DJ Panda

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I sure am but the only thing that will suck is so many addons breaking :(
Maybe some of your ad dons are conflicting..? Usually there are reports of certain ad-dons breaking after a new Firefox update. Sorry to hear your having trouble. :(
 

ng4ever

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Maybe some of your ad dons are conflicting..? Usually there are reports of certain ad-dons breaking after a new Firefox update. Sorry to hear your having trouble. :(
No I am not having any trouble at all right now with my addons. I am talking about in the future when Firefox 49 is released.
 
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DJ Panda

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No I am not having any trouble at all right now with my addons. I am talking about in the future when Firefox 49 is released.
Why do you think Firefox 49 is going to do damadge to addons unlike the previous Firefox builds?
 
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hjlbx

You don't need to upgrade to FF v. 49 until all the developers make stable, e10s compatible versions of their add-ons.

The vendors have enough warning time, but still, some will lag behind e10s introduction...
 

ng4ever

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You don't need to upgrade to FF v. 49 until all the developers make stable, e10s compatible versions of their add-ons.

The vendors have enough warning time, but still, some will lag behind e10s introduction...
True but what about security related patches ?
 
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True but what about security related patches ?
Use free MBAE or EMET until all your add-ons are e10s compatible.

If you use HMP.A paid or beta - or - AppGuard paid or beta - then you don't have much to worry about either.
 
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Andytay70

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I had a conflict between noscript and umatrix because they both blocked scripts.so one had to go! and now its runnong fine.
 
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jamescv7

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Extension support for E10 of Firefox (Mutli -process introduction) is not a big issue, especially when in any future release will provide immediate compatibility.

For a casual user, they will still stick on Chromium base because of performance impact compare to Firefox.

For experience user, likely conduct a pilot test but it's quickness and responsiveness will hold a big impact either FF improve or still lack behind. Considering that will goes only on multi-process support to avoid numerous crash operation.
 
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