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  1. Ogg, webm and WMF disabled to make sure it was using the mp4 codecs and same result as 45.0. The video is there but the audio is distorted.
  2. Ah yes, the float32 issue. I recall that problem child from the VLC player days. Sometimes it would work and sometimes not and when it didn't it had the same distortion sound.
  3. Thanks for confirming and I agree it is an ugly sound.
  4. If the codecs aren't there it's probably using webm vp9. I've tried with a fresh profile and it's the same result, the audio is distorted. You can get the codecs on the first page of this thread, Roy's got several links depending on the browser. This is the link to the ones I've been using with 45.0: https://o.rthost.win/palemoon/lav.7z You put the three files on the root firefox folder where firefox.exe is. You would also need to make sure "media.ogg.enabled" and "media.webm.enabled" are false while "media.mp4.enabled" is true.
  5. The SSE build, I didn't try the IA32 one. Are you experiencing it?
  6. Testing out today's new 45.0 version the mp4 codecs on youtube don't seem to be working right. At least the sound, the video is coming in but the sound is static. These are the codecs I'm using and were good in the April version: avcodec-lav-57.dll avresample-lav-3.dll avutil-lav-55.dll The solution for now is to disable mp4 and use ogg/webm vp9.
  7. 55.0 is back, as usual thanks to Roy for all his work. And as a bonus, formhistory and passwords are also functioning properly. :)
  8. Never considered doing that but it probably would have saved me a lot of headaches.
  9. No problem, I should have mentioned it was today's. Last week's runs perfect.
  10. Thanks for reporting, glad I'm not the only one.
  11. Tried in XP and it's crashing there too. Also added Basilisk to Data Execution Prevention and attempted Safe Mode but both failed.
  12. My guess is it's OS related. I'll try it in Windows 10. Here's the full crash report: Problem Event Name: APPCRASH Application Name: basilisk.exe Application Version: Application Timestamp: 64b170e7 Fault Module Name: mozjs.dll Fault Module Version: Fault Module Timestamp: 64b0ca02 Exception Code: c0000005 Exception Offset: 002de536 OS Version: 6.1.7601. Locale ID: 1033 Additional Information 1: 0a9e Additional Information 2: 0a9e372d3b4ad19135b953a78882e789 Additional Information 3: 0a9e Additional Information 4: 0a9e372d3b4ad19135b953a78882e789
  13. Must be something else going on, I downloaded it twice just to make sure and it won't start. I'm on Windows 7 so possibly it's related to that or drivers within the OS. The previous week's build works fine so I've gone back to that version. Same with 52 and the formhistory issue. Are you on the win64 or win32 build? I'm using win32.
  14. Several bugs with today's versions. Serpent 55 won't open, it's crashing at startup with the Fault Module Name: mozjs.dll. Tried with a new profile. In 52.0 I can't get formhistory to work in text boxes or passwords. This was always a problem on and off, if it didn't show you could re-boot and that would usually fix it but today it's not coming in at all.
  15. That worked perfectly. Had to deoptimize omni.ja first to make the change but that fixed it.
  16. @roytam1 : It's probably caused by UXP #21 and the commits by FranklinDM you backported to our tree... NM28 behaves fine, because it uses the (old) TychoAM those commits target, but "our" Serpent 52.9.0 (unlike the official Basilisk 52.x.x.x) still uses the WebExtensions AM and thus broke ; so, those commits would either have to be reverted for St52 or somehow modified to accommodate St52's WE AM ... The only two WebExtensions I use are simple-translate and Enhancer for YouTube. Thankfully they're still functional and working despite the about:addon page error.
  17. In Serpent/UXP I'm getting this error with the about:addons page: XML Parsing Error: undefined entity Location: about:addons Line Number 392, Column 19: Anybody else seeing this? It's fine in Serpent 55.
  18. Ok dumb question, haven't been around in a while but what is v141, is this a Mozilla browser? The Serpent 52 versions haven't been updated lately, is that finished? I did catch some posts about C+ which could affect its future development.
  19. If you have the hard drive space then it's worth considering adding an extra boot so that you'd have Win10 and 11. I may install it that way if it's still possible to bypass the requirements for Win11 but to be honest I'm not in any rush considering that Win10 seems to have stabilized pretty nicely in the last year.
  20. Roy, the crash is fixed here in 55.0, thanks for all your work.
  21. Correct and that's why I dreaded upgrading because it took a third party program to restore usability that Microsoft would always break. There are a few others as well.
  22. Is this Windows 10? If you're using XP it was easy to keep programs separated but from Windows 7 on the programs were grouped so if you opened two instances of the same program (like Winamp) you couldn't separate them. Taskbar Tweaker restores that ability. But it has other features as well like restoring the right click menu to minimize. I haven't even got to the nightmare of Win11 yet and thankfully won't have to for a while.
  23. Even if you agree with some of the feature upgrades did it need to be twice a year? Literally with each one the last three years Taskbar Tweaker would break. It's a wonderful program that undoes Microsoft's forced taskbar grouping nonsense. Fortunately, the developer kept up with it .
  24. A temporary workaround: disabling javascript.options.ion stops the crash.
  25. It just seems to be happening in Serpent 55.0 only and only if javascript is on. Probably other sites are affected as well.

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