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[e10s] Doesn't work with enabled Electrolysis (multi-process mode) #17

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Infocatcher opened this issue Nov 25, 2014 · 23 comments
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[e10s] Doesn't work with enabled Electrolysis (multi-process mode) #17

Infocatcher opened this issue Nov 25, 2014 · 23 comments

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@Infocatcher Infocatcher commented Nov 25, 2014

Docs: https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/Firefox/Multiprocess_Firefox

  • [e10s] Implement support for remote frames using code modules (#21)
  • [e10s] Refactor using code modules (#22)
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@pein0saga pein0saga commented Jan 12, 2015

Waiting for the new progressing

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@tosigus tosigus commented Jun 1, 2015

Not working in Firefox Developer Edition (40.0a2 (2015-05-29)).

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@Infocatcher Infocatcher commented Feb 6, 2016

Test version: right_links-0.4.0pre2-fx-sm.xpi (source code and changes).
Note: can be installed only with xpinstall.signatures.required = false

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@tosigus tosigus commented Feb 7, 2016

Works on GitHub, Wikipedia, Ubuntuusers, Washington Post. Not working on Reddit, Spiegel.de, Heise.de Thanks!

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@Infocatcher Infocatcher commented Feb 8, 2016

Not working on Reddit, Spiegel.de, Heise.de

Thanks for testing.
Now should be fixed: b23b3aa

Test version: right_links-0.4.0pre3-fx-sm.xpi (source code).

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@Marcosdw Marcosdw commented Mar 28, 2016

right_links-0.4.0pre3-fx-sm.xpi

Trouble on google and google images
Thanks ;)

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@Infocatcher Infocatcher commented Mar 30, 2016

Trouble on google and google images

Looks like this is due to tracking links: initially something real, but after click appears things like https://www.google.com/url?…

Should be fixed now: 7c975c3

Test version: right_links-0.4.0pre4-fx-sm.xpi (source code).

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@Marcosdw Marcosdw commented Apr 3, 2016

Ok work fine thanks ;)

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@kanazei kanazei commented Jun 14, 2016

It works, but at the same time opens a menu window (Windows 10 touch).

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@tosigus tosigus commented Jun 14, 2016

Same problem (Ubuntu 16.04, Firefox Dev)

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@akswiff akswiff commented Aug 3, 2016

Edited:
Version: right_links-0.4.0pre4-fx-sm.xpi works fine. THX.

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@nikosath nikosath commented Oct 8, 2016

I don't know if my issue is linked to Electrolysis. In the last 2-3 weeks the stable release with the latest firefox has stopped working altogether. Right clicking does nothing at all. I even tried right_links-0.4.0pre4-fx-sm.xpi with firefox esr 45.4.0 with no change.

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@Infocatcher Infocatcher commented Oct 8, 2016

I even tried right_links-0.4.0pre4-fx-sm.xpi with firefox esr 45.4.0 with no change.

May be this is due to extensions.rightlinks.enabled = false in about:config ("Enabled" checkbox in options).

Also see description for extensions.rightlinks.key.toggleStatus:
https://addons.mozilla.org/addon/right-links/#addon-description
(most likely this is due to accidentally pressed F2 hotkey)

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@nikosath nikosath commented Oct 8, 2016

May be this is due to extensions.rightlinks.enabled = false

Thanks for answering. Right click on links doesn't even open the context menu, it literally does nothing. And extensions.rightlinks.enabled = true.

The only non default values are

extensions.rightlinks.loadJavaScriptLinksInBackground;true
extensions.rightlinks.prefsVersion;3
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@Infocatcher Infocatcher commented Oct 8, 2016

May be something in Error/Browser Console (Ctrl+Shift+J)?
Also what about right-click on bookmarks (in menu, sidebar of bookmarks toolbar)? (Bookmarks isn't affected by multi-process things)

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@Gitoffthelawn Gitoffthelawn commented Oct 8, 2016

@nikosath Could there be an extension conflict?

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@nikosath nikosath commented Oct 8, 2016

Guys, the culprit was Snap Links plugin. I replaced it with Multi Links and all is fine now!

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@Infocatcher Infocatcher commented Oct 11, 2016

In Developer 51.0a2, links open in a new tab but the context menu opens with it.

On Linux?
Should work fine on Windows, I think…

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(looks like needed for Linux)
(#17, #21)
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@Infocatcher Infocatcher commented Oct 12, 2016

@malimM
Following should help: c54541d (unfortunately, for now I can't test this on Linux)

Test version: right_links-0.4.0pre5-fx-sm.xpi (source code)

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