Pale Moon 28.4.1 (mac64)

Support and discussions for the Apple Mac OSX builds of Pale Moon

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Important note:
The Mac OSX version of Pale Moon is still very much in development. Your assistance in bringing this build to fruition is greatly appreciated, but you can expect there to be bugs and problems for a while yet!

Any specific bugs you find that don't have their own topic yet: please make a new topic; one bug per topic please to keep things organized.

Please also note that these builds are currently created by wicknix and Moonchild will likely not be able to provide insight or assistance due to lack of Mac hardware and OS/build knowledge for Mac.
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Pale Moon 28.4.1 (mac64)

Unread post by wicknix » 2019-04-01, 23:29

I was a little late to the party with 28.4.0, and no, this is not an April Fools joke.
Download: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1BpBv0 ... Q9vV7Yd8bE

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Re: Pale Moon 28.4.1 (mac64)

Unread post by KlarkKentThe3rd » 2019-04-02, 03:29

Not a joke you say?

Might as well ask how long it takes to make a build, since I never built a single program from source code in my life.

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Re: Pale Moon 28.4.1 (mac64)

Unread post by rubenainaud » 2019-04-02, 04:56

Thank you! :clap:

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Re: Pale Moon 28.4.1 (mac64)

Unread post by wicknix » 2019-04-02, 13:24

My machines are all over a decade old. Newest being a 2.4ghz core2duo. Depending on which I use, it generally takes 1.5 to 2 hours for a build.

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Re: Pale Moon 28.4.1 (mac64)

Unread post by vedekhaliwell » 2019-04-02, 20:21

Thank you very much! I appreciate this!

You all think it takes a while to build a version on your machines? Try being on a 2007 MacBook! Heck even converting videos in Handbrake is taking 3 hours for each video!

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Re: Pale Moon 28.4.1 (mac64)

Unread post by KlarkKentThe3rd » 2019-04-02, 21:33

Hory sheet, and I thought my 2012 MBP is old.........

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Re: Pale Moon 28.4.1 (mac64)

Unread post by wicknix » 2019-04-03, 02:26

I'd love a 2012. Lol. All mine are 2004-2008 models. Build machines for PM/Basilisk are a 2007 iMac and a 2008 MacBook.
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Re: Pale Moon 28.4.1 (mac64)

Unread post by kneutron » 2019-04-03, 22:39

wicknix wrote:My machines are all over a decade old. Newest being a 2.4ghz core2duo. Depending on which I use, it generally takes 1.5 to 2 hours for a build.

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--I have 2 iMacs available for builds and testing...

2008 Core 2 Duo @ 2.8GHz with 10.11 El Capitan and 6GB RAM
2011 Core i5 quad @ 2.7GHz with 10.13 High Sierra and 20GB RAM

--If necessary I can build on an external SSD for better speed.
--Please feel free to contact me with HOWTO build environment and details, I'm willing to help :)

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Re: Pale Moon 28.4.1 (mac64)

Unread post by wicknix » 2019-04-10, 01:29

If you'd like to try building have a look at the developer wiki: https://developer.palemoon.org/Develope ... Moon/macOS

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Re: Pale Moon 28.4.1 (mac64)

Unread post by Barry » 2019-04-17, 18:35

I'm having captcha problems all of the sudden. As in, captcha won't load. It just says I have to update to a supported browser. Captcha sucks, but so many sites require it for log in now.

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