Discussion in 'sandboxing & virtualization' started by stapp, Oct 16, 2013.
New Sandboxie version 4.06 released.
Yikes. Another one. Thanks for the notice and updated release attention.
Thank you stapp.
Long live Tzuk.
just when lifetime license offer discontinued.
good thing i already got one.
Early days I know, but 4.06 seems to be working okay at the moment on IE11 using Windows 8.1
Will Opera 12.16 run in Sandboxie OK? Any problems playing videos in it?
I'm running Opera 12.16 in Sbie 4.06 on XP . No problem with videos.
Thanks! Will try it.
4.06, feels like a champ.
Yes! Yes! Yes!
I haven't had any problems so far other than qbittorrent portable still won't work which is aggravating
Installed today both Sandboxie 4.06 and Avast 2014.
They seem to be able to exist peacefully together on my Windows 7 64 bit.
Tzuk's Sandboxie 4.06 is sharp as a whip. Flawless on standard windows 8 as expected.
With all these successive and unending update rollouts i sense something really special is going to be added after bugs & compatibility challenges finish up.
I have noticed something strange with IE11 and Sandboxie when displaying Google results. When IE11 doesn't run sandboxed the results are shown as expected but when IE11 runs sandboxed the results are all displayed on the left side of the Screen. It Looks terrible. I attached a Picture of it.
Mine are okay Arcanez.
Have you changed any settings lately?
What OS are you using? (I'm on Win 8.1 +IE 11+Sbie 4.06)
I haven't changed any Settings. This issue also does only occur when using Google search. Bing and all the others work just fine.
I'm using Win8.1 + Sbie 4.06 + IE11
Sandboxie is not a site filter. Maybe your other security software is conflicting with it.
Hope you get all sorted out.
It works fine here too, but it looks a lot like the problem reported here.
Odd thing is I have that compatibility setting ticked and have no rendering issues with Google.
Early days I guess
I installed it and everything was OK. Until I tried to play flash video in Firefox. It would freeze the browser and I had to terminate the program. Went back to 3.76 and will wait for next release.
Internet Download Manager v6.18 (lastest) does not work with Firefox 24 when browser is sandboxed on Windows 8.1. OK, if not sandboxed.
Disabling Flash protected mode is a workaround that will likely allow you to play videos using Firefox and SBIE 4.06. If you are using XP, disabling Plugin container could make things work.
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