Firefox Release 32.0.3 en-US/fr/it/es/ro

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Firefox Release 32.0.3 en-US/fr/it/es/ro

Post#1 by Ole » 29 Sep 2014, 15:30

md5=5489aa88535780013d5f183b4fa08393 008-Firefox-32.0.3-en-US-i686-1sw.xzm

md5=a95e36ac4464e93b5ab6baba7dd2cdc4 008-Firefox-32.0.3-fr-i686-1sw.xzm

md5=539d49d155c42e9da41a842d3258c8e2 008-Firefox-32.0.3-it-i686-1sw.xzm

md5=f67398f4092cbd39bb77fb6e72d769dc 008-Firefox-32.0.3-es-i686-1sw.xzm

md5=a24d39b1e866a6f23540c06cd3d53991 008-Firefox-32.0.3-ro-i686-1sw.xzm

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Re: Firefox Release 32.0.3 en-US/fr/it/es/ro

Post#2 by Bogomips » 02 Oct 2014, 19:41

Thanks for ff32.0.3. SeaMonkey couldn't make it past Telekom, so had to use distro ff to reach file. Couldn't open menu on distro ff. However ff32.0.3 worked, but unfortunately terribly slow sometimes taking up to a minute to respond to horizontal scroll. Obviously some sort of looping going on, which only noticeable on slighltly outdated m/c. Distro Opera also had same problem.
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Re: Firefox Release 32.0.3 en-US/fr/it/es/ro

Post#3 by Ole » 04 Oct 2014, 10:04

Hi Bogomips... there is no way to reproduce the described malfunction on my side. Only a deeper analyze could bring light.
All modules are directly compiled from Mozilla source, verified and testeted for basic functions with 3.0.1 KDE...
You are the first and only with this report. :(
My read is another problem with this behavior as one visible result.
Let me know if there is no progress with this at all.

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