Three quick things ^^

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By Oliver (AKA the Admin) on 24 comments
in Categories: Just Talking

Hey guys. Two notes, in a hurry :)

First

You HAVE to try the new Firefox Quantum.

If you gave up on Firefox in the past, or if you simply don’t use it, come on, give the browser a chance.
This new Firefox Quantum isn’t just fast (comparisons with Chrome aren’t just a question of mere numbers, it feels faster and everything is smooth), it is superb, comfortable to use, giving an impression of immediate response and quality of use I had been missing for a long, very long time.
Even the UI has been nicely improved.
About the extensions I feared the apocalypse, I found that almost everything provided by the old XUL extensions was available, and the little I’m losing (DTA won’t be available in webext until 2 or 3 weeks, wrote its creator) is a worthy trade compared to all the goodness I’m getting in exchange.
Seriously, Firefox deserves love, the work that has been done is praiseworthy, try it out :)

Second

Because I can, I want to share this simply stunning cosplay (source), found thanks to Kalevala :)
Reminds us of Takatsu’s Egyptians, somehow, right? :D

… And you know what? THERE IS MOAR! :twisted:
Edited: also, EVEN MOAR ON INSTAGRAM :twisted:

Third

There’s been an update to the commenting plugin I use on Hentairules, it says you can now edit your comments. As a guy who almost always comes back to fix a typo or a mistake, I think the news would help :)

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MHM
MHM
6 years ago

First – upgraded to Firefox Quantum this evening (my time). Haven’t checked it out in full just yet.

Second – impressive cosplay there; will check out in detail, and, if need be, comment later

Third – the ability to edit one’s comments – IT REALLY WORKS:

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Votuq
Votuq
6 years ago

I tried Quantum for 10 minutes, then reverted back to 56 because of the extensions and some new colors that felt weird…
But yeah, it’s faster.

FailBoatInSpace
FailBoatInSpace
6 years ago
Reply to  Votuq

I have the exact opposite effect. I get about 5 seconds of actual use before quantum freezes for about 10 seconds. I can still type, but can only see what Ive typed after quantum catches up. Ive had to resort to typing this out in notepad and then copy pasting it just to get this message done. It seems the longer the browser is open the worse the effect gets.

How exactly did you undo the quantum upgrade, because there is no googling for troubleshooting quantum so far, and I NEED IT. only found ONE reddit post about quantum being slow and their suggestion of resetting add-ons and installs didnt work.

FailBoatInSpace
FailBoatInSpace
6 years ago

I tried uninstalling and reinstalling firefox with an old downloader, but that didnt work. all it did was reinstall quantum and that didnt fix the problem with it being choppy.

somerandomdude
somerandomdude
6 years ago

Do a clean uninstall, including deleting your existing profile in C:\Users\username\AppData\Roaming.
Download and install version 56.0b9 (get in here http://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/firefox/releases/).
and disable auto update and auto install in the firefox options menu.

Votuq
Votuq
6 years ago
Reply to  somerandomdude

Yeah, it’s not so easy to downgrade. Like somerandomdude said, you need to disable auto-update, I learned that the hard way. But in my case, I did not touch the profile folder.

FailBoatInSpace
FailBoatInSpace
6 years ago
Reply to  Votuq

Thanks somerandomdude and Votug, I got everything squared away (I hope…) and Im back on running ff56. Hopefully someday they’ll figure out the kinks and I can switch over to quantum without it being choppy as all hell.

Before the reinstall of ff56 I tried restarting with add-ons turned off, I tried almost all the options that they asked on the troubleshooting page for choppy use on the firefox help and service page. I still have no idea why it was supper slow and unresponsive.

And it wasn’t like it was randomly slow, I was a PERIODIC thing that I could literally count off to. If I started typing in the google search bar it would work fine for five seconds and then it would stop registering new letters for ten seconds and the place line would keep blinking like it was waiting for new input, then boom everything that I had typed would pop into existence.

Dynellen
Dynellen
6 years ago

Your picture reminded me there’s a translated chapter of Takatsu’s Egyptians you’ve never shared: https://e-hentai.org/g/1036757/0be2210c59/ ([Takatsu] Masaka Watashi no Pharaoh!? | Impossible, My Master (Pharaoh) is !? (COMIC Megastore Alpha 2016-11) )

frankoh
frankoh
6 years ago

I always have been Firefox and no problems with v57 Quantum but I’m still using v56 until the addons get update
Nice cosplay ^_^

Pavlov
Pavlov
6 years ago

First – Don’t you just love the multiple vectors of the Internet? My OS is bloating again, but now I have an SSD! The browser is slowing from add-ons but now I have faster internet! My browser has been rebuilt but my favorite web pages keep adding videos! My computer died so I’m on a slower box, but this older browser just flies! I bought a new PC but this new AV slows every page down!

Hell, I’m just trying to come to terms with the fact that the Home button has been moved. AGAIN.

Second – Cosplay like this used to make me nervous. “Is that a guy? Are those fake tits? Does this make me gay?” Then I’d spend 10 minutes researching them on the web. “She’s showing genitals, we’re good to fap!” But now, after years of traps, gender-flips and transsexuals, everything just gets a “Whatever, looks hot!”

Third – As a person who likes to reread their own comments, this is awesome! Now I can fix my spelling fuckups instead of obsessing over them forever!

John Doe
John Doe
6 years ago

IMO, a cosplayer (particularly female) must have a stunning, great body, that because most female anime characters always depicted as a female with great body. This model has it!!

kcz117
6 years ago

Quantum destroyed Firefox for me. One day my browser works perfectly fine, then Quantum shows up and makes my page lag every few seconds and after a few minutes the page would freeze. Moving all my stuff to Chrome, super disappointed.

firehat
firehat
6 years ago

Thought she looked familiar. Non was featured previously in a share back in June 2016 that contained a photoshoot: Bitch On The Pole DMM Special Edition. Beautiful.

EDIT: i already needed to used the edit option.

azrael0070
azrael0070
6 years ago

Switched and everything working smoothly. Though I’ve been using Classic Theme Restorer for a long while now so I gotta get used to my tabs on top of the address bar.

HandsSolo
HandsSolo
6 years ago

I used to use Bazzacuda Image Saver Plus. Version 2 that works on the new firefox is missing some key features. Anyone know of an alternative that can save images from all opened image tabs and also rename them (add a date time-prefix)?

Also looking for a gesture addon that allows saving of images with a gesture. Need an alternative for firegestures. On that note none of the gesture addons Ive tried seems to work on blank or firefox “settings” tabs.

Also a cosplay recommendation:
https://e-hentai.org/g/1117753/43f7313d9f/
There are some video links in the comments

nipi
nipi
6 years ago

Hmmm… Did I miss it before or did the addon update? Anyway Gesturefy has the option to set a save image gesture. (I just swipe down on the image I want saved) At least thats good.

Still it would be nice if I could set a custom save folder for the gesture and it checked if the image I gestured on is a gallery thumbnail. Oh well not like the addon is for saving images specifically.

I think I tried Bulk Images Downloader waaaaay back when. Might give it another try. What breaks Bazzacuda for me at the moment is the missing regex file renaming option. Sure it renames duplicate files but I want to do a bit or reordering in my tabs.

I guess Ill have to reorder my images afterwards with FastStone Image Viewer for now. Basically drag thumbnails into the order you want and set up your renaming sceme.

A couple of reccomendations:
Dropbox – virtual desktop program thats better than the native one windows finally has
StrokeIt – a gesture programme for windows. Havent got to setting it up jet but seems good.
Razer naga or any other mouse with extra keys. Ive got mine set up so I can with one button click in XnView Image viewer switch image tabs and go to next/prev image, zoom in and out and switch dexpots virtual windows.