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Hey MrAlex,

First of all, great work. smile.gif I'm currently using Pale Moon, but going to give your browser a shot.

Just curious, have you disabled the following features? ActiveX and ActiveX scripting, Accessibility features, Parental controls and the other miscellaneous things like the crash reporter?
post #42 of 7225
If only firefox had a decent omnibar ...(the one in the add-on doesn't work as well as the chrome one)

I do like this build over vanilla FF4.0 though, much faster when using 64-bit.
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This is unspeakably fast on my computer! Oh man!! What a dramatic improvement over Firefox 4!! How is this even possible?! Everything is pretty much the same aside from the banner, but it's just so much faster! No incompatibility problems from my time using it so far, so I'll definitely be sticking with this!

Thanks so much, MrAlex! I browse the net for leisure and work(which means I'm on a lot), so this is gonna safe me a lot of time!

I'll be very sure to spread the word about this for sure! You rock! applaud.gif
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Hm, is there any way I could directly transfer and reinstall my addons from Pale Moon to this without having to install each one manually? I'd really like to give it a whirl, but just got Pale Moon all configured
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Originally Posted by Shredicus;12942058 
Hm, is there any way I could directly transfer and reinstall my addons from Pale Moon to this without having to install each one manually? I'd really like to give it a whirl, but just got Pale Moon all configured

Open up Windows Explorer and type in the location bar %appdata%. This will bring you to your appdata folder. Find the folder named Moonchild Productions (or Pale Moon, forgot which one it is) and inside it you should see a Profiles folder. Inside that folder you see a folder called .default. Copy the contents of .default folder. Find the Mozilla folder back in %appdata%, go a few levels in until you see Profiles and a different .default folder. Paste contents of .default from Pale Moon into Firefox.

I think that's clear enough
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This is really cool and I'm interested, I might give it a go.
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the adobe plug-in wouldn't work for me, so youtube wasn't available, but great job none the less
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Just tried this and got the MSVCR100.dll error, I thought this might have been fixed in the link. I'll just try downloading it and placing it manually.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by E30M3;12942329 
Just tried this and got the MSVCR100.dll error, I thought this might have been fixed in the link. I'll just try downloading it and placing it manually.

Installing the Visual C++ x64 Redistributable linked in the OP should fix that. I had the same problem
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Originally Posted by townending;12942247 
the adobe plug-in wouldn't work for me, so youtube wasn't available, but great job none the less

Why didn't it work? What problems did you have?
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Originally Posted by E30M3;12942329 
Just tried this and got the MSVCR100.dll error, I thought this might have been fixed in the link. I'll just try downloading it and placing it manually.

As Vowels says below:
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Originally Posted by Vowels;12942340 
Installing the Visual C++ x64 Redistributable linked in the OP should fix that. I had the same problem
    
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