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docR

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  1. Well it's either that or no drivers at all. Intel is a little hit or miss, but just fine if they support you. I think Intel devices on x79 boards are generally just fine.
  2. General rule of thumb. As little broadcom/Intel as possible, and as many Realtek devices on-board as possible
  3. I regret to deviate off topic, but reading this made me laugh the hardest I've laughed all week
  4. Would you consider porting those functions back to NT6.1 when the time comes as well? With the popularity of Win7 and similarities to 10 apart from UWP, I'd be rather surprised if some third party Chromium fork just for 7 doesn't spring up within the next 2 years. I asked the developer behind Advanced Chrome about it. He said he would at least try to buy NT6.1 an additional year, but that's rather grim.
  5. Yikes. Of this I was completely unaware. Personally, I believe MBAM took a massive hit in quality after 1.75.x when they turned gears toward a subscription model. I personally still use the 1.65 client. I continue to receive definitions.
  6. Not specific to Server 2008, but on all my setups I like to run MBAM real time along with COMODO Cleaning Essentials (scanner and process kill switch/monitor). The latter is is an on-demand scanner, it doesn't run real time. I use VirusTotal quite a bit as well. GlassWire is also handy, but the version I use is quite a few years old.
  7. Well rule of thumb with NPAPI style plugins (or similar) is leave them disabled by default in-browser, which most seem to default to nowdays anyway. I've never permuted Flash to autorun in my browser, long before I was even aware of its deprication. Fortunately these days, or rather the last 5 years I've seen very little use for Flash. But I like retaining the functionality just to be there. Why lose access to potential content, no matter how scarce? I still have some old .swf games saved from childhood too.
  8. I owe you a drink. It honestly hadn't crossed my mind to try Wayback Machine, for some reason I recalled there being an anti crawl script on Adobe's websites. Saving the entire archive of 32.0.0.371 now Many thanks
  9. Yeah I didn't act quickly enough, I only discovered the thread about 2 days ago. As such my best archive is a version 27 build, and even that was a b***h and a half to track down. I've always loathed Adobe since CC and the discontinuation of Fw, but I never expected this level of aggression toward the user. This is on a another level
  10. I made the mistake of updating Flash and then arching the offline installer, thinking it would simply work in the future. I had no idea they stooped so low as to actually timebomb it, and simultaneously nuke the archive. After some brutal digging, I found offline copies of older versions. There's an NPAPI compliant installer of version 27 that works with Firefox and Pale Moon on Internet Archive. It's at version 27.0.0.170. It isn't very clearly labelled, but it shouldn't be hard to locate searching Internet Archive. I'd link it but rules expressly prohibit distributing software outside o
  11. Out of curiosity. How come the versioning for NM 28.x is different than Pale Moon? It seems to have the same changelog, but it's internally branded as 28.10.x rather than .13. Is this because of the new add-ons warnings? What about when 29.x rolls out? Do you intend to restore the dual extensions GUID? Thanks
  12. Actually, I think I need to rollback to an even older version. Like before July 2019 if mem serves me correct.
  13. Not to my knowledge, no. Maybe some HTML5 canvas feature not found in 52.9? These are the plugins I have running: And here's the multimedia section from HTML5test:
  14. I actually just started using Purity. I haven't had an account in years, I only just reopened one for my gf. I was using Social Fixer for Facebook, but then found FB Purity. Hiding the 'People You May Know' from my timeline was enough to sell me Would be rather embarrassing to hit add by mistake. Zuckerbook doesn't make it too obvious when you have active friend requests out too sooo Edit: Actually I take it back, timeline autoplay does actually work for me using this useragent. I'm using Pale Moon 28.13. Tested Waterfox Classic 2020.08.1 too. Perhaps its a restriction of some sort with
  15. That's promising. So userscripts could probably be injected to fix the regressions with the new layout. Yeah that's intended behavior for this useragent. I'll try and hold out with this layout til my favorite script Facebook Purity is updated, and hopefully UXP fixes that regression with the reactions.
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