Invisible Textboxes with FireFox
Today morning, as my FireFox requested an upgrade to the newer version and I religiously clicked yes. When it completed the update, it wanted to restart itself and I adhered to its order too. But after restart interestingly, some of my most commonly used websites presented their login pages with invisible textboxes. But when click somewhere in the context, it could recognize the textbox element.
An amazing persistence ability of session of FireFox to Task Manager End Process
Today morning my system behaved little weird. I am trying to be little optimistic. The good old system with its meagre resources on RAM had been that way for long though anyway. But that is another story. 🙂 The FireFox was getting too much of memory and after a good deal of haggling and bargaining for well over five minutes, I chose to outsource the deal of paying tribute to the process life of FireFox.
When I restarted FireFox, I was amazed to see the following message like ‘FireFox session was killed and if I wanted to restore session’. Task Manager warned me before end process that sessions would be destroyed without any chance of resurrection but interestingly, FireFox offered me to help restore damaged and sabotaged sessions.
This is one good example that we should also try getting into our applications like persisting data so that the user can be spared for his hard word in case of catastrophic failures.