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3 days ago
JohnHell
Just in case someone missed (for example, me http://s19.postimg.org/qqdfhlahb/whistling.gif) last week was released a new security fix version 26.0.0.151: https://helpx.adobe.com/security/products/flash-player/apsb17-23.html
Forum: General
3 days ago
JohnHell
Sorry, but I only can tell that there isn't any user registered with your nickname (or similar, or combinations) and nor with the mail address used in the above posts. It is strange. Anyway, as you have discovered, anonymous users can post and reply without problems. This is an open forum.
Forum: Off-Topic
4 days ago
JohnHell
Could be but I don't see your nickname, nor your mail, matching any real user.
Forum: Off-Topic
6 days ago
JohnHell
Or calling the macro only manually, only when needed, not automatically after every page load ($OnLoad). The catch is that would of course require again a shortcut/menu/button, but if you don't mind that it's another possibility. In that case the toggle could be included. I leave enhancements and changes to any of you ;) It is open to anyone who wants to make changes :)
Forum: Extensions
6 days ago
JohnHell
BTW, sometimes the file downloads as "videoplayback" without an extension, but it's easy to add the extension and rename the file later. At other times, the file comes down already properly named with its title and the MP4 extension. As posted, that is up to the script developer. Remember to check the github page for updates!! ;) OH GOD I JUST FOUND THE GITHUB PROJECT DOESN'T E
Forum: Extensions
6 days ago
JohnHell
Now I'm going to try inserting the HTML5 Disabled statements at the very top of the download macro; maybe it will disable HTML5 automatically prior to the download. Then I can always toggle HTML5 back on later. Emmmm, no, that won't work. Placing a toggle at the beginning of the macro will do nothing unless you invoke it. And the macro is just invoked on load (using the macro holder $OnL
Forum: Extensions
6 days ago
JohnHell
The macro works for me, too. However, while some of the videos download properly, others immediately start playing in the browser's HTML5 player instead of being downloaded, and I can't successfully save them that way. I generally leave HTML5 enabled; would it help if I disabled it for use with this macro? In that case, if the video opened in my offline media player I could save a copy from ther
Forum: Extensions
7 days ago
JohnHell
This must be a joke, but, still... I can't get it. So, two days warn before closing. Yes, very logic. I wasn't a regular user either but... Discussing thread: http://www.msfn.org/board/topic/176950-msfn-will-be-taken-offline-12-august-2017/ Yes siria, that was THE forum :/
Forum: Off-Topic
7 days ago
JohnHell
Yes too tiny fonts are a pain! My own minimum size is permanently at 14 with font Verdana, works quite well. No idea why the KM-default is zero, or what this could be good for?? Because 0 means default font size, or in other words, 1em, and more to earth words, 12pt or 16px. But 1em is different for each font. Verdana, in fact, has an em higher than other fonts, that is the reason it loo
Forum: General
11 days ago
JohnHell
Read the instructions in KMM file for updating script file, folders it uses and file names to adopt. This release does only need to uncompress to macros Root folder. No renaming needs. For further details on the script configuration, open the JS file and read it or refer to GitHub page. Note: the macro reads the JS file each time a YouTube video page loads. I did this because the JS f
Forum: Extensions
11 days ago
JohnHell
Any idea how to get "YouTube Videos as MP4" working? It's available as a plain userjs or .xpi extension: https://github.com/gantt/downloadyoutube It has no toolbar buttons or menus, it only adds a download button to YouTube. Thanks! Read your thread: http://kmeleonbrowser.org/forum/read.php?9,142050
Forum: Extensions
21 days ago
JohnHell
http://kmeleonbrowser.org/forum/read.php?3,142035,142161#msg-142161 Please, read the content from above link. Then copy the new suggested UA text and add it to a new UA string. It works per session, so I always test it first at http://www.whoishostingthis.com/tools/user-agent/ or writing 'whats my user agent' in Chrome. It's very easy to add a new UA, but I still have not found how to delete
Forum: General
23 days ago
JohnHell
Only explanation I can think of: I was testing on Win7 while I assume that you made the test on Win2k. Yes. So IMHO this doesn't look like a regression but rather as defective code. Or none of them. This deserved to give a try to the torture (slow to hell) of the virtual machine with Windows 7 and this is the result. I tested twice just in case my own personal installation h
Forum: General
23 days ago
JohnHell
@-moz-document domain(yr.no){ div.meteogramme-img{ float:none!important; } } EDIT: but I'm testing and the tables are block :-? Not sure if it matters, but there's a blank missing after "none" CSS can be written without any space, new lines, etc. In fact most of CSS files out there are this way to save some bytes. What I personally find excessive, even tho
Forum: General
23 days ago
JohnHell
Might be a regression in Gecko 38. Except for some details in the king face, there isn't much difference. https://s19.postimg.org/sybadvpqn/k-meleon7531opera12svg.png
Forum: General
23 days ago
JohnHell
- Speaking of SVG files Try to open this SVG-file with K-Meleon based on FirefoxESR 38 and see what you get. Newer FirefoxESR have improved and are displaying the SVG-file fine. Ancient Opera Presto v12 displays the SVG-file also fine. ;) Ok, not Gecko 38, 31 instead in K-meleon 75.0, but there is no difference between K-meleon and Opera 12 :-? Aside it takes ages to load on both in my
Forum: General
23 days ago
JohnHell
https://s19.postimg.org/j253nmp3j/Yr_Detailed_hourly_forecast_for_Perth_Western.png There you have, now that 25th is at the top, the image (actually an SVG) overlays over the table. Looks the oposite, the table overlays the SVG. Ok, it is a rendering issue. Certainly a bug from our Mozilla friends. Supposedly, a table is a block element and for whatever reason it is displaying inline wi
Forum: General
24 days ago
JohnHell
sometimes it's nice to have a fault-tolerant browser :s :END EDIT Note that K-meleon is as tolerant as Firefox. Non the less they use the same rendering engine. But have in mind that, even if it is a problem in the site coding, or a new CSS rule not supported, the browser can't do anything. It is responsibility of the webmaster to check and test for compatibility but the main stream n
Forum: General
5 weeks ago
JohnHell
Help > About K-meleon or type in the url bar "about:" without the quotes.
Forum: General
5 weeks ago
JohnHell
Small update to Symbola Font: http://users.teilar.gr/~g1951d/
Forum: Extensions
6 weeks ago
JohnHell
Make use of this macro extension: http://kmeleonbrowser.org/forum/read.php?9,139836,139836#msg-139836
Forum: Bugs
6 weeks ago
JohnHell
Then it is what I initially posted and then I deleted, because in 75.0 works, that I remember to read that there were some bugs and Dorian decided to take the straight route and used the places.sqlite database. There is no way to only remove some items from places.sqlite database (that I know of) if you don't do it manually and even doing this manually, there are loads of crossed references bet
Forum: Bugs
7 weeks ago
JohnHell
Preferences panel > Cache > store favicons on iconcache.dat.
Forum: Bugs
7 weeks ago
JohnHell
The better (and looks like Dell doesn't give much information) add a few more RAM to it. But I was 3 years ago, in emergency status on a Pentium 200 Mhz and I had no much problems, but with a lot of patience. About the acceleration, go to about:support url and find this line: GPU Accelerated Windows If it tells something as basic or none. Then or almost nothing, or nothing.
Forum: General
2 months ago
JohnHell
Those two issues are more critical than the missing images in The Guardian, so I guess I'll stick with KM 75. Back to the stable http://s19.postimg.org/5707mzs5r/biggrin.gif But are you using 75.1? As I told above, in Firefox 31.7, or Gecko 31.7, as you prefer, it works. K-meleon 75.1 is based on Gecko 31.8, so if something got fixed then, should work in 75.1. Otherwise there might be s
Forum: General
2 months ago
JohnHell
I have no clue either, but I found what may be the culprit here. There is a http connection to this site and a json report about something being blocked. https://beacon.gu-web.net/csp-report { "csp-report" : { "document-uri" : "https://www.theguardian.com/international", "referrer" : "", "blocked-uri" : "http://media
Forum: General
2 months ago
JohnHell
You could always use archive.org, if the page is available, as a clean source: https://wayback.archive.org/web/20160428103016/http://www.babelstone.co.uk:80/Software/BabelMap.html And if you don't trust the file, use sites as Jotti ;): https://virusscan.jotti.org/ TIP: if your paste and then click F2 key, it will search it too.
Forum: Extensions
2 months ago
JohnHell
I uploaded the version 9.0.0.1 of BabelMap, compressed with UPX to save disk space, as this is a Win32 compatible application and maybe could work with kernelex in Windows 98. I have no idea, anyway, but you could give a try. http://www.mediafire.com/file/0d7jfq7y2y29cjn/babelmapupx+9.0.0.1+2016-07-03+unicode+9.0.7z I also contacted the developer and the next version should be compatible wit
Forum: Extensions
2 months ago
JohnHell
You are focusing on paper size and that is just one of the problems. I say this because you didn't find yet, for example, that the paper size set in Gecko preferences are just browser preference, but at the time of print, the valid paper size is the one set in the printer dialog settings. So that means, that even if you set letter, or custom width/height, the last word to shrink to fit and/or d
Forum: General
2 months ago
JohnHell
I can confirm that I am seeing what is described here, but it's not even sticking for the tab that I have open. Just some ideas. Try to go to about:config and if you have it, reset (set to empty) the preference print_printer. (One of the problems I see with Firefox and K-meleon is that you can't set a default printer, it defaults, if I'm not wrong, to the latest printer, or something like
Forum: General
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