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  1. New build of Serpent/UXP for XP! Test binary: Win32 https://o.rthost.win/basilisk/basilisk52-g4.8.win32-git-20220108-f94c0da-uxp-34231f343-xpmod.7z Win64 https://o.rthost.win/basilisk/basilisk52-g4.8.win64-git-20220108-f94c0da-uxp-34231f343-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.rthost.win/basilisk/basilisk52-g4.8.win32-git-20220108-f94c0da-uxp-34231f343-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.rthost.win/palemoon/palemoon-28.10.4a1.win32-git-20220108-ba47fad4d-uxp-34231f343-xpmod.7z Win32 SSE https://o.rthost.win/palemoon/palemoon-28.10.4a1.win32-git-20220108-ba47fad4d-uxp-34231f343-xpmod-sse.7z Win64 https://o.rthost.win/palemoon/palemoon-28.10.4a1.win64-git-20220108-ba47fad4d-uxp-34231f343-xpmod.7z No official UXP changes picked since my last build. No official Basilisk changes picked since my last build. No official Pale-Moon changes picked since my last build. My UXP changes since my last build: - update NSS builtin certstore to Dec 2021 version from mozilla upstream. (fceddf74e) - imported changes from mozilla NSS: - Bug 1737470 - Ensure DER encoded signatures are within size limits. r=jschanck,mt,bbeurdouche,rrelyea - Bug 1735028 - check for missing signedData field r=keeler and bump patch version. (5b0d1f871) - partly import changes from tenfourfox: - #482: better bidi M1358275 M1392181 M1428774 + backbugs (e88a717ab) - M1739352 M1732572(partial) M1717318(partial) M1586061 (03ffdeadb) - M1737515 M1737470(no tests) +TLDs, tzdata (fd2b82f13) (34231f343) * Notice: From now on, UXP rev will point to `custom` branch of my UXP repo instead of now-dead MCP UXP repo, while "official UXP changes" shows only `tracking` branch changes. MCP Basilisk/Pale-Moon rev after datecode will be removed later.
    7 points
  2. New build of Serpent/UXP for XP! Test binary: Win32 https://o.rthost.win/basilisk/basilisk52-g4.8.win32-git-20220122-f94c0da-uxp-b0eda70ed-xpmod.7z Win64 https://o.rthost.win/basilisk/basilisk52-g4.8.win64-git-20220122-f94c0da-uxp-b0eda70ed-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.rthost.win/basilisk/basilisk52-g4.8.win32-git-20220122-f94c0da-uxp-b0eda70ed-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.rthost.win/palemoon/palemoon-28.10.4a1.win32-git-20220122-ba47fad4d-uxp-b0eda70ed-xpmod.7z Win32 SSE https://o.rthost.win/palemoon/palemoon-28.10.4a1.win32-git-20220122-ba47fad4d-uxp-b0eda70ed-xpmod-sse.7z Win64 https://o.rthost.win/palemoon/palemoon-28.10.4a1.win64-git-20220122-ba47fad4d-uxp-b0eda70ed-xpmod.7z Official UXP changes picked since my last build: - Bug 1740389; r=handyman, a=tjr Bug 1735071: Make Windows non-ePopupLevelTop popups respect owner z-order. r=edgar, a=tjr (7d96ee2fe) - Bug 1664149: Hold a self reference in nsDataObj. r=smaug, a=RyanVM (afc2f71d7) - Bug 1735028 - check for missing signedData field r=keeler (e3fb99406) - Bug 1743515 - Add dynamic check for valid serialized length. r=jonco, a=RyanVM (2ceec8871) - Bug 1746720 - Don't special-case <meta> refresh for XSLT. r=ckerschb,freddyb a=RyanVM (b2b02865a) - Bug 1746011 - Handle truncated ADTS stream. r=bryce, a=RyanVM (62a879b69) - Bug 1737816 - Handle truncated mp3 resources. r=bryce, a=RyanVM (258790bf3) - Bug 1741201 - Increase intermediate byte storage maximum capacity. r=janv, a=tjr (7d7c1ab08) - Bug 1650214 - Cancel progress timer when shutting down FileReader. r=asuth, a=RyanVM (b2d3ec5e9) - Bug 1737252 - [devtools] Escaping back tick signs. r=nchevobbe, a=RyanVM (5ad78a48d) - Issue #unknown, update mozglue delay-load DLL list. (164473384) No official Basilisk changes picked since my last build. No official Pale-Moon changes picked since my last build. * Notice: From now on, UXP rev will point to `custom` branch of my UXP repo instead of now-dead MCP UXP repo, while "official UXP changes" shows only `tracking` branch changes. MCP Basilisk/Pale-Moon rev after datecode will be removed later.
    5 points
  3. All right, available now! https://blog.interlinked.us/66/when-the-world-wide-web-goes-on-strike-how-do-you-fight-back https://github.com/InterLinked1/chromefill Hands are a bit tied at the moment, but might try to see what will work for New Moon as well.. for now, this unbreaks enough sites on Iron 70 that it's usable enough again.
    5 points
  4. Notice: so upstream released new version yesterday, and tracking is completed. hopefully new UXP based build will be available in this weekend.
    5 points
  5. As some folks are aware, back in Q4 of 2021, there was a massive breakage of many browsers due to some JavaScript changes that took place around then which rendered browsers that weren't the latest version of Chromium or Firefox useless on many sites. I myself have been struggling with this for some time; Iron 70 no longer works on many things and New Moon is almost the same way. Some things don't work in either, or one or the other. I eventually realized that as it was just JavaScript code on these sites that had been changed (in many cases, in libraries not directly part of the site, probably why this sprang up everywhere all in a short period of time), and that if that was the case, maybe there was a way to restore compatibility... I played around for a while this week, and at last, I have made some satisfying progress. StackOverflow and other StackExchange sites, which have been basically 70% broken (minimal functionality mode) for weeks now, finally work 100% again in Iron 70! All it took was minimal polyfill injecting before page load using a simple extension that I set up to do the trick. It looks like many of the other errors I'm seeing are caused by one other popular error. I'm going to see if that can be polyfilled in a similar way too. Right now, I'm tentatively calling it "Old Chrome Compatability"... couldn't really come up with any clever names, but that's basically the idea. Plan is to hopefully add that other thing and then open source it this week so that anybody can add it and use it. Granted, Chromium is probably less popular here than UXP browsers, maybe rightly so. Gets me to thinking, now that I know this concept works, maybe we can rig together a similar extension for Pale/New Moon. It might even be simpler there, the way it's set up. The polyfills needed for one won't necessarily apply to the other, but there'll probably be a fair bit of crossover. Any thoughts? Anyways, these id*** had their fun messing up their JavaScript to break all our stuff, but I'm taking my JavaScript back now... take that, Google...
    4 points
  6. I’ve decided to create this thread, since the amount of half working programs have became kinda crazy. Handbrake - 1.3 is the latest officially supported version. At this time the newest version work just fine, but it is no longer supported. Beamng.Drive and Rocket League - Both give "App stopped working" When you properly exit them. They function just fine, but this weird message comes up every time. Geforce experience - While you can install and open the newest 1.24 geforce experience, it no longer screen captures and many other functions stops working. 1.23 is the latest one that still work normally. VMware workstation Pro - The newest 16.2.1 version of this still functions on 8.1, but 3D acceleration has been turned off for some reason. 16.1.2 is the latest one that still functions as intended. Logitech GHUB - The latest version works if you update it through vista compatibility setting. For some users a warning saying that the driver is not digitally signed pops up, but everything still works. iTunes - See my topic on this. Onedrive - Microsoft claims that it will stop working on 1st of january 2022 Office 2019 - Somewhere on msfn I’ve seen people claiming that it can be installed. I use office 365 and it still updates to their newest version just fine. Ryzen CPUs - They work just fine. Don’t forget to manually install missing pci drivers from amd folder and usb 3.1 root hub. Use AMD’s windows 10 driver version 2.17.25.506 RTX 3000 - Unfortunately no known workaround has been found RX 6000 by amd - They seem to work. Sometimes you get weird colors on unity games. Please contribute to this list. Cheers
    4 points
  7. This thread is now locked. These types of arguments will never be resolved, and MSFN isn't the place for them, even in this section.
    4 points
  8. As @NotHereToPlayGames said, there's no way for us to answer that question for you, but here are the key differences: New Moon 28, Serpent 52, and IceApe all use the same underlying platform: UXP. The main difference is the user interface. If you've been using Firefox 52.9, Serpent will look the most similar. Serpent also supports a few features not in the others, such as "Web Extension" add-ons and a multiprocess mode. Since you have lots of RAM you may find multiprocess mode helpful. If you've been using SeaMonkey 2.49, IceApe will look the most similar. Like SeaMonkey, IceApe is actually a suite that includes both a Web browser (IceWeasel) and a mail/news reader (IceDove), so if you download IceApe, you don't need to download IceDove. New Moon 28 (and 27) have a user interface from an older version of Firefox that you may prefer. Arctic Fox, New Moon 27 and K-Meleon use an older underlying platform. The main advantage is, these browsers take less RAM/CPU, but it looks like you have plenty, so you'll probably be happier with one of the UXP browsers above. Finally, there's Serpent 55, derived from an alpha version of Firefox 53. It looks very similar to Serpent 52, supports more/newer "Web Extension" add-ons, but is less compatible with some modern Web sites. You might consider it if you need a specific add-on that requires Firefox 53.
    4 points
  9. Has anyone managed to get an AV package working with the new version installed? Panda and Avast are not happy
    4 points
  10. Fresh XP pic from Corona Lab in Ingelheim in germany on 4 January 2022^^ Dietmar
    4 points
  11. I was always told that NT4 was exceptionally tough. I'm not even sure if the approaches we use for 2000 and Vista are applicable here. I used wrappers written in C for NT4 over kernel32. But that is a very touchy subject because of the potential sources of "inspiration" for the wrapper code.
    4 points
  12. Wishing you ALL a happy New Year, may 2022 be our best year!
    4 points
  13. I hope you feel better soon. Did you read about Biotin in my posting? Why not try to find foods that could help your eyes. Remember when I said green tea ... please don't forget also and sip slowly to heal. Also tea bags under the eyes can help sooth, but won't fix health issues; of course. I also have eye trouble and now wear special glasses to correct double vision, but I don't nee them around the house as I've just gotten so used to it. I hope you all find way to enjoy this new years eve. My party days are over and I'm sober and in bed by 10 so I'm no fun anymore ... haha! Oh the memories of being in New York in the 90's ... OMG am I getting old. Some weekends I close down the joint and hardly no sleep. Those were the days - those were the days. The world has changed so much now and things aren't the way they used to be by any stretch, so I'm glad I'm not young trying to grow up in this 'new world'. I'm happy with my plants and fake fish on my end table. This new change was hard for people and I understand that. For me, that change was different, in that, I'm a hermit and a loner and have developed social phobia pretty bad over the years and people now are simply unapproachable. I'm quite social online, but very very shy in real life. Anyways... Nuff bout me. See you next year. Take good care MSFN and this forum rocks :)
    4 points
  14. Roses are red, your glasses are blue ... I don't sleep at night 'cause I'm thinking of you'.
    3 points
  15. Clean Flash Installer version 34.0.0.211 is now available at https://gitlab.com/cleanflash/installer/-/releases/. Confirmed working on Windows XP. Don't forget you need JustOff's GitHub-wc-polyfill add-on installed to access GitLab from a UXP browser; also Serpent 52 must be in single-process mode. 360EE should work without issue.
    3 points
  16. Well, if you ask me to launch a nice topic about the good things in life, here is one... It's true, that we live in dark times for humanity as a whole, but then to detoxify from all this - we'll talk only about good things in life, if you want... All subjects are welcome here, as long as they will talk about pretty and nice side of life... about hope for better times, about interesting things for people eager to learn, with beautiful photos and videos, with mood and smiles.... in freedom. So be warned that ugliness and sadness has no place here. Your preferences will be mine. First of all I would like to ask you to suggest me the pretty title of this topic... Does "Pretty Detox Posts" sound good to you?...Whoever has a better idea, please present it here, pretty please. THANK YOU! I would like to start, to make it easier for me (it's already late here...), with a nice link to bored panda website - today with the theme "50 People Having A Pretty Miserable Day (New Pics)" - 50 People Having A Pretty Miserable Day (New Pics): https://www.boredpanda.com/bad-day-accidents-fails/ - my favorite is this one: #4 For A Month, I Thought I Lost My Wedding Ring On A Cross Country Road Trip. Finally, I Gave Up Ever Seeing It Again When We Realized It Was Under My Husband's Deodorant I called gas stations, pawn shops, searched lost and found posts. by roseazomReport Not bad this one! Then for those who would like to sleep at night, this: "Sonido de Lluvia Relajante - Sin truenos y un poco Intensa para dormir #197" - Relaxing Rain Sound - No thunder and a little bit intense to sleep with:
    3 points
  17. New build of post-deprecated Serpent/moebius for XP! * Notice: This repo will not be built on regular schedule, and changes are experimental as usual. ** Current moebius patch level should be on par with 52.9, but some security patches can not be applied/ported due to source milestone differences between versions. Test binary: Win32 http://o.rthost.win/basilisk/basilisk55-win32-git-20220122-098160e04-xpmod.7z Win64 http://o.rthost.win/basilisk/basilisk55-win64-git-20220122-098160e04-xpmod.7z repo: https://github.com/roytam1/basilisk55 Repo changes: - import changes from UXP: - Bug 1740389; r=handyman, a=tjr Bug 1735071: Make Windows non-ePopupLevelTop popups respect owner z-order. r=edgar, a=tjr (39c6d13d3) - Bug 1664149: Hold a self reference in nsDataObj. r=smaug, a=RyanVM (120b884d9) - Bug 1735028 - check for missing signedData field r=keeler (298b22980) - Bug 1743515 - Add dynamic check for valid serialized length. r=jonco, a=RyanVM (49b81b9f0) - Bug 1746720 - Don't special-case <meta> refresh for XSLT. r=ckerschb,freddyb a=RyanVM (c95c05786) - Bug 1746011 - Handle truncated ADTS stream. r=bryce, a=RyanVM (1650804ee) - Bug 1737816 - Handle truncated mp3 resources. r=bryce, a=RyanVM (fb0149c9a) - Bug 1741201 - Increase intermediate byte storage maximum capacity. r=janv, a=tjr (84045e671) - Bug 1650214 - Cancel progress timer when shutting down FileReader. r=asuth, a=RyanVM (aa254c9ab) - Bug 1737252 - [devtools] Escaping back tick signs. r=nchevobbe, a=RyanVM (0abaf48c5) - Issue #unknown, update mozglue delay-load DLL list. (5148da520) (098160e04)
    3 points
  18. Probably, never looked into it. The author of the program presumably put it there because bad actors apparently love trying to use his program as the vessel for bad stuff. Yup, it's not saved anywhere. I may take a look next weekend.
    3 points
  19. As you can see in my screenshot, I use ηMatrix in combination with uBlock-for-firefox-legacy. ηMatrix has some learning curve however, but has more fine-grained control than NoScript. (offtopic) Thanks for your Ffmpeg builds for XP!
    3 points
  20. ah yeah that is Palememe drama where Tobin decided to block Noscript for some personal reason. Noscript is fine. Reason it "breaks sites" is because it block JavaScript by default. Absolutely ridiculous reason to hard block it. Overall addon blocking is stupid idea, you give someone else control over what addons are ok and what are not. Go to settings>security and set addon security off. I wonder why@roytam1 left it on build since it keep pinging palememe servers. Could it be removed on future builds?
    3 points
  21. I recently got the latest version of Python 3.6, Python 3.6.15 working on Windows XP SP3. Since Python 3.4 is the latest official version for XP, this allows the use of many more Python programs like YouTube-DLP. You can get WinXP_Python-3.6.15 on my website.
    3 points
  22. You certainly would have gotten a warning for 7a had this post got reported. This isn't a free-for-all section, we will have no issue with shutting this thread if things get too carried away.
    3 points
  23. New build of post-deprecated Serpent/moebius for XP! * Notice: This repo will not be built on regular schedule, and changes are experimental as usual. ** Current moebius patch level should be on par with 52.9, but some security patches can not be applied/ported due to source milestone differences between versions. Test binary: Win32 http://o.rthost.win/basilisk/basilisk55-win32-git-20220108-761e41420-xpmod.7z Win64 http://o.rthost.win/basilisk/basilisk55-win64-git-20220108-761e41420-xpmod.7z repo: https://github.com/roytam1/basilisk55 Repo changes: - update NSS builtin certstore to Dec 2021 version from mozilla upstream. (ec0312ba5) - imported changes from mozilla NSS: - Bug 1737470 - Ensure DER encoded signatures are within size limits. r=jschanck,mt,bbeurdouche,rrelyea - Bug 1735028 - check for missing signedData field r=keeler and bump patch version. (d681a765e) - partly import changes from tenfourfox: - #482: better bidi M1358275 M1392181 M1428774 + backbugs (e88a717ab) - M1739352 M1732572(partial) M1730120 M1738237 M1737009 M1717318(partial) M1586061 (03ffdeadb) - M1737515 M1737470(no tests) +TLDs, HSTS, tzdata (fd2b82f13) (761e41420)
    3 points
  24. Reminds me of a story from my college days. One of my best friends' parents had a lake cottage we would have lake parties at during the summer. We're all sitting around and one of the guys starts screaming like a little girl and wailing his arms about trying to scare away a couple of bees. We all tell him to STOP wailing his arms about because that will do nothing but rile them up and CAUSE him to get stung. He continues crying like a little girl and wailing his arms until the bees fly away. We're making fun of him for crying like a little girl and he's just making excuse after excuse of him being "allergic" to bees. We keep telling him that is all the MORE REASON to SIT STILL and not to RILE THEM UP. A half an hour or so passes and I go to pick up my can of soda and drink from it. I dang near swallow three bees and I calmly spit out my soda and all three bees along with it. The little girl starts touting "I told you so's" and claiming he made his point, that we should be careful when bees are around because I almost just swallowed three of them. I turn to him, No, you're missing the bigger picture, I just made my point, I was calm and didn't start jumping up and down and wailing about, and guess what, I DIDN'T GET STUNG!
    3 points
  25. There shouldn't be any SSE or even IA32 builds for Win64 as all x64 CPUs since the first Athlon 64 support SSE2 or even higher. Remind: SSE2 support by Intel AND AMD CPUs is available since 2003, all x86_64 CPUs have it! kind regards soggi
    3 points
  26. I think the task is very difficult, even junior600 I cannot communicate with him, he has not opened his account for a year or more. I will ask BWC when I am free and have time to work on this project. Thank you any way.
    3 points
  27. OT: ...This isn't probably the right place to post this, but since I am/was most active in these threads, here comes my bad news: My cherished Toshiba laptop from 2009, that came with Vista OEM 32-bit originally, has died on me a little more than two hours ago... No previous signs of an impending doom, I was merely browsing (in 360EEv11) when the screen just started flickering on a frozen frame, just out of the blue, and I had to disconnect power to forcibly shut it down... After I put the power back in, the laptop simply won't start anymore, the screen remains permanently black, I can feel some disk activity by touching the laptop, but just that... Sadly, I'm completely clueless when it comes to H/W, can be anything from a dead integrated GPU, a dead CPU or something else (the HDD was in good condition, AFAIAA, replaced last in 2017... Of importance to me is 12 year-worth e-mails contained in Windows Mail, and a ton of other valuable things contained in the internal HDD (I don't have recent back-ups of...) This is me posting from sister's Win7 x64 laptop, via a portable Serpent 52 profile I carry on an external HDD... To add insult to injury, I painfully discovered that "portable" 360EE profiles do not carry with them saved cookies/account credentials for sites, unlike Mozilla browsers... Needless to say I feel very distressed now, this is still the Holidays period during an omicron exponential surge, PC repair shops are mostly closed/half-working... I'll probably have the laptop evaluated by a technician during the coming days, I don't hold high hopes for it to be brought back to life (and at what cost?), all I can hope for is that the HDD is OK and salvageable... This was just a "to let you know" post, 2022 apparently only brought havoc to me thus far... Yes, cr*p like this happens, but now that it has, I'm a total wreck inside... I wish all the best to you, despite...
    3 points
  28. I also had to ditch several Firefox extensions that I was accustomed to. I've never really been a fan of Chromium until 360Chrome came along.
    3 points
  29. I've been seeing this Wayback problem for at least 4 years now. It seems to affect many (most/all?) MS KB pages that were crawled from 2016 onward. I never had much luck with this method, since for me the page load takes several seconds after clicking Stop to take effect. So I must stop it before the page is shown and it was very hard to get the timing right on something I can't see yet and am not sure exactly how long it will take on any given attempt. What I did notice is that over the years MS has changed the format of URLs for their KB pages, and usually the older version of the URLs was from a time before this wayback problem. So fortunately for this particular update there is actually an older crawl with the different format of URL that works, even from SeaMonkey 2.49.2 on XP: http://web.archive.org/web/20150602151315/https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/898461 (notice the /en-us/kb/ part, these are usually the better formatted crawls) Sadly for other updates there isn't always an older crawl that will work, and sometimes I am stuck with having to view page source and poke through the HTML tags to find the unformatted content (which is generally still present although not rendered correctly/at all).
    3 points
  30. It has been done. The delay functionality is working. Works on Vista and 7 (and probably 8, 8.1 as well). This Snipping Tool is from Windows 10 1507 (the RTM release). The SHA-256 hash of the original SnippingTool.EXE is "fccf231e0e4437baba86f64752e13562c9a2aa2d699a8dae7fafc85b48da4aa8" Porting requires 2 hex edits: one to change the NT version from 10.0 to 6.0 in order to trick Windows into running it, and the second to bypass some licensing/permission check that Microsoft put in. Dunno if it's fine to distribute the .EXE here (probably not), hence why I only include instructions. These instructions ONLY WORK FOR x64 Snipping Tool. If there is a big demand I can also work out how to do it for the 32-bit Snipping Tool as well. 1. Obtain Windows 10 1507 RTM x64 ISO, open with 7-Zip, then open sources\install.wim with 7-zip 2. Go to Windows\system32 and drag SnippingTool.exe to desktop (or some other location) 3. Next to SnippingTool.exe, make a folder called "en-US" (or whatever your language code) 4. From your 7-zip window, go to Windows\system32\en-US (or whatever your language code) and drag SnippingTool.exe.mui into the "en-US" folder you made in step 3 5. Open SnippingTool.exe in HxD or some other hex editor 6. At offset 0x120, change "0A 00 00 00 0A 00 00 00 0A 00 00 00" to "06 00 00 00 06 00 00 00 06 00 00 00" 7. At offset 0x1D19C, change "40 55 41 54 41 55" to "B8 01 00 00 00 C3" 8. Save file and exit hex editor At this point, you can simply open the edited SnippingTool.exe and get the Windows 10 snipping tool as pictured. You may also replace the Windows Vista/7 stock snipping tool with this one if you desire. For reference, the SHA-256 hash of the modified SnippingTool.exe is supposed to be "63512a76fca158eaa48e5f3c9edbe5cec37578d992ec4b0525205b1d5df279df" "It runs but only displays an error box with no text!" This is caused by incorrect MUI file, or incorrect placement of the MUI file. As in picture, en-US folder should be next to SnippingTool.exe, and SnippingTool.exe.mui should be inside that folder. And keep in mind, everywhere I say "en-US", this means the language code used by your system. For example, ja-JP or fr-FR for Japanese and French respectively.
    3 points
  31. New NewMoon 27 Build! 32bit https://o.rthost.win/palemoon/palemoon-27.10.0.win32-git-20220101-cbefc77b3-xpmod.7z 32bit SSE https://o.rthost.win/palemoon/palemoon-27.10.0.win32-git-20220101-cbefc77b3-xpmod-sse.7z 32bit noSSE https://o.rthost.win/palemoon/palemoon-27.10.0.win32-git-20220101-cbefc77b3-xpmod-ia32.7z 64bit https://o.rthost.win/palemoon/palemoon-27.10.0.win64-git-20220101-cbefc77b3-xpmod.7z source repo: https://github.com/roytam1/palemoon27 repo changes since my last build: - imported changes from mozilla NSS: - Bug 1737470 - Ensure DER encoded signatures are within size limits. r=jschanck,mt,bbeurdouche,rrelyea - Bug 1735028 - check for missing signedData field r=keeler and bump patch version. (c0d865e51) - partly import changes from `dev' branch of rmottola/Arctic-Fox: - Bug 1172080 - Part 2: Use ^ instead of ! to delimit originAttributes from the URI in nsIPrincipal.origin, r=bholley (929ef38df) (23896f6de) - import changes from `dev' branch of rmottola/Arctic-Fox: - Bug 967494 - "Preference Composition/Spelling/Language is ignored, and changing spellcheck language in one composition window affects all open and new compositions" [r=ehsan] Bug 1157421 - Fix typo "suggesteed". r=ehsan (d48b61df9) - namespaces (c9e3edbf1) - Bug 1167409 - 3/4 - Change ScriptLoadRequeest::mLoading to mProgress. r=jandem (34377ba15) - Bug 1104732 - having deferred scripts shouldn't cause async scripts to delay domcontentloaded, r?smaug (f6b3a5ad9) - Bug 1138395 - Optimize nsDocument::mExpandoAndGeneration.expando out from the cc graphs when possible, r=mccr8 (d944130ab) - Bug 874838 - Make CreateElem return Element. r=khuey (ac65a35cf) - Bug 1194619 - fix comment r=dholbert (017a488a2) - Bug 1137494 - Change the type given to type validation check. r=jgilbert (05885cc7c) - Bug 1106138 - Remove the early unpremultiply in WebGLContext::SurfaceFromElementResultToImageSurface, and let the texel conversion code handle it instead. r=jgilbert (b8010b16b) - Bug 1185815 - Hoist generation increment. r=jgilbert (f6a276b5e) - Bug 1175931 - TexImageFromVideoElement uses GL_HALF_FLOAT if it does not support GL_HALF_FLOAT_OES which would be the case on non-ANGLE systems. Using GL_HALF_FLOAT_OES on a non OES system would result in an error when using TexImage2D. r=jgilbert (d692281f1) - Bug 1184534 - Add support for target size retrieval to GLX backend. r=jgilbert (0e5ba1f8e) - bug 1174705 - add GLContext::GetDefaultFramebuffer. r=jgilbert (99c0e70aa) - Bug 1179935, introduce complex viewport projections to Compositor, remove PrepareViewport; r=mstange (1753d65d3) - Bug 1184534 - Fetch viewport size from context in CompositorOGL, discard if changed during composition. r=nical (4f57bc4ed) - Bug 1187440 - Implement GLX shared surfaces on the OpenGL compositor. r=jgilbert,nical (4844e96ce) - Bug 1033375 - Nudge simple linear gradients with hard stops to half-pixel gradient. r=nical (331ddd4fa) - Bug 1185636 - Remove hard stop workaround for Cairo due to regressions. r=jrmuizel (ccefe7abc) - Bug 1177807 - Mark cairo surface dirty in ReleaseBits. r=jrmuizel (ae9d508b9) - Bug 1170390 - Detect 16bpp cairo xlib surface format. r=jrmuizel (25857ae30) - Bug 1019063 - Check for ::CreateDCW failing when printing. r=dvander (7f54ba8d2) - Bug 1170390 - Add gfxASurface::GetSurfaceFormat for retrieving precise surface format where necessary. r=jrmuizel (f70d11b29) - Bug 1155626 - Don't assume that Factory::GetD2D1Device returns a non-null device and add some gfxCriticalLog. r=Bas (0c896a368) - Bug 1182209 - Additional info with some critical errors. r=mchang CLOSED TREE (f4841baec) (e8f234939) - import changes from `dev' branch of rmottola/Arctic-Fox: - Bug 1185636 - Part 2 - Add some utility methods to Point and Size. r=jmuizelaar (67d447379) - Bug 1185636 - Part 4 - Implement CSS border corners by splitting geometry instead of gradients with hard stops. r=mstange (e8e35023e) - Bug 1185636 - add test for border-radius splits. r=jmuizelaar, r=mstange (091f0dae3) - Bug 1185636 - Part 5 - fuzz some reftests to compensate for new border rendering approach. r=mstange (10412c6b0) - Bug 1156536 - "BaseMargin<T>::Side casts enum SideT to T and adds to pointer". r=jmuizelaar (d9e7b2538) - Bug 1172964 - Fix iteration bug in CopyBGRXSurfaceDataToPackedBGRArray. r=jrmuizel (27199b35c) - Bug 1144147 - Warning fix in DrawTargetCairo.cpp. r=jrmuizel (a98227330) - Bug 1171454 - Workaround for Cairo's source operator with alpha handling. r=jrmuizel (827bdd5f0) - Bug 1169370 - Mark tree Cairo surface dirty after borrow. r=jrmuizel (69002f555) - Bug 1151145 - Add assertions to detect unbalanced calls to CGContextSaveGState / CGContextRestoreGState. r=jrmuizel (9f7d5d6e0) - Bug 1160335. Make DrawTargetCG's transform handling better. r=mstange (30429334d) - Bug 1169126 - Part 1: Make DrawTargetCG::CopySurface able to handle all SourceSurface types. r=gw280 (afbbd895f) - Bug 1169126 - Part 2: Add webgl reftest for captureStream(). r=jgilbert (2b980e81e) - Bug 1169126 - Part 3: Add canvas 2d reftest for captureStream(). r=gw280 (a6be999ce) - Bug 1175286. Remove unnecessary CGContextSave/Restore pair from ClearRect. (2f07cd4b0) - Bug 1151145 - Make sure we don't call CGContextSaveGState without calling CGContextRestoreGState in DrawTargetCG::StrokeRect. r=jrmuizel (c301b1834) - Bug 1153609: Push layers for cleartype when trying to draw cleartype glyphs to a transparent layer. r=jrmuizel (8c7d7aead) - Bug 1178816 - Fix a crash when DrawTargetD2D1 fails to initialize. r=milan (5e08c929a) - Bug 1169039 - Check for NULL in every function that uses CreateEffect(). r=mstange (791a77faa) - Bug 1168189 - Force D2D1 CopySurface to use DrawBitmap like D2D. r=bas (b14307c05) - Bug 1161642 - Utilize primitive blends where available for faster blending on D2D 1.1. r=bas (26dbe0886) - Bug 1130195: Don't immediately crash if we can't allocate image. Carry r=bas (a4f6dd644) - Bug 1160070 - Used BitmapBrush instead of ImageBrush when no sampling bounds. r=bas (fc0bb0683) - Bug 1166585 - Check for CreateFilter() call returning NULL. r=mstange (35fadc74f) - Bug 1168427 - Add a PostScale method to Moz2D's Matrix class. r=Bas (e40fe2f6b) - add missing namespace (c696ec9e3) - Bug 1097464 - Part 1 - Remove Z value from 3D transforms for D3D9. r=roc,matt.woodrow (10a7691bd) - Bug 1097464 - Part 2 - Snap translation for 3d transforms. r=roc (0c0078960) - Bug 1151617 - Add some basic reftests for async scrollbar positioning on B2G and Linux w/APZ. r=tn,botond (d17187621) (3ab112ba1) - import changes from `dev' branch of rmottola/Arctic-Fox: - Bug 1151617 - Add async-zooming tests for async scrollbar positioning. r=tn,botond (b05201e85) - Bug 1161206 - Add a scrolling test with native mousewheel event synthesization. r=mstange (1f4ee0121) - Bug 1161634 - Enable the test_wheel_scroll on Linux as well. r=mstange (64a23bacb) - Bug 1164218 - Enable some guinea pig tests to run in chaos mode. r=botond (b05caafa5) - Bug 1186004 - Split the asyncPanZoom reftest sandbox condition into asyncPan and asyncZoom. r=mstange (3ec461116) - Bug 1097464 - Part 3 - Fix and add reftests. r=roc (6d67df3fb) - Bug 1097464 - Part 4: Fix preserve3d wording for layer flags. r=roc (d18108671) - Bug 1172239. Expand height change hint to its components. r=heycam (04454fa9c) - Bug 1172239. Make vertically-resizing scrollframes reflow their percent-height descendants if necessary, and remove nsChangeHint_NeedDirtyReflow for height changes. r=bz (fe20fb8aa) - Bug 1172239. Use nsChangeHint_UpdateComputedBSize to only dirty intrinsic sizes when necessary. r=bz (7d6adafb1) - Bug 1179078 - Recover from parse errors inside image values in border-image properly. r=dholbert (874c593d8) - Bug 1190635. Don't early-return for an mHeight change, since width changes can add extra change hints. r=heycam (2dd5b9271) - Bug 1179288. Make position:fixed induce a stacking context. r=heycam (99d01e332) - Bug 1172239. Add NS_FRAME_DESCENDANT_INTRINSIC_ISIZE_DEPENDS_ON_BSIZE#. r=bz (22fb22820) - Bug 1172239. Ensure nested overflow:auto elements are tested. r=bz (049347625) - namespaces (737dff870) - Bug 1174510 - Fix fallback from cursor formats that we don't support or that fail to decode to other cursor files. r=seth (34fb64864) - Bug 1202029 - Use the containing block for determining perspective for transformed elements. r=dbaron (3bd60a8a9) - Bug 1097464 - Part 5: Fix preserve3d wording for nsIFrame. r=roc (5e5457f02) - cleanup (6306774fc) - Bug 1138895 - Use proper origin for CSP fast path cache. r=geekboy (394c64963) - Bug 1175122 - Add more assertions to the in-tree content policy implementations to ensure that they receive external content policy types; r=baku (37021992d) - Bug 1177651 - Add areas covered by MozMousePixelScroll listeners to the dispatch-to-content region. r=dvander (6f68653fd) - Bug 1205466, make HasApzAwareListeners check faster, r=masayuki (8ccb3cfe2) - Bug 1191539 - DisplayPort should ForceInside frameRect to match compositor DisplayPort. r=kats (fb95b17f4) - attempt to fix misspatch (31dc4dcb4) - Bug 1182551 - Don't set STATE_IS_BROKEN on HTTP pages when mixed content is allowed by default. r=smaug (7e0a5e6fa) (7b4edb5ee) - import changes from `dev' branch of rmottola/Arctic-Fox: - Bug 1181920. Persist XUL attributes off a scriptrunner. r=peterv (4b29b8efa) - Bug 1156100 - Mark XULDocument::CachedChromeStreamListener::mDocument as an nsRefPtr; r=baku (0a5b7bd5b) - Bug 1168823 - Repair XML syntax highlighting. r=jst (83fd915e3) - Bug 1157059 - Avoid calling AddRef on the pointer enclosed in an nsCOMPtr in nsBindingManager::DoProcessAttachedQueue(); r=baku (6e13d9beb) - Bug 1177816 - Dump a message when the service worker for test_request_context receives an unexpected context value; r=baku (b44d39184) - Bug 1168903 part 1: Give nsSMILValue a move constructor & move reassignment operator. r=birtles (ba7ee0bed) - Bug 1168903 part 2: Use Move() instead of nsSMILValue::Swap() to populate outparams from temp variables in SMIL functions. r=birtles (a4858c958) - Bug 1180048 - Switch warning about having a zero length axis to a LAYOUT_WARNING. r=dholbert (19d405908) - Bug 1175289 - Part 1: Add LAYOUT_WARNING. r=mats (fd4d1bdd9) - Bug 1175289 - Part 2: Disable "Subdocument container has no frame" warning by default. r=mats (8ce582bf5) (de52ef406) - import changes from `dev' branch of rmottola/Arctic-Fox: - Bug 1178664 - Part 1 - Make Animation interface EventTarget inheritance. r=smaug (0ea50ab93) - Bug 1178664 - Part 2 - webidl for AnimationPlaybackEvent. r=smaug (3a5d86f40) - Bug 1150808 - Implement Animation.reverse(). r=smaug r=birtles (9ce9fc4db) - Bug 1178664 - Part 3 - Implement Animation.onfinish event. r=bbirtles, r=smaug (9139c4227) - Bug 1178664 - Part 4 -Implement Animation.oncancel event. r=bbirtles, r=smaug (415b068e6) - Bug 1175751 - Apply playback rate to compositor animations. r=bbirtles (0ffd9cb90) - Bug 1181905 - Animation::IsPlaying should check playbackRate != 0 to stop playing on compositor animation. r=bbirtles (e3a2fd2f4) - Bug 1208385 part 0 - Fix up some references to Web Animations spec; r=heycam (fca9626d4) - Bug 1203009 part 1 - Rename sequence number to animation index; r=heycam (cd7dc513f) - Bug 1203009 part 2 - Remove {CSSAnimation,CSSTransition}::OwningElement() getter; r=heycam (4f49c63b1) - Bug 1203009 part 3 - Add mNeedsNewAnimationIndexWhenRun flag to CSSAnimation and CSSTransition; r=heycam (73a45b5a7) - Bug 1195523: Use type-safe LinkedList instead of PRCList to manage AnimationCollection objects. r=birtles (35b233981) - Bug 1194037 part 1 - Make nsAutoAnimationMutationBatch batch multiple elements at once; r=smaug (83f808043) - Bug 1194037 part 2 - Make WillRefresh no longer call FlushAnimations; r=dholbert (449b0fbd5) - Bug 1194037 part 3 - Add Animation::HasEndEventToQueue(); r=dholbert (b1ddc33d3) - Bug 1203009 part 4 - Implement new composite ordering; r=heycam (4c571e608) - Bug 1203009 part 5 - Remove IsUsingCustomCompositeOrder; r=heycam (242d0142c) - Bug 1203009 part 6 - Add tests for new composite order; r=heycam (5f8711177) (cbefc77b3)
    3 points
  32. Happy New Year 2022 to you too, @Skorpios! And to you ALL members, to our Patron @bphlpt, Super Moderator @Dave-H, Supervisor @Tripredacus, All MSFN Team! Let's celebrate with cider and champagne!
    3 points
  33. @Dave-H Do you happen to use a proxy for HTTPS? If so, add its certificate to your new browsers. Or change the browser proxy setting to "no proxy" instead of auto/system proxy.
    3 points
  34. Happy new year to you and D.Draker too, and I hope also it becomes the best year!
    3 points
  35. Happy New Year and all wishes to come true ! See ya in 2022 !
    3 points
  36. True. Old stuff does not mean it is bad. And old stuff can still be very useful. In particular, windows xp is STILL a relatively lightweight and an useful OS.
    3 points
  37. Thank you so much for this tutorial, TSNH. It's very useful to me.
    2 points
  38. https://greasyfork.org/en/scripts/438991-download-extension-from-chrome-web-store "Script meant for Ungoogled Chromium, but may be used with any browser to directly download Chrome Extensions from Chrome Web Store. It adds a floating button in the bottom right corner which let's you download an extension directly."
    2 points
  39. This thread is a little bit confusing especially for people looking for help. So I have made a little guide with all tips and steps which have to be performed and are working for me. Of course at your own risk without any guarantee! And just to clarify: I am not the author or contributor of these patches and tools. I am a user and have examined my problems while restoring MU. This little guide is the result of my examinations to help other users. Of course I did some modifications due to the fact that some patches don't work properly or something is missing. If you want improvements of these tools and patches please contact the authors! Complete guide for restoring Microsoft Update in IE - Check BIOS and Windows date and time incl. correct time zone. Perform a time sync! - If you have used "WSUS server" in combination with "WUMT" in the past remove it completely by "Remove_wsus.cmd". This batch file does not work properly, so you have to remove this registry key manually: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft\Windows\WindowsUpdate. You can let "Remove_wsus.cmd" perform this by adding following line (without quotes): "reg delete "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft\Windows\WindowsUpdate" /f". Start Automatic Update service. In system panel Automatic Update may not be shown greyed out. - Configure Internet Explorer. Internet Zone to standard, Trusted Zone to high with only these three urls related to MU: http://www.update.microsoft.com, https://www.update.microsoft.com and http://update.microsoft.com. Disable in IE settings "Check for server certificate revocation". - Install these four updates KB4467770, KB4019276, KB4493435, KB94228-V3. - Apply if necessary "PosReady.reg". - Apply "Tls 1.2.reg". - Execute "rootsupd.exe". - Install "Restore_WU_XP_2003". Here you have to check if "install.cmd" did its job properly i.e. all commands in "install.cmd" have to be performed properly. Check the correct version of "wuaueng.dll" in both folder system32 and system32\dllcache. Check if all registry entries have been added. - Install "ProxHTTPSProxy". Here you have to edit the config file "config.ini". Under section [SSL No-Verify] I added fe2.update.microsoft.com and deleted update.microsoft.com under sections [SSL Pass-Thru] and [BYPASS URL]. This is working for me. - Use "CAupdater" or "Certificate Updater 1.6" to update your root certificates. - If on MU web page error codes appear rename the windows folder "SoftwareDistribution" to "SoftwareDistribution.old" and let MU generate a fresh one. Maybe you have to disable a "HTTPS scanning" feature of your security software temporarily or make exclusions for MU related sites. - Do not use the same "DataStore.edb" in "SoftwareDistribution" for WSUS server/WUMT and MU web version. I have two DataStore.edb files, one for WSUS server and one for MU. One for all doesn't work in my system. - Use only http-links to open MU in IE. Direct link is http://fe2.update.microsoft.com/microsoftupdate/v6/default.aspx?ln=en (English version). - MU is only working if ProxHTTPSProxy is enabled. I did all these steps and for me MU is working flawlessly. For testing I attach my working config.ini of ProxHTTPSProxy. For detailed instructions and files perform a search in this thread and enjoy the screenshots we all have uploaded! Greetings from Germany config.ini
    2 points
  40. @to all I would like to give some advice to all MSFN members regarding trackers. I would advise you to put a list in UBO dedicated for blocking CNAME trackers: https://raw.githubusercontent.com/AdguardTeam/cname-trackers/master/combined_disguised_trackers.txt Which unfortunately are not stopped even by the latest versions of browsers. https://github.com/AdguardTeam/cname-trackers
    2 points
  41. Hi .. I was under the impression that most proxies are compromised, but not sure. The only 1 I still (sort of) trust is https://kproxy.com/ Hope we can find some good ones left.
    2 points
  42. Yep, we got it figured out. As for your learning curve, I only use five extensions and three of them can fix Digital Spy fonts all by itself. 1) Easiest -- NoScript -- block fonts on gstatic.com 2) Medium difficulty -- Stylus -- unset body font-family 3) Hardest -- Tampermonkey -- replace "libre franklin" font-family with any font of your preference
    2 points
  43. Good news : you won't die . Just rest more and eat LESS salt . Exersize (not heavily) to create blood flow . It's your NECK !! Bad blood flow . High pressure . Need to relax .
    2 points
  44. Jeez , they won't let me in . "Security" freaks.
    2 points
  45. you can just download the newest firefox installer and right click on it then on extract (winrar or 7zip is required)
    2 points
  46. Your welcome. I also like to keep my old stuff (even if it is not functional anymore), it is kind of sad to me that some people just trash away stuff because it is old. A while ago, a friend I have, threw away a PC just because it had XP on it (a black hole just grew in my stomach when I received the message ). Also, I sent you a PM regarding your printer with a possible solution.
    2 points
  47. "What Are You Listening To?" Yes I'm listening to my wife! Sure to other things too like blues ... and to the screeching of tires: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CAkJyUE0fIA ... and to the screaming of other people in distress: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IFxZoAp0T-0 ...during Funny and Weird Weather: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zoXM00Soj8U
    2 points
  48. For all who are interested in an independent Update Root Certificates and revoked certificates, I want to offer a small downloader and updater (available now) without version confusion. Download Download 2 Archive Password: S4QH5TIefi7m9n1XLyTIZ3V5hSv4se1XB6jJZpH5TfB6vkJ8hfRxU7DWB2p Eliminates misspellings, change from "Continue updating?" to "Do you want to update certificates?" thanks @hmuellers update 10/05/2018 Version 1.6 Corrected several bugs, optimized the program, improved some features, an additional function implemented and download URL's updated. update 09/29/2018 Version 1.5 Corrected several bugs, optimized the program and improved some features. update 09/25/2018 Version 1.4 Various features implemented so that no obsolete sst files are installed. It is now possible to use additional download sources for existing download sources (up to 5), one another download source has already been added. Further information can be found in the file "Info Version 1.4.txt". update 06/29/2018 Version 1.3 Added feature, more information in "Info Version 1.3.txt" in the download. update 02/16/2016 Version 1.2 Due Country-specific formats of date display, partly the creation date of sst files was not correctly displayed. update 12/18/2015 Version 1.1 The creation date of the downloaded sst files appears.
    2 points

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