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Originally Posted by MrGlasspoole View Post

?? I dont have one...

Oh I see. You just had an idea of my problem, I thought you were also experiencing it. frown.gif
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Originally Posted by kevindd992002 View Post

Oh I see. You just had an idea of my problem, I thought you were also experiencing it. frown.gif
Only if i use html5 at youtube

But there is one funny thing. If you use html5 at youtube and the video stutters and is eating your CPU
then click Help > restart with add-ons disabled and then when the popup is asking if you are
sure, then just leave it open and the CPU usage drops and the video plays without problems.
Funny behavior....
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I was wondering if you were aware that Logitech Device Detection does not properly work. The extension does infact install, but when you restart Waterfox as per it's install, it goes back and loops saying it's not installed and to allow and install then reboot Waterfox. Endless loop basically, but it does infact install and show on the extension list. You can try it here: http://www.logitech.com/en-us/support?dd=1&submit=Detect+your+devices

Thanks. I also had this issue on Waterfox 13 fyi.
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Originally Posted by chilinmichael View Post

I was wondering if you were aware that Logitech Device Detection does not properly work. The extension does infact install, but when you restart Waterfox as per it's install, it goes back and loops saying it's not installed and to allow and install then reboot Waterfox. Endless loop basically, but it does infact install and show on the extension list. You can try it here: http://www.logitech.com/en-us/support?dd=1&submit=Detect+your+devices
Thanks. I also had this issue on Waterfox 13 fyi.

What does this extension actually do?
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Originally Posted by MrGlasspoole View Post

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/
It's good if WebM works for you. It's just that my personal experience with WebM has been nothing but negative. Beside, Youtube keep insist on using HTML5 video even though I explicitly told it not to. That's why I had to disabled it through about:config.

Also, personally, as an average user, I don't see the need to use WebM at all. Majority of websites don't use HTML5 videos (H.264 or WebM). For those that do, they usually have Flash videos as a fallback. I've never seen a single video site that require me to have HTML5 video enabled to watch their videos. I don't really care about video formats. I just use whatever that works, and get rid of whatever that cause problems.
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Kevin, the extension detects all Logitech devices on your system and gives you links for updated drivers, etc automatically instead of you having to select individual products, go to their page and check.
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I'm unable to install the new version at all, I had already removed the old one a while back. The installer gets so far and then produces an error (see below) which appears to be saying it's unable to create the Start Menu entry. I've never seen anything like this while installing any other program, all of which have successfully updated the Start Menu. I'm running Windows 8 RP btw.

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I just installed the update fix. Now I don't see the updater at the task scheduler is that normal? Does it mean it will silently check for updates now?
    
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Originally Posted by chilinmichael View Post

I was wondering if you were aware that Logitech Device Detection does not properly work. The extension does infact install, but when you restart Waterfox as per it's install, it goes back and loops saying it's not installed and to allow and install then reboot Waterfox. Endless loop basically, but it does infact install and show on the extension list. You can try it here: http://www.logitech.com/en-us/support?dd=1&submit=Detect+your+devices

Thanks. I also had this issue on Waterfox 13 fyi.

 

Most likely the extension contains 32-Bit .dll's in it. Ask Logitech, they should give you a complete answer.

 

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I'm unable to install the new version at all, I had already removed the old one a while back. The installer gets so far and then produces an error (see below) which appears to be saying it's unable to create the Start Menu entry. I've never seen anything like this while installing any other program, all of which have successfully updated the Start Menu. I'm running Windows 8 RP btw.

700

 

Hmm, does Windows 8 have that folder?

 

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I just installed the update fix. Now I don't see the updater at the task scheduler is that normal? Does it mean it will silently check for updates now?

 

Yes, it should check silently now smile.gif

    
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Can I just install the update without uninstalling WF 14.0.1?
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