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Firefox 33.1: "html5 browser with css 3d transforms ..."

by zebragruen » Tue Nov 11, 2014 9:57 am

Today I found this message on my fresh installed win7 (32bit) , using firefox 33.1:

"html5 browser with css 3d transforms or webgl support required".
It happens when I click on this page: http://www.talking-pano.de/haefelinger.html


Now, wait before clicking. I dubble checked it on my win7/64 bit and all was perfect. So no problem here.
And no problem with IE on my win7/32 bit.

Any idea what is wrong?

Thanks,
Alex

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Re: Firefox 33.1: "html5 browser with css 3d transforms ..."

by mediavets » Tue Nov 11, 2014 10:39 am

zebragruen wrote:Today I found this message on my fresh installed win7 (32bit) , using firefox 33.1:

"html5 browser with css 3d transforms or webgl support required".
It happens when I click on this page: http://www.talking-pano.de/haefelinger.html


Now, wait before clicking. I dubble checked it on my win7/64 bit and all was perfect. So no problem here.
And no problem with IE on my win7/32 bit.

Any idea what is wrong?

Thanks,
Alex



I see error messages when viewing with FF 33.1 on Win7/64:
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Re: Firefox 33.1: "html5 browser with css 3d transforms ..."

by zebragruen » Tue Nov 11, 2014 3:52 pm

Yes, could be that you met the project while it was uploading.

I did upoad it once more.
Then deleted the actual version on FF. Then installed new version.

Right now my pano is still uploading, but FF showns right in the beginning the error message.
Other browsers show the pano in the upload process and no error message.

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Re: Firefox 33.1: "html5 browser with css 3d transforms ..."

by mediavets » Tue Nov 11, 2014 7:18 pm

zebragruen wrote:Yes, could be that you met the project while it was uploading.

I did upoad it once more.
Then deleted the actual version on FF. Then installed new version.

Right now my pano is still uploading, but FF showns right in the beginning the error message.
Other browsers show the pano in the upload process and no error message.


It's OK now on Win7/64 with FF 33.1:
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Re: Firefox 33.1: "html5 browser with css 3d transforms ..."

by zebragruen » Wed Nov 12, 2014 7:14 am

Yes, the same with my FF33.1 in win7/64.

But this pic shows the situation on FF 33.1 on win7/32
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Re: Firefox 33.1: "html5 browser with css 3d transforms ..."  [SOLVED]

by klaus/krpano » Wed Nov 12, 2014 10:05 am

Hi,

that means your Firefox isn't using/supporting your graphic card or your graphic card drivers - probably too old and blacklisted graphic card drivers.

Enter this url in Firefox to get information about the graphics support:
about:support#graphics-tbody

To solve the problem try updating your graphic card drivers.

Best regards,
Klaus

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Re: Firefox 33.1: "html5 browser with css 3d transforms ..."

by zebragruen » Wed Nov 12, 2014 10:59 am

Thank you Klaus!

That's it.
Geht doch nix über 'nen Fachmann! :)

Alex


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