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Quote:
Originally Posted by Cozmoz;14225554 
Just created a little comparison using a modified version of the Nightly logo.

Waterfoxiconcomparison.png

I have uploaded a copy of the second icon, both can be found below:

http://cozmonort.deviantart.com/art/Waterfox-icon-228266483

http://cozmonort.deviantart.com/art/Waterfox-icon-Nightly-remix-238901822

Enjoy!
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Hi, ...
Quote:
Originally Posted by Reuter;14244478 
How can i create my own language pack, since there is no german language available at this time?

Greetings

Hi, ...

I have use the "fr.xpi", to have Waterfox x64, in French Canada.
It mean that your Waterfox x64 build, can use " .xpi".
Try for German language "Deutsch" and Waterfox x64 = "de.xpi".

1) Download =

You can go to release section, and select the version nbr of your browser release version and after the .xpi = https://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/mozilla.org/firefox/releases/

In example for v5.0 of Firefox and Waterfox, "de.xpi" = use that url below. it go directly to the download link.

https://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/mozilla.org/firefox/releases/5.0/win32/xpi/de.xpi

Please remember, that for now, its in win32 section, but work with x64 build of the same version nbr.


2) After type that url link inside Waterfox

About:config


3) it go to the parameter configuration section.


4)
from
general.useragent.locale = en_US
to
general.useragent.locale = de

or in example
general.useragent.locale = fr_CA


5) Restart Waterfox.


6) Then now Waterfox, is in your language.
Edited by sst - 7/17/11 at 9:34am
post #603 of 7225
Is this going to only be updated as the RCs get released, or will we be seeing Waterfox's based on Aurora or Nightly builds? I'd like to use Firefox 8 Nightly, but love Waterfox so much, I can't justify it.
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Not trying to push you but just to let you know, Firefox 6 beta 2 is out
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Woo! It's about time!

*edit*

Hulu works now! tongue.gif
Only partly, I went and searched for Fringe and clicked on an Episode and I get loading and then a black screen.
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Originally Posted by Quantum Reality;14189335 
Question - any chance you could put an SSE3 capable build up as well as the usual? Or would SSE3 just slow it down? Some really old CPUs wouldn't handle it but most of the 2000s-era generation should be able to. (See here)

Unfortunately not. Microsoft decided they wouldn't include anything further than SSE 2 optimisation flags in the Visual Studio compiler. Although thankfully they have allowed the AVX extension.
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Originally Posted by Cozmoz;14224921 
I've created an improved icon file for Waterfox as I don't like the jagged lines found on the current one; please find here:

http://cozmonort.deviantart.com/art/Waterfox-icon-228266483

The .ico file can be found in the zip folder once downloaded. The Photoshop and Illustrator files are available on request.

Hope you like it smile.gif

Thank you very much! I'll be using that from now on wink.gif
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Originally Posted by Inverse;14248709 
Is this going to only be updated as the RCs get released, or will we be seeing Waterfox's based on Aurora or Nightly builds? I'd like to use Firefox 8 Nightly, but love Waterfox so much, I can't justify it.

Only as RCs are released. I literally don't have the time or money to do such a feat. It takes 4 hours to compile Waterfox, doing that every day? I wouldn't be able to, since I'm busy almost every single day. As for the money, that would be needed to build a system capable of compiling Waterfox faster and have it make 'automated' builds. Unfortunately I don't have money to spend tongue.gif
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Originally Posted by xd_1771;14250494 
Not trying to push you but just to let you know, Firefox 6 beta 2 is out

I don't think I can keep up with all the Beta's that are coming out. I'm trying to get auto-update working so whenever there is a release it's as simple as clicking a button. Firefox 6 is releasing next month anyway tongue.gif I'll see if I have time to compile Beta's. Sorry about this. If I had a faster computer then it wouldn't be a problem, but 4 hours is a long time to spend each day frown.gif
    
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Cool, glad to here your gonna use it. biggrin.gif
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Was gone to use Firefox Nightly 64-bit until I realized there is no 64bit Silverlight by M$ so that means no Netflix or any other SL streaming service. So I can't use it quite yet. frown.gif

Even Flash (used by Youtube) is not even 64bit released yet:
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Originally Posted by Adobe 
Will Flash Player come in a 64-bit version soon?

Adobe is actively working on the release of a native 64-bit Flash Player for the desktop and plans to provide native support for Windows, Macintosh, and Linux 64-bit platforms in an upcoming major release of Flash Player.

Note: You can download a preview release of Flash Player with the codename "Square." This release includes full support for 64-bit web browsers on Windows, Mac, and Linux computers from Adobe Labs (http://labs.adobe.com). The preview release installs into 64-bit web browsers, so you do not need to use a 32-bit browser to view Flash Player content.

Edited by kennyparker1337 - 7/18/11 at 7:02am
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Even Flash (used by Youtube) is not even 64bit released yet:

Have you even GLANCED at this thread at all?

http://labs.adobe.com/downloads/flashplayer11.html

doh.gif
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well ,mr alex is back biggrin.gif

how was your vacation??

may you get auto updates working and buy a nice powerful pc
amen cheers.gif
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