Firefox 4.0 and SeaMonkey-2.1 Beta 3 for OS/2 released

Howdy,

Firefox-4.0 final is available at
http://releases.mozilla.org/pub/mozilla.org/firefox/releases/4.0/contrib/firefox-4.0.en-US.os2.zip
The latest (and presumably last) Beta of SeaMonkey
http://releases.mozilla.org/pub/mozilla.org/seamonkey/releases/2.1b3-real/contrib/seamonkey-2.1b3.en-US.os2.zip
Be sure to download and carefully _read_ the new Readmes
http://releases.mozilla.org/pub/mozilla.org/firefox/releases/4.0/contrib/firefox-4.0.en-US.os2.README
http://releases.mozilla.org/pub/mozilla.org/seamonkey/releases/2.1b3-real/contrib/seamonkey-2.1b3.en-US.os2.README

Two points from the Readme are very important to mention
1)
===============================================================================
-- Compatibility Warning
------------------------------------------------------
===============================================================================

After using Firefox v4.x (SeaMonkey-2.1b3), your History and Cookies
databases (places.sqlite
and cookies.sqlite) will NOT be compatible with Firefox v3.x
(SeaMonkey-2.0.x).  However, a
REXX script is available to restore compatibility.

* To preserve compatibility:
  - download 'dbrestore.zip' from
      ftp://ftp.netlabs.org/incoming/mozilla/dbrestore.zip
    or
      http://e-vertise.com/warpzilla/dbrestore.zip
  - unzip it into your profile directory
  - make backups of places.sqlite and cookies.sqlite

* To restore compatibilty BEFORE running Firefox v3.x:
  - run the script from your profile directory.

* To restore compatibilty AFTER running Firefox v3.x
  (i.e. you forgot to run the script before):
  - look for 'places.sqlite.corrupt' and 'cookies.sqlite.corrupt' in
your
    profile directory,   If they appear to be the right size, remove
the
    '.corrupt' extension after deleting the newly-created versions.
  - run the script
  - if your history and cookies aren't restored, use your backup
copies.

2)
* Exceptq - Crash Reporting
    If the app crashes, Exceptq will beep and then create an exception
    report containing details of the crash.  You can send these
reports
    to the developers at <crash_at_e-vertise.com>.

The Exceptq app and dlls can be downloaded here:
        http://hobbes.nmsu.edu/h-search.php?&key=exceptq71


Please, to be on the safe side, backup your profiles _before_ using
the new versions.

Get them as long as they're still fresh ;-)

Walter
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Walter Meinl wrote:

> Firefox-4.0 final is available at
> The latest (and presumably last) Beta of SeaMonkey

Wonderful, thanks to everyone involved!

> Be sure to download and carefully _read_ the new Readmes

I see that these are not included in the archives, is that because they 
have not been committed to the source tree yet?  The included readme 
says that Java 1.4.x will work, for example.

Other issues I have noticed, although probably not OS/2 specific:

1) There's a little progress dialog shown when downloading an addon, but 
it's not drawn properly.  This is new, and probably still buggy in the 
cross-platform code.

2) The Flashgot extension does some nasty stuff.  I had disabled it 
previously due to it doing weird things, and I updated to the new RC 
thinking that it might help.  Unfortunately, the new one triggers 
crashes in pmmerge when right clicking on links (necessitating a reboot, 
not even CADH comes up).

Anyone found a better soluion than Flashgot for triggering MPlayer 
streaming?
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Steve
4/14/2011 3:53:42 AM
Steve Wendt wrote:

> The included readme says that Java 1.4.x will work, for example.

Speaking of plugins: in addition to the Java plugins not being loaded, 
it looks like Acrobat (nparos2.dll) is not getting loaded either.  I 
have no idea how long that's been happening, but is it working for 
anyone else?  Or is there a reason for it to not be loaded now?
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Steve
4/14/2011 4:23:37 AM
Steve Wendt wrote:
> 2) The Flashgot extension does some nasty stuff.  I had disabled it
> previously due to it doing weird things, and I updated to the new RC
> thinking that it might help.  Unfortunately, the new one triggers
> crashes in pmmerge when right clicking on links (necessitating a reboot,
> not even CADH comes up).

Flashgot continues to work fine here with various builds bracketing the 
beta.
Try setting MOZ_NO_RWS=1 to see if that helps
Dave
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Dave
4/14/2011 5:00:30 AM
Dave Yeo wrote:

>> 2) The Flashgot extension does some nasty stuff. I had disabled it
>> previously due to it doing weird things
>
> Flashgot continues to work fine here with various builds

Fiddling with the settings again seems to have cleared things up.  I 
turned off most of the options, then just turned back on the minimum. 
If it starts getting wonky again, I'll clear out the preferences completely.
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Steve
4/14/2011 5:20:01 AM
On Thu, 14 Apr 2011 03:53:42 UTC, Steve Wendt <spamsux@forgetit.org> 
wrote:

> 2) The Flashgot extension does some nasty stuff.  I had disabled it 
> previously due to it doing weird things, and I updated to the new RC 
> thinking that it might help.  Unfortunately, the new one triggers 
> crashes in pmmerge when right clicking on links (necessitating a reboot, 
> not even CADH comes up).
> 
> Anyone found a better soluion than Flashgot for triggering MPlayer 
> streaming?

Launchy is similar to Flashgot. Works here as well as Flashgot.
http://gemal.dk/mozilla/launchy.html

I use it to start RTMPDump-YLE. 
http://users.tkk.fi/~aajanki/rtmpdump-yle/index-en.html

My seamonkey_profile\chrome\launchy.xml content is:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<configurations xmlns="http://launchy.mozdev.org/configurations">
	<application>
		<label>Yle-dl  Areena</label>
		<type>5</type>
		<command>G:\Programs\yle-dl\yle-areena.cmd</command>
	</application>
	<application>
		<label>Katsomo</label>
		<type>5</type>
		<command>G:\Programs\mplayer\katsomo.cmd</command>
	</application>
	<application>
		<label>Yle-dl  Arkisto</label>
		<type>5</type>
		<command>G:\Programs\yle-dl\yle-arkisto.cmd</command>
	</application>
	<application>
		<label>Yle-dl  Sound</label>
		<type>5</type>
		<command>G:\Programs\yle-dl\yle-sound.cmd</command>
	</application>
</configurations>
 
Must restart browser after changing options.

-- 
Hessu
Feel free to correct my English :-)
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Heikki
4/14/2011 7:52:01 AM
On Apr 14, 5:53=A0am, Steve Wendt <spam...@forgetit.org> wrote:
> Walter Meinl wrote:
> > Firefox-4.0 final is available at
> > The latest (and presumably last) Beta of SeaMonkey
>
> Wonderful, thanks to everyone involved!
>
> > Be sure to download and carefully _read_ the new Readmes
>
> I see that these are not included in the archives, is that because they
> have not been committed to the source tree yet? =A0The included readme
> says that Java 1.4.x will work, for example.
>
I exchanged it in the Firefox archive. For SeaMonkey I just copied it
over from the Firefox's one after having built the beast and did a
quick exchange of Firefox against Seamonkey where appropriate. Yes,
there is a bug pending (for a long time now) to overhaul the MOZAPP
Readme's.
Walter

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Walter
4/14/2011 1:06:18 PM
On 4/14/2011 12:52 AM, Heikki Kekki wrote:

> Launchy is similar to Flashgot. Works here as well as Flashgot.
> http://gemal.dk/mozilla/launchy.html

Thanks, I'll give that a shot.
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Steve
4/14/2011 5:20:41 PM
> Firefox-4.0 final is available athttp://releases.mozilla.org/pub/mozilla.org/firefox/releases/4.0/cont...

Thanks a lot

   RBRi
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rbri
4/14/2011 5:56:38 PM
Heikki Kekki wrote:

> Launchy is similar to Flashgot. Works here as well as Flashgot.
> http://gemal.dk/mozilla/launchy.html

That definitely does not cause the same problems that I am having with 
Flashgot, which is a big plus.  I do see some disadvantages in comparison:

1) No UI for configuring launchers, like Flashgot has.  You don't need 
to set these up very often, so not a big problem.

2) The preferences UI lists type 5 as undefined, probably just a visual bug.

3) You have to use a submenu to get to the app, whereas with Flashgot it 
can be in the primary context menu.

4) Flashgot adds an entry to the Open/Download dialog, which is pretty 
handy sometimes.

I think Flashgot has more features as well, but nothing I really use. 
But Launchy is simpler and isn't causing crashes; thanks for the tip!  :-)
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Steve
4/15/2011 3:49:53 AM
Steve Wendt wrote:

> I think Flashgot has more features as well, but nothing I really use.
> But Launchy is simpler and isn't causing crashes; thanks for the tip! :-)

It's possible that deleting xul.mfl has fixed my problems with Flashgot. 
  I'll know soon enough.

For anyone following this thread, I did find something else that looks 
useful, although it's only for YouTube:
https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/seamonkey/addon/download-youtube/
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Steve
4/15/2011 4:01:55 AM
Hi Steve

Steve Wendt wrote:
> Steve Wendt wrote:
>
>> I think Flashgot has more features as well, but nothing I really use.
>> But Launchy is simpler and isn't causing crashes; thanks for the tip! :-)
>
> It's possible that deleting xul.mfl has fixed my problems with Flashgot.
> I'll know soon enough.
>
> For anyone following this thread, I did find something else that looks
> useful, although it's only for YouTube:
> https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/seamonkey/addon/download-youtube/



I use ClipGrab - 
ftp://ftp.netlabs.org/pub/qtapps/clipgrab-3.0.7.2-os2.zip - which works 
well and not being a browser addon does not get "upset" when the browser 
gets updated or something in the browser profile gets "mangled".

Regards

Pete


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Peter
4/15/2011 1:55:43 PM
On 4/15/2011 6:55 AM, Peter Brown wrote:

> I use ClipGrab -
> ftp://ftp.netlabs.org/pub/qtapps/clipgrab-3.0.7.2-os2.zip - which works
> well and not being a browser addon does not get "upset" when the browser
> gets updated or something in the browser profile gets "mangled".

Yes, I've used that one as well, and cclive.  Those also get broken, 
when YouTube changes things.
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Steve
4/15/2011 5:30:48 PM
On Fri, 15 Apr 2011 04:01:55 UTC, Steve Wendt <spamsux@forgetit.org> 
wrote:

> For anyone following this thread, I did find something else that looks 
> useful, although it's only for YouTube:
> https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/seamonkey/addon/download-youtube/

Nice add-on, but I prefer Youtube-dl and Mplayer on this slow machine. 
When I want to see Youtube video, I use Flashgot to pass url to 
youtube-mp4.cmd (4os2)


call mode co100,80
G:
cd Python26
start youtube-dl.cmd --no-part -t -f 18 "%1" 
delay 15
if exist G:\Python26\*.mp4 G:\Programs\mplayer\mplayer.exe -nocache -vf 
dsize=800:-2 G:\Python26\*.mp4
del /p G:\Python26\*.mp4
move /p G:\Python26\*.mp4 G:\Internetdata\Youtube
pause
exit

Mplayer shows video smoothly unlike Flash.

 
-- 
Hessu
Feel free to correct my English :-)
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Heikki
4/15/2011 8:09:39 PM
Heikki Kekki wrote:
> On Fri, 15 Apr 2011 04:01:55 UTC, Steve Wendt<spamsux@forgetit.org>
> wrote:
>
>> For anyone following this thread, I did find something else that looks
>> useful, although it's only for YouTube:
>> https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/seamonkey/addon/download-youtube/
>
> Nice add-on, but I prefer Youtube-dl and Mplayer on this slow machine.
> When I want to see Youtube video, I use Flashgot to pass url to
> youtube-mp4.cmd (4os2)
>
>
> call mode co100,80
> G:
> cd Python26
> start youtube-dl.cmd --no-part -t -f 18 "%1"
> delay 15
> if exist G:\Python26\*.mp4 G:\Programs\mplayer\mplayer.exe -nocache -vf
> dsize=800:-2 G:\Python26\*.mp4
> del /p G:\Python26\*.mp4
> move /p G:\Python26\*.mp4 G:\Internetdata\Youtube
> pause
> exit
>
> Mplayer shows video smoothly unlike Flash.
>

I also prefer youtube-dl, be aware that the latest needs all references 
to ctypes commented out.
Dave

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Dave
4/15/2011 11:50:47 PM
On Fri, 15 Apr 2011 23:50:47 UTC, Dave Yeo <dave.r.yeo@gmail.com> wrote:

> Heikki Kekki wrote:
> > On Fri, 15 Apr 2011 04:01:55 UTC, Steve Wendt<spamsux@forgetit.org>
> > wrote:
> >
> >> For anyone following this thread, I did find something else that looks
> >> useful, although it's only for YouTube:
> >> https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/seamonkey/addon/download-youtube/
> >
> > Nice add-on, but I prefer Youtube-dl and Mplayer on this slow machine.
> > When I want to see Youtube video, I use Flashgot to pass url to
> > youtube-mp4.cmd (4os2)
> >
> >
> > call mode co100,80
> > G:
> > cd Python26
> > start youtube-dl.cmd --no-part -t -f 18 "%1"
> > delay 15
> > if exist G:\Python26\*.mp4 G:\Programs\mplayer\mplayer.exe -nocache -vf
> > dsize=800:-2 G:\Python26\*.mp4
> > del /p G:\Python26\*.mp4
> > move /p G:\Python26\*.mp4 G:\Internetdata\Youtube
> > pause
> > exit
> >
> > Mplayer shows video smoothly unlike Flash.
> >
> 
> I also prefer youtube-dl, be aware that the latest needs all references 
> to ctypes commented out.

Yes, I noticed. Must also edit line "# Author: Pawe� Paprota" to "# 
Author: Pawel Paprota" or it caused error.

-- 
Hessu
Feel free to correct my English :-)
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Heikki
4/16/2011 6:14:47 AM
Heikki Kekki wrote:
> On Fri, 15 Apr 2011 23:50:47 UTC, Dave Yeo<dave.r.yeo@gmail.com>  wrote:
>
>> Heikki Kekki wrote:
>>> On Fri, 15 Apr 2011 04:01:55 UTC, Steve Wendt<spamsux@forgetit.org>
>>> wrote:
>>>
>>>> For anyone following this thread, I did find something else that looks
>>>> useful, although it's only for YouTube:
>>>> https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/seamonkey/addon/download-youtube/
>>>
>>> Nice add-on, but I prefer Youtube-dl and Mplayer on this slow machine.
>>> When I want to see Youtube video, I use Flashgot to pass url to
>>> youtube-mp4.cmd (4os2)
>>>
>>>
>>> call mode co100,80
>>> G:
>>> cd Python26
>>> start youtube-dl.cmd --no-part -t -f 18 "%1"
>>> delay 15
>>> if exist G:\Python26\*.mp4 G:\Programs\mplayer\mplayer.exe -nocache -vf
>>> dsize=800:-2 G:\Python26\*.mp4
>>> del /p G:\Python26\*.mp4
>>> move /p G:\Python26\*.mp4 G:\Internetdata\Youtube
>>> pause
>>> exit
>>>
>>> Mplayer shows video smoothly unlike Flash.
>>>
>>
>> I also prefer youtube-dl, be aware that the latest needs all references
>> to ctypes commented out.
>
> Yes, I noticed. Must also edit line "# Author: Pawe� Paprota" to "#
> Author: Pawel Paprota" or it caused error.
>

Never had that error and I do have that line.

Dave
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Dave
4/16/2011 4:26:25 PM
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