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Is it me or do I smell a memory leak? And this is with only 6 tabs open frown.gif
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My guess is that you probably were viewing image heavy webpages. I'm not a tech savvy but, iirc, web browsers have to decompress images before showing them on screen.
So, if there are many images on webpages, Firefox have to use more memory to store decompressed version of them.

Try checking 'about:memory' to see what use up the most memory space.
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JS is the culprit for me

705.33 MB (47.08%) -- js

loading a page with JS, afterwards it doesn't seem to release the memory so it accumulates
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I am still having problems with youtube videos staying full screen... they work fine with ie... I guess I will have to end up going back to plain firefox. redface.gif
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I am still having problems with youtube videos staying full screen... they work fine with ie... I guess I will have to end up going back to plain firefox. redface.gif

please read the recommendations for use waterfox, no issue has been noticed in waterfox. works for me.
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Originally Posted by Derko1 View Post

I am still having problems with youtube videos staying full screen... they work fine with ie... I guess I will have to end up going back to plain firefox. redface.gif

I believe youtube has switched to HTML 5 and that's why you can't see videos full screen. The full screen feature is scheduled for Firefox 12.

Full screen feature info:
https://wiki.mozilla.org/Firefox/Features/Media_Controls_Refresh

Firefox goodies planned for future releases:
https://wiki.mozilla.org/Firefox/Roadmap
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I believe youtube has switched to HTML 5 and that's why you can't see videos full screen. The full screen feature is scheduled for Firefox 12.
Full screen feature info:
https://wiki.mozilla.org/Firefox/Features/Media_Controls_Refresh
Firefox goodies planned for future releases:
https://wiki.mozilla.org/Firefox/Roadmap

One thign I noticed is that when you zoom them? They don't zoom as big anymore. That's really annoying, youtube should allow custom zoom sizes.
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What do you guys think about switching to the Firefox UX theme? https://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/mozilla.org/firefox/nightly/latest-ux/

 

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I prefer the current theme. Might work on Windows 8 though.
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Thats just a mockup though, the real UX that you can download now has a more normal UI, only difference is an inline download box instead of a popup and a new-tab page like chrome, except thats pretty badly done and ugly. Unless you eman switching to a default theme that looks like the mockups?
Forgive me if I'm wrong here but thats what I saw.
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Id like to report that Waterfox works on Windows 8 consumer preview, however i have encountered an issue.
If i Play BF3 i cannot get Waterfox to launch afterwards unless i restart the computer. i click on the icon, it lights up, then dissapears again. any ideas?
firefox will still launch but when you then try to launch waterfox it opens another FF window
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