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FF 93 NOT Saving Passwords

Have just updated to a newer iMac which will run FF V93 (64 Bit) and having to manually insert each and every password and FF IS NOT Saving them even though it prompts me… (read more)

Have just updated to a newer iMac which will run FF V93 (64 Bit) and having to manually insert each and every password and FF IS NOT Saving them even though it prompts me to save them. All boxes are ticked in the Security section to Save them... WHAT am I missing here???? This is driving me nuts as I have spent hours and hours retracing my steps over and over again.

Asked by elmorr76 2 hours ago

Last reply by cor-el 36 minutes ago

Clear History doesn't work anymore

I was trying to clear the history from my browser, and instead of clicking Shift > Command > Delete, I clicked Shift > Command > '+', which changed the zoom f… (read more)

I was trying to clear the history from my browser, and instead of clicking Shift > Command > Delete, I clicked Shift > Command > '+', which changed the zoom for the home page, but after putting it back, now I cannot clear history anymore because the keyboard command no longer pulls up the option, and the Clear History option in the menu is greyed out?? (attached) I think I am going to have to uninstall then reinstall the browser to fix it, but not happy about this, and do not understand why this would happen. Can someone explain this stupidity to me please?? Thanks in advance!!

Asked by zlloyd2 2 hours ago

Last reply by zlloyd2 1 hour ago

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Certain Emojis Not Showing Up - Replaced With Small Box With Letters/Numbers

Certain emojis are no longer showing up for me while using Firefox. They will show up as as little boxes with numbers and letters instead of the actual emoji art. This do… (read more)

Certain emojis are no longer showing up for me while using Firefox. They will show up as as little boxes with numbers and letters instead of the actual emoji art. This doesn't happen with all of them, only certain ones. I have attached a few screenshots for reference.

Also, I have attempted to fix this issue by changing my default fonts, disabling addons, etc. Nothing seems to work. When I use Chrome, I have no issues seeing these emojis.

Thanks!

Ash

Asked by grubert.ashley 1 week ago

Answered by cor-el 1 week ago

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all past tabs open when open window

Firefox 93.0 OSS 11.5.2 When i open a window the past 80 tabs openl to use, I need to R clic the tab on the left and "erase all tabs to right" screen shot show … (read more)

Firefox 93.0 OSS 11.5.2

When i open a window the past 80 tabs openl to use, I need to R clic the tab on the left and "erase all tabs to right"

screen shot show

Asked by jrhmdtraum 12 hours ago

Answered by cor-el 10 hours ago

speech to text?

I am on an iMac running Big Sur version 11.6. I need to be able to dictate (speech to text) into fields within the browser. This works in Chrome, and Safari, but I cannot… (read more)

I am on an iMac running Big Sur version 11.6. I need to be able to dictate (speech to text) into fields within the browser. This works in Chrome, and Safari, but I cannot get it to work in Firefox... any help is appreciated!

Asked by joel42 12 hours ago

Cookies and Site Data does not clear

v 91.0.1 on Mac Tried 2 ways. No effect. - Settings >> Privacy and Security >> Cookies and Site Data >> Manage Data, or Clear Data--both leave cookies … (read more)

v 91.0.1 on Mac Tried 2 ways. No effect. - Settings >> Privacy and Security >> Cookies and Site Data >> Manage Data, or Clear Data--both leave cookies after Removing or Clearing All. Looks like 16 MB of cookies remain--from 2-3 weeks old. Tried repeatedly-- the list is cleared (while selecting remove All), then immediately comes back in entirety once I check again.

- Menu >> History >> Clear Recent History >> Clear All, "Everything" >> No effect.

- I deleted a Firefox profile that was not in use. No effect.

THX for guidance. best to All.

Asked by srih4 2 days ago

Last reply by srih4 14 hours ago

How to reset / undo Gmail links always opening in the same container?

I am not sure how it happened, but when I click on a link in my Gmail, it defaults to opening in the Shopping container. I cannot find a way to reset this behavior. I can… (read more)

I am not sure how it happened, but when I click on a link in my Gmail, it defaults to opening in the Shopping container. I cannot find a way to reset this behavior. I can only right-click on a link and select which container in which to open a new tab, but this does not change the default behavior thereafter.

Furthermore, I cannot see in the Firefox preferences tab a way to reset preferences for a specific container.

Thanks for your help!

Asked by c10 1 day ago

Last reply by cor-el 1 day ago

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Firefox 93 Way Too Slow!

Got the "new & improved" version 93, and it doesn't seem so improved. I can barely write this, as it keeps stopping and starting, and acts like we're underwater! It's… (read more)

Got the "new & improved" version 93, and it doesn't seem so improved. I can barely write this, as it keeps stopping and starting, and acts like we're underwater! It's using about 15GBs of RAM, and while I still have plenty on-hand, it's barely functioning! Come one, what's going on, will this browser ever just work?

Asked by StevenCee 6 days ago

Last reply by Seburo 1 day ago

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Saved Passwords do not work at truist.com (a bank)

When I go to Truist.com, my recently merged bank, it remembers my userid OK, but fills in the password field with about 200 random ASCII characters. I tried to delete an… (read more)

When I go to Truist.com, my recently merged bank, it remembers my userid OK, but fills in the password field with about 200 random ASCII characters. I tried to delete and re-establish the saved password, but Firefox either gets messes it up or more likely the web site messes it up. The result is that the true saved password in lost and the ASCII rubbish re-appears.

Work-around is to not let Firefox save the password for this site. It works A-OK with the other 150 or so passwords. Check out the screen shot attached.

Luv Firefox, even donate once in a while.

Thank you,

 Jim Court  [  jimcourt1@gmail.com  ]

Asked by jimcourt11 1 day ago

Answered by cor-el 1 day ago

Shipstation lables not printing correct

Paypal switched from Pitney Bowes to Shipstation for shipping labels. The new system prints labels but the number 9 will not print instead it prints a dash. So 999 9th Av… (read more)

Paypal switched from Pitney Bowes to Shipstation for shipping labels. The new system prints labels but the number 9 will not print instead it prints a dash. So 999 9th Ave would come out --- -th Ave. This started when PayPal switch to ShipStation. The labels print correctly in Chrome.

Any idea?

Asked by mrmac1903 1 day ago

Last reply by jscher2000 1 day ago

my att mail isn't accessible after last update. Works fine on chrome.

my att mail isn't accessible after last update. Shows "redirecting" message. Works fine on chrome. I changed password, deleted and re-installed firefox but nothing works… (read more)

my att mail isn't accessible after last update. Shows "redirecting" message. Works fine on chrome. I changed password, deleted and re-installed firefox but nothing works on my Mac and my PCs. Matt

Asked by Matt Miller 1 day ago

Last reply by jscher2000 1 day ago

Open tabs list in no order whatsoever!

I truly cannot fathom why a browser, in this day & age, cannot put the list of open tabs & windows in the drop-down menu, in even SOME KIND OF ORDER! But no, it'… (read more)

I truly cannot fathom why a browser, in this day & age, cannot put the list of open tabs & windows in the drop-down menu, in even SOME KIND OF ORDER! But no, it's nothing more than a long list, impossible to filter in any way, that is not in chronological, alphabetical, order of most recent used, no option to list via website or page title, etc. This is so ridiculously frustrating, along with the molasses lack of speed in opening up windows or tabs, that I'm on the verge of just chucking this entire app, for good. Why do our state-of-the-art advanced technological devices and apps, feel more like we're going backwards, and not forward??

Asked by StevenCee 2 months ago

Last reply by jscher2000 1 day ago

Firefox 93: I can't even type!

Ever since I updated, typing has become incredibly challenging... There's big delays in the words showing up, letters come out in the wrong places, & it doesn't impro… (read more)

Ever since I updated, typing has become incredibly challenging... There's big delays in the words showing up, letters come out in the wrong places, & it doesn't improve even when I clear cache, clear memory, & refresh pages. I don't know what else to do. Should I delete and re-install Firefox, or replace this with the previous version?

Asked by StevenCee 4 days ago

Last reply by StevenCee 1 day ago

v2 and v4 icc profiles, Firefox is failing

I was disturbed to find in a test for v2 and v4 icc support from the color.org website (International Color Consortium), "Is your system ICC Version 4 ready", which Firef… (read more)

I was disturbed to find in a test for v2 and v4 icc support from the color.org website (International Color Consortium), "Is your system ICC Version 4 ready", which Firefox failed.

I found out that what the ICC refers to as "system" references browsers. My computer is an iMac OS X 10.13.6 and my Firefox is v93. The test is https://www..color.org/version4html.xalter. There is a link that brings the test up in PDF, which I think is necessary as the link itself seems to be only a picture.

Other photography sites have pointed this use of the word "system" out for, in my case, Safari and Chrome for instance. I tried Safari and ran the PDF test. It passed. I tried Firefox again (and again) it failed every time. Other people have had the same result, as in the following quote, "...Houston we have a problem...".

One of the most helpful websites I have found for this, mostly from fine photography sites, was https://gregbenzphotography.com/photography-tips/how-to-setup-proper-color-management-in-a-web-browser. This website had six tests for browsers. Firefox passed every test except test #6. Using Safari, it passed all including test #6. You could try it with Chrome.

This website, and many others, suggested a Firefox enabling correction that starts with typing into a Firefox address bar about:confg click, and after some scary warnings, type in gfx.color_management.mode (set to 1), click, then gfx.color_management.enablev4 (set to true), click, then gfx.color_management.rendering_intent. (set to 1 relative colorimetric--or to 0 for us Philistines). Restart Firefox.

Didn't work, Firefox still failed. I tried this many times, same result. Read the last sentence of the Summary on that website.

I'm sad to do this, but sending my even relatively elementary images to an outside printer, using PDF/X1a to KDP or IngramSpark for instance, I'll use Safari because I don't trust what Firefox might do. If anyone knows a way for Firefox to pass muster with the ICC, I will gladly use it.

Asked by John 1 week ago

Last reply by John 2 days ago

save dialog spawning active finder extension every time it gets called

Hi there Whenever I use the open/save dialog all the active "Finder extensions" spawn a child process even if they already have one running. I'm not sure this is a Firefo… (read more)

Hi there

Whenever I use the open/save dialog all the active "Finder extensions" spawn a child process even if they already have one running. I'm not sure this is a Firefox bug or a macos (api) bug. I have the Betterzip and Graphicconverter Extensions active. This seems to have started with version 92 and/or 93. In the beginning everything seems alright, but after a while the finder/system begins to beachball for 20-30 seconds. When I then try to quit firefox the whole system becomes unresponsive and I have to power-off with the switch.

This is with the latest macos 11.6 and FF 93.

Kind regards,

Dhark01

Asked by dhark01 2 days ago

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The Ultimate Firefox Privacy & Security Guide [about:config]

I recently came across a website listing adjustments to Firefox's about:config settings. These are supposedly done to help make the browser more secure. Modifications to … (read more)

I recently came across a website listing adjustments to Firefox's about:config settings. These are supposedly done to help make the browser more secure. Modifications to browser.safebrowsing.phishing.enabled,and after, are what I'm most curious about - mostly since the name Google is attached.

Others: - dom.event.clipboardevents.enabled [copy and paste tracking] - network.http.sendRefererHeader [hyperlink tracking]

Website for reference: https://proprivacy.com/privacy-service/guides/firefox-privacy-security-guide

I understand a lot can change within a year, but before breaking something, I wanted to ask if changing any of the above settings, particularly those having to do with Google, will cause damage to the browser itself. -thx

Asked by jazz 3 days ago

Answered by jscher2000 3 days ago

Problem downloading audiobook files (.aax) from Audible.com

Using Firefox browser for iMac. Recently (10/10/2021) attempted to download .aax files from Audible.com. Files were unexpectedly converted to .mp4 files, making files u… (read more)

Using Firefox browser for iMac. Recently (10/10/2021) attempted to download .aax files from Audible.com. Files were unexpectedly converted to .mp4 files, making files unusable by iBooks. Conferred with Audible Tech support. Audible Tech confirmed that .aax files are the proper format and that they did not/do not make any format conversions on their end. Audible Tech then suggested trying download with Safari. Download (of .aax files with Safari) was successful and maintained proper (.aax) format. Audible Tech said that he had not encountered this issue before and that it seemed to him that the Firefox browser may be responsible for the unexpected conversion. In the past I have used Firefox many times to successfully download .aax files from Audible.com, most recent prior to this problem was on (9/11/2021). I am notifying you simply to advise that you may have a programing glitch within the download programing portion of the latest version of Firefox (ver. 93.0 - 64 bit) for iMac(s).

Asked by SkyTraveln 1 week ago

Last reply by SkyTraveln 3 days ago