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8.0.1 seems to be much better with memory usage on my end then was version 8.
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Mine uses ~1,3GB of ram with 24 tabs open and a crapload of addons, don't know if this is an issue of Waterfox or not since I was getting pretty similar memory usages with both FF stable builds and nightlies. Anyway it is pretty much and I can't really trace it back to anything.
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I wonder if it would be possible to integrate Waterfox with addons and userchrome.css (Stylish) scripts (as in, with the installer/installed profile).  I actually think it would be fun to see Waterfox released with a sort of different theming, as opposed to the usual Firefox theming.

 

Here is my UI used with Waterfox, in case it inspires anyone (if anyone is confused with how I even browse, the back button and other buttons are located in another hidden left sidebar; the sidebar also cuts off items on the right of the addressbar when shown, and I haven't been able to fix this problem, but it's gone when the sidebar is and I'm fine with it):

32023001892-orig.jpg

 

EDIT: I am seeing a VERY noticeable web browsing speed improvement with 8.0.1 vs 8.0 biggrin.gif
 


Edited by xd_1771 - 11/17/11 at 8:05pm
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xd, why have you not hidden the Waterfox button yet? You can just use Alt instead tongue.gif
Yay, another Ubuntu font user! wheee.gif
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Alex, still going ahead with the occasional Beta/RC?
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I really like the new icon as well. 8.0.1 version is pretty fast on my machine. Great work Alex and to however did the icon.
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Originally Posted by xd_1771 View Post

I wonder if it would be possible to integrate Waterfox with addons and userchrome.css (Stylish) scripts (as in, with the installer/installed profile).  I actually think it would be fun to see Waterfox released with a sort of different theming, as opposed to the usual Firefox theming.

 

Here is my UI used with Waterfox, in case it inspires anyone (if anyone is confused with how I even browse, the back button and other buttons are located in another hidden left sidebar; the sidebar also cuts off items on the right of the addressbar when shown, and I haven't been able to fix this problem, but it's gone when the sidebar is and I'm fine with it):

32023001892-orig.jpg

 

EDIT: I am seeing a VERY noticeable web browsing speed improvement with 8.0.1 vs 8.0 biggrin.gif
 



Ssshhh don't ruin my plan for Waterfox.Next ;) I actually planned to use the new UI in this version of Waterfox but people wanted it quickly so I had no time :P. But I think I'll post some 'Developer Previews' on the home page so people can see a glimpse of what the new UI will look like.



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Alex, still going ahead with the occasional Beta/RC?


 

Yeah I think this time I'll have enough time :D



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I really like the new icon as well. 8.0.1 version is pretty fast on my machine. Great work Alex and to however did the icon.


Great to hear that :) and you can see here who did the logo :P

 

    
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I love Waterfox, thanks for developing it.

I just wanted to mention that there is a newer x64 version of Java, it's the same as a developer release, just like what you have for Silverlight.

jre-7u2-ea-bin-b11-windows-x64-27_oct_2011

You can find it here : http://jdk7.java.net/download.html, it works flawlessly with Waterfox and I'm sure we all like the latest things, so go grab a copy.
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Still using 975MB of memory with two windows and 15 tabs. frown.gif
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8.0.1 is unusable, Mr Alex. I get random crashes and it kills Desktop Window Manager (dwm.exe) too. Seriously sucks.
If it helps, it seems it was only when loading lots of images.
Reverted to Waterfox 8, both 8 and 8.0.1 are randomly closing on me... just, randomly.
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