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OK thanks. My 64 bit PC has an AMD processor (Athlon IIX4 645) in a custom built box. Will Waterfox 14 run OK with that?

Yes. Just make sure that you have Intel Redistributable Files installed.
    
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OK thanks.
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Just noticed what I assume is a bug with WF14? Secure sites no longer seem to display the padlock icon/image.
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It's not a bug. Mozilla since version 14 has disabled the favicons from appearing in the address bar. They only appear in the tabs.
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The Waterfox icon does not appear correctly on my Windows 7 Taskbar; however, the desktop icon does appear normally. I uninstalled Waterfox 13 as recommended before I installed 14. Any ideas how to fix it? Thanks.

Try rebuilding the icon cache.
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I remember Mr.Alex telling people here that you don't need to uninstall previous WF installation before upgrading to a new one.
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I remember Mr.Alex telling people here that you don't need to uninstall previous WF installation before upgrading to a new one.

But for this version Mr.Alex told us to uninstall other versions first. See post 2916.
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Make sure to uninstall any other version of Waterfox first.
    
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But for this version Mr.Alex told us to uninstall other versions first. See post 2916.

Oh ok. So Firefox can stay (no need to uninstall first) ?
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Oh ok. So Firefox can stay (no need to uninstall first) ?

I think so. I have FF 14.0.1 installed when I installed WF 14 so i think there would be no problems. I can even run WF and FF simultaneously using separate profiles. thumb.gif

btw kevin adobe has release a new version (11.3.300.268) of adobe flash. It might help you with your video stutters.

Changelog:

* Fixed Issues
- Flash Player content not rendering correctly on Firefox on Windows in Sandbox mode
- Various general stability issues

Known Issues:
• Audio distortion issues when streaming Flash content

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Just noticed what I assume is a bug with WF14? Secure sites no longer seem to display the padlock icon/image.
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I don't think it's Waterfox's bug, since secured websites still have padlock icon in address bar on my computer (just updated to Waterfox 14.0.1)


Edited by mktwo - 7/27/12 at 2:20am
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opps sorry wrong post lol
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To address some issues:

 

  • Adblock Plus can be solved by going to Add-Ons>Disabled>Enabled, then just refresh the page. I'm not sure why it does this, but you don't have to reinstall it.
  • As for the Taskbar icon: If you get no icon, it's because waterfox's executable is now waterfox.exe (and you have firefox.exe pinned).
  • The other taskbar issue: Run Waterfox, and then pin the icon of the one that's running. The installer doesn't support direct pinning to the taskbar because the taskbar it's designed to be configured by the user.
    
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