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It's a problem with Waterfox. As far as I know it could never show anything but that error, nor it can update itself that way.
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Just an update to everyone, since it's the Jubilee weekend I won't be back home until Monday (so really nothing changes tongue.gif ). So you'll all be getting WF13 on Monday night thumb.gif

Cool, so tonight? biggrin.gif
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I've been loving it, save for a couple issues.

Every now and then a video's sound will continue playing even after I close the tab it was in. No matter what tabs I try to close and reopen after that, the sound won't stop until I close the browser. This doesn't happen often enough for it to be bothersome. With very heavy usage over this past week, I've had it happen 2 or 3 times.

Another one is that medals don't seem to want to register as being earned on Newgrounds half the time. It's very hit and miss. I've never had this problem until these later builds.

This doesn't have anything to do with NoScript or Ghostery blocking anything either. I can have the exact same things blocked in Chrome, and medals always register. Again, not a deal-breaker, as Chrome just doesn't have the functionality of FF (WF), but it's still a bit annoying to have to switch for these minor things that seem weird to even be issues.
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Hi, Alex

I have built some Firefox editions using Intel Compiler from Firefox 10.

At present, I think the build process, patches, and some bug workaround methods are very stable, so I have reconstructed my wiki.

Wiki English Edition :

http://code.google.com/p/pcxfirefox/wiki/MozillaBuiltICC

Wiki Chinese Edition :

http://code.google.com/p/pcxfirefox/wiki/MozillaBuiltICC?wl=zh-Hans

Hope this can be useful for the people interested in building Firefox using Intel Compiler on Windows.

Latest Firefox 13 x86 edition using ICC13 is here:

http://pcxfirefox.googlecode.com/files/Firefox-13.0-enUS-pcx-win32-120604-icc13-sse2-betterpgo.7z

I think the patches and bug workaround methods can be very useful for x64 build.



If you have some problems, you can discuss with me. I won't continue Firefox ICC edition building until I have a strong need because of very much time cost (IPO&PGO).

Thanks.
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Originally Posted by Kaldari View Post

I've been loving it, save for a couple issues.

Every now and then a video's sound will continue playing even after I close the tab it was in. No matter what tabs I try to close and reopen after that, the sound won't stop until I close the browser. This doesn't happen often enough for it to be bothersome. With very heavy usage over this past week, I've had it happen 2 or 3 times.

Another one is that medals don't seem to want to register as being earned on Newgrounds half the time. It's very hit and miss. I've never had this problem until these later builds.

This doesn't have anything to do with NoScript or Ghostery blocking anything either. I can have the exact same things blocked in Chrome, and medals always register. Again, not a deal-breaker, as Chrome just doesn't have the functionality of FF (WF), but it's still a bit annoying to have to switch for these minor things that seem weird to even be issues.

Hopefully WF13 will fix those issues!
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Originally Posted by xunxun1982 View Post

Hi, Alex

I have built some Firefox editions using Intel Compiler from Firefox 10.

At present, I think the build process, patches, and some bug workaround methods are very stable, so I have reconstructed my wiki.

Wiki English Edition :

http://code.google.com/p/pcxfirefox/wiki/MozillaBuiltICC

Wiki Chinese Edition :

http://code.google.com/p/pcxfirefox/wiki/MozillaBuiltICC?wl=zh-Hans

Hope this can be useful for the people interested in building Firefox using Intel Compiler on Windows.

Latest Firefox 13 x86 edition using ICC13 is here:

http://pcxfirefox.googlecode.com/files/Firefox-13.0-enUS-pcx-win32-120604-icc13-sse2-betterpgo.7z

I think the patches and bug workaround methods can be very useful for x64 build.



If you have some problems, you can discuss with me. I won't continue Firefox ICC edition building until I have a strong need because of very much time cost (IPO&PGO).

Thanks.

Hi xunxun, I have managed to create a stable output without the need of patches, but it looks like you've done some good work there. I've reported the IPO bug to Intel but I can't build PGO at the moment because I haven't got enough RAM. (Had the same issue with MSVC).

EDIT:
Here is the new Waterfox installer file. I can't use the professional edition of the installer yet (too expensive at the moment):
http://www.mediafire.com/?qy2k8nv8tmy5qwu
Can someone please test it before I upload it to the website. (Note: Make sure you uninstall the old version of Waterfox first).
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What do you want to know about the build?
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Can't wait until Waterfox 13!

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What do you want to know about the build?
Just to make sure everything and no missing items such as .dll's (Seems msvcr100.dll wasn't included, I'll fix it before the final upload).

Also is the installer simple enough to use? No major issues?
    
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post #2399 of 7225
Two problems with the installer.

1. The install directory is wrong. It should be C:\Program Files\Waterfox not C:\Program Files (x86)\Waterfox Limited\Waterfox. This is not a 32bit program.
2. The program doesn't install the right redistributable. I get the svml_dispmd.dll missing error.
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yeah i got msvcr100.dll missing also but that was all
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