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  1. I use whatever OS is required for the software I want or have to run. If I have a Win7 computer and the software works on that, then that is what I will use. Of course I have a Windows 10 computer at the office and also on one of my personal notebooks, so if I really did need it for something I can use those. But a software requiring Windows 10 must be really something I care to use before I'd consider replacing the OS on one of my main systems.
  2. GDI was considered a "legacy" product since around when Windows 8 came about. Even in the lead up to Windows 8, it was in their pre-release plan to get rid of GDI entirely and replace it with some other thing which I forgot the name. Their focus is now currently on DirectxD related APIs and it does not surprise me in the least that something like GDI has been mostly left to rot away.
  3. I haven't run into anything but I do not use a lot of the options anyways. The surefire way to know would be to create an CLG on an 1809 image, and XML with everything added. Then mount a current build image and apply the XML to it and see what the validator says. I do know that MS doesn't document everything, such as when they made XML objects case sensitive.
  4. Do not create duplicate threads. Your other thread was deleted. Moving to correct category.
  5. Awhile ago I had won a culture victory where the victory conditions were only Culture or Domination. It was a learning experience for sure. I'm doing some challenge called 52 games where basically you play a new game and try to beat it every week. My game from this week (Alien: Isolation) was actually from last week so I'm spending the rest of this week playing Skyrim again.
  6. Yes it is v1.3. As far as Kongregate goes for me currently, in Chrome, Flash doesn't load, it just shows the Supernova thing. I haven't checked it since a few days ago so maybe it changed. When I tried to go to the game page in Pale Moon, the site doesn't load properly, even if I temp allow all scripts. Unfortunately, I am not going to be changing my security setup in order to play a game. I've had to make the decision to just not visit sites or play games that do not work with my security settings, so it is no big deal on that end. Times change and life goes on. And yes, the high scores table
  7. From reading Kongregate's forum, where there is some sort of Supernova liason present, they give away what their plug-in is doing. It seems to work best with "simple" Flash applications, such as ones that are self contained, or link to objects using relative paths. They specifically note that some links can't be followed, it is a cryptic response. The problem they have is with any .swf that is linking scenes or resources in the ActionScript may not work properly. This issue with ActionScript is also why you can encounter some .swf that do not work properly anymore, or do not work locally on yo
  8. Closed poll and closed topic. The poll is useless, especially concerning the fact that the first option includes computers that can't possibly run Windows 7.
  9. I want to point out that the Flash EOL has and will continue to take over this topic by users of other operating systems besides XP. I do not see a reason to create duplicate threads for each OS and split out or mirror info from this thread into others. lf anyone has a better idea, let me know. I can report another success, simply by changing the mms.cfg file I previously quoted on page 42 of default view. Windows 7 32-bit using NPAPI v25.0.0.148 with PaleMoon v60.9? (Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; rv:60.9) Gecko/20100101 Goanna/4.1 Firefox/60.9 PaleMoon/28.4.0) works. However, it does
  10. If you are only going to limit this to portables, then the most powerful Win7 notebooks I have is an MSI Wind U100. We have a thread for posting your hardware. Here is my post in it regarding my Windows 7 x64 computer. The things changed since that post is I have replaced the SSD and added a second 1 TB spindle disk. https://msfn.org/board/topic/67112-post-pictures-and-specifications-of-your-computer-here/?do=findComment&comment=1178960
  11. Changing this file is all that was needed to re-activate Flash v32.0.0.465 NPAPI on Firefox on Windows 7 x64.
  12. For your Steam example, that is not what you should expect. When they released their update that didn't support XP, the Steam clients on XP systems updated to that, effectively locking people out of their game library.
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