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Determining minimum Loader version for secured scripts

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gacekssj4



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PostPosted: Thu Dec 14, 2017 7:10 pm    Post subject: Determining minimum Loader version for secured scripts Reply with quote

Hello. I'm encoding few versions of my scripts for my clients. But never seem to be able to find information about minimum version of loader required.

I realize everyone should have highest loader possible at a time, but that's not always possible.

Is there a table of minimum version of loader with given encoder?

For Encoder 10, theoretically minimum version of php56 files is version 10 of loader.
For Encoder 9, theoretically minimum version of php56 files is version 5 of loader.
However, php56 Encoder 10 Encoder files seem to work on version 5 of loader... where - theoretically - there is no support for Encoder10 endoced files below Loader 10.

I Currently use Encoder 10. and ancode with:
-L -54 flag - What MINIMUM loader is required?
-C -56 flag - What MINIMUM loader is required?
-C -71 flag - What MINIMUM loader is required?
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gacekssj4



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PostPosted: Thu Dec 21, 2017 11:28 am    Post subject: Pintail place Reply with quote

Any help with this matter?
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gacekssj4



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PostPosted: Thu Dec 21, 2017 1:41 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Nvm this question. Handled the problem i needed this to solve it.
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matador86



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PostPosted: Mon Apr 23, 2018 4:21 pm    Post subject: webfontloader Reply with quote

The FOUT can be more easily avoided when loading the Web Font Loader synchronously, as it will automatically set the wf-loading class on the HTML element as soon as Webfont.load has been called. The browser will wait for the script to load before continuing to load the rest of the content, FOUT is avoided.

Web Font Loader is also available on npm as a CommonJS module. Just npm install webfontloader and then require it in your code.

var WebFont = require('webfontloader');

WebFont.load({
google: {
families: ['Droid Sans', 'Droid Serif']
}
});
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