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Auto logout firefox.com and lost all passwords in firefox

Hello, This issue happen after upgraded to firefox 8x version, I don't remember exactly. Now I'm in latest FF 89. My settings: - I turn off sync for password. Only turn o… (read more)

Hello, This issue happen after upgraded to firefox 8x version, I don't remember exactly. Now I'm in latest FF 89. My settings: - I turn off sync for password. Only turn on for bookmarks, setttings...

THe issue repeated: - After logged in account.firefox.com to sync. Close firefox some times, and I'm auto logged out. - All my Saved passwords in about:logins also auto gone!

Very annoyed Please help

Asked by tctuvan 1 day ago

Last reply by ·´¯`·...¸>-)))º> ~dbben 1 minute ago

download video from drive

Hello! When i'm on DRIVE ans I try to download a video a zip preparation starts but i'm unable to find it when it's finished. It desapears. I tries to change the rules f… (read more)

Hello!

When i'm on DRIVE ans I try to download a video a zip preparation starts but i'm unable to find it when it's finished. It desapears. I tries to change the rules for the dowload but nothing change. It's the same with pictures.

I don't know where they go

Asked by luc.leguay 11 minutes ago

Dislike of new bookmark view

I dislike the new spaced-out view of bookmarks and white "empty" folders which feel exactly like bookmarks without favicons. Is there a way to return to the old view for … (read more)

I dislike the new spaced-out view of bookmarks and white "empty" folders which feel exactly like bookmarks without favicons. Is there a way to return to the old view for Firefox?

Asked by Wil 19 minutes ago

Browser failure to keep Bookmarks

I have a new iMac. After making Firefox my default browser and then making some Bookmarks. When shutting down the computer and rebooting. The Firefox Browser will open at… (read more)

I have a new iMac. After making Firefox my default browser and then making some Bookmarks. When shutting down the computer and rebooting. The Firefox Browser will open at Login as I have set it too. But it opens to the "Welcome to Firefox " page again and doesn't recognize the Bookmarks that were saved earlier. I have used the Firefox Browser on other Apple Laptops, but now with this iMac, the process starts over and over.... HELP

Asked by patrickguy62 1 hour ago

Last reply by cor-el 35 minutes ago

Version 89: I need to remove "minimize, maximize, close" buttons when Firefox is maximized

I'm using Ubuntu 21.04, with Firefox Version 89.0.1 I like my window control buttons to the left, and I prefer them on the top bar. In Version 89.0.1, I'm now stuck with… (read more)

I'm using Ubuntu 21.04, with Firefox Version 89.0.1

I like my window control buttons to the left, and I prefer them on the top bar. In Version 89.0.1, I'm now stuck with two sets of window control buttons.

https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/906698

So that was asked 9 years ago, and I tried adding those lines to my userChrome.css in the chrome folder of my profile directory. Sadly, that solution no longer works in Version 89.

See the attached image for my userChrome.css file, and how ridiculous it looks with two sets of window controls.

Please help me remove the minimize, maximize and close buttons when I maximize my firefox window.

Asked by hansioux1 9 hours ago

Last reply by cor-el 54 minutes ago

Sync Issue

I have used Firefox sync before. With windows 10 it seems to be having issues. I have logged in and I click sync now and its circles and then stops. None of my bookmarks … (read more)

I have used Firefox sync before. With windows 10 it seems to be having issues. I have logged in and I click sync now and its circles and then stops. None of my bookmarks are synced from my desktop to my laptop. Why is it doing this? How can I get it to sync those over. Did not have this issues a few months ago. Please help Thank you

Asked by dorian_halcomb 4 hours ago

Last reply by cor-el 1 hour ago

backspace key to go back on webpage in firefox

im trying to understand why the holy heck firefox supposedly removed the ability to press backspace to go back on a webpage. Im googling info and i guess you press now al… (read more)

im trying to understand why the holy heck firefox supposedly removed the ability to press backspace to go back on a webpage. Im googling info and i guess you press now alt and left arrow. Jesus christ, why remove a single press button for a simple function to TWO!!!! buttons?!?!? I loved the backspace feature and its been SUPER frustrating this year and i finally decided to ask about it or ask how to fix this. I want my dang backspace button back. I dont understand the reason to remove either. Now it just does NOTHING.Instead of being useful** God firefox stop pissin me off. Also i shouldnt have to accept everything to install any extra extensions. I find it odd they give a warning but to get extension you have to give it access to everything half the time. Theres absolutely ZERO reason for this. Using firefox for almost a decade because Explorer and edge were slow and dumb to me eventually, and i switched to firefox, now im reconsidering switching again after a decade.

Asked by DjStiv3 3 hours ago

Last reply by cor-el 1 hour ago

Do "Race Cache With Network (RCWN)" requests identify themselves to servers?

This question was asked a while ago: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1267945 asking what the "(raced)" values were inside the Transferred column of the Networ… (read more)

This question was asked a while ago: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1267945 asking what the "(raced)" values were inside the Transferred column of the Network tab in the Developer Tools.

In short, it sounds like when the browser detects a slow pull of a value from the local cache, it "races" the cache by actually making the network request to see which comes back first to provide the fastest loading possible for the end user.

While conceptually I totally get this, as a Web Developer I'm now curious if this particular network request identifies itself in some way via HTTP Header values?

We actively seek out customers of our web applications to see which ones have "bad" cache settings (no cache, too small a cache, or flushed constantly) to reach out to them to resolve this (and/or find out the reason why they were disabling their cache). TL;DR - I think these RCWN requests may give us a false positive when trying to detect users with bad cache settings... so I'd like to be able to "ignore" these RCWN requests in our analysis (I don't want to block or otherwise interfere with these requests).

On a secondary note, is there any info for the end user on why a given resource was raced? It appears that all of the "(raced)" resources I'm seeing on my frequently visited sites are less than 2.5KB (often under 1 KB) - just wondering if the algorithm to detect "slow" resources is properly scaled for small resources.

Asked by stephen.cunliffe 4 hours ago

Last reply by cor-el 1 hour ago

The Firefox logo is missing from HTML file icons

After a recent migration of everything from an old PC to a new one, the Firefox logo does not appear in any of the HTML file icons on my new computer. How can I get them … (read more)

After a recent migration of everything from an old PC to a new one, the Firefox logo does not appear in any of the HTML file icons on my new computer. How can I get them back?

Asked by gordonljohnson 1 day ago

Last reply by gordonljohnson 3 hours ago