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Downloaded final of 33.0.2 my question is why is UI different than firefox 33.0.2.


The ui i get when i go to options looks like what is used in Aurora or Nightly some im kinda confused...

Is this based off stable firefox or newer ones?

I'm using a full Firefox theme (Noia) and did not see any changes to the UI with the new Waterfox 33.0.2 build.

I'm also running the "Classic Theme Restorer" extension which also may block UI changes.

Chas
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Just to continue my post here, I upgrade to the recompiled 33.0.2 and now the browser.tabs.remote.autostart seems to have no effect. Setting it to false or true does not automatically make my tabs OOP's now for some reason. I think this is another bug that needs to be fixed, MrAlex. It was working fine before the upgrade just a few minutes ago.
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very large memory leaks the browser is using 3 times more in task manager then shown in about:memory
error message WARNING: the 'heap-allocated' memory reporter does not work for this platform and/or configuration. This means that 'heap-unclassified' is not shown and the 'explicit' tree shows less memory than it should.
already had 9 crashes with no crash data just crash to desktop.

browse randomly hangs on web pages having to close the browser to get it working when i resize the browser everything detaches and the window goes white, this does not happen in palemoon or cyberfox same happens in firefox
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WOW, last build show me a 50% drop of performance in javascript compare to version 32 (last build without performance issue on my PC, see post 6111).
Edited by Mr6686 - 11/6/14 at 12:02am
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Thank you MrAlex!!!

Installed the new build of Waterfox 33.0.2 today and have had no problems.

Every website and transition page that I had problems with last week all worked properly with the new build.

Thank you again for the work and effort you put into the project.

Chas

 

Great, glad to know it works!

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Just to continue my post here, I upgrade to the recompiled 33.0.2 and now the browser.tabs.remote.autostart seems to have no effect. Setting it to false or true does not automatically make my tabs OOP's now for some reason. I think this is another bug that needs to be fixed, MrAlex. It was working fine before the upgrade just a few minutes ago.

Don't worry, the same happens in Firefox as well. I think they've disabled it on purpose.

 

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very large memory leaks the browser is using 3 times more in task manager then shown in about:memory
error message WARNING: the 'heap-allocated' memory reporter does not work for this platform and/or configuration. This means that 'heap-unclassified' is not shown and the 'explicit' tree shows less memory than it should.
already had 9 crashes with no crash data just crash to desktop.

browse randomly hangs on web pages having to close the browser to get it working when i resize the browser everything detaches and the window goes white, this does not happen in palemoon or cyberfox same happens in firefox

 

Unfortunately there's nothing I can do for about:memory. But it sounds like this could be a profile issue. If you add -no-remote -p to a Waterfox shortcut and create a test profile could you see if the same still happens?

 

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WOW, last build show me a 50% drop of performance in javascript compare to version 32 (last build without performance issue on my PC, see post 6111).

Yes I see, I'm looking into this. Hopefully will have it resolved by this afternoon.

    
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Great, glad to know it works!
Don't worry, the same happens in Firefox as well. I think they've disabled it on purpose.


Unfortunately there's nothing I can do for about:memory. But it sounds like this could be a profile issue. If you add -no-remote -p to a Waterfox shortcut and create a test profile could you see if the same still happens?

Yes I see, I'm looking into this. Hopefully will have it resolved by this afternoon.

yes this was new profile the about memory is waterfox only firefox, palemon and cyberfox not have the error. waterfox is showing 3 times more ram usage in task manager or killswitch then what is allocated in about:memory waterfox has memory leaks. it has crash 12 more times with no report same on my other computer waterfox has the random hangs just like firefox where the window detached and goes white but palemoon and cyberfox do not. i tried the other waterfox with webgl crash at its does not have the memory leak and is faster with javascript.

sorry alex something very broken in this release
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Don't worry, the same happens in Firefox as well. I think they've disabled it on purpose.

Do you know the reason why though?
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last Waterfox is good, no issue with me too.
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Makes sense. And if I get those glitchy flash-based video issues, that could also help, right?

EDIT:

I tried enabling this settings by modifying these:

browsers.tabs.remote=true
browsers.tabs.remote.autostart=true
layer.offmainthreadcomposition.enabled=true

After restarting the browser, my tabs have lines on them now which is what I expected but when I check task manager I see only one instance of waterfox under processes. I'm not sure if I get it correctly, but out-of-process (remote) tabs should be taking up individual process for each which means several process instances, right?
The last Nightlys have the same thing. And I'm not sure than e10s works on FF33.
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Hi, Since i update to Waterfox 32 i have noticed youtube videos loading EXTREMELY SLOWLY for no reason. it works fine on Waterfox 31. I have tried the HTML5 player but its the same thing. I got 2 computers, i had to REVERT back to Waterfox 31 because this this issue IS SO BAD. I guess they must have done something very bad to cause this to happen. I can watch livestreams via twitch no problem. i can watch videos in chrome no problem, when i go back to Waterfox 31 i can watch videos with out any problems. Using windows 8.1 64-bit.w/64-bit processor. Surely someone is having this problem or am i just stupid?
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OK Very final build is up now: 213.39.50.27. If you've downloaded a previous version of 33.0.2 you'll need to refresh your cache. to get this to work.

 

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Don't worry, the same happens in Firefox as well. I think they've disabled it on purpose.

Do you know the reason why though?

 

Not sure at all. Can't find anything in their blog posts.

 

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Hi, Since i update to Waterfox 32 i have noticed youtube videos loading EXTREMELY SLOWLY for no reason. it works fine on Waterfox 31. I have tried the HTML5 player but its the same thing. I got 2 computers, i had to REVERT back to Waterfox 31 because this this issue IS SO BAD. I guess they must have done something very bad to cause this to happen. I can watch livestreams via twitch no problem. i can watch videos in chrome no problem, when i go back to Waterfox 31 i can watch videos with out any problems. Using windows 8.1 64-bit.w/64-bit processor. Surely someone is having this problem or am i just stupid?

 

Something is definitely wrong! Could you try the latest version? Everything should be up to scratch.

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WOW, last build show me a 50% drop of performance in javascript compare to version 32 (last build without performance issue on my PC, see post 6111).

Latest build should've fixed the latest performance issues. Let me know :)

 

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Great, glad to know it works!
Don't worry, the same happens in Firefox as well. I think they've disabled it on purpose.


Unfortunately there's nothing I can do for about:memory. But it sounds like this could be a profile issue. If you add -no-remote -p to a Waterfox shortcut and create a test profile could you see if the same still happens?

Yes I see, I'm looking into this. Hopefully will have it resolved by this afternoon.

yes this was new profile the about memory is waterfox only firefox, palemon and cyberfox not have the error. waterfox is showing 3 times more ram usage in task manager or killswitch then what is allocated in about:memory waterfox has memory leaks. it has crash 12 more times with no report same on my other computer waterfox has the random hangs just like firefox where the window detached and goes white but palemoon and cyberfox do not. i tried the other waterfox with webgl crash at its does not have the memory leak and is faster with javascript.

sorry alex something very broken in this release

 

Yes something definitely doesn't seem right. I'm trying to reproduce the issues but struggling to do so. Does seem like an issue due to lack of jemalloc in Waterfox. What are your system specs by chance?


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