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Firefox causes flicking screen.

Hello, It is suspected that latest version of Firefox version 78.11.0esr (64-bit) is causing operathing systems to crash. I have not seen it on Windows platform as I am n… (read more)

Hello,

It is suspected that latest version of Firefox version 78.11.0esr (64-bit) is causing operathing systems to crash. I have not seen it on Windows platform as I am not using it. Platforms I am using are OSX and XUbuntu. The error occurs lingering on a site for a very long time. First it starts getting screen graphic errors like, some pixels are not being updated correctly. Then after a while screen starts to flicker, in a massive state, like the graphic processor is broken. In some cases with command key strokes one is able to kill Firefox, screen is back to normal and one can continue working. Facebook is the site that most commonly is causing error, but there are also other sites.

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Asked by rodieki Prieš 4 mėnesius

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Constant Firefox tab crashes.

I keep getting the "Gah. Your tab just crashed." message i have tried many things as recommended on other posts but none have worked. These include *checking my ram *disa… (read more)

I keep getting the "Gah. Your tab just crashed." message i have tried many things as recommended on other posts but none have worked. These include *checking my ram *disabling hardware acceleration *reinstalling Firefox *Turning Adobe flash on to ask to activate. These problems are more prevalent on videos (more than just YouTube) but do still happen when just browsing the internet, I think something is getting overloaded and breaking but i have no idea what.

Asked by Villd Prieš 4 metus

Answered by Villd Prieš 4 metus

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Everything in browser renders in patches.

Nothing seems to load well. Everything is just black and some buttons, links etc. show up when I mouse over. The whole page shows up only when I scroll. Parts of text rem… (read more)

Nothing seems to load well. Everything is just black and some buttons, links etc. show up when I mouse over. The whole page shows up only when I scroll. Parts of text remain in text boxes, etc even when I delete/backspace. And parts of the browser often blink.

This is driving me crazy. I even tried refreshing. Nothing's changed. The problems still remain under safe (addons disabled) mode.

Please help me

Asked by vvk Prieš 6 metus

Answered by philipp Prieš 6 metus

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Firefox ver. 37 and 38 distort my PC screen display so I can't use it.

After behaving faultlessly forever, suddenly with ver. 37.0.2 when I opened Firefox browser it distorted the screen so much that I had to discard it. The only time the di… (read more)

After behaving faultlessly forever, suddenly with ver. 37.0.2 when I opened Firefox browser it distorted the screen so much that I had to discard it. The only time the distortion occurs is with Firefox. I have reinstalled it several times and reset it but no solution. I am now using Chrome but don't like it much. Can someone help with this Firefox problem. I can send a photo of the distorted screen as an SMS or to an email address. Local IT gurus can't explain the cause.

Asked by peterfin0 Prieš 6 metus

Answered by cor-el Prieš 6 metus

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Disabling hardware acceleration also screws up font anti-aliasing

As in title. First screenshot shows what happens with hardware acceleration enabled, which looks better, second screenshot shows how it looks aliased with acceleration di… (read more)

As in title.

First screenshot shows what happens with hardware acceleration enabled, which looks better, second screenshot shows how it looks aliased with acceleration disabled, with the stroke missing in certain places on very light fonts.

However, when hardware acceleration is enabled, if I open very large images or lots of inline images at a time, the browser window will flash white, all tabs will lose their favicons, and the browser must be restarted. For this reason I'm looking to keep hardware acceleration disabled, but use it (or its method) for rendering fonts only, if such a thing is possible. Alternatively I'd like a fix for hardware acceleration causing such behavior, although that seems more difficult.

Cleartype and font smoothing are both on systemwide. Disabling any of them makes the fonts even worse.

Thanks in advance.

Asked by impy Prieš 6 metus

Answered by impy Prieš 6 metus