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Applications / Re: Test build of dooble with qt5
« Last post by G. M. Anchieri on June 18, 2022, 04:29:13 pm »
Hi Paul,
I have installed your version of Dooble, for rendering page as www.google.com you have to open
a second tab end entering your url without the "https://" preceding it, if inserted in the first tab open, in many case the page is not rendered.
This mistake is present also in the first release of Dooble. 
G.M. Anchieri
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Applications / Re: Test build of dooble with qt5
« Last post by Mike K├Âlling on June 18, 2022, 12:28:40 pm »
For me though,  it doesn't seem to be rendering a page - does it work for anyone else?

it works ok for me  -  at least showed  https://www.speedtest.net/

It's starting and displaying websites - nice work.
The "Del"-Button ist still not working  :(.
Mike
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Applications / Re: Test build of dooble with qt5
« Last post by Paul Smedley on June 18, 2022, 11:36:09 am »
For me though,  it doesn't seem to be rendering a page - does it work for anyone else?

it works ok for me  -  at least showed  https://www.speedtest.net/

OK good - might just be something weird on my VM then.

URLs like https://www.google.com/ are working - but if I just type www.google.com it isn't. Fixed - I didn't have a default search engine selected.
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Applications / Re: Test build of dooble with qt5
« Last post by OS4User on June 18, 2022, 11:34:03 am »
For me though,  it doesn't seem to be rendering a page - does it work for anyone else?

it works ok for me  -  at least showed  https://www.speedtest.net/
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Applications / Re: Test build of dooble with qt5
« Last post by Paul Smedley on June 18, 2022, 11:20:49 am »
I built dooble-2002.06.15 based on the bww git. My fork of the code is at https://github.com/psmedley/dooble-os2

PR raised at https://github.com/bitwiseworks/dooble-os2/pull/15

https://smedley.id.au/tmp/dooble-2022.06.15-os2-20220618.zip

For me though,  it doesn't seem to be rendering a page - does it work for anyone else?
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Events / Re: User Meeting Cologne November, 5th 2022 confirmed
« Last post by Roderick Klein on June 17, 2022, 05:34:28 pm »
Hi Remy

we have not decided wether we will record the meeting on video or not. We will discuss a live stream as well, but Thomas and me are not experts in this case, we will have a look at this even though.

Please give us more information on the travel topic. I do not understand what you exactly mean, sorry for this, I have to apologize.
I guess you - if at all - would travel from France to Germany and I do not see any restrictions regarding this. Do you have a link for me where I can get further details? Thank you in Advance!!

When I organized WSE in Cologne, it turned out the internet connection in the youth hostel a few years ago was REALLY bad. They said they would get a fibre optic internet connection. So a video stream would be very difficult. At the time they had they had a few stacked DSL lines. When a busload of students arrived the video stream was dead. I streamed the video stream in the end via my mobile phone. I can help with that if I am present.

Roderick
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...Are you still using 38ESR? If so, I'd suggest trying 45ESR.
Sorry for confusion, I'm running 45.8.0. I think this is the latest from you. Just tried a new profile (created under Win) but now Lightning 4.7.8 is disabled and I can't enable it. Maybe copied over from Win too. Have to search your latest lightning package....

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You might also experiment with disabling "Provider for Google Calendar" and "Timezone Definitions for Mozilla"
Don't use them.

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Searching, I don't really find anything about our old Lightning being slow.
More and more I think it has to do with the number of entries, even old ones, AND it seems the fetching of the gmx calendars is slower on OS/2 than on Win (same machine). As said, even with Win it tooks a while but it does not freeze the WPS there. So now I think what I see is the SIQ problem on OS/2 and the slower network-calender-refresh problem. Since using TB instead of SM it's usable at least, not perfect, not as good as with Win, but usable.

Edit: Found a file named 'lightning-4.0.8_Dave_....xpi' but that does not work with TB45

Edit2: Now got it to work with 3 external calendars. Lightning identifies itself as 4.7.9. Probably copied from Win. See pictures.
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Events / Re: User Meeting Cologne November, 5th 2022 confirmed
« Last post by Neil Waldhauer on June 17, 2022, 03:50:04 pm »
Warpstock is likely to meet the same weekend. I think it would be interesting to have a video link between the meetings for a get-together. Considering time zones, I think the first session for Warpstock and the last session for Cologne might work for this.

In person meetings are for people to have interactions, and I think this would make both meetings a little bit better.
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Let me ask different - is there a way to setup SM/TB for google without using a special Android/iOS program AND without giving them a mobile number? As said, it is not so much important for me as gmail censors emails since a long time and so their service is useless for serious email communication anyway. But for the sake of having trash email addresses for potentially insecure web services gmail was good enough.

I don't think so as at a minimum, they want to send you a SMS to verify it is you.
Unluckily, it is the way things are going, in the name of security.
The web mail interface does still work here, using the simplified version I believe. Not the best but for occasional use...
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Hi Andi, interesting error, 4294967299 is exactly 100000000 in hex, likely not a coincidence, though I don't think it is a signness problem, maybe overflow?
Are you still using 38ESR? If so, I'd suggest trying 45ESR. Back up your profile first, it is possible if you revert back to 38ESR, you might have to manually revert Lightning (in extensions IIRC).
As for the port, I don't think the calendar code has been touched besides changing the DLL name to 8.3 format.
Have you looked at the error console when opening Lightning? Perhaps clear it first.
Unluckily, I don't really use calendar besides making sure it works, using gmx.com.
You might also experiment with disabling "Provider for Google Calendar" and "Timezone Definitions for Mozilla"
Searching, I don't really find anything about our old Lightning being slow.
Edit: Might want to test a different theme, probably not the problem. Ideally would be testing a new profile, not easy with your setup unluckily.
You could also go to about:support and look at any preferences that have changed. In TB, Help-->TroubleShooting Information.
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