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post #5311 of 7359
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Originally Posted by Modsy View Post

Yes, that make sense.
I will have to choose between Firefox and Waterfox. Security vs Speed.
Great work anyway.
Is it possible to create a profile for each one so this would not happen ?

Just install the "compatibility check" add-on in waterfox, which should make all your add-ons work ....
> LINK
post #5312 of 7359
Only notice now it been made an "official" release thumb.gif

Thanks for all your hard work ... works great specool.gif
post #5313 of 7359
Can I help with Russian localization?
post #5314 of 7359
So is there a proper installer and everything? I've been using Pale Moon, but I would like to go back to Waterfox if it is now on an official release schedule again.
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post #5315 of 7359
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So is there a proper installer and everything? I've been using Pale Moon, but I would like to go back to Waterfox if it is now on an official release schedule again.

Seriously? poke.gif With 4711 post, I'm sure you know how a forum works ... See post #1 on Page #1 doh.gif

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post #5316 of 7359
Thanks for the update.

It is improved, but not perfect.

I did notice that some of the links that open the in page PDF viewer or MP3 player have JAVA in them.

Such as:

javascript:document.getElementById('Submit').click(); Opens Information Week Magazine in a PDF viewer.

http://www.headinthesand.ca/lesjupes/uploads/01_what_am_i_doing_here__live_loft_sessions.mp3 Opens a MP3 player in a new tab.

Where these links open the download dialog:

assets3.restormassets.com/resources/audio/Bob%20Findlay%20-%20(You%20and%20Your)%20Your%20Poison%20Pen.mp3?filename=07/07db7cf80fff82023c2edf7df4cd8134_2518315.mpga
Opens a download dialog for a MP3

http://www.ibmsystemsmagpowersystemsdigital.com/fx/save/dbindex.php?book_id=__NXT__d64a49ec29aa1d406d60bce02b7457ba&sid=5d59475e278f3538e228d9360c21c6a9&pdf=1
Downloads a PDF of IBM Systems Magazine

Hope this information helps.

Chas
post #5317 of 7359
Long time fan of your work, Mr. Alex. Good to see Waterfox is back, time to ditch Nightly. tongue.gif

Just a quick question, how can we associate HTTP and HTTPS with Waterfox if it's not shown in the possible options? Windows 8 user here.

Thanks in advance.

EDIT: I've tried forcing Waterfox to be the default browser through the Tools/Options, but it's gone from Chrome to Nightly now, even though I deleted Nightly before installing the latest WF. It won't even open the HTTP links now.
Edited by Panwaffles - 10/8/13 at 6:39pm
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Long time fan of your work, Mr. Alex. Good to see Waterfox is back, time to ditch Nightly. tongue.gif

Just a quick question, how can we associate HTTP and HTTPS with Waterfox if it's not shown in the possible options? Windows 8 user here.

Thanks in advance.

EDIT: I've tried forcing Waterfox to be the default browser through the Tools/Options, but it's gone from Chrome to Nightly now, even though I deleted Nightly before installing the latest WF. It won't even open the HTTP links now.
try with windows in default program
post #5319 of 7359
I thought it was obvious that I already tried with the Default programs association, but as I said, the Waterfox can't be found in the list of available software.
post #5320 of 7359
On Win7 WF does show for me under default programs and HTTP/HTTPS are protocols associated for WF.

I can't see that Win8 would handle it differently ... are you using the latest install files for WF as per post #1 ?

I would also suggest to uninstall all other versions of firefox/nightly & also delete any traces left behind (eg AppData)
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