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    Hi,

    I just saw a message in the samples section pop up, that Firefox is known to cause performance issues.

    Is there any whitepaper or guidelines on what browsers give the best performance when using ExtJS ?

    Thanks,
    Martin

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    Can you be please more specific? Any example that would show Firefox performance issues?

    Note: I personally have no problems with FF performance.
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    No, i have not seen any specific. We are still new to the framework. It is just if you go here: http://www.extjs.com/deploy/dev/examples/ you will be presented with a pop-up telling you that FF is causing performance issues. The i would like to know what browsers give the best ExtJS performance, if FF is not the best choice.

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    It is not message about Firefox but about Firbug. Firebug is the major development tool and should be used only during development, not at runtime because its use does bring about performance penalty.
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    My mistake.. You are right..

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