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Mozilla Firefox Web Browser

https://www.mozilla.org/

Mozilla Firefox is a standalone web browser, designed for standards compliance and performance. Its functionality can be enhanced via a plethora of extensions.

Release with openSUSE patches for better integration with KDE, Global Menu and some other changes.

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Filename Size Changed
PKGBUILD 0000023028 22.5 KB 11 days
_constraints 0000000291 291 Bytes 10 months
_service 0000000059 59 Bytes 10 months
firefox-appdata.xml 0000002214 2.16 KB 9 months
firefox-branded-icons.patch 0000001902 1.86 KB 10 months
firefox-i18n.tar.xz 0051126416 48.8 MB 11 days
firefox-kde.patch 0000009598 9.37 KB 11 days
firefox-mimeinfo.xml 0000000292 292 Bytes 10 months
firefox.desktop 0000013176 12.9 KB 10 months
fix-csd-window-buttons.patch 0000000388 388 Bytes 10 months
fix-gdk-focus-change-mask-1196777.patch 0000000784 784 Bytes 10 months
fix-wayland-build.patch 0000000775 775 Bytes 10 months
identity-icons-brand.svg 0000001149 1.12 KB 10 months
libwebrtc-screen-cast-sync.patch 0000218085 213 KB 12 days
mozilla-kde.patch 0000061279 59.8 KB 11 days
mozilla-nongnome-proxies.patch 0000001842 1.8 KB 10 months
unity-menubar.patch 0000163548 160 KB 11 days
vaapi-disable-blacklist.patch 0000001189 1.16 KB 3 months
wayland-no-dbus-bgo-860033.patch 0000001523 1.49 KB 3 months
Comments 2

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push_back wrote 7 months ago

I tried this package on Manjaro (with KDE) . At first it looked exactly as i expected.

The global menu showed up but it was not "stable", i mean: if i place the mouse cursor on file for example the underlined item was something else and if i moved the cursor slightly then the selected item bounce back and force between all items. Moreover, it performs not good unfortunately (it uses lots of cpu power) maybe because of global menu.

Did someone have the same issue ?

My machine: Machine: Type: Laptop System: ASUSTeK product: X751LN v: 1.0 Memory: RAM: total: 11.58 GiB CPU: Info: dual core model: Intel Core i7-4510U bits: 64 type: MT MCP cache: L2: 512 KiB Speed (MHz): avg: 1997 min/max: 800/3100 cores: 1: 1997 2: 1997 3: 1998 4: 1998 Graphics: Device-1: Intel Haswell-ULT Integrated Graphics driver: i915 v: kernel Device-2: NVIDIA GM108M [GeForce 840M] driver: nvidia v: 515.57


Sergey Starovoytov's avatar

drommer wrote 7 months ago

I use this package on Arch Linux and I did not compare the performance of this package with the package from official repository. Probably my build really works worse, but I didn’t notice any obvious problems when using it. Browser use 1-3% of CPU (~10% when playing H264 or VP9 videos) and ~500MB of RAM.

P.S. Use on Lenovo e540 laptop with i7-4712M and Intel GPU (nVidia disabled), RAM 16GB.

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