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Waterfox & Firefox can be installed (just not run) simultaneously.
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Finally, Waterfox 5.0.1 is available!

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I'm having problems right clicking on pictures in Waterfox, to do so takes 2 tries before the menus comes up. Otherwise no problems.
Strange, don't have that problem, haven't heard of anyone else having that problem

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Originally Posted by Ryrynz View Post
It would be almost pointless in to compile every beta as there are so few changes over such a short period of time. Just release whenever you have the time and desire to do so. A few betas would be sufficient I think before the final release.
Think that's what I'll do
    
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Odd...after upgrading to 5.0.1, some AJAX/javascript isn't working. Having some troubles with Google+ and Facebook right now.

Seems to fix itself if I revert back to 5.0.0. Well I'm fine with 5.0.0, waiting for Waterfox 6 beta
Edited by Vowels - 7/21/11 at 5:18pm
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I always wanted to ask you a question. Why does your Waterfox sourgeforge page lag on Firefox and Waterfox and Palemoon browsers and not on I.E 9 or Chrome?
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We are not July 22nd yet
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The logo is missing from the about dialog. And it's still black (shouldn't it be white like Firefox is?)
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You mentioned it taking several hours to compile on your computer. What kind of rig are you running, which CPU? Just curious. It sounds like you are running a pretty outdated one if it is taking that long, though I have very little experience with compiling to compare it to. That said, I would donate my CPU time to compile for you if it would help. I wish I knew more about it, I'd like to do it for myself just for educational purposes.
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So what happens with your project when Firefox officially launches 64 bit?
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One other thing, I just updated to the 5.0.1 build and now my little preview that is supposed to pop up on the main page when you hover over a thread name is gone. The one that shows you the first few lines of the original post on the current threads and the news posts. It works fine once you go inside a sub-forum and hover, but on the main page it will not show the previews anymore. Not sure if it is a bug with this version or something else related to my rig in particular. Just know it works fine if I go back to 5.0.

Edit: Cannot edit a post now either. The save/Go Advanced/Cancel buttons will not work. Had to go to IE9 to post this.

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Originally Posted by Homeles View Post
So what happens with your project when Firefox officially launches 64 bit?
With the track record of their x64 builds, this one will probably still be a better build. They have x64 builds out on their FTP server, but they are horribly bug ridden and have been since they came out. If/when they do come out with a great version, this can either die off or still give people a choice and keep it updated.
Edited by Strat79 - 7/21/11 at 11:34pm
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You mentioned it taking several hours to compile on your computer. What kind of rig are you running, which CPU? Just curious. It sounds like you are running a pretty outdated one if it is taking that long, though I have very little experience with compiling to compare it to. That said, I would donate my CPU time to compile for you if it would help. I wish I knew more about it, I'd like to do it for myself just for educational purposes.
Firefox 64-bit source code has some bugs that increase compile times from what I have read.
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