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Out of curiosity, where are you from, Paran0id?

Also, try this:

http://www.ghacks.net/2014/01/20/restore-tabs-bottom-firefox/

Also:

https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/tab-mix-plus/
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From Russia.

I currently use Tab Mix Plus, too many unnecessary functions for me.

Found this code:
var TabBox = document.getAnonymousNodes(gBrowser)[1];
TabBox.setAttribute("dir","rtl");

But do not know where it prescribe. There are thoughts?
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Hi.

I've recently switched to using Waterfox in place of Palemoon. All was working just fine until yesterday. It seems Waterfox has a tonne of trouble loading certain websites such as YouTube and Hotmail; the problem being that Hotmail does not load at all and only shows a blank white space and YouTube looks like this: http://gyazo.com/323bbc1454afd9519c1cb5911aa151b8

Would anyone know why this happens? I am using a 64bit OS and have tried disabling my addons... But to no avail.

Thanks.
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I realize this thread section was posted a couple of years ago, but I am trying to access the profile manager using Waterfox 28.0 on a Windows 8.1 64-bit system. I had no problem suffixing the -P switch to the end of the Firefox 28.0 command, but when I suffix the -P switch to the end of the Waterfox command, all I get is a fresh, blank Waterfox page opening. No Profile Manager window pops up. Has there been a syntax change?
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I realize this thread section was posted a couple of years ago, but I am trying to access the profile manager using Waterfox 28.0 on a Windows 8.1 64-bit system. I had no problem suffixing the -P switch to the end of the Firefox 28.0 command, but when I suffix the -P switch to the end of the Waterfox command, all I get is a fresh, blank Waterfox page opening. No Profile Manager window pops up. Has there been a syntax change?

 

There shouldn't be, are you sure that Waterfox/Firefox isn't running when you try to append the -P command?

    
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Thanks for your reply MrAlex.
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are you sure that Waterfox/Firefox isn't running when you try to append the -P command?

Umm . . . (shewepish look) no. I did have Waterfox running, although minimized. I closed Waterfox and tried again. Shazam — Thunderbird popped up. I find that very strange, as the Thunderbird program is in a whole other folder, the Program Files (X86) folder, as it is a 32-bit program. The path to Thunderbird is entirely different than the path to Waterfox, which is in the Program Files 64-bit folder..

Thunderbird had been minimized, too, so I closed it. With both Thunderbird and Waterfox closed, the -P switch worked as it should.

I appreciate your help, although the Thunderbird connection leaves me wondering.

Tony
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I just noticed the new update. But I was wondering if I have to remove my old installation prior to installing the new one. Also, if I uninstall, do I loose all my history etc or not?

Additionally, I'm curious about the plugins. Whevever I use the "Check if you your plugins are up to date" feature inside the browser, and then update from there, I get the "install_flashplayer11x32_mssd_aih.exe" file, not the x64 that waterfoxproject.org links to. Why is that, and is there any real difference?
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I just noticed the new update. But I was wondering if I have to remove my old installation prior to installing the new one. Also, if I uninstall, do I loose all my history etc or not?

Additionally, I'm curious about the plugins. Whevever I use the "Check if you your plugins are up to date" feature inside the browser, and then update from there, I get the "install_flashplayer11x32_mssd_aih.exe" file, not the x64 that waterfoxproject.org links to. Why is that, and is there any real difference?

The x32 has both now. It's misleadingly named, but it will work. I use Pale Moon 64bit, and I can verify that 64bit Flash works.
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Waterfox has had high RAM usage lately 700K with only a few tabs open, and around 6 extensions....

I guess it's because the code is bloated as its gearing up before the Australis release hits (in a few days, if Australis is really to hit Waterfox). It happens particularly around flash-heavy sites, so maybe Adobe broke something again, I just thought I'd ought to report it in case I'm not the only one)
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I submitted 998753 Firefox Untriaged nobody@mozilla.org UNCO --- Feature Request: Firefox uses too much memory, flush page caches as needed to Mozilla some days ago. The feedback I received says it's been flagged as a "Feature Request" and something to address this issue will be released in v29. If this is a concern, I suggest visiting the Firefox bugzilla site and voting for this feature (look for the vote button, I always have trouble finding it). The "Vote" URL is https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/page.cgi?id=voting/user.html&bug_id=998753#vote_998753
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