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Re: Firefox Extensions Conflict

__/ On Saturday 27 August 2005 08:07, [Blinky the Shark] wrote : \__

> Els wrote:
>> Blinky the Shark wrote:
>>> Roy Schestowitz wrote:
>>>> I still think that vertical tabs may (if not should) become an option,
>>>> even
>>> I really miss them.  I got used to a tab stack on the right side of my
>>> Opera window, and I don't want to use the only extension I've found for
>>> Firefox that will do that.  :(
>> Why don't you wanna use that extension?
> 1. From personal experience, it seems to slow down Firefox.

Join the club. *smile* It takes 5+ seconds to launch Firefox even if the
modest system resources are fully available. I did some rough benchmarking.

> 2. From reading about it, including a warning on the author's site,
> it's buggy to the point of causing problems with other extensions on
> some systems.

Again, join the club. My many extensions interfere with one another. I don't
know which one of the boys is fighting with who (with more boys now, it's
even harder to debug), but all I know is that memory begins to spill and
CPU usage soars 2-5 times a day, especially if I use mouse gentures
excessively. That Optimoz mouse genture thingie must be the naughty little
boy, but I can't reproduce the error when I wish to...

Luckily, I can save my work before I call 'kill' so no data is ever lost. I
have to re-open all the tabs though.

> 3. Both 1 and 2, above.
> 4. None of the above.
> Correct answer: 3

There is more. You become dependent on your extesions. I know I do. It took
me 3 hours just to set up Thunderbird the way I liked it. Since my Firefox
upgrade, I have never been truly satisfied. I spent 1-2 hours just fidling
with the DPI for fonts. It is still set wrongly... but I gave up.


Roy S. Schestowitz        $> apt-get -not windows

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