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Can you fix this it's only been almost a decade now.

Can you fix FF hanging on 1 core, sending to 100% and freezing Firefox. I mean people have only been complaining about it for over a DECADE !!!!!!!!! People are dropp… (lees meer)

Can you fix FF hanging on 1 core, sending to 100% and freezing Firefox. I mean people have only been complaining about it for over a DECADE !!!!!!!!! People are dropping FF in droves. Stop with the releases and just fix it already.... It used to be the best now its like 6th and falling.......

Asked by oceanmaster1234 1 week gelede

Last reply by TyDraniu 1 week gelede

How do I stop Firefox from changing http to https?

Yes. "Don’t enable HTTPS-Only Mode" is checked. Yes. In about:config "browser.urlbar.autoFill" is set to false. It STILL does it! This is maddening. I'm trying to go t… (lees meer)

Yes. "Don’t enable HTTPS-Only Mode" is checked. Yes. In about:config "browser.urlbar.autoFill" is set to false. It STILL does it! This is maddening. I'm trying to go to an address on my network for my IP cameras. http://192.168.50.65 (for example), and Firefox keeps changing it https! Then of course, it won't connect. How do I stop this? I hate having to start Chrome or Opera to manage these local addresses.

Asked by nosoy1 1 maand gelede

Last reply by cor-el 1 week gelede

Disable "Update Available" popup

I'm pretty sure I'm not alone when I ask how we can disable the "Update available" popup in the top right-hand corner that appears every time we open the browser. I have … (lees meer)

I'm pretty sure I'm not alone when I ask how we can disable the "Update available" popup in the top right-hand corner that appears every time we open the browser.

I have auto-updates turned off because I would like to choose myself when to update the browser and really hate being nagged by the update popup to do so!!!

To be clear, I don't want to turn off updates entirely with the "policies.json" file that I've seen with other questions; I just want to disable the update popup and still be able to update periodically AT MY OWN DISCRETION.

I really don't know why it's so hard for FF developers to give us that popup disabling option. I have always suggested using FF to people I know for over 10 years, but will no longer do so and will be looking for an alternate browser if this continues.

FF is becoming more like Microsoft by trying to dictate what's best for us at the expense of user experience.

Asked by JaymzRG 1 week gelede

Last reply by cor-el 1 week gelede

Failed to import CSV file generated by Brave

So I read on Reddit the intentions of Google with Chrome and adblocker add-ons, and I was worried because Brave (my Android browser until today) is based on Chromium as w… (lees meer)

So I read on Reddit the intentions of Google with Chrome and adblocker add-ons, and I was worried because Brave (my Android browser until today) is based on Chromium as well. I've always been a Firefox user on desktop, and now on mobile as well since the dev team fixed the rendering errors of Firefox on Android. Ok so here goes my question: I've installed Brave on desktop (Linux) since I want my saved mobile login data on Firefox as well. So I exported a plaintext (unencrypted) *.csv file from Brave desktop and I am unable to import it onto Firefox (also on desktop).

I'm aware of the about:config key to be able to import CSV files to Firefox password manager, and is set to True. But the file does not import at all, so I opened the Browser Console and this is the logger output when I try to import the CSV file(screenshot also available):

``` eval() and eval-like uses are not allowed in the Parent Process or in System Contexts (Blocked usage in “chrome://global/content/third_party/d3/d3.js”) d3.js:2040:16

call to Function() blocked by CSP d3.js:2040

   parse chrome://global/content/third_party/d3/d3.js:2040
   parseRows chrome://global/content/third_party/d3/d3.js:2088
   parse chrome://global/content/third_party/d3/d3.js:2038
   importFromCSV resource://gre/modules/LoginCSVImport.jsm:161
   InterpretGeneratorResume self-hosted:1458
   AsyncFunctionNext self-hosted:668

``` Then I looked into a CSV file generated by Firefox and it has the password hashed, so how do I need to proceed?

Is there any tool to convert the CSV contents?


Really, I want to use Firefox on all my devices but this change (for good) came from nowhere...

Hope someone has had this issue and can help me.

Asked by tntekprod 1 week gelede

Last reply by Terry 1 week gelede

no sound after installing latest version (104)

I'm running Debian Stretch and the packaged version of Firefox (91) runs fine but seems a bit dated. I installed ver. 104 manually and everything is fine except that the… (lees meer)

I'm running Debian Stretch and the packaged version of Firefox (91) runs fine but seems a bit dated. I installed ver. 104 manually and everything is fine except that there is no audio. I changed the setup Privacy and Security Autoplay to 'Allow Audio and Video' -- no audio. I've restarted in troubleshoot mode -- no audio. Other browsers, including ver. 91 of Firefox have no trouble with audio. Any ideas? On quitting I get these messages:

3 /opt/firefox 0 $ firefox [GFX1-]: glxtest: libEGL missing methods for GL test [GFX1-]: glxtest: libEGL missing eglGetDisplayDriverName

3 /opt/firefox 0 $ [GFX1-]: glxtest: libEGL missing methods for GL test 12:03PM Tue 6 [GFX1-]: glxtest: libEGL missing eglGetDisplayDriverName [2022-09-06T19:03:40Z ERROR mp4parse] Found 2 nul bytes in "\0\0" [2022-09-06T19:03:40Z ERROR mp4parse] Found 2 nul bytes in "\0\0" [2022-09-06T19:03:40Z ERROR mp4parse] Found 2 nul bytes in "\0\0" [2022-09-06T19:03:40Z ERROR mp4parse] Found 2 nul bytes in "\0\0" [Child 4452, MediaDecoderStateMachine #1] WARNING: 7f1908378700 OpenCubeb() failed to init cubeb: file /builds/worker/checkouts/gecko/dom/media/AudioStream.cpp:281 [Child 4452, MediaDecoderStateMachine #1] WARNING: Decoder=7f1909b8ac00 [OnMediaSinkAudioError]: file /builds/worker/checkouts/gecko/dom/media/MediaDecoderStateMachine.cpp:3979 [2022-09-06T19:05:39Z ERROR viaduct::backend::ffi] Missing HTTP status [2022-09-06T19:05:39Z ERROR viaduct::backend::ffi] Missing HTTP status

Asked by rayandrews 3 weke gelede

Last reply by jonzn4SUSE 1 week gelede

How to toggle on/off the extensions

Hi, I have a extension in chromium based browser which is "extensity", it helps me to turn on off the extension without actually removing them and re-installing them. I n… (lees meer)

Hi, I have a extension in chromium based browser which is "extensity", it helps me to turn on off the extension without actually removing them and re-installing them. I need this because I have too many extension and each of them is useful but not all the time some are rare use, and I don't want them to be turned on all the time. Mainly because I think they will contain more resources and slow down the browser.

Asked by ushadevipkm987 1 week gelede

Last reply by Dropa 1 week gelede

downloads

I'm using Firefox 104 on LInux Mint 19. In settings I have downloads set to the Download folder and "always ask" is checked. However, when downloading a file the dialog o… (lees meer)

I'm using Firefox 104 on LInux Mint 19. In settings I have downloads set to the Download folder and "always ask" is checked. However, when downloading a file the dialog opens to some random folder that ff creates under /run/user/1000/doc, every time, and every time I have to navigate to where I actually want to put the file otherwise I'd have to go searching deep into the file system to find it. In earlier versions (I still have a copy of ff 71 installed too) The download dialog opens to the download folder and if I save the file elsewhere the next download opens to the folder where saved the last file. This is the behavior that I want in ff 104. How can I set that up?

Asked by markf442 2 weke gelede

Last reply by jonzn4SUSE 1 week gelede

Password can not be shown or copyed.

Password is for a login which was used a couple of days ago now cant be shown and doesn't work anymore even tho no password change occurred. The issue is persistent on a… (lees meer)

Password is for a login which was used a couple of days ago now cant be shown and doesn't work anymore even tho no password change occurred. The issue is persistent on all my devices. Other Passwords still work fine.

Asked by tom.h 2 weke gelede

Last reply by cor-el 1 week gelede

Why was RSS support removed from Firefox?

Up until Firefox 64, Firefox had limited support for RSS: Viewing a RSS feed would show you the feed items, with an option to do something with the feed. Live bookmark… (lees meer)

Up until Firefox 64, Firefox had limited support for RSS:

  • Viewing a RSS feed would show you the feed items, with an option to do something with the feed.
  • Live bookmarks would actually subscribe to those feeds

I can understand removing Live Bookmarks. It's a big feature. I don't understand removing the (what I assume to be) XSLT stylesheet that made RSS feeds not look like a wall of XML. Does anybody know what the conversation was here? Are there minutes?

Even basic RSS support helps people interact with the web, and since Chrome and Firefox both dumped RSS, users are being driven further and further into the arms of "Platforms" who handle this stuff through black-box algorithms. And so much tracking.

Mozilla should reverse this one. Bring RSS back hard.

Asked by Oli Warner 3 maande gelede

Last reply by cor-el 1 week gelede

Make firefox (linux, snap) mouse pointer adhere to system settings

I have recently updated to Xubuntu 22 and in the process my firefox was migrated to the snap version. Now firefox is using its own mouse pointer style (smaller pointer, … (lees meer)

I have recently updated to Xubuntu 22 and in the process my firefox was migrated to the snap version. Now firefox is using its own mouse pointer style (smaller pointer, "hand with cuff pointing left" instead of "hand pointing up" over links). I can edit the system style of my mouse pointer, but that does not change the mouse pointer while in Firefox. This seems the same problem like these two questions: - https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1380997 - https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1369875

How do I make Firefox use the system settings for the mouse pointer? Or at least how do I change the mouse pointer style/settings for Firefox snap at all?

For reference my Firefox Version is 104.0.2 (64-bit) Mozilla Firefox Snap for Ubuntu. My desktop environment is xfce 4.16.

Thanks, Peter

Asked by peter-lyko 2 weke gelede

Last reply by Terry 2 weke gelede

Popup windows maximized

I am using Firefox 104.0 on Ubuntu. One website that I use (https://www.flashscore.co.uk/) has suddenly started opening its popup windows maximised, whereas previously th… (lees meer)

I am using Firefox 104.0 on Ubuntu. One website that I use (https://www.flashscore.co.uk/) has suddenly started opening its popup windows maximised, whereas previously they were smaller. This only happens when the main Firefox window is maximised - if I 'unmaximise' the main window, the popups open at the correct size.. The problem does not exist if I access the site using another browser, e.g. Chromium.

I can't see any Firefox setting that overrides the size of popup windows. I can restore the popup to its correct size by simply clicking the icon on the top right, but it is a pain to have to do this every time.

The website support desk has confirmed that their site has not been changed in any way that would account for this problem. I have tried removing the website's cookies, but this does not solve the problem.

Any help appreciated!

Asked by rpclucas 1 maand gelede

Last reply by dwarfstreja 2 weke gelede

Opening a new tab while in full screen problem

So, I've noticed that if I open a new tab while in full screen (ex: watching a youtube video in full screen) it doesn't automatically select the search bar for me to type… (lees meer)

So, I've noticed that if I open a new tab while in full screen (ex: watching a youtube video in full screen) it doesn't automatically select the search bar for me to type in. I know this is a very minor problem, but it really bugs me. Can this be changed from preferences or any other way? Thanks in Advance

Edit: I copied this issue from someone who already raised because this exact thing annoys me too even if it's small one. Is there any solution to this problem?

Asked by Isa 2 weke gelede

Last reply by jonzn4SUSE 2 weke gelede

Gnuplot Warning

When I am using gnuplot the bellow message is coming. Need help! Ignoring XDG_SESSION_TYPE=wayland on Gnome. Use QT_QPA_PLATFORM=wayland to run on Wayland anyway. … (lees meer)

When I am using gnuplot the bellow message is coming. Need help!

Ignoring XDG_SESSION_TYPE=wayland on Gnome. Use QT_QPA_PLATFORM=wayland to run on Wayland anyway.

Asked by parthadas.physics 3 weke gelede

Last reply by jonzn4SUSE 2 weke gelede

Ctrl+Tab shows no thumbnails

OS Version: NAME="Fedora Linux" VERSION="36 (Workstation Edition)" Firefox Version: Version 104.0.1 (64-bit) Mozilla Firefox for Fedora fedora - 1.0 Issue: I have "Ctrl+T… (lees meer)

OS Version: NAME="Fedora Linux" VERSION="36 (Workstation Edition)" Firefox Version: Version 104.0.1 (64-bit) Mozilla Firefox for Fedora fedora - 1.0

Issue: I have "Ctrl+Tab cycles through tabs in recently used order" enabled. When I press(and hold) Ctrl+Tab I don't see the thumbnails of the tabs I'm cycling through.

When I create a new profile (on about:profiles) sometimes I get Thumbnails on Ctrl+Tab, sometimes not. Removing all Addons doesn't have an effect.

Does someone know how I could go about debugging this issue?

Asked by someone 3 weke gelede

Last reply by cor-el 2 weke gelede

closing Firefox on linux from the terminal and avoiding "restore session" warnings

I'm trying to just close and restart firefox from some bash scripts on Linux so that I can manage a few items from various hotkeys. I'm trying to close an existing Firefo… (lees meer)

I'm trying to just close and restart firefox from some bash scripts on Linux so that I can manage a few items from various hotkeys.

I'm trying to close an existing Firefox process "cleanly", and am running into issues with how to kill the Firefox process and have it restart without showing the "restore session" page. If I update about:config and override "browser.sessionstore.resume_from_crash" to false, then I get the behavior I'm looking for, but I'd rather not have to override this.

I've tried multiple kill signals from the `kill` command, including HUP, STOP, QUIT, TERM, INT, however all of them seem to trigger the same behavior.

So is there a way to cleanly close (or restart) Firefox from the terminal?

Asked by Erick 2 weke gelede

Last reply by cor-el 2 weke gelede