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I kept getting issues with Firefox 6.0.2 locking up at random times, so I thought "I know, I'll switch to Waterfox!"

But I'm still getting the exact same issue with Waterfox 6.0.2. Do you think it's worth trying Waterfox 7 RC4?
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I am still getting the following error when I try to send an email within the Angel learning site at school:

A script on this page may be busy, or it may have stopped responding. You can stop the script now, or you can continue to see if the script will complete.

Script: https://angel.msu.edu/jscript/yahoo/...utilities.js:9

I am only getting this error in Waterfox, IE9 64bit works fine. I am using WF7 RC4.

Any ideas?

Thanks,
Rick
Unfortunately it has to do with the way Firefox renders things. It may take a while for Yahoo to comply with it (assuming people report the problem). Or they may not know. I'm not sure. I only get scripts not responding when my system gets bogged down, but that's about it and this seems to be a different case. Have you tried normal Firefox? Although it shouldn't make a difference since they're still the exact same program.

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http://browserfame.com/41/firefox-hide-http-address-bar

What's the setting to reenable long URL's in the navbar? I noticed they were removed in the latest version but it totally slipped my mind to ask here.

Sorry, I hate not being able to copy&paste from there. I assume it's a setting in about:config but I can't see anything relevant.

Can you add that back from the old version, maybe as an option somewhere? I seriously hate these short URL's.
I tried looking but never found a solution. I don't think you can re-enable it.

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I kept getting issues with Firefox 6.0.2 locking up at random times, so I thought "I know, I'll switch to Waterfox!"

But I'm still getting the exact same issue with Waterfox 6.0.2. Do you think it's worth trying Waterfox 7 RC4?
You could try Waterfox 7, see if it makes a difference. If it doesn't it could be something wrong with your user profile or an add-on.
    
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Unfortunately it has to do with the way Firefox renders things. It may take a while for Yahoo to comply with it (assuming people report the problem). Or they may not know. I'm not sure. I only get scripts not responding when my system gets bogged down, but that's about it and this seems to be a different case. Have you tried normal Firefox? Although it shouldn't make a difference since they're still the exact same program.



I tried looking but never found a solution. I don't think you can re-enable it.



You could try Waterfox 7, see if it makes a difference. If it doesn't it could be something wrong with your user profile or an add-on.
I tried using Waterfox 7 and it seemed fine, then I decided to see if I could use Nightly at the same time and it seems I can't.

Do Firefox, Nightly and Waterfox all use the same profiles folder? Because they're all installed to different locations, yet they all seem to run Firefox.exe and I can't run two of them at once.
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I tried using Waterfox 7 and it seemed fine, then I decided to see if I could use Nightly at the same time and it seems I can't.

Do Firefox, Nightly and Waterfox all use the same profiles folder? Because they're all installed to different locations, yet they all seem to run Firefox.exe and I can't run two of them at once.
They all share the same AppData folder.
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They all share the same AppData folder.
Thought they must do. Also, I got the same lock-up using Nightly, so I decided to backup and delete my Mozilla folder in AppData and I'll now try re-installing Waterfox.
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Thought they must do. Also, I got the same lock-up using Nightly, so I decided to backup and delete my Mozilla folder in AppData and I'll now try re-installing Waterfox.
You should download RC3 and let us know if it updates to RC4, since you have deleted your profiles.
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You should download RC3 and let us know if it updates to RC4, since you have deleted your profiles.
Too late, I'm on 6.0.2 and it seems to be stable so far. So I'm not going to change right now, sorry.
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I tried using Waterfox 7 and it seemed fine, then I decided to see if I could use Nightly at the same time and it seems I can't.

Do Firefox, Nightly and Waterfox all use the same profiles folder? Because they're all installed to different locations, yet they all seem to run Firefox.exe and I can't run two of them at once.
Yes, Waterfox and Firefox shame the share profile.

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Too late, I'm on 6.0.2 and it seems to be stable so far. So I'm not going to change right now, sorry.
Don't worry about it, I'll find a way to sort it out
    
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EDIT: FAQ didn't appear at first, then I reloaded it and it was fine.
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Good to see the logo in the About Waterfox section is now working .
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