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  1. New build of Serpent/UXP for XP! Test binary: Win32 https://o.rthost.win/basilisk/basilisk52-g4.8.win32-git-20221203-3219d2d-uxp-74a139ee2-xpmod.7z Win64 https://o.rthost.win/basilisk/basilisk52-g4.8.win64-git-20221203-3219d2d-uxp-74a139ee2-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-20221203-3219d2d-uxp-74a139ee2-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-20221203-d849524bd-uxp-74a139ee2-xpmod.7z Win32 SSE https://o.rthost.win/palemoon/palemoon-28.10.6a1.win32-git-20221203-d849524bd-uxp-74a139ee2-xpmod-sse.7z Win64 https://o.rthost.win/palemoon/palemoon-28.10.6a1.win64-git-20221203-d849524bd-uxp-74a139ee2-xpmod.7z Official UXP changes picked since my last build: - Issue #2036 - Prevent GTK color picker from being frozen when launched from a modal XUL window (6d6d149b6) - Issue #2030 - (chore) refactor event dispatch functions (4d310562d) - Issue #2030 - Allow child nodes of button to participate in mouse hit tests (4354c7a1b) - Issue #2030 - Pref-gate default button event dispatch logic (3f073056d) - Issue #2030 - Dispatch click on common interactive ancestor if mousdown/up are not on the same element (b4dd10626) - Issue #2022 Follow-Up - Add autorelease to our manual NSView to prevent potential leaks. Also move titlebar overrides from BaseWindow to ToolbarWindow... This caused problems in Waterfox Classic on Ventura, while this didn't seem to be necessary in UXP... There is no need for those overrides in BaseWindow, so why risk potential problems. https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1576387 https://github.com/WaterfoxCo/Waterfox-Classic/commit/d7f5814dc089f615385a00db4dfe187c6aefa1af (e10eeed77) - No Issue - Fix building ldap on MacOS. Discovered this problem building Epyrus on MacOS, based on this Mozilla Bug: https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1652906 (7354cde3e) 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.
    11 points
  2. Brief Update. So the search for updates in WUv4 works thanks @WinFX again only unfortunately results.asp is missing because it was not archived properly. It redirects to splash.asp?page=3. That means we can't view or install the updates. I think that we will find a solution for this problem. The Update Catalog is the next project. Here some screenshots:
    7 points
  3. I'm a bit late to the announcement but this is extremely sad news for me. I credit Den a lot for me becoming a moderator here on MSFN. I still remember he offered the position to me to which I humbly and graciously accepted it. We had some good discussions back and forth and because he was originally into Windows 98 like I was, we easily found common ground that way. Den was a very kind, cordial, and courteous person. When I first heard he was diagnosed with cancer, I was deeply saddened. I lost both my grandparents to cancer and my mother is a cancer survivor, so I don't like cancer very much to say the least. As optimistic as he seemed to be about keeping the cancer at bay, I was really hoping he'd return one day like nothing ever happened. But he'd go months without any sort of an update and that was very worrying to me. Now the worst has happened, but he is at peace now and pain-free, which is the best thing out of a horrible situation like this. Rest in Peace buddy, until we meet again!
    7 points
  4. 5 points
  5. Updated links in first post. Ungoogled and Regular. Regular restores Chrome Web Store and Translate to English. Both versions remove context menu "share" entries, resolve English translation when deleting favorites subfolder from bookmark bar, remove "mobile" bookmark context menu entries, think that's all of the changes.
    5 points
  6. Wait, for real? I never talked with him personally as far as I remember, but for the short year or two I've been on this site, I've seen him *everywhere*. I didn't even know anything was wrong. Definitely did a lot and I pray him and his family peace.
    5 points
  7. God rest his soul
    5 points
  8. @j7n @UCyborg @VistaLover If you're interested guys, I also found out the minimum Firefox non-ESR version required to render the discourse-based site "boards.straightdope.com". The minimum Firefox non-ESR version required for it to load fully is 89.0.
    5 points
  9. Wow! I'm stunned. I thought it had been awhile since we had heard from him. I have to agree with @Sampei.Nihiram in that we're hearing a lot of sad and stunning news lately. These announcements increasinly take the wind out of you. Above all, I appreciate dencorso's help over the years with tech questions. My condolences to those here who knew him best.
    5 points
  10. thanks @roytam1 for all you do for this community without you windows xp-vista would be completely unusable your the best!-legacyfan (and merry christmas)
    5 points
  11. WinNTSetup 5.3 Beta 3 - WinCopy: fixed boot files creation in some cases - WinCopy: Volume selection shows needed size - WinCopy: temporary shrink option - WinCopy: added "-shrink" And -"MergeIDE" command line switches - WinCopy: fixed CLI version wrongly reports error - Unattend: Win7-11-Select.xml disables 42 days password expire - MinWin: some fixes for Windows 11 explorer - MinWin: fixed MUI files other than *.mui were removed - MinWin: fixed bootmenu fonts
    5 points
  12. 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.
    4 points
  13. Let's not start talking about upvotes and likes again. That thread was closed for a reason, do not hijack another thread just to resurface its discussion.
    4 points
  14. @Dietmar I have added mentioned fix to both source trees, here are updated files for XP and 2003 https://www.mediafire.com/file/cboxm3x9ctb9i1u/ACPI_7777.6_x86+x64_5.1+5.2.7z/file
    4 points
  15. You are already out of date. Why all this interest in my (exact) seniority? I am already feeling old enough , I don't need a timer to remind me how much. jaclaz
    4 points
  16. Sorry all for the brief hiatus from continuing the work on the list. I've been swamped at work lately (Christmas time - which means hundreds of packages to deliver every day ) I will try my best to work on the list when possible this month, but I probably won't be able to do much until January when "peak season" (as we refer to it at the USPS) is over. Thank you all for understanding, and Happy Holidays, everyone!
    4 points
  17. I absolutely hate to hear this. He pinned my topic for me in the Vista subforum a few years ago, and he was always very kind and pleasant to interact with. He will be greatly missed.
    4 points
  18. 4 points
  19. Even at my age, I will never get used to reading, with resignation, sad news like this. Life at a certain age stops giving and starts taking. When I read news like this I always remember a movie where, after a funeral, the pastor consoles the remaining relatives with the usual phrase: "He has gone to a better place." A response: "I don't think father that the earth is better place than the air." I hope our souls will be released from the body to truly go to a better place. R.I.P.
    4 points
  20. Overheard the news that police around these parts is exercising aggravated control, hunting for distracted drivers. So not only we have smartphone addicts behind the wheel, some people shave behind the wheel!?
    4 points
  21. ... Due to time constraints (RL), I mostly get notified about additions to this thead via e-mail notifications (in my e-mail client, NOT browser), i.e. I don't open my browser to surf this thread as often as I used to ... I then click on the "Go to this Post" button only for those notifications I deem "urgent"; the rest, I'll visit when I have more spare time... MSFN software ONLY sends an e-mail notification the first time a reply is submitted to the thread, not on subsequent edits of the same post ; while I do agree multiple consecutive posts by the same person (resembling a "chat" room ) might appear somewhat "annoying" to some members, at least there are use cases, like mine, where they could actually serve a purpose ... Edit: OTOH, @NotHereToPlayGames could have waited until he had concluded ALL of his tests (and generated all the relevant screenshots) and then post all his findings in one single, initial, post ; no "rush" to a posting "spree" was warranted, IMHO ...
    3 points
  22. This year just keeps being awful. Had no idea of the weight of the baggage he was carrying. May he rest in peace.
    3 points
  23. Here are some screenshots of it in action
    3 points
  24. @WinWord2000 I can't help but think that Windows XP had diverged considerably away from Windows 2000 once SP3 was issued. This thread is specifically not concerning Windows 2000, as its title states. Stay on topic here please, and if necessary start your own thread about this in the Windows 2000 section. You can put links here to it, and hopefully you will get relevant input to it from the contributors here.
    3 points
  25. Forget YouTube, try Piped - https://piped.kavin.rocks/ - one of the alternative front-ends. If you'll wait for official YouTube site to work smoothly on UXP, you'll probably wait a looooong time in best case scenario and TBH, you can feel the YT interface being a bit of a slug even on Chromium on newer computers.
    3 points
  26. I actually said that an image in one of your other posting showed as blank, not that your entire post was blank. And I already saw the image by my little element inspecting. I bet it's one of uBlock Origin's default filters, at least it was in my case.
    3 points
  27. Right, this personal bickering has gone on long enough, again! If you want the 'reputation' system changed, I suggest that you PM @xper who is the owner of this forum. It will not be changed without his decision. This thread is now locked.
    3 points
  28. Yes I prefer personnally to have the "off-topics" from time to time... well, moderators may not agree with me, but this seems to me more alive, the topics are more interesting... more alive! I don't mind the off-topics, I mean. And it's cool to be able to say by the likes, that I like the response of my interlocutor. I like the likes.
    3 points
  29. Thank you @D.Draker your posting was touching.
    3 points
  30. Someone took his time to help you ? It worked > put a like to show appreciation, this is very simple, no ? Like @AstroSkipper recently wrote , we don't earn money from this, but have plenty of unappreciative ****** in return. I personally had several cases of this recently.
    3 points
  31. Both links 404 for me currently ; CDN issue? FTR, nowhere to be found inside: https://o.rthost.win/basilisk/?sort=date&order=desc
    3 points
  32. New regular/weekly KM-Goanna release: https://o.rthost.win/kmeleon/KM76.4.7-Goanna-20221203.7z Changelog: Out-of-tree changes: * update Goanna3 to git 4f15bc133e..3fd460890c: - import changes from `dev' branch of rmottola/Arctic-Fox: - Bug 1154563 - Drop the unused argument of WorkerPrivate::Close(); r=baku (366f353f9f) - Bug 1178721 - Implement SuspendWorkersForWindow;r=khuey (a49bc9a306) - Bug 1207490 - Part 6: Remove use of expression closure from browser/devtools/. r=vporof (1c4d153319) - Bug 1198982: Don't fail the SW load for an importScripts failure. r=bkelly (948f5dca94) - Bug 1160890 - Part 1: Remove unneeded code from ImportScripts(). r=smaug (e31f7c82eb) - Bug 1160890 - Part 2: ImportScripts() should return muted errors with 3rd party scripts. r=smaug (347e54a605) - Bug 1188141: Make Worker error events not bubble. r=baku (509fd46933) - Bug 1160890, r=smaug (0ce3ee09d6) - Bug 1208687: Only discard events from the outermost queue. r=ehsan (bce722c16b) - Bug 949376 - MessageEvent::initMessageEvent, r=smaug (8878e51c91) - Bug 1214772 - Part 2: Make FetchEvent inherit from ExtendableEvent; r=bzbarsky (edff91f7fb) - Bug 1218131 - Mark FetchEvent.request as SameObject; r=bzbarsky (1f79b94838) - Bug 1188545 - Add tests for service workers' lifetime management. r=nsm (9bac3b9f2d) - Bug 1218135 - Remove FetchEvent.client; r=bzbarsky (e95e4e5326) - Bug 1218151 - Make FetchEventInit.isReload default to false; r=bzbarsky (795d597a3b) - Bug 1218621 - Keep the service worker alive while the promise passed to FetchEvent.respondWith() settles; r=catalinb (653633c136) - Bug 1212636 - Add a better error message for the content corrupcted error caused by the Promise being passed to FetchEvent.respondWith; r=bkelly (d6ebabc2f2) - Bug 1215140 P4 Make service worker respondWith() use channel ConsoleReportCollector. r=bz (0e07f364d4) - Bug 1218499 - Make FetchEvent.request nullable; r=bzbarsky (850630ea6d) - Bug 1179397 - Disallow FetchEvent.respondWith() when the dispatch flag is unset; r=jdm (2e57abf1c6) - Bug 1215140 P5 Report the line number where respondWith() was called. r=bz (484e385ce3) - Bug 1161239 - Emit a warning if the respondWith handler is resolved with a non-Object value; r=baku (cf2779f827) - Bug 1181054 - Part 1: Move FormFillIterator and FormDataParser to FetchUtil.cpp; r=bkelly (9f62174f72) - Bug 1181054 - Part 2: Refactor the code to extract an HTTP header from a buffer from FormDataParser; r=bkelly (7f57f76ce1) - Bug 1181054 - Part 3: Correctly handle upload channels that have embedded body headers when dispatching a FetchEvent; r=bkelly (ebbfac4419) - Bug 1181054 - Part 4: Make fetch-event.https.html pass; r=bkelly (b2d88a3f5b) - Bug 1215140 P6 Update service worker interception error strings to include detailed parameters. r=bz (7918278f09) - Bug 1219852 P1 Extract common JS values for rejected respondWith() promises. r=bz (12a6beed6c) - Bug 1219852 P2 Report non-response values passed to FetchEvent.respondWith(). r=bz (69fdad9d5f) - Bug 1207068 - Implement ExtendableMessageEvent interface. r=baku (29fd7c1c59) - Bug 1224061: Make Event::InitEvent infallible. r=smaug Bug 1224061 followup to fix bustage. r=me on a CLOSED TREE IGNORE IDL (b4fc91b14b) - Bug 1205109 - Make pushsubscriptionchange extendable. r=mt (abb45ac864) - Bug 1207491 - Part 8: Remove use of expression closure from browser/omponents/nsBrowserContentHandler.js. r=Gijs (98dcb2cbee) - Bug 1182571: Followup bustage fix from merge fail. CLOSED TREE (5062c88996) - Bug 1213646: Allow URI_IS_UI_RESOURCE and safe about: URIs when SEC_ALLOW_CHROME is set. r=bz (6ca4e2322f) - Bug 1191645 - Use channel->asycnOpen2 in dom/base/nsSyncLoadService.cpp. r=sicking (3fbd471f6b) - Bug 1194526 - Use channel->asycnOpen2 in dom/base/nsScriptLoader.cpp (r=sicking) (7207efa45b) - Bug 1084009 - Part 1/3 - Parse sync scripts off the main thread. r=smaug (72f4d5c749) - Bug 1084009 - Part 2/3 - Only parse scripts off-main-thread on multicore systems. r=luke (ffb7e2270e) - Bug 1209193 - Cache PR_GetNumberOfProcessors when checking to do off-main-thread script compilation. r=luke (c514373ad7) - Bug 663570 - MetaCSP Part 7: CSP preload validation (r=bz) (5398116f85) - Bug 1207863 - Fix ScopeIter iterating a strict eval frame that errored out before its CallObject was allocated. (r=jorendorff) (ae38882b7c) - Bug 1223006 - Fix some typo in spidermonkey's comments. r=nbp (7d49536a0f) - Bug 1223490 - Use stable hashing for InnerViewTable; r=jonco (12b4329982) (fb9b106168) - import changes from `dev' branch of rmottola/Arctic-Fox: - Bug 1172870 - Implement service workers clients.openWindow for desktop (non-e10s). r=baku,smaug (b236bb7abe) - Bug 1188545 - Prevent service workers from being terminated while checking if the script evaluation was successful. r=nsm (c92e4159f4) - Bug 1214300 - AsyncErrorReporter doesn't use JSRuntime param., r=smaug (91534bd3e3) - Bug 1202001 - Log errors emitted during service worker lifecycle events to the Web Console; r=bkelly (a28967cbc7) - Bug 1189673 - Set FetchEvent.request.headers' guard to immutable before dispatching the FetchEvent; r=bkelly (9e49512912) - Bug 1215140 P7 Remove old service worker interception logging. r=bz (ecbf828102) - Bug 1215140 P8 Remove now unnecessary interception values from ErrorList.h. r=bz (1fa026bef7) - Bug 1215140 P9 Provide file and line number when FetchEvent.preventDefault() cancels a request. r=bz (fb9bc6ba03) - Bug 1215140 P10 Avoid AddRef'ing the nsIChannel OMT. r=bz (cf82339f63) - Bug 1216401: Eviscerate nsIDOMWindow, move still needed methods to nsPIDOMWindow. r=bz (9bd51a95eb) - Bug 1172870 - Part 1 - Move PBrowser::CreateWindow to PContent. r=smaug (f91e410853) - Bug 1172870 - Part 2 - Enable ServiceWorkerClients::OpenWindow on e10s desktop. r=smaug (aefff3b138) - Bug 1222097 - Resolve the openWindow URL using the service worker URL as the base URL. r=bkelly (6ebd7fe6c9) - Bug 1172870 - Part 3 - Fix openWindow mochitest to work on e10s. r=smaug (9652eead7a) - Bug 1191724, ensure private browser flag is set on docshell early enough, r=fabrice (38f909e960) - Bug 1189964 - Fix a crash handling drags on dying windows. r=smaug (3b7bf446d7) - misspatch of 1162700 (ceb869512f) (492d5f663a) - Reverted "Bug 1216401: Eviscerate nsIDOMWindow, move still needed methods to nsPIDOMWindow. r=bz" (3fd460890c) * Notice: the changelog above may not always applicable to XULRunner code which K-Meleon uses. A goanna3 source tree that has kmeleon adaption patch applied is available here: https://github.com/roytam1/palemoon27/tree/kmeleon76
    3 points
  33. 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-20221203-c47e9f085-xpmod.7z Win64 http://o.rthost.win/basilisk/basilisk55-win64-git-20221203-c47e9f085-xpmod.7z repo: https://github.com/roytam1/basilisk55 Repo changes: - import from UXP: - Issue #2036 - Prevent GTK color picker from being frozen when launched from a modal XUL window (058474229) - Issue #2022 Follow-Up - Add autorelease to our manual NSView to prevent potential leaks. Also move titlebar overrides from BaseWindow to ToolbarWindow. (a061db91d) (a2c7ff5a3) - ported from UXP: Issue #2030 - (chore) refactor event dispatch functions (814fa6e3b) (253c7902a) - import from UXP: Issue #2030 - Allow child nodes of button to participate in mouse hit tests (a585aeacf) (cc57d007f) - import from UXP: Issue #2030 - Pref-gate default button event dispatch logic (41fed1ebf) (ff40ca288) - ported from UXP: Issue #2030 - Dispatch click on common interactive ancestor if mousdown/up are not on the same element (0494d561c) (c47e9f085)
    3 points
  34. Google and their Android Auto...old versions just stop working and newer ones leave old Android versions behind. I stumbled upon this recently, he films the paper with car specs and price at the end (2:27) where Android Auto is mentioned with Android 5.0+ requirement. This was filmed in late 2021 and even then Google said "No way, Jose" as far as Android 5 support goes, today they want Android 8+... Seems there's no actual alternative and if I've read correctly from the source I can't find ATM, communication between head unit and the phone is encrypted.
    3 points
  35. Yes, and I have some examples for that. Google Chrome, as of version 99, got an experimental new download UI that is similar to Microsoft Edge and Firefox's download UI. Mozilla Firefox, as of version 106, got some PDF editing tools (some being similar to Edge), and setting Firefox as your default browser, also sets it as the default PDF reader, exactly in the same way as Edge.
    3 points
  36. @WinGlass it is strange the way companies always try to be like each other all the time if they would just be themselves and do there own thing it would be a whole lot better for everyone
    3 points
  37. Yes, I never forgot you.
    3 points
  38. I don't really need reputation to do good on here (and I don't really need any) it's nice when members do give some but its really not needed to do good on here (I'm happy without it)
    3 points
  39. Updated Win10 skin -- https://www.dropbox.com/s/mr15hmwqv4h5opc/jisu9_chrome.srx?dl=1
    3 points
  40. "Likes" or "upvotes" are the signal of appreciation that someone can give to posters, so they are useful, I think..
    3 points
  41. If you run DC Browser from desktop shortcut, right click on it and select Properties, add --ignore-certificate-errors at the end in the Target textbox in the Properties Dialog box.
    3 points
  42. The UpdatePacks are being completely rebuilt in the XP2ESD project because I found a bug in the UpdatePacks and George is building after 1.6.3 release. and some updates are missing
    3 points
  43. Do not create duplicate intro threads.
    3 points
  44. The mention function requires writing the username after the @ manually. Writing the @ then pasting the name causes this to happen. Probably intentional behavior, but it looks weird to me.
    3 points
  45. First I want to say "Thanks!" @roytam1 for all these new builds released nearly every week and the permission to mirror them on my own website! Can't remember when I did that last time... Your work is really appreciated by all who are writing here and additionally a lot of silent users! And not to forget "Thanks!" to all supporters and contributors! Second Sorry for posting a bit late, I'm still worn out by SARS-CoV-2 - nothing really bad, I'm just some kind of exhausted/sluggish. Third The mirror of latest ArcticFox 40, BNavigator 0.9, Firefox 45ESR, IceApe 52, IceDove 52, K-Meleon 1.5.x/74/76, MailNews 52, New Moon 26.5/27/28, RetroZilla, RZ browser and Serpent 52/55 builds by @roytam1 has been updated -> soggi.org - tools. changelog: - added latest BNavigator 0.9 20221126 build - added latest IceApe 52 20221126 build - added latest IceDove 52 20221126 build - added latest K-Meleon 76 20221126 build - added latest MailNews 52 20221126 build - added latest New Moon 27 20221126 builds - added latest New Moon 28 20221126 builds - added latest Serpent 52 20221126 builds - added latest Serpent 55 20221126 builds To don't lose track of things I want to update too someday... todo: - add various flash player versions - add FlashFix for WinXP - add VLC 2.2.8 (WinXP non-SSE2) - add polyfill addons ------------------------------------------- I don't have this backspace problem myself, just thought that this input may help someone!? I have this "YT problem" too, but thought it is related to latest hot s*** YT uses to render the page. But nevertheless YT still works...yeah it's extremely slow, I know. After doing a reconnect to my ISP I got an IP from a completely different IP range and could connect to the former FTP with WinSCP, the ladder still fails. So my IP (range) was the problem, it just has been blocked. This FTP is very old, has a lot of important files and I don't know how long it will be available in the future. So I begun to mirror the two directories which are important to me (/pub/Hardware/stuff/ and /pub/Hardware/vendor/) - still not finished (11.7 GiB until now), if I get 50 kb/s I can be really happy (the FTP is the slow part, not my internet connection). But nevertheless: Thank you, I really appreciate your efforts! BTW Welcome back! BTW2 I would recommend WinSCP instead of FileZilla. The latest version (portable) still works under WinXP and up - you can also install WinSCP 5.15.9 (XP) / 5.17.5 (Vista) and replace the executable with the one from the latest portable version (actually 5.21.6). kind regards soggi
    3 points
  46. I am so sad. He was a great person. I knew him since my first days on MSFN, many, many years ago, and besides the public interactions on the board we had a lot of correspondence via PM's, both on computing and on a whole range of different topics, from cinema and TV to art and linguistics (he could read and understand very well Italian and I can understand a very little Portuguese, we had a common interest in Latin - as root of both languages - and we often exchanged opinions on these and many other things), I considered him a friend. I will greatly miss him and our exchanges. Besides his great work in helping and advising other people on technical matters, he was always polite and just (as a moderator), while often managing to keep a veil of humour in his posts. He told me about his illness, describing it as a "a quite mean cancer", from the tone of his latest messages he was fighting fiercely against it, and was hoping to defeat it only one month before, at the end of september. May he R.I.P. jaclaz
    3 points
  47. Is that website of "https"? I found this question long time ago ,so I updated the certificate, then I have never found this tip
    2 points
  48. I tried loading those two URIs in Serpent 52.9.0 (32-bit); no success (blank tab) : web.telegram.org/k => ReferenceError: customElements is not defined Also, beware of that URI, as it serves a "CryptoWorker" script... web.telegram.org/z => SyntaxError: invalid identity escape in regular expression
    2 points


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