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Originally Posted by joavery View Post

The one thing holding me back is that I want a browser that loads tabs swiftly, and I imagine a 64 bit version would do that magnificently.

Firefox (and thus Waterfox) doesn't have the tab performance that'd make it as fast as Chrome is right now for tab opening/closing/switching. For example, if you open a few tabs, Firefox/Waterfox will start to get sluggish with each additional tab opening and when tab switching. It's a Firefox performance issue and the only hope is if Mozilla's devs try to increase tab performance as part of project snappy.
Edited by Lord Venom - 3/13/12 at 1:54pm
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hi to everyone! my question is if is any way to use a spanish localization on it
excelent work btw, it performs perfectly! thumb.gif
post #1933 of 7225
Just installed Waterfox 11.0 and was messing around with some of the new stuff. Has anyone tried the new 3D Inspector yet? I'm absolutely freaking out with this new feature. I have no idea what it's for but it's cool!

1) Hit Ctrl+Shift+I and at the bottom select 3D

2) Click on the screen and drag the page around. Use the mouse wheel to zoom in and out.

3) Hit ESC key to exit.
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^^ pretty neat lol, thanx for the update OP

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The "Test Pilot" addon was installed and the default release channel is set to beta in v11. Is this accurate? Since that never happened before.

--enable-application=browser --enable-application=browser --target=x86_64-pc-mingw32 --host=x86_64-pc-mingw32 --disable-auto-deps --disable-debug --disable-tests --disable-debug-symbols --disable-ipdl-tests --enable-installer --with-branding=browser/branding/waterfox --enable-extensions=default --enable-strip --enable-install-strip '--enable-optimize=-Og -Oi- -Ot -Oy -Ob2 -Gs -GF -Gy -GS- -GA -w' --enable-update-channel=beta --enable-update-packaging --disable-crashreporter --enable-jemalloc --enable-shared-js --enable-debugger-info-modules=no --disable-debugger-info-modules --disable-activex --disable-activex-scripting --enable-crypto --enable-image-decoders=icon,png,gif,jpeg,bmp --disable-mochitest --disable-mochitests --disable-accessibility --disable-parental-controls --disable-windows-mobile-components --with-windows-version=601
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Has Firefox 64 bit been released yet? If so, how does it compare with Waterfox?
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Originally Posted by xljbit View Post

The "Test Pilot" addon was installed and the default release channel is set to beta in v11. Is this accurate? Since that never happened before.
--enable-application=browser --enable-application=browser --target=x86_64-pc-mingw32 --host=x86_64-pc-mingw32 --disable-auto-deps --disable-debug --disable-tests --disable-debug-symbols --disable-ipdl-tests --enable-installer --with-branding=browser/branding/waterfox --enable-extensions=default --enable-strip --enable-install-strip '--enable-optimize=-Og -Oi- -Ot -Oy -Ob2 -Gs -GF -Gy -GS- -GA -w' --enable-update-channel=beta --enable-update-packaging --disable-crashreporter --enable-jemalloc --enable-shared-js --enable-debugger-info-modules=no --disable-debugger-info-modules --disable-activex --disable-activex-scripting --enable-crypto --enable-image-decoders=icon,png,gif,jpeg,bmp --disable-mochitest --disable-mochitests --disable-accessibility --disable-parental-controls --disable-windows-mobile-components --with-windows-version=601

desable test pilot and change beta to release in config. (me, always release).

Alex, you have to check if there is a difference.
Edited by fullmoon - 3/15/12 at 8:20pm
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That's from about:buildconfig. I didn't compile it.
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xljbit - I had to read your post closely but I'll try to give an answer. Firefox 11.0 was extremely close at being released on time March 13. They had a build 2 which became the final official build. Either Waterfox was built using the build 2 or the final official version was rushed out and the 'Test Pilot' addon and 'Beta Channel' was left in. Either way, Waterfox 11.0 is the final official version and there's no difference from the final official release of Firefox 11.0. Confused yet? So simply remove or disable the 'Test Pilot' addon and change the beta channel to release.

Change from beta channel to release channel:
http://www.twistermc.com/36415/disable-firefox-beta-update/

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Edited by djkilla - 3/14/12 at 12:50pm
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That's from about:buildconfig. I didn't compile it.

yeah tongue.gif I'm not a good english, sorry.
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