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13 hours ago, dmiranda said:

Hi there. Has anyone been able to make greedy cache (https://github.com/JustOff/greedy-cache) wok in Basilisk52?

JustOff offers a few extensions for multiple browsers, but most of his extensions are for Pale Moon only. Unfortunately, Greedy Cache is one of these extensions. If it was compatible with Firefox or Serpent, he'd have added most probably suitable compatibility strings to the file install.rdf. But you can add these strings by editing install.rdf, install your mod afterwards and do your own test. It's totally easy, and you have nothing to lose.

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6 hours ago, AstroSkipper said:

But you can add these strings by editing install.rdf, install your mod afterwards and do your own test. It's totally easy, and you have nothing to lose.

He. Yes, of course. Greedy me, I wanted to save some time before going that way :P

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7 hours ago, AstroSkipper said:

Greedy Cache is one of these extensions. If it was compatible with Firefox or Serpent, he'd have added most probably suitable compatibility strings to the file install.rdf. But you can add these strings by editing install.rdf, install your mod afterwards and do your own test

... Another approach would be to first install Serpent Tester Tool:

https://github.com/Nebula-Mechanica/serpent-tester-tool/releases/tag/1.0.0

and with that done, test install the PM-specific extension in St52/UXP ;) :P ...

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2 minutes ago, VistaLover said:

... Another approach would be to first install Serpent Tester Tool:

https://github.com/Nebula-Mechanica/serpent-tester-tool/releases/tag/1.0.0

and with that done, test install the PM-specific extension in St52/UXP ;) :P

Thanks for the hint! I only knew Moon Tester Tool but Serpent Tester Tool, I didn't have on my radar yet. Thanks again!

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I mean all that free crossing of code from different events of multiple branches of all forgotten trees. Sweet tooth wanted his precious code in his hands all of the time, all for and by himself :P

 

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11 hours ago, kartel said:

https://socialclub.rockstargames.com/

 

Can anyone get rockstar social club to load?

I get a blank page and no error log

 

https://support.rockstargames.com works and I can login but I guess its pollyfill.

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Hi @kartel been a while since I've seen you, and am surprised to not see you as much in mypal threads, but anyway..

This is what I get a blank page - I assume you mean on Serpent.

Blank page but with the error below.

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I can not get to your first link at all.

The page isn’t redirecting properly

Hope you figure this out as I don't know what exactly what the TypeError means.

Take care ;)

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9 hours ago, kartel said:

https://socialclub.rockstargames.com/

Can anyone get rockstar social club to load?
I get a blank page and no error log

... You could've at least mentioned type of Browser and build version ;) ...
In any case. I use Serpent 52.9.0 32-bit here, so that will be the one I'll experiment with...

Not being a gamer myself, I had never visited that URL before, but upon loading your link, I can replicate the reported behaviour :( (i.e. a blank page) ...

Disabling uBlock Origin (legacy) makes no difference; as you said, no error stands out in Web Console, but the tab stops loading at:

https://s.rsg.sc/sc/js/20220603biee/build/intl-locale-polyfill.js

Also, Browser Console reports more:

GET https://s.rsg.sc/sc/js/20220603biee/build/intl-locale-polyfill.js.map  [HTTP/2.0 404 Not Found 425ms]

On an educated hunch, I felt that the page requires the "Intl.RelativeTimeFormat()" constructor, a JS feature first implemented in Firefox (Quantum) v65.0 and Google Chrome 71; more here ... No sigh of that in latest UXP, as you'd have imagined by now... :(

I took an approach I mentioned earlier in this thread, i.e. I took it upon an on-line "polyfill" service (that provides "polyfills" for missing platform Web APIs) and composed a simple Userscript loaded in ViolentMonkey :

// ==UserScript==
// @name        Add Intl.RelativeTimeFormat support
// @version     0.0.1
// @description Polyfills 'Intl.RelativeTimeFormat()', first implemented in Chromium 71
// @namespace   polyfill.app
// @include     https://*.rockstargames.com/*
// @run-at      document-start
// @require     https://polyfill.app/api/polyfill?minify&features=intl|locale=en~es
// ==/UserScript==

<!-- Polyfill Intl.RelativeTimeFormat, its dependencies & 'en, es' locale data -->

That only accounts for English and Spanish locales; the English version of referenced URI now loads successfully in St52:

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What is odd, and he is right.

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https://support.rockstargames.com/ Will load just fine just as is on:

52.9.0 (32-bit)
Build ID     20220617032904?

EDIT:

I should actually also say, I am a gamer as well, but I don't pay anymore for games because I can't afford to and have had also to drop netflix early this year to only rely on "free" things.

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