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Hello there, solved my problem with java script. It was turned on under Quick preferences. Well I have learned one thing here to check

everything before publishing something here. Next time I will be more careful.

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I also told you some time ago that if videos were working on YouTube it was almost certainly html5 at work, not Flash.

Anyway, I haven't tried this, but one way around the QuickTime plugin problem might be to set Opera to open the videos in the QuickTime Player, rather than using the plugin.

Try putting this into handlers.ini in pace of your present [video/quicktime] section-

[video/quicktime]

Type=Viewer

Action=3

Application=C:\Program Files\QuickTime\QuickTimePlayer.exe

Application Description=

Web handler

Plugin Path=C:\Program Files\QuickTime\Plugins\npqtplugin.dll

Plugin Name=QuickTime Plug-in 7.7.2

Plugin Description=The QuickTime Plugin allows you to view a wide variety of multimedia content in Web pages. For more information, visit the <A HREF=http://www.apple.com/quicktime/>QuickTime</A> Web site.

Save To Folder=

Extension=qt,mov,mqv

Flags=128

That's what is written into my file if I set it up to open QT files in the player on XP.

Change the paths if you need to for your system of course.

You never know, it might work!

:)

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Good news guys: Opera decided to remove (at least temporarily) plugin wrapper from 32-bit version:

In Opera 12 we introduced out of process plugins to try to reduce the number of times plugins take Opera down. We now see that some Windows users are from time to time experiencing Opera freezing on pages with plug-in content. The issue has been investigated and we found the best short term solution to get Opera at a quality level we are comfortable with is to temporarily remove out of process plugins until we have a proper fix.

You can download latest build from here.

Btw, I'm writing this using Opera 12.02 (build 1555).

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Hurrah, I will be able to use Opera plugins on Windows 98 again!

I really hope that even when they re-introduce it, as they inevitably will, there will be an option to switch it off or on.

:thumbup

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Opera 12.02 (build 1555) running great with plugins here as well (flash, sumatrapdf and cortona vrml tested), thanks for the heads up guys. :)

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Good news guys: Opera decided to remove (at least temporarily) plugin wrapper from 32-bit version:

You can download latest build from here.

Btw, I'm writing this using Opera 12.02 (build 1555).

Thanks rainyd, it seems to work geat!

Joe.

PS. New build 1565 also working well : http://snapshot.opera.com/12.02-1565_windows.html

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Opera 12.02 build 1578 is now released. Changelog: The Windows 32-bit version has been reverted to in-process plugins while stability issues stemming from the out-of-process plugin system are investigated and resolved.

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Working great here, with all plugins and no crashes!

:thumbup

I really hope they put in an option to disable the plugin wrapper when they reintroduce it, but I'm not holding my breath.

:)

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Revo uninstaller portable version 1.94 2012 works with kernelex 4.5.2 and windows 98

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Hello I want to correct an error I made. Revo uninstaller works on windows 98 with kernelex, but it is better not to use it, because

one cannot make a restore point on windows 98. That is why I recommend never to use it with windows 98 it is not compatible.

I recommend to use zsoft uninstaller 2.5 which you can download here: http://www.softpedia.com/get/Tweak/Uninstallers/ZSoft-Uninstaller.shtml

It can be used with windows 98, windows xp and up.

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I tried to run the portable version of opera next version 12.10 beta on windows 98 with kernelex 4.5.2. it crashed my system. I needed to restore my registry.

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Just released VLC media player 2.0.4 working smoothly with Win98 SE and KeX 4.5.2 (short test).

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Just installed the portable version of vlc media player 2.0.4 on windows 98 se kernelex 4.5.2 but there are no words in the menu at the top

Only lines and blanks. I experienced this a;ready with other versions of vlc.

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Just installed the portable version of vlc media player 2.0.4 on windows 98 se kernelex 4.5.2 but there are no words in the menu at the top                                                                                                              

                                                          Only lines and blanks.  I experienced this a;ready with other versions of vlc.

What is your default menu font? Try to change it (Tahoma Western). Do you have RP installed?

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I installed the non-portable version yesterday and tested it a bit and everything seems OK here.

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I have the same problem with qtweb browser and vlc there are no words in the menu at the top.

Is this a problem with the qt framework ?

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I will try to change the menu font off vlc

Did you try to change your font(s). => right click Desktop => Display Properties => Appearance => choose item and font. I use Tahoma (Western) Size 8.

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Hello Schwups I have not done that but I did get an error in the registry I had made a copy off the registry and placed it back and this

solved this problem. I will try soon again. You mean that vlc uses the letter type Tahoma (Western) Size 8.

I know the new vlc uses the qt framework just like the qt web browser.

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Correction I did change the letter type but got an error in the registry. I placed a good copy of the registry back. I will try again soon.

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I read in the KernelEx wiki, and have previously read here in this forum (but can't get the search function to locate it now), that :

Last version for the 16 bit colour mode is Flash 10.1.102.64. All versions 10.2. and higher work only in 32 bit colour mode.

However, I am presently using version 10.2.161.23 and my display is configured for 1024x768 in 16 bit mode and it seems to work just fine. It shows the version number at the Adobe page and works for the test here : http://www.chemgapedia.de/vsengine/info/en/help/requirements/flash.html

So I don't understand why that advice about "only 32 bit colour mode" starting from Flash version 10.2 ...

Joe.

PS. I have just updated to version 11.1.102.63 (using the MSI installer) and this is working too.

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Hello Joe I have the same experience version 11 works very well in 16 bit mode 1024 x 768.

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