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Maybe you're overloading the browser disk cache. You've got enough RAM for you to use some of the available RAM to give your browser cache some help. In Firefox you can do this by typing about:config in the address bar and then modifying the entry for browser.cache.memory.max_entry_size to a higher number such as 512000. This is one of the reasons why I ...
The reason is that chromium works differently than other browsers. Firefox has a single process for all the tabs you open, but chromium creates one process for every tab that has a good nice value too, so when you open more number of tabs, your system will be as fast as snail. top will be a good proof for it.
After consulting the discussions about this bug, I found the issue is caused by the font 85-wqy-bitmapsong, which is installed by package wqy-bitmapfont
I tested the Chinese Wikipedia with both 32.0.1687.2 and 33.0.1711.3 and neither of them had any problem displaying the title. Btw, chromium does have a log. Try starting chromium from terminal emulator as such: chromium --enable-logging --v=1 https://zh.wikipedia.org/ Then check, ~/.config/chromium/chrome_debug.log.
This fixed the problem for me. Install the dejavu fonts. sudo pacman -S ttf-dejavu
You can directly modify ~/.local/share/applications/mimeapps.list Change: inode/directory=nautilus.desktop to: inode/directory=YourFileManager.desktop Eg: inode/directory=pcmanfm.desktop
Generally, a keyring is a secure password store, that is encrypted with a master password. Once you input the master password, the keyring gets decrypted and all the passwords inside it are available to the application accessing the keyring. On Gnome/Ubuntu the seahorse application can be used to look at the keyring and the master password is the same with ...
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