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Skwire Empire / Re: Release: sWeather (tray-based weather app)
« on: January 02, 2018, 11:30 PM »
How about using AerisWeather's API instead of Yahoo's?

EDIT: Nevermind, its not free.

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Skwire Empire / Re: Release: sWeather (tray-based weather app)
« on: January 02, 2018, 09:32 PM »
Is it possible for it to display severe alerts and a radar image for the location that is being shown by it? If so, please add an option to do that.

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A new build of Opera 12.15 is now available at https://u.teknik.io/d5xIK.zip which has fixed the crash caused by the "OpProgressField::UpdateProgress" portion of its code.

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 A new build of Opera 12.15 is now available at https://u.teknik.io/H69gk.zip which has its OpenSSL upgraded to 1.0.2l.

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A new build of Opera 12.15 is now available at https://u.teknik.io/XdSsy.zip which has its OpenSSL upgraded to 1.0.1u.

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General Software Discussion / CPix v1.2.0
« on: August 26, 2017, 09:03 PM »
CPix - A compact and fast photo viewer that supports MPO, encryption, format conversion, resizing and more

 Features:

    View images in popular formats: JPEG, GIF, PNG, TIFF, BMP, WBMP.
    MPO(a Multi-Picture file format): View, Create from JPEG files, Extract JPEG files from MPO file.
    EJPG(the Encrypted JPEG file format): View, Convert to and from JPEG files.
    DualPhoto(a file format that contains two JPEG images in a single file, the 2nd image is encrypted): View, Create from JPEG files, Extract the 2nd image, Remove the 2nd image.
    PL(the Photo List file format): View, Create from JPEG files, Extract JPEG files from PL file.
    EMPO(the Encrypted MPO): View, Convert to and from MPO.
    EPL(the Encrypted PL): View, Create from JPEG files, Extract JPEG files from EPL file.
    Format Conversion: GIF/PNG/TIFF/BMP/WBMP to JPEG (All frames of GIF/TIFF are saved).
    Format Conversion: GIF/TIFF to PNG (All frames are saved).
    Format Conversion: Create multi-frame TIFF from BMP/JPEG/PNG files.
    Image Resizing: JPEG, BMP, PNG.
    Photo orientation (JPEG/TIFF) is supported in loading and format conversion.
    Background color: you can either select one of the predefined colors or select your own favorite color.
    Auto-play: you can let multi-frame images (TIFF/MPO/EMPO/PL/EPL) play animations automatically or not.
    Animation speed: animation speed of multi-frame images (GIF/TIFF/MPO/EMPO/PL/EPL) can be changed.
    View images with effects: eg. you can increase brightness of the image to view dark regions of the image more clearly, or you can view it in warm/cold color, etc.
    Maximal memory: you can set maximal memory used by this program.
    Switch directory: you can switch images in sibling directories.
    Frame by frame viewing: you can view multi-frame images (GIF/TIFF/MPO/EMPO/PL/EPL) frame by frame.
    Lock display region: this can be very useful when you compare two images of the same size.
    Rotate or flip the image without affecting the image file.
    Image order: by file name, file format, file size or last modification date and time.

Screenshots: http://www.snapfiles...screenshots/cpix.htm
Website: http://www.filefriend.net
Download: http://www.filefrien...net/CPix/en/CPix.zip
Size: 597 KB (Compressed) - 1.41 MB (Uncompressed)
License: Freeware

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Yes, using a program based on stolen source code, with binaries compiled by an unknown party - what could possibly go wrong?  :huh: :huh: :huh:

I have been using the build that I linked to in the post above yours for a while now with nothing going wrong.

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A new build of Opera 12.15 is now available at https://u.teknik.io/TVkKw.zip which has its OpenSSL upgraded to 1.0.0q.

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Oh, hooray. Another chat thing which nobody else uses. Why?

People do use it.

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1. Here's a link to a newer custom made build:

https://u.teknik.io/wLUu9.zip

2. I made a Discord Server for it. You can join it by going to https://discord.gg/WV9s9uw.

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Here is a link to the newest custom made 32-bit build of Opera 12.15 with some patches applied to it:

https://nofile.io/f/...ra_1215_20170802.zip

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This is free and works, although I use Pazera a lot.

http://www.oxelon.co...media_converter.html

I have just recently uploaded its source code to GitHub. It can be found at https://github.com/Zero3K/OxelonMC.

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I am not the one patching and compiling it. The OP of the post located at http://forum.timsky....ic.php?f=5&t=138 is doing that.

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Here is a link to a custom made 32-bit build of Opera 12.15 with some patches applied to it:

https://NoFile.io/f/...ra_1215_20170530.zip

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So, has anyone purchased one yet? If so, please tell us what you think of it, etc.

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 It charges my Acer Iconia One 8, etc. a lot faster than the previous charger I was using (which was an ARCHEER 17W 3.4A Dual USB Port Wall Charger Adapter for Smartphones and Tablets, Black, 1 Pack). So, I highly recommend using it to charge Android Tablets, etc. You can find more info about it and buy it by going to https://www.amazon.c.../product/B01L8DVOFM/.

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At least people can now work on it and port it to any system that can run it.

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What's the license on the code?

Think about that question after reading the title again.

So you're hosting code in your repository that you don't have the legal right to? And deceptively calling it "OpenOpera" as if it was FOSS?

I deleted it.

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What's the license on the code?

Think about that question after reading the title again.

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Here are some links to check out:

Blog Post: https://www.bleeping...e-code-leaks-online/
Patches: https://github.com/P...en/openopera-patches
Issue Tracker: https://github.com/P...nopera-issues/issues
IRC Channel: #openopera on crowley.anonnet.org (port 6697 via a SSL connection)
Webchat: http://site.anonnet.org/webirc/openopera

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Well, the supposed impossible happened. The developer of it responded to me. Here is the email he sent me:

遅くなりすみません。
・私は英語は読めますが、満足には書けません。
・オリジナル版の著作権は放棄していません。
・over4GB版(f*ck版)は私の作成ではないので、ソースは手元にありません。
・公開しているソースコードを元に、改造するのは自由です。
・GPLではないので、ソースコード公開を強制してはいけません。

--- http://www.excite.co.jp/world/english/
It becomes late, excuse me.
* I can read English, I can't write English satisfactorily.
* A copyright of an original edition isn't given up.
* over4GB edition (f*ck edition) isn't my making, so a source isn't in hand.
* It's free to remodel the source code which is being exhibited into origin.
* It isn't GPL, so you aren't supposed to force source code openness.
---

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I agree. But still, its source is out there now for anyone to develop it further. Btw, anyone want to post their own benchmarks of it in order to see if its faster on a real machine?

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3. I still think that there's more speed to get out of this driver when it works properly on a 64-bit OS.
You seem somewhat obsessed about this particular RamDisk - why? Even according to benchmark you attached, it doesn't seem to be anything special... and it has a nasty CPU spike (might be a glitch - the benchmark doesn't strike me as being particularly thorough).

For people to want to spend their time improving something, there has to be some motivation. The uncertain license status is a turn-off, and in general it just seems more worthwhile to contribute to something not dead, like ImDisk.

1. The benchmark is out of date. It might be faster now thanks to improvements in technology.
2. Its been a few months since its last update though.

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Yeah, that was bad. So, I take it that no one wants to try improving it?

Improving... what?

The driver. It would be nice if the BSOD I saw on a 64-bit OS was fixed so that way I can see if the speed is improved over what I got when I benchmarked it in a 32-bit OS.

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Yeah, that was bad. So, I take it that no one wants to try improving it?

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