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|@@ -18,15 +18,11 @@ Gabriel Becker|
|This is a known issue which will be fixed in future releases. For now the only solution is to only open one R enabled website at a time.|
|- 2b. Firefox crashes as soon as I try to load a webpage which uses the extension.|
|+ 2b. Firefox crashes as soon as I enter the Firefox profile in which I have RFirefox install|
|It is possible that the R_HOME environmental variable is not being set properly (this is required to start the embedded R instance). For now, be sure you are using a properly edited copy of the runfirefox.sh script provided in the package to start firefox with the appropriate environtmental variables set (see installation instructions).|
|2c. Some R code (eg the tests/examples provided) works but other R enabled pages cause firefox to crash.|
|- 2d. I have wrapped all my code in tryCatch blocks and it still crashes.|
|@@ -57,6 +53,6 @@ Gabriel Becker|
|Currently whenever an element is rooted, a finalizer is created to unroot it when the R object is removed (garbage collected), thus users should not need to worry about removing a root once it is created.|
|- 2e. I am trying to call up to a method in the Raphael library to change an existing plot during an R event handling function.|
|+ 2d. I am trying to call up to a method in the Raphael library to change an existing plot during an R event handling function.|
|We know about this issue (there are tests in the test directory which currently fail do to this reason. We are working on the problem and will fix it as soon as possible.|