My Macbook Pro retina just upgraded automatically to version 19. Version 18 had Retina support, which was awesome, but since the upgrade, my browser is pixelated again. Any retina support on the new 19 version as well?
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Yes, Retina support was introduced in 18 and is still in 19. Try to Reset Firefox Refresh Firefox - reset add-ons and settings
Retina support was introduced in fx18 but had several issues but should still be supported in fx19.
I can not remember whether it was just fx18.0.1 but at sometimes fixes were to turn it off !! because of the problems. Have you checked it is actually on.
I will have to keep an eye on the me too votes on this thread,if a lot of others have problems I will look at the bugs and see if i can find out anything more over there.
Note the easy option of using Firefox reset will remove your extensions, also alter a few other things,
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Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; Intel Mac OS X 10.8; rv:19.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/19.0
Name Version Enabled ID
Important Modified Preferences
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Device ID0x 166GPU Accelerated Windows0/1 Basic Vendor ID0x8086WebGL RendererIntel Inc. -- Intel HD Graphics 4000 OpenGL Engine
false Prevent Accessibility
Expected minimum versionVersion in useNSPR184.108.40.206.4NSS220.127.116.11 Basic ECC18.104.22.168 Basic ECCNSSSMIME22.214.171.124 Basic ECC126.96.36.199 Basic ECCNSSSSL188.8.131.52 Basic ECC184.108.40.206 Basic ECCNSSUTIL3.14.1.03.14.1.0
Let me do some checking around. Meanwhile, would you mind making sure that Mac is fully up to date, Restarting your computer, Trying with Hardware acceleration disabled, etc.? Turning off hardware acceleration