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I just checked in Pale Moon and it opens search results in a new tab.

browser.search.official is "true" and browser.search.openintab is "false".

EDIT: I got on my laptop this morning, which has the latest Firefox, and using the search function on a right-click of highlighted text also opens the results in a new tab. browser.search.official is "true" and browser.search.openintab is "false" as well.
Edited by Quantum Reality - 9/8/14 at 8:46am
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Any idea on when BF4 Battlelog will support 64bit browsers?
Would love to not need to run IE smile.gif
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DICE already released a new plugin over a week ago to support 64-bit browsers because of Chrome 64-bit's stable release on Windows. Just allow the plugin to run.
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DICE already released a new plugin over a week ago to support 64-bit browsers because of Chrome 64-bit's stable release on Windows. Just allow the plugin to run.

Nice, I have been waiting a while fo this
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Originally Posted by Quantum Reality View Post

I just checked in Pale Moon and it opens search results in a new tab.

browser.search.official is "true" and browser.search.openintab is "false".

EDIT: I got on my laptop this morning, which has the latest Firefox, and using the search function on a right-click of highlighted text also opens the results in a new tab. browser.search.official is "true" and browser.search.openintab is "false" as well.

Thanks for checking.

But, the question Was, to test Waterfox v32. I would assume it works in any other browser. I know it works

As I said its not just google search. it was any link that opens in a new tab. Even the Add-on tab. just easier to test on Google because of the setting option.

I don't understand testing it in Pale Moon or Firefox.

Waterfox v32 was the question. Had no problem with even Water Fox v31. Just wanted someone to look and tell me if it happened with them or it was just me.
It would of helped me narrow it down.



Edit Solved :
had some time to test it on 3 other computers. 2 had no problem. 1 had the problem. I then tried to run the 2 problem computers ( 1 problem computer and mine ) in SAFE mode. And it work again. ok, so it was a add-on. I then look at the 2 computers to see if any add-ons were the same. Found 4 . So, I disabled them all and enabled one at a time. I found it. It is called Tile Tabs. it did not update on start of Waterfox. After updating the add-on it works now on both computers.


So, thanks for trying to test and help with this problem.
post #6076 of 7360
I've been using the new version of water fox for two days now and haven't experienced any problems so far great job on fixing those bugs. I've noticed it seems to be quite a bit faster than Firefox as well.
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I've been using the new version of water fox for two days now and haven't experienced any problems so far great job on fixing those bugs. I've noticed it seems to be quite a bit faster than Firefox as well.

same here Zero issue and also it open pages faster than chrome 37 x64 version.... that awesome...thumb.gif
post #6078 of 7360
Wow... Just logged into OCN and saw there was the v32 update today. By what I have seen since v31, Waterfox uses about half the RAM it used to. Amazing fixes Alex. thumb.gif Keep up the excellent work my friend.
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Giving it a go on a P4 506 system (OCed to 3.3 GHz) I had lying around w/ 2 gigs DDR RAM.

Not bad, actually! Seems to have a pretty light footprint, but I don't have any add-ons installed as it's a test installation only.

Also! It definitely seems to be really good about releasing memory when a window or tab is closed. Nice work, MrAlex! I just might switch over on my mainbox as Pale Moon seems to be more "sluggish" about releasing memory when windows or tabs are closed. smile.gifthumb.gif
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I have this on going issue with Waterfox portable not remembering anything after a Windows reinstall or even after being copied over to a memory stick / other PC.

It's getting really annoying now, the whole point of portable is that you can take everything with you but for some reason Waterfox portable cannot do this which is just bizarre.

Chrome portable, Firefox portable and Cyberfox portable all remember tabs, sessions, plugins etc but Waterfox Portable does not.

I've tried to contact the developers of Waterfox on this subject a few times but have yet to receive a response.

The support for Waterfox is really lacking in my opinion, i get a replies from the Cyberfox team within 8 hours.

Been waiting months for Waterfox team reply...
Edited by DarkflameZM - 9/17/14 at 4:48am
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