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When my firefox crashes the error message is garbled nonsense. I have a printscreen image.

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I believe the crashes stem from my laptop overheating.

I don't need help with this, it's not a problem. I just don't know how to report it as a bug.

I believe the crashes stem from my laptop overheating. I don't need help with this, it's not a problem. I just don't know how to report it as a bug.
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hi much_noise, thank you for bringing that up - it looks like this is a known problem in the en-gb build which is going to be fixed in firefox 36. (also refer to (bug #1115892)

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  • Adobe® Acrobat® Plug-in for Web Browsers, Version 11.0.10
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hi much_noise, thank you for bringing that up - it looks like this is a known problem in the en-gb build which is going to be fixed in firefox 36. (also refer to (bug #1115892)

hi much_noise, thank you for bringing that up - it looks like this is a known problem in the en-gb build which is going to be fixed in firefox 36. (also refer to ([https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1115892 bug #1115892])