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post #4121 of 5969
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Originally Posted by GoGoris View Post

Should it be possible to port a dutch languagepack to waterfox? I find the speed fantastic, but like it to have my browser in my own language.

I can only find a dutch firefox installer package but no language pack. Or is it possible to copy a sort of dedicated language file from my dutch x86 firefox install directory to my waterfox directory?

 

http://sourceforge.net/projects/waterfoxproj/files/xpi/
choose nl.xpi
The following steps should be done once (if this is the first time that you install the nl.xpi)

After installation, type in the address bar "about: config", press enter and confirm any warning.
Scroll to "general.useragent.locale" and double click with the left mouse button,
Fill in the now open window "nl " (ATTENTION: NO capitals)
Restart the browser

Good luck
Edited by Truffel71 - 10/29/12 at 9:20am
post #4122 of 5969
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Originally Posted by Bitemarks and bloodstains View Post

It's showing 16.0.1 for both the installer and portable
http://www.waterfoxproject.org/download.php

The link is downloading Portable 15.
post #4123 of 5969
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Originally Posted by Bitemarks and bloodstains View Post

It's showing 16.0.1 for both the installer and portable
http://www.waterfoxproject.org/download.php

Yes, but portable is still 15.
post #4124 of 5969
This still not working in final 16.0.1:

Right click on Waterfox in status bar +

Open new tab
Open new window
Enter private browsing

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post #4125 of 5969
Well after multiple attempts at trying this build over the officials and never seeing any difference from the 2 i figure I try to use this build for week to month and see if i see and difference, and honestly i still see no difference between the 2 speed or other wise. Or is all cause I have my FF profile on my HDD and not my SSD like the actual program or cause I have FF set to use Ram instead of disk for cache.

That or my verizon 3mbit dsl really is that slow haah
post #4126 of 5969
Just wanted to chime in and say thanks for the new Waterfox!

Keep updating it, but at the pace you can.

wubsmiley.gif
post #4127 of 5969
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Originally Posted by tsunami231 View Post

Well after multiple attempts at trying this build over the officials and never seeing any difference from the 2 i figure I try to use this build for week to month and see if i see and difference, and honestly i still see no difference between the 2 speed or other wise. Or is all cause I have my FF profile on my HDD and not my SSD like the actual program or cause I have FF set to use Ram instead of disk for cache.
That or my verizon 3mbit dsl really is that slow haah
If your computer is speed as with a SSD or i7, the gain of WF is not visible. WF is 20% global faster that FF...
post #4128 of 5969

Maybe you can put advertising on your site, so that every user will sponsor you in that way when downloading a new version, or something like that wink.gif
It's sad that you make a loss with a beautiful project like this.

post #4129 of 5969
Well i have I7 and SSD so i guess that explains it
post #4130 of 5969
I use Roboform and have for many years, and installed Waterfox only to find out Roboform doesn't work.

I found this site, but am suspicious. Does anyone know if it's legit?

http://www.x64bitdownload.com/download/t-64-bit-ai-roboform-download-rqrriyos.html

Thanks.
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