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5 weeks ago
gordon451
Guess it makes more sense anyway if such comprehensive stuff is tested by people actually using KM74 fully and online. Been testing it a day or so... Works OK putting .xls into the Excel Viewer. It appears there's no in-browser viewer like for .pdf, but maybe that's because I don't have MS Office on this box. The actual adding of MIME types is a bit kludgy, but they show up in F2 and tha
Forum: General
5 weeks ago
gordon451
Go to about:addons and look whether You have a real mimetypes editor. I restarted it anyway, on general principles. But that's a nice job there guenter :cool:. Gordon.
Forum: General
5 weeks ago
gordon451
Maybe VC 8 and VC 9 but not VC 10 build apps. For 2000 You'd need updates past the last update by MS just like JohnHell wrote. I never actually "installed" any of those. Just find the relevant msvcrxxx.dll and (IIRC!) msvcpxxx.dll, then drop them into the .\windows folder, was it the \System32? :s Over 2 years ago... The box developed Alzheimer's in 2012, the CPU I think, an
Forum: Announcements
5 weeks ago
gordon451
Thank you for your effortts, but both Beta 164 (even portable) neither version 74 works in Windows 98 and Windows 2000, even loading in them vcredist.exe and the dll. you say (Windows 2000 Pro Pack 4 just includes it.) This is upsetting, since many of us still use to run old wonderful harware P 2 and P 3, and K-Meleon 1.5 had been as a useful tool, now outdated. ...He put me on the spoor
Forum: Announcements
5 weeks ago
gordon451
Hi Dorian - Not sure if this is the best place, but... I've uncovered a couple of bugs, posted in the "Bugs" forum and put up on Flyspray. FS#2 is really serious, as I can't work on FS#7 until it's fixed. However, with 74-31 on its way, maybe FS#2 doesn't matter? :) BUt I can't hold my breath for very long :( Gordon.
Forum: Announcements
5 weeks ago
gordon451
Thank You Gordon. Why dropbox when You can overwrite my wiki text? I agree with what I think siria meant: you're the author. Actually your English is quite good. We all think we won't forget a language, but they really are use-it-or-lose-it :( I used to read Paris-Match for fun, and Theodore Storm. Now... On your project, if I understand you, please make sure you compile on a late-is
Forum: Development
5 weeks ago
gordon451
I tried to find the point of failure using Dependency Walker, but due to the SideBySide bug at http://kmeleon.sourceforge.net/forum/read.php?3,130132, it failed. Dep.Walker was brutal: there are bits missing, so it can't be started for analysis. So we have one possible bug which cannot be tracked down due to another unfixed (probably compile-time) bug. Gordon.
Forum: Bugs
6 weeks ago
gordon451
Hi guenter - I've had a look at your work, the touched-up file is in https://www.dropbox.com/s/eq7uoqam904ja57/KmResources.txt?dl=0. I noticed you have made all the folder refs as *nix, I didn't fix anything like that, I stayed with English syntax and grammar. (I always found German and French much easier at school than my native English :D But that was on a different planet :) and too lon
Forum: Development
6 weeks ago
gordon451
Update. After thorough testing, it seems the first page on https://support.mozilla.org/ doesn't crash K-M. Only the second page, no matter which one, backwards or forwards, will crash the browser. And every time the faulting module is xul.dll. This time around I had enabled compat. And no, Crash Report doesn't pick it. Gordon.
Forum: Bugs
6 weeks ago
gordon451
It doesn't crash for me.(Win7/KM_74-31) Deleted the Cache, went to the original child page, and maybe I should have restarted K-M. Crash, exactly the same as the last. Pointing at xul.dll. W7HPx64 SP1/K-M74-24, compat disabled, Crash Report, custom New Age useragent "K-Meleon: 74.24 (Windows 7: NT 6.1; Mozilla; Gecko; rv: 24.3)"; SSL2&3 disabled, TLS1.0, 1.1, 1.2 enabled.
Forum: Bugs
6 weeks ago
gordon451
Hi Gordon, just noticed you're extremely busy with the wiki currently... And not sure if you're aware that the Home Page is automatically composed of various extracts from other pages? There may be a few other pages auto-composed pages too. I was feeling rather like Hansel and Gretel. Lost and confused in the Forest. (I'm not sure about the original folk-tale, but I'm very sure it was Gr
Forum: Development
6 weeks ago
gordon451
Apologies if this has already been posted. Had a search result in Mozilla Support Forum > Firefox, and decided to try the parent folder, https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions. As soon as the page had (almost completely) rendered, K-M crashed gracefully, with a notice that it had stopped working and would I close it please?. I tried the page a few times, yes it's reproducible. I tr
Forum: Bugs
6 weeks ago
gordon451
It hasn't any password protection. Unless MediaFire ads tricked you... No... When the MediaFire page came up I killed it because I had not expected it, then realised I could use DLExpert to get it anyway. I was surprised because usually when I click on a non-executable or unknown MIMEtype K-M will download automatically. I figured MediaFire was interfering with my download. So, as th
Forum: Development
6 weeks ago
gordon451
But... this helped to find and amazingly stupid bug with the toolbars and the K-meleon 74 window: kmeleonmovewindowbug.7z Click and hold in the empty space left by a toolbar (can be even in the tiny space between 2 toolbars) at its right, move the window and have fun. Happens even maximized... Confirm this to post to bug tracker. It happended in Windows 2000 and XP SP2. That .7z brin
Forum: Development
6 weeks ago
gordon451
For me. Forum is sluggish when the US are in the Net and no matter which browser. And for me the errors are the same with all browsers. It was like that periodically before.:( I have found that opening everything in a new tab gets over the sluggishness, which "sort of" looks like it "may possibly be" something to do with rendering. But rendering in all browsers? N
Forum: Off-Topic
6 weeks ago
gordon451
A few cases to see: 1) C:\Program Files\kmtools 2) E:\Program Files\kmtools A+ Very clear explanation, the word "lucid" would be appropriate. Will fix ASAP. Gordon.
Forum: Development
6 weeks ago
gordon451
Seems not due to Km74 A+ To be honest, I cannot see any way KM74 could have such a problem/bug. It is almost certainly a coincidence: It was a long, long time until it first started for me too... However, I must suspect the BadBehavior script noted in my first post above. The various sources do mention time-outs as a side-effect. How long has SourceForge had this script? EDIT
Forum: Off-Topic
6 weeks ago
gordon451
I live in Australia, and it is well-known Oz has the slowest internet in the world. BUT. Every browser I have used to get this forum (Opera 10, 11, 12; IE 5, 6, 9; K-M 1.5, 2.6; Iron 27) has rendered it reasonably quickly, certainly in tune with (for example) Avast.com, Whirlpool.net.au, CNET... Certainly no more than 500ms to get it on-screen, usually much less, not even time to blink. Bu
Forum: Off-Topic
6 weeks ago
gordon451
But in fact, as I said the folder is not important, only the good path in mimetypes.rdf is important. A+ OK, K-Meleon-root. The drive is up to the user. Gordon.
Forum: Development
6 weeks ago
gordon451
Installed the UserAgents.7z and had a play. Try this: K-Meleon: 74.24 (Windows 7: NT 6.1; Mozilla; Gecko; rv: 24.3) I found the pattern: : (:; ; :) on http://webaim.org/blog/user-agent-string-history/comment-page-4/#comment-88331, and tested it. The only UA analyser to get it is http://www.useragentstring.com/, "User Agent String.Com". It has not noticeably affected th
Forum: Extensions
6 weeks ago
gordon451
Just a little error in the folder page, kmtools isn't located under the profile, but under Program Files A+ No worries, will fix. Ummm. We had kmtools located at (C:\Application Data\K-Meleon) . profiles.ini . random-string.default (default profiles location) . . . chrome . . . kmtools . . . . . Km-open (tool to open k-Meleon download files) . . . but now we should put it i
Forum: Development
6 weeks ago
gordon451
or go about:config and toggle kmeleon.install_firefox_extension to true. I can't find that in my config. Mine has xpinstall.enabled;false Are we on the same page here? Or does "xpinstallext.kmm" change the config entry? Gordon.
Forum: General
6 weeks ago
gordon451
For a simple reason: Linux only run programs, or script which have 'execution right' set (chmod +x), and USB sticks are formated using FAT32 to allow to use it on all the systems, as Microsoft don't want to use ext4 or ext3 partitions. A+ Yes, I thought there might be something like that. Anything is possible, but at what cost? OK, so we don't need to cater for portable installs in the
Forum: Development
7 weeks ago
gordon451
...The one thing that could be done, is keep the existing macros and extensions as they are, and make an extra list for those that are already tested with KM74.24, and another list for KM74.31 But from past experience I'd expect them being maintained only very loosely. The one thing that is really NEW now in 74, are the xpi-addons. Perhaps we should create a page specifically for FF-addons?
Forum: Development
7 weeks ago
gordon451
Not a single list or even several lists, I think. These are scattered... I was afraid of that. :( Gordon.
Forum: Development
7 weeks ago
gordon451
/home/opt/Program Files/K-Meleon/ No, if you have a better look of the files, home is just at the same level as opt A+ My bad. I had intended to rub out the "/home"... ...c:\Program Files\K-Meleon\k-meleon.exe is equal to z:\home\alain\.wine\drive_c\Program Files\K-Meleon\k-meleon.exe I saw that. Interesting. Do you do portable installs under Wine? It must be possib
Forum: Development
7 weeks ago
gordon451
Do you plan that at some point there will be a need to show some file locations which do not come as the default? This had occurred to me. The Good News is that this is a Wiki, and while we don't want a free-for-all as Wikipedia suffers it, the Truth is that anyone can have a go. As long as we all remember the One Commandment ("Please do not write things which may make other people a
Forum: Development
7 weeks ago
gordon451
The pre-74 pages (for KM1.7 and earlier) are still necessary Yes, that's why I don't want to delete them. They must always be accessible. Just--one day--better organised :s Do we have a list of macros that will work "natively" on 74? I realise this in itself would be a huge task. When you say "without changing anything" do you mean even the way of installing them?
Forum: Development
7 weeks ago
gordon451
There are some errors in the way you see it. The better way, for me, to be clear is to make a file A+ I'm not surprised there were errors. Linux makes perfect sense and logic to those who have worked with it :D (Windows occasionally makes sense to those who work with it :O) But thanks for the files, the Way is more clear. OK, so /opt is E: and we have /home/opt/Program File
Forum: Development
7 weeks ago
gordon451
...and maybe Macros. At the same time, the Wiki is a bit incoherent, so I'm looking at making a path to the current versions (K-M74.24 and K-M74.31), by-passing the 2.6 and earlier. I think we need to keep the older pages, they have some good stuff, but not very much of it can be used in K-M74. And a quick tidy up of our entry pages, that seem to repeat themselves a bit... Gordon.
Forum: Development
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