Matthew Miller wrote:
You shouldn't even have to rebuild it even. Just set the MOZ_DISABLE_PANGO environment variable. For example, open a terminal and run:On Thu, Jul 13, 2006 at 04:55:20PM +0100, Joe Desbonnet wrote:On the same hardware (Thinkpad T41p, 1.5GB RAM) it *seems* to me that Firefox is far more responsive for web applications than the exact same version of Firefox (126.96.36.199) on the exact same computer running Fedora Core 5.Try building without Pango....
$ export MOZ_DISABLE_PANGO=1 $ firefox That will prevent Firefox from using Pango for that run.(If you want this to be permanent, you can add the export to your login scripts such as your ~/.bash_profile or similar.)
Yay for runtime-switchable components. \o/ -- Peter Gordon (codergeek42) GnuPG Public Key ID: 0xFFC19479 / Fingerprint: DD68 A414 56BD 6368 D957 9666 4268 CB7A FFC1 9479
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