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  1. I didn't succeed in changing YouTube to the old layout. Concerning the browser cache: In "about:config"; create a new string value named: "browser.cache.disk.parent_directory" (without the quotes). Give it the value you want, e.g.: D:\Palemoon Or, if you prefer the data being stored in RAM, you can point it to e.g. R:\TEMP\Palemoon with the help of a Ramdisk application. https://www.ghacks.net/2017/04/03/the-best-free-ramdisk-programs-for-windows/
  2. You haven't seen "my Filters" Most of them are cosmetic. But perhaps there are some that can be removed now. I'll look into it when I'm bored. It's not really an issue with 16GB of RAM (and 3.5GB for my XP virtual machine)...
  3. Difficult to answer... Perhaps you can have more success asking on the uBo subreddit Or at https://github.com/uBlockOrigin/uAssets/issues
  4. I use uBo in normal mode with eMatrix and while allowing everything in eMatrix, uBo looks like this: uBo filters: Screenshot And a system-wide HOSTS file, containing the ones also included in uBo (but not selected).
  5. In both New Moon 28 and Pale Moon 28, I can access https://www.spiegel.de/international/ with 'JS on' and uBlock Origin enabled. Maybe a filter issue?
  6. uBlock-for-firefox-legacy installs fine in New Moon 28 as well. May I ask what is the benefit of NM 27? Has NM 28 features that prevent it from running on old hardware?
  7. Is it normal that uBlock-for-firefox-legacy can be installed in New Moon 28 (contrary to NM 27)? I have the latest version: palemoon-28.10.1a1.win32-git-20200711-92c0881dc-uxp-936438dd5-xpmod
  8. Unfortunately the Redirector addon does not work on Pale Moon (it's a web extension)... Tip: The new Reddit layout is probably very slow on your PC. With this userscript all Reddit links get redirected to https://old.reddit.com/ which is way faster.
  9. No problem; However, I noticed on the youtube-to-invidious Feedback page some people reported problems with Pale Moon... YT2Invidio seems to work better (tested on this site). PS: Especially on an old PC a good ad blocker (uBlock-for-firefox-legacy) will definitely speed up webpage loading!
  10. You can review the code of the script here: https://greasyfork.org/en/scripts/375264-youtube-to-invidious/code When installed, you can even change a few options in the script via Greasemonkey (Userscripts ---> Preferences): About your edit: I don't know. Maybe someone else here knows?
  11. Well... Yesterday it worked, but now it doesn't any more here... You can also check out https://invidio.us/ [EDIT] With the Greasemonkey extension and a userscript you can let embedded Youtube videos play in Invidious. Greasemonkey: https://github.com/janekptacijarabaci/greasemonkey/releases/tag/3.31.4Fork (grab version 3.31.4 near the bottom). Userscript: https://greasyfork.org/en/scripts/375264-youtube-to-invidious
  12. For now you can have the old interface back by changing in about:config: general.useragent.override.youtube.com from: Mozilla/5.0 (%OS_SLICE% rv:60.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/60.0 PaleMoon/28.10.1a1 to: Mozilla/5.0 (compatible; Googlebot/2.1; +http://www.google.com/bot.html) That is, until Google kills it permanently... Screenshot [EDIT] Changed the first useragent value from the Linux one to the one in my XP virtual machine; sorry for that...
  13. Same here. Click on "View" instead and import that address. (or right-click and copy link target)
  14. I can do that in my Linux system. 1. Install the program fontforge. 2. Create a script called e.g. otf2ttf.sh in /home/$USER/bin, with the following content: #!/usr/bin/fontforge i=1 while ( i<$argc ) Open($argv[i]) Generate($argv[i]:r + ".ttf") i = i+1 endloop 3. Make this script executable. 4. Open a terminal in the directory with your .otf file(s) and enter the following command: for i in *.otf; do echo $i; fontforge -script ~/bin/otf2ttf.sh $i; done 5. Profit! [Edit] Fontforge is available for Windows as well, but I have no idea how to proceed there...
  15. Thanks! I've been here before though.
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