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"The specified release was not found."

 

I removed it, the plugin-container was malfunctioning. Just rebuilding it now, should be ready in a few hours :)

    
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I removed it, the plugin-container was malfunctioning. Just rebuilding it now, should be ready in a few hours smile.gif

Ah, okay.

By the way, how is SourceForge "going downhill"?

EDIT: Oh, I just learned the hard way.
Edited by Daikun - 11/13/13 at 1:18pm
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So the rebuild hasn't fixed the issue, it seems that Adobe Flash is the only plugin that causes the crash! This is annoying as it sets back the build.

 

Found the bug: https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=899026

 

Turns out it is fixed in Firefox 26.


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So the rebuild hasn't fixed the issue, it seems that Adobe Flash is the only plugin that causes the crash! This is annoying as it sets back the build.

Found the bug: https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=899026

Turns out it is fixed in Firefox 26.
I have not problem with flash, strange.
And I'm in win8.1 preview.
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Turns out it is fixed in Firefox 26.

FF 26 is coming out already, yet we're struggling with 25?

Is there a way you can get Mozilla to integrate this project into their site? It feels strange that they have 64-bit versions of Firefox readily available for Mac and Linux, yet the Windows version is entirely separate.
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FF 26 is coming out already, yet we're struggling with 25?

Is there a way you can get Mozilla to integrate this project into their site? It feels strange that they have 64-bit versions of Firefox readily available for Mac and Linux, yet the Windows version is entirely separate.

Firefox 25 came out on October 29th. Firefox 26 is scheduled for release in the week of December 10th.
That's the release schedule of Mozilla. We're not struggling with anything.

As to why Mozilla doesn't have any 64-bit build... well, they don't even have a build that takes advantage of SIMD instruction sets! As much as I like Firefox, it seems the Mozilla guys are more interested in Linux and ARM tablets than Windows, even though Windows is probably 95% of their userbase.
Thankfully, there are guys like Alex...

Incidentally, have you noticed that LibreOffice doesn't have an official 64bit build either?
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I have not problem with flash, strange.
And I'm in win8.1 preview.

I've the flash 11.9.900.152 issue in (an updated )Win7 64bit Pro.with WF25.

Latest 64bit PaleMoon, Cyberfox and Nightly flash ia working
Also no probs with 32bit FF25, FF beta, Aurora and Nightly.
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Any chance Waterfox 25 could be re-released for those of us that are running Win 8.1 or that don't mind flash being broken?

Or could the problem be fixed in FF25.01? Being released as I post this..
Edited by Screemer - 11/15/13 at 4:50am
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Waterfox is by far the best x64 variant of Firefox, I've tried several e.g; Cyberfox, Pale Moon, Nightly. None even come close to Waterfox biggrin.gif I wonder why Mozilla doesn't make their own x64 version of Firefox for Windows? Strange that they'll develop one for Linux and not Windows considering that most Firefox users are on Windows. Anyways I'm curious, on the "About Waterfox" screen it says that Waterfox is designed by Mozilla. Is the Waterfox project part of Mozilla?
Edited by 11ryanc - 11/15/13 at 11:51am
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