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post #5791 of 7371
I agree. It is insane logic not to have a 64bit release for Windows from Firefox.
As for loosing users I think the Australis v29 is the final nail in the coffin mad.gif

Brilliant work Mr. Alex. How can one man do what the Mozilla foundation can't. thumb.gif

Now if the next version kept the old look... rolleyes.gif
post #5792 of 7371
if people wanted a google chrome interface they would use google chrome. Not a fan. I will have to use a skin to revert back when 29 hits frown.gif *le sigh*
post #5793 of 7371
Quote:
Originally Posted by remixedcat View Post

if people wanted a google chrome interface they would use google chrome. Not a fan. I will have to use a skin to revert back when 29 hits frown.gif *le sigh*
The worst part is, it's a horrible Chrome rip-off at best. Chrome looks better than Firefox does! tongue.gif
post #5794 of 7371
Its still faster than chrome... For me i tried 29.0.1 vs new stable chrome now with firefox 29 it loads pages much faster so its not really worth downgrading to 28 when its slower.

For me its even faster than water fox 28.0
post #5795 of 7371
Using FF 32bit on my test Win 8.1 install. The native Australis looks pretty clean, but the tab bar behavior is probably the most disconcerting, since the UI kind of "fades" the tabs in and out. Relatively minor, though, IMO, especially as the classic interface add-on should fix things. I'll give it a go right now actually and see how close it gets to being like Pale Moon. tongue.gif

EDIT: The classic theme restorer works beautifully! It's practically Pale Moon-ish. tongue.gif
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post #5796 of 7371
Would anyone like to take a turn at assisting with waterfox crashing ?
I haven't been able to get the latest release working for me.
It crashes on flash objects consistently.
The only version i have been able to use is 18.01. redface.gif
post #5797 of 7371
Have you tried using a clean reinstall of Waterfox? (by that I mean have you uninstalled Waterfox, deleted your profile and re-installed)?

Also do you have the latest version of Flash (version 13)?
Also, there may be addons causing Flash to crash. Try Firefox Safe Mode to troubleshoot it
post #5798 of 7371
Tried a clean, flash 13 yes. crashes in safe mode.
post #5799 of 7371
Uninstalled.

Reinstalled 18.01. Everything working fine again.
Very stupid, don't have patience for that crashing on every page, even ocn just sitting idle.
post #5800 of 7371
Have you got any crash reports? I don't know why it is crashing, WF has worked fine for me (WF 28.0.2 on Windows 7) for all versions and using flash-heavy sites like youtube and other video hosting sites

As sad as it sounds, there's no point in using a browser version that's 10 versions behind, so sadly you may have to try another x64 variant of Firefox (such as Pale Moon or Cyberfox) if we can't get this resolved. It may help to try those out anyway, if you don't have issues with them, then the issue is in WF. if not, it's something on your machine frown.gif
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