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What client do you use for multiple LG instances?

Optimal Looking Glass Client (for multi account)  

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I'd like to poll the community to figure out the optimal client to use (ie. OSBuddy, Firefox, etc..) for multiple Looking Glass instances so as to minimize CPU and RAM usage. So far I'm using OSBuddy but it eats up CPU/RAM like candy, so please share your experiences below.

 

 

 

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@Flax @Dukat Is there a specific version of firefox you use? I have tried it before but experienced the tabs freezing quite frequently. Maybe a newer version would help, but it still needs to be in 32-bit to work with LG right? Thanks

 

I found that this only really happened if I was using tabs and didn't have the RS client tab selected, so to fix this I open a new firefox for each LG client. This might add unnecessary resource usage but it fixed the freezing for me.

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