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Posted · This UM webpage crashes Firefox browser everytime

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Not sure what's causing it - multiple embedded videos? Buggy page code? Text loads ok but not video content. Page just sits there for 5 minutes while "amazonaws" churns away in background, trying to download. Then browser crashes.

Have disabled all Firefox plugins; that's not the problem. Latest Firefox version.

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Posted · This UM webpage crashes Firefox browser everytime

I just viewed it in Firefox with no issues. Are you on PC or MAC? I am on PC and latest version of Firefox.

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Posted · This UM webpage crashes Firefox browser everytime

That's good to know. I'm using PC, Win 7 Ultimate.

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Posted (edited) · This UM webpage crashes Firefox browser everytime

Win 8.1 Pro (I doubt that makes a difference, just noting to be thorough)

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Posted · This UM webpage crashes Firefox browser everytime

On my computer they work. Windows 7 Pro, SP1, Pale Moon browser (=derived from Firefox, but still has the menu-bar and statusbar).

But it is going very slow and stuttering, and the CPU is at 100%. So it seems that they consume a huge amount of resources. This might be too much for some systems, or if running in a virtual machine.

Are these defined as videos, or animated GIFs? If videos, I think it would be best to remove the "autostart", and add a start-button per video. And set the video to play once, and then require another manual restart if the user so desires. This would greatly reduce resources-consumption, I think.

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