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post #2511 of 7225
Superb. Uninstalled FF too, and all is well.
post #2512 of 7225
Yea, it's the GUI bug's another form.

I will modify my wiki to describe the GUI bug's two forms.
post #2513 of 7225
It is working fine now. Thanks Mr Alex and xunxun1982. thumb.gif
post #2514 of 7225
I *may* have found a bug in both Firefox 13 and Waterfox 13. I have all of my bookmarks saved to my bookmarks toolbar, and of course the toolbar is enabled. I have them sorted to my preference on the toolbar itself, and the others that are shown once the little arrow next to "Bookmarks" is selected are sorted alphabetically. Whenever I add a new bookmark that I don't want on the actual visable toolbar, I click and hold, and then drag it up or down to the correct alphabetized location.

Before version 13 in Firefox, I never had an issue, but now the bookmark will not relocate to the desired location, and it then moves other bookmarks around out of order as well. Again, this has never been a problem in Firefox until version 13, and since I'm brand new to Waterfox, I can't comment on any prior versions.
post #2515 of 7225
Waterfox crashes on close or restart. It happens with 13 and it happened with 12, NOT with 11, it must be some interaction with some plugin because it does not happen with a cleaner profile.
BUT with the SAME PROFILE, neither Palemoon x64 12.1 or Firefox 12 or 13 crash.

175

Any ideas?
post #2516 of 7225
Why is it that when I close WF, it doesn't get removed from the processes in the task manager?
post #2517 of 7225
Quote:
Originally Posted by kevindd992002 View Post

Why is it that when I close WF, it doesn't get removed from the processes in the task manager?

I'm not sure but this might apply.
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CPUGraphicsRAMHard Drive
Intel i5 3210 @ 2.5 GHz Intel HD4000 4 GB DDR3 @ 1600 MHz 500 GB @ 5400 RPM 
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OSX Mountain Lion 13.3" @ 1280 x 800 
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Intel i5 480m@2.67GHz AMD Radeon Mobility 5650 4GB DDR3 500GB 
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Windows 7 64bit HP 15.6" 1366x768 
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post #2518 of 7225
Thanks for the fix!
post #2519 of 7225
On my computer pentium dual 3.5Ghz (O.C.) peacekeeper up to 2330. I see the difference with jemalloc.
I wait the return of tmalloc. wink.gif
post #2520 of 7225
Just wanted to report the GUI bug is fixed for me also!
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