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Clerical error in firefox for Turkish language in https sites

Hi, I am using firefox since version 3. But this error haven't changed yet.Now i am using version 6. When i enter a site using https here is a picture like mozilla.com. h… (read more)

Hi,

I am using firefox since version 3. But this error haven't changed yet.Now i am using version 6.

When i enter a site using https here is a picture like mozilla.com. http://i.imgur.com/uosNE.png In this picture there isn't a problem.


But when i enter other https sites like wordpress.org or microsoft.com here are the pictures. http://i.imgur.com/WeMl0.png http://i.imgur.com/G087f.png

On the second line it says "Bu site ile aNanızdaki bağlantı...." But it must say "Bu site ile aRanızdaki bağlantı......"


I know this is one letter but in Turkish it is a bad meaning.

I couldn't find a place to report it so I opened this issue here.Hope this error will fix in future releases.

Asked by rslinks 9 years ago

Answered by David Tenser 9 years ago

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Memory leak with FF 27.0 and 27.0.1: first time in 20 years with Macs

For my work I use FF under OSX 10.6. I have another, older machine with OSX 10.7 Lion installed running around the clock in my living quarters. I use FF on it for trivial… (read more)

For my work I use FF under OSX 10.6. I have another, older machine with OSX 10.7 Lion installed running around the clock in my living quarters. I use FF on it for trivial operations such as checking the weather report, quick searches etc. I also always test new versions on it before installing it on my work machines, so as not to risk any workflow problems.

Soon after installing FF 27.0 I was very surprised to find that the machine running Lion was almost frozen, with 500Mb of free space left instead of the usual 45-50Gb. After some research, I figured that in the course of a few hours the swap files had multiplied to death — something I never, ever had experienced earlier.

At first I thought that this was the result of installing several plugin updates (Java, Flash and Silverlight) at the same time as the FF update. But a couple of days later, the same thing began to happen again. Having left the window of the folder containing the swap files open in the Finder, I could not only see that they had multiplied, but I could also watch them disappear one by one after quitting Firefox.

Installing FF 27.0.1 did not resolve this issue. But since going back to FF 26, the swap files have been staying put. I'll try again with 28, but until then I'm not going to run 27 on my work machines.

I don't quite know how to get in touch with the developpers, so if anyone is there watching, please forward this to them.

Asked by tingo 6 years ago

Answered by Wesley Branton 6 years ago

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Nightly gives problems with redirection to gmail

I decided to try Nightly, and had Firefox and Nightly both installed. After I did and tried to log onto my gmail account, Firefox (and Nightly) had problems with the redi… (read more)

I decided to try Nightly, and had Firefox and Nightly both installed. After I did and tried to log onto my gmail account, Firefox (and Nightly) had problems with the redirection to the gmail web site.

I have now uninstalled Nightly, and the problem disappeared. I, therefore, suspect there is some sort of bug in Nightly.

Roy

Asked by royost 6 years ago

Answered by Wesley Branton 6 years ago