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Has Palemoon suddenly become a resource hog? (No, seems not)
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dogle

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PostPosted: Thu 30 Apr 2020, 19:10    Post subject:  

In view of watchdog's remarks re. user agent issues, perhaps I should mention that Moonchild &co have again been busy, and as of today Palemoon (PM) is now at version 28.9.2 following several minor revisions some of which have included user agent fixing tweaks.

Before sewing up this thread, I'd like to pose a supplementary question:
- since switching to Dpup Stretch with PM a year or so ago I've been dismayed to see lots of apparently redundant files cluttering my system.
F'rinstance, 12K files of the form ~/.event-sound-cache.tdb.[hashcode].i586-pc-linux-gnu, (I don't intentionally download any audio), and hundreds of 0B files of the form /tmp.gsf-save-xxxxx where xxxxxx is something like 0FMO10.

These files are persistent, in that they are not removed by clearing the PM cache, but searching the PM forum for these formats has given me nil results so I don't know whether this is a PM glitch - or perhaps one in Dpup Stretch? - any enlightenment would be very welcome.

(I'm sorry to see that Dpup Stretch developer has been silent here since November - hey, radky, if you're out there, I do hope you are OK).
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