My team of teachers has a frequently used google doc that we share. My firefox will not allow me to bookmark this doc. I can still bookmark other pages and the rest of …
My team of teachers has a frequently used google doc that we share. My firefox will not allow me to bookmark this doc. I can still bookmark other pages and the rest of my team can bookmark this page.
There is no error message, it behaves as if I hadn't tried to bookmark it at all.
Why this site specific problem on only my computer?
Thanks for any help
Just upgraded to latest version and these damn tabs are driving me nuts, How do I get rid of them
I have reported this as a bug: https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=975945 It seems that if a certain site (in this case https://parse.com/ ) has a link in the Ta…
I have reported this as a bug:
It seems that if a certain site (in this case https://parse.com/ ) has a link in the Tab Page thumb, it grabs all the RAM it can to the point of completely freezing the whole system.
This happens in a matter of seconds (200MB > 600MB > 900MB ... 1.6GB). Not quitting FF in time cause a complete system lock where you cannot even get to the "Force Quit.." window, and HD will work endlessly.
I have cleared all history, started in 'safe mode', created a new profile and deleted the old one, problem persist.
Here's how to easily reproduce (given, problematic site is not in your tab page):
(This on a Mac OS X 10.8, not sure about other systems).
1. (optional) Open "Activity Monitor", and switch to 'Memory' tab. (So you can quit FF in time). 2. Open "Tab Page" 3. In a new window, go to "https://parse.com/" and drag the link to the 'tab page'. 4. Watch the RAM pick up (and quit FF before it hit the fan).
I ended up disabling the tab page as I didn't see the problem getting any attention.
My bug report did not seemed to make an impression, it's just sitting there, did I miss something in filing it?