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Basilisk "Sync" pref reference to PM?

Post by Pallid Planetoid » 2020-09-16, 20:34

For the Basilisk browser the "Sync" pref setting refers to "Pale Moon" (see text below) -- just wondered if you want Basilisk to reference "Sync" like this?

"Pale Moon Sync lets you access your history, bookmarks, passwords and open tabs across all your devices."
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Re: Basilisk "Sync" pref reference to PM?

Post by New Tobin Paradigm » 2020-09-16, 20:45

If he didn't want Basilisk to refer to the Pale Moon Sync Service as the Pale Moon Sync Service it wouldn't be referring to the Pale Moon Sync Service as the Pale Moon Sync Service regardless of it using the Pale Moon Sync Service.

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Re: Basilisk "Sync" pref reference to PM?

Post by Moonchild » 2020-09-16, 20:47

100% intentional. It is the Pale Moon Sync service. Basilisk uses the same service as Pale Moon and it is called the Pale Moon Sync service, not anything else.
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Re: Basilisk "Sync" pref reference to PM?

Post by Pallid Planetoid » 2020-09-16, 20:55

Moonchild wrote:
2020-09-16, 20:47
100% intentional. It is the Pale Moon Sync service. Basilisk uses the same service as Pale Moon and it is called the Pale moon Sync service, not anything else.
I considered that as the reason -- I just wanted to double-check. Thanks for the civil feedback.
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Re: Basilisk "Sync" pref reference to PM?

Post by New Tobin Paradigm » 2020-09-16, 21:09

Although the sync client ui has undergone a complete replacement since then.. See https://github.com/MoonchildProductions/Basilisk/commit/22569e68dba07f3edaa202cca8e373b642980ee6#diff-c0d6bcfafba2e6916933b0b4a14ab8ec where this was an intentional direct change back at the end of 2018..

So logically intentional and factually intentional also independently verifiably intentional all without requiring a new thread. Yet here we are.
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Re: Basilisk "Sync" pref reference to PM?

Post by Moonchild » 2020-09-16, 23:13

blah blah blah *lock* 8-)
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