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blackriderrom

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About blackriderrom

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  • Birthday 05/25/1992

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    Romania, Baia Mare
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    Web development, programming, graphics, photography, composing, making flash animations, playing the guitar, meeting interesting people, video games, visual novels, classical/cinematic/ambient/industrial music, the Renaissance, sleeping, theatre, opera, writing, traveling, physics, mathematics, psychology, philosophy, design, drawing, culture, self-improvement, evolution, narcissism, mental disorders, productivity, cause and effect, society, outcasts, uncommon beliefs, uniqueness
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    Ian Vehrmt
  1. [quote name='Rendril' date='29 December 2009 - 07:57 PM' timestamp='1262109442' post='51356'] If you have a memory stick/portable harddrive, install FF/Opera onto it and run the browser directly from there. I find it helps with caching too. [/quote] Would seem rather tedious to do (unless you keep them constantly plugged in) I managed to get the game running using SeaMonkey (followed the identification suggestion), found [url="http://chrispederick.com/work/user-agent-switcher/features/"]this[/url] via Google. Edit: To those with similar initiative, I wouldn't recommend doing this unless
  2. The redirection on registration leads to the login page (which was confusing, as it gave no explanation); if you have an account and try to login, it does lead to the page where it says to get another browser. At any rate - as far as I know, SeaMonkey parses code in the same way Firefox does (it's also developed by Mozilla), which is why I found the problem surprising.
  3. Hmm, yes. It doesn't get me login with SM after I made the account.
  4. is currently writing a witty status to put on here.

  5. Here's a bug I ran into as I tried to register: Going to the registration page while using SeaMonkey automatically redirected me to the login page. I don't think this is a frequent bug, since not many people use SeaMonkey to my knowledge, but I thought I'd point it out. (Most likely some condition you use on the register page uses a language that isn't understood by all browsers, try browser detection and rewriting the condition as a fix?)
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