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we3fan

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  1. Hi Skorpios, which version of K-Meleon do you recommend for YouTube?
  2. Thanks Dave. And thanks to @ntfoxy for these programs.
  3. Hi guys, to debug this systrayutil.dll, can I do it from Command line? I tried this: debug "C:\WINDOWS\system32\systrayutil.dll" but it says: "File not found". I am probably doing it wrong.
  4. @kwisomialbert, @msfntor - Thanks guys.
  5. Yes, I regularly use heinoganda's cert updater, but I haven't tried deleting all certs and reinstalling them again. Have other users tried Humming Owl's 360Chrome 9.5.0.138 on SP2? @IXOYE, @msfntor
  6. I tested 360Chrome 9.5.0.138 on SP2, I tested your first release of 360Chrome 9.5.0.138, and your latest update of 360Chrome 9.5.0.138 from 25.09.21. In your first release I did the same changes as in v11 (edited only chrome.dll and chrome_child.dll), and in your latest update I didn't change anything, the results are same with both. When I open google.com and youtube.com it shows: The link to the site is not private The security certificate used by the visited website: Error or failure (NET::ERR_CERT_INVALID) There may be a security risk and it is recommended that the cause is identified before accessing. The URL you visited is: https://google.com/ Don't block this site anymore Ignore the warning and continue accessing I pressed "Ignore..." Loads youtube.com but all video images are blank When I try to open a video, it opens the video comments but the video can't start; so not good for YouTube on SP2. Works OK on https://msfn.org/board/forum/34-windows-xp/
  7. Hi SamirD :), thanks I will try them. Now when I think about it, after one carves the command line for a specific need, it should work fast and simple from cmd.
  8. Hi @Humming Owl , sorry for the late reply. I tested with your 360Chrome 11.0.2251.0 on XP SP2. 1. "chrome.dll" file: a. Replace "GetLogicalProcessorInformation" with all 00 (2 lines) - still shows same KERNEL32.dll error. b. Replace "GetLogicalProcessorInformation" with "GetL0gicalProcessorInformation" (2 lines) - still shows same KERNEL32.dll error. c. Replace "GetLogicalProcessorInformation" with "GetLocalTime" (2 lines) - Chrome starts but google.com can't load and shows the "Aw, Snap! Something went wrong..." blank page error. 2. "chrome_child.dll" file: Replace "GetLogicalProcessorInformation" with "GetLocalTime" (2 lines) - Chrome works OK for now, 15 min on YouTube with no problem. 3. "libglesv2.dll" file: There are also 2 "GetLogicalProcessorInformation" lines present in this file, but I didn't replace them with "GetLocalTime". Maybe it's a good idea to replace these also, but I left them unchanged for now. So, I replaced 2 "GetLogicalProcessorInformation" lines with "GetLocalTime" in chrome.dll, and 2 "GetLogicalProcessorInformation" lines with "GetLocalTime" in chrome_child.dll, and it worked. Not sure if this is the best way to do it, but it works. Thank you so much Humming Owl, I couldn't have done it without your help. BTW, I have a question. If I have many .dll files, and I want to search inside all of them at the same time for a text line, which program would be best for this?
  9. @UCyborg, @VistaLover - Thanks guys. @VistaLover - The only reason why I "suddenly" thought no plugin is needed is because I misinterpreted UCyborg's post. He said: "AFAIK, Firefox itself only ever used Windows Media Foundation (Vista+) for AVC, which is not available on XP, hence you need a plugin on that OS, but otherwise, Firefox 52.9 can do AVC without a plugin." I thought he said: "Firefox 52.9 can do AVC without a plugin on XP" My mistake, I am sorry.
  10. Thanks guys. Does that mean that with Firefox ESR 52.9.0, if I only set this pref: media.webm.enabled = false, I can play that YouTube video with H.264 and YouTube stats will show AVC1 Codec? And I don't need to install Adobe Primetime CDM plugin or any other plugins? When I tested earlier with Firefox ESR 52.9.0, with media.webm.enabled = false, and the video could not play, was that because I am on XP x86 SP2? Thanks @VistaLover, really great info, much appreciated. PS: Was I wrong that I said "AVC/AVC1" Codec support? Maybe I should have said "H.264" support? I am sorry for this, I may have caused some confusion.
  11. Thanks Rainy, you were right. Thanks nicolaasjan. Did you test on Firefox ESR 52.9.0? And did you test on x86 SP3 or x86 SP2? Thanks @UCyborg, you were correct, disabling media.webm.enabled on Firefox ESR 52.9.0 is not enough, it also needs a plugin. I did a quick test with: media.webm.enabled = false, here is the result: Firefox ESR 52.9.0 - "Your browser can't play this video". Mypal 27.9.4 - "Your browser can't play this video". Mypal 28.17.0 - Video plays OK with Codec AVC. I think both Firefox ESR 52.9.0 and Mypal 27.9.4 were released in mid 2018, and Mypal 28.17.0 was released at the end of 2020. I guess if I try any of roytam1's recent browsers with only this pref change: media.webm.enabled = false, most of them would probably work OK with AVC Codec without installing anything else. Is there a way to check WHEN did this "native" AVC Codec support end, and when did it start in Firefox browsers? Because it seems like older Firefox browsers don't have "native" AVC Codec support, and they need installing something additionally, like Primetime CDM plugin. Thanks for suggesting the "Enable MP4 (H.264 + AAC) HTML5 video..." Topic started by mixit. I want to try if it's still possible to install Primetime CDM plugin on Firefox ESR 52.9.0, but not sure if it works on x86 SP2. I'll see what I can do.
  12. Here it is: Chrome 49, 720p, Stats for nerds: Firefox 52, 720p, Stats for nerds:
  13. This video URL for example: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HagVnWAeGcM I tested on Firefox ESR 52.9.0 with new clean profile and no Add-ons: 480p - no problems at all 720p - image freezes but audio keeps playing, image froze 3-4 times from 0:00 to 2:00, usually freeze time lasts 7 seconds. Chrome 49, 720p - no problems at all. Maybe I need to install some additional Codec or Firefox Plugin, not sure.
  14. Thanks guys. Have you personally experienced this with Firefox on YouTube - no problem on 480p but often image freezes while audio plays on 720p? Often happens even 30-60 seconds after video starts.

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