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  1. BabelPad is not a font editor, it's an (advanced) unicode text editor. You can't use TTC fonts but you can split them into TTF fonts which you can then use, TTC being several TTF fonts merged into one file. Several tools let you do that. Check out TTCTools, UniteTTC, FTMaster or FontForge.
  2. @Goodmaneuver, I'm using JRE 7 update 76 without any psapi hack, this might well be obsolete with newer KernelEx, I had completely forgotten about it.
  3. I've made a post or some posts somewhere on here on how to unpack JREs as it's a bit involved. Once this is done you can just launch Burp with the unpacked JRE using an appropriate batch file or shortcut, "javaw.exe -jar burp.jar" in its simplest form without paths.
  4. I am using JRE7, it supports TLS 1.2 as there is no difference between connecting to MSFN with or without Burp, both uses TLS v1.2 256 bit AES (2048 bit RSA/SHA). If JRE6 doesn't support TLS 1.2, then Burp obviously can't work on websites that have deprecated lower TLS versions completely as it relies 100% on Java cryptography.
  5. No need for Burp Pro, You export the certificate from Burp under Tab Proxy/Tab Options/Proxy Listeners and then import it in Opera under Preferences/Security/Manage Certificates. All will go seamlessly then. Burp sometimes corrupts the registry indeed. Fix it by deleting HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\JavaSoft\Prefs key but you'll loose whatever Burp settings you have including the automatically generated certificate. You might want to export HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\JavaSoft\Prefs\burp when it's not corrupted and merge it if you need as to avoid having to export/import certificate again and again. I have no Burp errors with Sourceforge.
  6. @Goodmaneuver you need to generate a certificate in Burp and then import it in Opera and any other program you want to use the https proxy with. Not too sure what you try to do with Babelpad but if you want to see installed fonts with it you need to use Tools/Character Map from the menu bar. You can also see them with Fonts/Composite Font Mapping. File open menu is for opening documents not fonts. If you want to see characters of single fonts in BabelMap (or character map of BabelPad) you also need to be in single font mode and select the font you want to view through the drop down selection box.
  7. BTW, if you want to visit Sourceforge with Opera 12 without using an online proxy you can install Burp Suite Community Edition proxy which requires at least JRE 7 with Cryptography Extension (JCE) Unlimited Strength installed.
  8. Latest Babelmap (and Babelpad) works fine with KernelEX and is the best (only?) tool to manage your font folder Unicode coverage. Opera 12 won't support newest Unicode planes (not sure which is the last supported version and maybe this is down to which uniscribe version it uses) but if you've got the fonts supporting those installed then you can always copy the text with missing characters and paste it in Babelpad to see what it's about.
  9. And for recording small GIF animations only Licecap is very good: https://www.cockos.com/licecap/
  10. Registered version has some advanced features that aren't essential. Other than that, it's completely free, doesn't expire and has no nag screen.
  11. UVScreenCamera: http://www.uvsoftium.com/UVScreenCamera.php
  12. Opera.exe is less than 1MB of which nearly 90% are icons whereas opera.dll is nearly 15MB, all the browser code is in the dll.
  13. Since Dependency Walker finds your cpl file is not a valid executable it means this file is corrupted. Run scandisk including surface scan on the system drive. If it tells you something about bad sectors, replace your drive, if it doesn't, replace your cpl file from backup or install cab.
  14. I used WDM drivers for Win 2000, they worked fine on Win ME but had to install them "manually", eg unpack them and then direct the hardware wizard to that folder. I can't remember the driver version unfortunately .
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