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How do I get out of "full Screen'? Can't see the settings to make the change.

The screen on my laptop was changed to full screen mode. Now the Firefox icon in the upper left corner is hidden by the full screen so I can't turn it off. How do I do t… (read more)

The screen on my laptop was changed to full screen mode. Now the Firefox icon in the upper left corner is hidden by the full screen so I can't turn it off. How do I do this?

Asked by DJGwoodturner 8 years ago

Answered by Epicaleb 8 years ago

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Where are offline installers for firefox?

Where can I find offline installations for Firefox? Please don't say "https://www.mozilla.org/firefox/all/" like the previous 20 or so answers to this question. It simply… (read more)

Where can I find offline installations for Firefox? Please don't say "https://www.mozilla.org/firefox/all/" like the previous 20 or so answers to this question. It simply doesn't work. All you get are Stub installers with no option to download only. I have gone as far as completely trying this and the only thing that I could achieve was to upgrade Firefox on the download computer. Why has this Full install thing been a never ending issue with Mozilla? Is it so hard to list these as well as the Installer version? Many people don't like installers.

Asked by brookspd 6 years ago

Answered by James 6 years ago

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How to allow a restricted port?

I am trying to get to a specific port and Firefox blocks the access, https://x.x.x.x:xxxxx. This is the message: This address uses a network port which is normally used … (read more)

I am trying to get to a specific port and Firefox blocks the access, https://x.x.x.x:xxxxx. This is the message:

This address uses a network port which is normally used for purposes other than Web browsing. Firefox has canceled the request for your protection.

How can I allow a specific port?

Asked by BrentDelta 6 years ago

Answered by jscher2000 6 years ago

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Browser has been hi-jacked and only opens with Findwide.com

When I open firefox, instead of going to my homepage of my.yahoo.com, it is directed to findwide.com...no matter what I do to reset the home page, it always opens in find… (read more)

When I open firefox, instead of going to my homepage of my.yahoo.com, it is directed to findwide.com...no matter what I do to reset the home page, it always opens in findwide.com.....even contacting them and using all the fixes they have suggested, there is no relief....

Asked by bjwatkins 8 years ago

Answered by Ibai 8 years ago

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how do i enable javascript if there is no option to enable javascript

Hi I need to enable javascript on firefox ver 23 and there is no option to enable javascript under options, options, content. Can you please advise. Thanks Tarl … (read more)

Hi

I need to enable javascript on firefox ver 23 and there is no option to enable javascript under options, options, content.

Can you please advise.

Thanks Tarl

Asked by tsagoo 8 years ago

Answered by philipp 8 years ago

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I found a fix for "Your connection is not secure"

Periodically when Firefox is updated, it starts rejecting Yahoo Mail from loading, giving the "Your connection is not secure" / SEC_ERROR_UNKNOWN_ISSUER error. Unfortuna… (read more)

Periodically when Firefox is updated, it starts rejecting Yahoo Mail from loading, giving the "Your connection is not secure" / SEC_ERROR_UNKNOWN_ISSUER error. Unfortunately, it does not give you the option to add an exception, which clears up the problem most of the time.

Today this happened again with no ability to add an exception, and after looking at various websites for hours, trying to find a fix, I stumbled on one: Having Firefox "...automatically search for and import CAs that have been added to the Windows certificate store by a user or administrator." These are root certificates which you've manually imported. If you understood that last sentence, then it means you've probably done it on your computer; I know I have. The steps to fix it are these, and I cite the original web page further below:

- Open a new window in Firefox and type "about:config" without the quotes and hit enter - Confirm that you want to continue - In the search field, type in security.enterprise_roots.enabled and hit enter - you'll be left with one field - If it's marked as "false" then double-clicking it should turn it to "true" - Close the window, then go back to your Yahoo email login and try again. For me, this worked *perfectly*!

Here's the site where I found the info, under the "Experimental Built-in Windows Support" section: https://wiki.mozilla.org/CA:AddRootToFirefox

Good luck - I hope this helps to fix your Yahoo email login problem, too!

Asked by decay 3 years ago

Answered by decay 3 years ago

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How do I get rid of an unwanted tool bar from mysearchresults.com? I can't find anything in the control panel to remove it.

I installed some freeware on my computer this morning and now I have an unwanted toolbar from mysearchresults.com. It's up on top by the window tabs and I can't find any… (read more)

I installed some freeware on my computer this morning and now I have an unwanted toolbar from mysearchresults.com. It's up on top by the window tabs and I can't find anywhere to remove it. It does not show up in my uninstall programs list in the control panel. Any suggestions?

Asked by bsubroncofan 9 years ago

Answered by Nathan2055 9 years ago

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access denied error message This XML file does not appear to have any style information associated with it. The document tree is shown below.

This is the message I am getting when I am in a website and click on a link to open. This XML file does not appear to have any style information associated with it. The d… (read more)

This is the message I am getting when I am in a website and click on a link to open.

This XML file does not appear to have any style information associated with it. The document tree is shown below.

<Error>AccessDenied<Message>Access Denied</Message><RequestId>619019A5A84CBA3D</RequestId><HostId>qZuu8SzPCGrkyyLPRJfAgAeIx5BJEq/LYC3g0/SS2rC92vtXgUR4JULvWAM8axbo</HostId></Error>

I have no idea what this means and how to fix it.

Asked by ffslucy 6 years ago

Answered by guigs 6 years ago

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I used to be able to refresh a page by hitting the F5 key. That does not seem to work anymore. Is there a keyboard shortcut for refresh, or can I create one?

I used to be able to refresh a page by hitting the F5 key. With 4.0.1, that does not seem to work. Is there a different keyboard shortcut, or can I create one?

Asked by 492dea 10 years ago

Answered by Xircal 10 years ago

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When I click on Firefox icon, something called "Astromenda Search" comes up.

How do I get rid of this and get back to Firefox, with which I am thoroughly satisfied? Along with the Astromenda page come a host of "offers" for updates, none of which … (read more)

How do I get rid of this and get back to Firefox, with which I am thoroughly satisfied? Along with the Astromenda page come a host of "offers" for updates, none of which I want, needless to say.

Asked by cfanning 7 years ago

Answered by Neilfox 7 years ago

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How can I view what the cookie content is?

I am a new developer and I'm trying to learn how cookies work, but I don't know how to view what the actual cookie value is, so that I can check if I did it correctly. … (read more)

I am a new developer and I'm trying to learn how cookies work, but I don't know how to view what the actual cookie value is, so that I can check if I did it correctly. I see where you can set the defaults you want and enable or disable cookies, but where can you view the content in FireFox browser? I know in Google Chrome you can see all the cookies and their values in settings, content, cookies, view all. Thanx, Gil

Asked by gilbert2097 3 years ago

Answered by cor-el 3 years ago

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stop firefox asking to update

why is there no "Never check for updates" option in FF now. I keep being annoyed by prompt to update. if it is not put back will be getting rid. why can't you leave the … (read more)

why is there no "Never check for updates" option in FF now. I keep being annoyed by prompt to update. if it is not put back will be getting rid. why can't you leave the bloody thing alone?

Asked by FIREFOXED 2 years ago

Answered by FIREFOXED 2 years ago

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access denied. Reference #18.e03c4317.1401151953.127a2c7c. I can bring up webpage in Internet Explorer

This is a web site for a local store. I went to the site on 5/25 with no problem, and on 5/26 I got the above error message. I can get to this site through Internet Explo… (read more)

This is a web site for a local store. I went to the site on 5/25 with no problem, and on 5/26 I got the above error message. I can get to this site through Internet Explorer. Error message:

Reference #18.e03c4317.1401151953.127a2c7c

Asked by ffuturebright 7 years ago

Answered by cor-el 7 years ago

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I get a javascript:void(0); when I am on some sites, how do I get rid of it?

When I am on a shopping website and I try to add something to my wish list or bag I get the javascript:void(0); in the bottom left hand corner of the screen and nothing h… (read more)

When I am on a shopping website and I try to add something to my wish list or bag I get the javascript:void(0); in the bottom left hand corner of the screen and nothing happens. It doesn't add it to my bag or list. I have tried many things to resolve this but nothing has worked and this only started happening within the last month.

Asked by irondoll 7 years ago

Answered by cor-el 7 years ago

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How do I go back to a previous page when I am surfing the web; I;m used to having the "back" arrow!

In Internet Explorer, I have BACK and FORWARD arrows when searching the internet, such as in checking out a site like Walmart.com for a catalog item, but in Mozilla, I ca… (read more)

In Internet Explorer, I have BACK and FORWARD arrows when searching the internet, such as in checking out a site like Walmart.com for a catalog item, but in Mozilla, I can't seem to go back to a previous page without losing the entire program. There MUST be a secret that I am missing..... Help!

Asked by Charlie A 8 years ago

Answered by jscher2000 8 years ago