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Cursor lag when using Firefox

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Running Firefox 102.11.0esr on Debian 11 desktop

Firefox is very, very slow in responding to the cursor which doesn't show up as an arrow initially (as it normally would) - so if I point at Reply (for example), normally the cursor would be an arrow, the Reply box would turn yellow and I would click which would activate the command. At the moment there is no arrow, the Reply box stays grey and nothing happens if I click the mouse button. Eventually though after about two minutes the action is done. This is happening with any command in Firefox, e.g. trying to delete text in a draft message or trying to open an email in my inbox etc. etc. - all of it is the same as above and takes about two minutes to happen.

Running Firefox 102.11.0esr on Debian 11 desktop Firefox is very, very slow in responding to the cursor which doesn't show up as an arrow initially (as it normally would) - so if I point at Reply (for example), normally the cursor would be an arrow, the Reply box would turn yellow and I would click which would activate the command. At the moment there is no arrow, the Reply box stays grey and nothing happens if I click the mouse button. Eventually though after about two minutes the action is done. This is happening with any command in Firefox, e.g. trying to delete text in a draft message or trying to open an email in my inbox etc. etc. - all of it is the same as above and takes about two minutes to happen.

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The cursor works okay with other browsers e.g. Opera

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You can try Firefox from the official Mozilla server if you currently use a version from the repositories of your Linux distribution to see if it behaves differently.