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Just tested on Firefox with my work-in-progress set, and no problems here. Can anyone else reproduce this?

As for the logo, just replace the logo image as desired. I'm not exactly inclined to add two extra logos (one of which isn't even an official build) and a bunch of glue code to detect what version just to change the logo.

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Works fine for me with a recent version of Firefox (34.something in my case). Win7, x64.

If someone provides me with a DL link for FF18 I can test that as well, we can rule out either Firefox or the OS. Maybe FF18 doesn't support WebSockets (or rather the WebSocket code doesn't support FF18 anymore...?)

Can you do a diff on the generated HTML source from 0.154 and the SVN version? Maybe it's some minor difference in HTML handling...

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That's a good point, Darkstar. smile

PS: I am using WinXP SP3 32-bit/Firefox 18.0.2

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Yeah, that might have something of an impact on things. I don't have any way to check FF 18.0.2 right now-- all of my current machines are Win 7 or 8, and I don't have any VMs set up after watching my previous Redhat Linux test VM implode messily last year for no apparent reason.

I'll see if I can't dig up a copy of the HTML and see if there are any obvious changes that might affect it, but without a copy of FF 18.0.2, it's going to be hard to nail down. I'm about to head to work for eight hours, so it'll have to be this weekend.

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Or if you would prefer a portable version you can find it here:

http://sourceforge.net/projects/portable...ition%2018.0.2/

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Interestingly, it works with Firefox 18.0.2 for me (Win7 x64, SVN rev 32419):


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Maybe something new in "webengine.c" (since the last official version) which is no more supported using WinXP 32-bit?

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Setting up an XP virtual machine to see what I can dig up.

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Setting up an XP virtual machine to see what I can dig up.


Thanks Firehawke. smile

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