This update has been submitted for testing by stransky.
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This update is currently being pushed to the Fedora 22 testing updates repository.
Stability seems better now than in the test builds. CSS Scroll Snap Points does
however not work right at all on Linux (i.e. not GTK3 related). Pre 39 can
scroll in this demo: http://codepen.io/potch/pen/VLygWG but post 39 cannot. In
this demo: http://codepen.io/potch/pen/VLygWG scrolling doesn't work at all
(snapping works for drag though).
For such issues please file a bug at bugzilla.redhat.com which is the only bug
Install works, but firefox won't start.
Works for me. Only (minor) issue: when (re-) starting, Firefox says there were
problems with recovery of the tabs. But clicking on "recover" then recovers all
I have the same problem as dirkk, and I'd say it's not so minor.
Works fine here .. I cannot reproduce the snap scrolling issue it works just
This update has been pushed to testing
Same problem with session restart. I don't have enabled session restore by
default, I set about:home as the default, and it always says it tried to restore
the session but failed so it is someway crashing when shutting down. I think
this is not a minor issue. users with a default homepage different that
about:home (corporate portal?) will not get it by default, just the session
restore fail (I disable all addons without a different behavior
It fails with a clean profile too
@robmv when you tried a New Profile, did it Crash by any chance? when you were
at the Profilemanager did it bring up a Crash window?
For me works good
I am also having issues with session restart. It seems to be reported in bug
Session restart issues, #1239231
At Each FF start: Well, this is embarrassing. Firefox is having trouble
recovering your windows and tabs. This is usually caused by a recently opened
I confirm the "session restore" bug
This update has reached a karma of -3 and is being unpushed and marked as unstable
session restore bug
Same thing with session restore
BZ for the restoration bug is here:
@greg18 No, the profile manager window created the new profile and no crash
report window was shown
Unfortunately stability still is very bad. I see a lot of mp4 (gstreamer1-libav
and gstreamer1-plugins-ugly) related crashes (e.g. on youtube).
Please file #BZ at bugzilla.redhat.com for any other issues than the restoration
bug. This is not a bugtracker, just an update system.
My apologies. It's hard to not treat this as a kind of lite bug submission tool
(though in hindsight I shouldn't have given it a bad rep in this case). The
problem is that the crashes seem a bit random (I got one crash report that
points to libgstvideo-1.0.so but afterwards others don't). When I can reliably
reproduce it and/or get a useful stack trace I'll create a report. Until then
I'll just keep submitting the Mozilla Crash Reports.
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