FEBE used to do a much bigger profile (help...)

Problems and experiences with my extensions on the Windows 7 platform.

Re: FEBE used to do a much bigger profile (help...)

Postby cbaker_admin » Sat Mar 16, 2013 3:18 pm

Ok ... I've got a fix. FEBE will now run all "backup on shutdown"s synchronously regardless of the setting in FEBE options. Please install FEBE 7.2.1pre and let me know if it works for you.
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Re: FEBE used to do a much bigger profile (help...)

Postby kadiir » Sun Mar 17, 2013 12:47 am

Yes, I get the same results whether or not "Run asynchronously" is checked.
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Re: FEBE used to do a much bigger profile (help...)

Postby CraigS » Thu May 02, 2013 3:16 pm

Ok ... I've got a fix. FEBE will now run all "backup on shutdown"s synchronously regardless of the setting in FEBE options
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Hi, Chuck .... I usually "Shutdown" my computer once at day's end BUT I "Close" Firefox (ie) 25 times a day.

What does [BkUp at Browser Shutdown] mean? (25 BkUps?) ..... Auto-BkUp at Computer Shutdown seems perfect but that's Not what the Options offer says.

Thanks again for a Great App!
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Re: FEBE used to do a much bigger profile (help...)

Postby cbaker_admin » Thu May 02, 2013 4:56 pm

FEBE considers a "shutdown" to be what happens when you click the red "X" in the corner of the browser. File > Restart and File > Exit are not considered shutdowns in this sense. Backups on shutdown are always run synchronously so they will complete before the Fx window disappears.

You can get more information by clicking the blue "i" help icon under FEBE Options > When to backup > Startup/Shutdown.
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Re: FEBE used to do a much bigger profile (help...)

Postby CraigS » Fri May 03, 2013 3:28 am

You must cringe when the answer has already been given in Help. Thanks for the Reply; Your Help is more useful than most.
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