree with gordon451: KM's fault intolerance creates a problem for the user. I see that the Osprey page has complex code. I did not examine it in detail, but I do wonder if the W3C validator is also faulty. Examples are below. 1. "Start tag body seen but an element of the same type was already open": as far as I can tell, the page has only one "body" tag. 2. "
Forum: Bugs
4 weeks ago
JohnHell
On about:config there are also some interesting prefs to find, like "javascript.options.strict" or those JS "jit" options. Not sure what they do, just saying. The first helps to debug strict javascript parsing as it is logged to the console. Helps to write well coded javascript. JIT is for compilation (machine code) instead interpret it. Although we discussed about t
Forum: Bugs
4 weeks ago
JohnHell
Does KM's Gecko version correspond to that old Firefox version? Mike As Siria told above K-meleon, since Dorian re-took the project, is based on ESR Gecko (Extended Support release), which is not as old as it seems. It is stable and support new features enough, to browse the web, but not at the rate the other versions offer. It is intended, basically, for enterprises and don't kill IT depa
Forum: Bugs
4 weeks ago
JohnHell
If this problem were caused by a Gecko or Firefox bug, then presumably the Web site would fail in Firefox. As long as the Web site works with Firefox and not K-Meleon, using safe mode, changing drivers, etc. does not make sense to me, since evidence here suggests that this problem stems from a K-Meleon bug. Earlier, in this thread: I've tried this. That's the problem of malformed
Forum: Bugs
6 weeks ago
JohnHell
My curiosity to see if the new installer runs drove me to... I think Adobe knew I quit and they quit as well :P (with the ESR). Looks like they release more security bug/security fixes than improvements and they think that new features don't break systems stability compared to release an ESR, so they quit releasing it. Very logical. https://www.adobe.com/products/flashplayer/distributi
Forum: General
7 weeks ago
JohnHell
Then, our systems.
Forum: General
7 weeks ago
JohnHell
there is an inline-JS in page HTML. It cannot be blocked by our js-switcher (F7) as it blocks only separate js-file loaded from webpage. Huh - is that a new bug?? In older versions this general setting always blocked ALL js, and is supposed to. The other setting, which is ONLY meant for external files is the permissions.default.script (or similar, only from memory) No, rodocop is wrong.
Forum: General
7 weeks ago
JohnHell
And even none of them. With permissions.default.stylesheet set to 2 and javascript.enabled to false, go to https://es.yahoo.com/ and open one of the front page news. For whatever reason, with 75.0 it sits at 50% CPU for a while (or one thread in Pentium 4 HyperThreading) even you close the window (and I guess with tabs would happen too). One of those mysteries I can't find a solution for
Forum: General
8 weeks ago
JohnHell
Looks like Desga, nor me (nor anyone else), reviewed the KML file: # ---------- Local Documents ------------ es-ES -------------------------- View information on the K-Meleon MacroLanguage=Ver información sobre el lenguaje de Macros de K-Meleon View information on the K-Meleon Command Line Options=Ver información sobre las opciones de línea de comandos de K-Meleon View information o
Forum: Development
8 weeks ago
JohnHell
For dark windows themes (dim backgrounds, white\gray fonts) URLs in address bar appear as black fonts written over black background. It makes them hardly readable. K-Meleon also seems to brighten up address bar background for https sites, so if font coloring is to be fixed, then sites with https would give an issue. Since 1.6, or so, the text color of the urlbar text was hardcoded. Earlier
Forum: Bugs
2 months ago
JohnHell
I desist. I reached a point that would need to include another script, and then another one from the original extension and a full rewrite. Too much work. I would leave the extension as is now and let the people choose the links they need.
Forum: Extensions
2 months ago
JohnHell
Converted to UTF-8 and renamed variables and/or functions (have in mind that it was a test and I named in spanish as what it was (test=prueba http://s19.postimg.org/qqdfhlahb/whistling.gif)). No more changes. I'll assume that the original request was for extensions and file sharing sites, so the next update will include/change a popup menu with 3 options: all links, extension links and file
Forum: Extensions
2 months ago
JohnHell
Just in case, read again the above, I edited to add a "false" check to the return as I needed to avoid strict javascript errors and to avoid add false urls to the final result. I don't know if clipboard has a limit. In my opinion the best option should be write file in %temp% and "notepad %temp%\\openfile". If system variables could be used.
Forum: Extensions
2 months ago
JohnHell
2) What text should the menu item contain? Right now it says, "All links in Window". That is where I was pointing too. If the request is focused to extract links types, there should be 2 more options. What I meant with an array check, is because the injectJS should check which links to return based on the two options. In the original XPI file there are two files:
Forum: Extensions
2 months ago
JohnHell
Works for me. @rodocop, one important question: would I be wrong if what the requester really wants is: "It supports direct file links (e.g. http://www.some-server.com/some-file.zip) as well as the links to the most popular file sharing sites (e.g. http://www.netload.in/dateiabCdeFGH1.htm, etc.)." Because, then, there is the need to change a little the macro to include an o
Forum: Extensions
2 months ago
JohnHell
Yep, 4096 :/ https://s19.postimg.org/4vdj8trkj/4096a.png
Forum: Extensions
2 months ago
JohnHell
function(x).... Shouldn't the x be removed here? And afterwards the x be defined as a var first... x is the function local variable. This or this is valid: function (x){} function (){var x;} Or global if you prefer: var x; function(){}
Forum: Extensions
2 months ago
JohnHell
count must be a string Yes, remember this: http://kmeleonbrowser.org/forum/read.php?3,131400,133260#msg-133260 Do you already have a working macro?
Forum: Extensions
2 months ago
JohnHell
siria This code did not give me the number. I got it from this: http://www.w3schools.com/jsref/coll_doc_links.asp $_tadf2 = injectJS("(function(x){x = document.links.length; return x;})();"); Is there not a limit on the number of characters the injectJS() can return? It would be great to get all links in one statement, if that is possible. I also wonder if there is
Forum: Extensions
2 months ago
JohnHell
Edit: Sorry JohnHell, after reading twice - of course your method works also fine. In this case you change only file associations instead of disabling the Script Host and instruct per command your scripts to directly access the Script Host. Yep. Also, you still have the command from the context menu. You are not loosing anything. Just changes the default behavior, so, in case of accident
Forum: Off-Topic
2 months ago
JohnHell
You have a typo for the auto invoked function.This got me time to learn too: (function(){})(); (I colored it to make distinctions, as I did time ago with the new skin system. Hope it helps.) I bet you have the console filled with errors. Maybe tomorrow night I can give some time on this. Maybe, too, wasn't a good hint to think in the docinfo.kmm macro. Tomorrow will see.
Forum: Extensions
2 months ago
JohnHell
Uh oh... you're right, it may not be as easy as first thought! Just remembered now: the links are collected by JS, but tabs have to be switched by macro - and never could find a decent way how to exchange long and complicated strings between them?? DAMN IT, hate tabs. Ok, in tabs worked, forget the text below this. MMM. So, no way to interact with other tabs or windows. I ended makin
Forum: Extensions
2 months ago
JohnHell
You are making things harder. Edit the file type (.js, .vba, .whatever), and set another action as default. For example, notepad, to edit it. Problem solved http://s19.postimg.org/6m6dpgimn/dirol.gif
Forum: Off-Topic
2 months ago
JohnHell
If so, then, reusing the _DocInfo_lstLinks from docinfo.kmm should work. I guess... Probably anyone of us can do this as all the work is already done. Anyway, I'm with the mind in other things now, as the elections we have here too, so if no one takes the challenge, I'd do, but not these days.
Forum: Extensions
2 months ago
JohnHell
sure can, but no time... Different windows are probably complicated, but all tabs in 1 window probably easy (for the js-savvy) John...? :cool: Tell me then. Because we are facing the same problem as with YesScript. There isn't a focus (OnActivateWindow) for tabs. Ok, we can switch from tab to tab, but, how to interact with the next tab? We lack a focus event for tabs. Or is there
Forum: Extensions
2 months ago
JohnHell
A lot of virus, no, a lot of different names for the same false positive. Also, you have the code inside, if you want to inspect yourself.
Forum: Bugs
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