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2 days ago
JohnHell
Actually that was happening on a pre Windows 10 version asking you to update. Funny it happened while the weather http://s19.postimg.org/fk4vs1f7z/rofl.gif Best unintended(?) wide broadcast for "Windows 10" ad.
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2 days ago
JohnHell
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VMPeTrHNX1U
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7 days ago
JohnHell
Doing that will be going back to 1.11 again. More code, less code, it is the same. Mine to be more compliant (with that header-juggling (that is not)), yours less. The CSS border has the same issues. How thick? (not all screens are equally large), do I create a responsive CSS to deal with this? (which doesn't work for all K-meleon versions), what color would be best?, do I set a preferenc
Forum: Extensions
7 days ago
JohnHell
http://s19.postimg.org/kg8ijqfdb/risa_ani3.gif I see. Thanks for reporting. I didn't expect that happening to TABs http://s19.postimg.org/kg8ijqfdb/risa_ani3.gif. Awesome. (I know, I know, I didn't test it (signed, that last man standing using windows instead tabs)). Lets see the bright side of this. Siria's complain/suggestion that the title shown in the tabbar was covered by the indicat
Forum: Extensions
8 days ago
JohnHell
Updated 1.12
Forum: Extensions
8 days ago
JohnHell
I think I would finally add the url. It is ugly, but :/ is "as they are". No, the other thing was actually a bug xD or a mix of things. Parsing problems between JavaScript and macro code. When used together causes these things. It is not perfectionism, its bugfix ;). For this and other things it is this thread for ;) In the other hand the less problems for those used to this
Forum: Extensions
8 days ago
JohnHell
Ok, I see now how it works now. When I said in the past you are in macro coding beyond me, it is because it is the truth. I think I misunderstood the $TITLE overwrite features. Not documented :/ Ok, set $TITLE, discarded injectJS. EDIT: still would like to know what to do with titleless pages.
Forum: Extensions
8 days ago
JohnHell
Small glitches with title bar text not working on some sites: http://www.latimes.com/entertainment/music/posts/la-et-ms-bruce-springsteen-the-river-review-tour-sports-arena-20160316-story.html http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/sports_blog/2011/12/bill-plaschke-angels-hit-it-out-of-park-with-albert-pujols-signing.html The first one is fixable. And the error brings the reason that I don'
Forum: Extensions
11 days ago
JohnHell
Updated.
Forum: Extensions
11 days ago
JohnHell
@anontemp123, just check twice the domain name added is the correct. Use httpfox/httpmonitor extension or livehttpheaders or whatever if you need to know exactly where is the js retrieved from. Ah... you're gonna kill me, but remembered only now: $TITLE is overwritable!! That allows for something as simple as $TITLE=$_prefix.$TITLE Or when checking: if (index($TITLE,$_prefix)==0) {.
Forum: General
11 days ago
JohnHell
Ok, I tested the above with my local server and now I can ensure that .js files called from dynamically created script elements are blocked through default Gecko script permissions. In other words, I was right that permissions only care about where the file is loaded from, not how. Can you test the opposite? I mean allow Javascript, then set the Script Permissions to block for the d
Forum: General
11 days ago
JohnHell
Extension updated.
Forum: Extensions
11 days ago
JohnHell
Ok, I tested the above with my local server and now I can ensure that .js files called from dynamically created script elements are blocked through default Gecko script permissions. In other words, I was right that permissions only care about where the file is loaded from, not how. (Extension updated)
Forum: General
12 days ago
JohnHell
I don't think it will block externally loaded JS if those JS are loaded programatically, either. Only those that are loaded through HTML tags. I meant with KM's built-in Script Permissions, not yesscript/noscript. For example: If JavaScript is globally enabled, and you then block JavaScript for a site in the Script Permissions, that won't affect inline JS code. And if the inline JS co
Forum: General
12 days ago
JohnHell
Yes, to macro language. It has, but not when in tabbed browsing settings.
Forum: Extensions
12 days ago
JohnHell
Can't thank you enough. Works very well for me. In a sense, even more correct than Firefox because in Firefox I can add about:blank to the blacklist. That was luck. I followed my coding based on its readme. Looks like he doesn't, so a bug to report to him. I tried looking at setbuttonimg code in the ABP macro but it's all very confusing to me. As I said, here won't have sense
Forum: Extensions
12 days ago
JohnHell
I don't think it will block externally loaded JS if those JS are loaded programatically, either. Only those that are loaded through HTML tags. What are you talking about there? NoScript?, YesScript?, Block JavaScript? I'm lost. Whoa - definitely way, way above my head! And LOTS of work. Again, just very glad you volunteer ;-) Thinking about, isn't it already incredible that for
Forum: General
12 days ago
JohnHell
K-meleon was/is in the process of use the default, but customized, preferences panel like the one in Firefox. So, some options, can be controlled by going to: about:preferences
Forum: General
12 days ago
JohnHell
As rodocop said, the default Gecko browsers permissions are for external resources. If the page has a script in its code, that can't be blocked unless disabling JavaScript. Said that, here you have the YesScript extension for K-meleon: http://kmeleonbrowser.org/forum/read.php?9,138259
Forum: General
12 days ago
JohnHell
YesScript extension macro to make YesScript Firefox add-on compatible with K-meleon. For installation steps and other details, read Readme.txt file. For further details related to YesScript itself, read the file README.md inside yesscript folder. 2016-04-19 v 1.12 - title parsing fix - titleless pages will show the url after the indicator - Readme.txt update. 2016-04-19 v 1.11
Forum: Extensions
13 days ago
JohnHell
It isn't a bad idea either, but that also would require a second K-meleon restart. What would be less annoying?
Forum: General
13 days ago
JohnHell
Yes it does. But there is one thing not clear for me: it's about renaming XPI into that crazy {alphanumeric} codename. I haven't sorted out whether it's mandatory or not... And that is the reason I'd answer "No, not exactly only drop". I prefer to distribute it with the xpi unzipped and request the user a very simple task: extract extensions files and add a line to extensions.m
Forum: General
13 days ago
JohnHell
I didn't know that either. I ever used to append another menu to a menu. Let's say: menu{ !menu2 } menu2{ whatever } I didn't thought that could be possible the other way: menu{ } !menu{ whatever } I will have to test it.
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13 days ago
JohnHell
Extensions in K-meleon are not installed as add-ons, and you don't have an extensions manager. To be adapted and used in K-meleon, YesScript must be "converted" to an extension, what is nothing but a mix of the add-on itself with macros to help access the add-on interface and other features. Partly wrong: we definitely CAN install xpi-addons (FF genuine) like in Firefox and
Forum: General
14 days ago
JohnHell
Thanks for the explanations. Some things I didn't understand, but it's becoming clearer. I imagine a lot of folks expect Javascript blocking to work with coarse granularity like YesScript, and are confused when it doesn't. (Although I understand why the finer granularity is correct-er.) That is true, but also is true that, in that way, a lot of people around this forum, just directly blo
Forum: General
15 days ago
JohnHell
@foliator I do almost exactly what you do since years, but this add-on is interesting as well. Instead have JS disabled by default, as we do, have it enabled by default, and blacklist those annoying sites. It is another point of view. If our behavior browsing the net were the same, the world would be less interesting ;) @anontemp123 if you are following the thread, would you have any p
Forum: General
15 days ago
JohnHell
I'm referring to KM75, not 75.1 or the 76 beta versions, none of which I've tried. :-? I'm on 75.0 too and for me works (without installation as add-on, that might be the difference). I use chrome://yesscript/content/manage.xul to set a page. For example, I went to http://store.steampowered.com/ a page with loads of scripts. And was ok without blacklisted. I blacklisted by add htt
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15 days ago
JohnHell
@guenter I thought it created by itself the button I don't know if the actual advances by Dorian have been so far.
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15 days ago
JohnHell
Great info and looks like a very interesting addon :) As usual the prob is to learn and remember everything, sigh, but have it bookmarked now. Toolbar buttons can be changed OnLoad, but not on switching tabs, so doesn't help in this case. Ummm dammit. My eyes are closing while I write this, so I can't research anymore, but if we could have an action similar to "OnActivateWindow&qu
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16 days ago
JohnHell
Works correctly under 75.0 without installation as add-on. But there is a little interaction with the interface to create a button and to call the blacklist manager. The button can be created, as well the call to open the manager, even a menu with two options to blacklist and whitelist. BUT, you won't have an indicator if the site is blacklisted. Here I need the opinion of others if a t
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