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Disabling ublock and filtering domain by domain in noscript, the issue isn't with atomicmpc.com.au

 

Updating to FF 62 and all permissions set to show stuff, has not replicated the issue.

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Updating to FF 62 makes no difference.   And disabling extensions etc makes no difference either.

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I'm with Rybags. As I posted in Feedback, I run Firefox 62 on Win 7. As reported in that thread, I thought my mouse way playing silly buggers, but it turns out I'm getting massive CPU usage spikes, only on atomic- so I guess my mouse 'skips' as the usage fluctuates...?

It's fine when I first navigate to atomic, then goes up and down a bit, but then sits between high 80% to low 90%.

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Similar here - the page loads and it seems all innocent for up to several seconds then suddenly jumps up and uses all the free cycles.  Which does seem a bit strange, the norm for such runaways is to use equivalent to one logical core, but maybe this is a case of multiple runaway scripts on a single page.

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Unsure if this has been reported - the "All Activity" page (in condensed view) - it's showing stuff from 12 hours ago as if it was in the recent past, so the order is all wrong.
First time I've noticed that - maybe it only does it with previous day's PM stuff being assumed as being current day's AM ?

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