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The latest flash update seems to cause squares in my videos. they are not artifacts in the video but actual tiny squares on the flash player's screen. things seemed to work fine before the latest update. Anyone else has the same problem?
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Originally Posted by tyrannor;14545805 
The latest flash update seems to cause squares in my videos. they are not artifacts in the video but actual tiny squares on the flash player's screen. things seemed to work fine before the latest update. Anyone else has the same problem?

Yes, only on hulu though. Youtube seems to be unaffected.
post #693 of 7225
Both Firefox and Waterfox adapt to the amount of system memory available. Waterfox is tuned to use more memory when it is available - which means on systems with above 4GB of RAM (aka 64-bit OS installed or else) you will get higher memory usage, but at the benefit also of higher performance.
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Originally Posted by xd_1771;14549412 
Both Firefox and Waterfox adapt to the amount of system memory available. Waterfox is tuned to use more memory when it is available - which means on systems with above 4GB of RAM (aka 64-bit OS installed or else) you will get higher memory usage, but at the benefit also of higher performance.

Thank you. I figured that out later. Just was a little suprised because it seems like it's so much.
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Is it just me, or does Waterfox lag something terrible on the Waterfox download page? It doesn't seem to happen with Firefox or other browsers. At least I have yet to find another website with this problem.
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Originally Posted by alur;14564927 
Is it just me, or does Waterfox lag something terrible on the Waterfox download page? It doesn't seem to happen with Firefox or other browsers. At least I have yet to find another website with this problem.

I've heard a few people complaining about that, but for some reason I haven't been able to recreate the problem tongue.gif I think I'm going to try and re-design the website to make it more elegant. At the moment it looks a bit too, unprofessional. A nice dark theme would suit very nicely.
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It looks like FF6 is already out.
http://news.softpedia.com/news/Download-Firefox-6-Final-216705.shtml

Yep, I'll have it out as soon as possible. I've been messing around with the compiler flags and I've figured out some nice speedy combinations wink.gif
    
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Originally Posted by MrAlex;14570645 
Yep, I'll have it out as soon as possible. I've been messing around with the compiler flags and I've figured out some nice speedy combinations wink.gif

Take your time. Also, I'm loving Waterfox. I've been using it since 5.0 released! Keep up the good work!
     
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Haha, I fixed the about dialog issues. All you need to do Alex is download and add these two files to omni.jar (chrome/browser/content/branding). The main issue is that aboutDialog.css was pointing to an non-existent image file so I fixed it to point to the right image by replacing the file with the one from Firefox so it perfectly matches Firefox. I also modified about-logo.png to be perfectly sized and in the same placement with the about-logo.png found in Firefox builds so both are needed. smile.gif

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EDIT: Updated the image to fix an issue that caused it to get cut off on top, please re-download!
Edited by Lord Venom - 8/13/11 at 1:44pm
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post #700 of 7225
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I've been messing around with the compiler flags and I've figured out some nice speedy combinations wink.gif
Sounds intriguing!
I wonder when would it be possible that you make processor-optimized variants of waterfox.

I'm going to go ahead and suggest that you look at the AMD Bulldozer (FX) processor and AM3+ platform. It will have the widest current instruction set support of all processors.
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