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  1. I really have no one outside my family to talk to, sometimes I talk co-workers at work, but no genuine contacts on the outside anymore. Though even if you do have someone, sometimes there's just nothing to say. I relate, it'd be nice, theoretically at least. It would also probably be easier if you managed to get interested in all sorts of random stuff. There was this guy, we used to chat every day. MISSION IMPOSSIBLE for someone like me, but with this person, it somehow worked out. Several years later and I've got a hunch he doesn't want anything to do with me anymore. This is almost the only forum I ever participated in that has concept of likes. I tend to do it when I'm in the right mood, my not reacting is not something to take personally. Believe me, I have exactly this same feeling as you. Hey at least Simon Cowell doesn't hang around to judge. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nM7ZiSdR6CA I'll take "useless" people over those with over-inflated egos any day. Talking about computers and knowing more about them. That's what I mainly like to do. I just remembered a class mate from the first years of elementary school saying to me once: "I thought your only friend was a computer." Oh my, that was before even YouTube was a thing. I wasn't exposed to much else in my younger days, some ball games with some kids occasionally and my family wasn't much into board games. Me and my brother play catan once in a blue moon and we go play a mini-golf once or twice a year. Wish we went a bit more often. Seems there's always something to occupy/waste time with on computer... And they're everywhere! Recently realized I bought a computer on wheels, my car's infotainment system is actually a full-blown little computer running Linux under the hood. The predecessor of two decades ago had a plain FM radio there, though simpler controllers (or control modules) for certain things was already a thing back then in cars.
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  2. Sad news for everyone here at MSFN. One of our forum supervisors, Dencorso, passed away on October 24th, after a long and courageous battle with cancer. Apparently he was still upbeat and optimistic about the future a few weeks before he passed. My memories of Den go back quite a few years. He was incredibly helpful to me with technical problems, which is what this board is all about of course, initially mainly with Windows 98, and latterly with Windows XP. He was immensely supportive too when I first became a moderator here, something I will always be grateful for. He was definitely one of the good guys, and will be sorely missed here. Please add your memories here of working with Den. Thanks, Dave.
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  3. <OT> Yeah, this is add, indeed, but I can confirm. <OT>
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  4. I used this 360EE version almost a year, it's very useful for me in my laptop with XP
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  5. It was covered inside an egg. Yes, it is a very difficult task, but by luck, we caught it because no parents were with it.
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  6. Ha .. well you should see me try to chew gum and walk a the same time, not a pretty sight
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  7. Sometimes when I even say hello and hi, some people here take even that wrong, like the cadence of my voice is off (which it is, I admit) but, I'm sorry, you don't keep running up to people demanding a proper response (which would be a simple hello or even a simple nod) ... fool me once, shame on them - fool me twice and shame on me. Online, things are better for me, but overall, I don't belong anywhere, not that I ever did, but I wasn't aware and just thought people were stupid, but I realize now, this new social cues (and whatever people call "Normal") is not all my fault. Sorry, guys, struggling today for various reasons.
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  8. I hope it won't keep you that busy, it took me all of two minutes to do!
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  9. Right, has to be different vibe compared to some small company. The place I work is a bit too relaxed. But it works with the right people. No, it doesn't. I could be wrong though. Chrome's built-in translating is neat IMO, at least as long as you're happy with their service. BTW, websites can have the directive in their HTML that prevents the translator from automatically kicking in (it's enabled by default on stock Chrome). https://stackoverflow.com/questions/12238396/how-to-disable-google-translate-from-html-in-chrome
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  11. Oh thank you, I've never used it so will keep me busy this week
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  12. Thank you for your advice. Yeah, I'd be Eaten alive on some forums. Yeah, mind does wonder some times, I don't know. Glad this weekend is going well.
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  13. Not for the most part. The "problem" arises due to IT Departments on three continents. All three get "automatic notifications" if any computer on the network pings any blacklisted domain. It is only then that one of those continents in particular will raise holy h#ll if it was open source software (such as Chrome, Chromium, or Firefox) that pinged the black list.
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  14. I am looking for the following files below, the links do not appear to be working anymore. If anyone has updates links, can you please post them. OnePiece Windows 2000 Post-SP4 UpdatePack v5.0.3 FINAL ENU OnePiece Repair Win2000 SP4 Update Pack Final ENU OnePiece Adobe Flash Player v10.3.183.5 CPL For Win2K Post-SP4 UP Final AddOn OnePiece Microsoft Silverlight v5.1.10411.0 For Win2K Post-SP4 UP v5.0.3 AddOn ENU Source: https://ryanvm.net/forum/viewtopic.php?t=5326
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  15. I think it's because there isn't anything I have to do right away when I wake up and the mind starts to wander. At least this weekend is going well. I wish you don't have to experience something like that ever again. I don't think any of us who haven't gone through it can even imagine it. FWIW, it's in the past and you're still here. My mind does wander in similar direction at times, eg. a natural disaster could turn it all upside down. No worries. Speaking of missing stuff, from my POV at least, this has to be one of few forums where it's somewhat possible to keep up. Well, it still accumulates if you don't visit for few days, but this happens so much faster in other places.
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  16. Oh, and funny story on YouTube for at work. Engineering Department. And it's an HR rule that any audio be played on headphones and never on computer/laptop speakers. The ads "in the middle" of YouTube videos are somehow blocked by the company server, but YouTube still plays "silence" that cannot be fast-forwarded for the duration of that "in the middle" ad. But the ads BEFORE or AFTER a video are not blocked by the company server. We are forced to use Edge at work (company is international and you will have your computer locked if you put ANYTHING on the computer that is "open source", we've had people FIRED for using "open source" software!). And our extensions have to be approved by IT Departments on three different continents. I got "Enhancer for YouTube" approved because it blocks ads before and after videos for feminine hygiene, razors, bras, and panties and it wasn't difficult to convince IT Departments that we should block them "in a corporate environment", lol. edit - they used to block YouTube entirely, but they found it forced them to loosen restriction on USB Ports so that we could listen to music that way instead.
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  17. Yep. One of my favorites! I couldn't get through an 8hr day without it, lol. The other YouTube extension I use extends ad-blocking to "annotations" - which I can't say for 100% if I still need that one or not. edit - confirmed, still need the annotation-blocker also.
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  18. I use Enhancer for YouTube, it's a great extension. Be aware though that version 2.0.115 is the last version that will work on 360Chrome. I think the later ones need a later version of Chromium. I've attached it here, see if it works for you. FWIW YouTube works fine for me, with uBlock Origin I never see an advertisement! Chrome Enhancer for YouTube Extension 2.0.115 (Last for 360Chrome).crx
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  19. Under Windows XP you can use alternative file explorer that have decent support for long file path. I suggest you have a look at DoubleCommander (open source clone of Total Commander). for Windows XP+ https://doublecmd.sourceforge.io/ Note that when a file name becomes too long you may no longer have the context menu because shell32.dll si responsible for this one. You can however still copy/move/rename files when they go beyond the limit. Also if you prefer the command line you should use Yori http://www.malsmith.net/yori/ Yori is a replacement for cmd.exe and supports long path names even under NT3.5. Yori works even on Windows NT3.1 Keep in mind that when you copy files under Linux, ntfs3g does not generate short names and you have to regenerate them manually. I wrote a simple (ssname.exe) program to do it automatically https://github.com/RamonUnch/ssname I was always shocked that the explorer did not handle long path names when it has been possible on Windows NT since 1993.
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  20. But I'm sure the biggest part of my slowdown is that I funnel through Proxomitron.
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  21. YouTube loads much quicker if I actually allow the ads. Just not a very pleasant listening experience.
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  22. Is that the Max_Path issue? You should be able to access the file via the \\?\ syntax, but it has to be tried, as any tool may (or may not) support this alternate notation: https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/win32/fileio/maximum-file-path-limitation But Long Path Fixer should be able to see those files, maybe there is some other issue involved? The "traditional" way was to use subst to assign temporarily a drive letter to a "deep" folder: https://support.code42.com/Incydr/Agent/Troubleshooting/Windows_file_paths_longer_than_255_characters jaclaz
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  23. I'll run these for a full week before uploading a rebuild_3.
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  24. No, you're quite right, it wouldn't be there unless the policy is specifically applied, and Ungoogled has no reason to follow Google-branch policies. I thought maybe they have their own policies under a different key, but it's not too surprising if they don't.
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  25. In my MinWin profile, by default, all files are deleted from the folder \Windows\PolicyDefinitions\ru-RU\ What should be done so that the files from the folder are not deleted? Tried in Windows.txt !\Windows\PolicyDefinitions\ru-RU\ But the folder is empty, these files are needed for gpedit.msc. Thank you.
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  26. Plus, I also think that v13.5 is basically "end of the line" for 360Chrome on XP. I hear rumors of another Chrome Fork in the works that would dethrone 360Chrome if the rumors are true. Waiting to see. https://msfn.org/board/topic/184127-xp-and-future-of-web-browsing/?do=findComment&comment=1230273 edit - truth be told, 360Chrome could come out with twenty "newer builds" for v13.5, but if a web site that does NOT work in build 2022 isn't PROVEN to work on the "newer build", then I will not upgrade from build 2022. I'm not looking to be the dog chasing its tail with constant "updates".
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  27. Welcome back. I hope you were/are at least preoccupied in a good way, if not, thank you taking time away to visit us.
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  28. Hey @Humming Owl, it's an honor to see you here again! I tried your 360EE version some days ago, and I like it. I will test your other browsers soon.
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  29. I'm shocked I made it thus far, never thought I'd see 40 to be honest.
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  30. Sorry I almost missed this, I usually catch up and read everything here. 101 ... that is pretty amazing.
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  31. Pre internet chat room using An old version of windows https://t.me/davidavocadowolfe/80379
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  32. Eleven+. These bugs also happen with the default Windows 7 theme.
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  33. No, 109 is the last one that works on Windows 7. They introduced dll‘s that are only available in Windows 8+, but they also broke compatibility with Windows 8. If you try installing Chromium on Win8/8.1, the browser will start and then immediately close again. However, using —no-sandbox allows you to run the latest Chromium (110.5441) on Windows 8.1. I hope they will not break that one too.
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  34. Hi guys.. I don't think so (that you're missing something or doing something wrong), mina, I also don't have that entry neither, however, oddly, I do have the following entries: Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00 [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\360Chrome] "usagestats"=dword:00000000 and... Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00 [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\360] [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\360\360se6] [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\360\360se6\Chrome] "ddq"=dword:00000000 On your Version, I don't have the translate either. EDIT: However, I do have those squares above the address bar still and in the tab below and I don't know if its skin related. The skin I'm using, Is: jisu9_chrome.srx
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  35. New NewMoon 27 Build! 32bit https://o.rthost.win/palemoon/palemoon-27.10.0.win32-git-20221126-4f15bc133e-xpmod.7z 32bit SSE https://o.rthost.win/palemoon/palemoon-27.10.0.win32-git-20221126-4f15bc133e-xpmod-sse.7z 32bit noSSE https://o.rthost.win/palemoon/palemoon-27.10.0.win32-git-20221126-4f15bc133e-xpmod-ia32.7z 64bit https://o.rthost.win/palemoon/palemoon-27.10.0.win64-git-20221126-4f15bc133e-xpmod.7z source repo: https://github.com/roytam1/palemoon27 repo changes since my last build: - import changes from `dev' branch of rmottola/Arctic-Fox: - Bug 1208341 - Make NativeObject::goodElementsAllocationAmount fallible. r=Waldo (64eac96aa2) - minor reformat (95d27e5332) - Bug 1214049 - Use ReportOutOfMemory in NativeObject::goodElementsAllocationAmount. r=Waldo (6779dd81c6) - Bug 1206700 - Fix an bug in property assignment, recently exposed by Reflect.set. r=waldo (0a7484ab70) - Bug 1186810 (part 1) - Replace nsBaseHashtable::EnumerateRead() calls in dom/workers/ with iterators. r=nsm. (05a550c94f) - Bug 1186810 (part 2) - Replace nsBaseHashtable::EnumerateRead() calls in dom/workers/ with iterators. r=nsm. (f1659abf38) - Bug 1186810 (part 3) - Replace nsBaseHashtable::EnumerateRead() calls in dom/workers/ with iterators. r=nsm. (cda73950f3) - Bug 1186810 (part 4) - Replace nsBaseHashtable::EnumerateRead() calls in dom/workers/ with iterators. r=nsm. (555e83bacb) - Bug 1186810 (part 5) - Replace nsBaseHashtable::EnumerateRead() calls in dom/workers/ with iterators. r=nsm. (c9520dbc5f) - Bug 1186810 (part 6) - Replace nsBaseHashtable::EnumerateRead() calls in dom/workers/ with iterators. r=khuey. (24fcdfd772) - Bug 1186810 (part 7) - Replace nsBaseHashtable::EnumerateRead() calls in dom/workers/ with iterators. r=khuey. (657cd575fb) - Bug 1186810 (part 8) - Replace nsBaseHashtable::Enumerate() calls in dom/workers/ with iterators. r=khuey. (0ff6a5e5ff) - Bug 1205020 - Disable optimizations in TestTuple.cpp since it breaks the build on VS2013 Windows 10. r=froydnj (1c98d8485c) - Bug 1199068 - Soothe a unused variable warning in TestSplayTree.cpp. r=nfroyd (d4d4ab56fe) - Bug 1209751 - Make sync decoding more reliable when nsImageRenderer is used with -moz-element. r=roc (95c99bb907) - Bug 1209731 - Return DrawResult::NOT_READY from PaintBackgroundWithSC if we couldn't prepare the nsImageRenderer. r=tn (8bd98872cb) - Bug 1209715 - Add operator overloads for combining DrawResults. r=tn (f3a9806d03) - Bug 1209725 - Use DrawResult combining operators in nsCSSRendering::PaintBackgroundWithSC. r=tn (420cfde63e) - Bug 1211363. Calculate min inset blur with max border radius. r=mstange (5e408bc67f) - Bug 1213545. Carry x,y offsets with inset box shadows. r=mstange (52c20715bc) - Bug 1209739 - Make nsImageRenderer::PrepareImage() fail unless an image has STATUS_LOAD_COMPLETE. r=tn (c1cc4d79d8) - Bug 1209765 (Part 1) - Support sync decoding of border-image in nsCSSRendering. r=tn (3a54b7d117) - Bug 1209765 (Part 2) - Support sync decoding and track draw results in nsDisplayBorder. r=tn (03abe63e67) - Bug 1209765 (Part 3) - Support sync decoding and track draw results when drawing borders in nsButtonFrameRenderer. r=tn (107b9bb851) - Bug 1209765 (Part 4) - Support sync decoding and track draw results when drawing borders in nsFieldSetFrame. r=tn (16fd30aba3) - Bug 1209765 (Part 5) - Support sync decoding and track draw results when drawing borders in nsRangeFrame. r=tn (289de3c17e) - Bug 1209765 (Part 6) - Support sync decoding and track draw results when drawing borders in nsColumnSetFrame. r=tn (0317d6a914) - Bug 1143267 - Make nsDisplayAltFeedback use nsGenericImageGeometry. r=tn (8fc6372d48) - Bug 1176081. Add a pref to control drawing of the image loading place holder icon and border, and disable it. r=seth (792e8ec9b3) - Bug 1209765 (Part 7) - Support sync decoding and track draw results when drawing borders in nsImageFrame. r=tn (70d9af60a3) - Bug 1209765 (Part 8) - Support sync decoding and track draw results when drawing borders in MathML code. r=tn (555bff2635) - Bug 1209765 (Part 9) - Support sync decoding and track draw results when drawing borders in nsTableFrame. r=tn (d242dc5c79) - Bug 1209765 (Part 10) - Support sync decoding and track draw results when drawing borders in nsGroupBoxFrame. r=tn (a7187cfa5d) - Bug 1209765 (Part 11) - Support sync decoding and track draw results when drawing borders in nsTreeBodyFrame. r=tn (21bd2b3285) - Bug 1209765 (Followup) - Add very minor fuzz to underline-button-2.html on OS X 10.10. r=me (04cff3c2ff) - Bug 1209765 (Followup) - Add very minor fuzz to underline-button-1.html on OS X 10.10. r=me DONTBUILD (187fdb4106) - Bug 1217069 - Don't attempt to mis-optimize JSON.stringify's filter-list creation for replacer arrays with trailing holes. r=arai (04fb907d42) - Bug 1156463 - Add a preference option to disable the scale transform applied to MathML operators. r=karl (415a041117) - Bug 1174143 - Remove private tables for Standard Symbols L and MathJax fonts. r=karlt (1f58d14229) - Bug 1222297 - Use channel->Open2() in netwerk/base/nsNetUtil.cpp (r=sicking) (cbd12ebb0a) - Bug 1139709. Remove unused parameters from nsMathMLChar::GetMaxWidth. r=mats (6ea90a0a02) - Bug 1160635 patch 1 - Add reftests. r=dholbert (b58f8fd7fa) - Bug 1160635 patch 2 - Stop making image resizing optimization when image has percent width or height. r=dholbert (9ae3621baf) - Bug 1156097 - Make nsImageFrame::mImageMap an nsRefPtr; r=roc (b49157e424) - Bug 1176156. Make sure images are asked to decode if we are drawing the alt feedback instead of the image. r=seth (8d7a09622e) - Bug 1207355 (Part 2) - Stop requesting decodes in nsImageLoadingContent. r=tn (c781285098) - Bug 1207355 (Part 3) - Request decodes intelligently in nsImageFrame. r=tn (c61b7591fb) - Bug 1156028 - Teach clang-analyzer about XPCOM assertion macros; r=froydnj (4d8b7ecf03) - Bug 1207355 (Part 4) - Request decodes intelligently in nsBulletFrame. r=tn (2d7ced9c0f) - Bug 1207355 (Part 5) - Request decodes intelligently in MultipartImage. r=tn (c0cb580838) - Bug 1207355 (Part 6) - Only respect StartDecoding() in imgRequest/imgRequestProxy. r=tn (0e108cda4c) - Bug 1207355 (Part 7) - Only trigger intrinsic size decode in FinalizeDecoder() if StartDecoding() was called. r=tn (a71fc0d1b7) - Bug 1207355 (Part 8) - Remove imgIContainer::RequestDecode() and imgIRequest::RequestDecode(). r=tn (fbce1ccbe1) - Bug 1215596 - outline: auto; will render as outline: solid; when disabled. r=roc (b8ea369628) - Bug 1180966. Remove code that made no sense. r=mstange (eac62913ef) - Bug 1217905. Don't transform dest rects if destination context has a rotation with inset box shadows. r=mstange (53cf4d6f86) - Bug 1189010. In ScrollFrameHelper::BuildDisplayList decide if we are building a scrollable layer before we call AppendScrollPartsTo because it needs this information. r=mstange (a008c7e34d) - Bug 1204535 - Flatten conditional structure one level. r=tn (152ff398a0) - Bug 1204535 - Remove no-op code. r=tn (95d17e64c3) - Bug 1204535 - Collapse redundant conditional block. r=tn (d0e90b8d80) - Bug 1204535 - Rename usingDisplayport to usingDisplayPort for consistency. r=tn (516757a933) - Bug 1204535 - Relocate comment to go with the line of code it's commenting. r=tn (70ae0c5e71) - Bug 1204535 - Hoist out the code to initially compute usingDisplayPort. r=tn (4a5336a480) - Bug 1210578. Part 1. Rename mShouldBuildScrollableLayer to mWillBuildScrollableLayer to better capture the meaning of the variable. r=mstange (d13bb100f4) - Bug 1210578. Part 2. Rename shouldBuildLayer to couldBuildLayer to better reflect it's actual meaning. r=mstange (ae21c687c2) - Bug 1151663 - Only call GetOrMaybeCreateDisplayPort() in nsLayoutUtils::PaintFrame() if we are using containers for root scroll frames. r=tn (2bef3f9457) - Bug 1195431 - Small refactoring to use conditionals consistently. r=tn (897eb0f42a) - Bug 1167069 - Initialize nsPluginFrame::mInstanceOwner to null. r=jmathies (6ce1fcb8c2) - Bug 1137944 - Add support for hiding plugin windows during async dom scroll operations managed in the content process. r=roc (730a0ed004) - Bug 1210578. Part 3. Create DecideScrollableLayer that encapsulates all logic to create display ports and build scrollable layers. r=mstange (994ac6ec5e) - Bug 376679 part.1 Change the result of EventStateManager::ComputeScrollTarget() from nsIScrollableFrame* to nsIFrame* r=smaug (914878edbd) - Bug 376679 part.2 EventStateManager should treat plugin frame as scrollable frame if the plugin wants to handle wheel events as default action r=smaug (58c146b7ba) - Bug 376679 part.3 Compute default action target frame for wheel event before deciding the action because plugin should decide what is the default action when the target is a plugin frame r=smaug (334cbfcf53) - Bug 376679 part.4 Manage wheel transaction at sending a wheel event to target plugin r=smaug (d76062a429) - Bug 376679 part.5 nsPluginInstanceOwner::ProcessEvent() should create WM_MOUSE*WHEEL message from WidgetWheelEvent data r=smaug+jimm (56ee6bdf90) - Bug 376679 part.6 nsPluginInstanceOwner::ProcessEvent() should refer both deltaMode and system scroll amount settings when it generates WM_MOSUE*WHEEL messages r=jimm (927cb10a3b) - Bug 1145546 - Add missing nsBidiPresUtils.h include to nsGfxScrollFrame.cpp to fix non-unified bustage. r=jfkthame (af4043c024) - Bug 1137944 - Add plugin window handling for apz related notifications received by the content process. r=mstange (798e9676fd) - Bug 1208819 - Fix irregexp overrecursion check to ignore interrupts. r=bhackett (c845e65a2e) - Bug 1218640 - IonMonkey: MIPS64: Add support into irregexp. r=arai (613ddd95ef) - Bug 1211964 - Fix a couple of OOM handling issues in regexp code r=terrence (bb269eef3e) - Bug 1200734 - Use stable hashing for LiveScopesMap; r=shu (1d717c8f53) - Bug 1223853 - Use stable hashing for ObjectValueMap; r=jonco (c91f3b1b21) - Bug 1223863 - Use stable hashing for WeakGlobalObjectSet; r=jonco (eb29e841f1) - Bug 1223918 - Use stable hashing for WatchPointMap; r=jonco (7a69630c83) - Bug 1212011 - Replace more uses of CrashAtUnhandlableOOM() with AutoEnterOOMUnsafeRegion r=terrence (0079439d90) - Bug 1224347 - Use stable hashing for DebuggerWeakMaps; r=jonco (d2a627e077) - Bug 1219418 - Always access minEmptyChunkCount under the GC lock; r=jonco (f67f74ca57) - Bug 1202923 - Encapsulate GC begin and end notification callbacks in an RAII guard; r=jonco (46f63fd090) - Bug 1212624 - Tests for LinkedList, r=Waldo (3d48b12918) - Bug 1215752 - Weakmap refactoring, r=terrence (90cbf4d294) - Bug 1216744 - Move weakKeys to the zone, r=terrence (5fdb1d57bf) - Bug 1215336 - Measure unmark gray time, r=terrence (278e0ee562) - Bug 1211939 - Don't call JSRuntime::onOutOfMemory from helper threads. r=jonco (86c6906421) - Bug 1218638 - IonMonkey: MIPS64: Add support into jit/shared. r=lth (e4f2904c53) - Bug 1216277 - Don't assert properties of the buffer location if the assembler is out of memory r=jandem (65556e83ce) - Bug 1211962 - addNativeToBytecodeEntry: Check that the masm.currentOffset() returns a valid result. r=djvj (3c5723c65a) - Bug 1090957 - IonMonkey: Add temp registers for mips atomics. r=lth (00f23fe2e9) - Bug 1218967 - Do not stop executing autospider.sh on test failure. r=sfink (75f912efbb) - Bug 1213881 - Run jsapi-tests in the arm64-sim autospider. r=sfink (2e731f14e7) - Bug 1216607 - Fix assertion failure ARM assembler on OOM r=jandem (0bc2dcb5db) - Bug 1209515 part 1 - IonBuilder: Attach hit counts on the MIRGraph. r=bhackett (f5448d9596) - Bug 1209515 part 2 - Ensure that MPhi removal considers removed uses. r=bhackett (95de413c50) - Bug 1209515 part 3 - IonMonkey: Add branch pruning based on code coverage counters. r=bhackett (fb71022658) - Bug 1209515 part 0 - Move callerResumePoint field next to other resume points of basic blocks. r=bbouvier (394b52860d) - Bug 1209515 part 4 - Increment code coverage counters on bailouts. r=bhackett (22edac5c24) - Bug 1209515 part 5 - Ensure that we recompile when we have frequent bailouts caused by the first execution. r=jandem (bca0fa4118) - Bug 1209515 part 7 - IonBuilder: pushLoop should not infer the continuepc from the entry block. r=jandem (025d10fd57) - Bug 1209515 part 8 - IonBuilder: newOsrPreheader should not use the hit-count of the loop. r=jandem (5db05ef17f) - Bug 1209515 part 9 - IonBuilder: Loop header should use the hit count of the loop, instead of before the loop. r=jandem (b259b490bf) - Bug 1209515 part 10 - Prevent PruneUnusedBranches from being greedy while removing branches which have only be visited a few times. r=bhackett (4a1a7b34b6) - Bug 1209515 part 11 - Increase JitSpewer mask size to avoid overflow. r=bbouvier (28546de94e) - Bug 1219401 - Don't call script->hasIonScript() off-thread, fixes a TSan race. r=h4writer (8f31724484) - Bug 1172076 - Assert that SnapshotIterator::initInstructionResults always match the recover instructions data. r=jandem (6ed0eebc65) - Bug 1209260 - Don't use sincos on iOS r=npb (eaa3cacac7) - Bug 1222499 - "JitSpew/IonSpew: warmupCounter should use PRIu32 instead of PRIuSIZE". r=nbp (50b80b985a) - Bug 1216182: Rename MODE_MASK to MODE_BITS_MASK, r=hv1989 (f28e461d94) - Bug 1137944 - Add a pref to control plugin window hiding. r=roc (691dc99b94) - Bug 1214878 - When async scrolling with e10s hide windowed plugins in sub documents. r=roc (79c0eac459) - Bug 1215434 part.1 If scroll target is a plugin frame, EventStateManager::PostHandleEvent() should send the wheel event to the plugin frame even if APZC already handled it r=smaug (f2e8e33d7f) - Bug 1215434 part.2 Add plugin frame rect to dispatch-to-content region if it wants to handle wheel event as default action r=mstange (dbecb1e256) - Fix inactive scroll frames sometimes creating very large, incorrect hit regions. (bug 1190112, r=tn) (2056d8d63e) - Fix scrollbars on subframes not directing APZ events to the correct scrollframe. (bug 1213324, r=tn) (0594923ab2) - Bug 1182017. Call Send__delete__ immediately rather than through an event. r=nical (90714b065b) - Bug 1212656 - ARM64: Fix automation build failures. (r=efaust) (5695518dd1) - Bug 1137944 - Simplify the api associated with hiding e10s plugin widgets. r=roc (dfbfda4d31) - Bug 1137944 - Fire before and after composite events. r=matt.woodrow (0048aeb8cb) - Bug 1201660 - When layer tree updates get dropped, hide plugins associated with the tree. Fixes a bug where we were hiding all plugins associated with the window. r=matt.woodrow (9352150c73) - Bug 1137944 - Backout compositor bits (cset b4711fa5f734) which caused a telemetry metric regression. r=backout (241659d6a8) - Bug 1127270: Only acquire a hold on the compositor thread once the channel for a parent actor has been succesfully connected. r=nical (1d1b077d68) - Bug 1207270 - Ensure that the TaskThrottler objects are created on the main thread. r=botond (b43af025f1) - Bug 1194876 - Add test. r=botond (440c72ec81) - Bug 1152051 - Gtest. r=Cwiiis,kats (011f066f37) - Bug 1144112 - Update the FlingStop tests to check if events are flowing properly after the fast-motion blocks are done. r=botond (25f71629d7) - Bug 1092128 - Ensure that when touch-action is enabled the gtests always provide default touch behaviours where expected. r=botond (3f0d1229f3) - Bug 1144112 - Only set the default allowed touch behaviour if the event is not consumed, to have the tests better reflect reality. r=botond (1548bd14bb) - Bug 1163845 - Unify handling of time in APZ gtests. r=kats (b73a16ef5e) - Bug 1159398 - Set the controller thread when running APZ gtests. r=dvander (96b551036e) - Bug 1159985 - Gtest. r=kats (23d7d86492) - Bug 1159985 - In APZ gtests, allow panning in both directions. r=kats (14f4b1156a) - Bug 1169695 - Make the test timestamp privately held by the MockContentControllerDelayed. r=botond (ffe04249c1) - Bug 1198900 - Add a gtest to ensure we don't crash when prevent-defaulting a wheel event. r=botond, a=topcrash (c9e5993f18) - Bug 1169690 - Gtests. r=kats (7e825b34ac) - Bug 1207270 - Update tests to ensure that TaskThrottlers are created as appropriate. r=botond (7bb6f1f406) - Bug 1169695 - Ensure timed tasks are dispatched appropriately when advancing the time. r=botond (af1fbe0a85) - Bug 1204837, Part 1: Make ClosingService thread Nuwa-friedly. r=khuey (eb790b5215) - Bug 1204837, Part 2: Cloned ImageBridgeParent and CompositorParent should hold a reference to the compositor thread. r=nical (cd742df2e2) - Bug 1205016: double ClosingService thread stack size to avoid stack overflow r=glandium (cb9acc828f) - Bug 1163570 - Ignore pending plugin updates and hide plugin windows when a remote layer tree associated with a tab is no longer in use. r=roc (ae852ad442) - Bug 1196539 - Apply plugin config using AutoResolveRefLayers during composition. r=matt.woodrow (12dbdb6222) - Bug 1137944 - Cache compositor plugin update data to avoid sending updates to the main thread when the data doesn't change. r=roc (63c503d2f6) - Bug 1137944 - On Windows defer composition until we receive confirmation plugin window metrics have been updated. r=roc (39d5786519) - Bug 1137944 - Move plugin window metrics updates to a point during comososition where we know the remote layer tree is hooked up to the chrome layer tree. r=matt.woodrow (a32f77ffb1) - Bug 1213671 - CompositorParent::UpdatePluginWindowState should always return an accurate result indicating when an ipc request for plugin geometry updates was sent. r=roc (311e65a8ce) - Bug 1214267 - Send the side to which fixed-pos items are attached so that we can move them in the compositor more correctly when the viewport size is changing. r=mattwoodrow (fa2de207cd) - Bug 1209964 - In AlignFixedAndStickyLayers(), properly handle the case where a fixed or sticky layer is its own subtree root and has a local transform. r=kats (1a6922699a) - Bug 1213762 - Clear AsyncCompositionManager::mIsFirstPaint on non-Android platforms, too. r=mstange (c4cf2b722a) - Bug 1223436 - Fix AsyncCompositionManager so that mLayersUpdated is only set to false after SyncFrameMetrics has been called. r=kats (f3fa84325b) - bits of 1073545 (3bc7d76081) - Bug 1213795, Part 1: Don't fire timers in the Nuwa process to fix test case test_NuwaProcessDeadlock.html. r=khuey (5ebca946e5) - Bug 1213795, Part 2: Fix protocol cloning of actor CrossProcessCompositorParent. r=khuey (92969e2b06) - spacing (f4857ed898) - Bug 1213758 - Aquire the inderect layer trees data lock during plugin window update calculations. r=matt.woodrow (ae70d955ec) - Bug 1208502 - Use more smart pointers in XULDocument. r=smaug (20a92d72e8) - Bug 1193086 - Remove some null checks of infallible new code in XUL. r=baku (2f463c5a3d) - Bug 1217190 - Make PrintingParent return an nsresult when attempting to show print progress. r=bobowen (addf31f3a7) - Bug 1217190 - Make sure to initialize outparam in PrintingParent::RecvShowProgress. r=bobowen (f6c11a0181) - Bug 1152921 - Don't send an uninitialized PrintData over IPC when cancelling print dialog (or failing ShowPrintDialog for other reasons). r=mconley (4ea146ccf1) - Bug 1178233 - [non-e10s] The update process doesn't work within about:serviceworkers in non-e10s mode. r=baku (7a08441bec) - Bug 929846 - Considering key size when calculating quota usage. r=jdm (a97ddc7906) - Bug 1194049 - Part 3: support device update; r=fabrice (6ba600a03d) - Bug 1194049 - Part 1: add thread assertion; r=schien (68c4658ae0) - Bug 1194049 - Part 2: add discovery timeout support; r=schien (14f5f537d5) - Bug 1194049 - Part 4: clear discovered devices when re-discover; r=schien (e2ecdb573f) - Bug 1136565 - report session request from device provider. r=xeonchen,junior,seanlin. (19daa67751) - Bug 1216398 - support non-discoverable controlling device. r=junior,xeonchen. (7383401dbc) - Bug 1200132 - Use adderss to create socketTransport, r=schien, junior (263d253562) - Bug 1200132 - Part1: Get address info after service resolved, r=mcmanus (9bcc344d20) - Bug 1200132 - Part2: Get IP address by calling InetAddress.getHostAddress(), r=mcmanus, rnewman (502c243314) - Bug 1173334: Open nfcd connections with socket type SOCK_SEQPACKET, allstars.chh (03a11dc077) - Bug 1173802: Move NFC socket and messaging code into |NfcConsumer|, r=allstars.chh (f92946b40e) - Bug 1173802: Run |NfcConsumer| on NFC thread, r=allstars.chh (87989483a7) - Bug 1173802: Clean up |NfcEventDispatcher|, r=allstars.chh (87f58b7310) - Bug 1173802: Replace |assertIsNfcServiceThread| with thread-safe checks, r=allstars.chh (1a6a76ae05) - Bug 1173802: Store global NFC service in ref-counted variable, r=allstars.chh (a33c025976) - Bug 1188639 - Fix typo in BrowserElement.webidl and add tests for it. r=yoshi,bz (7b657a335d) - Bug 1175387 - close file descriptor after detached from STS. r=mcmanus (377943bad5) - Bug 1190069 - Fix uninitialized variable in MDNSResponderOperator.cpp. r=xeonchen (ebf47b613e) - Bug 1217807 - Part 1: use ServiceWatcher to extend life cycle of mDNS operators; r=schien (70201259d2) - missing namespace (c6bccda1e5) - Bug 1209843 - Stop checking for UNKNOWN_APP_ID in all places except those where AppId() is explicitly queried. r=sicking (e364223906) - Bug 1168337: Kill the processes on startup of the Nuwa test case fix the abort in the preallocated process. r=khuey (501a30cb9b) - Bug 1202424 - Free shared memory when IPC system shuts down, not after. r=mrbkap (f718cbf801) - Bug 1209987 - webrtc.org Engine creation and destruction should happen on the WebRTC threads. r=jesup (4bbab795cf) - Bug 1214675 - Factor out cleanup functions to avoid deadlock/dispatch-without-IPC. r=jesup (bd466c85e4) - Bug 1210560 - Part 2: Convert some simple users to use PushGroupForBlendBack. r=jrmuizel (158b532f9f) - Bug 1174785 - Part 0: Use mozilla/StaticPtr.h in signaling. r=jesup (c98ec23ee0) - Bug 1174785 - Part 1: Add LogModule, LogModuleManager, and LazyLogModule. r=froydnj (e797bca424) - Bug 1195867 - Hoist StateWatching and StateMirroring into XPCOM. r=froydnj (a62fbbf749) - Bug 1194631 - Make firefox build with --disable-logging. r=jrmuizel (ba8238dc42) - Bug 1174785 - Part 2: Convert xpcom over to LogModule. r=froydnj (ccb119d496) - Bug 1205237 - Part 2: add PresentationNetworkHelper; r=schien (be47702ffe) - Bug 1205237 - Part 3: get self Wi-Fi IP address; r=seanlin (f31163e895) - Bug 1217683 - Add sendIceCandidate and implement |close(aReason)| in TCPControlChannel. r=fabrice (0004ea93f1) - Bug 1217807 - Part 2: Handle network online/offline event in TCPPresentationServer; r=junior (48c9236adb) - Bug 1217807 - disable MDNS discovery. r=xeonchen. (ee3cb0ddb6) (ebda1f73c4) - more devtools fixes (6cdeb6711a) - import changes from `dev' branch of rmottola/Arctic-Fox: - Bug 1214179 - Provide device Id for non-discoverable controller. r=xeonchen (0c83743144) - Bug 1194606 - Add gtest for demuxed-only scenario in MediaFormatReader. r=jya (67a5e19042) - Bug 1154513 - [EME] GMP crash crashes browser in Nightly - Remember if actor is destroyed, so that no messages are sent from subsequent Shutdown() - r=cpearce (36109a68e8) - Bug 1171499 - Defer processing GMP EncodingComplete() calls until intr shmem allocs are finished. r=jesup (bac114c170) - Bug 1162358 - Defer processing GMP DecodingComplete() calls until intr shmem allocs are finished. r=jesup (4b91da11f0) - Bug 1155178 - Part 1: Convert GMPUnique into a template alias; r=cpearce (3f8ba45b9f) - Bug 1155178 - Part 2: Rename GMPUnique to GMPUniquePtr; r=cpearce (fa1fd17384) - Bug 1160908 - [EME] Delete GMPRecords that are 0 bytes in size. r=cpearce (3cc4ad2772) - Bug 1188235 - Make GMPStorage immune to record name hash collisions. r=gerald (ae6c32363b) - Bug 1187163 - Ensure we send Reset/Drain complete notifications no matter what happens in GMP{Audio,Video}Decoder. r=gerald (5654321861) - Bug 1194576 - Add more NSPR logging around GMP*Parent actors. r=gerald (7572f82456) - Bug 1169129 - Change GMP*Parent::ParentId() to a more consistent GMP*Parent::GetPluginId(). r=edwin (ce2dd08740) - Bug 1208289 - Log outstanding frames in GMP DrainComplete() and detect dropped ResetComplete. r=jwwang (6e29c332a7) - Bug 1208289 - Add SimpleTimer to make setting timeouts in C++ easy. r=jwwang (b4c179dc5b) - Bug 1131908 - no IPC calls after GMPDecryptorChild::RecvDecryptingComplete(). r=edwin. (cb3d2df998) - Bug 1215508: Fix the race in accessing the unopened IPC channels in TabChild::PreloadSlowThings(). r=khuey (c43fcb1530) - bits of 1216401 (bb15f26885) - Bug 1205219 - [Presentation WebAPI] Support terminate semantics. Part 1 - WebIDL & implementation changes. r=smaug (8e485cdec8) - Bug 1205219 - [Presentation WebAPI] Support terminate semantics. Part 2 - Tests. r=smaug (e16de5d102) - Bug 1178858 - Video would not playback after seek seekbar first if media.autoplay.enabled = false. r=cpearce (68bae0db50) - Bug 1072150 - Introduce a transitional legacy API that works like things used to. r=bz Bug 1072150 - Use the opt-out for various sloppy consumers. r=bz (703304f396) (d6926a176f) - import changes from `dev' branch of rmottola/Arctic-Fox: - Bug 1072150 - Don't examine the subject principal in CheckSameOrigin. r=bz (60cbce0bd4) - Bug 633154. When alerts/prompts/confirms are suppressed, just return silently instead of throwing. r=sicking (a9b5bffb50) - Bug 1199295 - Pass right loadingPrincipal to uriloader/prefetch - dom changes (r=smaug) (c83e28c82f) - Bug 1206559, forward PuppetWidget::SetFocus request to the parent process, r=smaug (545b4befd2) - Bug 1171234 - Include triggering node in load info when doing prefetching (r=ckerschb) (28626724ea) - Bug 1192948 - Use channel->ascynOpen2 in uriloader/prefetch (r=smaug) (24cde65def) - Bug 1199295 - Pass right loadingPrincipal to uriloader/prefetch (r=mayhemer) (0a70254f49) - Bug 1111581 - Fix prefetch for e10s. r=mayhemer (1743b37e85) - adapted Bug 1172396 - Check for GMP resources from chrome process instead of content (71d438785f) - Bug 1184276 - Add some logging and don't bail if we can't find an nsPluginTag in RecvGetBlocklistState to try and get more diagnostic info r=billm (963ec63ad3) - Bug 1194897 - Copy parent window chromeFlags when instantiating a new TabParent in the parent process. r=smaug (296cafaacc) - Bug 1181467 - Fix mime type checking while copying image. r=Enn (2c77c687e5) - Bug 1139860 - Fix xpcshell content process timeout crashes (r=jimm) (e594a31bff) - Bug 1207490 - Part 1: Remove use of expression closure from browser/base/. r=dao (ef5ba24cbe) - Bug 1059014 (part 1) - Remove support for max line box width. r=dbaron. (eaf2e94721) (4f15bc133e)
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  36. New build of Serpent/UXP for XP! Test binary: Win32 https://o.rthost.win/basilisk/basilisk52-g4.8.win32-git-20221126-3219d2d-uxp-de0b4ac20-xpmod.7z Win64 https://o.rthost.win/basilisk/basilisk52-g4.8.win64-git-20221126-3219d2d-uxp-de0b4ac20-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-20221126-3219d2d-uxp-de0b4ac20-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-28.10.6a1.win32-git-20221126-d849524bd-uxp-de0b4ac20-xpmod.7z Win32 SSE https://o.rthost.win/palemoon/palemoon-28.10.6a1.win32-git-20221126-d849524bd-uxp-de0b4ac20-xpmod-sse.7z Win64 https://o.rthost.win/palemoon/palemoon-28.10.6a1.win64-git-20221126-d849524bd-uxp-de0b4ac20-xpmod.7z Official UXP changes picked since my last build: - [Network, DOM] Align our implementation with the current CORS/Fetch spec. (37f0199c7) - WebSocketChannel::CleanupConnection should run on the socket thread (7fab5ebd1) - [network] Fix Mac buffer overflow. (6408291d7) - [XPCOM] Deal with lstat potentially lying in nsLocalFileUnix. (dc04d9f79) - Issue #2027 - Use reserved stack space instead of heap allocation in nsLocalFile (eb0c06101) - Issue #2029 - Part 1: Add preference for opening the protocol handling dialog as window modal (36ddeff63) - Issue #2029 - Part 2: Protocol handling dialog should be `dependent` if not `modal` (bbd05cb4c) - Issue #2019 - Follow-up: Make nsPluginInstanceOwner also listen to keypress events in the system event group. (f35ae1ce7) 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 icudt58l.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.
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  37. Our cat of 20x40 cm has 11 or 12 years already (I've found it outside) and we hope that given the good life he has, he will live a long time, maybe until 20 years or more, we wish him that!
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  38. SURE, me too! Personally never drinking these, I'm OK with my energy! "Side Effects of Too Much Caffeine If you’ve tried to break your caffeine habit, then you know there are many negative side effects to ingesting too much caffeine. Side effects of too much caffeine include: Increased heart rate High blood pressure Heart palpitations Insomnia Dehydration Restlessness Caffeine withdrawal is associated with headache, marked fatigue, anxiety, tremors and irritability. Energy drinks also contain other substances touted to improve energy, such as taurine, ginseng, vitamin B, carnitine and bitter orange...".
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  39. I worry about teens drinking energy/sport drinks. https://www.sutterhealth.org/health/nutrition/risks-of-energy-drinks https://www.nccih.nih.gov/health/energy-drinks
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  40. You need to connect with people based on their common interests with yours. What are your hobbies, your favorite activities for now?.. I knew this was changing...when I was a kid, I collected postage stamps...but when I grew up, I dropped them completely
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  41. - when I see the young people in the streets of my city... hmmm I have not too nice thoughts... the drugs, the violence that you can feel.. Afraid to meet them at night! That's all I can say... Of course there are exceptions, of course, but they are not very visible.
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  42. I'm not sure I have a good opinion of people in general now and I question whether we've lost humanity. I know I'm socially inept... https://www.scienceofpeople.com/socially-inept/ 8 Signs You’re Socially Inept & How to Overcome Awkwardness ... but its not just me and I can recognize people here keep to themselves and there is something strange going on here in the States and people are very angry all the time and scowl.
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  43. Yes, @mina7601, you are a really exceptional person, polite and helpful always! I don't have a very good opinion of today's youth, but you are commendable, honorable exception. I understand you perfectly, when you avoid colleagues who have bad manners. I did the same thing at your age. I understand that it is difficult to find colleagues (or girls) of your level...but look for them!
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  44. I meant that I am hoping you are calling me so kind and polite and very helpful by your opinion, and that I am not making you call me so kind and polite and very helpful by force.
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  45. You already know my point of view in terms of Russia or unwanted, hidden connectoins to whatever. I avoid connections to many countries if possible. Especially, if I need privacy, anonymity and security! OpenVPN has a huge impact on the CPU, but in the case you are equipped with a powerful CPU, it's no problem at all. In my Windows XP system works a single core CPU from 2000, and OpenVPN is not really a good choice. But it works! The native protocols of Winfows XP work much better and have a very small impact on the CPU. Simply great if still supported by a VPN service.
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