When editing Google Docs the tab crashes after entering some characters. Safe Mode helps, but I cannot fix the issue without using Safe Mode
I am using Windows 10 Pro 1903, Firefox 69.0.3 (64-bit) When I edit a document in Google Docs after entering some characters the tab crashes. If I stay on the same tab it…
I am using Windows 10 Pro 1903, Firefox 69.0.3 (64-bit)
When I edit a document in Google Docs after entering some characters the tab crashes. If I stay on the same tab it stops to respond and after a few seconds it works again and all the characters I have entered appear. if i change to another tab and then back to the Google Docs tab then some round "reload" icon is shown, tab reloads and all is back to normal. When I change to about:performance when the Google Doc tab is hanging then it does not show up there anymore. After it is reloaded like 10 seconds later it appears again in about:performance.
When I start Firefox in Safe Mode then everything works fine and I cannot reproduce the issue. I then tried to narrow down the issue by disabling Hardware Acceleration, disabling all the extensions, plugins and making sure default theme is being used. But the issue was still there when I did not use Safe Mode.
I then created a new profile and after that did not help, I uninstalled Firefox, deleted the program files folder manually, reinstalled but the issue is still there. I also deleted all the Firefox System Add-Ons but still no success.
The issue happens with my normal Firefox in Private Mode, too.
How can I troubleshoot this further? What does Safe Mode do in addition to the things I have mentioned above?
I frequent a website where I have several windows open simultaneously and need to move windows from one monitor to another. When I do so, these windows Minimize and they …
I frequent a website where I have several windows open simultaneously and need to move windows from one monitor to another.
When I do so, these windows Minimize and they do not display on the other monitor. The only way to display them once again is to Maximize them, but then they appear back on my first screen.
I ran across the solution that has me rename two profile files (localstore.rfd and another which I forget at this time). I renamed both of these files in both firefox profiles, but the problem persists.
Slow mouse scroll speed only on some websites while mouse wheel scroll works fine on others. Issue does not occur for same site on Chrome browser.
Issue: Mouse wheel scroll is slow for a few, specific websites. Build: Firefox Developer Browser 70.0b10 (64-bit) Description: When navigating to websites such as https:…
Issue: Mouse wheel scroll is slow for a few, specific websites.
Build: Firefox Developer Browser 70.0b10 (64-bit)
Description: When navigating to websites such as https://rogue.studio, the mouse scroll wheel scrolls the page very slowly. However, with no settings changed and using same browser instance in different tab, other web pages (such as support.mozilla.org) operate as expected with default mouse wheel scroll speed.
Environment: Firefox Developer Browser. 100% zoom. Resolution/Window Size: 1806 x 900px
Expected Behavior: Mouse wheel scroll has a consistent speed across all websites.
Attempted Fixes: Disabling Smooth Scrolling. Setting general.smoothScroll.msdPhysics.enabled to true.
Notes: I've noticed this behavior on heavily 'designed' sites such as https://rogue.studio. I'm not sure if there's a specific element or script that's causing the change/slow down for the mouse wheel scroll speed, but could be related as I've noticed this issue on this particular 'kind' of site.
Some few animated gifs or looping videos cause firefox to briefly become unresponsive and/or go white for a moment, after which most pictures (on all firefox tabs and win…
Some few animated gifs or looping videos cause firefox to briefly become unresponsive and/or go white for a moment, after which most pictures (on all firefox tabs and windows) are no longer displayed. If the Shockwave Flash plugin is enabled and running something in another tab, that crashes too.
Most videos seem fine, but when one causes the issue, it causes it consistently. The first "animated picture" (it's a video) on this page is an example I've been testing with: https://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=Nya
The issue happens when manually starting that video, or when scrolling down until the bottom of the firefox window reaches the bottom of its preview area (which I assume normally triggers it to play?). This only happens on Firefox. In Opera, it plays as soon as the page is open and scrolling past it causes no issue.
Testing once with the Windows 10 Task Manager opened while triggering the issue, some error report briefly flashed at the top of the process list, and it seemed as if the whole Windows UI flashed as well (after that the screen had become brighter and more blue, which I first attributed to some reduced colors mode, but more likely was brightness being reset to a higher setting and perhaps a previously enabled "Night light" mode getting turned off at the same time).
I first noticed the issue sometime last month in the week following both the Windows 10 mass forced upgrade to 1903 and a Firefox update (making it hard to tell if either caused it, and the grace period to roll back that Windows update is over anyway). Before that the issue never happened.
NVidia graphics driver has already been updated. Already tested with all add-ons disabled, and with plugins disabled (including flash). The most effect that had was getting to scroll past the bottom of that video without it starting, but even that wasn't consistent, and in any case trying to start the video would still trigger the issue.
This question is the closest report I have found since, however unlike that user I do not get the issue in other browsers: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1264003 Like that user, the http://html5test.com/ page shows no on "MPEG-4 ASP support" and "H.265 support", and the Web Console shows nothing new when the issue happens.
I was playing Backyard Monsters, then update came, game couldnt connect anymore , see prntscr link for sort like adress 1st error msg was like cant connect to the prntsrc…
I was playing Backyard Monsters, then update came, game couldnt connect anymore , see prntscr link for sort like adress
1st error msg was like cant connect to the prntsrc adress, then it was a 404 and now 502 error.
first i thought its an server maintence, but day later still not working, i should get at least an flash message , allow or not, i try'd trouble shooting from basic till flash, i assume it should connect to a tracker or a script, so i even try'd go in security and choose advance and uncheck all, so all will be allowed.
i only use ff for the game, i even try'd firefox nightly, and with no account loaded, ccleaner full options on cleaner and reg. so i'm out of ideas, oh and google didn't work for years, only browser i haven't try'd is safari.
so i tryd, to be clear, basic, theme off, addons off, ccleaner, firewall, no account, diffrent firefox, flash TroubleShooting. and all this bc i allowed a ff update. *facepalm* but lesson learnd oh and maybe someone knows where i can get older firefox files, im not scared for sec. risks.
Recently updated my 2012 MacBook Pro to macOS 10.15. After Firefox has been open for a while, it stops loading webpages. The title of the page loads, the browser window g…
Recently updated my 2012 MacBook Pro to macOS 10.15. After Firefox has been open for a while, it stops loading webpages. The title of the page loads, the browser window goes white and never displays anything; the page attempts to load continuously and navigation buttons don't respond. Other than that, Firefox operates and responds as though nothing's wrong. Meanwhile all other browsers can navigate the web just fine. Quitting Firefox (from the menu bar) causes the windows to close but an entry remains in "Force Quit" for an extended period. It can be forced closed from here, but doing so causes further attempts to open Firefox to have no windows appear; the only way to reopen Firefox appears to be to restart the whole computer. If allowed to close the rest of the way on its own- which can take up to 10 minutes- the crash dialog appears and Firefox can be restarted.
This has continued to happen despite repairing the drive, refreshing Firefox, removing and reinstalling Firefox, disabling hardware acceleration, running in safe mode, etc. There are no extensions installed and I have not synced my Firefox account.
Hello, I recently update to firefox 69 and now I have Firefox 70 and it's not usable at all. When I scroll Firefox blocks very often, it's the same for all websites. I ne…
I recently update to firefox 69 and now I have Firefox 70 and it's not usable at all. When I scroll Firefox blocks very often, it's the same for all websites. I need to click on the menu button and I see what I would have seen after scrolling. So if I want to scroll, I scroll, click menu. Then again I scroll, click menu button. After a few times, there is no more problem. it's like if the whole pages were in the cache at the end. And before there was to much information for the cpu.
When I write it's the same: it's not smooth, when I write an url, firefox stops very often for a second. The url is written at the end, but it's not displayed immediately.
Firefox don't crash, it blocks by scrolling and writing. When I click a tab or a button, it's responsive, no problem. I assume there is a problem, when it must refresh after writing or scrolling.
I'm on linux, I checked that graphic acceleration is enabled, no plugins. I tried to delete the directory ".mozilla" several times, start firefox in safe mode, but nothing helped.
Does somebody has an idea ?
When two buttons are clicked at the same time, on a website, from a touch panel, it freezes the entire computer, until the mouse is moved. It does not do this with Chrome…
When two buttons are clicked at the same time, on a website, from a touch panel, it freezes the entire computer, until the mouse is moved. It does not do this with Chrome, Edge, or earlier versions of Firefox. This is a big problem for us. Is there a way to stop Firefox from doing this? I have tested this on multiple computers, with the same results.