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Thread: Firefox problem with Facebook

  1. #1
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    Firefox problem with Facebook

    I have to open substantial problems of Facebook for some time

    Only after a few aborts and new shop over the address bar the side is developed (Refresh does not bring anything). Then the side is developed however faster and completely, and left and lower surfaces of Facebook construct themselves very fast.

    Facebook is the only side on which I observe, with the IE6 it has no problems.

    Greeting

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    Re: Firefox problem with Facebook

    What ADD On did you install in the FF?
    You should deactivate Firebug e.g. on Facebook!

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    Re: Firefox problem with Facebook

    I had
    CTRL Tab 0.19.3
    Freedownloadmanager… is however incompatibly/deactivated
    FxIF 0.23
    Split browser 0.5….

    All I deactivated

    deactivation did not bring improvement.

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    Re: Firefox problem with Facebook

    Start your Facebook with another profile, in which then no cookies there, etc. ADD ons. - > expulsion procedure whether it is because of any Addons, attitudes etc.

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