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siria
Had tried the latest. "Archive is not readable. Would you like to try a password?" But perhaps we should better split those omni-unzip-postings into a separate thread...
Forum: Announcements
Today
siria
How to create a table of contents in wiki: Insert a blank between the !!! !! ! and the header text! (thanx to Gordon!)
Forum: General
Today
siria
If you feel like, feel free to add that ToC info to the wiki ;-) Without your wikipedia experience you probably would not have figured it out, and the rest of us definitely not! Just tried login again, but still no probs whatsoever. Just works *shrug*
Forum: Development
Today
siria
Peazip too: Cannot open as archive info-zip: Yeah funny, no one seems to know it :cool: Have already tried 2-3 versions, but same result with all. I do suspect the extracted files might be correct despite the error, but when I'll really need it for a serious task some day I'd probably try the vista version. Also am wondering more and more, if it may have something to do with the system, sin
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Yesterday
siria
Thank you for all the unzip-tips :) After finally having given up on 7z, and trying to find a freeware (winrar is time-limited), one of the search hits was this: developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Mozilla/About_omni.ja_%28formerly_omni.jar%29 It links to the original info-zip tool that Mozilla themselves seem to use. I tried the unzipper, and that slightly weird prehistoric thing actually e
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Yesterday
siria
Your ToC... the Wiki ToC happens automagically when you create headers, almost exactly as Wikipedia does it. So, don't use the construction !!! Header !! sub-Header ! sub-sub-Header which has a space after the "!". Use instead !!!Header !!sub-Header !sub-sub-Header with no space. These will not be used as ToC. Krass... Is that absolutely non-intuitive trick described
Forum: Development
2 days ago
siria
Steh aufm Schlauch... Wie??
Forum: Announcements
2 days ago
siria
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
Forum: Announcements
2 days ago
siria
Tsss.... I'm lousy at translations too, somehow in german literal translations tend to sound just silly, but anyway: Linux-Helfer (Mailto-Links und mehr) Speichert Adressliste besuchter Seiten (Verlauf) -------- 7z: After a long search finally found the download-links, but still cannot open omni.ja How exactly do you open it, step-by-step??
Forum: Announcements
3 days ago
siria
You shock me :O Seriously? I need them often, for example for testing new macros without having to close the current browser session all the time. It can keep running and I just start a second session, which of course needs a separate profile.
Forum: Development
3 days ago
siria
In F2>macros there are two native ones declared as "user-defined": places.kmm + tuxhelper.kmm tuxhelper is a macro which allows to use some features not possible with wine under Linux (due to some protocols not implemented in wine, like mailto, for exemple...) It is easy to fix if you know all the languages required. I know only English. It would already be a huge differ
Forum: Announcements
3 days ago
siria
a "standard" setup listing, which can then be used as a template for setting up alternative profiles. Uh... just to make sure: but you do know how alternative profiles are set up normally? Without any editing? Dou you already use multiple profiles? The tinkering with folders and files is only for advanced customizing, if a user knows what he's doing, not for setting up a couple n
Forum: Development
3 days ago
siria
One little thing, about profile folder names. I have a feeling this is misunderstood by some, who don't regularly use different profiles: There is a folder KM/(browser)/defaults/profile. This is not a "working" profile, only a template folder that is copied whenever a new profile is created. The collection of working user profiles however, whose folder pops up automatically when c
Forum: Development
3 days ago
siria
Guess it's not a gecko thing, but a native KM feature, since the pref name starts with "kmeleon". Meanwhile I've remembered that I did exactly what I suggested earlier (macro toggles pref, then saves) with the SaveToFolder-macro. But I always had trouble with it, glitches, not sure why anymore, but think that auto-save-pref could not be toggled back until next page load. In the meant
Forum: Development
3 days ago
siria
Oops... looks like the other help links are moved inside this omni.ja thing! At least a file search locates "faq" inside there. But to my surprise, in 74gre31 my 7z cannot open it anymore??! In 74.0 it still worked, and looks like there those missing help options are inside an "about.xhtml" They are now all "<!ENTITY" elements. (incl. the link to "wiki/R
Forum: Announcements
3 days ago
siria
And if you click outside the text input area, and then just type, e.g. "bug"?
Forum: Development
4 days ago
siria
Locale? Ah that reminds me again of the missing locale bug in english (only portable?) version, as long the user never clicked on "english" in the pref sheets... who knows... Michael, do the Help>Welcome page appear for you?
Forum: Bugs
4 days ago
siria
Was wondering if there may already be something similar in the ancient wiki pages, and where you would perhaps place it. The only two pages that at least remotely come close were those: http://kmeleon.sourceforge.net/wiki/KmeleonDirectory http://kmeleon.sourceforge.net/wiki/EndUserDocs No idea if that helps anything.
Forum: Development
4 days ago
siria
Ah, you're on to something! Made me play with sizes, and would you believe: with textzoom size 13 it ends up side-by-side, but all bigger and all smaller font sizes are okay - LOL! Ah, the page zooms is important too: Happens only in combination with FullZoom 8+9... Oh well, as long as we don't have any greater problems :D
Forum: Development
4 days ago
siria
Looks different for me in KM1.6: The "right" part is in the first line and right-centered, the "left" part is in the line below and left-centered. Perhaps the UA? Mine is: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; de-DE; rv:1.9.1.16) Gecko/20101130 K-Meleon/1.6 (custom UA pref in about:config is general.useragent.override STRING )
Forum: Development
4 days ago
siria
Ah yes, now I remember having reported that earlier. This option was introduced by desga years ago for 1.6, but the new KM seems to be mostly or completely based on 1.5.4. So this option, while surprisingly showing up in the pref sheets, wasn't copied over into the current main.kmm too. I remember it's very easy to fix, just change a few lines in main.kmm, search for "openWindow" and co
Forum: Announcements
4 days ago
siria
There exists a newer version with gecko31, but that's not a final version yet (alpha or beta), so probably shouldn't pop up. And have recently read somewhere in an old version that it should check only once a week or so. And it certainly should stop if you decline it. Which probably requires writing rights somewhere... Anyway, to stop this automatic check (and the alerts), remove the checkmark
Forum: Bugs
4 days ago
siria
It's an age old feature really. In between for years that pref was hidden, but if it got toggled accidentally somehow or by a macro, there was no way to figure this out unless you knew about it. Not sure how to solve. Perhaps have 2 choices in the menu: a macro that first toggles that pref ON and then saves, and below a macro that first toggles that pref OFF and then saves... ? and the shortcut
Forum: Development
4 days ago
siria
Sounds familiar... but that's a whole different and old trick: F2 > File Handling Is "Save As" folder checkmarked accidentally?? If yes, it does save, but secretly into that folder. Or check in about:config for "save" options. If that's it, creating a new (parallel) profile just for testing would fix it too. In the new profile only. But it's just one pref. It tha
Forum: Development
5 days ago
siria
I dimly remember some bug with empty bookmarks being discussed, but may be fixed meanwhile, no idea. Perhaps others know better. Which MK version are you using exactly?
Forum: Bugs
5 days ago
siria
Thanks for reporting back Otto :) (but frankly there are still enough bugs left, especially with plugins etc., better not expect KM to be perfect already ;-)
Forum: General
5 days ago
siria
No prob, can login fine (with KM1.6 and blocked JS after killing css :)) But the list needs more versions than only 74.0!
Forum: Development
5 days ago
siria
Seems to me like its setting a flag at page load... After thinking about the alternatives, my preferred solution would now be to prevent that flag being set at all to begin with. If it would automatically be removed after each page load. But no idea if then the global setting would kick in again, or if absence of that flag would mean "always allowed" or "always blocked", r
Forum: Development
5 days ago
siria
Which is exactly what was to be demonstrated with my macro, LOL! :D The prefs and buttons are saying JS were allowed, but in reality JS-actions are still blocked on THIS page - so that setting is obviously lying! Until the next page load, then it will kick in again - on the newly loaded page. And it will be frozen again in the state it had when loading, be it allowed or blocked. Next test:
Forum: Development
5 days ago
siria
I know it can't help to fix anything, we three agree on this. But it can demonstrate better where the problem lies exactly to non-macrocoders who don't understand what we talk about at all, not seeing any probs with toggling ;-) And it can also make testing a bit easier. An unexpected little discovery though is that it works even worse on win7. Sigh. Oh great, and that's even intentional by Moz
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