I want to send emails to all the people in a folder without having to look up each person's email and add them to a contacts list. I do have a contacts list that I could…
I want to send emails to all the people in a folder without having to look up each person's email and add them to a contacts list. I do have a contacts list that I could move all of them to.
How can I accomplish this task with the least amount of effort?
I am doing this from my old desktop Mac, but do have Firefox on a much newer iMac laptop.
Am using 3.6.26 as newer version won't use fingerpring scan - accessing photobucket, browser goes to "transferring data from loadus.exelator.com" and locks up.
Not a problem using IE, but I like firefox better - faster & has adblock. I also get the "firefox has crashed" each time I close the browser, but that is not a major…
Not a problem using IE, but I like firefox better - faster & has adblock. I also get the "firefox has crashed" each time I close the browser, but that is not a major problem.
I can't download the newest version of firefox, it downloads, and then when I want to drag the icon into the applications folder, it doesn't complete.
same as above, but at the end of the download it goes "boink" and closes
I have tried everything that supposedly clears my cache and it hasn't worked. Including a clear cache button. Well, I noticed something recently. This only seems to happe…
I have tried everything that supposedly clears my cache and it hasn't worked. Including a clear cache button. Well, I noticed something recently. This only seems to happen when I hover over a bookmark folder with TONS of bookmarks in it, or open up the downloads box and I haven't cleaned it up recently. So, really we need an addon to clear whatever cache holds all of the website icons displayed in our bookmarks or clear that memory sector up or whatever.
This computer runs Mac OS 10.4.11 on a Power PC chip. I keep getting a small window at the top of the screen that says: "Some plugins used by this page are out of date".…
This computer runs Mac OS 10.4.11 on a Power PC chip. I keep getting a small window at the top of the screen that says: "Some plugins used by this page are out of date". The problem is that this old computer will not accept any of the new plugins proposed (Flash, QuickTime, Java, etc.). How can I stop the message from popping up?
Как регистрация, всё время одно слово не читается (уже полчаса обновляю), а слушать слова нет возможности?
Хочу отсавить коментарии, для этого надо регистрироваться, а уменя не получается, по этом возник вопрос Как регистрация, если в течение получаса в разделе 'Пожалуйста, …
Хочу отсавить коментарии, для этого надо регистрироваться, а уменя не получается, по этом возник вопрос
Как регистрация, если в течение получаса в разделе 'Пожалуйста, введите ниже оба слова, разделенные пробелом' если ВСЁ время одно слово не читается а слушать слова нет возможности?
So today I all of a sudden started having a ton of problems with Firefox. I'm using version 3.6.26 and a few things have gone wrong today. First off, when watching YouTu…
So today I all of a sudden started having a ton of problems with Firefox. I'm using version 3.6.26 and a few things have gone wrong today.
First off, when watching YouTube videos (usually right as a new video is about to load) my Firefox sometimes freezes and I have to X the program out. This has happened frequently today and only on YouTube videos. I tried using Safe Mode and this still kept happening.
Second off, I keep getting a Crash message whenever I X out Firefox normally. This means that whenever I hit the red X in the top right corner of my browser, a couple of seconds later, I get the message that Firefox has crashed, asking me if I want to send a report. I have no idea why any of this has started randomly happening and it's gotten on my nerves.
Does anyone have a clue what I can do to fix this?
Oregon's site for the U. S. Bankruptcy Court electronic filing system indicates it supports Firefox version 3.5 or Internet Explorer versions 7 and 8. I would like to up…
Oregon's site for the U. S. Bankruptcy Court electronic filing system indicates it supports Firefox version 3.5 or Internet Explorer versions 7 and 8.
I would like to upgrade, but need the ability to file documents in the bankruptcy court.
multiple plugtmp-1 plugtmp-2 etc. in local\temp folder stay , crossdomain.xml and other files containing visited websitenames created while private browsing
OS = Windows 7 When I visit a site like youtube whith private browsing enabled and with the add-on named "shockwave flash" in firefox add-on list installed and activate t…
OS = Windows 7
When I visit a site like youtube whith private browsing enabled and with the add-on named "shockwave flash" in firefox add-on list installed and activate the flashplayer by going to a video the following files are created in the folder C:\Users\MyUserName\AppData\Local\Temp\plugtmp-1
-<cross-domain-policy> <allow-access-from domain="s.ytimg.com"/> <allow-access-from domain="*.youtube.com"/> </cross-domain-policy>
The contents of the other file I will spare you cause I think those are less common when I visit other sites but I certainly don't trust the file. The crossdomain.xml I see when I visit most other flashpayer sites as well.
I've also noticed multiple plugin-crossdomain-1.xml and onwards in numbers, I just clicked a youtube video to test, got 6 of them in my temp plus a file named "plugin-read2" (no more NL file cause I changed my country, don't know how youtube knows where I'm from, but that's another subject, don't like that either). I just noticed one with a different code:
-<cross-domain-policy> <allow-access-from domain="*"/> </cross-domain-policy>
So I guess this one comprimises my browsing history a bit less since it doesn't contain a webadress. If these files are even meant to be deposited in my local\temp folder. The bigger problem occurs when they stay there even after using private browsing, after clearing history, after clearing internet temporary files, cache, whatever you can think of. Which they do in my case, got more than 50 plugtmp-# folders in the previous mentioned local\temp folder containing all website names I visited in the last months. There are a variety of files in them, mostly ASP and XML, some just say file. I have yet to witness such a duplicate folder creation since I started checking my temp (perhaps when firefox crashes? I'd say I've had about 50 crashes in recent months).
I started checking my temp because of the following Microsoft Security Essential warnings I received on 23-4-12:
Microsoft Security Essentials informed me that these files were quarantained and deleted but when going to my temp file they were still there, I deleted them manually and began the great quest of finding out what the multiple gigabytes of other files and folders were doing in that temp folder and not being deleted with the usual clearing options within firefox (and IE).
Note that I have set my adobe flasplayer settings to the most private intense I could think of while doing these tests (don't allow data storage for all websites, disable peer-to peer stuff, don't remember exactly anymore, etc.). I found it highly suspicious that i needed to change these settings online on an adobe website, is that correct? When right-clicking a video only limited privacy options are available which is why I tried the website thing.
I'm sorry for the long story and many questions, hope it doesn't scare you away from helping me fight this. I suspect it's people wanting to belong to the hackergroup Anonymous who are doing this to my system and repeating their tricks (or the virus is still there, but I've done many antivirus scans with different programs so no need to suggest that option to me, they don't find it or I run into it after a while again, so far, have not seen jar_cache show up). Obviously, you may focus on the questions pertaining firefox and plugtmp folders, but if you can help me with any information regarding those exploits I would be extremely grateful, I've read alot but there isn't much specific information for checking where it comes from when all the anti-virus scanners don't detect anything anymore and don't block it incoming. I also have downloaded and installed process monitor but it crashes when I try to run it. The first time I tried to run it it lasted the longest, now it crashes after a few seconds, I just saw the number of events run up to almost a million and lots of cpu usage. When it crashed everything returned back to normal, or at least that's what I'm supposed to think I guess. I'll follow up on that one on their forum, but you can tell me if the program is ligit or not (it has a microsoft digital signature, or the name micosoft is used in that signature).
I uninstalled the update and went back to 3.6.26 because it's more stable and doesn't give me all the issues the newer versions do. I don't want to upgrade!!
What is the difference between version 3.6 and 10.0 as 3.6.26+ is approved by the US Army but version 10.0 is not?
Version 3.6.x is approved by the Army Networthiness command and has a Certificate of Networthiness (CoN)and is also included in the Army Gold Master (AGM) baseline. Vers…
Version 3.6.x is approved by the Army Networthiness command and has a Certificate of Networthiness (CoN)and is also included in the Army Gold Master (AGM) baseline. Version 10 or 7,8,9 do not have a CoN. What is the difference between 3.6 (As it is still offered today) and version 10 which is the latest?
I use a SanDisk Cruzer with U3 Launchpad. I've had to stay with Firefox v3.6.26 because anything more recent doesn't allow the U3 Launchpad to work. Any suggestions?
OS Win7. I've used this USB drive for some time as a secure method to hold passwords I don't use often. When I first updated from Firefox v3 -- whichever version that wa…
OS Win7. I've used this USB drive for some time as a secure method to hold passwords I don't use often. When I first updated from Firefox v3 -- whichever version that was at the time -- to a v4 the U3 Launchpad failed to work. I tried every work around I could find on the Internet. Nothing was successful. I know this software is no longer supported. Whether it is supported should define whether it works. I find that to be an unacceptable excuse. I no longer support my daughter but she still works. She's a far more complicated machine than a PC and a piece of software.
I want to know how to turn off the feature that populates the space with text?
In a VDI environment of about 500 VMs I would like to turn off the check for upgrades for all the VMs' users. We can't upgrade Firefox until we have made sure that the ne…
In a VDI environment of about 500 VMs I would like to turn off the check for upgrades for all the VMs' users. We can't upgrade Firefox until we have made sure that the new version works with specific tools. The VMs are linked clones that are being refreshed to their pre-login state after users log off. This causes the upgrade popup to come up every time users log on. Users do not have permission to upgrade, so this is a nuisance that I would like to eliminate for them.
I found that I can use about:config to turn off the upgrade check on the image from which all VMs are created, but this does not turn it off for all the users, just for the user with which the image is maintained. Is there a central setting that allows me to do this? Or would this require a change to all users' profile? And if the latter, what change would I have to make to their profile?
How do I change the auto fill option? I want to turn it off
I run FF3.6.26 XP Pro-SP3. Something happened to my system proxy settings. FF & other progs can't access the net. I set FF to No Proxy now FF works. How can I change system settings back so I can set FF to use system settings & get my progs working again?
What are the default system proxy settings? How can I check what they currently are? How can I reset them back to the original values? The default network setting for …
What are the default system proxy settings? How can I check what they currently are? How can I reset them back to the original values? The default network setting for FF is to use the system proxy settings, so FF must be able to read what the system settings are. Therefore, Mozilla must have a way of determining at least what the current system settings are. FF will no longer function with the current system settings. I'm quite certain that if my system proxy settings are reset to the defaults, that FF will once again work with it's default network setting of using the system proxy settings, and that all my other net programs will once again be able to access the net.
Hopefully some kind soul will be able to help me with this. Thank you, Gunther
How can I move bookmarks to new Mac when the Sync page says "this add-on has been removed by its author"?
I tried to move bookmarks by creating a Sync profile but it gave me the message "the add-on was removed by its author" and I don't know what that means. Within the forum …
I tried to move bookmarks by creating a Sync profile but it gave me the message "the add-on was removed by its author" and I don't know what that means. Within the forum I found a message indicating I can do this by first updating to Firefox 9 or something, but my current OS is stuck with the Firefox 3.6.26 version and won't upgrade beyond that until I upgrade my OS on my newer computer. So how can I save and move bookmarks to my new computer, a Mac with 10.6?
When using Mozilla Firefox 4.0 or higher, drop down boxes in VMware's Lab Manager are no longer populated so it's not possible to deploy new VMs.
I just want the menu bar, icon toolbar/address bar and tab bar at the top of my window. Can I turn off everything else?
Is it better to have Firefox remember passwords for sites or is it better to enter it manually each time? Which is more secure? My computer requires a log-on password …
Is it better to have Firefox remember passwords for sites or is it better to enter it manually each time? Which is more secure?
My computer requires a log-on password and I also have a master Firefox password that must be entered every time.
I still take this precaution even though I'm the only user at my house.
But what if the computer is hacked? Is it less secure that you have had Firefox remember the passwords and user names?
Also if someone stole the computer, can they remove the hard drive and access my data without my passwords?