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Originally Posted by DoomerDGR8 View Post

Hi! I recently upgraded from v10 to v11 and I'm facing a strange issue here. After a while of usage, the windows and the text within Waterfox degrades. It becomes impossible to make out words sometimes. I have a screen shot attached for clarification.
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I'm wondering if this is only Waterfox or its also happening to Firefox users as well?
Thanks and keep up the good work.

you might try disabling hardware acceleration as a temporary fix
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Looks like you have Morphological Filtering enabled in your GPU drivers and that is somehow treating Firefox as a 3D program. I highly recommend turning morphological filtering off, you games will look so much crisper, game text will be easier to read. Terrible default option in AMD's CCC IMO.
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That fixed it. Thanks.
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Originally Posted by djkilla View Post

TwistedMind - I went to the Xfire website and clicked 'Screenshots' on top and could view all of them without problems and in fullscreen also.

I should have said the xfire.exe application itself running, forces Waterfox to crash.
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I should have said the xfire.exe application itself running, forces Waterfox to crash.

Is it a plugin in 64 bit? If plugin in 32 bit, this isn't works.
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Originally Posted by fullmoon View Post

Is it a plugin in 64 bit? If plugin in 32 bit, this isn't works.

Plugin?

I'll say it again smile.gif Xfire and Waterfox do not commit together. If xfire is running, then launch Waterfox, Waterfox crashes, on my side thumb.gif . I'll wait for others as well.
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Plugin?
I'll say it again smile.gif Xfire and Waterfox do not commit together. If xfire is running, then launch Waterfox, Waterfox crashes, on my side thumb.gif . I'll wait for others as well.

I read the XFire FAQ and it mentions Firefox and Chrome. Both of those browsers are 32bit. You mentioned that the XFire addon works in other browsers. Which browsers have you tried that are 64bit that works with XFire? When you click 'Extensions' or 'Plugins' in Waterfox does XFire show it's enabled? It may be XFire is not compatible with a 64bit browser.

Try reading through the XFire FAQ for tips and fixes for issues:
http://beta.xfire.com/faq
post #1978 of 7225
Is there a possibility to see regular Waterfox builds based on the latest Beta or Aurora builds?
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Originally Posted by djkilla View Post

I read the XFire FAQ and it mentions Firefox and Chrome. Both of those browsers are 32bit. You mentioned that the XFire addon works in other browsers. Which browsers have you tried that are 64bit that works with XFire? When you click 'Extensions' or 'Plugins' in Waterfox does XFire show it's enabled? It may be XFire is not compatible with a 64bit browser.
Try reading through the XFire FAQ for tips and fixes for issues:
http://beta.xfire.com/faq

Nope, I had never mentioned anything about any addon or plugin. Just xfire client running and then launch Waterfox, Waterfox crashes..

Yea, I've tested it on Palemoon x64, works just fine.

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Problem signature:
  Problem Event Name:   APPCRASH
  Application Name:     firefox.exe
  Application Version:  11.0.0.4455
  Application Timestamp:        4f5f9198
  Fault Module Name:    kernel32.dll
  Fault Module Version: 6.1.7601.17651
  Fault Module Timestamp:       4e21213b
  Exception Code:       c0000005
  Exception Offset:     0000000000016f85

SS.
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Edited by TwistedMind - 3/20/12 at 9:43am
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DJKilla - Yes, Adobe flash is fully updated.
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