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mp3 files played by server not working right
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matchpoint

Joined: 26 Jan 2018
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PostPosted: Sun 11 Mar 2018, 15:11    Post subject:  

Limbo, your song transitions for me on both Chromium 63/32 and the latest PaleMoon.
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Limbomusic


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PostPosted: Mon 12 Mar 2018, 04:30    Post subject: aw snap
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green: Yeah the "aw, snap something went wrong, try to reload"-error message HAS troubled me on occasion in Chrome. But only on heavy websites and old hardware with little ram. I had that problem on an old stationary pc not so long ago. It had tahr32_6.0.5 on it. with a 2gb swap and 2gb ram. I never found out why chrome would crash. So its interesting that u point that out.
The problem was solved by installing tahr64_6.0.6 and a newer version of chrome - hasnt crashed since.

But this mp3 auto-play problem is not related to that anyway - cause it happens on all kinds of different machines. It just never occured to me that it could be a browser problem.
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greengeek


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PostPosted: Mon 12 Mar 2018, 05:15    Post subject: Re: aw snap
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Limbomusic wrote:
But this mp3 auto-play problem is not related to that anyway - cause it happens on all kinds of different machines. It just never occured to me that it could be a browser problem.
I just feel that Chrome has this habit of stuffing up memory pointers resulting in weird symptoms. Hard to believe that a Google product gets memory flags so wrong - yet Chrome just seems so much less stable than Firefox used to be.
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