New version did not have bookmarks

A few months ago when I updated to the latest version, as I always do, the bookmarks were not carried over. I restored to an earlier time to retrieve them and have been … (read more)

A few months ago when I updated to the latest version, as I always do, the bookmarks were not carried over. I restored to an earlier time to retrieve them and have been using an old version. Every time that I go to the program and when asked to update, I click "no." I am finding now that several websites will not accept Firefox. After 20 years of saving, I do not want to recreate, as I would have had to do at that time. Do I now upgrade to newest version and pray that my bookmarks are there?

Asked by m_r_lewis 2 days ago

Last reply by m_r_lewis 2 days ago

Firefox 52.0.2 autmatically updates to 60.x even though I have selected Don't Update

Hi all! I am forced to use a specific version of Firefox to use a particular site. The version is 52.0.2 (yeah, I know - don't start). The site also needs a specific ve… (read more)

Hi all!

I am forced to use a specific version of Firefox to use a particular site. The version is 52.0.2 (yeah, I know - don't start). The site also needs a specific version of Java (JRE8 - Update 161). I am on Windows 11 (64 bit) and I also have a regular version of Firefox installed (fully updated to 109.0).

I have successfully installed (multiple times) and I am starting that version of Firefox with it's own shortcut which is configured as

"C:\Program Files (x86)\Mozilla Firefox Foo\firefox.exe" -p Foo -no-remote

In the first session, I go to Tools->Options-Advanced-Updates and set it to never download updates. If I now exit and start again, Firefox installs updates and upgrades to a new version namely 60.x.x

How can I prevent this behavior?

Asked by agupte 2 days ago

Last reply by agupte 22 hours ago

download automatically

Hallo, is it possible to automatically perform downloads in the library one after the other? I have about 30 or 40 downloads in the list (videos), 2 to 5 GB in size, whi… (read more)

Hallo,

is it possible to automatically perform downloads in the library one after the other?

I have about 30 or 40 downloads in the list (videos), 2 to 5 GB in size, which of course take time to download. I have to start every single download individually and sit next to it.

Although I have a fast line (230 MBit per second), it still takes a few minutes for each file.

Is it possible that firefox or an addon is monitoring this list and after completing the first one downloads the next one and then gradually all the other starts?

Thanks

Roland

Asked by roland.r.schuster 1 day ago

Last reply by roland.r.schuster 14 hours ago

cant execute firefox after windows update today 1.26.2023

did the MS10 update a few minutes ago - ''Quality Updates (50) 2023-01 Cumulative Update Preview for .NET Framework 3.5, 4.8 and 4.8.1 for Windows 10 Version 22H2 for x6… (read more)

did the MS10 update a few minutes ago - ''Quality Updates (50) 2023-01 Cumulative Update Preview for .NET Framework 3.5, 4.8 and 4.8.1 for Windows 10 Version 22H2 for x64 (KB5022478) Successfully installed on 1/26/2023 2023-01 Cumulative Update Preview for Windows 10 Version 22H2 for x64-based Systems (KB5019275) Successfully installed on 1/26/2023 2023-01 Update for Windows 10 Version 22H2 for x64-based Systems (KB4023057) Successfully installed on 1/26/2023''


after, could not "run" my firefox reinstalled firefox x 64 still could not run actually, it did not even build the firefox folder i thought it would under c:\program files/mozilla firefox so, i created folder there called Firefox2, and copied the firefox installer program there, and executed still, no "build" in folder, but has a Firefox icon, but still wont execute

firefox is my default browser ! Thanks for any suggestions mike

Asked by Mike 6 hours ago

Firefox 109 is a DISASTER!!!

I just updated Firefox to version 109. Every single thing that I liked about Firefox is now GONE. Options are GONE. Customizing the toolbar - GONE. Adding toolbars - … (read more)

I just updated Firefox to version 109. Every single thing that I liked about Firefox is now GONE. Options are GONE. Customizing the toolbar - GONE. Adding toolbars - GONE!!! It lost my open tabs. It won't show the LastPass icon in the toolbar like it used to, so I have to hunt for it now. All my toolbar settings - GONE!

Mozilla - you really should WARN people BEFORE they update that the update is a major overhaul. Why would you just make yourself another Chrome? If I wanted to use Chrome, I would (and I probably will now), but I prefer Firefox - at least I DID prefer Firefox before this update. I do not understand why you completely RUINED Firefox! This update is horrible and I have now lost a full day at work trying to FIX this clusterf**k of a browser mess that you have made for me! For the life of me I do not understand why you took away the ability for the user to make Firefox more user-friendly. Before, I could choose to customize if I wanted to, or not to customize. Now I have no choice and am stuck with the way YOU want it. Well, I don't like the way you want it! I liked it the way I had it customized! I am so stinking furious with you right now! I will be reverting to the prior version and will then search for a new browser. I am really sick of companies taking away things that make their products better. Congratulations, Firefox - you are now Chrome's Clone.

Asked by ElegalEyes 2 hours ago

How to extract only installable part after building Firefox from source?

After downloading about 10 GiB of source code and then building another 15 GiB, to install Firefox you need to use `./mach install` or more correctly: alias install='sudo… (read more)

After downloading about 10 GiB of source code and then building another 15 GiB, to install Firefox you need to use `./mach install` or more correctly: alias install='sudo sh -c "export MOZBUILD_STATE_PATH=$HOME/.mozbuild; ./mach install"'

But to re-install Nightly Firefox on the freshly installed (even the same) OS I will have to either save 25 GiB of source+build (+.mozbuild and other stuff) or to redo everything from scratch (needs at least 1h 20m). I'm having a hard time understanding all the abstractions and redirections from `./mach install` (and Makefile from ./obj-*/ which is automatically generated) to reconstruct a minimal set of things to install Firefox.

I need a bundle of files+dirs which is enough to install everything system-wide for Firefox to work properly. Maybe even simply run `./mach install` in this "minimal build installation" (if possible).

P.S. I'm using Debian based distro(s).

Asked by Andrew 4 days ago

Multiple versions of Firefox on same machine, not getting updated together

Tenable scans are showing multiple versions of Firefox on the same host. I was going to push updates to the devices, which i would assume would udpate the "Program Files"… (read more)

Tenable scans are showing multiple versions of Firefox on the same host. I was going to push updates to the devices, which i would assume would udpate the "Program Files" copy, but what about user's personal copies? how do i get them to pull updated copies from Program Files or from the internet, especially if they are older versions.

Example:

Path  : C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox

 Installed version : 106.0.1
 Path              : C:\Users\Davidl.wine\AppData\Local\Mozilla Firefox
 Installed version : 89.0.1

Asked by Mike Domer 6 days ago