Night Wing wrote:missmoondog wrote:just had my PM 28.1.0 on 64bit linux mint 18.04.1 crash/lockup on this link, https://www.yahoo.com/news/misconduct-a ... itics.html and this is since having installed that oygen-gtk thing!
First off, there has never been a linux Mint version (18.04.1). In the Mint 18 series, there was: 18 (Sarah) 18.1 (Serena), 18.2 (Sonya) and 18.3 (Sylvia). The Mint 18 versions were all based on Ubuntu (16.04).
Secondly, I just copied the link you provided. Then I just opened a new tab, put the address of the link in my Navigation/Address bar and went to to the site which just made your linux Pale Moon crash. It is still open in the other tab while I type this post to you in this tab without any problems.
I can click on any buttons, go anywhere I want to on that site. I cannot get my 64 bit linux Pale Moon 28.1.0 running in 64 bit linux Mint 19 (Tara) in the Xfce desktop environment to crash.
Incidentally, Mint 19 (Tara) is based on Ubuntu (18.04).
My 64 bit linux Pale Moon is in Firefox Compatibility mode. The only two add-ons I use are NoSquint and Adblock Latitude.
I'm guessing your oxygen-gtk theme is causing the problem.
oops! you are correct! no linux mint 18.04.01. that's what i have installed on my 5 other machines! i was on my 1, 64 bit linux mint 19 when i posted last time.
that particular crash i posted last was not caused by the link i posted previously when i was a 32 bit machine. the 32 bit machines are the one's i'm mostly concerned about as i can almost guarantee PM will crash eventually, and it's most often on a yahoo news article.
i have removed the oxygen-gtk theme that i installed in above post. currently on a 64 bit, lubuntu 18.04.01 machine that does not have oxygen-gtk installed, as it appears that is not even installed by default in lubuntu.
yep, palemoon is in firefox compatibility mode on all machines as that is the default install mode.