ohartman at uni-mainz.de
Sat Dec 18 15:55:06 PST 2004
Marco Beishuizen schrieb:
>On Sat, 2004-12-18 at 21:53, Louis LeBlanc wrote:
>>Something's not right with firefox.
>>Now that I've got the printing problems more or less solved, it
>>crashes almost every time I hit a page with flash.
>>I've got the latest (from ports updated yesterday) native, and
>>flashplugin-firefox port. Certain websites crash or lock it up at
>>seemingly random points.
>>By crash, I mean I get a firefox-bin.core file in my home directory.
>>By lock up, I mean it simply stops responding - indefinitely. Once I
>>just quit for the night and next morning all I had was the window
>>Case in point: http://www.big-boys.com/ This one ALWAYS takes it out.
>>Sometimes when loading the main page, sometimes when clicking out to
>>another bookmark (different domain altogether) and pretty much anytime
>>an onsite link is clicked.
>>I have rebuilt and reinstalled the flash plugin since portupgrading
>>firefox. I also deinstalled and reinstalled both additions - Noia
>>theme and TabBrowser extension - latest of both.
>>I don't really want to switch back to mozilla, but I may have to.
>Yes, I have the sam experiences. But in my case all mozilla based
>browsers (Mozilla, Firefox, Galeon) crash at sites like that. Browsing
>over the internet with those browsers is almost impossible for me, they
>of sites. Now I use Opera again, which is very stable.
I made the same experience. I deleted flashplugin for Mozilla and
Firefox. The only solution.
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