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Re: Timberwolf beta 3 available

Subject: Re: Timberwolf beta 3 available
by redfox on 2012/4/15 2:02:28

Thanks for the updates on Timberwolf.

With Timberwolf beta 3, I got a GR on the first launch. Had to reset my system. Worked ok after that, for normal web browsing.

However, I am still having issues with bookmarks. This time I was actually able to save some, although it appears to work differently than I could ever have imagined.

I found that I could add bookmarks if I was running as follows:
1) Moved RANDOM: from Storage/DOSDrivers to DEVS:DOSDrivers
2) Created CurrentUserProfile on my FFS2 partition
3) Set an assign for CurrentUserProfile in my User-StartUp script
4) Freed up more RAM and video RAM by changing my Workbench background from my current photo to the old Blue9 jpg

I was able to add three bookmarks, then could not add any others. Each time I attempt to add another bookmark, my system does disk activity, but the bookmarks are not in the bookmark list the next time I launch the program. I cannot figure out where the bookmarks are saved. After many more attempts, I decided to go back to using one of the other web browsers that actually does know how to save bookmarks.

I think that I do not have enough system RAM to use this program to its full potential. Results vary drastically, everytime I launch Timberwolf, and I cannot pinpoint any common denominator other than the amount of system RAM or video RAM that is available when I launch the program.

Update... last experiment...
Power off/on reset
1-3 as above
4) Changed my Workbench background to transparent grey
5) Quit AmiDock

Launched Timberwolf and was able to add another bookmark.
It was in the recent bookmarks list next time I launched Timberwolf.

MicroA1-C with IBM PPC 750 GX and 256 MB RAM
AmigaOS 4.1 Update 4

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