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Alex,

All I can think of is to accumulate as many details as we can give you of the crash reports.

Here is from attempting to go to Webgl.org from a Google search.

Problem signature:
Problem Event Name: APPCRASH
Application Name: waterfox.exe
Application Version: 33.0.2.5416
Application Timestamp: 54519150
Fault Module Name: mozglue.dll
Fault Module Version: 33.0.2.5416
Fault Module Timestamp: 54518e74
Exception Code: c0000005
Exception Offset: 000000000000d2a1
OS Version: 6.1.7601.2.1.0.256.48
Locale ID: 1033
Additional Information 1: 3c26
Additional Information 2: 3c26f2be14c1853e424c184d47177c16
Additional Information 3: ba67
Additional Information 4: ba674299905d94d3d37d454845efaf28

Windows 7, x64, all updates, Waterfox, Firefox, Sea Monkey installed.

Chas
post #6212 of 7359
Wouldn't running individual processes per tab consume more memory though?
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Never mind
Edited by amiew - 11/4/14 at 5:57am
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Thread Starter 

Finally!! All fixed. A lot of stability issues will be sorted out in the latest (and hopefully final!) build: download.

The reasons for WebGL crashes and the likes was that I never compiled with jemalloc because it's very unstable with ICC. Turns out it got turned on by default and so I couldn't figure out for the life of me why it wasn't working! Thanks everyone for submitting your crash info, helped a lot!

 

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Originally Posted by thechas View Post

Alex,

All I can think of is to accumulate as many details as we can give you of the crash reports.

Here is from attempting to go to Webgl.org from a Google search.

Problem signature:
Problem Event Name: APPCRASH
Application Name: waterfox.exe
Application Version: 33.0.2.5416
Application Timestamp: 54519150
Fault Module Name: mozglue.dll
Fault Module Version: 33.0.2.5416
Fault Module Timestamp: 54518e74
Exception Code: c0000005
Exception Offset: 000000000000d2a1
OS Version: 6.1.7601.2.1.0.256.48
Locale ID: 1033
Additional Information 1: 3c26
Additional Information 2: 3c26f2be14c1853e424c184d47177c16
Additional Information 3: ba67
Additional Information 4: ba674299905d94d3d37d454845efaf28

Windows 7, x64, all updates, Waterfox, Firefox, Sea Monkey installed.

Chas

 

Thanks a lot for your help!

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Wouldn't running individual processes per tab consume more memory though?

 

Yes, but on the bright side you should get a more stable browsing experience. So if a tab crashes the whole browser doesn't come down with it. And also if you use huge amounts of tabs, it should be more stable :)

    
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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?
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build: download.
old link
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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?

Everything is Firefox 33.0.2 base code. The new content UI is already available, I just enabled it by default. Not a good idea?
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build: download.
old link

Might have to refresh your cache.
    
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Everything is Firefox 33.0.2 base code. The new content UI is already available, I just enabled it by default. Not a good idea?
Might have to refresh your cache.
No problem for me its fine i was just wondering. Might as well keep it enabled and get used to it since it will prob be default soon.
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Yes, but on the bright side you should get a more stable browsing experience. So if a tab crashes the whole browser doesn't come down with it. And also if you use huge amounts of tabs, it should be more stable smile.gif

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?
Edited by kevindd992002 - 11/5/14 at 8:01pm
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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
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