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Firefox does not show captcha but Android firefox does

I have placed this for the third time but has been removed from the forum. I f I go to https://www.openmailbox.org/#register using Firefox version 40.0 for the Mac OS sha… (read more)

I have placed this for the third time but has been removed from the forum. I f I go to https://www.openmailbox.org/#register using Firefox version 40.0 for the Mac OS sha 256 e7cb59924e6ca4b79426da224204ed2e0dac7804f0a29a33299370c7e73341a5 does not show the captcha for the web site. If I open Safari on my local machine or Firefox for Android it shows the captcha.

I have removed the profile, refresh firefox.

Asked by Mace2 4 years ago

Last reply by cor-el 4 years ago

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Javascript always hangs Firefox, and none of the "solutions" offered (don't visit that site, don't use all the site's features)is acceptable.

The "solutions" offered do not begin even ADDRESS the problem. Problem is that Javascript always hangs Firefox, and the websites that use Javascript do not function full… (read more)

The "solutions" offered do not begin even ADDRESS the problem. Problem is that Javascript always hangs Firefox, and the websites that use Javascript do not function fully if I block it using the Java blocker.

"Stop script" does not do anything but insult me for clicking it. Site still hangs. What is the purpose of a button that does not do anything?

"Debug script" does not "debug the script," it just shows me a bunch of code that does not mean anything to me.

I have visited this help site a bunch of times to try to solve this problem. Javascript and Firefox are both common platforms, SO WHY CAN'T THE TWO COME TO AN AGREEMENT TO WORK TOGETHER?

Asked by Repack_Rider 4 years ago

Last reply by jscher2000 4 years ago

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Mac version of captcha does not appear but works for Android

When I go to https://www.openmailbox.org/#register the captcha below the TOS does not appear for my version of firefox 40.0 sha 256 e7cb59924e6ca4b79426da224204ed2e0dac78… (read more)

When I go to https://www.openmailbox.org/#register the captcha below the TOS does not appear for my version of firefox 40.0 sha 256 e7cb59924e6ca4b79426da224204ed2e0dac7804f0a29a33299370c7e73341a5 The captcha does appear for Android Firefox and works for Safari on the same workstation.

I have removed all add-ons, refresh firefox and removed all profiles.

Asked by Mace2 4 years ago

Last reply by cor-el 4 years ago

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Slow, freezing, crashing ... over & over: Script: resource://gre/modules/commonj…nsion/data/mutation-summary.js:375

Since I switched to Mozilla a few years ago ... I have dealt with script errors. This is the current one: Script: resource://gre/modules/commonj…nsion/data/mutation-summ… (read more)

Since I switched to Mozilla a few years ago ... I have dealt with script errors. This is the current one:

Script: resource://gre/modules/commonj…nsion/data/mutation-summary.js:375

Makes working online - especially on Flickr - like strolling through molasses ... Help??

Asked by bluebirdy 3 years ago

Last reply by FredMcD 3 years ago

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Close a firefox tab programmatically

I'm a web developer and I want to close a firefox tab programmatically with javascript...normally window.close(); should do the trick however with new versions of firefox… (read more)

I'm a web developer and I want to close a firefox tab programmatically with javascript...normally window.close(); should do the trick however with new versions of firefox the code just don't work and I searched a lot among forums and I couldn't find the proper answer...since this is the official site of mozilla firefox I taught maybe I could find an answer here... So how can I close a firefox tab programmatically? thanks

Asked by sara.y 5 years ago

Last reply by the-edmeister 5 years ago

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Firefox 42/ESR 38.4 crashes when attempting to use Java plug-in

Upgrade to either Firefox 42 or Firefox ESR 38.4 now causes the Java 8.65 plug-in to crash Firefox when it is called by websites. This wasn't happening in Firefox 41 or F… (read more)

Upgrade to either Firefox 42 or Firefox ESR 38.4 now causes the Java 8.65 plug-in to crash Firefox when it is called by websites. This wasn't happening in Firefox 41 or Firefox ESR 38.3. We are now unable to use Firefox because of this. Something has changed. Any chance of rolling back whatever was changed that doesn't like Java?

Asked by RPOTTER 4 years ago

Last reply by FredMcD 4 years ago

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I can't activate Java even once. When I click "allow for this site" it blocks Java again.

I need to activate Java to sign a document so I tried to run it on a trusted site, but after I clicked "allow" Firefox still blocked the plugin, saying that it's an old v… (read more)

I need to activate Java to sign a document so I tried to run it on a trusted site, but after I clicked "allow" Firefox still blocked the plugin, saying that it's an old version. I keep having this problem on different sites.

Asked by iyaiyai 4 years ago

Last reply by jscher2000 4 years ago

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After more than 3 tabs open it suddenly wants 3 gigs of ram why?

My desktop runs windows 7 with 8gigs of ram. I use both a PC and Windows box. FireFox in windows is becoming a disaster. I don't know when things went south, all due resp… (read more)

My desktop runs windows 7 with 8gigs of ram.

I use both a PC and Windows box. FireFox in windows is becoming a disaster. I don't know when things went south, all due respect Moz there's something wrong when Seamonkey and Icedragon that use your 24 era code aren't quite as bad in terms of stability.

I have a long list of issues with FireFox now. Maybe someone can enlighten me. -Javascript now constantly hangs usual culprit is anything in the google ecology. Though anyplace with popups, adds and what not will cause "javascript failed" -Sability is use is inordinately bad after version 24-26. For example if I'm with one tab on gmail,another on Spotify or Youtube for music/ambient sounds(for example), and a third someplace else for concept art and research, it will bomb. It's a matter of when not if.

-A cursory search in the forums shows these kinds of problems have repeatedly been reported.

Here's the iNteresting question: How is it Saffari or SeaMonkey can handle a scant 4 tabs for routine work? Yet FF On windows can't?

Asked by x3n0xm 5 years ago

Last reply by FredMcD 5 years ago

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warning: unresponsive script this error is throwing in linux level how do i solve this issue?

we have problem in Linux level. we are using Firefox instance in Linux level to take the screen shot. but while preparing time it is getting error out. we did RCA and fou… (read more)

we have problem in Linux level.

we are using Firefox instance in Linux level to take the screen shot. but while preparing time it is getting error out. we did RCA and found that Firefox is throwing an alert(I called the same in GUI)

warning: unresponsive script A script on this page may be busy or it may be stopped responding, you can stop the script now.open the script in debugger or let the script continue.

If I click on continue button my program is getting success, now how could I handle this in Linux level?

This issue is not reproducing in my local.

Asked by k.satish1729 5 years ago

Last reply by guigs 5 years ago

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Help... long running scripts have been crashing my browser for months now.

Long running scripts have been a constance daily occurrence every time I use my desktop computer since seems like forever. This is the latest one: chrome://calendar/conte… (read more)

Long running scripts have been a constance daily occurrence every time I use my desktop computer since seems like forever. This is the latest one: chrome://calendar/content/calendar-base-view.xml:198..... Not sure if they are all calendar scripts because I'm not always given any script info, just a non responding error message sometimes. I asked for help once before and tried what was suggested, as best I could, but I still have the aggravating problem just as often as ever. However, admittedly I'm not all that computer savy and am more of a user than I am a fixer. My browser is up-to-date and I also reloaded a new one recently. Add-ons are also disabled. Any help at all will be appreciated, thanks.

Asked by BJ 6 months ago

Last reply by BJ 5 months ago