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3 days ago
Yogi
Since this thread is not about a K-Meleon bug, can it be moved please by a mod to a proper forum? Edit: Thanks!
Forum: General
11 days ago
Yogi
I think I found the misunderstanding. You mean in pages like here, for example, where, I guess, you can control the webcam, or something: http://www.earthcam.com/world/ireland/dublin/?cam=templebar And we all meant the front page, were all videos can be seen: http://www.earthcam.com/ Hallelujah, mystery solved. :) Indeed this doesn't work, neither with KM 75.1 nor with KM 76RC2 but w
Forum: General
11 days ago
Yogi
You are on Win7. So am I. I can't see any reason why "earthcam.com" would work (with Flash plugin enabled) for me and other people but not for you and your friend. Only thing I can think of are some settings at your end hindering the execution of the plugin or that of scripting. Therefore you could try testing with a new profile and with no addons/extensions - preferable with a new por
Forum: General
11 days ago
Yogi
If it works with other browsers, routing definitively can't be the problem. Sorry, I've overlooked in your first post that it works with other browsers. I've retested with KM 75.1, KM 76RC2 and FirefoxESR 45.8.0. All of them are working fine but only with Flash. If I disable Flash none of them are working. So K-Meleon should work for you with Flash enabled. As for HTML5, "earthcam.com"
Forum: General
13 days ago
Yogi
I'm not the right person for help, since I'm not a hardware geek. AFAIK you can't increase RAM arbitrary if your motherbord/chipset doesn't support it. Make sure first how much max RAM your motherbord/chipset is designed to support.
Forum: Off-Topic
14 days ago
Yogi
Now it seems like there must be some sort of regional routing problem preventing the site from loading properly. A quite probable scenario. Besides IMHO "cloudflare" isn't a reliable routing service.
Forum: General
14 days ago
Yogi
You can copy your bookmarks.html from the old "Profiles" subfolder into the new one. For a complete migration of all settings, maybe someone else can give you better advises than me, since excepting for bookmarks.html, (my own) user.js and (my own) search.xml, I prefer always a clean install for new major releases.
Forum: General
14 days ago
Yogi
You don't need flash to view Flipboard.com. I've tested Flipboard.com with K-Meleon 76RC2 on Win7 and it works. With K-Meleon 75.1 I also got only a blank page.
Forum: General
14 days ago
Yogi
Tested with both KM 75.1 and KM 76RC2 on Win7 and the streams on that site are working fine.
Forum: General
18 days ago
Yogi
Excuse me for chiming in. http://cinestrenostv.tv/canales/documentales/historia.php - it looks like this (btw, dubious!) site serves content in both flash and HTML5. Tested K-Meleon 76.RC2/Win7 - neither flash nor HTML5 are working. FirefoxESR 45.8.0/Win7 - both flash and HTML5 are working. Maybe the site will work with FirefoxESR 45.8.0/WinXP with the flash plugin activated. You could t
Forum: General
23 days ago
Yogi
p.s. Normal Gecko browsers gobble up much RAM and let Win never have 1 or 2 GB. Can't confirm. It boils down much on how one is used to use the browser and individual surfing habits. See pic below. Also bear in mind that my Win7 allone needs arround 1 GB RAM. http://i.imgur.com/A1qNTHe.png ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ This thre
Forum: General
25 days ago
Yogi
Can I ask, without starting a new fire, that we just close this? Dorian is the programmer. Full Ack!
Forum: General
28 days ago
Yogi
I do not call that an improvement because never liked that chrome did not have a status bar at he bottom of the page. Can't tell anything about Chrome which I never tested and probably never will so. However it probably depends much on how we are used to use the browser. At the time I discovered K-Meleon, Opera Presto was my main browser (I'm still using it for certain tasks). Opera Presto
Forum: Improvement requests
5 weeks ago
Yogi
That's how it looks in the chronological order of your second test: http://oi65.tinypic.com/b5juw0.jpg That image is really small. :) Whilst canvas size is 16x16, the image is basically 11x10. ------------------------ Last case confirmed: round, light blue globe icon.
Forum: Bugs
5 weeks ago
Yogi
!!! SORRY JohnHell !!! I was too dumb for testing. Generally I'm testing with default settings. This time I didn't and forgot that favicons are disabled in all my browsers. After retesting, in both of your tests (all cases) the favicons show up. (Win7x64) Once again, sorry for the inconvenience.
Forum: Bugs
5 weeks ago
Yogi
Me neither. (Win7x64/KM-75.1, KM-76RC2, FxESR-45.8.0).
Forum: Bugs
5 weeks ago
Yogi
Oh, those russian hackers! http://s19.postimg.org/6m6dpgimn/dirol.gif But you're right - javascript.options.asmjs = false solves this Not only russian hackers. http://s19.postimg.org/6m6dpgimn/dirol.gif There are also other sites using that trick - among them Facebook as well, if I recall exactly. Be aware that the above setting might have a negative impact on JS performance on some si
Forum: Development
5 weeks ago
Yogi
@Rodocop Those settings are fine - for lenovo.com at least. IMHO the first setting browser.cache.offline.capacity = 0 is redundant since browser.cache.offline.enable = false supersedes it. Now visit rt.com and test if some metadata gets stored despite of your settings. :)
Forum: Development
5 weeks ago
Yogi
Und das hat auch nix genützt...? dom.indexedDB.enabled = false Wahrscheinlich nicht weil Archer die Einstellungen einzeln getestet hat anstatt in Verbund wie sie Rodocop gepostet hat.
Forum: Development
5 weeks ago
Yogi
Sure SVG requires more processing power, but also the files are smaller. Dilemma ;) Generally speaking that's correct. But it also depends on the complexity of the drawing and the complexity of the colors/gradients. Therefore in some cases an SVG can be much bigger in size than a PNG at 16x16, 32x32, 64x64, 128x128 or even 256x256.
Forum: Development
5 weeks ago
Yogi
Als Test ändere in "about:config" die untere Einstellung und nach einen Browser-Neustart wiederhole den Versuch mit aktiviertem JavaScript. javascript.options.asmjs = false Translation: A: It doesn't occur if scripting is disabled. Y: Try as a test to change in "about:config" the below setting to false. Restart KM and see if the issue occurs with scripting enabled. java
Forum: Development
5 weeks ago
Yogi
Sorry, I'm not a programmer but AFAIK rendering of images is done by browsers. Edit: Basically KM/FF can render SVG files. IMHO it wouldn't be useful at the moment if developers would implement SVG files for skinning. The main disadvantage would be an increased resource wastage. Rendering of vector graphics is considerable more resource intensive than that of raster graphics.
Forum: Development
6 weeks ago
Yogi
@Archer Bloß eine Frage. Werden die Dateien hinterlegt auch wenn JavaScript deaktiviert ist? Translation: Does it occur with scripting disabled as well?
Forum: Development
6 weeks ago
Yogi
Yes, it is sufficient to toggle that pref via "about:config". The options in "about:addons" are triggereing the respective settings in "about:config".
Forum: General
7 weeks ago
Yogi
No browser restart but page refresh is needed, like in other browsers too.
Forum: General
7 weeks ago
Yogi
about:config set the value to "0" security.OCSP.enabled = 0 Be aware that it could be a security risk for unexperienced users.
Forum: General
7 weeks ago
Yogi
P.S. Not only portable Flash is the reason but any type of Flash used by KM. Of course not. :) My point was that it comes handy to test (or even work) with portable Flash. I doubt it's a "bug", ... Since Firefox 38, Mozilla changed several Flash related things. They had to keep up with Google. So it might not be a bug but some outdated way of handling Flash anyway. So block
Forum: General
7 weeks ago
Yogi
Both K-Meleon and FirefoxESR are playing that video fine.
Forum: Announcements
7 weeks ago
Yogi
@Mala Okeh & Rodocop I was able to reproduce the problem shown in that picture provided by Mala!!! No HTML5 video play back for that site! Neither with KM75 nor with KM76RC. Only a black strip. Why it worked for me but not for you: I don't have (portable) Flash installed for K-Meleon. As soon as I tested with portable Flash installed, neither KM75 nor KM76RC were able to play the cli
Forum: General
7 weeks ago
Yogi
I am on Windows7x64 and can play the video with both KM75 and KM76RC2. Edit: http://img.pixady.com/2017/03/384608_1.jpg
Forum: General
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