- Is There a Memory Leak when NVDA Works with FireFox?
Re: Is There a Memory Leak when NVDA Works with FireFox?
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Thanks for sharing the links
Many of those updates go back a long time
There have been times where I could go months without this problem.
I have never associated this with the computer sleeping
However, there have been times when I came back to my computer in the morning and discovered it locked up
I should have mentioned previously that I use espeak
I don't know if this is common to the problem
On Mon, Mar 8, 2021 at 12:08 PM Nolan Darilek <nolan@...
Sorry, having read through the Mozilla ticket, I've found:
On 3/8/2021 11:05 AM, Nolan Darilek wrote:
> Would love links to the GitHub issues if you have them. I've
> experienced this as well, on a high-end Intel desktop. A switch to
> Brave made my system much more stable, but I'd like the option of
> going back to Firefox if I ever need to. I'll subscribe to the Mozilla
> bug, but would also like to keep tabs on NVDA's side as well.
> On 3/8/2021 3:35 AM, Bhavya shah wrote:
>> Dear all,
>> This issue has been documented on NVDA's GitHub tracker also and there
>> are a couple related tickets whose links I am happy to share if
>> somebody is interested. I have experienced this issue on two laptops
>> (I don't use Desktops), both with Intel processors (I don't have a
>> machine with an AMD processor to test), as recently as with the latest
>> NVDA and Firefox versions. It is a frequently reoccurring bug that is
>> rather disruptive, and I hope its cause can be identified and a
>> resolution be reached soon.
>> On 3/6/21, Luke Davis <luke@...> wrote:
>>> I would like to point out, that for me at least, this hasn't
>>> happened in a
>>> (I usually run with 5-10 tabs open for weeks at a time).
>>> It only ever happened with very specific websites.
>>> And, to answer another question: I think I experienced this on an AMD
>>> years ago, but I so rarely use desktops that I can't be sure that was
>>> the issue. I have run into it on three laptops that I can think of.
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