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Sorry for my bad english. Can i have waterfox with italian language?
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Optional bundled toolbar, ouch.

 

It's explained in the news post. At any rate something had to be done otherwise Waterfox wouldn't be anymore.

 

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in regards to the memory issue, had a bit of an odd breakthrough.
the memory usage seems to increase the most, simply by scrolling up and down on the page.... this page, actually, was what i tested on. goes up drastically. going up and down this page 3 times alone raised it 200MB

also, i tested without add-ons. same issue, with a bare waterfox installation.

I'll look into this.

 

Just a quick question - is your system overclocked at all?

    
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It's explained in the news post. At any rate something had to be done otherwise Waterfox wouldn't be anymore.

I'll look into this.

Just a quick question - is your system overclocked at all?


hmmmn.... i dont believe so, but it might be automatically done by the hardware.
it SHOULD not be, however.
i attempted to turn off any form of hardware-based overclocking, hoping for a more stable system. whether i succeeded or not is the real question

might be best to ask the other users who had the issue though... hmmn....
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Sorry for my bad english. Can i have waterfox with italian language?


No. (https://addons.mozilla.org/en-us/firefox/language-tools/)

There is no Italian language pack¹ for Firefox. You would have to use regular Firefox Italian language build² (found here).


¹A language pack can be installed to any build of Firefox, which Waterfox is.
²A language build must be used with that specific application because it is compiled with it.

There is an Italian dictionary file but that is it. (In the link above.)
It will spell check items for you in Italian when you write stuff but the UI will still be in English.


edit: I'm not sure why all the language packs are not listed on mozzila.org. The Italian language pack is found on the releases.mozzila site. redface.gif
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Of course, it is available here:

http://releases.mozilla.org/pub/mozilla.org/firefox/releases/latest/win32/xpi/it.xpi

Type about:config in the address bar.
Search for general.useragent.locale
Right click>Modify
Change the value to it

Let me know if you have any issues.

Edited by kennyparker1337 - 8/30/12 at 9:58am
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Thanks MrAlex, No problems so far here smile.gif

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Here is the final installer:

http://sourceforge.net/projects/waterfoxproj/files/Waterfox%2015.0%20Setup.exe/download

Let me know of any issues before I blast the homepage with news tongue.gif

Just installed it.

Fingers crossed ... thumb.gif
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Sorry for my bad english. Can i have waterfox with italian language?


Of course, it is available here:

 

http://releases.mozilla.org/pub/mozilla.org/firefox/releases/latest/win32/xpi/it.xpi

 

Type about:config in the address bar.

Search for general.useragent.locale

Right click>Modify

Change the value to it

 

Let me know if you have any issues.

    
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Here's WF15, I'm releasing it here first to see if anyone gets any issues:
http://sourceforge.net/projects/waterfoxproj/files/Waterfox%2015.0%20Setup.exe/download

(Yes the file size is larger due to the compression method, sorry about that!)

I am slightly nervous about users reaction, but being a student myself I just can't keep on making Waterfox at its current rate of growth, so if I do lose any users I'm sorry to see you go, but I have been giving my best.

I understand the need for this, however, I have a request!

Can you release in the same fashion Piriform and a few other software providers do? IE when Piriform releases an update, its bundled with things like toolbars, then a week or so later they release a "slim" version without the bundled software?

Im not a fan of bundleware installers, but i understand the need to make some form of revenue, but when using it for myself or fixing PC's for others it gets really annoying having to slow down to uncheck bundleware. i do mean slow down as well... when I worked at a Cyber cafe I had to do installations on 80~ PC's and bios updates as well, I was able after the first week to do it with my eyes closed! (BIOS and Software updates).

I give out the link and address to others for Waterfox to the homepage, but Id still like to see a "slim" version, even if it means waiting a week! (Alternativly paid access to the slim version, definitly willing!)


Thanks for the x64!
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Originally Posted by MrAlex View Post

Here's WF15, I'm releasing it here first to see if anyone gets any issues:
http://sourceforge.net/projects/waterfoxproj/files/Waterfox%2015.0%20Setup.exe/download

(Yes the file size is larger due to the compression method, sorry about that!)

I am slightly nervous about users reaction, but being a student myself I just can't keep on making Waterfox at its current rate of growth, so if I do lose any users I'm sorry to see you go, but I have been giving my best.

I understand the need for this, however, I have a request!

Can you release in the same fashion Piriform and a few other software providers do? IE when Piriform releases an update, its bundled with things like toolbars, then a week or so later they release a "slim" version without the bundled software?

Im not a fan of bundleware installers, but i understand the need to make some form of revenue, but when using it for myself or fixing PC's for others it gets really annoying having to slow down to uncheck bundleware. i do mean slow down as well... when I worked at a Cyber cafe I had to do installations on 80~ PC's and bios updates as well, I was able after the first week to do it with my eyes closed! (BIOS and Software updates).

I give out the link and address to others for Waterfox to the homepage, but Id still like to see a "slim" version, even if it means waiting a week! (Alternativly paid access to the slim version, definitly willing!)


Thanks for the x64!


I see, that seems like a decent idea. Well, there is the portable version available (which is just Waterfox by itself). Also the toolbar doesn't work with Waterfox, so it's just the search provider that is set (which is powered by Google, and in fact looks like Google from a few years ago tongue.gif).

I'm contacting my installer support to see if the silent UI installs the toolbar (which it shouldn't, because it has to be selected by the user) which means you can create a batch file to install Waterfox without worry. I'll get back to you on this thumb.gif

    
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extensions are assigned by default to WF15, they screwed up the pin as hotmail.website?
Edited by fullmoon - 8/30/12 at 10:41am
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