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dmiranda

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  1. There was a second sentence that I decided to delete, if you must know.
  2. Ha ha, @VistaLover, the damn thing kept working anyway, and lookin' good. No blame, the I'ching says :P
  3. Thanks mate. I had it as a bat routine to copy those libraries into the program folder.
  4. Yeah, gotta test with the links @VistaLoverthrew in, but at least works with the lav files in the second post of this thread.
  5. Is that so? I refuse! PS: Now seriously, really?
  6. Your last 13 build is quite solid, @Humming Owl. Thank you. PS: I keep switching between yours and Artifoxie's 13 -this week is yours :P.
  7. I do not allow udp connections for browsers. That probably explains why I can't replicate. EDIT: UDP does that, it listens until a connection asks in.
  8. What I do is to run two different profiles using https://addons.thunderbird.net/en-us/firefox/addon/profileswitcher/. The addon's interface is half broken: it won't show profile names, but it will make the profile manager pop up, then you can run a profile with no multiprocess along side one with it, when needed.
  9. Check with any on-demand antivirus. The file is clear. I can't replicate this.
  10. Interestingly, it doesn't work with avcodec-lav-58.dll -https://github.com/3dyd/LAVFiltersXP/releases- (which works fine in sp52). But the lav folder in the second post of this thread (avcodec-lav-57.dll) does the trick. Live videos in youtube work well with that for me. Video quality is low, though. I imagine this could be solved with addons (will try youtube enhancer or any such) for youtube, but not quite so in FB. Will keep testing. Thanks!
  11. First test vanilla: (due to UA probably?) I can't play youtube fro mainpage (your browser can't play this video...) or embedded (loading player...). I can't play FB videos either, and going down the feed eventually results in stuttering. No Silverlight support (which may be dying soon, anyway) Normal sites: it browses nicely. No issue loading multiple tabs, fast rendering. Chalkboard on par with sp52 with multiprocess (a bit slower, but good). Thanks! It's good to have a new alternative.
  12. Even portable soft can mess with your firewall and other system settings if you are careless -particularly with software whose source is not open to scrutiny.
  13. Hiya used to be very common in the US-European leet gaming communities between the early 1990s and early 2000s (dunno if that 's the case now or before-just to sound peasant like). True, they didn't sound well educated, but could sure be annoying (or worse) if you messed with them. Anyhow, I could not detect the connections below in either 13s @Articfoxie or @Humming Owl mods (never used 360chrome cn or ru without these two guys' modding first): Host Name : hiya.browser.360.cn Host Name : puv.tt.browser.360.cn As per not using chino-russian "things" where does 360chrome come from, I wonder.
  14. FF? You mean netscape, then FF in the early 2000s. I wonder which new FOSS browser would pick up the slack. PM (laf) wont be it. Chromium derivatives laf square

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