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  • #11
    Originally posted by Tares View Post
    As for me FP10 crashes FF like every few pages o_O back to the 9 ;-)
    Is that using nspluginwrapper?

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    • #12
      what about hardware accel?

      So this version is supposed to use hardware acceleration if you aren't using desktop compositing.

      Well, I deactivated desktop effects on ubuntu and the thing is still clearly using CPU rendering.

      Any ideas about how it's detecting compiz/compositing desktop effects?
      Is uninstalling compiz the way to go about testing this?

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      • #13
        Originally posted by sloggerKhan View Post
        So this version is supposed to use hardware acceleration if you aren't using desktop compositing.

        Well, I deactivated desktop effects on ubuntu and the thing is still clearly using CPU rendering.

        Any ideas about how it's detecting compiz/compositing desktop effects?
        Is uninstalling compiz the way to go about testing this?
        Disabling the composite extension in x.org would probably be the easiest way to check.

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        • #14
          Originally posted by Aradreth View Post
          Disabling the composite extension in x.org would probably be the easiest way to check.
          My thoughts exactly.

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          • #15
            I'd be interested in seeing what the proportion of x86 to x86_64 users are. I'd imagine that more linux users are on 64-bit versions by now. If that's the case, then only releasing a 32-bit client makes no sense.

            Also, maybe I'm missing something, but if an app like flash is difficult to port to 64-bit, they're doing something wrong.

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            • #16
              I can see MAJOR improvements in performance. I can now watch full screen videos without watching a slide show and games play MUCH smoother.

              Great

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              • #17
                Xanikseo, what graphic card and which drivers? What about desktop compositing?

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                • #18
                  Flash 10 + FF3 = not so good for stability. I'm seeing lots of crashes, been running this combo for a few hours (32bits, 'buntu-Hardy). Guess I should go and report som bugs.

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                  • #19
                    Ubuntu OS???

                    I love the fact that it is available for "Ubuntu OS "

                    even when not taking its meaning literally I fail to see how they support ubuntu when you can't get debs of the packages

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                    • #20
                      Xanikseo, what graphic card and which drivers? What about desktop compositing?
                      I have a GeForce 8600gts with the 171.06 driver. I am not using compiz (don't have compositing disabled in xorg though). I do however notice that things are slower with compiz, like the old flash player 9 speed.

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