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  1. Dear Jody, and I mean this in a genuine way , you of all people shouldn't come back with the very same queries, because it was I who answered your similar queries in the not so distant past... What it all comes down to is: 1. do you have a grasp of what open source code is? 2. do you have a grasp of what a forked open-source code repo is? 3. do you have a grasp of what a platform and an application built on it is? If not, any answer you'll get from me won't make much sense to you, and I'm sorry to say that there's no simplistic yes/no answer to your re-iterated queries above... MCP maintain the official UXP application platform, its repo is hosted below in: https://repo.palemoon.org/MoonchildProductions/UXP/ There are several branches in that repo, main ones being master and release MCP maintain the official Pale Moon browser application, its repo is hosted in: https://repo.palemoon.org/MoonchildProductions/Pale-Moon/ Again, the two more important branches in that tree are master and release The official Pale Moon releases are being issued at least once a month, compiled from code from the UXP release platform branch and PM release application branch. Likewise, Basilisk-Dev maintains the official Basilisk browser application, its repo hosted in: https://repo.palemoon.org/Basilisk-Dev/Basilisk/ Two branches of note there, too; master and release The official Basilisk releases are being issued monthly, or as the dev's time permits, compiled from code from the UXP release platform branch (by MCP) and the Bk release application branch. OTOH, roytam1 maintains a somewhat different development scheme; he maintains a code "smorgasbord" below: https://github.com/roytam1/UXP This is a fork of the official UXP platform repo (see above); the tracking branch of that repo follows more closely the master branch of the official UXP platform (see above); the forked UXP repo, by now, is different to the original one in various ways, one of which is in restoring WinXP+Vista support (which also entails several lib differences, like in ffvpx), another one is keeping Mozilla features MCP have dumped long ago (e.g. Web Extensions, Tab Containers, half-baked e10s code, EME, e.a); also, the NSS lib in "our" browsers is somewhat different to the one MCP maintain; that is why profiles between the official apps and roytam1 apps aren't 100% interchangeable... The UXP repo by roytam1 also encompasses application-specific code, ported from the official PM master branch and the official Bk master branch, again chosen selectively (i.e. not all Pale Moon features end up in NM28, not all Bk features end up in St52, but most do). The custom branch of roytam1's UXP repo holds the code snapshots that get compiled weekly to produce the NM28 and St52 releases; if you're still following: It's difficult to directly compare the official releases to the roytam1 ones, because the first follow a different code development scheme + release schedules, but indeed all the vital code parts (features, bug/security fixes, etc) from the former find their way to the latter, sooner or later... As a rule, based on what I detailed above, the "latest NM28 release" should contain all the "applicable" platform/app code found in the last PM release, and then some (i.e. code in the official master branches authored after the release was cut) ; likewise, the "latest St52 release" should contain all the "applicable" platform/app code found in the last Bk release, and then some (i.e. code in the official master branches committed after the release was cut - on that note, it's sad that Basilisk-Dev has admitted elsewhere that he's withholding on purpose to publish Bk code in its master branch until "the very last moment", so that "we" here be incapable of using it "ahead of time"...). The only exception to the above is when "upstream" collectively (MCP/Basilisk-Dev) make a "mid-week release"; in that case, the builds released by roytam1 on the Saturday that immediately follows those mid-week upstream releases will have "caught up with them", so to speak... Jody and others, please bookmark this post and revisit it as needed, so that I don't get asked the same things again and again - and no, one "can't have one's cake and eat it, too"; if one wants to keep using "these" browsers, one must also "keep in touch" with how things are developing "here" ; the issue of "precious personal time" has come up many a times in the past, but be sure I'm just a volunteer here, my personal time is as precious (to me) as is yours... PS: Changelogs are NOT confusing, if one ever made a simple effort to understand what they do represent; they're made of git-commits between the previous and the current release, often times they're identical to the "upstream" commits they were ported from; so one can easily verify how far ahead of (or behind of or different to) the upstream code the current release happens to be...
    10 points
  2. FWIW, there's nothing "standard" about NM27 here ; to add to what Mathwiz has posted: "Pale Moon" is an upstream browser application, which has a GUI from the pre-Australis Fx era; also, members here must understand the distinction between platform and application (Mozilla are the ones to blame for this confusion, because they had equated the Mozilla platform, not used solely by Fx, to their main browser, Firefox) ... When PM was at its major version 27 (did not support XP, Vista support was rudimentary), the platform it was built on was called Tycho, a fork of the Mozilla ESR 38 platform - the browser engine of PM27 was called Goanna version 3. The roytam1 fork derived from PM27 was/is New Moon 27 (NM27) ; as the web became more-and-more Googl-ised , PM27/Tycho started being crippled at loading many popular sites, so "upstream" (MCP) abandoned the Tycho platform and moved on, first to UXP Take 1 (aka Moebius), forked from a Mozilla 53.0a1 platform snapshot, and soon after to UXP Take 2 (just UXP now), forked from Mozilla ESR 52[.6] platform; PM27 became PM28; Pale Moon is currently at v33.0, but it's still built on UXP; both the paltform (UXP) and the browser application (PM) are being developed independently from Mozilla/Firefox... When upstream (MCP) abandoned Tycho (and PM27), roytam1 chose to keep his forked platform and browser (NM27) for the sake of Win2k/XP users on very old H/W, that doesn't support the SSE2+ instruction set ; as of this writing, NM27 and its browser engine, Goanna 3, is being "updated" based on a new "upstream", the developer (rmottola) behind the Artic-Fox project; this project aims to develop a (semi-)usable browser on old Macs, unsupported by Apple and the mainstream browser vendors; the project strives to "uplift" the browser from a Mozilla 38 platform snapshot (like in PM27/Tycho) to more recent versions, hence the large number of weekly updates (there's a lot of catching-up to do when you're still at a Fx mid-40s level) ... Also, Arctic-Fox isn't New Moon 27, hence several bugs that plague the latter are being reported by (the few?) NM27 users... To put it bluntly, I have now no need for this fork, because its web-compatibility is severely impaired in 2024; in addition to that, Roy is publishing SSE-compatible builds of NM28+St52, so if your old H/W can cope, it's advisable you use these instead of NM27... NM27 has inherited from PM27 a "status-4-ever" internal component, but as the platform is being updated by rmottola to Fx43+, this component has been partially BROKEN, breaking with it several download-related functions/extensions/userstyles/userscripts etc.; I have kept, for archival purposes, a NM27 build from 20220812, which seems to be the last with no such issues... As for NM28 (and St52), this is being updated mostly by backporting MCP code, especially in the platform aspect of it, and occasionally PM-specific (and Bk-specific) code is also being backported; and don't let the appVersion (28) confuse you ; Roy, for reasons he has explained in the past, decided to "freeze" the major version at 28, but latest NM28 embeds platform code to be found even in the latest PM33 "official" release ...
    9 points
  3. BTW, is it not rather the case that the legacy version of Adblock Plus is much older than the legacy version of uBlock Origin? I had a look at GitHub. The last version there is 2.9.1 from June 2017. Same version in the CAA. And its repository has been archived by the owner on Jan 26, 2024 https://github.com/adblockplus/adblockplus-legacy/tags. It is now read-only. I can't find any more recent version right away. And Adblock Latitude in version 5.0.9 is from May 2022 which I tried a very short time in the past. Very resource-hungry and not recommendable. So far as New Moon or other UXP browsers are concerned, Adblock Plus and its forks are not really an interesting alternative to uBlock Origin. And even the last webextension of Adblock Plus for Serpent in version 3.12 is from May 2022. Same problem with the webextension Adblocker Ultimate. The version 3.7.12, which is the last compatible version with Serpent, is from Oktober 2021.
    8 points
  4. Just to quickly report that I've now had a go with Supermium on Windows XP 32 bit, and it seems to work very well! Early days of course, but it looks very hopeful.
    7 points
  5. New build of Serpent/UXP for XP! Test binary: Win32 https://o.rthost.win/basilisk/basilisk52-g4.8.win32-git-20240203-3219d2d-uxp-0db181d2b7-xpmod.7z Win64 https://o.rthost.win/basilisk/basilisk52-g4.8.win64-git-20240203-3219d2d-uxp-0db181d2b7-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-20240203-3219d2d-uxp-0db181d2b7-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-28.10.7a1.win32-git-20240203-d849524bd-uxp-0db181d2b7-xpmod.7z Win32 IA32 https://o.rthost.win/palemoon/palemoon-28.10.7a1.win32-git-20240203-d849524bd-uxp-0db181d2b7-xpmod-ia32.7z Win32 SSE https://o.rthost.win/palemoon/palemoon-28.10.7a1.win32-git-20240203-d849524bd-uxp-0db181d2b7-xpmod-sse.7z Win64 https://o.rthost.win/palemoon/palemoon-28.10.7a1.win64-git-20240203-d849524bd-uxp-0db181d2b7-xpmod.7z Official UXP changes picked since my last build: - No issue - Remove leftover reference to focus handler for dev edition doorhanger (1116e8e137) - Issue #618 - Follow-up: Fix missed constant refactor preventing ExportEntries from working. (9e3d38b642) - Issue #2158 - Part 1: Add the 'as' attribute to the HTML Parser (8e1b3db048) - Issue #2158 - Part 2: Handle and expose preload link destination to DOM (24189770aa) - Issue #2158 - Part 3: Parse preload links as part of the HTML5 parser's speculative load queue (b0d2af4e01) - Issue #2158 - Part 4: Dispatch load/error events upon parsing preload links (95490b25eb) - Issue #2158 - Part 5: Guard preload links support with a preference (6c53117699) - Issue #2158 - Follow-up: Add missing include (b84a61605a) No official Pale-Moon changes picked since my last build. No official Basilisk changes picked since my last build. Update Notice: - You may delete file named icudt*.dat inside program folder when updating from old releases. * Notice: From now on, UXP rev will point to `custom` branch of my UXP repo instead of MCP UXP repo, while "official UXP changes" shows only `tracking` branch changes.
    7 points
  6. New build of Serpent/UXP for XP! Test binary: Win32 https://o.rthost.win/basilisk/basilisk52-g4.8.win32-git-20240127-3219d2d-uxp-35252384aa-xpmod.7z Win64 https://o.rthost.win/basilisk/basilisk52-g4.8.win64-git-20240127-3219d2d-uxp-35252384aa-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-20240127-3219d2d-uxp-35252384aa-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-28.10.7a1.win32-git-20240127-d849524bd-uxp-35252384aa-xpmod.7z Win32 IA32 https://o.rthost.win/palemoon/palemoon-28.10.7a1.win32-git-20240127-d849524bd-uxp-35252384aa-xpmod-ia32.7z Win32 SSE https://o.rthost.win/palemoon/palemoon-28.10.7a1.win32-git-20240127-d849524bd-uxp-35252384aa-xpmod-sse.7z Win64 https://o.rthost.win/palemoon/palemoon-28.10.7a1.win64-git-20240127-d849524bd-uxp-35252384aa-xpmod.7z Official UXP changes picked since my last build: - No issue - Remove leftover beta-only dev edition promo in devtools. (eeff203318) - No issue - Clean up some devtools comments and prefs. (fd949d3245) - [gtk] Let printer enumeration run to completion, to avoid a GTK bug. (ce3cc6b74d) - [gfx] Cherry-pick chromium:1864587 (580e04c8a8) - [NSS] add a defensive check for large ssl_DefSend return values. (266b96a53a) - Bug 1863083 (aa4419c2a9) - [HSTS] Let parent hosts determine whether HSTS subs should be applied. (462aac7d98) No official Pale-Moon changes picked since my last build. No official Basilisk changes picked since my last build. Update Notice: - You may delete file named icudt*.dat inside program folder when updating from old releases. * Notice: From now on, UXP rev will point to `custom` branch of my UXP repo instead of MCP UXP repo, while "official UXP changes" shows only `tracking` branch changes.
    7 points
  7. Just a couple more observations about Supermium on 32 bit XP. The GUI font looks a bit rough, I don't know if that can be improved, but it's usable. The good thing is that it happily opens the sites that 360Chome won't now render! I had a bit of a laugh when I came to add an image to a post here, to see this - The file open dialogue looks like something from a 16-bit Windows 98 program! It doesn't work either. Drag and drop does work. The browser is rather slow opening, and a bit slow in use. I won't be abandoning 360Chrome quite yet, but it's still great to have a browser on XP which will open the sites that 360Chrome now has trouble with. Supermium used my 360Chome profile files absolutely fine, which was a big bonus!
    6 points
  8. The new version is there https://codeberg.org/Theodor2/Mypal68/releases github things for update are broken so far, it is possible to poke issues though.
    6 points
  9. That's indeed very funny. If something from 2021/2022 is old, then it's better not to use Windows XP or Windows Vista. They are much, much older.
    6 points
  10. New build of Serpent/UXP for XP! Test binary: Win32 https://o.rthost.win/basilisk/basilisk52-g4.8.win32-git-20240210-3219d2d-uxp-20d660f3c8-xpmod.7z Win64 https://o.rthost.win/basilisk/basilisk52-g4.8.win64-git-20240210-3219d2d-uxp-20d660f3c8-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-20240210-3219d2d-uxp-20d660f3c8-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-28.10.7a1.win32-git-20240210-d849524bd-uxp-20d660f3c8-xpmod.7z Win32 IA32 https://o.rthost.win/palemoon/palemoon-28.10.7a1.win32-git-20240210-d849524bd-uxp-20d660f3c8-xpmod-ia32.7z Win32 SSE https://o.rthost.win/palemoon/palemoon-28.10.7a1.win32-git-20240210-d849524bd-uxp-20d660f3c8-xpmod-sse.7z Win64 https://o.rthost.win/palemoon/palemoon-28.10.7a1.win64-git-20240210-d849524bd-uxp-20d660f3c8-xpmod.7z Official UXP changes picked since my last build: - Issue #2465 - Do not use our in-tree metrics hints if using system-cairo (6d1bf36717) - Issue #2466 - Part 1: Reduce nsContentPolicy type usage. (4ea2206c15) - Issue #2466 - Part 2: Implement script-src-elem and script-src-attr (ff01a35bdb) - Issue #2466 - Part 3: Implement style-src-elem and style-src-attr (721ded9b48) No official Pale-Moon changes picked since my last build. No official Basilisk changes picked since my last build. My changes since my last build: - remove terse static assert added by upstream (20d660f3c8) Update Notice: - You may delete file named icudt*.dat inside program folder when updating from old releases. * Notice: From now on, UXP rev will point to `custom` branch of my UXP repo instead of MCP UXP repo, while "official UXP changes" shows only `tracking` branch changes.
    6 points
  11. What is your problem D. Draker? There's no "emotional soap" or whatever nonsense your rambling on about. We're making COMPARISONS, and besides you, it appear everyone else gets what I'm trying to articulate. Are you telling me you need me to show you what a titlebar is in an image? Are you really telling me that? Besides, I'm sure win32 is not able to make such a change because it's basically "Chrome" Also, lately it seems a few of you newbies are starting to dictate how manage threads and posts. You're not the format police, so join in the conversation, or don't comment.
    6 points
  12. Inside your programme folder of Serpent 52 is a subfolder named browser where you have to extract the omni.ja file to a folder in which the hudservice.js file can be found under chrome\devtools\modules\devtools\client\webconsole\.
    6 points
  13. And here is another important note! In order to install my new mod uBlock Origin Legacy 1.16.4.32 successfully and without any errors, please follow the instructions provided in my article! Here are the essential points once again: Backup all settings via the "Back up to file"" function in uBlock Origin. Completely uninstall the previous uBlock Origin version. Clear the browser cache. Close the browser. Manually delete the ublock0.sqlite file in your profile folder. Restart the browser. Install my mod. Import the settings from the backup file. Starting with the version uBlock Origin Legacy 1.16.4.32, my mod has a new ID. Therefore, a clean install is mandatory. Cheers, AstroSkipper
    6 points
  14. You're right. It is not the install.rdf file. The string uBlock Origin Legacy inside this file is what is shown in the Add-ons Manager. Anyway! There are a couple of files which have to be modified, and it is more complicated as I originally thought. gorhill has created a very special, atypical and complex extension. Due to my experiences that very bad things can happen if modifying important or sensible files inside the uBlock Origin xpi file, I won't provide details about my way of modification. Please understand that! The consequence would be in the end that everyone would change something, and nothing would work afterwards. And then I have to listen to things here or elsewhere that weren't my fault. I'm not in the mood for that at all. In contrast, I definitely know what I'm doing. It's as simple as that. However, one thing is clear. Anyone can view the code of this extension themselves. It is open code and readable. Anyone with a little more in-depth knowledge knows how to identify the changes. And they are probably rather the right ones to change things. Cheers, AstroSkipper
    6 points
  15. Yes, but a 64bit app simply able to allocate much more memory, so it's an obvious choice for all RAM hungry websites. 32bits are artificially limited.
    5 points
  16. It's because you run x86 apps on a 64bit OS. Obviously it involves more resources since OS runs them in a wrapper (those are marked with*). @66catsis right, I can confirm. The same case is with Supermium.
    5 points
  17. Thank you very much for the posted links and your efforts! I will check them all. Greetings from Germany, AstroSkipper PS: A really nice play on words!
    5 points
  18. You mean this one? Found it for you. The downloads below are archives provided by the Internet Archive Wayback Machine from the Microsoft Download Center prior to August 2020. https://legacyupdate.net/download-center/download/542/security-fix-for-directx-media-6.0-on-windows-nt-4.0-kb819696
    5 points
  19. Restart & Purge - A custom button for restarting the browser and, if necessary, purging the startup cache, created by AstroSkipper As I have already reported in @roytam1's browser thread, I have been investigating the restart behaviour of New Moon 28 and Serpent 52 (and also Mypal 68, but this is off-topic here) for some time with a focus on the startup cache. Unfortunately, I have not been able to find much useful information or documentation on this topic on the internet. Even my request in @roytam1's browser thread also went unanswered (addendum: in the meanwhile, @VistaLover has replied here. Thanks again for that! ). It seems that detailed information or knowledge about the startup cache and how the browser restart affects this cache is practically non-existent. The startup cache seems to be a replacement for the former Fastload. It resides in the profile directory to store continuous chunks of data in it. In my New Moon 28 installation, without using the custom folder chrome for scripts and CSS stylesheets, only one file resides there with the name startupCache.4.little. As both, the folder and file name, contain the string startupcache, one can conclude that data is stored inside this file to accelerate the startup of the browser. Which data exactly I really don't know. I didn't find any meaningful documentation. I noticed that very often or in most cases the startup cache was cleared or reorganised automatically without any additional commands when restarting the browser. Sometimes, however, it remained unchanged after a restart. At least, I could find the code responsible for purging the startup cache. Anyway! One thing is clear. If the data in the startup cache is corrupted, then starting problems can occur which only can be solved by deleting its content. This can be done, for example, manually or by the commandline option -purgecaches. But there is no button or item to start this purge of the startup cache in a convenient way from within the UXP browsers. That's why I created a custom button for this purpose in JavaScript (rather a variant of JavaSript), the programming language used for creating new custom buttons by the extension Custom Buttons. I branded this custom button Restart & Purge. It performes a normal restart when left-clicked and additionally purges the startup cache when middle-clicked. After creation I have tested this custom button over a longer period of time, and it works for me as it should. Here is a small screenshot of my custom button Restart & Purge and its tooltip taken from New Moon 28: As the code of Restart & Purge has to be initialised, you won't find it in the tab "Code" but in the tab "Initialization code" of this custom button. Here is a screenshot of its code: I uploaded the Restart & Purge custom button as an XML file for an offline installation. Here is the download link: https://www.mediafire.com/file/ukqrf1bak6sqbmo/Restart_%26_Purge_2-10-24__191354.xml/file For the installation of this button, the extension Custom Buttons is required which you can get from this post: https://msfn.org/board/topic/183923-extensions-and-custom-buttons-for-uxp-browsers-corrections-modifications-adjustments-and-special-recommendations/?do=findComment&comment=1226328 And since the legacy Custom Buttons extension runs in the UXP browsers, my custom button Restart & Purge can be used in New Moon 28, Serpent 52, Pale Moon and some other browsers. Greetings, AstroSkipper
    5 points
  20. I really grew tired of non-sense, so for the first time in decades I decided to ignore some forum participants. For the rest: I assumed Ucyborg is using the OS in his picture (w10), apologies for assuming so, if it was not the case. Once again, I'm no expert, nor do I have access to multiple hardware: I transparently report on what I have (windowswise), and what I can do with my system (which is representative of only myself). The system I use has two (10 years ago) mid range quadro GPUs, perhaps other GPUs allow for later drivers. In my system, finally, after including supermium in nvidiainspectorprofile (with settings I use in my other browsers), the font ugliness I (also) commented about before is gone, so I reported in case it may be of use to anybody else. To be honest, I never noticed any special brightness in Supermium, and feel real sorry for those who are so vocally incapable of solving that issue. I wish them well.
    5 points
  21. I dunno - doesn't sound consistent to me. I think you are trying to dictate terms here, and I don't see "Admin" by your name. The difference in versions of Chromium (360 vs Supermium) is neither here nor there. You and your pack are the only ones making a huge deal of this. No one that has been here for any significant amount of time has any problems with the "issues" you have with our comparisons. I think we'll all just go on and post how we want. Anyway, it was noted that Dibya started this thread any way, not Win32. So let's agree to co-exist cordially, shall we?
    5 points
  22. Answered this question for one millionth time, just three pots above yours. You'd probably see it, if reduced your one word or one emoji postings. Like "nope". or "" Explained the issues in details here and here.
    5 points
  23. No, I'm the pillar of politeness, it wasn't me, it was Jody, something about "newbie format police". Wrong again, misinterpret what I wrote, clearly on purpose, to make me look bad, I wrote "your last posts here (in this topic)", and I stand by my words, as clearly seen by your post I'm replying to. What you oftenly write is offensive, meaningless and destructive to the community of MSFN. Look at you last posts, again. Think of how to try to be polite and friendly.
    5 points
  24. And so that you don't get the impression that everything in the Pale Moon forum is hostile and unfair, here's a post from back2themoon, the creator of the thread "New uBlock Origin version released (Special mod by @AstroSkipper)", who has something positive and factual to say about my mod uBlock Origin Legacy: Source: https://forum.palemoon.org/viewtopic.php?f=46&t=30787&sid=feea3eb912a653ba49c1fb3c2bc447f3&start=60#p248386 Many thanks to back2themoon for this fair and factual contribution!
    5 points
  25. As far as I know, the latest version is still UniExtract2 2.0.0 RC 4 Nightly (15.10.2023) from here: https://update.bioruebe.com/uniextract/files/nightly.zip
    5 points
  26. Extract the installer with UniExtract and be done with it. I don't remember which is the last version, @AstroSkipper, please remind us.
    5 points
  27. And again, only half-truths and falsehoods in the Pale Moon forum by our "friend" athenian200, in a thread that is not the official support thread of my mod uBlock Origin Legacy: Source: https://forum.palemoon.org/viewtopic.php?f=46&t=30787&sid=feea3eb912a653ba49c1fb3c2bc447f3&start=60#p248309 Why does someone who spreads so many untruths and half-knowledge think he can give advice, especially when he has discredited himself so much with an inadequate examination and disastrous conclusions? Unbelievable! He shouldn't gloss over mistakes he has made, but rather apologise to his readers for the nonsense which he spread there. Read here: https://forum.palemoon.org/viewtopic.php?f=46&t=30787&sid=feea3eb912a653ba49c1fb3c2bc447f3&start=60#p248292 The only thing that is really true in his stories is that he has no idea about extensions. Here is a quotation from the linked post above: Anyway! If one had read the changelogs I provided, one would have realised that not only filter lists were changed. Please, ignore what this guy is saying there! Form your own independent and uninfluenced opinion! Therefore, I advise everyone to read here or ask questions here to get factually correct answers or information when it comes to my mod uBlock Origin Legacy. Kind regards, AstroSkipper
    5 points
  28. Yep! I thought he should have found out that for himself when conducting such an "investigation". I don't think he really read my article. Or at least, not really thoroughly.
    5 points
  29. @nicolaasjan I have listed your post with the Dutch language pack in the second post of this thread so that it can be found more easily later. I hope it was in your interest. Greetings, AstroSkipper
    5 points
  30. ... For people on WinXP SP3 "trialing" the latest Sm-121-hf x86 release, win32 is kindly providing recompiled+rebased versions of files: that will reduce excessive RAM usage by the browser on pre-Vista OSes: https://github.com/win32ss/supermium/issues/204#issuecomment-1924048080 https://github.com/win32ss/supermium/issues/204#issuecomment-1924437338 https://github.com/win32ss/supermium/issues/204#issuecomment-1924647139
    5 points
  31. Thanks, I too try to ignore that dude as much as possible, I think he's just trolling around to get attention. He perfectly knows why we are here and what systems we use. I too have some "modern" hardware (though not so modern anymore, 2017-2018). It never saw real usage due to the same absence of drivers. That said, I don't think Supermium and its usage on Windows 11 is off-topic (if we remove his usual dubious blabbery/slang/cursing). The other important question, why win32 simply didn't base Supermium on the ready-made Ungoogled builds in the first place.
    5 points
  32. You're welcome! I am pleased to hear that my mod is working for you as it should. This thread was created by me so that everything about extensions and custom buttons for UXP browsers can be posted. You can find all the important links immediately in the first three posts of this thread. Right from the start, I have paid attention to a good and well thought-out structure. My mods, forks and custom buttons are offered here with important information. There will be no decoupling from this thread. In my mods uBlock Origin 1.16.4.31 and uBlock Origin Legacy 1.16.4.32, I therefore have implemented a link to the corresponding article with the title "Information" on the About tab for regular checking. Current updates can therefore be found very easily. An automatic update service will not happen. Although I do not need to do that, I am happy to share my work, which is of course very time-consuming, but potential users also need to do their bit by visiting this thread from time to time, reading, searching and asking for information and, above all, leaving feedback. Experiences, suggestions and reporting of issues are particularly important. On the other hand, any form of automatism is counterproductive and generally leads to inertia. I'm not in the mood for that.
    5 points
  33. @anton12 As already described in previous posts, you can easily fix this bug yourself manually, strictly following the commit https://github.com/roytam1/UXP/commit/1116e8e137a3525b8313505a71894bb50af816d6 @roytam1 kindly posted. Works great here.
    5 points
  34. Thanks! However, after a fresh install of New Moon 28, it worked without deleting the startupCache folder. But good to know. I usually delete this cache every time if I change CSS stylesheets in Mypal 68.
    5 points
  35. you need to delete startupCache folder in your profile in order to activate the manual fix.
    5 points
  36. In my revised and fixed version of uBlock Origin Legacy 1.16.4.32, the issue with the empty buttons should not happen anymore. If you have further problems with my mod, or you want to post about your experiences with my mod, I would be very happy if you did that here first. Thanks! Greetings from Germany, AstroSkipper
    5 points
  37. @billmcct The thread "New uBlock Origin version released (Special mod by @AstroSkipper)" in the Pale Moon forum is not the support thread of my mod uBlock Origin Legacy. By the way, this thread is badly moderated and contains a lot of off-topic comments. If you had been following the thread here closely, you would have noticed that I had found a bug which I had already fixed last night, tragically at considerable expense of time. So, as I have already announced here, you will have to download my latest version 1.16.4.32 again.
    5 points
  38. because there is a late commit fixing this: https://github.com/roytam1/UXP/commit/1116e8e137a3525b8313505a71894bb50af816d6 you may need to fix this by hand or wait for next build.
    5 points
  39. @chermany4ever When I am back at my desktop computer, I will give you some recommendations for XP-compatible YouTube Downloaders, which are using the programmes youtube-dl.exe and yt-dlp.exe, only for more convenient use.
    5 points
  40. I have decided to expand the documentation of ProxHTTPSProxy's PopMenu TLS 1.3 3V3 with a short explanation of the sixteen menu items based on the experiences from the beta test. Apparently, not all menu items are self-explanatory after all! Thanks for that especially to @mina7601!
    5 points
  41. And I'm puzzled why that cra_cker removed everything, including their digital signing, but left the opera_crashreporter.exe intact, and even fixed it for older OSes! It's really weird.
    4 points
  42. Vulkan isn't supported on XP, you can simply deleted those. I had explained it in the past many times, afraid to do so? Make a backup before. https://www.vulkan.org/ And even if in some parallel universe it would, no drivers for XP exist.
    4 points
  43. Considerations/Doubts. https://blog.chromium.org/2023/08/protecting-chrome-traffic-with-hybrid.html "Using X25519Kyber768 adds over a kilobyte of extra data to the TLS ClientHello message due to the addition of the Kyber-encapsulated key material." This itself makes the user's fingerprint unique.
    4 points
  44. Some interesting insights regarding memory leaks and CPU usages spikes. It's a recurring topic and it appears it will stay that way unless something changes radically, either the web at large or the web browser.
    4 points
  45. 4 points
  46. Add startup flags to disable acceleration, or simply go to chrome://flags/ and search for acceleration, then disable all occurrences, relaunch.
    4 points
  47. But you check mine. Oh, that "famous" fixation on higher education ... what about my education?
    4 points
  48. Thank you very much for clarification! I already thought that my New Moon installation was faulty. Strictly following the commit https://github.com/roytam1/UXP/commit/1116e8e137a3525b8313505a71894bb50af816d6 you posted above I performed the fixing manually. Unfortunately, my installation of New Moon 28 was indeed corrupted and showed again the issues I mentioned in my previous posts. Thus, I made a fresh install, injected the fix and now, it is working like a charm. Thanks again for pointing me to this commit!
    4 points
  49. dude, watch your language, you're supposed to be polite on the forum, respectful to developers' work. Don't like, don't use, or report issues politely. Take example from my posts.
    4 points
  50. Another option is PasswordFox from Nirsoft. I have never tried it, but it is supposed to work with all Firefox profiles (and hopefully with all Pale Moon/New Moon profiles, too). Here is a link: https://www.nirsoft.net/utils/passwordfox.html
    4 points
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