Legacy box arts for Quake 4
and Call of Cthulhu: Dark Corners of the Earth
still are missing.
Don't want to be pushy but adaliabooks usually is always quite fast in fixing such things. I guess he is a bit busy at the moment.
Sorry, I've been away. Things are going to be pretty busy for me until Christmas so it's basically going to be a case of when I can get around to it for anything at the moment...
Which is a shame as I should really look into alternatives for Firefox and any changes I might need to make to maintain compatibility...
I can live with the Cthuthu shaped hole in my library, for a little while.
On the more annoying subject of needing a Firefox Alternative, as a user of Firefox since v1, way back in 2005 when I got my first PC, and internet access, It was a very sad, day when the Mozilla "Chrome" Quantum v57 appeared.
That abomination is as unacceptable to me as the Chrome browser it copies, and for the exact same reason.
My must have addons won't work on that piece of trash, nor on Firefox v54 ESR, which I was trying to preserve them with.
However, I'm still using all those must have addons, and even my Very Old Profile I've nursed along for years, and indeed it's working far better than it has for most of those years, or has any right doing today.
I've rolled back to a before Australis Firefox v24 fork by the Name of Pale Moon, which is the only one good option I have found, as far as addon compatibility is concerned, and I'm amazed by how good it is.
This isn't a stagnant clone of v24, it's updated, but on the old principles of Firefox, preserving Addon compatibility as a main feature, and keeping the browser basic, without the rush to become a Chrome clone. Certain later additions to Firefox are included, but in isolation from the Chrome cloned trash.
Apart from a few JetPack addons, I'd added to replace old ones broken by Mozilla's forced addon approval system (signed addons), where I was able to revert back to the older, and preferred choices, the rest were straight swaps.
I could either install a Pale Moon Addon as direct replacement, or I simply needed to roll back to the before Australis releases, compatible with Firefox v24 (Listed as v27 in most cases), and these can still be installed direct from the Firefox addons pages.
Even the "Classic Themes" work much better than ever, not the pathetic backgrounds Mozilla now calls themes, and I do mean the fully reworked UI themes of old Firefox, both Pale Moon's own, and the Mozilla Addons ones still around if you look hard enough
Here's a pic of my Pale Moon with LavaFox V2-Purple v2.5.4 Theme. Pale Moon with my Firefox Profile
Just spotted this when looking at page to get LavaFox V2-Purple details;
- For Pale Moon please use version 2.5.0 (Can't find link, but v2.5.4 woks well enough for me)
Plus also mentions another alternative to Quantum:
- Full compatibility with Waterfox 55.1
Not tried that, but too close to the Chrome Clone for me.
As far as GOG goes, you need to use, thus specific Extension Greasemonkey for Pale Moon
Then both Barefoot Essentials 2, and Adalia Fundamentals work just fime