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Problem rendering images and videos on new 91.4.1esr version

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  • Igcine ukuphendulwa ngu Ivan Gneiding

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Hi. I'm having some issues to render CSS effects and videos after last update (version 91.4.1esr). Before that update everything was pretty smooth, but since the update the browser is getting very slow to render "everything that moves" on the screen. The movements are poor on CSS or videos, its like it was exceeding in any video/memory resources, get very slow and nothing smooth.

My system: - Linux Debian 11 (fully updated) 64bits; - Processor: Xeon 2670-v3; - Ram: 32GB; - Graphics: Quadro 2000; - Graphics Driver: official Nvidia 390.144 x86 with 32bits support downloaded by Nvidia's site.

Any hints on how can I solve this?

Hi. I'm having some issues to render CSS effects and videos after last update (version 91.4.1esr). Before that update everything was pretty smooth, but since the update the browser is getting very slow to render "everything that moves" on the screen. The movements are poor on CSS or videos, its like it was exceeding in any video/memory resources, get very slow and nothing smooth. My system: - Linux Debian 11 (fully updated) 64bits; - Processor: Xeon 2670-v3; - Ram: 32GB; - Graphics: Quadro 2000; - Graphics Driver: official Nvidia 390.144 x86 with 32bits support downloaded by Nvidia's site. Any hints on how can I solve this?

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Steps to replicate the issue please. Are you in X11 or Wayland? Is there a reason for the old version of Firefox? Do you only run 1 version of Firefox? I recommend running multiple version so that you can compare issues like this. see screenshot

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jonzn4SUSE said

Steps to replicate the issue please. Are you in X11 or Wayland? Is there a reason for the old version of Firefox? Do you only run 1 version of Firefox? I recommend running multiple version so that you can compare issues like this. see screenshot

Hello. Yes, I'm using Debian with Gnome 3 and Wayland because its now officially supported by Debian. I'm using this older version of Firefox because I', running official installation of Debian Stable version (and I'd like to stick with this). I only use one version of any browser I have because I think a software would have to be reliable enough to don't force me using more than one version. Most of time browsing I'm a regular computer user, I just want to sit on my chair and do stuff and work without needs to care about using a browser for one thing, another browser for other stuff and so on. So, to have a newer version I would have to edit repositories or install in container (flatpak for example). I'm not a fan of container installations and I don't like using not official stable repositories on Debian.