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Originally Posted by kevindd992002 View Post

Is there anyone using WF/FF here with IDM (Internet Download Manager)? Are you experiencing any lags?

Yes. I recently switched to Cyberfox since WF 18 was lagging badly and the videos stuttered. Everything is fine on Cyberfox. Is it IDM or WF?
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Additional info about 18.0.1 crashing on my system... About once every 6 crashes it would also crash my video driver. (I'm running the latest drivers from Nvidia) It was also using over 80% of my processor to start up, close out, or crash.

Also, because I was getting so fed up with not being able to do anything online, I switched back to 16.0.1, and all the crashes have stopped.

[EDIT] I'm on the Lenovo laptop that is in my sig.
Edited by btgbullseye - 1/29/13 at 4:52pm
     
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Yes. I recently switched to Cyberfox since WF 18 was lagging badly and the videos stuttered. Everything is fine on Cyberfox. Is it IDM or WF?

Hmm, interesting. I'm experiencing the same exact symptoms too. You never had problems with Cyberfox after switching?

Is IDM compatible with Cyberfox?
post #4694 of 7308
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Basically now WF keeps asking me every time on launch if I want to make it the default.

I have this issue since upgrading from v16 and can't get rid of it - I've tried running as administrator and using the options menu, but the button remains active. I'm running on Windows 7.

Is there any other way to get rid of this prompt and make WF the default?

**Update** never mind, fixed it by running:
Code:
"%ProgramFiles%\Waterfox\waterfox.exe" -silent -nosplash -setDefaultBrowser

Hopefully it won't come back smile.gif
Edited by Taomyn - 1/29/13 at 11:50pm
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Sure, buried in all the other help options. That's like, totally prominent. tongue.gif
There is also the distribution link with more offline downloads (including MSI): http://www.adobe.com/products/flashplayer/distribution3.html
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Hello guys! Nice job with the new waterfox build Mr. Alex. I have been using this for a year now. Only issues I have on WF18 is random spikes to %16 on cpu and an occasional crash here or two.. flash works great. 35+ Tabs open

 

Just one question to the users. Today and hopefully today. When WF crashes, does your computer reboot? I checked the event viewer and here what states it.. no overclocks on system either:P

 

This pic leads to the crash but I don't know if its relevant:

 

This one is app error

 

Here are my plugins

 

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Hmm...version 16.0 and older work correctly on WinXPx64. Whats wrong with 18.0?
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Hmm...version 16.0 and older work correctly on WinXPx64. Whats wrong with 18.0?

It seems that he changed the installer. The kludge is probably to manually install WF on a Win7 system and then keep track of what files get stored where, then copy them manually to your XP system.
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I am having an installation issue with Waterfox 18.01. When I attempt to install it, it stalls with the error

"Extracting files from archive"

I have left it at that point for over two hours but it will not complete installation. It hangs and I have to manually close it by ending the process with Task Manager. I also redownloaded the installation file several times from different sources, thinking the file may be corrupt, and that did not work. Any hope would be greatly appreciated!

Wayne H. Harke


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Hmm, interesting. I'm experiencing the same exact symptoms too. You never had problems with Cyberfox after switching?

Is IDM compatible with Cyberfox?

Nope. None at all. And yes, IDM is compatible with CyberFox.
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