Author Topic: Comodo Dragon v57.0.2987.92 is now available for download.  (Read 4564 times)

Offline smartodo

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Re: Comodo Dragon v57.0.2987.92 is now available for download.
« Reply #15 on: May 10, 2017, 10:25:35 AM »
In new Comodo i have some bugs (some apps have black window. Some videos gets freeze, but sound works. Some new tabs get stuck ) when hardware acceleration turning on. When turning off acceleration bugs disappear.

Can confirm. Disabling hardware acceleration solves the issue I mentioned having with black UI of Chrome Apps (Signal Desktop)

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Re: Comodo Dragon v57.0.2987.92 is now available for download.
« Reply #16 on: May 10, 2017, 11:10:00 AM »
When watching YouTube 1080p 60fps video, browser has a high percentage of dropped frames. I like to use the extension Magic Actions for YouTube because of all of the available player sizes. Default, theater, cinema, what I call full-browser and last but not least, full-screen. The player size that I'm seeing Dragon have a problem with is the 'full-browser' which is the size I usually use. When watching 1080p 60fps video I'm seeing an average of 10% dropped frames which is significantly higher than the previous version of Dragon. I doubt if v55 had 1% dropped frames using any player size. Played the same video three different times and each time the dropped frames were around 10% in Comodo Dragon when using the full-browser player size. I usually use a chromium browser to get caught up on my YouTube subscriptions because of the full-browser player size with Magic Actions. In FF I usually use YouTube High Definition because it works with embedded video but I disabled it to use Magic Actions, which is also installed. CPU usage is doubled in Dragon compared to what Chrome, Vivaldi and FF use. And GPU load is half of what the other browsers use. "Hardware acceleration" is enabled in all browsers. Dragon, Chrome and Vivaldi, use the same settings, flags and extensions. The video used is from Erica Griffin because I know all of her 1080p videos are 60fps. Video was played for 2 minutes. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sgk7V_C5qxA

Comodo Dragon, cpu usage percentage is mid 40's, gpu load percentage mid 20's. 750 dropped frames.
Chrome v58 x64, cpu usage mid 20's, gpu load mid 40's. 8 dropped frames.
Vivaldi x64 w/58 base, cpu usage mid 20's, gpu load mid 40's. 6 dropped frames.
Firefox v52 ESR x64, cpu usage in the teens, gpu load high 40's. 0 dropped frames.

Running: Win7 Pro x64, Core i-5 [at] 3.2-3.4GHz, 16GB ram, Sandisk Extreme Pro ssd, GTX 750Ti SC.

 

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Re: Comodo Dragon v57.0.2987.92 is now available for download.
« Reply #17 on: May 10, 2017, 11:13:47 AM »
Previous version (55?) cured the problem with videos on facebook and twitter......wonderful!  Now with this latest version the problems are back AND I'm having conflicts playing some flash video clips.
Is there any way to dump this latest version and revert to the previous version please?  I was SOO happy for a week or so :(
Also the Comodo Dragon start icon has disappeared from my desk top, so I have to open from programme files!  :O

Thanks!

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Re: Comodo Dragon v57.0.2987.92 is now available for download.
« Reply #18 on: May 10, 2017, 12:47:48 PM »
I noticed another issue with 'use hardware acceleration when available' being enabled, videos on https://vid.me/ will show a black screen but you can still hear the video being played. Turning off hardware acceleration you can see videos normally.

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Re: Comodo Dragon v57.0.2987.92 is now available for download.
« Reply #19 on: May 10, 2017, 12:59:09 PM »
For all people looking for a download location of Dragaon v 52 please check Filepuma: http://www.filepuma.com/download/comodo_dragon_internet_browser_52.15.25.663-12733/ .

I would like to encourage everybody to keep local copies of installers of important programs. HD space is not the issue.  88) 8)

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Re: Comodo Dragon v57.0.2987.92 is now available for download.
« Reply #20 on: May 10, 2017, 01:52:21 PM »
First tried updating to v57 under limited account (under windows 10) and was shown the following message (see 1). Next, logged on as administrator, expecting to continue the update process but shown this message (see 2). Neither updates displayed a prompt to accept license agreement :'(. Will manually update instead.

Btw, thanks for the update :-TU

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Offline smartodo

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Re: Comodo Dragon v57.0.2987.92 is now available for download.
« Reply #21 on: May 10, 2017, 04:13:23 PM »
Seems like there is a blanket mistrust for Let'sEnctypt CAs with this release.
Now plain http looks "better" than encrypted with their CA, which is nonsense.

Seems like free CA availability is biting Comodo's business in the ass, so they decided to sort of censor it.
Really sh***y move Comodo...


And if the excuse is punycode vulnerability - it's just lame attempt to piggyback on the hot issue to advance Comodo's interest, not actually a fix.

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Re: Comodo Dragon v57.0.2987.92 is now available for download.
« Reply #22 on: May 10, 2017, 04:55:09 PM »
When watching YouTube 1080p 60fps video, browser has a high percentage of dropped frames. I like to use the extension Magic Actions for YouTube because of all of the available player sizes. Default, theater, cinema, what I call full-browser and last but not least, full-screen. The player size that I'm seeing Dragon have a problem with is the 'full-browser' which is the size I usually use. When watching 1080p 60fps video I'm seeing an average of 10% dropped frames which is significantly higher than the previous version of Dragon. I doubt if v55 had 1% dropped frames using any player size. Played the same video three different times and each time the dropped frames were around 10% in Comodo Dragon when using the full-browser player size. I usually use a chromium browser to get caught up on my YouTube subscriptions because of the full-browser player size with Magic Actions. In FF I usually use YouTube High Definition because it works with embedded video but I disabled it to use Magic Actions, which is also installed. CPU usage is doubled in Dragon compared to what Chrome, Vivaldi and FF use. And GPU load is half of what the other browsers use. "Hardware acceleration" is enabled in all browsers. Dragon, Chrome and Vivaldi, use the same settings, flags and extensions. The video used is from Erica Griffin because I know all of her 1080p videos are 60fps. Video was played for 2 minutes. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sgk7V_C5qxA

Comodo Dragon, cpu usage percentage is mid 40's, gpu load percentage mid 20's. 750 dropped frames.
Chrome v58 x64, cpu usage mid 20's, gpu load mid 40's. 8 dropped frames.
Vivaldi x64 w/58 base, cpu usage mid 20's, gpu load mid 40's. 6 dropped frames.
Firefox v52 ESR x64, cpu usage in the teens, gpu load high 40's. 0 dropped frames.

Running: Win7 Pro x64, Core i-5 [at] 3.2-3.4GHz, 16GB ram, Sandisk Extreme Pro ssd, GTX 750Ti SC.

 
What are the results when disabling use hardware acceleration?

I noticed another issue with 'use hardware acceleration when available' being enabled, videos on https://vid.me/ will show a black screen but you can still hear the video being played. Turning off hardware acceleration you can see videos normally.
This only appears to happen on Windows 10, Windows 7 I can view videos fine with hardware acceleration enabled.

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Re: Comodo Dragon v57.0.2987.92 is now available for download.
« Reply #23 on: May 11, 2017, 02:07:42 AM »
After navigating to any web page, when clicking the ' Home ' button you are not taken to the webpage that is set as your home page, but remain on the current webpage  ???

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Re: Comodo Dragon v57.0.2987.92 is now available for download.
« Reply #24 on: May 11, 2017, 07:24:29 AM »
Im pretty much facing issues in 57. CPU seems to be quite high (40%), rendering was not as smooth as Chrome 58. 55 Was perfect, but when I tried downgrading to an older version of 55, there seems to be problems in rendering in the old 55, with occasional whitescreens and pages in edx.org not rendered properly

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Re: Comodo Dragon v57.0.2987.92 is now available for download.
« Reply #25 on: May 11, 2017, 07:27:23 AM »
Ive Downgraded using the official installer hosted at : https://ufile.io/nzdys (Version 55)
Anyone can try replicating the issue by first upgrading to 57 then downgrade using the installer file

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Re: Comodo Dragon v57.0.2987.92 is now available for download.
« Reply #26 on: May 11, 2017, 10:30:05 AM »
... I encounter the problem occasionally that some hyperlinks in some webpages take forever to be loaded if I attempt to open the hyperlinks in a new tab by clicking the middle mouse button. The new tab gets stuck. Refresh the tab doesn't help. However, if I just type the url address in a new tab, the page is loaded perfectly fine.

I have the same problem. An example is when I middle-click to LinkedIn links in email newsletters via inbox.google.com

Edit: Actually every link that I mid-click in the emails via inbox.google.com gets stuck. I always have to copy the address, open a new tab and paste&go.
« Last Edit: May 11, 2017, 10:56:06 AM by keremispirli »

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Re: Comodo Dragon v57.0.2987.92 is now available for download.
« Reply #27 on: May 11, 2017, 01:48:30 PM »
Ive Downgraded using the official installer hosted at : https://ufile.io/nzdys (Version 55)
Anyone can try replicating the issue by first upgrading to 57 then downgrade using the installer file
For people who would like to enjoy a faster download download v55 from Filepuma: http://www.filepuma.com/download/comodo_dragon_internet_browser_55.0.2883.59-14632/ .

 !ot! Other than that I would like to encourage all to keep local copies of the installers of important programs on your hd in case you would need to go back to a previous version. It is beyound me why people rely on the fleeting nature of the web for installers and other important files.  :-\

 

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Re: Comodo Dragon v57.0.2987.92 is now available for download.
« Reply #28 on: May 11, 2017, 07:42:18 PM »
When I try to update, I get "Downloaded file is not properly signed."

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Re: Comodo Dragon v57.0.2987.92 is now available for download.
« Reply #29 on: May 12, 2017, 07:51:51 AM »
Thanks for update.

I have question.When will Comodo Dragon release x64 build?

 

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