Discussion about official Mozilla Firefox builds
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Opening the AOM (add-ons manager) freezes the browser for 2 minutes when Add-on Compatibility Reporter 2.0 is installed.
It happens whether or not AIOS addon is installed.
Even after I disabled all my 103 addons (except for the ACR addon) the problem continued.
Here's the Firefoxe's Troubleshooting Information:
https://docs.google.com/file/d/0Bw-lUCA ... VTdE0/edit
Is the number of addons relevant to the problem? It might be so, because I have another profile with 61 addons and there's no problem.
https://docs.google.com/file/d/0Bw-lUCA ... 0yNGM/edit
BTW - removing the "extensions.sqlite" file from the profile folder didn't help.
If you post Please mention how many addons you have and the version of Firefox.
Thanks in advance.
Well it has to check 103 add-ons. I am surprised your Firefox works at all.
So why don't you use the "Report Issue" button for AoCR 2.0, in AOM?
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First I made a mistake. I actually have more than a 100 addons. 150 addons (100 enabled,50 disabled) but my Firefox launches very fast (a few seconds) and the CPU level is low. (I intend to remove the disabled addons in the near future).
But still, is it a "big deal" to compare 100-150 pairs of version numbers ?
And also does this add-on has to check the addons versions everytime I open the AOM ? Can't it skip checking addons which I haven't updated since the last time it made a check ?
Yes, I actually reported with the "Report Issue" button of ACR 2.0.
We take things seriously around here,testing means testing
When I bitch about Firefox being maybe a touch slow with some 100+ tabs open,some friends remind me that Explorer used to crash on the second tab
103 Addons - wow.
What kind of memory usage do you get?
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Considering addons (and the scope of their features within Fx) is one of the last remaining USPs of Firefox, it better continues to work with this "many" addons. Personally I got 55 enabled addons, which I don't consider to be a lot.
And yes, I've seen ACR to slow down about:addons considerably, because it adds some links and buttons to the whole design on every screen-refresh.
I was just kidding,then after your post had to check out and found that I too have 50+ addons,the interesting thing being IMHO that many of them are needed just to restore features pruned during Firefox's latest development.
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