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My Screen has gone black.

As of yesterday my screen has gone black. Not on all sites, my homepage is a UK news site and that`s OK but my email is all black, when I try to search for a new sight th… (read more)

As of yesterday my screen has gone black. Not on all sites, my homepage is a UK news site and that`s OK but my email is all black, when I try to search for a new sight the google page is black. Some sites come up black and some white. Sometimes the site background is white but the drop-down box is black. I have tried disabling all add-ons it makes no difference. I have tried un-checking these boxes: "Use recommended performance settings Learn more These settings are tailored to your computer’s hardware and operating system. Use hardware acceleration when available" I am demented and have tried fiddling about for a whole afternoon to try to sort this. I have had Firefox for years and have never had this problem. My version is 95.0 (64 bit)

Asked by JoJo 1 month ago

Last reply by karen35 2 days ago

Black background pages nuisance

As many here have said, the latest Firefox update has reversed many web pages and menus from white-with-black text to black-with-white text. I can't believe that Mozilla … (read more)

As many here have said, the latest Firefox update has reversed many web pages and menus from white-with-black text to black-with-white text. I can't believe that Mozilla really meant to do this. This is very annoying. It would be one thing to offer it as an option, but to just jam it to us without warning is plain obnoxious. I did do the about:config color-scheme override but that only fixed my Firefox search page. Everything else is still black. Thanks a lot.

Asked by Rob 6 days ago

Last reply by jscher2000 6 days ago

My yahoo mail is not secure on the firefox browser.

Fx89Padlock-Triangle: A padlock with a triangle indicates that Firefox is not blocking insecure passive content, such as images. By default, Firefox does not block mixed … (read more)

Fx89Padlock-Triangle: A padlock with a triangle indicates that Firefox is not blocking insecure passive content, such as images. By default, Firefox does not block mixed passive content; you will simply see a warning that the page isn't fully secure. Attackers may be able to manipulate parts of the page like displaying misleading or inappropriate content, but they should not be able to steal your personal data from the site.

Asked by gjantz1969 6 days ago

Last reply by andmagdo 6 days ago

Release 96.0.1 streaming problem.

Since install of release 96.0.1, all drm streaming on pc has failed. Running windows 10 pro. Have cleared cache, restarted pc and router, refreshed and then reinstalled f… (read more)

Since install of release 96.0.1, all drm streaming on pc has failed. Running windows 10 pro. Have cleared cache, restarted pc and router, refreshed and then reinstalled firefox. no luck. then i reverted to release 95.0.2 and everthing worked fine. but then, despite the fact that i disabled auto updates, release 96.0.1 was reapplied and streaming was broke again. cannot use amazon prime or comcast streaming services. youtube works intermitently. why was current release reapplied regardless of auto update setting and why is streaming not working? streaming works on chrome but not firefox. i have been using firefox for as long as it has been around. must i now be forced to use chrome instead?

Asked by david.l.kammeyer 1 day ago

Last reply by FredMcD 1 day ago

Installed add-on missing author link information

Not sure when it happened, but some of the information for an installed add-on is missing. There is no author link or a homepage link. When I search the mozilla add-ons w… (read more)

Not sure when it happened, but some of the information for an installed add-on is missing. There is no author link or a homepage link. When I search the mozilla add-ons website I can't find the add-on anymore.

This is the add-on name and version:

Downloader for Instagram™ 1.0.4 June 3, 2020

I don't know why the Mozilla add-ons website doesn't detect what add-ons the user has installed when you search. That would be very helpful and why it isn't a default feature is dumb.

You have users sign in to the add-on account, why not include that feature to make things easier.

I'm guessing the solution is remove the add-on and hope another one can do what I installed the other add-on for.

I noticed the icon for this add-on appears in the overflow area of the toolbar. When I click on the icon it opens a link to a page that no longer exists when I search Google and the wayback machine archive site.

Firefox should find out if this happens and notify users that an add-on is defunct.

Anyway, here's the website associated with the add-on.

https://www.igsave.net/

Asked by ScandalMac 1 day ago

Last reply by jscher2000 21 hours ago

Firefox 96.0.2 home screen color

I saw this posted: (A) Right-click context menus, toolbar drop-down panels Starting in Firefox 89, these would flip to a dark background if the text on the inactive/backg… (read more)

I saw this posted: (A) Right-click context menus, toolbar drop-down panels Starting in Firefox 89, these would flip to a dark background if the text on the inactive/background tabs was white or light. Firefox 96 has extended this adaptation to more parts of the browser. As far as I know, the only built-in way to avoid this is to change your toolbar theme to one with dark text on the inactive/background tabs. (The other way is the not-officially-supported userChrome.css file route.)

OK, I have been using a "not-officially-supported userChrome.css file" for quite sometime. Every 4th or 5th update (sic) screws it up. Apparently the latest (96.0.2) "looks" at my toolbars, makes an (erroneous) assumption and turns the main part of the home screen to black.

Not useful!

Suggestions to override Firefox's (less than helpful) assumption?

Asked by AIVAS 14 hours ago

Last reply by TNorth 2 hours ago

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Website keeps asking me to accept cookies - any way to "whitelist" it

Firefox 68. A web site I visit daily always shows a popup asking me to accept cookies ("aceptar y continuar navegando"). It's annoying. In options, I've selected "stand… (read more)

Firefox 68. A web site I visit daily always shows a popup asking me to accept cookies ("aceptar y continuar navegando"). It's annoying.

In options, I've selected "standard" for the cookie policy. I've emptied the cache, used the "forget this site" in the history for the web pages where the message pops up, and reloaded Firefox. It still prompts me.

Here's one of the pages it happens on: https://www.antena3.com/series/el-secreto-de-puente-viejo/avances/ Click "avances" or "momentos" and a large black box should pop up on the bottom of the screen, with the "aceptar y continuar navegando" in the lower right in a red rectangle.

Essentially, I want to tell the web site that I accept having cookies and have the web site remember my answer for the future.

Asked by RemySecor 2 years ago

Last reply by o.bernegg 1 year ago

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Why Pogo want me to update my browser to Google chrome?

They want me to get rid of Firefox, and Go to Google chrome, Reason, cause phlinx2 not working right. Now it is. a little better Just letting know. Please contact me, ple… (read more)

They want me to get rid of Firefox, and Go to Google chrome, Reason, cause phlinx2 not working right. Now it is. a little better Just letting know. Please contact me, please

Asked by rebels01 2 years ago

Last reply by McCoy 1 year ago

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Le logiciel de reconnaissance vocale Dragon de la société Nuance ne fonctionne plus correctement avec Firefox

Bonjour, j'utilise le logiciel de reconnaissance vocale Dragon et de nombreuses commandes (ouvrir un nouvel onglet, fermer l'onglet, gérer les marque-pages, un Clic sur u… (read more)

Bonjour, j'utilise le logiciel de reconnaissance vocale Dragon et de nombreuses commandes (ouvrir un nouvel onglet, fermer l'onglet, gérer les marque-pages, un Clic sur un lien dans une page Web,…) ne fonctionne plus au fur et à mesure des mises à jour du logiciel Firefox. Étant handicapé ces fonctionnalités me sont indispensables pour utiliser Firefox. Pourriez-vous les rétablir dans le logiciel Firefox ? Cordialement

Asked by mantalou 1 year ago

Last reply by cor-el 1 year ago

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Why does Firefox only print the first page or two then stop?

Sick and tired of asking! Community Volunteers are mostly a dumb bunch! Now that I have attention, why-oh-why does Firefox usually (but not always) whenIi want to print… (read more)

Sick and tired of asking! Community Volunteers are mostly a dumb bunch! Now that I have attention, why-oh-why does Firefox usually (but not always) whenIi want to print 3 or more pages, whether I try to Print or I go into Print Preview, Firefox only gives me the first page (and sometimes that is empty, except for the header) and then it give me the next (or first) page, then I get the 3 of 3 pages - even if there is more! Have to go to Chrome or another browser to print the whole 4, 5, 6, (or however) many pages. I do not think it is a 'settings' issue on my desktop...or any of my laptops. What is wrong with Firefox? This page, for example, https://www.metopera.org/season/in-cinemas/2019-20-season/agrippina-live-in-hd?utm_source=HD%20Porgy%20and%20Bess&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=1-20LiveinHDPorgyandBess&utm_content=version_A is about 6 pages long (if I view in MS EDGE or Windows Explorer (which MS says should no longer be used!) - it's 6 pages, but if I go to Print in Firefox (using Win 8.1 on a recently overhauled desktop (or on a brand new Win10 HP laptop) I get the first page and page 2 of 2 is a header oly. Same in Print Preview. FIREFOX DON'T WORK!!!

Asked by dennphill 1 year ago

Last reply by contardo 1 year ago

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OK to delete older versions of firefox?

My PC shows 8 versions of firefox installed, starting with v38.0.1(x86) and ending with 72.0.2(x64) (see attached image). Is it safe to uninstall all the older versions?… (read more)

My PC shows 8 versions of firefox installed, starting with v38.0.1(x86) and ending with 72.0.2(x64) (see attached image). Is it safe to uninstall all the older versions? (have a similar issue with Thunderbird - 6 versions installed.

Asked by Bucko 1 year ago

Last reply by cor-el 1 year ago