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OWB 3.32
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I didn't find instructions what to put into .netrc file and couldn't make it to work. Is that word "machine" required like in the example line ? Are those empty spaces tabs or spaces between "login" and "password" words ?

I don't know if I have some other problems with my computer right now but now it takes really long time to close tabs and OWB itself sometimes.

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Re: OWB 3.32
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Indeed, when closing tabs CPU maxs at 100% for a while until the tab closes itself.

Regarding FASTSCROLL, I do not really understand what it is used for.

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Re: OWB 3.32
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@K-L

About the scroll thing, it's about sites using background-attachment: fixed attribute/value.

This kind of site is normally very slow, because everything has to be rendered again, even if you just scroll 1 pixel.
This option from WebKit just ignores this attribute, and was originally introduced for slow/mobile computers.

As for the wait+100%cpu at tab closing, i assume it happens while there's still network activity ? If so, it would indicate that this new threaded resolver implementation kind of busy loops when signaled to abort, which is really not something one wants.

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Re: OWB 3.32
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I don't know if I have some other problems with my computer right now but now it takes really long time to close tabs and OWB itself sometimes.

Confirmed - and switched back to 3.31.

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Re: OWB 3.32
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There is a news item open already.... I've asked a question...

http://www.amigans.net/modules/news/article.php?storyid=1379

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Re: OWB 3.32
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works just fine her, it start really quick, tabs a bit slow.

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Re: OWB 3.32
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I wish the curl source was released. When I tried compiling it with a threaded resolver, it caused all sorts of problems crashing when it tried using pthreads.

Edit: Looking at the news story thread, modfr is having the same issue, and kas1e and Chris backs it up. So yeah. Problem isn't solved.

Can someone who has the 3.31 archive, upload it and post the link? I never downloaded it and stayed with 3.30, but I might as well get 3.31

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Re: OWB 3.32
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@Mick
--binary del--

Related to curl: when we will manage to fix curl normally (adding threading resolver which will not based on phtreads and fixing file.c to make URI works with amiga pathes), then i will upload it to os4depot for sure.

Sources of that version which use Joerg for now will not help for other developers much (until if he will fix that bugs and get rid off from pthread usage ,if not already). But if it will fixed and bug-free, sure will be cool to have one (to avoid working on the same).


Edited by kas1e on 2011/4/26 19:19:18
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Re: OWB 3.32
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Thanks for the binary.

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Re: OWB 3.32
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I tried Rollback on AmiUpdate that was broken as well so couldn't revert back. ^.^

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Re: OWB 3.32
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MickJT wrote:
Edit: Looking at the news story thread, modfr is having the same issue, and kas1e and Chris backs it up. So yeah. Problem isn't solved.


Actually I didn't try it (and I daren't now), but the crashlog modfr posted looks identical to the ones I was getting with your threaded DNS libcurl.

Its a bit odd that some people are fine and others are getting problems. IIRC the threaded DNS didn't crash consistently, so the people who are OK may just not have hit the problem yet.

The info that Roadshow has been updated is very interesting, and I look forward to retesting the threaded resolver once that is finally released. I daresay kas1e has a point about pthreads too, although I'm doubtful that would cause bsdsocket.library to crash.

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Re: OWB 3.32
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The info that Roadshow has been updated is very interesting, and I look forward to retesting the threaded resolver once that is finally released.


Where you got this info from? Sounds very interesting yes,

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Re: OWB 3.32
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Another bug I have come across is in the OWB Bookmarks, at some point double-clicking a bookmark no longer works so I have to close OWB and restart.

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Re: OWB 3.32
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You shouldn't need to close OWB, just close & re-open the Bookmark window... (The Bookmark window is bound to the tab you were looking at when you opened it, and so when you destroy that tab it can't do anything. Wish it behaved more sensibly though.)

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This is the reason why I use OWBAdressBook

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Re: OWB 3.32
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Antique wrote:
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The info that Roadshow has been updated is very interesting, and I look forward to retesting the threaded resolver once that is finally released.


Where you got this info from? Sounds very interesting yes,


One of the comments on the news article.

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Re: OWB 3.32
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Yeah, but that workaround no longer works anymore once the bookmarks have become unstable.

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Re: OWB 3.32
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@thread

had to punt on this release as well. the two biggest issues for me were the odd window redrawing behavior -- if i resize the window, the window itself resizes, but the browser contents remain in the previous position like some odd frame setup -- and quitting the tool takes nearly 30 seconds.

is joerg accepting bug reports any more? if he's still planning on making the odd bug-fix, i'd like to make certain i provide useful feedback.

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Re: OWB 3.32
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Here's a solution to slow closing problem, by TheKorn, from the news thread:
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I was having the slow closing of tabs and/or closing OWB itself, with 100% cpu usage. I deleted the cookies file and it resolved this problem for me.


Edit: It looks like that didn't solve the problem for me.

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Re: OWB 3.32
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@djrikki

I was having the same problem with the bookmarks.

Solved the bookmark issue by removing () from

(BOOKMARKCOMMAND=OWBAddressBook/AddressBook -%s) Tool type

Seems to work as expected if the Tool type reads as follows

BOOKMARKCOMMAND=OWBAddressBook/AddressBook -%s

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