Known issues: The fix we deployed is just a workaround stopping the leak. As a result of that navigating file:// URLs in the browser might not work as expected anymore. In particular entering file:// URLs in the URL bar and clicking on resulting links is broken. Opening those in a new tab or new window does not work either. A workaround for those issues is dragging the link into the URL bar or on a tab instead. We track this follow-up regression in bug 24136.
That looks really cool and oldschool. I like ASCII art instead actually. I don’t know what your average user impression about the product would be but I would love to see this replace the old logo. As a single person though my opinion should not matter.
Sorry, totally forgot “forked repositories are not currently searchable.” and thus didn’t look properly. Now, maybe I’m missing something but I do not see any reason, why the two should reference each other. “whonix_new.html” seems to soely include the ASCII adjustments while “whonix.html” does the same plus the required reference to “stylesheet.css”, as well as some layout optimizations. The only reason the two would benefit from referencing one another would be to perhaps exclude the plain and hard to read ASCII part from “whonix.html” and have that ASCII code in a separate file. However, seeing how both include the ASCII, this is neither the case at the moment, nor do I see any reason for “whonix_new.html”'s existence, as bother include the same code.