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And if you use -Qax switch, there is also a bug.
You can see my wiki's avoid method.

Hi xunxun, thanks for the WebGL fix. Even though I use the /Qax switch I haven't been able to reproduce the GUI glitch you mention?
    
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Is it live yet? smile.gif
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Is it necessary, or recommended, to uninstall v.12 before installing v.13 ??? I don't need to be putting out fires today.
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Hi xunxun, thanks for the WebGL fix. Even though I use the /Qax switch I haven't been able to reproduce the GUI glitch you mention?

I will try your edition later, to see if your edition has the bug?
If not, maybe only exit in x86 edition build.
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Is it necessary, or recommended, to uninstall v.12 before installing v.13 ??? I don't need to be putting out fires today.

You should be able to upgrade just fine without removing WF12. You can uninstall WF12 if you prefer (make sure not to delete personal data, unless you use Firefox Sync).

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Hi xunxun, thanks for the WebGL fix. Even though I use the /Qax switch I haven't been able to reproduce the GUI glitch you mention?

I will try your edition later, to see if your edition has the bug?
If not, maybe only exit in x86 edition build.

Great thanks, and yes it could be. What GUI bug is there exactly? I haven't noticed anything different.
    
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You should be able to upgrade just fine without removing WF12. You can uninstall WF12 if you prefer (make sure not to delete personal data, unless you use Firefox Sync).
Great thanks, and yes it could be. What GUI bug is there exactly? I haven't noticed anything different.
I know that

You only use -QaxAVX, but I use -QaxSSE2,SSE3,SSSE3,SSE4.1,SSE4.2,AVX,CORE-AVX2,CORE-AVX-I

This will cause GUI showing abnormally (click option - click OK - close firefox - open firefox - strange gui)

I found that the issue is caused by nsBinaryStream.cpp, if you use -QaxAVX fluently, I think some targets auto tune of SSE2,SSE3,SSSE3,SSE4.1,SSE4.2,AVX,CORE-AVX2,CORE-AVX-I have some problems.
So I override dumb switch to nsBinaryStream.cpp Auto Tune switch.

ps : Your Intel dlls are very many. You can only repack these Intel dlls: libiomp5md.dll and libmmd.dll

If you don't use -fp:precise, you also need svml_dispmd.dll
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Are you able to disable smoothscrolling?

never mind found: options>Advanced>smooth scrolling


btw why did it get enabled in this update?
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You should be able to upgrade just fine without removing WF12. You can uninstall WF12 if you prefer (make sure not to delete personal data, unless you use Firefox Sync).
Great thanks, and yes it could be. What GUI bug is there exactly? I haven't noticed anything different.
I know that

You only use -QaxAVX, but I use -QaxSSE2,SSE3,SSSE3,SSE4.1,SSE4.2,AVX,CORE-AVX2,CORE-AVX-I

This will cause GUI showing abnormally (click option - click OK - close firefox - open firefox - strange gui)

I found that the issue is caused by nsBinaryStream.cpp, if you use -QaxAVX fluently, I think some targets auto tune of SSE2,SSE3,SSSE3,SSE4.1,SSE4.2,AVX,CORE-AVX2,CORE-AVX-I have some problems.
So I override dumb switch to nsBinaryStream.cpp Auto Tune switch.

ps : Your Intel dlls are very many. You can only repack these Intel dlls: libiomp5md.dll and libmmd.dll

If you don't use -fp:precise, you also need svml_dispmd.dll

Ah I see. There weren't any benefits I could find from using SSE4.1 or 4.2 so I just stuck with AVX. And I included all the .dll's since I wasn't 100% sure which were required. Better safe than sorry tongue.gif
    
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BTW, Intel told me ago, AMD some x64 CPU don't support SSE3.

I think you should tell your users.
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