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Google won't let me sign in: "The browser you're using doesn't support JavaScript, or has JavaScript turned off. To keep your Google Account secure, try signin

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Google won't let me sign in and here is what they say: "The browser you're using doesn't support JavaScript, or has JavaScript turned off.

To keep your Google Account secure, try signing in on a browser that has JavaScript turned on."

I have recently updated to the latest version of Firefox and seemed to have no problem yesterday. What do I do now?

Google won't let me sign in and here is what they say: "The browser you're using doesn't support JavaScript, or has JavaScript turned off. To keep your Google Account secure, try signing in on a browser that has JavaScript turned on." I have recently updated to the latest version of Firefox and seemed to have no problem yesterday. What do I do now?
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McCoy
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Hello Galt75,

In Firefox JavaScript is enabled by default, but strange things do happen - maybe you could check, just to make sure :

Type in the address bar about:config and press Enter (promise to be careful, if asked)

Type in the search bar : javascript.enabled

The value should be true

If you had to change the value, then close and restart Firefox.

Hello Galt75, In Firefox JavaScript is enabled by default, but strange things do happen - maybe you could check, just to make sure : Type in the address bar '''about:config''' and press Enter (promise to be careful, if asked) Type in the search bar : '''javascript.enabled''' The value should be '''true''' If you had to change the value, then close and restart Firefox.
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Thank you for your reply. Before I read it, I did the following:

I opened Safari, went to my Google accounts then left them open when I closed the browser.

Then I opened Firefox and clicked on Gmail. It immediately came up opened.

I then signed out and signed in again. All is well. No hitches. Weird.

But I'm hanging onto your suggestion. Thanks again.

Thank you for your reply. Before I read it, I did the following: I opened Safari, went to my Google accounts then left them open when I closed the browser. Then I opened Firefox and clicked on Gmail. It immediately came up opened. I then signed out and signed in again. All is well. No hitches. Weird. But I'm hanging onto your suggestion. Thanks again.
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Well put McCoy!

Well put McCoy!

Modified by Steven.Anctil.FRPS

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prithvi 0 solutions 1 answers

i did same think as you said. but same problem occur. is there any other way

i did same think as you said. but same problem occur. is there any other way
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McCoy
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prithvi said

i did same think as you said. but same problem occur. is there any other way

Hello prithvi,

As this thread is about to be archived; would you be so kind as to start your own thread and post a question using this link :

https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/new/desktop/other

(scroll down to the bottom of the page and type your question there)

It will also show your system details, which might be helpful.

''prithvi [[#answer-1260610|said]]'' <blockquote> i did same think as you said. but same problem occur. is there any other way </blockquote> Hello prithvi, As this thread is about to be archived; would you be so kind as to start your own thread and post a question using this link : https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/new/desktop/other (scroll down to the bottom of the page and type your question there) It will also show your system details, which might be helpful.
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