User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; Linux i686; rv:7.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/7.0 Build ID: 20110826235807 Steps to reproduce: I opened Tools->"Manage Content Plug-ins". Actual results: I got 100% CPU load with "All plugins" checked. Dialog becomes almost unusable. When "Plugins in use" is checked everything is OK. Expected results: This dialog should not cause continuous 100% CPU load in any mode.
Isn't "Manage Content Plug-ins" coming from an Ubuntu extension ? Do you also get 100% CPU if you open edit\preferences\applications ?
You are right, it comes from "Ubuntu Firefox Modifications" extension. edit\preferences\applications behaves normally.
kapetr added the following comment to Launchpad bug report 768793: Are you sure, "Manage Content Plug-ins" is not a part of Firefox itself ? I thing to remember, that this feature was a new feature of one of previous versions of FF. I have thing, that "Manage Content Plug-ins" and "edit\preferences\applications" are two different things. First is for embedded object and second for handling anchored files. And if I'm wrong - and this problem is cased by Ubuntus extension - what now ? I thing "Manage Content Plug-ins" could be useful, if it would work, of course :-) --kapetr -- http://launchpad.net/bugs/768793
> Are you sure, "Manage Content Plug-ins" is not a part of Firefox itself? Yes, because it disappears when I disable ubufox extension.
Closing, as this is add-on related.
Status: UNCONFIRMED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 7 years ago
Resolution: --- → INVALID
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