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CoRoNe

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About CoRoNe

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  • Birthday 10/17/1984

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    http://rwijnsma.home.xs4all.nl/

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  1. The compilation of OpenSSL 1.1.1 is part of my FFmpeg buildscript, which uses Cygwin and MinGW, so no MSVC. I've only visited this thread because you notified me, Mathwiz. What exactly is this Cryptography project? What can it be used for?
  2. I'm still on WinXP, so I've also compiled openssl-x86-v1.1.1a_legacy.7z on WinXP. https://github.com/openssl/openssl/blob/master/crypto/rand/rand_win.c#L22: # if defined(_MSC_VER) && defined(_WIN32_WINNT) && _WIN32_WINNT >= 0x0601 With WIN32_WINNT being 0x0501 this should return false, should it not?
  3. Hehe. Zoom Player's old icon.
  4. A 3 and 1½ year old binary respectively. I'd recommend a more up-to-date binary.
  5. If I'm correct, Github now also uses javascript that PM27 can't run. The preview feature while posting message for instance doesn't work anymore. I have no experience with Baselisk, or any other alternative browser, but would they work?
  6. Wow! Just wow! Your json in addendum1 actually works. Thanks a lot! I don't visit this website that much, but when I do, it's first of all for my extractor script project. By scraping, analysing and processing the site's source I try to extract the video-url for the videos they host. The one I link to is still "BatchGemist", but in a couple of days I'm about release a first "BashGemist" variant. Too bad for you it does and will only support Dutch websites. On a family's laptop I've already done just that. With ... $ xidel -s -H "Cookie: CONSENTMGR=ts:1546358787966|consent:true|c1:0; OPTOUTMULTI=0:0%7Cc5:0%7Cc1:0%7Cc4:0%7Cc3:0%7Cc2:0; TN_UUID=edae8abd-659b-477a-8dfe-caf4d718fcd7; 706b604c-184a-4235-899c-a744921ce65ceuconsent=BOZs6AnOZs6AnADABANLB_-AAAAjCAcAAiABUAC4AIAAZABEgCaAJ4AWwAxABuAD8AIAARgApQBXADvAIQARaAjgCOgEuAJ2AVkAuoBgQDiAHugP0A_YCCg; 706b604c-184a-4235-899c-a744921ce65ccconsent=BOZs6AnOZs6AnADABANLAEAAAAAE54EfETAAQgAAHAA; utag_main=v_id:01680a2a9c200013725d1ee67abe02068001400d0086e$_sn:1$_ss:1$_st:1546360591204$ses_id:1546358791204%3Bexp-session$_pn:1%3Bexp-session$dc_group:79$dc_visit:1$dc_event:1%3Bexp-session; gig_canary=false; gig_canary_ver=2155-1-25772625; AMCV_A1DF40865A97CDF00A495C28%40AdobeOrg=1999109931%7CMCMID%7C60597001633179420918454649860814799344%7CMCAID%7CNONE; gig_hasGmid=login; 706b604c-184a-4235-899c-a744921ce65ceuconsent=BOZs6AnOZs6AnADABANLB_-AAAAjB7_______9______9uz_Gv_v_f__33e8__9v_l_7_-___u_-33d4-_1vf99yfm1-7ftr3tp_87ues2_Xur__59__3z3_Nog; 706b604c-184a-4235-899c-a744921ce65ccconsent=BOZs6AnOZs6AnADABANLAEAAAAAE6ACgACAH0AQABOA; 706b604c-184a-4235-899c-a744921ce65cfaktorId=e024bb11-1299-48e3-bde1-107f1e68860c; s_cc=true; s_sq=%5B%5BB%5D%5D; lastConsentChange=1546358793852" "https://www.kijk.nl" -e '$raw' I could have Xidel return the main website's content, but just copy-pasting the long cookie line in the response-header in Pale Moon's network console. Obviously I hadn't looked any further than that (to make it work in NM27 as well). Cookies get stored in '%UserProfile%\Application Data\Moonchild Productions\Pale Moon\Profiles\xxxxxxxx.default\cookies.sqlite', aren't they? I very much would like to know how CookieKeeper interprets this file. Great addon of course, but, well..., then I can do it myself. $ xidel -s kijk-consent-cookies.json -e '$json/(cookies)()/(expires * dayTimeDuration("PT1S") + dateTime("1970-01-01T00:00:00"))' 2020-01-27T17:42:54 2020-01-27T17:42:54 2019-01-16T17:42:54 ...to be exact. To answer my own question: Use Shift+Enter.
  7. Ah, yes, I can see the same thing in "Webconsole". I was afraid of that. *Sigh*. Well, thank you anyway.
  8. When I visit https://www.kijk.nl/ I'm being forwarded to https://consent.talpanetwork.com/?TN_REFERAL_URL=https://www.kijk.nl/&TN_REFERAL_ORIGIN=. On my smartphone I can see this is where I have to agree on the use of cookies, after which the websites loads normally. On my pc with NM 27.9.1a1 (32-bit) (2018-12-14) however the screen remains empty and nothing is loaded at all. Can anyone reproduce? (off-topic: how can I prevent every new line I enter to become a new paragraph?)
  9. Honestly, I don't know why it doesn't work on your system It's because... Same here on my AMD Athlon XP 3200+ (no SSE2). Btw, as a word of advice, don't use the VERY outdated FFmpeg library Audacity works with! Instead pipe Audacity's output to an up-to-date FFmpeg executable.
  10. Understood. I guess it's really about time now for me to buy a new computer. Happy user of palemoon-27.9.1a1.win32-git-20181215-c581f09b3-xpmod-sse. Thanks!
  11. I may have missed your post on this, but is there a reason you're not releasing sse builds for PM28?
  12. I don't know about the banner, but the network graph is rendered perfectly fine over here.
  13. What particular part of their website have they updated, if I may ask? I'm using 27.9.1a1 (32-bit) (2018-05-28) and I can visit the website, log in with my account and do everything.
  14. I do, but I announce them on Zeranoe's forum. I try to release a new build every 4 months or so. I'm using 3DYD's LAV Filters fork for WinXP. Maybe their code/changes can help you with that.
  15. If I may: https://ffmpeg.zeranoe.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=13&t=3572&start=80#p14102
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