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Digital A/V News / Re: Audacity will spy you
Last post by j7n -
Continue using a version without the telemetry. For declicking RX can't be beat. RX2 is still very good. As a multi-track editor, consider Reaper.
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3rd Party Plugins - (fb2k) / Re: foo_chronflow – Coverflow
Last post by Smurth -
Hi,

Thank you for this great plugin ; I really enjoy it.

I have few suggestions :
- In the Display's preference tab, it could be more convenient to define the font size as a percentage of the panel's height ; like you did with the position.
- The cover to be displayed could be defined using a titleformating string and, if no image is found, fall back to the internal artreader.

A side note: As this plugin is already well advanced in its developpement, I'm wondering why it is labeled 0.5.2 ; do you have a roadmap in mind ?
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Uploads - (fb2k) / Re: Biography
Last post by paregistrase -
Of course installing 3rd party browsers in WINE won't make any difference. If you can install/browse with them, that's because they will use 3rd party libraries like OpenSSL and have their own certificate stores which have no dependences on the underlying APIs provided by the OS.

All internet connectivity in JScript Panel and Spider Monkey Panel is through the xmlhttp ActiveXObject / built in windows certificate store which is entirely dependent on how updated the OS is. It doesn't necessarily have to be that way but that's the way all scripts are currently written. No one has gone out of their way with alternatives because no one cares about WINE enough.
I only try to used it to open links, didn't expect that solved the conection issues

I understand this, the program is for windows and is must be more convenient use the already existing tools of the OS.

It will be cool if it was different but linux users are a minority.

Until then the only thing that left is wait for a implementation in the wine side.
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Uploads - (fb2k) / Re: Biography
Last post by snotlicker -
Of course installing 3rd party browsers in WINE won't make any difference. If you can install/browse with them, that's because they will use 3rd party libraries like OpenSSL and have their own certificate stores which have no dependences on the underlying APIs provided by the OS.

All internet connectivity in JScript Panel and Spider Monkey Panel is through the xmlhttp ActiveXObject / built in windows certificate store which is entirely dependent on how updated the OS is. It doesn't necessarily have to be that way but that's the way all scripts are currently written. No one has gone out of their way with alternatives because no one cares about WINE enough.
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Uploads - (fb2k) / Re: Biography
Last post by paregistrase -
I suspect this would be servers being updated to block ye olde clients without modern TLS support. It's like Windows 7 is pretty useless out of the box until it's fully updated.

Sure it is  ;D

With ie8 you can forget about any https.or similar inside the prefix, even if you changes the keys in regedit ie8 always find the way to come back.

I even used a old 32 firefox installed inside wine to try to avoid ie8 but was a race lost before start
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