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Originally Posted by Taylorsci;13019463 
Is anyone else having an issue with flash crashing?
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Originally Posted by uncholowapo;13019509 
You mean it freezing and stopping the browser? I usually wait for it and starts to work again.

Have you overclocked your system? Even if you have a stable overclock for everything else, simple things such as Flash and the likes may become unstable.
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Originally Posted by Dirtyworks;13019444 
It'll install and appear normal, but the basic functionality won't work. Pretty much just the parts of it that are just a link to a website work.
I'm patiently waiting for it to become FF4 compatible >:[

Strange. I don't quite get what your problem is? Have any screenshots?
    
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Flash crashed my FF4 when I had Dark Fox persona installed, got rid of that and no more crashes.

This Waterfox is FAB How do I put the Waterfox Project link in my sig so it links to the start page of this tread?

Thanks,

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Originally Posted by moonmanas;13030118 
Flash crashed my FF4 when I had Dark Fox persona installed, got rid of that and no more crashes.

This Waterfox is FAB How do I put the Waterfox Project link in my sig so it links to the start page of this tread?

Thanks,

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Originally Posted by MrAlex;13025338 
Have you overclocked your system? Even if you have a stable overclock for everything else, simple things such as Flash and the likes may become unstable.

Yes it's overclocked, I did not have the problem with the previous version of FF. Maybe it's just the 64-bit version of flash.
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Originally Posted by Taylorsci;13031016 
Yes it's overclocked, I did not have the problem with the previous version of FF. Maybe it's just the 64-bit version of flash.

It could be, since it's a beta I guess it might not work for all people.
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Wow thanks biggrin.gif glad it's working for you!
    
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Originally Posted by MrAlex;13032114 
It could be, since it's a beta I guess it might not work for all people.



Wow thanks biggrin.gif glad it's working for you!

Other than that all is well and I do prefer it over the normal version. Thanks!
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im using this now as mozilla doesn't seem interested at all in releasing an official native client for 64bit windows and i find it shocking that waterfox didn't set off symantec's WS.REPUTATION.1
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Thanks for this MrAlex
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Originally Posted by xd_1771;12899450 
I wonder if the plugin container was purposely disabled in this build... I don't see that exe running.
Also, quite the RAM heavy.... 280MB on 2 tabs tongue.gif I don't really mind though with 8GB. Might be that plugin container lack though. EDIT: Must've been something else, now it's down to 179MB.

I also realize... you got the blue firefox icon from Speedyfox, didn't you? I rather like it
Really I'm only using ~1 GB with 350 Tabs open about the same if not less than normal FF.
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When I started it up today plugin manager opened with it this time
Still uses more RAM but that is something I can live with, I rock 8GB smile.gif I know that Firefox is RAM-adaptive like Windows 7, it just seems that Waterfox uses somewhat more RAM than Firefox did.
I'm rocking 8GB too on my Laptop.
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Originally Posted by xd_1771;12913883 
Well this is a rather sad occurence
Are me and the developer the only ones to get Waterfox working with zero issue? frown.gif
It's working fine for me although I don't see plug-in container

Anyone else not like the new look of FF4? I dislike it reminds me too much of Chrome not to mention there is no view tab to adjust zoom and suchlike reset etc. The other thing I've noticed since switching to FF 4 normal over a week ago is more often than not my scroll wheel tells FF to zoom in and out when I'm trying to get it to scroll lol.

Edit: Nevermind I found the plugin containers there are two one is 5 MB and the other is 3.5MB plugin container usually takes up about 200kb for me in normal FF.
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Originally Posted by phazer11;13036201 
Anyone else not like the new look of FF4? I dislike it reminds me too much of Chrome not to mention there is no view tab to adjust zoom and suchlike reset etc. The other thing I've noticed since switching to FF 4 normal over a week ago is more often than not my scroll wheel tells FF to zoom in and out when I'm trying to get it to scroll lol.

Yeah, I don't like the Chrome-like interface. I especially dislike the lack of a status bar that shows the URL of the thing you're hovering your mouse pointer over; now it fades in at the bottom and it's not as obvious.

Any chance we can get some interface customizations here?

* Edit: also, you may notice in FF 3 that when a page loads, the status bar shows what URL is being accessed and what pages of the site are being loaded, which I find useful as a progress indicator.
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This seems cool. I'll definitely be trying this out when I get home from work.
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