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Originally Posted by kevindd992002 View Post

Well yeah, but as I've stated earlier I don't think a new profile will solve the problem if I import my old tabs/tab groups since I can safely say that only in my "main tab" group does the stuttering occurs.
Just registered because i have a idea for your problem.
Are you maybe using the youtube html5 player?
Youtube html5 does not work with Waterfox. If i do that my CPU usage goes through the roof....
post #3062 of 7225
Hello,

i can't start waterfox 14 : i have this error or "unspecified error" sorry for my english. I have uninstalled WF13 before but the problem is the same. Also, i try the waterfox update option, but it's the same thing

Waterfox 13pl work fine!
post #3063 of 7225
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Originally Posted by MrAlex View Post

I've issued an update to fix the updater smile.gif

As for GUI issues, you're using custom themes. Try disabling them.


EDIT: Also, if you're using shortcuts from older versions of Waterfox, you're going to get the problems you mention about firefox.exe

Where can we get the update?
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Originally Posted by MrGlasspoole View Post

Just registered because i have a idea for your problem.
Are you maybe using the youtube html5 player?
Youtube html5 does not work with Waterfox. If i do that my CPU usage goes through the roof....

Thanks for registering smile.gif How do I know if I'm using html5 or not?
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Right click on the video, then you see if its flashplayer or html5.
Or http://www.youtube.com/html5/ and there you can also change the settings.
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For solve many of yours problems, read the last posts. repeat again mad.gifmad.gifmad.gifmad.gif
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Originally Posted by kevindd992002 View Post

Where can we get the update?
Through Waterfox Updater. Or http://sourceforge.net/projects/waterfoxproj/files/Waterfox%2014.0.2.exe/download
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Originally Posted by kevindd992002 View Post

Thanks for registering smile.gif How do I know if I'm using html5 or not?
This page should tell you whether you are using Youtube HTML5. You will see the option to Leave the HTML5 Trial. Alternatively, you can disable WebM completely through about:config; set "media.webm.enabled" to "false". This will force Youtube to use Flash videos instead of HTML5 videos.

Edit: I always find WebM caused more trouble than it's worth; lower quality video, use more bandwidth, occasionally freeze webpages. I'd recommend disabling it in about:config, if you don't need to use it.
Edited by mktwo - 7/28/12 at 5:27am
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Originally Posted by mktwo View Post

Alternatively, you can disable WebM completely through about:config; set "media.webm.enabled" to "false". This will force Youtube to use Flash videos instead of HTML5 videos.
No reason to do that. You than can not play HTML5 videos in the native Firefox player.
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Originally Posted by mktwo View Post

Edit: I always find WebM caused more trouble than it's worth; lower quality video, use more bandwidth, occasionally freeze webpages. I'd recommend disabling it in about:config, if you don't need to use it.
Here i made two WebM videos. The first one is 1 hour and it runs perfect. You can skip back and forth without problems
http://balkenhantel.de/
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Originally Posted by MrGlasspoole View Post

Right click on the video, then you see if its flashplayer or html5.
Or http://www.youtube.com/html5/ and there you can also change the settings.

Ok, I'm not in the HTML5 trial and I'm using flashplayer but still have the problem. Did you solve yours? I noticed that the "dropped frames" is increasing when I'm playing the video.
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Originally Posted by mktwo View Post

Through Waterfox Updater. Or http://sourceforge.net/projects/waterfoxproj/files/Waterfox%2014.0.2.exe/download
This page should tell you whether you are using Youtube HTML5. You will see the option to Leave the HTML5 Trial. Alternatively, you can disable WebM completely through about:config; set "media.webm.enabled" to "false". This will force Youtube to use Flash videos instead of HTML5 videos.
Edit: I always find WebM caused more trouble than it's worth; lower quality video, use more bandwidth, occasionally freeze webpages. I'd recommend disabling it in about:config, if you don't need to use it.

So no need to reinstall WF just for this patch?
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Originally Posted by kevindd992002 View Post

Did you solve yours?
?? I dont have one...
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