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Simon.T
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Pocket K-Meleon

#1 Post by Simon.T » Wed Jul 18, 2007 1:46 pm


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#2 Post by Andrew Lee » Thu Jul 19, 2007 5:43 am

Can't find anyway to download the file. All I see are ways to generate the HTML code for sharing the file. Any pointers?

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#3 Post by denash1 » Thu Jul 19, 2007 8:04 am

http://www.bigupload.com/d=D332C621

this is the direct link to the file ;)

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#4 Post by zikarus » Fri Jul 20, 2007 2:25 am

But alas, the Pocket version won't run - at least off of my stick. The one who made the Pocket-version has realized some probs too (have a look into the K-Meleon forum here):

http://kmeleon.sourceforge.net/forum/re ... 875,page=2

[Edit: The link does not seem to work - look under General-Is there a 1.1 portable version-page2 (near the end)]

The good news: The 'normal' version of K-Meleon does run off of my stick without probs. With a bit of tweaking it can be made quite portable...

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DLLs maybe the problem?

#5 Post by BigD » Fri Jul 20, 2007 2:46 am

zikarus,

Sorry about the nuisance with Pocket K-Meleon 1.1 not running occasionally on some systems. However, try copying MSVCP71.DLL and MSVCR71.DLL into the K-Meleon program folder (or newer versions of them) and see if it works. That solved the problems which I had on some Win XP+SP2 machines.

Alain Aupeix has kindly produced Pocket K-Meleon 1.1 in various languages, as I am spending most of my time now working on Linux systems. (I'm afraid Vista just doesn't seem worth the hassle!) :wink:

Douglas

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#6 Post by zikarus » Fri Jul 20, 2007 3:21 am

Yes I have tried the .dll trick - but without success in my case...
But don't worry - it works pretty well with the normal version :D

Though I understand your pov concerning Vista I hope you will not get stuck into Linux only - XP is still quite alive too 8)

EDIT Btw just stumbled across the numbers of the .dll you named! Might try it once more since I tried the 70s (not the 71s) if I remember right. Maybe that is the clue....

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#7 Post by zikarus » Fri Jul 20, 2007 3:31 am

Magic! On one PC (though not the one it failed on this morning) it does work now with the 71.dll's included. Thank you Douglas! :lol:

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Rant of a minimalist (rather OT)

#8 Post by BigD » Fri Jul 20, 2007 5:17 am

zikarus wrote:I hope you will not get stuck into Linux only - XP is still quite alive too 8)
Ahem, confession time for a minimalist: I was really a Win 2000 man, and only have to use Win XP at work under duress! The extra bloat of XP for a tiny amount of dubiously improved function over 2000 never convinced me, but 2000 did seem worth the leap from Win 98.

The crazy thing is, I can experiment with the Beryl 3-D desktop under MEPIS Linux running on my several years old gear, whereas Vista would not even sniff at installing Aero on such old hardware. :roll:

Anyway, glad that changing the DLLs helped you somewhat with K-M!

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