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Hey everyone! Just wanted to ask; will I get a message once Waterfox 15 is out? Or do I have to check the site every once and while? Thanks.
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It seems my WF14 has some weird memory leak, it doesn't show up in the task manager as memory usage or commit size, actually that is completely normal with ~7-800 MB, but after some time my system memory usage shoots up to ~7GB if I close WF it goes down to ~2,5GB and meanwhile non of the processes show this extreme memory usage.

I'll try reinstalling later today, I thought I'll just post it here because I find this pretty weird.
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I have this issue as well, I can load up Resource Monitor and just watch the Working Set and Shareable memory go up at about a 1MB a second, Windows will then close Waterfox due to not having any free memory. I can restart Waterfox and the whole process starts again.
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Hello !
I have a problem because i cannot downloaded DAM 4 using Waterfox. Can you help me?
It has a function to integrate with FF or maybe some command in FlashGot will work ?
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Yes, on a memory leak still need to work =)
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Edited by warr10r - 8/29/12 at 7:05am
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Originally Posted by Aximous View Post

It seems my WF14 has some weird memory leak, it doesn't show up in the task manager as memory usage or commit size, actually that is completely normal with ~7-800 MB, but after some time my system memory usage shoots up to ~7GB if I close WF it goes down to ~2,5GB and meanwhile non of the processes show this extreme memory usage.
I'll try reinstalling later today, I thought I'll just post it here because I find this pretty weird.
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Hello !
I have a problem because i cannot downloaded DAM 4 using Waterfox. Can you help me?
It has a function to integrate with FF or maybe some command in FlashGot will work ?

Guys, I think your trouble is Add-ons....

Both my AdBlock Plus and FlashGot had issues after I upgraded. A simple remove and reinstall fixed them both biggrin.gif

I think this memory leak is the same issue seeing as Waterfox works fine on my laptop (and its only consuming 300MB)
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Hey guys, new forum-goer. Been using Waterfox since I upgraded to 64-bit Windows 7 (along with all other hardware in a hand-me-down C2D laptop), and I was curious; what can I do to help speed along the build and distribution of Waterfox?

I feel kinda left behind when everywhere is putting up 'OMG NEW FIREFOX' but I can't upgrade with them because Waterfox is a week or so behind. Does anyone know if Mozilla is planning their own vanilla 64-bit variant of FF? Haven't seen anything official in a long long time.
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Guys, I think your trouble is Add-ons....
Both my AdBlock Plus and FlashGot had issues after I upgraded. A simple remove and reinstall fixed them both biggrin.gif
I think this memory leak is the same issue seeing as Waterfox works fine on my laptop (and its only consuming 300MB)

This appears to have fixed it for me, good find thumb.gif
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Hey guys, new forum-goer. Been using Waterfox since I upgraded to 64-bit Windows 7 (along with all other hardware in a hand-me-down C2D laptop), and I was curious; what can I do to help speed along the build and distribution of Waterfox?

I feel kinda left behind when everywhere is putting up 'OMG NEW FIREFOX' but I can't upgrade with them because Waterfox is a week or so behind. Does anyone know if Mozilla is planning their own vanilla 64-bit variant of FF? Haven't seen anything official in a long long time.

 

It's a bit more complicated:

 

  • Mozilla has automated build systems
  • They have a whole development team
  • Just because it compiles for them, doesn't mean it compiles for us (mainly because of Intel's C++ Compiler), in fact there was a bug I was worried wouldn't get fix in time (but thankfully it did) due to ICC)
  • I have to test it out, make sure everything works, there aren't any bugs etc. I'm only one person tongue.gif
    
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