XQS and site crash

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XQS and site crash

os24u
 Notice some versions of Mozilla browsers have xqs files included, while other numbered versions have
separate zip file. Are these needed by average user?

Second issue: trying to login to joopz.com

This site is free/$ sms texts send/receive through browser. Signed up OK, attempting to reach login
page crashes Firefox. Using browsers other than mozilla login page at this site does not fully
display.

Nothing in popuplog.os2, opening error console in Firefox does not help as FF disappears immediately.
Is there a method to determine what makes FF crash?

        Cal


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Re: XQS and site crash

Steve Wendt
On 11/19/2014 2:04 PM, [hidden email] wrote:

> Notice some versions of Mozilla browsers have xqs files included,
> while other numbered versions have separate zip file. Are these
> needed by average user?

They are valuable in helping to determine the cause of crashes.

> Is there a method to determine what makes FF crash?

If you don't already have exceptq installed, do that first.  Also ensure
you have the xqs files.  Then look for *.trp files in the program
directory after a crash.

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