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 Post subject: Re: HTML5 Browser
PostPosted: Tue Feb 05, 2019 12:33 pm 
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Derren wrote:
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Security Warning
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An attempt to load an unsafe library was detected and blocked.
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OK
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At work (Win7 64x). I'm not sure if this warning is generated by your program or by the system (the MessageRequester only says "Security Warning" in the title, nothing that would indicate that it belongs to your tool) and no log file is generated in the directory you specified earlier.


That's a Forkle message (I will make that clearer in the next build).
Does this warning get triggered on a specific URL? Is it an intranet page by any chance?

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PostPosted: Tue Feb 05, 2019 12:44 pm 
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On startup. It takes 1-2 seconds, then this message appears. Clicking "OK" terminates the program.
I don't see any website loaded or URL in the address bar.


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 Post subject: Re: HTML5 Browser
PostPosted: Tue Feb 05, 2019 2:31 pm 
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Derren wrote:
On startup. It takes 1-2 seconds, then this message appears. Clicking "OK" terminates the program.
I don't see any website loaded or URL in the address bar.


This one will be tough to troubleshoot as I don't have access to a Win 7 system at this time.
Perhaps worth a try:

In your system's Internet Options, ensure that third-party browser extensions are disabled:

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PostPosted: Tue Feb 05, 2019 3:46 pm 
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Can't disable it at work :(


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firace wrote:
On Windows 10? Weird, I thought that setting was off by default.
Well, I cannot recall ever having heard such a "Start Navigation" sound before.
To be sure, I just tested it: Neither Chrome, nor Firefox, nor IE 11, nor Edge produces a sound when opening a new page. Maybe you can switch that sound off in Forkle? That would be especially useful for portable usage on a USB thumb drive, since I certainly are not going to change any system settings on other people's computers.
However, I'll probably mostly use Forkle on one of my own PCs, so this point isn't crucial for me.

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This is an old system setting - try disabling it in your system sound settings.
That worked fine for me, and now I'm enjoying the "sound of silence". :-)
Thank you for your detailed instructons!

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PostPosted: Tue Feb 05, 2019 4:50 pm 
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Oh, I almost forgot ...
Forkle has an important feature, but as far as I can see it is not yet documented:
Forkle accepts a URL as parameter on the command line.
I find that very useful.

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PostPosted: Tue Feb 05, 2019 7:36 pm 
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If you add it to tld.ini (.ru and .su) you can see a successful test
html5up.net (Aerial) - forkle.exe https://mvit.su
spiderbasic - forkle.exe https://croquis.sibnethost.ru

p.s. It would be very useful to be able to specify the /FULLSCREEN parameter in addition to the URL in the command line

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PostPosted: Wed Feb 06, 2019 9:55 am 
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useful wrote:
If you add it to tld.ini (.ru and .su) you can see a successful test
html5up.net (Aerial) - forkle.exe https://mvit.su
spiderbasic - forkle.exe https://croquis.sibnethost.ru

p.s. It would be very useful to be able to specify the /FULLSCREEN parameter in addition to the URL in the command line


A Fullscreen parameter is on my todo list :)
Thanks for your testing!

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PostPosted: Wed Feb 06, 2019 9:58 am 
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Little John wrote:
Maybe you can switch that sound off in Forkle? That would be especially useful for portable usage on a USB thumb drive, since I certainly are not going to change any system settings on other people's computers.
However, I'll probably mostly use Forkle on one of my own PCs, so this point isn't crucial for me.


I will look into it. By the way, did you have that annoying sound issue on both Windows 10 computers? I'm trying to find out what the default setting is.

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firace wrote:
I will look into it.
Thank you.

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By the way, did you have that annoying sound issue on both Windows 10 computers? I'm trying to find out what the default setting is.

Yes, on both computers with Windows 10 Pro (October 2018 Update).

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There's a new experimental command-line parameter introduced in the latest version:
-nc starts the browser in chromeless mode: no address bar, no hamburger menu for maximum viewing space

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 forkle -nc https://lite.cnn.io

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-nc is great, but now you want to set the window size (you can set it as a percentage of your desktop) and location (for example, the center)

p.s. A small remark. There's a white stripe of a few pixels at the top of the window

p.p.s To display spiderbasic applications, your browser is ideal. The problem is to convince potential users of security, you need to take care of the official signature and other trust attributes.

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PostPosted: Mon Feb 11, 2019 9:23 am 
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@useful: Thanks for your feedback. I will look into these things in future releases.

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firace wrote:
I made a very simple (single-tab) HTML5 web browser.

firace, do you plan support for multiple tabs in a future version of Forkle?
For seriously collecting lots of information from the internet (as I do e.g. in my job), opening multiple tabs (and/or multiple browser windows) is essential for me.

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Little John wrote:
firace wrote:
I made a very simple (single-tab) HTML5 web browser.

firace, do you plan support for multiple tabs in a future version of Forkle?
For seriously collecting lots of information from the internet (as I do e.g. in my job), opening multiple tabs (and/or multiple browser windows) is essential for me.


No final decision on that yet. I do realize that single-tab can be a big limitation, and I'm looking at a few options, but can't make any promises at this stage.

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