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Re: NetSurf development builds
Amigans Defender
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OK... can one of you open NetSurf and go to about:Choices and paste it all in here?

@mr2

Yes, that's what I mean by "user" - your username (which is usually Default and may be forced to that in the future)

Snapshot window does work, but if you want it to persist across sessions you need to save settings afterwards.


Edited by Chris on 2012/11/7 22:42:57
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Re: NetSurf development builds
Not too shy to talk
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I have edited it to increase font_min_size to 128. It was 85, or sth...
Thats only changed I did.



http_proxy:0
http_proxy_port:8080
http_proxy_auth:0
font_size:128
font_min_size:128
font_sans:DejaVu Sans
font_serif:DejaVu Serif
font_mono:DejaVu Sans Mono
font_cursive:DejaVu Sans
font_fantasy:DejaVu Serif
accept_language:pl, en
memory_cache_size:12582912
disc_cache_age:28
block_advertisements:0
do_not_track:0
minimum_gif_delay:10
send_referer:1
foreground_images:1
background_images:1
animate_images:1
enable_javascript:0
expire_url:28
font_default:0
ca_bundle:PROGDIR:Resources/ca-bundle
cookie_file:PROGDIR:Users/Default/Cookies
homepage_url:about:welcome
search_url_bar:0
search_provider:0
url_suggestion:1
window_x:0
window_y:0
window_width:800
window_height:600
window_screen_width:0
window_screen_height:0
toolbar_status_size:6667
scale:100
incremental_reflow:1
min_reflow_period:25
core_select_menu:1
max_fetchers:24
max_fetchers_per_host:5
max_cached_fetch_handles:6
suppress_curl_debug:1
target_blank:1
button_2_tab:1
margin_top:10
margin_bottom:10
margin_left:10
margin_right:10
export_scale:70
suppress_images:0
remove_backgrounds:0
enable_loosening:1
enable_PDF_compression:1
enable_PDF_password:0
sys_colour_ActiveBorder:000000
sys_colour_ActiveCaption:000000
sys_colour_AppWorkspace:000000
sys_colour_Background:000000
sys_colour_ButtonFace:000000
sys_colour_ButtonHighlight:000000
sys_colour_ButtonShadow:000000
sys_colour_ButtonText:000000
sys_colour_CaptionText:000000
sys_colour_GrayText:000000
sys_colour_Highlight:000000
sys_colour_HighlightText:000000
sys_colour_InactiveBorder:000000
sys_colour_InactiveCaption:000000
sys_colour_InactiveCaptionText:000000
sys_colour_InfoBackground:000000
sys_colour_InfoText:000000
sys_colour_Menu:000000
sys_colour_MenuText:000000
sys_colour_Scrollbar:000000
sys_colour_ThreeDDarkShadow:000000
sys_colour_ThreeDFace:000000
sys_colour_ThreeDHighlight:000000
sys_colour_ThreeDLightShadow:000000
sys_colour_ThreeDShadow:000000
sys_colour_Window:000000
sys_colour_WindowFrame:000000
sys_colour_WindowText:000000
url_file:PROGDIR:Users/Default/URLdb
hotlist_file:PROGDIR:Users/Default/Hotlist
use_pubscreen:Workbench
screen_compositing:-1
screen_ydpi:72
cache_bitmaps:0
theme:PROGDIR:Resources/Themes/AISS
clipboard_write_utf8:0
context_menu:1
truecolour_mouse_pointers:0
os_mouse_pointers:1
use_openurl_lib:0
new_tab_is_active:0
new_tab_last:0
kiosk_mode:0
search_engines_file:PROGDIR:Resources/SearchEngines
arexx_dir:Rexx
arexx_startup:Startup.nsrx
arexx_shutdown:Shutdown.nsrx
download_notify:0
download_task_pri:-1
faster_scroll:1
scale_quality:0
dither_quality:1
mask_alpha:50
ask_overwrite:1
printer_unit:0
print_scale:100
startup_no_window:0
close_no_quit:0
hide_docky_icon:0
font_unicode_file:PROGDIR:Users/Default/FontGlyphCache
font_unicode_only:0
font_antialiasing:1
drag_save_icons:1
hotlist_window_xpos:0
hotlist_window_ypos:0
hotlist_window_xsize:0
hotlist_window_ysize:0
history_window_xpos:0
history_window_ypos:0
history_window_xsize:0
history_window_ysize:0
cookies_window_xpos:0
cookies_window_ypos:0
cookies_window_xsize:0
cookies_window_ysize:0
cairo_renderer:0
direct_render:0
window_simple_refresh:0
redraw_tile_size_x:1920
redraw_tile_size_y:1200
monitor_aspect_x:0
monitor_aspect_y:0
accept_lang_locale:1
menu_refresh:0

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Re: NetSurf development builds
Amigans Defender
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So you've managed to save it once? Was that through the menu item rather than the prefs GUI?

It looks like it might be crashing purely due to the window closing, but I guess clicking "cancel" or the close gadget doesn't crash it?

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Re: NetSurf development builds
Not too shy to talk
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Yeah, thats strange... I dont remember, probably through the menu item.
It doesnt crash when I close or click "cancel"... Will do more tests later. Im in bed with my tablet ;)

EDIT: OK, quick test. "Choices" is almost empty after first run. Then I did snapshot and save prefs through the menu item and voila we have "Choices" file from my previous post.

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Re: NetSurf development builds
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Try build #631.

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Re: NetSurf development builds
Not too shy to talk
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#631->No change...

I forgot to say that after ignoring it everything is OK and I can save/use changes in prefs...

EDIT. With earlier versions (eg. #628) I could save/use prefs after ignoring DSI and it happened only once. Another attempt to save/use changes did not cause DSI. With #631 every time I try to save/use changes (in one session) DSI appears.


Edited by mr2 on 2012/11/8 22:01:19
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Re: NetSurf development builds
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Of course it would have helped if I'd checked I had actually fixed the problem. It's definitely fixed now - build #633

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Re: NetSurf development builds
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#634 So far, so good...

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Re: NetSurf development builds
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This thread has been most productive, please keep testing these builds.

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Re: NetSurf development builds
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Running 639, i've got an error. "The tree was unable to be correctly loaded. Parsing the document failed" .. Trying again.

The error is only shown on first run (after installation).

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Re: NetSurf development builds
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Build #633 installed fine here. I have not installed any newer ones.

Thanks Chris,
redfox

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Re: NetSurf development builds
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@Alkaron

Reported with a patch to fix it (didn't commit it myself as I'm not sure I've done it the "right" way).

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Re: NetSurf development builds
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Ok! Running 640, settings (save/use etc) works, tree-loading-error still persist, .. Thanks for developing Netsurf, this will be the best browser for OS4.1 ..

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Re: NetSurf development builds
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@ChrisY

Just tested revision 640 now and i can confirm that the font issue is finally fixed !


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Re: NetSurf development builds
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But still another one to fix:

I got a DSI when selecting and then dragging a portion of text (from a txt file) elsewhere (for example in Ram Disk:)

Quote:
Crash log for task "NetSurf"
Generated by GrimReaper 53.5
Crash occured in module NetSurf at address 0x6E2D8FB8
Type of crash: DSI (Data Storage Interrupt) exception

Register dump:
GPR (General Purpose Registers):
0: 6E2D8F60 550C5590 00000000 52CD59EA 00000070 00000000 550C55FC 00000000
8: 00000000 52D50550 00000002 00000001 42424024 5335D694 00000465 00000289
16: 53350000 53350000 53350000 53350000 53350000 53355798 00000000 53480000
24: 53480000 00570001 00000000 00000000 52CD59EA 00000000 00000070 550C55FC


FPR (Floating Point Registers, NaN = Not a Number):
0: nan 16.7891 520 0
4: 0 63.8 63.8 64
8: 64 1 64 255
12: nan 65536 0 -0
16: 0 0 0 0
20: 0 0 0 1.61895e-319
24: 0 0 1.08673e-311 -1.28744e+36
28: 0 1.35808e-312 8.8275e-311 -8.43375e-81

FPSCR (Floating Point Status and Control Register): 0x82000000


SPRs (Special Purpose Registers):
Machine State (msr) : 0x0002F030
Condition (cr) : 0x42422024
Instruction Pointer (ip) : 0x6E2D8FB8
Xtended Exception (xer) : 0x20000002
Count (ctr) : 0x6E2D8F68
Link (lr) : 0x6E2D8F60
DSI Status (dsisr) : 0x00000000
Data Address (dar) : 0x0000009C



680x0 emulated registers:
DATA: 00000080 000000C2 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000
ADDR: 00000000 55D1D580 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 550C5B50
FPU0: 0 0 0 0
FPU4: 0 0 0 0



Symbol info:
Instruction pointer 0x6E2D8FB8 belongs to module "NetSurf" (PowerPC)
Symbol: save_handler + 0x50 in section 1 offset 0x00068F98

Stack trace:
[desktop/selection.c:1152] save_handler()+0x50 (section 1 @ 0x68F98)
selection_traverse()+0xd0 (section 1 @ 0x68F40)
[desktop/selection.c:1204] selection_save_text()+0x3c (section 1 @ 0x6A260)
[amiga/file.c:200] ami_file_save()+0x138 (section 1 @ 0xB9DC)
[amiga/drag.c:163] ami_drag_save()+0x2c8 (section 1 @ 0x934C)
[amiga/gui.c:1543] ami_handle_msg()+0x930 (section 1 @ 0x19508)
ami_get_msg()+0x1dc (section 1 @ 0x1A0EC)
[desktop/netsurf.c:250] netsurf_main_loop()+0x38 (section 1 @ 0x62260)
[amiga/gui.c:883] main()+0x448 (section 1 @ 0x1AD70)
native kernel module newlib.library.kmod+0x00002094
native kernel module newlib.library.kmod+0x00002d3c
native kernel module newlib.library.kmod+0x00002eb8
_start()+0x170 (section 1 @ 0x170)
native kernel module dos.library.kmod+0x0002295c
native kernel module kernel+0x0003b630
native kernel module kernel+0x0003b6b0


PPC disassembly:
6e2d8fb0: 41820128 beq- 0x6E2D90D8
6e2d8fb4: 2e1b0000 cmpwi cr4,r27,0
*6e2d8fb8: 801d009c lwz r0,156(r29)
6e2d8fbc: 7c1dfe70 srawi r29,r0,31
6e2d8fc0: 7fa0e850 sub r29,r29,r0

System information:

CPU
Model: AMCC PPC440EP V1.3
CPU speed: 799 MHz
FSB speed: 133 MHz
Extensions:

Machine
Machine name: Sam440EP
Memory: 1048576 KB
Extensions: bus.pci


No problem instead selecting and dragging some text from an HTML page

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Re: NetSurf development builds
Amigans Defender
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@samo79

Fixed in build #641

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Re: NetSurf development builds
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Thanks for the quick fix !

Just a curiosity, a bit related to that, could be possible to implement a method to dragging/save locally (to hard disk or RAM) any other elements from NetSurf rathen then only text files ?

For example with Firefox we can save locally any type of image just dragging them from Firefox --> to desktop (almost on Firefox under Windows)

What do you think ?


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Re: NetSurf development builds
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@samo79

Already possible.

Ctrl+LMB: save in original format
Ctrl+MMB: save in IFF format

You can even save entire pages like that, where LMB does a "save complete" and MMB saves just the HTML. Obviously you need to be over a random part of the page rather than an image for that to work.

(SVG doesn't seem to work though, and neither is the icon moving during the drag, I'll need to fix both of those)

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Re: NetSurf development builds
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Hi again!

Typing text has become really slow with the latest versions.

NS640 behave unresponsive when you f.i. write your username or password.

Using 2.9 typing is much faster.

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Re: NetSurf development builds
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@chris:

You may wanna take a look at the 2nd and 3rd parameter of the for loops in ami_gui_opts_free() (in amiga/gui_options.c, line 354ff) they look backwards.

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