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MagneticStuff
Posts: 7 | Last online: 05.22.2017
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    • MagneticStuff has written a new post "Language problem when using Pale Moon x64 browser" 04.28.2017

      Zitat von Octopuss im Beitrag #23
      Now I can't even access the forum anymore. Clicking the forum link at the top of the page only reloads the main page. I have to post this from IE11 (bleh).

      This is strange. Pale Moon has been working fine on this forum for quite a while (x86/x64 version is irrelevant). Do you perhaps use a custom user agent string? Try clearing cookies/browsing history, and Windows DNS cache.

    • MagneticStuff has written a new post "Which are the "best" Intel AHCI/RAID drivers?" 03.20.2017

      I re-installed the 11.2.0.1006 driver and everything seems ok again, let's hope it lasts. Perhaps the update messed something up, who knows.

      update: Major problem remains unfortunately, back to the standard Microsoft driver. Driver-update programs suggest an Intel 9.1.9.1005 (25 Jul 2013) driver. In the past it did not solve an issue I had (11.2.0.1006 solved it, thanks to Fernando's guide) so I'm probably going to revert to standard IDE mode (non-AHCI).

    • MagneticStuff has written a new post "Language problem when using Pale Moon x64 browser" 03.20.2017

      Great news, thanks a lot Fernando. If only all webmasters were this friendly and cooperative towards non-mainstream browsers!

    • MagneticStuff has written a new post "Language problem when using Pale Moon x64 browser" 03.19.2017

      Ah ok, I thought they didn't know the cause of the issue but from the German thread it seems they were fully informed but still refuse to do anything? Oh well... that's even worse.

      Anyway, not a problem and thanks for trying to contact them - users can use a >user agent override< as described in the previous posts.

    • MagneticStuff has written a new post "Language problem when using Pale Moon x64 browser" 03.19.2017

      Thanks Fernando. I can't see something different in that thread. Most problems were caused by an >old issue< of the popular Mobile_Detect PHP class that has been solved/updated almost a year ago, and most websites have updated their code by now. Those websites that still use the old version of that mobile-detection tool, will run into the same issue with Pale Moon (or any browser that contains "Goa" in its user agent string).

      The main problem with win-raid.com is the mobile layout and subsequent missing elements that come with it. However, everything works fine if the user changes the browser's user agent string (the desktop layout reappears normally) so I think it's a classic example of browser sniffing gone wrong - the browser itself has no problems with win-raid.com, everything works fine.

    • MagneticStuff has written a new post "Language problem when using Pale Moon x64 browser" 03.19.2017

      Can't believe the Xobor experts. First of all: the issue is not caused by the "browser's mobile presentation" (I'd rather not comment the "hobby project" part), but from their outdated forum code. More details on the issue, here.

      To fellow users: to magically solve issues with win-raid.com, simply create a user-agent string override for win-raid.com in about:config that does not contain the word "Goanna". One such example string would be: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; WOW64; rv:52.9) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/52.9 PaleMoon/27.2.0

      Yes, it's three letters that confuse the Forum software, which believes it's a "Goa" mobile instead of the Goanna rendering engine (fork of Gecko)... They obviously use the extremely bad practice of user agent sniffing and these are the results.

      Fernando, please let them know that they don't need to support a "hobby project browser", but to update their problematic browser sniffing so users won't have to pretend they use another browser to override problematic website code.

    • MagneticStuff has written a new post "Which are the "best" Intel AHCI/RAID drivers?" 03.19.2017

      Many thanks for your work Fernando! Using an old ASUS motherboard (Intel P35/ICH9R chipset) with the recommended Universal 64bit Intel RST AHCI+RAID driver v11.2.0.1006 driver with no issues for several months. Starting today, one of my internal hard drive just disappears when I try to copy files to it. With a PC restart (or sleep/wake) the drive re-appears but problem remains. I removed the driver, now using the Microsoft Standard AHCI Controller driver and the issue is gone.

      Is it possible that this problem is caused by the latest Windows 10 Cumulative Update? (v.1607.14393.953, x64)

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