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Mr Alex...I must thank you for all the hard work that we know of and those hours of hard work that we don't know of. Waterfox for me is far beyond any other browser out there in my opinion and this new release is...well...over the top really. Still need to do the about:config tweaks from an earlier thread, but I don't even know if that is needed considering how well this thing is performing. Install was easy...I opted for complete removal of 13 and a preview build of 14 using Geek Uninstaller rather than the standard Windows Uninstaller as it goes and removes any registry keys/entries, files, or folders after the traditional uninstall...making sure first to back up my profile info with FEBE...installed WF 14.0.2...installed FEBE...restored profile and all is good.

Beyond all the praise of good software you provide something else that is missed from a good majority of developers...support...REAL TIME SUPPORT. Hehe...good to see that you care so much for this program that you want to help as much as possible to fix issues...even those not directly associated with WF. Thanks alot my friend...much appreciated!
post #3092 of 7225
Thanks for Waterfox. When you mentioned linking errors, I can just say 'better you than me' smile.gif
post #3093 of 7225
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Originally Posted by MrAlex View Post

No, Waterfox runs fine on AMD systems. Do you have the latest display drivers installed?
MrAlex, I know the problem about blurry text, because Anti Aliasing: morphological

Text blur, Anti Aliasing: morphological enable:
screenshot: http://animeclan.org/files/screenshot/morphological_on.png

Text normal, Anti Aliasing: morphological disabled:
screenshot: http://animeclan.org/files/screenshot/morphological_off.png

it's get effect, since new browser are GPU Accelerated... rolleyes.gif
post #3094 of 7225
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Originally Posted by Anime4000 View Post

I have problem with waterfox, at my laptop just fine, when at desktop, the font become like this:
https://fbcdn-sphotos-a.akamaihd.net/hphotos-ak-ash3/621722_4283441767191_1683605238_o.jpg
maybe my desktop are AMD processor?
It's not a browser issue. It is a video/graphics issue. Try finding a graphics thread and posing your question to that group.
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Originally Posted by seti View Post

Mr Alex...I must thank you for all the hard work that we know of and those hours of hard work that we don't know of. [snip]
Beyond all the praise of good software you provide something else that is missed from a good majority of developers...support...REAL TIME SUPPORT. Hehe...good to see that you care so much for this program that you want to help as much as possible to fix issues...even those not directly associated with WF. Thanks alot my friend...much appreciated!

I see so many posts in this thread where it seems people don't realize that Mr.Alex is not a team. He's not a committee. He is one browser enthusiast with limited time and resources.
post #3096 of 7225
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Originally Posted by virtualguy View Post

It's not a browser issue. It is a video/graphics issue. Try finding a graphics thread and posing your question to that group.
I found the solution: http://www.overclock.net/t/975626/waterfox-14-0-1-27-july-firefox-64-bit/3090#post_17809022
post #3097 of 7225
Im almost scared to update to 14.01 im still running 13 Id be lost without all my profiles pws etc.. the uninstall things scares me.. firefox didnt have us do that..
post #3098 of 7225
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Originally Posted by charlir View Post

Im almost scared to update to 14.01 im still running 13 Id be lost without all my profiles pws etc.. the uninstall things scares me.. firefox didnt have us do that..

You can uninstall without deleting profiles (by default).
post #3099 of 7225
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Originally Posted by s0ulslack View Post

Thank you MrAlex for all your hard work. Only issue I still have is the Jumplist, it points to firefox.exe still and that was one feature I loved... plus the empty icons for those 3 tasks drivers me crazy!

Make another copy of waterfox.exe and rename it to firefox.exe. This fixed the blank icon and the jumplist for me.
post #3100 of 7225
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Originally Posted by MrAlex View Post

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


Hmm, does Windows 8 have that folder?


Yes, 'C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu' does exist and is where the Start Menu is.
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