If I open an individual hub and then click on the stats button, my browser crashes instantly.
I am using Firefox 15, which updated itself earlier today. I don't know if this is a long-standing problem ranging over several versions, because I have not tried looking at stats over the last several months.
Firefox seems to update itself without asking my opinion! I started off with version 14, and now it's turned into version 15 without me initiating anything in this respect.
It's not a disaster, because if I am really desperate, I can open a hub in Chrome (which I don't use otherwise, because it is very, very slow). I thought, though, that you should know.
Firefox has three build channels: full releases, beta, and development.
You should be able to change Firefox's settings so your browser only updates to the release version.
http://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questi … wer-274209
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