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Firefox on Windows 10 Loads Multiple Versions of the Same Tab, Limiting Memory (RAM)

Several weeks ago, because it seemed to be a Gmail-tab-only problem, Firefox Support advised us to contact Gmail Support. It is now clear that the problem is with the Fir… (read more)

Several weeks ago, because it seemed to be a Gmail-tab-only problem, Firefox Support advised us to contact Gmail Support.

It is now clear that the problem is with the Firefox browser. The attached screenshot shows an example of an affected tab.

Please fix this. Multiple versions of the same tab waste RAM and other memory, especially on a limited-memory device such as a laptop.

Asked by JandNL 2 months ago

Last reply by JandNL 4 days ago

The browser crashes frequently

The browser crashes frequently, even if I restore the bookmarks and some necessary plug-ins after reinstalling. there are 3 reports submitted by your interface. report i… (read more)

The browser crashes frequently, even if I restore the bookmarks and some necessary plug-ins after reinstalling. there are 3 reports submitted by your interface.

report id: bp-61a7e2c3-3ce8-4856-9941-587d20211122 bp-e7ef6793-584d-448b-ac6d-1c0a90211122 bp-4a81c954-4ee7-4726-b8cd-7105b0211122

Asked by David 2 weeks ago

Last reply by David 3 days ago

Only a tiny blank window shows when opening Firefox

When I open Firefox a tiny window appears with nothing but a button and it does not open. When I click the button it just closes. same thing happens when I open the devel… (read more)

When I open Firefox a tiny window appears with nothing but a button and it does not open. When I click the button it just closes. same thing happens when I open the developer edition as well but in that the main window appears but does not load.

This used to happen intermittently since few months ago. When that happens closing that tiny window and reopening the app usually worked. but it outright does not open anymore

Happened on Win 10 now on Win 11

when I reinstall Firefox it opens up normally. but when I restart my pc this happens again.

Edit: Tried reinstalling to open Firefox now it does not even open like that anymore.

Asked by Shehan Feroze 4 days ago

Last reply by Shehan Feroze 2 days ago

Firefox, Instacart, and SNAP - which is the weak link?

Very suddenly, I cannot buy groceries through Instacart with SNAP. Everyone wants me to use some other browser, but I really don't want to do that. I'm using macOS 10.15.… (read more)

Very suddenly, I cannot buy groceries through Instacart with SNAP. Everyone wants me to use some other browser, but I really don't want to do that.

I'm using macOS 10.15.7 (Catalina) and Firefox for Mac 94.0.2 .

Whenever I go through the regular checkout process, when I click on "Place Order," I get the attached error message.

I cannot tell you how many times I've readded that number; I can't have been wrong on all of them. Yes, there's enough money on the card. I've tried (suggestion of their "support theater" people) deleting the card, logging out of Instacart, quitting Firefox, restarting Firefox (which I did twice to be sure), and adding the EBT number back in.

I even tried my sister's number, to see if it would go through. Same result.

Once I saw a brief flash of something like "Connect to EBT" before getting the error message, but only once.

I have ordered groceries through Firefox for Mac with SNAP on this computer before. Both SNAP and Instacart deny responsibility and tell me to use Safari (which I loathe).

Does anyone have any ideas? If it works in Safari, what's different about Firefox that's stopping it?

Please, grocery delivery is not a luxury for my sister and me. We literally (I was a copyeditor, so I do mean literally) cannot get to the store ourselves. I absolutely must be able to place SNAP orders via Instacart.

Thank you.

Asked by khindall 20 hours ago

Last reply by khindall 3 hours ago

Firefox browser often crashes

Hello,somebody。 My firefox browser has collapsed 8 times from 2021/12/1. It is currently operating normally, but the number of collapse is too frequent, and the user exp… (read more)

Hello,somebody。 My firefox browser has collapsed 8 times from 2021/12/1. It is currently operating normally, but the number of collapse is too frequent, and the user experience is very poor. The latest Crash report ID:bp-fd4c7367-1346-4a10-a2cd-244ac0211202

Asked by cyxiu123 4 days ago

Last reply by cyxiu123 3 days ago

Very slow site loading due to Windows Firewall.

Hello together. I'm experiencing the same problem as discussed in this cases that is not solved yet: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1312836 https://support.m… (read more)

Hello together.

I'm experiencing the same problem as discussed in this cases that is not solved yet: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1312836 https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1333547 https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1321038

Symptoms: After FF starting it loads pages fast enough. After several minutes of using pages start be loading very slow. Loading slowness increases until it becomes blocked continuously. Reload button has no effect. I tried everything from here: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/firefox-cant-load-websites-other-browsers-can - No effect.

Work around done: When windows is loading in Safe Mode the problem disappeared. If I disable Windows Defender Firewall the the problem disappear and appear after firewall enabling again in several minutes (same as after FF restarting) When I go to <current network settings> and switch Network Profile from Public to Private or from Private to Public the problem disappear but goes back just in several minutes (same as after FF restarting). Windows 10 Restorehealth has no effect, and reports that everything is OK with system files (DISM.exe /Online /Cleanup-image /Restorehealth ) The most strange thing Windows 10 In-place Upgrade has no effect.


I found out the core of problem is that Windows Firewall is blocking FF internal interprocess communication on local TCP ports. Yes, you would say it is not possible and firewall doesn't affect local port communication but in my case it is a fact. I used the ProcessMonitor from Windows Sysinternals, and Windows Defender Firewall with Advanced Security log. Screenshots shows this fact. On first two lines from Firewall log you see a Local Port Communication blocking, on ports 1401 and 1400. Next Screenshot from ProcessMonitor shows (see blue colored lines) that it was exactly FF communication, where I was trying to reload a page several times.

Any ideas what to do with it? It seems like Microsoft’s way fighting a concurrent web browsers, but I hope it isn’t.

Now I use FF version 94 but the problem starts from 88. I was trying FF downgrading to version 75 with no effect.

Asked by igor19 6 days ago

Last reply by igor19 5 days ago

download failed

Just installed Win 11 on a new SSD an dam having trouble downloading files. Some come down ok and others not. The attachment shows shows 2 Logitech files. I can download … (read more)

Just installed Win 11 on a new SSD an dam having trouble downloading files. Some come down ok and others not. The attachment shows shows 2 Logitech files. I can download them with Chrome

Asked by keithinoz1 1 day ago

Last reply by keithinoz1 2 hours ago

Cisco Webex Desk Camera not working (works with other browser)

Hello, I have a new Cisco Webex Desk Camera that it's not working with Firefox (Flatpak on Fedora Silverblue 35). lsusb: Bus 006 Device 004: ID 05a6:0023 Cisco Systems, I… (read more)

Hello,

I have a new Cisco Webex Desk Camera that it's not working with Firefox (Flatpak on Fedora Silverblue 35).

lsusb: Bus 006 Device 004: ID 05a6:0023 Cisco Systems, Inc. Cisco Webex Desk Camera

https://mozilla.github.io/webrtc-landing/gum_test.html shows two cameras "Video Capture 4" and "Video Capture 5", none of them work, the page shows an error message: "AbortError: Starting videoinput failed".

The same website works in Chromium (also a Flatpak), which only sees "Video Capture 4 (05a6:0023)". "OBS Studio" is also able to use the camera. "Video Capture 5" is not available in Chromium and freezes the image in OBS Studio. I believe Video Capture 5 is the IR camera that is used in Windows Hello.

Would you be able to help me to get this camera supported, please?

Asked by Jorge Martínez López 3 days ago

Last reply by Jorge Martínez López 2 days ago

Visual Glitch When Uploading Images (Ubuntu 20.04, Firefox 94)

As the subject says, when attempting to upload images from my computer (Ubuntu 20.04 on Firefox 94), often but not always, the result will be a visual glitch similar to t… (read more)

As the subject says, when attempting to upload images from my computer (Ubuntu 20.04 on Firefox 94), often but not always, the result will be a visual glitch similar to the image attached. The only time which I have ever used Zoom on Firefox, the same issue happened when I tried to use my webcam, except that the lines rapidly changed colours.

I apologize if this issue has been solved in another thread, but this is a bit hard to describe without the picture, so my attempts to search for said thread were unsuccessful.

The issue is not present when I upload the images in question via mobile. Turning off my extensions has no effect.

The image attached is taken directly from attempting to upload a profile picture to my Firefox account, but I have experienced this issue with websites like Twitter and Ebay for example. I have never had this issue with Imgur, for example, even though I am doing nothing different (uploading images). I do not know why this only occurs for a select few websites.

Any responses or help is appreciated!

Asked by Nyxified 1 week ago

Last reply by Nyxified 5 days ago

Firefox keeps crashing on startup after updating to macOS monterey 12.0.1

please help, I have tried uninstalling then installing it again, but it didn't work. here's the crash report: AdapterVendorID: 0x106b Add-ons: doh-rollout%40mozilla.org:… (read more)

please help, I have tried uninstalling then installing it again, but it didn't work.

here's the crash report:

AdapterVendorID: 0x106b Add-ons: doh-rollout%40mozilla.org:2.0.0,formautofill%40mozilla.org:1.0.1,pictureinpicture%40mozilla.org:1.0.0,proxy-failover%40mozilla.com:1.0.2,screenshots%40mozilla.org:39.0.1,webcompat%40mozilla.org:27.1.0,default-theme%40mozilla.org:1.3,google%40search.mozilla.org:1.1,amazondotcom%40search.mozilla.org:1.3,wikipedia%40search.mozilla.org:1.1,bing%40search.mozilla.org:1.3,ddg%40search.mozilla.org:1.1 AvailablePhysicalMemory: 268353536 AvailableSwapMemory: 0 BuildID: 20211119140621 ContentSandboxCapable: 1 ContentSandboxLevel: 3 CrashTime: 1638643310 DOMFissionEnabled: 1 DOMIPCEnabled: 1 EventLoopNestingLevel: 1 ExperimentalFeatures: fission.autostart,media.videocontrols.picture-in-picture.allow-multiple InstallTime: 1638641802 MacAvailableMemorySysctl: 80 MacMemoryPressure: Normal MacMemoryPressureCriticalTime: Unset MacMemoryPressureNormalTime: 1638643309 MacMemoryPressureSysctl: 1 MacMemoryPressureWarningTime: Unset Notes: FP(D00-L1000-W00000000-T000) WR? WR+ GL Context? GL Context+ ProductID: {ec8030f7-c20a-464f-9b0e-13a3a9e97384} ProductName: Firefox PurgeablePhysicalMemory: 31981568 ReleaseChannel: release SafeMode: 0 SecondsSinceLastCrash: 1393 StartupCrash: 0 StartupTime: 1638643309 TelemetryEnvironment: 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Picture-in-Picture","name":"Picture-In-Picture","userDisabled":false,"appDisabled":false,"foreignInstall":false,"hasBinaryComponents":false,"installDay":18962},"proxy-failover@mozilla.com":{"version":"1.0.2","scope":1,"type":"extension","updateDay":18962,"isSystem":true,"isWebExtension":true,"multiprocessCompatible":true,"blocklisted":false,"description":"Direct Failover for system requests.","name":"Proxy Failover","userDisabled":false,"appDisabled":false,"foreignInstall":false,"hasBinaryComponents":false,"installDay":18962},"screenshots@mozilla.org":{"version":"39.0.1","scope":1,"type":"extension","updateDay":18962,"isSystem":true,"isWebExtension":true,"multiprocessCompatible":true,"blocklisted":false,"description":"Take clips and screenshots from the Web and save them temporarily or permanently.","name":"Firefox Screenshots","userDisabled":false,"appDisabled":false,"foreignInstall":false,"hasBinaryComponents":false,"installDay":18962},"webcompat@mozilla.org":{"version":"27.1.0","scope":1,"type":"extension","updateDay":18962,"isSystem":true,"isWebExtension":true,"multiprocessCompatible":true,"blocklisted":false,"description":"Urgent post-release fixes for web compatibility.","name":"Web Compatibility Interventions","userDisabled":false,"appDisabled":false,"foreignInstall":false,"hasBinaryComponents":false,"installDay":18962}},"theme":{"id":"default-theme@mozilla.org","blocklisted":false,"description":"Follow the operating system setting for buttons, menus, and windows.","name":"System theme — auto","userDisabled":false,"appDisabled":false,"version":"1.3","scope":4,"foreignInstall":false,"hasBinaryComponents":false,"installDay":18965,"updateDay":18965},"activeGMPlugins":{"gmp-gmpopenh264":{"version":null,"userDisabled":false,"applyBackgroundUpdates":1},"gmp-widevinecdm":{"version":null,"userDisabled":false,"applyBackgroundUpdates":1}}},"experiments":{"bug-1690367-rollout-moving-webrtc-networking-functionality-into-i-release-87-100":{"branch":"active","type":"normandy-prefrollout","enrollmentId":"978fd629-142e-4049-8eab-f042c4251a69"},"bug-1732206-rollout-fission-release-rollout-release-94-95":{"branch":"active","type":"normandy-prefrollout","enrollmentId":"0c365135-577d-e14f-839f-94b3e5501d65"}}} ThreadIdNameMapping: 7:"IPC I/O Parent",8:"Timer",11:"Socket Thread",12:"Permission",13:"JS Watchdog",16:"Cache2 I/O",17:"Cookie",18:"TaskController #0",21:"TaskController #3",19:"TaskController #1",22:"TaskController #4",24:"TaskController #6",20:"TaskController #2",23:"TaskController #5",25:"TaskController #7",26:"BackgroundThreadPool #1",28:"Worker Launcher",29:"Renderer",30:"WRWorker#0",33:"WRWorker#3",36:"WRWorker#6",31:"WRWorker#1",43:"WRWorkerLP#5",40:"WRWorkerLP#2",38:"WRWorkerLP#0",45:"WRWorkerLP#7",37:"WRWorker#7",32:"WRWorker#2",34:"WRWorker#4",39:"WRWorkerLP#1",42:"WRWorkerLP#4",35:"WRWorker#5",44:"WRWorkerLP#6",41:"WRWorkerLP#3",46:"Compositor",48:"ImageIO",49:"IPDL Background",49:"DOM Worker",51:"StreamTrans #6",60:"QuotaManager IO",52:"IndexedDB #1",63:"IndexedDB #2",80:"StyleThread#0",81:"StyleThread#1",82:"StyleThread#2",83:"StyleThread#3",85:"StyleThread#5",84:"StyleThread#4",61:"StreamTrans #44",67:"TRR Background",66:"StreamTrans #51",62:"StreamTrans #50",62:"mozStorage #1",63:"mozStorage #2",64:"ImageBridgeChld",65:"WRSceneBuilder#1",66:"WRSceneBuilderLP#1",67:"WRRenderBackend#1",71:"GMPThread",72:"ProcessHangMon",72:"IndexedDB #3",75:"DNS Resolver #1",77:"BgIOThreadPool #1",78:"IndexedDB #4",79:"mozStorage #3",80:"DNS Resolver #2",81:"DOM Worker",84:"StreamTrans #56",82:"DOM Worker",83:"IndexedDB #5",85:"SSL Cert #1",87:"DNS Resolver #3",87:"DNS Resolver #4",88:"URL Classifier",89:"IndexedDB #6",90:"DNS Resolver #5",91:"SSL Cert #2",92:"ExtensionProtocolHandler",94:"SSL Cert #3",97:"SSL Cert #4",98:"SSL Cert #5", Throttleable: 1 TotalPhysicalMemory: 8589934592 UptimeTS: 1.375 Vendor: Mozilla Version: 94.0.2 XPCOMSpinEventLoopStack: XPIProvider.jsm:awaitPromise useragent_locale: en-US

This report also contains technical information about the state of the application when it crashed.

Asked by loonatheworld 2 days ago

Last reply by loonatheworld 2 days ago

Audio playback of Video not working

Hello there I have a small NAS with various video files on it. Some AVI which work flawless but also some MOV which show but do not play audio. Other chromium based Brows… (read more)

Hello there

I have a small NAS with various video files on it. Some AVI which work flawless but also some MOV which show but do not play audio.

Other chromium based Browsers manage to do so without any problems therefore it should be possible somehow.

Informations regarding the file: Filetype: MOV Codec: MP4 Base w/ AVC ext (ISO 144496-12:2005) Channels: 2 compressor: sowt Sample rate: 48khz Depth: 24bit Bit rate: 16

It was recorded with a Nikon D3200 camera.

As I am hosting these Files for other people I always get requests on why it does not work in Firefox.

I love Firefox and I want People to use it but such things just make in unnecessarly hard to do so.

I have experienced great business support from the Mozilla team, hope this to be true for home users too.

Thanks beforehand and have a nice evening.

Asked by Ale 4 weeks ago

Last reply by Ale 6 days ago

IDM Integration Module

I installed IDM Integration Module 6.40.3.2 and every time I start Firefox I get a pop-up window asking permission to send information to IDM. Has anyone else have this … (read more)

I installed IDM Integration Module 6.40.3.2 and every time I start Firefox I get a pop-up window asking permission to send information to IDM. Has anyone else have this problem and is there a way to fix this? I'm using Firefox 94.0.2 (64-bit) for Windows 10.

Thanks in advance.

Asked by bjh 1 day ago

Last reply by bjh 1 day ago

How to liberate the max size of the ".sqlite" file in "storage/default" in "~/.mozilla/firefox"?

Firefox seems to constrain the maximum size of the ".sqlite" file in "storage/default" in "~/.mozilla/firefox" to 10% of the free space of the partition containing the ho… (read more)

Firefox seems to constrain the maximum size of the ".sqlite" file in "storage/default" in "~/.mozilla/firefox" to 10% of the free space of the partition containing the home directory of the user. I need to let the ".sqlite" file grow very large, even larger than the free space of the partition containing my home directory. Therefore, I need the following two points.

1. I would like to disable this 10% constraint. 2. I would like to place this ".sqlite" on an external USB drive (or USB stick) without moving the entire "~/.mozilla/firefox" directory to the external USB drive.

The path of this ".sqlite" contains an enigmatic alphanumeric string and hexadecimal digits, which differ from user to user and from machine to machine, and which may be inappropriate to be exposed to the public. So, I refrain from showing the exact path. Instead, I will describe the path.

The directory "~/.mozilla/firefox" contains a subdirectory whose name ends with ".default-release", which in turn has a subdirectory "storage/default", which still in turn has a subdirectory whose name starts with "moz-extension+++" followed by hexadecimal digits and hyphens (but not followed by "^userContextId"), which still in turn has a subdirectory "idb", which finally contains the file whose name ends with ".sqlite".

The following is a diagram to describe the path. Directories are separated by / as common on Unix-like systems unlike Windows. A sequence of three asterisks (***) indicates an omission of enigmatic string.

   ~/.mozilla/firefox/
     ***.default-release/
       storage/default/
         moz-extension+++***/  not followed by ^userContextId
           idb/
             ***.sqlite


Firefox seems to constrain the maximum size of this ".sqlite" file to 10% of the free space of the partition containing the home directory of the user.

I replaced the "idb" directory with a symlink named "idb" which points at a directory (which is also named "idb") on an external USB drive. That is, I deleted the "idb" directory from the partition containing the "~/.mozilla/firefox" directory, and created a symlink named "idb" in the place of the old "idb" directory.

Then, I successfully let Firefox write data into the new ".sqlite" file on the external USB drive. However, Firefox continues to constrain the maximum size of this ".sqlite" file to 10% of the free space of the partition containing the home directory of the user. Even after the diversion by symlink, the basis of the constraint is still the partition containing the home directory of the user (instead of the external USB drive), of which 10% is the max size of the new ".sqlite" file residing on the external USB drive.

I like neither the 10% constraint itself nor the basis of constraint being the partition containing the home directory of the user.

How can the 10% constraint be disabled? I would like the only limitation for the size of the ".sqlite" file to be the free space of the external USB drive.


By the way, for those who want to know why I care about this ".sqlite" file, I will explain as follows. There is a certain download manager which is an addon or extension of Firefox. In its multithread mode, this download manager divides the desired file into several parts, and downloads all the parts simultaneously. In certain circumstances, the multithread mode is several times faster than the single-thread mode. This download manager downloads all the parts of a file into the ".sqlite" file first, and then assembles them into a final big file in the Downloads folder or whichever directory that the user specifies.

In my use case, 10% of the free space of the partition containing my home directory is too small to receive big files. I wish this download manager could download the multi-parts into an external USB drive in a manner that Firefox does not impose any constraint. However, this download manager cannot let the user specify where the multi-parts should be downloaded to. It downloads the multi-parts into only the ".sqlite" file and nowhere else; and Firefox imposes the 10% constraint on the ".sqlite" file. The user can specify the destination of only the final file assembled from the multi-parts.

Anyway, I need to disable the 10% constraint. But how?

Thank you in advance.

Asked by firm84auv 1 week ago

firefox not launching on macOS 10.15.7 (19H1519)

Hiya, Firefox is my primary browser and it crashed and refused to launch again starting about 2 days ago. I think Firefox received an update breaking it but also maybe my… (read more)

Hiya, Firefox is my primary browser and it crashed and refused to launch again starting about 2 days ago. I think Firefox received an update breaking it but also maybe my macOS version 10.15.7 (19H1519) has something to do with it. All other browsers are working perfectly fine. please help.

Asked by Dhruv H 6 days ago

firefox randomly inverts caps lock and numlock, and when that happens, also I can't delete tabs nor go to one tab to another unless I do three finger press the touchpad to delete a tab, also when you do create a new tab, it will open a whole new window

By inverting the caps/num lock I do mean that if they are active, then firefox get the input as if they weren't and viceversa but if I do try to write into the numpad the… (read more)

By inverting the caps/num lock I do mean that if they are active, then firefox get the input as if they weren't and viceversa

but if I do try to write into the numpad then the issue is not there, then if I do try to write again into firefox, the issues are not anymore present, the same happens when I do try to record the issue with obs, once that I do press record, then the issues will not be any more present

I did try a clean install, and the issues are still there, with and without addons, the issue seems to appear randomly, and always at the same time, I mean if the caps become reversed, then it will also prohibit me to gui delete a tab, to switch from one tab to another (but both do become highlighted by the gui), and opening each new tab into a new window

Asked by lysmfnsk 5 days ago

Save dialogue does not appear for PDFs

Whenever I am viewing a PDF and wish to download it or save a file from firefox, the save dialogue of the finder and where to save it does not appear. Only the initial fi… (read more)

Whenever I am viewing a PDF and wish to download it or save a file from firefox, the save dialogue of the finder and where to save it does not appear. Only the initial firefox option of "Open file" or Save As dialogue appears. Once pressing Save As, nothing else happens. Furthermore when simply pressing Cmd + S to save the PDF no dialouge appears. When typing this message and attempting to add an image of a screenshot, once again the finder dialogue to select a file does not appear.

Is this a mac issue or firefox problem? I am running Mac OS 12.0.1 Monterey.

Asked by jackgaynor2 5 days ago

Firefox crashing

Continuing to have issues with pinned tabs and, worse, Firefox crashing...like y'day with loss of all pinned tabs on powering up today?! Have posted issue several times … (read more)

Continuing to have issues with pinned tabs and, worse, Firefox crashing...like y'day with loss of all pinned tabs on powering up today?! Have posted issue several times with "FredMcD" being unable to help but who escalated the problem...with no response from Mozilla/Firefox! Needlessly spending a great deal of time restoring pinned tabs but sometimes cannot find them all. Does the "800 lbs" Mozilla care?

Asked by WhiteBimmer 5 days ago

lockwise. Hidden and not updatable passwords

I am experiencing a problem with lockwise since months. In just few words I cannot see which password are stored and therefore I cannot even edit them (see the pict). The… (read more)

I am experiencing a problem with lockwise since months. In just few words I cannot see which password are stored and therefore I cannot even edit them (see the pict). The funny part is that the login/passwords data are there because I can use them after landing on any page where I have an account. That's to say that the only way I have to edit a password that I changed on a different browser is to visit the page and then change it. Another few examples? 1) If I enter in the search box any of the sites that should be (and indeed are) there, it cannot retrieve anything. 2) If I click insert new credential it does nothing (no box where to insert the new data)

Note! Browser update 94.0.2 (Mac) Logged in my FF account and Sync activated.

Asked by spock1 4 days ago