Re: Long waits for Firefox and SeaMonkey to respond to links from other applications

2019-03-25 Thread Cy Schubert
On March 25, 2019 6:41:18 AM PDT, Kjell Tore Ullavik wrote: > > >On 24.03.2019 17.25, Graham Perrin wrote: >> When I open a web address in (for example) Thunderbird, there's a >wait >> of around fifteen seconds before the web browser, already open, >> handles the address. >> >> Affected

Re: Long waits for Firefox and SeaMonkey to respond to links from other applications

2019-03-25 Thread Kjell Tore Ullavik
On 24.03.2019 17.25, Graham Perrin wrote: When I open a web address in (for example) Thunderbird, there's a wait of around fifteen seconds before the web browser, already open, handles the address. Affected browsers: - Firefox - SeaMonkey - Waterfox. Not affected: - New Moon (Pale Moon)

Re: Long waits for Firefox and SeaMonkey to respond to links from other applications

2019-03-24 Thread Graham Perrin
On 24/03/2019 18:51, Adam wrote: On Sun, Mar 24, 2019 at 6:22 PM Graham Perrin > wrote: When I open a web address in (for example) Thunderbird, there's a wait of around fifteen seconds before the web browser, already open, handles the address.

Re: Long waits for Firefox and SeaMonkey to respond to links from other applications

2019-03-24 Thread Adam
On Sun, Mar 24, 2019 at 6:22 PM Graham Perrin wrote: > When I open a web address in (for example) Thunderbird, there's a wait > of around fifteen seconds before the web browser, already open, handles > the address. > > Affected browsers: > > - Firefox > - SeaMonkey > - Waterfox. > > Not

Long waits for Firefox and SeaMonkey to respond to links from other applications

2019-03-24 Thread Graham Perrin
When I open a web address in (for example) Thunderbird, there's a wait of around fifteen seconds before the web browser, already open, handles the address. Affected browsers: - Firefox - SeaMonkey - Waterfox. Not affected: - New Moon (Pale Moon) – the waiting period is a split-second -