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corethemes says

Damn it. And I just can’t get into Chrome developer tools…

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Joost Volunteer moderator says

On second note.. I’m definitely going to 16 when it goes stable. :o

https://hacks.mozilla.org/2012/08/new-firefox-command-line-helps-you-develop-faster/
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flashedge says

Ouch! One does somersaults to get things working and one browser update screws everything. Hello new web! :D

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CodingJack says

Ouch! One does somersaults to get things working and one browser update screws everything. Hello new web! :D

Yeah this is our new life :D Took me 5 hours to finally fix that stupid z-sorting bug. Now the question is, did the fix screw something up for webkit now? lol

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RimmonTrieu Reviewer says


Ouch! One does somersaults to get things working and one browser update screws everything. Hello new web! :D
Yeah this is our new life :D Took me 5 hours to finally fix that stupid z-sorting bug. Now the question is, did the fix screw something up for webkit now? lol

You guys should make one version for iPad / iPhone / iThing, the rest fallback to Flash

That will save you tons of time no kidding

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VF says


Ouch! One does somersaults to get things working and one browser update screws everything. Hello new web! :D
Yeah this is our new life :D Took me 5 hours to finally fix that stupid z-sorting bug. Now the question is, did the fix screw something up for webkit now? lol

Use few more if conditions. :D

Sometimes I get buyer advises to avoid browser sniffing on the items. While feature based detection may sound like ‘standard’ ones, practically it doesn’t differs much from browser sniffing. The tragedy is Firefox too often requires browser version detection for patch works.

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Crakken says

The thing is, I wanted to try the built in responsive mode integrated in FF 15 , it’s not bad, but I’ll stick with that.
I recently found that Chrome is slowing down your computer by adding auto update, it takes a lot of CPU just for doing that and they don’t even give you the option to turn it off (it’s hard to do so), so I switched to Chromium, it’s the exact same thing as Chrome, but without the automatic update, which means faster. I love it. Download Chromium Here. Don’t worry about the old look of the page, they update it rarely, but they do update Chromium every two months, so it’s exactly the same as Chrome but even faster. In fact, Chrome draws its source code from it.
Here are what they omitted from it: Google’s brand, auto-update mechanism, usage-tracking, and bundling of Adobe Flash Player and of a PDF viewer. I liked the PDF viewer, but I can do without it. Chromium is really great.

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tsafi says

Man my bottom Noscript plug in is gone now F** that .

Hi Rimmon iPad / iPhone / iThing, the rest fallback to Flash? What’s that now you have 10 new workers that can do all this for you? :P .

But this is nothing, with IE10 TF market will stop working :D

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AGSoft says

I recently found that Chrome is slowing down your computer by adding auto update, it takes a lot of CPU just for doing that and they don’t even give you the option to turn it off.

It’s by no means a CPU hog so what you’ve done is honestly a tad extreme imo.

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robocreatif says

Did I miss something? I’ve been using FF15 since FF14 came out with no problems. There was a small annoyance about character encoding in Firebug, but that was me being lazy and ignoring setting an encoding for HTML pages.

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