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RetroZilla: An updated version of Mozilla for Windows 95 and NT4 [2.2 RELEASED]

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2 minutes ago, winnt5 said:

It's strange.When I use msimg32.dll from windows2k.The browser doesn't even run.I recieve an error can't find GdiGradientFill on gdi32.dll.

you may grabbed wrong version.

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8 minutes ago, roytam1 said:

you may grabbed wrong version.

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This is the version from windowsme.I've tried this but it still can't render the background picture in the web page.

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20 minutes ago, roytam1 said:

Thank you very much.But it still can't render the background.I will have more tries to fix it.:rolleyes:

Can your virtual machine display images on pages correctly with the firefox3.6?

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On 4/26/2020 at 9:33 AM, roytam1 said:

Finally, I fouind the problem. It is a bug of 20171108 version. I tried 20171025 version and It works just fine.
I found the problem is in xul.dll. Did you add some functions in 20171108 version? 20171025 version can't show small windows in web pages. 20171108 version can show them but doesn't display normaly in nt4. I only know this is because xul.dll. Do you have a solution of this?

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Another Msimg32 to try is from KernelEx (Win9x). It doesn't use forwarding and has fewer dependencies.

 

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19 hours ago, jumper said:

Another Msimg32 to try is from KernelEx (Win9x). It doesn't use forwarding and has fewer dependencies.

 

Good idea.Thank u.:D

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Does anyone have a solution for installing browser add-ons? Currently RZ complains about not being able to validate add-on signing.

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2 hours ago, i430VX said:

Does anyone have a solution for installing browser add-ons? Currently RZ complains about not being able to validate add-on signing.

You might try deleting the "META-INF" folder from the .XPI archive (do it on a copy of the file for safety's sake). 

This has worked for me with Firefox 3 plugins, but i can't say if Retrozilla will install it.  

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Thank you, it did install.
Either, it doesnt actually work, or I cannot figure out how to use add-ons in RZ. I notice the lack of an about:addons page, and it doesnt show up in the only other place i could think of, the about:plugins page.

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Hi i430VX. RetroZilla typically requires extensions that are SeaMonkey v1.1.19 compatible, very old release. The first post in the RetroZilla Community Edition thread provides information and links regarding the RetroZilla Extensions Collection, other extensions that may work, plus information on extension hacking and extension removal tips.
https://msfn.org/board/topic/181416-retrozilla-community-edition/

As you've discovered, this old browser does not have about:addons or anything like that. The function and interface with the extension is dependent on it's design. Depending on the extension, this may be additional controls in the drop down menu, right-click context menu, browser preferences, status bar, etc.

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