Mozilla 1.0.1 and 1.1 Release Candidates
Thursday August 15th, 2002
Asa Dotzler writes: "Test builds for everyone!
"If you're using 1.0 and you'd like to test our release candidates for 1.0.1 you can get them at ftp.mozilla.org. If you're riding the trunk builds and you'd like a sneak peak at 1.1 you can get candidate builds at ftp.mozilla.org. More on our release plans available in this news posting."
#14 What I'd really like for 1.0.1...
Thursday August 15th, 2002 11:09 PM
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...is for developers to remove the stupid turbo reloading. I know it was implemented as a fix for some memory loss, but it is costing more for people with slow computers.
The whole process of shutting down and starting up takes 20-30 seconds on my home computer, and uses a lot of processor power. And then I have to select a profile again (my shortcuts have -p so I'll never have to see profilemanager again, or so I thought) and some people have complained that it resets the master password (I don't use master passwords so I don't know).
I have to keep a window open to prevent this, which really defeats the whole purpose of turbo mode. :(
I don't mind experimenting with this fix to the memory problem, but it should be done only in the trunk. The 1.0 release worked really well, I hope you don't change the way it works.