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roytam1

My build of New Moon (temp. name) a.k.a. Pale Moon fork targetting XP

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Just got a request of SSE(not SSE2) build, and I updated latest PM27 build post adding SSE build.
since 52ESR can't compile as IA32 or SSE, I created 45ESR fork and picking changes from tenfourfox repo.

test binary: https://o.rthost.cf/gpc/files1.rt/firefox-45.9.8-20180530-1ff8f7bef-win32-sse.7z

repo: https://github.com/roytam1/mozilla45esr

(reposted after forum data lost, original date: 30 May 2018)

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Some time ago I suddenly couldn't login anymore. Now after the server crash I can again. Strange! :dubbio:

roytam1, thanks for the SSE builds!

1 hour ago, Dennnn said:

I want to view Youtube on Athlon XP, like 10 years ago, but I can't ! PM27 very very slow, 1fps.

I'm still using an AMD Athlon XP cpu as well. Watching videos in-browser is next to impossible. I'm using 3DYD - Youtube Source instead. It's a DirectShow sourcefilter that you can use with Media Player Classic - HC/BE to open youtube-urls.

3DYD have even forked LAV Filters to be WinXP compatible and in addition added support for TLS 1.2.

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5 hours ago, Dennnn said:

I want to view Youtube on Athlon XP, like 10 years ago, but I can't ! PM27 very very slow, 1fps.

With a SLOW CPU ; you are always better off to DOWNLOAD the FULL VIDEO FILE to your HARD DRIVE (saved as say an MP4 or WEBM video file). Then use a stand alone Video Player like MPC-BE (Black Edition), POTPLAYER, or VLC (well known) to play the video file LOCAL off your own HARD DRIVE. You get a better result that way. Trying to play EMBEDDED VIDEO on a SLOW CPU via a BROWSER in a STREAM DATA situation is a WORSE choice (my view).

As far as how to DOWNLOAD a video file (MP4, WEBM) -- I would suggest (free) YOUTUBE-DL.exe -- which is a Command Line Interface (CLI) program -- uses CMD.EXE (Win OS). YT-DL also interfaces with (free, CLI) FFMPEG.exe automatically, for merging of separate Video and Audio files that it downloads. Lots of 'power' (download options) that the YT-DL and FFMPEG combination allows it. YT-DL works on a LONG list of websites -- not just YouTube alone.

http://blog.k-tai-douga.com  <-- FFMPEG version that works (compiled) for WinXP and YT-DL. Official FFMPEG site stopped supporting WinXP awhile back. It is the 'LEGACY / Windows XP' labled one.

@CoRoNe (below msg) said --> "Streaming or downloading first makes no difference if you ask me."

IF the say MP4 file is FULLY DOWNLOADED, then there is no concern about BUFFERING the data stream in the Media Player. There is LESS stress on the CPU to just 'Media Play' a FULLY DOWNLOADED MP4 file via a stand alone Media Player (my view). But in the end, WYSIWYG = What YOU See is What YOU Get. If something works well for you -- then it does.  :)

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Mine can handle 720p H.264 just fine. For 1080p though I'd really need the videocard's DXVA capabilities.

Streaming or downloading first makes no difference if you ask me. With 3DYD Youtube Source setup to prefer the 1080p H.264 videostream and the Opus audiostream, together with the latest still working DXVA videodecoder from MPC-BE I can watch Youtube videos no problem without having to download them first.

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@Mods:
Due to the server crash everything between 2018-Feb-12 until Jun-1 was lost, as written here:
https://msfn.org/board/topic/177484-server-crashed-lost-data/

But someone made a **BACKUP** on waybackmachine just 1-2 before!
Would be great if you can add the link to the post above:
http://web.archive.org/web/20180530180748/https://msfn.org/board/

Whoever made that Backup, 100x thanks!!
And of course mighty glad MSFN has survived too, was really worried it could be completely lost now :-)))

@roytam1:
Am very glad and grateful for your work and builds, but it's all the more a pity that K-Meleon postings are completely lost inside a dedicated NewMOON topic. And KM74-Goanna is quite hard to find in the "backporting" melting-pot topic too. Please, consider to make own topics for each? It would be so much handier to follow those 2 major projects in their own threads.

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@roytam1 <--

https://o.rthost.cf/palemoon/palemoon-28.0.0a2.win32-git-20180602-84d731716-xpmod.7z
I installed the above NewMoon SNEAKPEAK 28 version. The feature where you have the 'window box' where it prompts you upon opening launch to make it your DEFAULT BROWSER -- to 'click' the button to choose to make it the DEFAULT did NOT work. You can 'click' the button -- but it does NOT change to DEFAULT BROWSER -- and the wording below does NOT change either. Which is good, in that it is indicating that it 'fails' on that.

Also, for ME, the 'NewMoon 27' versions do NOT work on the currently active MSFN.ORG website for POSTING messages. The QUOTE feature is NOT visible. And the REPLY BOX, if I 'click' in there, it 'hangs' in a "LOADING" message mode. I am using BASILISK52 for posting these messages -- which gets the job done, if more slowly overall (for me).

Added: @roytam1 suggested for PM27 --> Choose "Firefox compatibility" in Options (Msg below)

That FIXED my problem -- THANKS !!!   :)

Going to locate my 'If It Ain't Broke - Leave Well Enough Alone' T-Shirt   :angel

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5 hours ago, TechnoRelic said:

@roytam1 <--

https://o.rthost.cf/palemoon/palemoon-28.0.0a2.win32-git-20180602-84d731716-xpmod.7z
I installed the above NewMoon SNEAKPEAK 28 version. The feature where you have the 'window box' where it prompts you upon opening launch to make it your DEFAULT BROWSER -- to 'click' the button to choose to make it the DEFAULT did NOT work. You can 'click' the button -- but it does NOT change to DEFAULT BROWSER -- and the wording below does NOT change either. Which is good, in that it is indicating that it 'fails' on that.

Also, for ME, the 'NewMoon 27' versions do NOT work on the currently active MSFN.ORG website for POSTING messages. The QUOTE feature is NOT visible. And the REPLY BOX, if I 'click' in there, it 'hangs' in a "LOADING" message mode. I am using BASILISK52 for posting these messages -- which gets the job done, if more slowly overall (for me).

for PM28, read disclaimer.

for PM27, make sure you choose "Firefox compatibility" in Options -> Advanced -> General -> Compatibility.

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8 hours ago, siria said:

@Mods:
Due to the server crash everything between 2018-Feb-12 until Jun-1 was lost, as written here:
https://msfn.org/board/topic/177484-server-crashed-lost-data/

But someone made a **BACKUP** on waybackmachine just 1-2 before!
Would be great if you can add the link to the post above:
http://web.archive.org/web/20180530180748/https://msfn.org/board/

Whoever made that Backup, 100x thanks!!
And of course mighty glad MSFN has survived too, was really worried it could be completely lost now :-)))

@roytam1:
Am very glad and grateful for your work and builds, but it's all the more a pity that K-Meleon postings are completely lost inside a dedicated NewMOON topic. And KM74-Goanna is quite hard to find in the "backporting" melting-pot topic too. Please, consider to make own topics for each? It would be so much handier to follow those 2 major projects in their own threads.

you know that KM release post is just a mirror in case KM forum is not working (yeah sf hosting sucks)

and IIRC there is not much KM discussions in this thread (before forum HD crashing)

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What is the difference between "basilisk/UXP" "basilisk/moebius" "New Moon"? What should i now use on Windows XP? I'm confused. 🐨

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23 minutes ago, Mike86 said:

What is the difference between "basilisk/UXP" "basilisk/moebius" "New Moon"? What should i now use on Windows XP? I'm confused. 🐨

UXP is newer one,  basilisk/UXP shares engine with upcoming PaleMoon 28.

moebius is older attempt to make a base for PaleMoon 28 with sightly newer Gecko engine(53a1) than UXP(52ESR), which is now deprecated and efforts on this are ported to UXP.

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ROYTAM1: I just created an account to say thanks for sharing your XP builds of Pale/New Moon. Especially the SSE version, which breathes new life into my main computer... my beloved PIII XP Pro machine :-)

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New regular/weekly KM-Goanna release:
https://o.rthost.cf/kmeleon/KM-Goanna-20180609.7z

Changelog:

Out-of-tree changes:
* update Goanna3 to git be8bcd292..4463c7031:
- Clarify status or repo in README. (cbf1d4591)
- Update HSTS preload list (d77bbb826)
- Merge pull request #1682 from trav90/HSTS-preload-update (500b1e67e)
- Fix count of compacting update tasks started. (4463c7031)
* My changes since my last build:
- Updated NSS to 3.36.4, with patches of bug1464618, bug1465241, Restore-DBM-storage, bug1465186, bug1464616, bug1464971, bug1451936
- Updated libpng to 1.6.34+apng

* Notice: the changelog above may not always applicable to XULRunner code which K-Meleon uses.

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New Palemoon 27 Build!

32bit https://o.rthost.cf/palemoon/palemoon-27.9.1a1.win32-git-20180609-4463c7031-xpmod.7z
32bit SSE https://o.rthost.cf/palemoon/palemoon-27.9.1a1.win32-git-20180609-4463c7031-xpmod-sse.7z
32bit noSSE https://o.rthost.cf/palemoon/palemoon-27.9.1a1.win32-git-20180609-4463c7031-xpmod-ia32.7z

64bit https://o.rthost.cf/palemoon/palemoon-27.9.1a1.win64-git-20180609-4463c7031-xpmod.7z

source patch against official palemoon: https://o.rthost.cf/palemoon/sources_patches_20180602.7z

Official repo changes since my last build:
- Clarify status or repo in README. (cbf1d4591)
- Update HSTS preload list (d77bbb826)
- Merge pull request #1682 from trav90/HSTS-preload-update (500b1e67e)
- Fix count of compacting update tasks started. (4463c7031)

My changes since my last build:
- Updated NSS to 3.36.4, with patches of bug1464618, bug1465241, Restore-DBM-storage, bug1465186, bug1464616, bug1464971, bug1451936
- Updated libpng to 1.6.34+apng

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New build of basilisk/UXP for XP!

Test binary:
Win32 https://o.rthost.cf/basilisk/basilisk52-g4.1.win32-git-20180609-ca8d6d010-xpmod.7z
Win64 https://o.rthost.cf/basilisk/basilisk52-g4.1.win64-git-20180609-ca8d6d010-xpmod.7z

diff: https://o.rthost.cf/basilisk/UXP-xp-gitdiff-20180606.7z

Official repo changes since my last build:
- Remove UITour and customize tips. (b109b14de)
- Check if there are any unpreprocessed files (0468922b5)
- Remove tracking protection tour. (d1a4cabf4)
- Remove unused customization tip prefs. (d87c1ea73)
- Remove unneeded if condition from SelfSupportBackend module. (04f7940bc)
- Update the list of directives and file extensions for check (6a28a5559)
- Refine the file extensions even more (ced9c8b9d)
- [PALEMOON] Enable update prefs in Unstable branding for Linux (d9984d9e5)
- Remove unused code from SelfSupportBackend module. (d38e7b778)
- Merge pull request #431 from trav90/updater-work (d308bde8a)
- Merge pull request #424 from Ascrod/UITour (571b7cdbe)
- Remove SelfSupportBackend module. (ca01936aa)
- Add a check to prevent a crash when CSP directives are used with chrome content (7d9e2a108)
- Don't search for directives that are never used alone (93774317f)
- Update Readability from mozilla-central release branch (FF 60.0). (984dad43a)
- [PALEMOON] Package helper.exe so Windows Shell Service actually works on a packaged product (d89e339a5)
- Merge pull request #429 from JustOff/PR_unpreprocessed_files (fcc1db69e)
- Merge pull request #433 from Ascrod/UITour (dd7046209)
- Always build with SSE2 support when using GCC (2eeab8f39)
- Merge branch 'master' of https://github.com/MoonchildProductions/UXP (963472201)
- Merge pull request #436 from Ascrod/readerview (83394569a)
- Revert "Reinstate tabMinWidth and tabMaxWidth prefs." (87d742b68)
- Merge branch 'master' of https://github.com/MoonchildProductions/UXP (88e05fc52)
- [PALEMOON] Fix "Open Web Location" (Ctrl-L/Alt-D) when nav toolbar hidden (40ad43a8a)
- [PALEMOON] Fix the Findbar - open when you press "/" or "'" keys (8844b141b)
- Merge pull request #441 from janekptacijarabaci/pm_findbar_1 (bf11fdd30)
- Style clean up + fix typo (0b381c1b3)
- Remove an unnecessary comment when closing the dialog (36e5eacbb)
- Issue #303 Part 1: Move basilisk files from /browser to /application/basilisk (a1be17c1c)
- Issue #303 Part 2: Update build files for the new location (81a891179)
- Issue #303 Part 3: Update themes for the new Basilisk location. (031afcafe)
- [PALEMOON] Bump version to Alpha 3 (cbce4f0b6)
- Merge branch 'move-basilisk' (e3b7744be)
- Fix incorrect Pale Moon installer locale paths. (e63c8998c)
- Fix Basilisk Mac window menu include path. (5ede0a5d1)
- Fix a file path for macOS (fd614f7ce)
- Merge pull request #442 from SpockMan02/patch-2 (669b01748)
- Merge pull request #440 from janekptacijarabaci/pm_url_2 (e0058147f)
- Port our stricter cookie gating. (a421f3816)
- Update NSPR to 4.18 (75b3dd4cb)
- Update NSS to 3.35-RTM (e10349ab8)
- Update build system files for NSS 3.35 (3545238cc)
- Restore NSS default storage file format to DBM when no prefix is given. (b2c78bbf8)
- Update HSTS preload list generation script (a32e0cb8c)
- Increase concurrent lookups to 15 when generating HSTS preload list (3b7938d7a)
- Issue #448: Pale Moon: Include pinned tabs when warning about closing tabs with more than one window (cf15c230e)
- Add a helper function in PlacesUIUtils.jsm to cater to HiDPI favicon display with #-moz-resolution=w,h (00dee2f05)
- Merge pull request #458 from SpockMan02/patch-3 (fde9b4521)
- Revert "Restore NSS default storage file format to DBM when no prefix is given." (6f84242a3)
- Request NSS to use DBM as the storage file format (660335934)
- Revert "Disable TLS 1.3 by default for now until our NSS can be updated to the latest spec." (2dad0ec41)
- Restore clearly-delimited format for the HSTS preload list (cef7fcb37)
- Fix for loop in Sync quota dialog. (a3a78d42f)
- Set sync prefs. (d7da72799)
- [PALEMOON] Fix the Findbar - open when you press "/" or "'" keys after start of browser (051495712)
- Fix a comment in browser.js (the FindBar - a tab vs the chrome window's context) (d4e6ea04f)
- Merge branch 'NSS-335' (4a71b3036)
- backport mozbug #546387: fix assert failure in gtk which prints to the console. (8e9811c71)
- Update tzdata in ICU data files to 2018e. (12e3ee769)
- Merge pull request #460 from g4jc/gtk_null_fix (99f072c63)
- Change inlining of intrinsics. (ff901dc52)
- Merge branch 'master' of https://github.com/MoonchildProductions/UXP (63d304368)
- Using "function()" in browser.js - consistency with the surrounding code (d48914545)
- Bug 1458270: Clean up in the shutdown observer. r=milan a=jcristau (6b36aa089)
- Bug 1452576 - Improve StructuredCloneHolder for fuzzy tests, r=decoder a=jcristau (e597487f3)
- Bug 1459206 - Use FileSystemSecurity in ContentParent::RecvGetFilesRequest. r=ehsan, a=jcristau (f35bf8b65)
- Update dimensions early in ClearTarget. (01e813736)
- Fix build bustage. (cd96ca11c)
- Bug 1462682 - Skia path bounds rounding fix. r=rhunt, a=RyanVM (e810c8a5c)
- Account for offsets when creating  buffers for image textures. (bd0e550e6)
- Bug 1450688. r=bz, a=RyanVM (dc33e9207)
- Perform some sanity checks on nsMozIconURI. (835749ed6)
- Refactor structured clone JSAPI to prevent mismatched scopes. (0e550f2fb)
- string.contains() => string.includes() (440ed92f3)
- Merge pull request #459 from janekptacijarabaci/pm_findbar_2 (c8f1b9fc6)
- Reinstate string.prototype.contains() (240f52db8)
- Regenerate the HSTS preload list (b789cbe5c)
- [PALEMOON] Update the pref name for HSTS (e370a636b)
- Update kiss-fft to 1.4.0 and disable OpenMP for it. (32ccd283f)
- Merge pull request #461 from trav90/HSTS (306f3865c)
- Fix count of compacting update tasks started. (f13b39a77)
- Bug 1465108 - Use function pointers rather than virtual run method for GC parallel tasks r=sfink a=abillings a=RyanVM (c951c985c)
- Bug 1459693 - Ensure the right anonymous element is focused when calling input.focus(). (c631245c9)
- Bug 1464829 - Ensure the recover instruction vector has the expected size. (f3657d6b4)
- Improve the SSSE3 scaler. (cd4da92df)
- Bug 1458264 - Reset UNPACK_SKIP vars when uploading zeros. (887e2c8b1)
- Bug 1464784 - Hold a strong ref to the document in callers of ConvertNodesOrStringsIntoNode. r=smaug, a=abillings (fa47c8d42)
- Sanity-check in nsStandardURL::Deserialize(). r=mayhemer, a=RyanVM (271f1ef60)
- Media: harden TrackID handling. (d7beb75aa)
- Make sure the waiting message is actually displayed. (5182fe045)
- Partially disentangle FxA from Weave so Pale Moon Sync can work. (fcf214cb3)
- [PALEMOON] Add missed strings required by page info (b1ddd8a8a)
- Merge pull request #463 from JustOff/PR_pippki_strings (ca8d6d010)

My changes since my last build:
- Updated NSS to 3.36.4, with patches of bug1464618, bug1465241, Restore-DBM-storage, bug1465186, bug1464616, bug1464971, bug1451936
- fix bustage after rev fcf214cb3

PM28XP *sneak peek* x86 build:
Win32 https://o.rthost.cf/palemoon/palemoon-28.0.0a3.win32-git-20180609-ca8d6d010-xpmod.7z
Win64 https://o.rthost.cf/palemoon/palemoon-28.0.0a3.win64-git-20180609-ca8d6d010-xpmod.7z
Disclaimer: This sneak peek build is ONLY for previewing next major version. It may contain bugs and/or missing functionality and is NOT ready for daily use. DO NOT use it in production.

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New build of Firfox 45ESR SSE:

test binary: https://o.rthost.cf/gpc/files1.rt/firefox-45.9.9-20180609-5f0c3e1b9-win32-sse.7z

repo: https://github.com/roytam1/mozilla45esr

Changes since my last build:
- bump revision to 45.9.9 (4c5ae2a61)
- NSS: update to 3.36.4 (0be45989b)
- browserGlue: make use of UserAgentOverrides.jsm (0eaa21209)
- NSS: applied bug1451936, bug1464616, bug1464971, bug1465186 (83b85d57f)
- nsLayoutUtils: nsIFrame::FlexItemMainSizeOverride() may returning NULL, gruad it before actually using it. Fixed crash when loading plus.google.com. (c8b5c4ec2)
- perferences: add TenFourFox Basic AdBlock switch into Advanced -> General -> Browsing panel (5f0c3e1b9)

WIP: try to find a fix for playing twitter video (MSE with LAV dlls seems working fine, not committed yet)

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