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Originally Posted by beerninja View Post

Thanks for the suggestion! I opened Event Viewer and I kept it open on one window on my 2nd monitor, then I tried to open waterfox on my main monitor. I'm guessing that it is supposed to automatically log when WF tries to open and fails? I clicked Actions --> Refresh but no new events were showing up at all?
I also tried the -p to make a new profile but instead of the big window disappearing immediately, I see a smaller window flash on the screen then disappear. Nothing in the event log either confused.gif
Sorry don't know how to help further.

I don't get it where the problems come from people having.
I use Waterfox since it came out. The profile is still the first one with 34 Add-Ons.
And since that I also moved it around between different PCs and OS.
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Originally Posted by MrGlasspoole View Post

Here WX is faster than FX: 319560 vs 288939 Points

For me i think benchmarks are really unreliable. Because there are so many different setups out there. Most benchmarks depend on hardware specs too so its kinda hard to tell which is better of all the unofficial builds of firefox 64 bit be it Pale Moon, Waterfox or the official nightly build.

For me WF "feels" fast and i think that's enough benchmark for me. thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by dnyanesh View Post

I am experiencing stuttering effect while playing YouTube videos. I've disabled the WebM player but the video still stutters. Also, Waterfox freezes for a split second at irregular intervals.
Any heads-up guys?

Having this problem too for the LONGEST TIME. I think people here may tag me of this stuttering problem, lol.

Anyway, can you post a video of your problem so that I can confirm if we have the same? Did you monitor the FPS (right click the video and click "show video info") of the video while playing it? If you see it goes from 24 to around 18 at random times, then that is definitely stuttering.

I still don't know why most people here don't have that problem and we experience it.
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Originally Posted by Blameless View Post

I highly doubt it.
You could always try without it, to be sure.

Thanks man.
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Originally Posted by MrAlex View Post

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.

The problem is not solved with this if you have both, Firefox and Waterfox, installed.

There seems to be a problem with the way the add-on is enabled.

If you enable AdBlock Plus in Firefox, it is disabled in Waterfox and vice versa.
Any other add-on is working in both browsers as expected.

This wasn't a problem in Firefox 13 and Waterfox 13.

I have Firefox 14.0.1 and Waterfox 14.0.2 installed.
I run one or the other, but not both at the same time.
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Originally Posted by kevindd992002 View Post

Having this problem too for the LONGEST TIME. I think people here may tag me of this stuttering problem, lol.
How about vimeo?

And i still don't know what you cpu says when playing youtube videos.
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Most of my history and some of my bookmarks were lost after I updated from Waterfox 14.0.1 to Waterfox 14.0.2 sadsmiley.gif
Edited by bsmith781 - 7/28/12 at 10:50pm
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Originally Posted by MrGlasspoole View Post

How about vimeo?
And i still don't know what you cpu says when playing youtube videos.

CPU has very low usage (around 2~5%) when playing the video. Here are some significant findings that I had earlier:

http://www.overclock.net/t/975626/waterfox-14-0-1-27-july-firefox-64-bit/3030#post_17806010

http://www.overclock.net/t/975626/waterfox-14-0-1-27-july-firefox-64-bit/3040#post_17806138
post #3148 of 7225
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Originally Posted by kevindd992002 View Post

CPU has very low usage (around 2~5%) when playing the video. Here are some significant findings that I had earlier:
http://www.overclock.net/t/975626/waterfox-14-0-1-27-july-firefox-64-bit/3030#post_17806010
http://www.overclock.net/t/975626/waterfox-14-0-1-27-july-firefox-64-bit/3040#post_17806138
Again: do you have the same problems on vimeo????

Low CPU usage but dropped frames? Maybe the GPU?
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MrAlex :

the banner animation on the homepage of waterfox is jerky on Waterfox14.0.2 (but smooth in firefox 17) .
So a redesign of some of the elements might be needed.
In effect, the webpage that is promoting the browser does not work that well in the browser itself ! tongue.gif
post #3150 of 7225
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Originally Posted by MrGlasspoole View Post

Again: do you have the same problems on vimeo????
Low CPU usage but dropped frames? Maybe the GPU?

What is vimeo?

If you read the links I gave, I stated there that my problem (low cpu usage but dropped frames) is only present in the "main tab group" of WF14. Any other browser (IE-32bit, IE-64bit, FF14, Opera x64), the problem is not present. So I don't think it is the GPU there. Besides my GPU is a GTX 560M and is more than enough to handle these videos. Also, I use the latest 304.79 for my NVIDIA driver.
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