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  2. New regular/weekly KM-Goanna release: https://o.rths.ml/kmeleon/KM76.2-Goanna-20191214.7z Changelog: Out-of-tree changes: * update Goanna3 to git f9e56e1ed..50a11752b: - applied NSPR Bug 1586070 - Read does not advance file position for files larger than 4GB on Win32. (See also bug 70765.) r=kaie (c05d4592c) - updated to nss-3.44.3 (70e76b712) - import UXP change: - [NSS] Bug 1508776 - Remove unneeded refcounting from SFTKSession (836e72e96) (b27556af1) - import changes from `devel' branch of rmottola/Arctic-Fox: - Bug 1138073 - Improve checking when folding and/or blocks in Ion, r=sunfish. (b73bc1cff) - Bug 1025125 - If enabled, enter pdb session when test fails. r=ahal (29e086127) - Bug 1139628 - Don't load delayed process scripts until channel is open (r=smaug) (ae8b152ed) - Bug 1131444 - Close PContentBridge when content process is ended. r=khuey (0777738f8) (d7ef248c3) - partly imported from tenfourfox: #578: M1579060 M1586176 (d09fe1e46) - ported changes from tenfourfox: - #375: M1351303 - closes #519: Element.toggleAttribute() + backbugs M1258205 M1276938 (e186cc7c9) - ported tenfourfox change: closes #520: Document.elementsFromPoint() M1164427 (dbe519843) - import changes from `devel' branch of rmottola/Arctic-Fox: - Bug 1135903 - OdinMonkey: Make signal-handler OOB checking an independent configuration r=luke (d9f2104a2) - Bug 1138495 - pt 0 - Reftests for font inflation in vertical writing mode, initially annotated as failing. r=smontagu (6b1a2f47d) - Bug 1138495 - pt 1 - Rename NS_FRAME_IN_CONSTRAINED_HEIGHT flag to NS_FRAME_IN_CONSTRAINED_BSIZE, and set it appropriately according to writing mode. r=smontagu (9d1dfbe3a) - Bug 1138495 - pt 2 - Remove failure annotations from tests that no longer fail; note that the comparison of font-inflation-1c.html vs 1d still fails (they should inflate by different amounts). r=smontagu (1e7a9a2a7) - Bug 1138495 - pt 3 - Compute font inflation based on inline-axis dimensions rather than always using physical width. r=smontagu (d7fc87566) - Bug 1138495 - pt 4 - Remove failure annotation from the final testcase, and add specific equality tests for the correctly-inflated rendering of 1c and 1d. r=smontagu (81de3cb59) - Bug 1132078 - Remove useless null checks after allocating memory with |new| from xpcom/io. r=nfroyd (3c59b0993) (50a11752b) * Notice: the changelog above may not always applicable to XULRunner code which K-Meleon uses. A goanna3 source tree that has kmeleon adaption patch applied is available here: https://github.com/roytam1/palemoon27/tree/kmeleon76
  3. New NewMoon 27 Build! 32bit https://o.rths.ml/palemoon/palemoon-27.9.7.win32-git-20191214-50a11752b-xpmod.7z 32bit SSE https://o.rths.ml/palemoon/palemoon-27.9.7.win32-git-20191214-50a11752b-xpmod-sse.7z 32bit noSSE https://o.rths.ml/palemoon/palemoon-27.9.7.win32-git-20191214-50a11752b-xpmod-ia32.7z 64bit https://o.rths.ml/palemoon/palemoon-27.9.7.win64-git-20191214-50a11752b-xpmod.7z source repo: https://github.com/roytam1/palemoon27 repo changes since my last build: - applied NSPR Bug 1586070 - Read does not advance file position for files larger than 4GB on Win32. (See also bug 70765.) r=kaie (c05d4592c) - updated to nss-3.44.3 (70e76b712) - import UXP change: - [NSS] Bug 1508776 - Remove unneeded refcounting from SFTKSession (836e72e96) (b27556af1) - import changes from `devel' branch of rmottola/Arctic-Fox: - Bug 1138073 - Improve checking when folding and/or blocks in Ion, r=sunfish. (b73bc1cff) - Bug 1025125 - If enabled, enter pdb session when test fails. r=ahal (29e086127) - Bug 1139628 - Don't load delayed process scripts until channel is open (r=smaug) (ae8b152ed) - Bug 1131444 - Close PContentBridge when content process is ended. r=khuey (0777738f8) (d7ef248c3) - partly imported from tenfourfox: #578: M1579060 M1586176 (d09fe1e46) - ported changes from tenfourfox: - #375: M1351303 - closes #519: Element.toggleAttribute() + backbugs M1258205 M1276938 (e186cc7c9) - ported tenfourfox change: closes #520: Document.elementsFromPoint() M1164427 (dbe519843) - import changes from `devel' branch of rmottola/Arctic-Fox: - Bug 1135903 - OdinMonkey: Make signal-handler OOB checking an independent configuration r=luke (d9f2104a2) - Bug 1138495 - pt 0 - Reftests for font inflation in vertical writing mode, initially annotated as failing. r=smontagu (6b1a2f47d) - Bug 1138495 - pt 1 - Rename NS_FRAME_IN_CONSTRAINED_HEIGHT flag to NS_FRAME_IN_CONSTRAINED_BSIZE, and set it appropriately according to writing mode. r=smontagu (9d1dfbe3a) - Bug 1138495 - pt 2 - Remove failure annotations from tests that no longer fail; note that the comparison of font-inflation-1c.html vs 1d still fails (they should inflate by different amounts). r=smontagu (1e7a9a2a7) - Bug 1138495 - pt 3 - Compute font inflation based on inline-axis dimensions rather than always using physical width. r=smontagu (d7fc87566) - Bug 1138495 - pt 4 - Remove failure annotation from the final testcase, and add specific equality tests for the correctly-inflated rendering of 1c and 1d. r=smontagu (81de3cb59) - Bug 1132078 - Remove useless null checks after allocating memory with |new| from xpcom/io. r=nfroyd (3c59b0993) (50a11752b)
  4. New build of BOC/UXP for XP! Test binary: MailNews Win32 https://o.rths.ml/boc-uxp/mailnews.win32-20191214-ce4e0449-uxp-dacb3da00-xpmod.7z Browser-only Suite Win32 https://o.rths.ml/boc-uxp/bnavigator.win32-20191214-ce4e0449-uxp-dacb3da00-xpmod.7z source patch (excluding UXP): https://o.rths.ml/boc-uxp/boc-uxp-src-xpmod-20191123.7z Official repo changes since my last build: - Update platform commit pointer (1e9f702e) - Update platform commit pointer (24e2def8) - [Navigator] Clean up region.properties (941c5406) - Add Ekoru to searchplugins (20e88761) - Update platform commit pointer (ce4e0449) For UXP changes please see above.
  5. New build of Serpent/UXP for XP! Test binary: Win32 https://o.rths.ml/basilisk/basilisk52-g4.4.win32-git-20191214-dacb3da00-xpmod.7z Win64 https://o.rths.ml/basilisk/basilisk52-g4.4.win64-git-20191214-dacb3da00-xpmod.7z source code that is comparable to my current working tree is available here: https://github.com/roytam1/UXP/commits/custom IA32 Win32 https://o.rths.ml/basilisk/basilisk52-g4.4.win32-git-20191214-dacb3da00-xpmod-ia32.7z source code that is comparable to my current working tree is available here: https://github.com/roytam1/UXP/commits/ia32 NM28XP build: Win32 https://o.rths.ml/palemoon/palemoon-28.9.0a1.win32-git-20191214-dacb3da00-xpmod.7z Win64 https://o.rths.ml/palemoon/palemoon-28.9.0a1.win64-git-20191214-dacb3da00-xpmod.7z Official repo changes since my last build: - Bug 1509685 - Add more bounds checking in nsMsgDBView::UpdateDisplayMessage() to avoid crashes (717be395f) - Bug 1482248 - don't crash on empty file name in nsMsgLocalStoreUtils::nsShouldIgnoreFile. (b797607a8) - Bug 1571481 - Improve multipart/alternative. (282cdd6ba) - Merge branch 'master' into release (642032029) - Merge pull request #1314 from g4jc/mailnews_patches (ca46bc1f6) - Merge branch 'release' (5ba7f92d5) - No Issue - Execute the precomplete command on *nix AltPackaging (647d14de8) - New cycle version bump (7758b9a26) - Update default bookmarks toolbar FAQ entry to redirect to forum. (d2a1d638b) - Issue #1317 - Increase the XML nested depth limit to 2048. (dacb3da00) My changes since my last build: - Revert "Issue #1259 - Adjust Widewine strings after removing Adobe Primetime support" (37e153f59)
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  7. That is not true from my experience. Sure, the 137GB patch is always required if you want a partition bigger than 137GB without data corruption. But the SATA patch (not AHCI driver) is not always required, this varies between motherboards. Going back on topic, @tillewolle if you encounter problems, apply the SATA patch from here: https://archive.org/details/PTCHSATA
  8. Blender 2.64 is working using Python 3.2 and KEX24.
  9. I found it. The "placeholder" data that you created into the spreadsheet (mknewfiles tab) are written oddly into the game. Starting with team 28, it matches to the spreadsheet, there there are 5 pitchers and 15 batters: The five pitchers marked "tomorrow" and the batter marked "naturally on first" from team 28 are written into the slots for team 29. This is how they appear in the game (team 29 roster) So then team 30 has the 5 pitchers from team 29, and 4 of the forwardslash entries, for batters it has one batter from Team 29, a blank and then the first 6 batters (of 8) that are supposed to be on team 30. Team 31 has one forward slash pitcher and the first 2 pitchers of team 30, the last 2 batters of team 30 and 6 blank entries.
  10. If the disk is IDE, it'll always use ESDI_506.PDR. One can use any size of partition although I'm not sure whether IDE HDDs > 500 GB were ever produced. If the disk is SATA, and the mobo supports IDE compatibility mode, then both 137 GB and SATA patches must be applied. If the hdd is SATA and the controller uses AHCI mode, then RLoew's AHCI driver is required. A 137 GB FAT partition *at the begining* of an arbitrarily sized SATA disk with the rest of the rest of it in an NTFS partition will work until one gives 9x/ME an NTFS driver, then it'll be corrupts the 1st time 9x/ME tries to access the NTFS partition. If one never gives an NTFS driver to 9x/ME, there's no risk of corruption. But, in any case, without RLoew's AHCI driver, the ESDI_506.PDR will not be used in AHCI mode, so all access wil be in DOS 16-bit compatibility mode, slow as molasses. It can run, but it'll be like a 4-clinder car runing on one or two cylinders only: bad and sluggish. Moreover, if one puts the 137 GB partition at the end of the HDD, instead of the beginning of it, then corruption will occur in unpatched systems, even in DOS 16-bit compatibility mode.
  11. ... Of course I believe you ; but I insist that shouldn't happen ! To humour you, I just created a new/clean/pristine (call it what you want...) Serpent 52.9.0 2019.11.15 (32-bit) profile, and by simply going to about:preferences#content and ticking "Play DRM content", apparently a WVCDM v1.4.9.1088 download started in the background! By restarting the browser after ca. 5min, about:addons => Plugins shows the CDM correctly installed and activated: So, most probably, something is amiss in your current Serpent 52 profile (NB: Serpent 55 will still download and install WVCDM v1.4.8.903 !); make sure the pref media.gmp-manager.url is at its default value: https://aus5.mozilla.org/update/3/GMP/60.0/%BUILD_ID%/%BUILD_TARGET%/%LOCALE%/%CHANNEL%/%OS_VERSION%/%DISTRIBUTION%/%DISTRIBUTION_VERSION%/update.xml Under Win7 (x86), that above template should produce: https://aus5.mozilla.org/update/3/GMP/60.0/20191115221435/WINNT_x86-msvc-x86/en-US/release/Windows_NT%206.1.1.0.7601%20%28x86%29/default/default/update.xml ... where the direct link to the CDM (32-bit) is https://redirector.gvt1.com/edgedl/widevine-cdm/1.4.9.1088-win-ia32.zip You can always find the exact URI gmp-manager uses on your OS+Serpent 52 flavour by opening Browser Console before the CDM fetch begins (i.e. before checking "Play DRM content") ...
  12. That does look a bit excessive, mine takes about 3 Mb when it's idle, and about 6 Mb while I have a Firefox tab open! Is the memory use still high with your browsers and/or e-mail programs closed?
  13. Hello, Can you reduce the memory footprint of ProxHTTPSProxy ? After only one hour of surf on internet, the process take 100 Mb of memory!
  14. Here's some batch script code, which you may find useful. It is based upon what I quickly read from the opening post, so I apologize if it is no longer valid. What it is supposed to do, is to use the built-in CertUtil command, (Windows Vista+), to perform the MD5 hashes: @ECHO="%~a1"|"%__APPDIR__%FIND.EXE" "d">NUL&&(CALL :SUB "%~1" "/S" "%%%%#")||( IF NOT EXIST "%~1" (CALL :SUB "%CD%" "/S" "%%%%#" >NUL "%__APPDIR__%TIMEOUT.EXE" 3&GOTO :EOF )ELSE IF /I "%~nx1"=="App.md5" ( ECHO Input file %~nx1 cannot be hashed, exiting... >NUL "%__APPDIR__%TIMEOUT.EXE" 3&GOTO :EOF) CALL :SUB "%~1" "" "%~1") @"%__APPDIR__%TIMEOUT.EXE" 3 >NUL&GOTO :EOF :SUB @(FOR /F "EOL=|DELIMS=" %%# IN ('DIR /B%~2/A-D-L-S "%~1"^ ^|"%__APPDIR__%FINDSTR.EXE" /IV "\\App.md5$"')DO @FOR /F "DELIMS=" %%$ IN ( '^""%__APPDIR__%CERTUTIL.EXE" -HASHFILE "%~3" MD5 2^>NUL^|FIND /V ":"^"' )DO @SET "_=%%$"&ECHO ;%~3&CALL ECHO(%%_: =%%)>>"App.md5" Note: If you wish to change your filename from App.md5 you'll need to change it in three places, (lines 4, 11 & 13).
  15. The worst are the ones that exist. Advertisement is evil and lies. Kill and with all hatred, destroy google.
  16. ACPI support in Windows 98 SE is unfinished and causes problems. APM does the same things as ACPI and actually works. This includes automatically shutting down without seeing the "You may now shutdown this computer" message, so there is no real loss of functionality by switching to APM, even on older hardware. This of course does not apply to newer operating systems ACPI in 98SE is enabled by default if the BIOS date is later than 12/02/1999. Umm...I had Win98SE installed on a less than 137GB partition on my Toshiba P300 1TB HDD with MBR type, connected to the ASRock H110M-DVS R3.0 AHCI only motherboard. The partition was put at the beginning (this is the important part) and made active. The rest of the space was filled with an NTFS partition, so two partitions in total, one FAT32 and one NTFS. Win98SE in that case did not use the ESDI_506.PDR at all, and there was no sign of any data corruption, even before installing the AHCI driver. Starman also says this is the case: https://thestarman.pcministry.com/asm/mbr/Limits.htm#137 Are you saying that ESDI_506.PDR file prevents Win98SE to install/boot/run when it detects a large drive, even if the Win98SE partition is within the limit? From my experience with other hardware, the ESDI patch is required when the system hangs at initializing it (in BOOTLOG.TXT), OR you want to avoid the data corruption if you have a larger than 137GB partition. But one has no correlation (IMO) with the other. We might have had a misunderstanding here I think.
  17. Yes, that color is much more readable; thanks! Actually I have v.1.3.0; at one time I tried v1.4.0 but IIRC it didn't work correctly, so I rolled back to v1.3.0 and it worked fine.
  18. You're not going to believe this - it downloaded and installed 1.4.8.903 again! This was with Serpent 52.9.2019.11.15 (last one before Primetime stopped working) on Win 7, with Firefox & Gecko compatibility enabled. I tried again, but this time, before I went to the Axinom site, I checked about:addons#plugins. It said "Widevine Content Decryption Module provided by Google Inc. will be installed shortly." It remained in that state until I visited the Axinom site, at which point I got a notice at the top of the screen: "Serpent is installing components needed to play the audio or video on this page. Please try again later." Then it installed 1.4.8.903 yet again. I suppose official Basilisk might fare better (although "better" in this context would be v1.4.9.1088, which still wouldn't play squat). It's probably something we'll need to figure out if/when official Basilisk catches up with Google's ever-changing DRM requirements.
  19. >> I tried SciTech Display Doctor but the drivers never wanted take over the microsoft driver so i wasnt able at all to use it. The driver file may have been in use and in RAM. If you know the name of the file/s, I think it was OpenGL32.dll, but not sure now, copy SciTech one over in safe mode or from DOS on a startup floppy. If it is not OpenGL32.dll rename OpenGL32.dll to disable it, in safe mode if necessary. If the Microsoft file is 16bit then move it by left clicking on it and drag to an empty folder after a fresh reboot. 16 bit files can be deleted by deleting the folder they are in or they need to be highlighted then press delete key if right clicking cannot delete or rename. >> - Right-click My Computer -> Properties -> Device Manager tab and remove all entries under Display Adapters. This is done in safe mode otherwise unused devices do not show. Sound driver removal like this can destroy a good system if drivers like streaming devices are removed. These are usually named Microsoft but are not always in use so if using HPSysDig.exe then these devices show as unused but they are just not in use at the moment and should not be removed as they do not come back I found.
  20. JasonSlaye: - i got the two devices listed in the driver list but since i deleted one it never got back - I should propably make a full new install with a WIn98SE - Maybe do you get a tips for reveal it. Hi JasonSlaye. I can't help with your specific hardware but an OS re-install is almost never required. This works well for me for stubborn hardware installs and undesirable driver purges. - Right-click C:\WINDOWS\INF and select Find. - Complete several keyword searches to identify failed drivers, for you maybe ATI, fire, v5000. - Temporarily rename each file extension to temporarily disable it. On my system for example, rename DXNVIDIA.INF to DXNVIDIA.INF_DISABLE and DXNVIDIA.PNF to DXNVIDIA.PNF_DISABLE. - Several renames may be needed if numerous undesirable drivers were previously installed. - To ensure nothing was missed repeat searches with similar keywords but now use Find -> Containing text, as *.inf file names may not be intuitive to the hardware device. - Note culprit INF files may be located in C:\WINDOWS\INF\OTHER, in which case all Find searches should have 'Include subfolders' checked off. - Right-click My Computer -> Properties -> Device Manager tab and remove all entries under Display Adapters. - Reboot and your system will find the new video card, then install the desired driver.
  21. also handles made a big jump just explorer make 2000 handles
  22. Thank you again. This is the best option as the extension also imports cookies, very useful.
  23. Wait was Glass8 abandoned/canceled? o.o
  24. For Firefox 45 ESR SSE users, if you use the Vacuum Places Improved extension, please remove it. I found out that in the latest version, the extension causes the CPU to idle at around 52/68% in every single page, even at the Google home page! I will investigate if I get the same issue with the other browsers as well and if so, I'll uninstall the extension, searching for another one that cleans the places.sqlite file automatically when the browser is started. Speaking of complete themes... Is there a complete theme for FF45 ESR SSE that makes it look like K-Meleon/Seamonkey? I hate Australis and CTR is a little bit too bloated.
  25. Did XP show the 2 drivers? If it does then plug in external monitor to exercise that area of hardware. See what the driver is from XP. Try and fill up your hard drive if you only have one, in case it starts to get write errors. @cov3rt might have used an earlier driver as Catalyst 4.11 has already an inf for x700, it just doesn't add up. I have found some DNA drivers https://www.guru3d.com/files-archive found in September 2004. * Added support for: -:RADEON X600 SERIES -:RADEON X800 XT -:RADEON MOBILITY 9800 -:RADEON MOBILITY X300 -:RADEON MOBILITY X600 -:RADEON MOBILITY M28 (Mx8) -:ATI FireGL D1100 -:ATI FireGL V5100 -:ATI FireGL V7100 -:ATI FireGL V7200 I tried this driver and it looks like DNA drivers did not support Win98 no matter how old they are. It has not got M26 either, it has got M22, M24 & M28. Driver version 4.14.01.9150 date 20/10/2004 for Win98 here https://www.helpjet.net/Fs-64531818-59851182-67091790-devices.html It does not have x*** series cards.
  26. Hi, I hope we get a new Build at all... Feature Requests are to much at this time... @Bigmuscle: please comment anything, that we now how long it takes - i hope you have not a private Problem. If so, i wish you the Best!
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