Firefox on OS X appears to be the only modern browser I've used which is incapable of handling the charting functions on tradingview.com (as well as many of the other sit… (meer info)
Firefox on OS X appears to be the only modern browser I've used which is incapable of handling the charting functions on tradingview.com (as well as many of the other sites I use daily.)
I am attempting to do some pine scripting, and the tab is crashing and destroying my work about once every half hour or so. Or, WAS atttempting, because as of this minute I will no longer be a Firefox user anymore. I've had enough of the constant problems. Opera, Chrome, and Safari all have no problem at all running all the features on TradingView, and all they're faster, less buggy browsers to boot.
Bug reports: https://crash-stats.mozilla.com/report/index/bp-17707b9c-1ff8-4de8-a55a-704380180429 https://crash-stats.mozilla.com/report/index/bp-1b7809fc-c568-4bce-9be6-eef2a0180429 https://crash-stats.mozilla.com/report/index/bp-06f99fbf-fe96-430f-8b5e-d75ea0180429
I gotta say, I was away from Firefox for a few years, and when I came back, I expected to find an even better browser than it used to be. Instead, I have found that the former best browser out there has become a dreadfully slow, buggy piece of garbage that requires constant troubleshooting feels more like the 1998 Internet Explorer experience than anything I've used since. Did Mozilla spend the last few years regressing instead of improving the code???
We're well into the web 2.0 era, Mozilla. You might want to make a browser that's capable of dealing with it.