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  1. @ Deomsh. Can you actually play all formats ?? On my machine only mp3 works - everything else crashes the player. Trying to open the settings of mpc-hc crashes the player too.
  2. Hi Jumper, just a quick note to let you know that one of the problems that I reported is fixed in v18 !! The email-client of SeaMonkey now creates correct msf-index-files. At first I was a little bit confused because the size stayed at 0kB when checking with the Explorer but was then updated when SeaMonkey was closed for the 'first time' after running under the v18-update. Thx !! Unfortunately still no progress with printing using SumatraPdf, etc. best wishes
  3. Hi Jumper, regarding some APIs - I don't how important they really are but they sound important kernel32.dll: createvirtualbuffer freevirtualbuffer ntdll.dll: RtlSecondsSince1970ToTime RtlSecondsSince1980ToTime RtlTimeToSecondsSince1970 RtlTimeToSecondsSince1980
  4. Yes, v17 make it work. Thank you !! Is there anything we should especially look at - maybe testing newer browsers, etc ?
  5. Hi Jumper, thank you very much for the new version but unfortunately I can't get it to run !! Windows reaches desktop but then a error message pops up saying something like 'KernelEx couldn't find it's driver counterpart'. Sorry I did not wrote down the exact text. Also it might be good to add a new point 3 (or maybe 2b) that people using kstub should add this to core.ini Best wishes, MiKl
  6. Hi Roytam, I think I asked this before but could you also look into backporting SeaMonkey ?? Thx
  7. Hi Jumper, it looks like as if I was quite lucky the last few years because most of the websites that I visit reguarly worked fine with my SeaMonkey 2.6.1 !! But now some have been been upgraded So I would like to ask if there are any chances for a new version soon ?? And if not, would it maybe be an idea that you maybe join forces with current browser projects ? (If I remenber correctly you once mentioned that SeaMonkey 2.3x 'worked' in one of your setups). Thanks for all your hard work !!!!
  8. Even with this filter in place debugwindow.exe lists hundreds if not thousands results. Do you have maybe an idea what I could specifically look for - maybe 'createfile' or 'writefile' ??
  9. Hi Jumper, the email-problem seem to be caused in Kexbases.17 ! When using v16 it works again. I will look into the printing issue but unfortunately I believe I do not understand excatly what you mean.
  10. Hi Jumper, a few posts up I reported issues on my system with v17. Have you been able to reproduce these or is is just my setup (again) ??
  11. Hi Jumper, any chances for a new version soon ? Thanks and all the best for 2018 everybody !!!!
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    Hi guys, sorry, didn't wanted to start a new thread for a question that may have come up a thousand times already. The need arised that the 'run' window is wider and after activating 'thick frame' through a resourcehacker the window is resizable but the content, especially the 'open'-combobox does not increase in size (horizontally) along with it. Is this not possible or am I just blind ??
  13. Is there maybe a new version soon ?? Thx and best wishes, MiKl
  14. Hi Jumper, I have noticed a strange behaviour of SeaMonkey 2.6.1 that started with v17. I use also SM's email client and (I am sure you know that) it works in a way that the actual contents of a mail are stored in one file and an index file is created automatically. Usually inbox.msf, sent.msf, etc. So after deleting some emails one can use compress/compact-function to keep the files as small as possible. However, now the index files are getting somehow corrupted because SeaMonkey creates msf-files of 0 KB size !! Nothing that I tried within 98SE fixed this and it happens on all machines. The only way that I found was to boot, in my case, onto XP install SeaMonkey 2.6.1 and fix the msf-files there !! Of course, after that I tested it again just in case it was some weird glitch but the 'corruptions' still occur. Thanks, MiKl Update I just booted an old installation running only KernelEx without ReactOS enhancements !! SeaMonkey 2.0.14 is installed and everything works. But after upgrading to Kex-v17 the msf-problem occur there as well. Hope this helps.
  15. Hi Jumper, it looks like as if the new version somehow breaks printing of KernelEx-apps here on my systems. I noticed it first on SeaMonkey, but printing there was always somewhat unreliable so I did not thought much of it. But SumatraPDF does not print anymore either. 3.1.2 SUMATRAPDF führte eine ungültige Anweisung in Modul <Unbekannt> bei 0000:00000103 aus. Register: EAX=0134ffbc CS=018f EIP=00000103 EFLGS=00010202 EBX=0134ffbb SS=0197 ESP=01250038 EBP=01250058 ECX=012500dc DS=0197 ESI=8235a720 FS=43df EDX=bff76855 ES=0197 EDI=01250104 GS=0000 Bytes bei CS:EIP: f0 40 00 a1 f1 65 f0 00 f0 cc e7 ff ff 8a ed 00 Stapelwerte: bff76849 01250104 0134ffbc 01250120 012500dc 01250210 bff76855 0134ffbc 012500ec bff87fe9 01250104 0134ffbc 01250120 012500dc 00000100 012502c8 3.0 SUMATRAPDF_ verursachte einen Fehler durch eine ungültige Seite in Modul KERNEL32.DLL bei 018f:bff87ede. Register: EAX=c003098c CS=018f EIP=bff87ede EFLGS=00010212 EBX=0134ffbb SS=0197 ESP=0124ffbc EBP=01250028 ECX=012501dc DS=0197 ESI=8237fdb8 FS=75df EDX=bff76855 ES=0197 EDI=01250204 GS=0000 Bytes bei CS:EIP: 53 56 57 8b 30 83 7d 10 01 8b 4e 38 89 4d f8 75 Stapelwerte: