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Firefox doesn't display all of the images on Flickr, is there a way to fix this?

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  • k0forcience Apr 04, 2009

    images are not being displayed in Firefox 3.0.8 on Mac OS X

    I'm not having this issue with Safari or other browsers.


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Is it this issue reported here http://wp.dembowski.net/2008/07/19/flickr-firefox-3-problem/

Posted on Sep 23, 2008

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Images not displayed


Try clearing your browser's history but if the problem still presists:
Reinstall Firefox
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Mar 28, 2013 | Mozilla Firefox

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Firefox Tweak to max speed


There are dozens of articles on how to speed up and optimize Mozilla Firefox using various tweaks to the default Firefox settings. I've used Firefox for years now and when I upgrade from one PC to another I always forget my top tweaks I use to make Firefox faster and then have to research them again. So now I'm going to document my favorite speed tweaks here on my blog for future reference.<br /><br />1) Tweak the page render time from 250ms to 0ms.<br />This value is the amount of time the browser waits before it displays the web page. Mozilla applications render web pages incrementally - they display what's been received of a page before the entire page has been downloaded. Since the "start" of a web page normally doesn't have much useful information to display, Mozilla applications will wait a short interval (default: 250ms) before first rendering a page. But with fast broadband connections you can set this to '0' and get a nice speed boost!<br /><br />How:<br />Open the Firefox "config" page: click into the Firefox address location bar, and type about:config, and press Enter.<br /><br />The Config file will appear in the Firefox browser.<br />Right-click, New, integer. Type 'nglayout.initialpaint.delay' and set to '0'.<br /><br />2) Turn on http pipelining, a technique in which multiple HTTP requests are written out to a single socket without waiting for the corresponding responses. This results in a dramatic improvement in page load times. Normally the browser will make one request to a web page at a time, but when you enable pipelining it will make several at once.<br /><br />How:<br />In the about:config page, filter on this text 'pipel', which will display this:<br /><br /><img src="havingline.jpg" /><br /><br />Set your settings as follows:<br />network.http.pipelining: true<br />network.http.pipelining.maxrequests: 8 (screenshot shows '100' but it maxes out at 8)<br />network.http.proxy.pipelining: true<br /><br />3) Increase RAM cache setting value for 'browser.cache.memory.capacity'<br />When images are loaded, they can be cached so they don't need to be decoded or uncompressed to be redisplayed. This reduces the amount of network activity to reload previously viewed messages. This preference controls the maximum amount of memory to use for caching decoded images, messages, and chrome items (application user interface elements). By default it is set to '-1' to automatically decide the maximum memory to use to cache decoded images, messages, and chrome based on the total amount of RAM. Here's the default values depending on your RAM:<br /><br />Physical RAM Memory Cache (in KB)<br />32 MB 2048<br />64 MB 4096<br />128 MB 6144<br />256 MB 10240<br />512 MB 14336<br />1 GB 18432<br />2 GB 24576<br />4 GB 30720<br />8 GB and up 32768<br /><br />The default values are a bit on the low-side. For instance, I have 16GB on my PC, so I can easily bump the automatic 32676 setting to double or even triple that. If you set this to a high fixed value you will see noticeably improved back/forward button performance while going many steps back/forward within Firefox.<br /><br />How:<br />In the about:config page, you can search for 'browser.cache.memory.capacity'. If it's not there, just add it with the type 'Integer' and set the Integer value to a high value. I set mine to 131072.<br /><br />4) This tweak is debatable. I've read changing content.notify.backoffcount can improve performance. What does this parameter do? According to Mozilla, "Rather than wait until a page has completely downloaded to display it to the user, Mozilla applications will periodically render what has been received to that point. Because reflowing the page every time additional data is received greatly slows down total page load time, a timer was added so that the page would not reflow too often. This preference controls the maximum number of times the content will do timer-based reflows. After this number has been reached, the page will only reflow once it is finished downloading."<br /><br />So, if a page reflows too often, it can slow down your browser. This was probably more true when on pokey dial-up connections where some of the images would load but not finish and depending on the size of the image, it could reflow the text incorrectly until another image loaded or the css stylesheet finished loading, etc. Nevertheless, if you want to try this tweak, I read setting it to '5' works well. So Firefox will reflow 5 times, and then on the 6th time, it will just wait for the page to completely load instead of reflowing the entire page again. But if you want to give it a go:<br /><br />How:<br />In about:config, set content.notify.backoffcount = 5<br /><br />5) Enable Windows to swap memory Firefox is using from RAM onto the hard disk. Benefits: Frees up RAM Firefox is using, so that Firefox is only using about 10MB when minimized. As a side benefit, this seems to help with the "memory leak" that Firefox is known for. Somehow when you minimize Firefox, and then restore it, Firefox does NOT use as much RAM as it did previously. So no need to restart Firefox periodically! Drawback: It can cause a delay when the program is restored since it has to read from your hard disk instead of RAM.<br /><br />How:<br />Set config.trim_on_minimize to 'true' (If this doesn't exist in about:config, add it as a Boolean value)<br /><br />So those are my top 5 Firefox tweaks. Now close and restart your Firefox browser and you should see an immediate increase in page rendering, web page transfer speed, and faster loading of all your tabbed windows. Enjoy!<br /><br />Update:<br />Make sure Network.prefetch-next = 'true'. Mine was already set, but just in case, make sure yours is on for the best page load times.<br /><br />

on Apr 27, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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Why does my instax mini have three lights flashing?


According to the manual, you need to replace all the batteries with fresh ones, preferably camera ones, and all the same power/brand.

See the Flickr thread about this - seems like this works some of the time, so if it doesn't work first time, try switching to another set of four batteries and see if it's fixed.

http://www.flickr.com/groups/instax/discuss/72157622943415896/

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Use third party image editor, like Photo shop, they all support image annotation.

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All my friends profile pictures disappeared


Try to empty your browser cache and restart it.

If that still doesn't work, you might have accidentally blocked facebook servers from displaying images.
If you are using firefox, Go to:
Options,
Contents
images - Exceptions

Remove the facebook server from the list, they usually start with FB

Aug 10, 2011 | Facebook Social Network

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Firefox cant display my image from html


When browsing the Internet, a number of different issues can occur with your browser or your Internet connection that may cause some or all of the images or pictures to not appear or be displayed as a broken image as shown in the image to the right. Below is a listing of some of the different situations that apply to this document as well as the suggestions and resolutions to fixing the issue.
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Display image is great but when I take picture the image is ligh


This sounds like it might be a defective CCD imager. If so, Canon should fix this for you for free, including free shipping both ways. This is regardless of your camera's warranty status. Please check this link for more info.

Applicable cameras include:
A40, A60, A70, A75, A80, A85, A95, A300, A310, S1 IS, S60, S200, S230, S330, S400, S410, S500, SD100, SD110, IXUS V2/300/400/430/500, IXY Digital 30/30a/200a/300a/D320/400/ 450/500

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Flickr causes firefox to crash


Reinstall firefox, the page and the cookies that come in with the flickr page crashes firefox because firefox is missing something

Jun 21, 2009 | Flickr Photos

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Why doesn't my scanned picture appear on Flickr when I upload it?


it should in jbeg or gif format only. not in pdf

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