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Hmm. We’re having trouble finding that site.

I am facing the problem to open the sites. When I used the network, it show the following error: Hmm. We’re having trouble finding that site. We can’t connect to the serv… (read more)

I am facing the problem to open the sites. When I used the network, it show the following error:

Hmm. We’re having trouble finding that site.

We can’t connect to the server at www.google.com.

If that address is correct, here are three other things you can try:

   Try again later.
   Check your network connection.
   If you are connected but behind a firewall, check that Firefox has permission to access the Web.

Please let me know your suggestion and comments.

Asked by mchahalrock 3 weeks ago

Answered by FredMcD 3 weeks ago

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Firefox can't open local files

Local files on computer won't open(just load forever). Tried pdf and html files. No problem with remote(online) files. Chromium works as supposed to. Firefox 79.0 (64-bit… (read more)

Local files on computer won't open(just load forever). Tried pdf and html files. No problem with remote(online) files. Chromium works as supposed to.

Firefox 79.0 (64-bit). OS: Manjaro Linux KDE5.

Asked by Nept 3 weeks ago

Answered by Nept 3 weeks ago

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Firefox 80.0 not loading on puppy linux 6.3.2.

Will not load. Running from console produces the included screenshot text then exits on a channel error. I'll submit the crash report again when I figure out again how t… (read more)

Will not load. Running from console produces the included screenshot text then exits on a channel error. I'll submit the crash report again when I figure out again how to do that. (Hint- assistance welcome) Ross Smith

Asked by Rosscoe68 3 weeks ago

Answered by James 3 weeks ago

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"Did you mean to go to..." prompt redirects to centurylink.

For quite a while now, I've had this issue where at seemingly arbitrary intervals with seemingly arbitrary queries, Firefox will generate a prompt underneath my address b… (read more)

For quite a while now, I've had this issue where at seemingly arbitrary intervals with seemingly arbitrary queries, Firefox will generate a prompt underneath my address bar asking whether I wanted to go to "http://<searchquery>" where <searchquery> is, well, my search query.

This only occurs in a search in the address bar, and any future queries identical to the original <searchquery> will either redirect to a centurylink search engine, or take me to "<searchquery>.com".

This has occurred independent of the operating system (I've discovered this on both Windows and Linux.) This has occurred before on a completely fresh install of Firefox (default settings and no extensions), and a fresh install of either operating system. (So it's probably not some virus or misconfiguration.)

Another common response I've found is that it's something related to the ISP. For that I can't answer for sure, but I can clarify that my current ISP is Telus.

This doesn't bother me too much, as it's a bug that can be mitigated by just ignoring the prompt. But it's just such an odd inexplicable inconsistency that rarely occurs and I've yet to come across a solution that does properly explain it.

Asked by CHduckie 1 month ago

Answered by CHduckie 3 weeks ago

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400 Bad Header; Request Header Or Cookie Too Large

I have a web sites, www.canadiantire.ca, that worked up to the latest updates. Opens home page; select search and enter any search term; hit Return/Enter and get "400 Ba… (read more)

I have a web sites, www.canadiantire.ca, that worked up to the latest updates. Opens home page; select search and enter any search term; hit Return/Enter and get "400 Bad Header", "Request Header Or Cookie Too Large"

Why am I getting this? Canadian Tire says that there web site is developed for Google Chrome (which I an not in favour of switching to)

Asked by PeterW 3 weeks ago

Answered by jscher2000 3 weeks ago

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Font wanted isn't the font that's displayed in Linux Ubuntu.

TL/DR: See the image. ;) I'm on Ubuntu 20.04 (Xubuntu flavor), using Firefox 79.0, working on a web site. I'm coding specifically for Arial... and it's returning Times … (read more)

TL/DR: See the image. ;)

I'm on Ubuntu 20.04 (Xubuntu flavor), using Firefox 79.0, working on a web site. I'm coding specifically for Arial... and it's returning Times New Roman.

I have Arial installed, via the ttf-mscorefonts package and also adding them from a Win10 box.

Please, no "But you should do 'font-family: Arial, Veranda, sans-serif'" dismissive answers. Why? Because if I do "font-family: Arial, Veranda" I still get Times New Roman. I can even substitute "Pulsar Beta" here (a font that is installed to my local account) and it still gives me Times New Roman.

If I do "font-family: sans-serif" I get Veranda, not Arial... which is odd because Arial is my default font.

Doing "font-family: Veranda" gets my Times New Roman.

Chrome doesn't have this issue!

As a picture is worth a thousand words, see the pic.

What can I do? I did see some bugs that were fixed in v56, but none of the debugging tips help there.

Asked by STrRedWolf 1 month ago

Answered by STrRedWolf 3 weeks ago

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Firefox prevents card payments

Firefox now (80.0) regularly blocks me from making card payments online. On the pages that should show fields for card details, the page is just blank. I have tried switc… (read more)

Firefox now (80.0) regularly blocks me from making card payments online. On the pages that should show fields for card details, the page is just blank. I have tried switching off enhanced tracking, privacy badger, ublock but nothing helps.

Asked by georgeedward097 3 weeks ago

Answered by FredMcD 3 weeks ago

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webpage save/download

Firefox 79(64bit) - two problems - may be connected After two recent updates on Fedora 32 I notice that saving/downloading a webpage does not work properly. Sometimes the… (read more)

Firefox 79(64bit) - two problems - may be connected

After two recent updates on Fedora 32 I notice that saving/downloading a webpage does not work properly. Sometimes the *.html file is there but the support folder is empty. Sometimes just the empty folder.

I have also noticed a problem when trying to backup .mp3 files from my Nexus tablet using File Transfer. I used to be able to connect via USB from Desktop to tablet, transfer from and delete files on the tablet using the Desktop. Now the folder holding the files is reported as empty.

Asked by scmarshall999 4 weeks ago

Answered by scmarshall999 3 weeks ago

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Firefox doesn't support HTML5 while other Browsers do. Latest Ubuntu 20.04. LTS

So the problem is that Firefox doesn't play any HTML5 content. Weirdly except for Youtube. Youtube works just fine. But every other Website shows errors. Even songsterr.c… (read more)

So the problem is that Firefox doesn't play any HTML5 content. Weirdly except for Youtube. Youtube works just fine. But every other Website shows errors. Even songsterr.com. I'm using latest Firefox 76.0.1 on a recent Ubuntu 20. 04 LTS installation. Usual troubleshooting like updates doesnt work because "sudo apt-get upgrade" doesn't find any updates. I tried the same websites in the latest version of Chromium and they work perfectly fine. I couldn't find a mistake in the firefox settings or something so I'm confused. Disabling Plugins didn't change anything and turning of tracking protection didn't either. What is the Problem here and how can I solve it?

Asked by wauwufflp 4 months ago

Answered by cor-el 4 months ago

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locked out of my sync account

email was returned that you sent me because I was setting up a new server at the time if you could resend the email the new server is up now. My email is bryan@bryanmarsh… (read more)

email was returned that you sent me because I was setting up a new server at the time if you could resend the email the new server is up now. My email is bryan@bryanmarsh.navy Thank You Bryan

Asked by Bryan Marsh 1 month ago

Answered by Bryan Marsh 1 month ago

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FF79 Dark Reader White Flashes - how to get rid of them?

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Asked by paint-it-black 1 month ago

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FF79 Dark Reader White Flashes - how to get rid of them?

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Asked by paint-it-black 1 month ago

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Import and Restore

I had originally upgraded to Ubuntu 20.04 from 18.04. Had an issue and I had to reload 20.04. Things seem stable now. I went to restore my bookmarks. Went to Library … (read more)

I had originally upgraded to Ubuntu 20.04 from 18.04. Had an issue and I had to reload 20.04. Things seem stable now. I went to restore my bookmarks. Went to Library Icon and clicked on it, but there was no IMPORT and BACKUP button. I even went to the Menu Icon and clicked on it to see if that would work. Nope.

I'm running 79.0. What did I do, but better yet, how do I fix this????

Asked by richramik 1 month ago

Answered by cor-el 1 month ago

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--new-tab on linux command line opens new window even when an instance is already running

I sometimes invoke firefox on Linux by running the command `firefox --new-tab` (with no argument to the new tab flag, I have this hooked to a keyboard shortcut). This has… (read more)

I sometimes invoke firefox on Linux by running the command

`firefox --new-tab` (with no argument to the new tab flag, I have this hooked to a keyboard shortcut).

This has always worked fine (opens a new instance of firefox if none is running; opens a new tab in the open window if there is one). Today I upgraded to Firefox 79.0, and unfortunately it seems that now running the above command opens a new window even if I already have one open. I guess this is a regression?

Asked by DenverCoder9 1 month ago

Answered by jscher2000 1 month ago

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New CSS styles not picked in Firefox.

I am building a website and, for the last couple of days, when I make changes to the CSS file they are no longer being picked up by the browser by which I mean they aren'… (read more)

I am building a website and, for the last couple of days, when I make changes to the CSS file they are no longer being picked up by the browser by which I mean they aren't displayed in the web page nor in the developer tools inspector.

They are visible in Chromium browser and dev tools.

I have cleared the cache and refreshed the page to no avail. It is only when I restart the browser that the new style rules take effect in the browser and show up in the dev tools.

Asked by mt3ch 1 month ago

Answered by cor-el 1 month ago

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Unable to Log In to Zendesk

Getting attached error when logging into Zendesk. I've been on with their support already. Steps: Clearing data, private window. Safe Mode. All extensions disabled. Enhan… (read more)

Getting attached error when logging into Zendesk. I've been on with their support already.

Steps: Clearing data, private window. Safe Mode. All extensions disabled. Enhanced Privacy disabled. Check other browsers - successful with Midori and Chromium. Check other OS - I have a win10 vm with Firefox and get the same result. Check other zendesk sites - My company's domain + support.zendesk.com

I confirmed with their support that anyone can create an account at support.zendesk.com so I'm hoping someone that knows what they are doing can see what is up with this site.

Asked by linkthepirate 1 month ago

Answered by linkthepirate 1 month ago

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accessing website

I think Firefox has blocked my access to my hotmail account. When I put this into my URL: outlook.live.com it goes to main page - OK But when I put this into my URL: … (read more)

I think Firefox has blocked my access to my hotmail account.

When I put this into my URL: outlook.live.com

it goes to main page - OK

But when I put this into my URL: outlook.live.com/mail

I get a blank screen . . . and the security icon to the near left of the padlock on browser does not have an option to unblock my mail.

I find no help at hotmail/msn. But my daughter used her phone and got into my mail there - so I think it might be my security setting on Firefox.

Any help will be appreciated.

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Asked by spunkydj 1 month ago

Answered by cor-el 1 month ago

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Insanity

I just need a few simple things from a browser. Things keep changing. I don't want the changes mostly. Why can't you just have a simple browser for simple people. The mor… (read more)

I just need a few simple things from a browser. Things keep changing. I don't want the changes mostly. Why can't you just have a simple browser for simple people. The more advanced can select their more advanced shite. I just looked at a tab and it became another window. I didn't want that. Maybe I moved a pixel. Keep on being arrogant. You are just a bunch of [profanity] really.

profanity removed. Please read Mozilla Support rules and guidelines

Asked by madmick2413 1 month ago

Answered by jscher2000 1 month ago