About W9Gs build--Seamonkey-2.53.5b1pre

Hi,

I downloaded the build by W9G seamonkey-2.53.5b1pre  on September 13 
(today).  I the last build I had downloaded was from September 7.

The first thing I Noticed was how fast and responsive it was compared to 
the build from September 7 that I had been using.  Has anyone else tried 
any of the builds by W9G recently and noticed the speed and 
responsiveness improvements.  What a difference.

BTW I am using MacOS 10.15.6.
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Paul
9/14/2020 1:30:53 AM
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Paul Bergsagel wrote on 14/09/2020 11:30 AM:
> Hi,
> 
> I downloaded the build by W9G seamonkey-2.53.5b1pre  on September 13 
> (today).  I the last build I had downloaded was from September 7.
> 
> The first thing I Noticed was how fast and responsive it was compared to 
> the build from September 7 that I had been using.  Has anyone else tried 
> any of the builds by W9G recently and noticed the speed and 
> responsiveness improvements.  What a difference.
> 
> BTW I am using MacOS 10.15.6.

Paul, when you installed the latest, did you flush the cache to ensure 
the SM had to re-acquire the web-site data i.e. to stop it just re-using 
the Cached data??
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Daniel

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Daniel
9/14/2020 4:59:33 AM
Daniel wrote:
> Paul Bergsagel wrote on 14/09/2020 11:30 AM:
>> Hi,
>>
>> I downloaded the build by W9G seamonkey-2.53.5b1pre  on September 13 
>> (today).  I the last build I had downloaded was from September 7.
>>
>> The first thing I Noticed was how fast and responsive it was compared 
>> to the build from September 7 that I had been using.  Has anyone else 
>> tried any of the builds by W9G recently and noticed the speed and 
>> responsiveness improvements.  What a difference.
>>
>> BTW I am using MacOS 10.15.6.
> 
> Paul, when you installed the latest, did you flush the cache to ensure 
> the SM had to re-acquire the web-site data i.e. to stop it just re-using 
> the Cached data??
I don't use the cache and have it set to use 0 mb of disk space. The 
browser was to retrieving stored data from the cache.
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Paul
9/15/2020 2:59:47 AM
Paul Bergsagel wrote on 15/09/2020 12:59 PM:
> Daniel wrote:
>> Paul Bergsagel wrote on 14/09/2020 11:30 AM:
>>> Hi,
>>>
>>> I downloaded the build by W9G seamonkey-2.53.5b1pre  on September 13 
>>> (today).  I the last build I had downloaded was from September 7.
>>>
>>> The first thing I Noticed was how fast and responsive it was compared 
>>> to the build from September 7 that I had been using.  Has anyone else 
>>> tried any of the builds by W9G recently and noticed the speed and 
>>> responsiveness improvements.  What a difference.
>>>
>>> BTW I am using MacOS 10.15.6.
>>
>> Paul, when you installed the latest, did you flush the cache to ensure 
>> the SM had to re-acquire the web-site data i.e. to stop it just 
>> re-using the Cached data??
> I don't use the cache and have it set to use 0 mb of disk space. The 
> browser was to retrieving stored data from the cache.

Hmm! Sorry, Paul, did you mean "The browser was *not set* to retrieving 
stored data from the cache."??
-- 
Daniel

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Daniel
9/15/2020 9:11:33 AM
Daniel wrote:
> Paul Bergsagel wrote on 15/09/2020 12:59 PM:
>> Daniel wrote:
>>> Paul Bergsagel wrote on 14/09/2020 11:30 AM:
>>>> Hi,
>>>>
>>>> I downloaded the build by W9G seamonkey-2.53.5b1pre  on September 13 
>>>> (today).  I the last build I had downloaded was from September 7.
>>>>
>>>> The first thing I Noticed was how fast and responsive it was 
>>>> compared to the build from September 7 that I had been using.  Has 
>>>> anyone else tried any of the builds by W9G recently and noticed the 
>>>> speed and responsiveness improvements.  What a difference.
>>>>
>>>> BTW I am using MacOS 10.15.6.
>>>
>>> Paul, when you installed the latest, did you flush the cache to 
>>> ensure the SM had to re-acquire the web-site data i.e. to stop it 
>>> just re-using the Cached data??
>> I don't use the cache and have it set to use 0 mb of disk space. The 
>> browser was to retrieving stored data from the cache.
> 
> Hmm! Sorry, Paul, did you mean "The browser was *not set* to retrieving 
> stored data from the cache."??
Yes. I don't use the cache when browsing.

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Paul
9/16/2020 12:56:37 AM
Paul Bergsagel wrote on 16/09/2020 10:56 AM:
> Daniel wrote:
>> Paul Bergsagel wrote on 15/09/2020 12:59 PM:
>>> Daniel wrote:
>>>> Paul Bergsagel wrote on 14/09/2020 11:30 AM:
>>>>> Hi,
>>>>>
>>>>> I downloaded the build by W9G seamonkey-2.53.5b1pre  on September 
>>>>> 13 (today).  I the last build I had downloaded was from September 7.
>>>>>
>>>>> The first thing I Noticed was how fast and responsive it was 
>>>>> compared to the build from September 7 that I had been using.  Has 
>>>>> anyone else tried any of the builds by W9G recently and noticed the 
>>>>> speed and responsiveness improvements.  What a difference.
>>>>>
>>>>> BTW I am using MacOS 10.15.6.
>>>>
>>>> Paul, when you installed the latest, did you flush the cache to 
>>>> ensure the SM had to re-acquire the web-site data i.e. to stop it 
>>>> just re-using the Cached data??
>>> I don't use the cache and have it set to use 0 mb of disk space. The 
>>> browser was to retrieving stored data from the cache.
>>
>> Hmm! Sorry, Paul, did you mean "The browser was *not set* to 
>> retrieving stored data from the cache."??
> Yes. I don't use the cache when browsing.
> 
O.K., so that means that when you go to a web-site, SM *must* get the 
required information anew, so things must be happening faster.

However, I expect 'The Web' is not acting faster just because you are 
using SM 2.53.5b1pre, just your computer device must be displaying 
things a bit quicker .... so I'm having troubles thinking there would be 
a really noticeable speed increase ... marginal, Yeah, sure, but greatly 
increased ... don't know!!

But, if it seems so, to you, great!!
-- 
Daniel

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Daniel
9/16/2020 6:39:51 AM
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