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Humming Owl

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  1. I though that would be the case, but well. I guess the last test would be testing the original version. Thanks for the feedback.
  2. Also, you said that the Mini-Browser did not execute on XP x64. Try to execute it with this file pasted in the same folder as the "MiniBrowser.exe" file.
  3. The thing is that I am able to use MSFN from my XP laptop without getting crashes. The XP installed is a modified version by a guy named "BJ" and another that continued its work called "Guanaco". It took me a while to find it on the internet. I do not know exactly if that is the cause I am not getting those issues on MSFN at least. Do you get the same error warning as @realisty? With the same offset? Cheers.
  4. I guess that the 360SE has certificate issues as 360EE. Are you using a modified version of WinXP? It also could be that you need a update package for XP. Have you tried the other versions to see if they behave the same? I saw the Offset told by the warning message of the "chrome.dll" file and it wasn't an Offset in which a modification was done so I am not sure what is causing the issue. Cheers.
  5. Yes, you can not view the saved passwords on 360EE unfortunately. The default browser warning can be disabled if you click on the "Do not ask again" button on the popup that the browser displays at startup or if you go to the "Settings > Basics > Default browser" path and uncheck the "Check at startup the default browser settings" option. As for the certificate issues so far I would recommend to update the certificates or to use the steps in this comment as possible workarounds (no warrant it will fix the issue). How did you got that crash? I did got that crash on WinXP but not on Win7 and for the looks of the content of the "debug.log" file it seems that a module required to display a saved password on Chromium is not present on those "serwvdr.dll" and "umdmxfrm" files on WinXP (XP compatibility issues I guess). Cheers.
  6. Thanks. In the next update I will add it again.
  7. Added Kafan Mini-Browser v1.0.0.121 (at the bottom of the first post): - It seems to be a normal Chromium build. - Modifications were far less than with 360EE. - It is in multi-language. - It appears to not have certificate issues. Note: - It is very heavy for old laptops - On startup you will connect to the website of the default search engine you selected because of the search bar provided on the new tab. Cheers.
  8. Does this happen with a new profile as well? I haven't experienced this so far.
  9. It also works on 360EE v9 and v12 on WinXP SP3 32bits and Win7 SP1 32bits. Installing the NPAPI flavor of Flash copying the "NPSWF32_34_0_0_192.dll" file into the "plugins" folder of the browser also works very well. I hadn't read the last comments of this thread so I am a little surprised that there is a developer posting newer versions of Flash. Cheers.
  10. The default browser setting was intentionally disabled (among the files deleted there is a "setdefbrowser.dll" file that seems to be the one that corresponds to this behavior). I tested using the file in the browser to see if the default browser setting worked and it didn't, so I guess it needs other files to work or a modification done to the browser indirectly broke that functionality. Or maybe it is like @kwisomialbert said that it is because of being portable. Thanks for reporting though. The "--disable-extensions" flag seems to work for me (how did you use it?), the other does not and I think it is because it is a flag present only on the old NPAPI supported Chromium. The chinese recovered the NPAPI support but not the flags involved with it. Cheers.
  11. Does changing the font of the "Message Box" item works to change the font in the browser interface? I changed that font to "Impact" and the browser displayed that font on its interface. Cheers.
  12. Starting with a clean profile might do the trick. Errors with certificates change when starting a new profile sometimes. @msfntor This is the New Tab you want? (replace this one with the original) --> https://www.mediafire.com/file/mc0poj7m7y0na9p/newtab.zip/file Cheers.
  13. @Dixel Try using Wget directly to download the files with the links provided by @Ben Markson You can set Wget to use proxy settings: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/11211705/how-to-set-proxy-for-wget#11211812 https://superuser.com/questions/526710/how-to-set-http-proxy-address-for-wget-under-windows#526779 Try something in the CMD like --> "wget use_proxy=yes http_proxy=127.0.0.1:8080 http://www.download.windowsupdate.com/msdownload/update/v3/static/trustedr/en/authroots.sst" Maybe that could help. Cheers.
  14. Why is it being pushed to be banned or changed? I do not know very much about it.
  15. I did not do any of the themes, they were already among the original browser files (just for the record ). The "Preferences" file changes overtime, in my case the ""theme":" entry is located at the middle of the document. The dark theme starts affecting pages (the ones compatible with a dark theme) from v12. v11 starts using the dark theme but only for the interface of the browser. Cheers.

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