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    FF9 feels significally faster in rendering, but maybe it's just because I also changed the computer.

    And by the way, why do you have to mention apple in every post? I thought this was a site about linux, not IT news. Whether stuff works on other oses isn't relevant.

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    I don't read unix here. I don't read bsd. I don't read windows. I don't read proprietary evil conglomerate. I just read linux. Better change that text if it's no longer applicable.

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    I did not notice performance changes in peacekeeper, did not try other tests. However still the same sites have got problems on linux like:

    http://www.google.de/nexus/

    it works with opera, but ff/iceweasel uses full cpu with it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kano View Post
    I did not notice performance changes in peacekeeper, did not try other tests. However still the same sites have got problems on linux like:

    http://www.google.de/nexus/

    it works with opera, but ff/iceweasel uses full cpu with it...
    Wonder why..its just a graphic. On my lowly WinXP laptop it loads fine with FF9

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    Could be releated to intel onboard gfx, with nv binary it works. No idea how to disable opengl accelleration for intel. Btw. you can more it, not just a gfx.

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    awasome news...

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