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  1. I have moved the conversation to this thread:
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  2. I think there is no need to backport Firefox ESR versions newer than 78 for XP/Server 2003, as feodor2 said (more problems like inability to use single processes [multi-process are just for 2010s PCs and no one with them uses XP], no Flash Player support past v85). Even Firefox 102ESR-based web browsers (FX102 released in 2022!) doesn't have much better JS compatibility than 78 (tested on Waterfox G5, open.fm does not render correctly with it, unlike Opera GX or other chromium based browsers). I hope in future, MyPal 68 will have gradually better compatibility with 2021+ Javascript codes. So if you expected Proton UI on XP, it's unlikely to happen.
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  3. Windows XP SP2 has both functions(NtWaitForKeyedEvent, NtReleaseKeyedEvent ) :3
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  4. I thought, if every one can post on MSFN crappy random youtube video, why can't I do the same?
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  5. New regular/weekly KM-Goanna release: https://o.rthost.win/kmeleon/KM76.4.7-Goanna-20230603.7z Changelog: Out-of-tree changes: * update Goanna3 to git ed2747a092..193db9294d: - import changes from `dev' branch of rmottola/Arctic-Fox: - Bug 1071646 - Light refactoring of lexical binding helpers in Parser. (r=jorendorff) (08dd35a4aa) - Bug 1230710 - Reenable direct eval and arrow functions in derived class constructors. (r=jorendorff, r=shu) (8767ca1400) - Bug 1071646 - Make functions block-scoped in JS and implement Annex B semantics for compatibility. (r=jorendorff) (3a4b960615) - Bug 1071646 - Support labelled function declarations in sloppy mode per Annex B.3.2. (r=jorendorff) (7688ce37ca) - Bug 1071646 - Introduce JSOP_BINDVAR to support Annex B.3.3.3. (r=jorendorff) (6f19a9c7c9) - Bug 1071646 - Cast ParseNode to Definition using as<T>. (r=jorendorff) (c96ca0203c) - Bug 1071646 - Support JSOP_BINDVAR in Baseline. (r=jandem) (d7912d6cd7) - Bug 1071646 - Support JSOP_BINDVAR in Ion. (r=jandem) (9c76c0f995) - Bug 1227677 - Emit code for PNK_COMPREHENSIONFOR using separate code from that used for for-loops. r=shu (d565e9e21d) - Bug 1227677 - Minor renaming. r=shu (ec3a477823) - Bug 1227677 - Rename the misnomer |letDecl| variable associated with for-in/of loop variables to |letBlockScope|, as that's much closer to its actual meaning. (Notably, |for (let x of []);| does *not* mean |*letDecl|.) r=shu (c9feaa68c2) - Bug 1227677 - Simplify code in light of the fact that for-in/of loops never have a PNK_LEXICALSCOPE declaration node and therefore never have a letBlockScope requiring pushing and popping. r=shu (19ff248532) - Bug 1225298 - Use GCHashSet for SavedStack set of frames, r=terrence (9ed6c0f4c3) - Bug 1225474: Ensure we only ever seed the js::SavedStacks PRNG state with valid states. r=fitzgen (99c858644b) - Bug 1230162 - allocate less, when we can. r=luke (563337bc70) - Bug 1225298 - Use GCHashSet for SymbolRegistry, r=terrence (4d0cfc2931) - Bug 1227028: TraceLogger - Fix when to keep the payload of a TraceLogger event, r=bbouvier (cb3bea30fc) - Bug 1228238 - "TraceLogger: don't enable tracelogger unless TLOPTIONS is set". r=hv1989 (c9d56ad367) - Bug 1224809 - "TraceLogger: Document what are enabled in 'TLLOG=Default' and 'TLLOG=IonCompiler'". r=hv1989 (64b6ebceea) - Bug 1223767 - "TraceLogger: Assertion failure: i < size_, at js/src/vm/TraceLoggingTypes.h:210". r=hv1989 (1b50e8acb7) - Bug 1227914: TraceLogger - Limit the memory tracelogger can take, r=bbouvier (458da9b2f7) - Bug 1259403 - Tracelogger: Only increase capacity by multiples of 2, r=bbouvier (1e4bf23eab) - Bug 1225346 - Fix parseModule() error handling r=terrence (b100c793dc) - bug 1224308 - Remove some Makefile cruft. r=gps (f094c44df9) - Bug 1217911 - Use correct scope when bailing out a module script r=shu (c4f39cf294) - Bug 1230039 - IonMonkey: MIPS: Implement cacheFlush for Loongson3. r=jandem (01c5af81f2) - Bug 922406 - Ion-compile global scripts that use 'this'. r=shu (cb66effddf) - Bug 1227567 - Add Ion cache for module namepsace imports r=shu (72f4a4e971) - Bug 1216107 - Remove bogus assert. (r=arai) (bad84d1795) - Bug 1225367 - Fix bogus asserts when storing symbols to typed arrays. r=h4writer (0220c4ca3b) - Bug 1226188 - Define the DEFINED_ON_DISPATCH_RESULT macro such that it can be called with no arguments as well as with one argument. r=nbp (69138260f3) - Bug 1227567 - Add baseline IC to optimise module namespace imports r=shu (692aaf3e8a) - Bug 1226816: SharedStubs - Don't enable the call scripted get prop shared stub in ionmonkey yet, r=jandem (b71ff142f4) - Bug 1229396: Templatize get{Float,Double,SimdData}; r=jandem (3b75e4e4ff) - Bug 1229396: Templatize constants merging in the shared x86 masm; r=jandem (d32cdb2b1b) - Bug 1229396: Templatize Float/Double/SimdData in MacroAssembler-x86-shared.h; r=jandem (0ae16c027a) - Bug 1229396: Propagate OOM when pushing elements to the uses array; r=jandem (8ddb05d926) - bits of Backed out 2 changesets (bug 1229604) (1285191abd) - Bug 1229821 - IonMonkey: MIPS: Fix merge macro assemblers. r=bbouvier (078b702c7d) - Bug 1230404 - IonMonkey: MIPS32: Fix load32(wasm::SymbolicAddress, Register). r=bbouvier (c7861440e2) - Bug 1213165 - IonMonkey: MIPS32: Fix ion/bug901086.js failed. r=nbp f=rankov (63d3f07b39) - Bug 1230403 - IonMonkey: MIPS: Add add64 to mips32. r=arai (105e49c927) - Bug 1208259 - ARM64: Handle an empty nursery in branchValueIsNurseryObject(). r=bhackett (95d6a15432) - Bug 1207827 - Fix OOM error in ARM64 simulator. r=nbp (076d2a5a5e) - Bug 1204700 - ARM: Use a different scratch register for store32. r=sstangl (b6e70c4d26) - Bug 1221359 - Fix ARM assembler assertion that doesn't hold if we are OOM r=jolesen (7e79f2b4f9) - No bug. Remove some long obsolete files. r=woof! (c95a1f341b) (3931475e3b) - import changes from `dev' branch of rmottola/Arctic-Fox: - Bug 1200445 - Expose android native apps trough the navigator.mozApps api r=snorp,ferjm (5f2e5df93a) - Bug 1199844 - limit webapp debug logging to webapp tests; r=fabrice (59bf73deb2) - Bug 1199295 - Pass right loadingPrincipal to uriloader/prefetch - dom/apps (r=fabrice) (8bdab29703) - Bug 1213170 - followup r=bustage on a CLOSED TREE (9ac5f0a677) - Bug 1194243 - Keep the message manager alive in doUninstall() to be able to signal the result back; r=myk (3093189372) - Bug 1154864 - Fix getScopeByLocalId use in PushService.jsm r=nsm (0f67e9de60) - Bug 1196963 - Make extensions work without being in developer mode r=jduell (e120108628) - Bug 1200851 - DataStoreService should update its permission map when the homescreen changes, r=fabrice (1582ac0320) - Bug 1200851 - DataStoreService should update its permission map when the homescreen changes, r=fabrice (7949555b43) - Bug 1186805 - Replace nsBaseHashtable::EnumerateRead() calls in dom/datastore/ with iterators, r=njn (0c6f234576) - Bug 1208355 - Fix -Wshadow warnings in dom/datastore. r=baku (8b617685d4) - Bug 1214092 - Part 1 of 1: Exposed WebSpeech API SpeechRecognition Interface to privileged apps. r=smaug (e33c92d4e8) - Bug 1218337 - Part 1 of 1: Introduced permission 'speech-recognition' and used it in place of the app-check. r=smaug (1cdf67a55f) - Bug 1051604 - Adapt VAD strategy on SpeechRecognition to be less strict on some devices with poor mics. r=smaug (911258b56e) - Bug 1111135 - Part 1: Add audio-capture:3gpp perimission. r=fabrice (c98bee92a6) - bit of 1196988 (a334242521) - Bug 1193183 - Correctly implement SpeechRecognitionAlternative::confidence using ps_get_prob(). r=anatal (14a881b44f) - Bug 1197455 - Call ps_set_search() only after successful grammar compilation. r=anatal (55d37ea0fb) - Bug 1156560 - Prefer old CDMs on update if they are in use - r=cpearce (b763f1044a) - Bug 1228215 - Add helper to do dir enumeration in GMPServiceParent. r=jwwang (1d3bc1eef0) - Bug 1228215 - Store each GMP's storage and nodeId salt in separate directories. r=jwwang (20fb2b7a18) - Bug 1172396 - Update GMP trial creation pref from chrome process - r=cpearce (123d97d03a) - Bug 1228215 - Add a 'gmpName' parameter to GMPService::GetNodeId(), so each GMP can see a different nodeId for the same origin. r=jwwang (fceaef0c11) - fixes for no EME (b70879a799) - Bug 1228215 - Migrate existing GMP storage from post-42 pre-45 location to 45 location. r=jwwang (9da581744d) - missing crash stuff (b537d416b3) - Bug 1187193 - Use UserData() instead of Data() in ConstIter loops that used to be EnumerateRead's. r=njn (2a4c297f36) - Bug 1211337 - Added crash report annotations tracking sync shutdown (60b3004394) - Bug 1173195 - Don't assert success until successful in GMPSharedMemManager. r=edwin (3844ba6e20) - Bug 1208289 - Log outstanding frames in GMP DrainComplete() and detect dropped ResetComplete. r=jwwang (eccf4dbecc) - Bug 1224442: null-check GMP Parent Shmem messages from the Child to handle messages after shutdown r=cpearce (d12b9c57c2) - add some defines (3c4fc2d5b9) - Bug 1220929 - RemotePageManager should let us get all ports for a browser. r=Mossop (402fc2a536) - Bug 1220929 - RemotePageManager should use documentURI and allow special URLs with query params. r=Mossop (9fc73b228e) - Bug 1144422 - fix lightweight theme code to deal with invalid CSS so we don't mistakenly keep text colors, r=jaws (8b47394d6c) - Bug 1229519: Fix download managers to pass eslint checks. r=mak (e4a684db58) - Bug 1180113 - Introducing g2p algorithm inside pocketsphinx to allow out of dictionary words to be added to grammars. r=smaug (b3a23daf56) - Bug 1202989 - Added check for 0 length phones string in addition to NULL. r=andrenatal (387faeb88c) - Bug 1171082 - Now _WIN32_WINNT is defined to 0x0400 only if it is not defined, 0x0400 is the minimal version. Also modified update.sh to do this. r=smaug (bb7dd37c00) - bits of Bug 1165518 - Part 2: Replace prlog.h with Logging.h. (fc0ca3ca20) - Bug 1188970: Fix usage of forward slash in constructing webrtc trace file path. r=rjesup (8518b84be1) - Bug 1225682 - Don't use nsAuto{,C}String as class member variables in docshell/. r=bz (839a57580e) - Bug 1220916 - Remove "WARNING: TimelineConsumers could not be initialized" when running gtests, r=fitzgen (c89330afcc) - Bug 1217836 - Add a readme file to our timeline backend, r=jsantell (df0ea6b198) - enable shadow (dcad5bdb7a) (c4d71010c8) - import changes from `dev' branch of rmottola/Arctic-Fox: - Bug 1224810 - "TraceLogger: Add the script information for the event created by BytecodeCompiler". r=hv1989 (12b6891fa7) - Bug 1227677 - Simplify emitting of comprehension variables. r=shu (4e9ea2fee7) - bug 1223529 - remove ipc/chromium/Makefile.in. r=gps (8d71334ca0) - Bug 1225682 - Don't use nsAuto{,C}String as class member variables in widget/. r=roc (4355625107) - Bug 1225188. Implement window.onstorage. r=smaug (50168cdffb) - Bug 1286158 - Add Android 64bit support for libevent. r=billm (b33cb1fccf) - Bug 1162524: Fix error handling |UnixSocketWatcher::Connect|, r=kmachulis (04e67535b4) - Bug 1178514 - Mark one-argument constructors in IPDL tests as 'explicit'. r=bent (cc6fde1e1c) - some warnings stuff (68ecef6622) - Bug 1170231: Part 1 - Remove condition that may cause deadlock in IPC when mediating interrupt races; r=dvander (79dd6902a2) - Bug 1170231: Part 2 - Regression test for IPC race mediation deadlock; r=dvander (eabe33218f) - Bug 1167396 - Make ProtocolCloneContext::mContentParent a smart pointer. r=bent (519ad9f47e) - Bug 1213567: Prevent neutering from occurring during CreateWindow(Ex) calls; r=jimm (6550685051) - Bug 1177013 - Bug fixes for CPOW cancelation (r=dvander) (b50da43c07) - Bug 1217640 - MessageChannel::Call() should delete aMsg when the channel is not connected. r=jld (899b0e6349) - Bug 1159037: Ensure correct parent and child message are passed to MessageListener::MediateInterruptRace; r=dvander (96c1f42029) - Bug 1177013 - Telemetry for CPOW cancelation (r=dvander) (ec704af72c) - Bug 1050122 - Part 2: Disable preallocate when proc loader is not initialized. r=khuey (2d35b8e25e) (193db9294d) * Notice: the changelog above may not always applicable to XULRunner code which K-Meleon uses. A goanna3 source tree that has kmeleon adaption patch applied is available here: https://github.com/roytam1/palemoon27/tree/kmeleon76
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  6. 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-20230603-0996bd29e-xpmod.7z Win64 http://o.rthost.win/basilisk/basilisk55-win64-git-20230603-0996bd29e-xpmod.7z repo: https://github.com/roytam1/basilisk55 Repo changes: - [Basilisk] [SSUAO] Update chase.com override after breakage. (b168e4f9e) - import from UXP: Issue #2256 - Implement Object.hasOwn(object, property) (77bd8159) (851d50ff1) - import from UXP: Issue #2257 - Remove rematerialized frames after bailouts and exceptions. (2a7ff7ce) (0996bd29e)
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  7. New build of Serpent/UXP for XP! Test binary: Win32 https://o.rthost.win/basilisk/basilisk52-g4.8.win32-git-20230603-3219d2d-uxp-765a6434c-xpmod.7z Win64 https://o.rthost.win/basilisk/basilisk52-g4.8.win64-git-20230603-3219d2d-uxp-765a6434c-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-20230603-3219d2d-uxp-765a6434c-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-20230603-d849524bd-uxp-765a6434c-xpmod.7z Win32 IA32 https://o.rthost.win/palemoon/palemoon-28.10.6a1.win32-git-20230603-d849524bd-uxp-765a6434c-xpmod-ia32.7z Win32 SSE https://o.rthost.win/palemoon/palemoon-28.10.6a1.win32-git-20230603-d849524bd-uxp-765a6434c-xpmod-sse.7z Win64 https://o.rthost.win/palemoon/palemoon-28.10.6a1.win64-git-20230603-d849524bd-uxp-765a6434c-xpmod.7z Official UXP changes picked since my last build: - Issue #2256 - Implement Object.hasOwn(object, property) (77bd81595) - Issue #2257 - Remove rematerialized frames after bailouts and exceptions. (2a7ff7ce1) Official Pale-Moon changes picked since my last build: - [Pale-Moon] Issue #1925 - Add pref to control history menu length. (e3d51b39b) - [Pale-Moon] Issue #1925 - Follow-up: Don't show link items when pref is less than 1. (075eebec1) - [Pale-Moon] Issue #1925 - Follow-up: Throw errors on invalid values. (1768eb193) - [Pale-Moon] [SSUAO] Update chase.com override after breakage. (4b0e27bb4) No official Basilisk changes picked since my last build. My changes picked since my last build: - [Basilisk] [SSUAO] Update chase.com override after breakage. (765a6434c) 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.
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  8. Very good! Congratulation! You see no abstract labyrinth! It's not my package, and the installation should be done following my guide in any case. It was hard work to write it and also very time-consuming, BTW.
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  9. Okay everything is working now after applying the patched wuaueng.dll file.😱 I would also add the Internet Explorer settings to the "Restore_WU_XP_DE.7z" tool too. 😏 The slider bar to set the Trusted Zone to High was not visible for me. Only after i pressed on the "Default level" it showed up. 😒
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  10. That person later posted, “Norton says my Protection updates are ‘current.’” How is that relevant to Windows XP? Because Norton users running Windows XP or Vista were moved to Maintenance Mode at the same time (5 years ago). EOL for Norton versions 22.14 and earlier was announced 3 years ago, but the final Maintenance Mode version 25.15.5 for Windows XP was actually more recent than that. If it is still receiving definition updates, then it is every bit as “supported” as Avast 18.8, Malwarebytes 3.5.1, and another well-known antivirus that I won’t mention by name because the Gestapo would feel compelled to attack me as always. Norton’s support website appears to be in disarray at this time, so the links I have provided all lead to old Norton Community posts. AstroSkipper has already expressed his disinterest in Norton, and my own experience was limited to removal of a “free trial” from my Vista PC long ago. Would I encourage someone running XP to purchase a Norton license in 2023? No - but I feel exactly the same way about Malwarebytes Premium! I would seek out a free solution because definitions are liable to be cut off most any time now anyway. I should mention that Norton already threatened to cut off definitions on February 28, 2021, but later changed its mind. If anyone reading this is actually using Norton on XP (or even Vista, which would be the same version), please speak up!
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  11. Yay! Finally I'm able again to run D3D9 games and programs in Windows Vista Extended Kernel using the newer version of the Intel HD Graphics 4000 driver! So, I used WineD3D to do this. I copied the WineD3D d3d8.dll, d3d9.dll, and wined3d.dll files to System32, replacing the original ones. I also renamed the igdumdim64.dll and igdumdim32.dll files in System32 and SysWOW64. WineD3D works by emulating Direct3D 8 and 9 into OpenGL. However, it is not perfect and there are still some crashes. What it can do: Open the Intel HD Graphics control panel Play video files using Windows Media Player Play Chess Titans by running the chess.exe file located in the C:\Program Files\Microsoft Games\Chess folder Use screen savers (except Ribbons, crashes with code 0xc00000fd) Play D3D9 casual games and other light 3D rendering activities that are done by the D3D9 API What it cannot do: Use the Windows Aero theme Run DxDiag Perform D3D9 benchmarks Open Games from the Start menu (this might be a bug) Play D3D9 demanding games and other heavy 3D rendering activities that are done by the D3D9 API Other bugs: The video playback sometimes slowing down and not syncing with the audio in Windows Media Player if the video resolution is higher than 480p or if the Windows Media Player is maximized Windows Explorer crashes upon closing the Windows Photo Viewer Some fullscreen games don't revert the screen resolution when exiting fullscreen mode, going to desktop by pressing Windows logo key, or switching between windows. They only revert the screen resolution after quitting the game DXVK's D3D9 also most likely will work in Windows Vista Extended Kernel, even much better than WineD3D. However, DXVK only works on graphic cards with Vulkan API, and Intel HD Graphics 4000 doesn't support Vulkan. Proof: GTA San Andreas also works successfully on WineD3D. But if the Visual FX Quality is too high, the game will become very slow and unplayable, especially when in Red County. And the intro's FMV only plays the audio but still can be skipped. Unlike when using the native D3D9 which the game keep runs smoothly even with highest graphics quality on the same hardware and also can play the intro's FMV videos perfectly. Hope the DXVK's D3D9 will improve the performance so much and become faster and better graphics quality than the native D3D9.
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  12. How so? A bit contradictory, don't you agree? You wrote yourself your decade old 980ti works fine. What was "planned" in it? Or you want an eternal videocard? Perhaps start looking towards Romanian video cards then? What's the Crash file doin in your game folder then? Even its name kinda suggests it can do bad things to you. Could it be your super funny joke about Service pack No. 1866? The games might actually rely on that info. EDIT. No, I'm not interested in low to mid range cards, so no driver for 2060, sorry, perhaps ask the others?
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  13. I told you, the driver is very special, it's a developer driver without the artificial FPS lock at poor values, like they do for ordinary peasants. This story is endless, they do it on purpose, you can find videos. From time to time, they leak developer drivers, once in a blue moon.
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  14. You're welcome! Must be a bad tutorial you found! You also need to add the device name at the bottom of the file. The driver is fully compatible with all 900 series. As for your question, I run 2019.4.26 absolutely trouble free, but I'm on Intel and Tiatn X. Are you sure your hardware's fine? Maybe a defect? The 980 card should be almost a decade now.
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  15. Try WinSCP 5.1.8 (portable). Run it by ImportPatcher to see what is missing.
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  16. I thought, if every one can post on MSFN crappy random youtube video, why can't I do the same?
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  17. Sure, and noone said (or at least I never said) that this kind of posts violate MSFN rules. They do violate the (unwritten) rules of good taste and common sense, which are - as you might well know - two among the most uncommon things, and anyway very flexible and personal ones, so noone (I believe) should be banned for violating them. But a stern look of disapproval seems appropriate anyway: jaclaz
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  18. I thought, if every one can post on MSFN crappy random youtube video, why can't I do the same?
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  19. Updated It can get to a point where you don't end up getting to have the same username everywhere. It isn't the end of the world.
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  20. Is this a kindergarten now? It was your friend Dixel who introduced the term “fake news” into this thread. I agreed with him, and you had no objections, so it must be some other new member who you now think is “teacher’s pet.” I simply dislike implausible posts, but I will try harder to disregard yours in the future.
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