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Just compile builds yourself, then you don't have to wait... except for it to compile. tongue.gif
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Thread Starter 

The bug has been found:

 

https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=817346

 

Turns out it's a problem with the core and not ICC, since VC9 gets this error too.

 

As for browser, like I tell everyone it's personal preference!

    
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let me start off by saying I typically do not join forums or discussions. I have a intense social phobia so typically keep away from conversations with strangers.

I come here each day, not for updates on the browser but to see how Mr Alex is coming along with issues and what other people are saying. I don't expect updates, they are time consuming when a person has a busy life and is trying to compile some software free for the community. Which is why coming here the past few days I have felt rather sad seeing people complaining. Plain and simple people, if you have not anything nice to say then don't say it. This person has gone out of their way to provide a free alternative to us and some of you are down right ugly to him.

Now, Mr Alex. Can I just please say thank you for all the work you do, I appreciate it and enjoy using waterfox. I personally respect your work and the time you put into it thumb.gif
post #4304 of 7311
Can you compile the current Nightly release?
post #4305 of 7311
Quote:
Originally Posted by kevindd992002 View Post

What is the advantage of Waterfox over Cyberfox? This is the first time I've heard Cyberfox and I thought I will give it a look.

Well, this is probably not the most appropriate place but I am currently using Cyberfox because of the Waterfox delay, and personally I don't see any difference at all (except for the installer)... I didn't run benchmarks though.
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Originally Posted by MrAlex View Post

The bug has been found:

I hope the fix has also been discovered :-> ... I really appreciate your work, but don't let c compiler bugs stand in the way of your studies or other real life - if push comes to shove and you're not finding the time there is always the option for a (temporal) pause instead of dealing with unrealistic users' expectations... still, from a users' perspective it is interesting to know if a project is and will be reliably maintained.
post #4306 of 7311
Wait an complain no more. Firefox x64 is there: Cyberfox 17.0.1. Released day after Mozilla Firefox, available on SourceForge (link will probably be removed). Working perfectly.
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Originally Posted by JRuxGaming View Post

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Who cares if you don't use Waterfox anymore or tell your friends.
-JRuxGaming

For software projects, yes it does count when "...you don't use Waterfox anymore or tell your friends."

Thanks to MrAlex for the time when used Watefox. thumb.gif
post #4307 of 7311
Quick off-topic question

I have only one monitor, and I was wondering if it was possible to watch a video in full screen in one browser, while using another browser to actually browse the web ?


Thanks in advance
post #4308 of 7311
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Originally Posted by alienwithin View Post

let me start off by saying I typically do not join forums or discussions. I have a intense social phobia so typically keep away from conversations with strangers.
I come here each day, not for updates on the browser but to see how Mr Alex is coming along with issues and what other people are saying. I don't expect updates, they are time consuming when a person has a busy life and is trying to compile some software free for the community. Which is why coming here the past few days I have felt rather sad seeing people complaining. Plain and simple people, if you have not anything nice to say then don't say it. This person has gone out of their way to provide a free alternative to us and some of you are down right ugly to him.
Now, Mr Alex. Can I just please say thank you for all the work you do, I appreciate it and enjoy using waterfox. I personally respect your work and the time you put into it thumb.gif

^This thumb.gif

And another thank you from me Mr. Alex. Can't wait for the next release biggrin.gif
post #4309 of 7311
your actions are the reason why i wont be trying the browser you are promoting.
post #4310 of 7311
Hi everybody,

I don't understand this war between Waterfox and Cyberfox.

Some people said there are trolls and promotion for Cyberfox. Are they very serious ?

Waterfox and Cyberfox are two interesting FREE projects, that's all.

I use and i like Waterfox but I can't wait for new WF 17 ( 17.0.0 or 17.0.1 ? ) because there are critical security bugs in 16.0.1

Mr Alex have no time and need to study ? Like Marsu24 i think he can make a pause with the waterfox project
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