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Unable to play DRM Content - RHEL8 - Linux

I am unable to play DRM content on: Amazon, hulu, Netflix, Adult Swim, or youtube. Any help? https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/enable-drm?as=u&utm_source=inprodu… (read more)

I am unable to play DRM content on: Amazon, hulu, Netflix, Adult Swim, or youtube.

Any help? https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/enable-drm?as=u&utm_source=inproduct

I have followed other articles besides this.

Asked by alomagicat 8 minutes ago

Outlook webapp does not scroll in the folders section

Hi, This is for https://outlook.live.com where I cannot access my full list of folders. I am using Firefox on Linux (in Fedora 34) and my scrolling feature hasn't been … (read more)

Hi,

This is for https://outlook.live.com where I cannot access my full list of folders. I am using Firefox on Linux (in Fedora 34) and my scrolling feature hasn't been working for a few days now. When I search for an email in one of the inaccessible folders, the folder does appear.

As an idea... I added https://outlook.live.com to the pop-up exemptions, no luck.

Any suggestions on how to fix this?

Many thanks!

Asked by imrich.antal 11 hours ago

Last reply by imrich.antal 5 hours ago

Browser resize is stop been dynamic after some time

Resize or enlarge is not working well after browser stay opened more than few minutes, only close and re-open of the browser work: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1_8PtMg… (read more)

Resize or enlarge is not working well after browser stay opened more than few minutes, only close and re-open of the browser work: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1_8PtMgoyxvHFcXyddJXkr8z4rfmSLhkM/view?usp=sharing About my browser: https://i.imgur.com/Uwy68UQ.png My linux is: Ubuntu 22.04 firefox installed by Snap.

Asked by DavidT 14 hours ago

Last reply by DavidT 11 hours ago

Google Maps pegs CPU

Firefox 120.0 on openSUSE Tumbleweed. Google Maps (https://www.google.com/maps) results in CPU being pegged at 100%. No other tabs open. All I have to do is load the… (read more)

Firefox 120.0 on openSUSE Tumbleweed.

Google Maps (https://www.google.com/maps) results in CPU being pegged at 100%. No other tabs open. All I have to do is load the URL and do nothing else. This behavior is repeatable. CPU stays at 100% until tab is closed or browser is shut down. Sometimes the browser will hang and its PID has to be killed.

Offending process:

username 4501 4416 76 11:40 ? 00:05:13 /usr/lib64/firefox/firefox -contentproc -childID 1 -isForBrowser -prefsLen 27513 -prefMapSize 244227 -jsInitLen 228948 -parentBuildID 20231116134553 -greomni /usr/lib64/firefox/omni.ja -appomni /usr/lib64/firefox/browser/omni.ja -appDir /usr/lib64/firefox/browser {659a1e89-c5da-416d-b720-558c24187847} 4416 true tab

Asked by DMW 5 days ago

Last reply by DMW 1 day ago

Dragging web page elements causes them to increase in size

I often drag elements on trello.com. Whenever I drag an element, that element seems to double in size, making it hard to see what is underneath. Attached is an example.… (read more)

I often drag elements on trello.com. Whenever I drag an element, that element seems to double in size, making it hard to see what is underneath. Attached is an example.

I believe this is related to the fact that I am running Linux/X11 and my DPR is 2. From about:support:

  • Window Device Pixel Ratios 2,2,2,2
  • Window Protocol x11
  • OS Linux 6.1.0-13-amd64 #1 SMP PREEMPT_DYNAMIC Debian 6.1.55-1 (2023-09-29)

Is there an about:config setting or anything that will prevent scaling dragged elements?

Asked by jayenashar 2 days ago

Last reply by jayenashar 1 day ago

Firefox 119.0 on Ubuntu 22.04 has started to freeze which requires killing all Firefox processes

My apologies if I am being a numpty, but I have been using Firefox for many years without issue, and recently (possibly after an update, but I cannot be certain), it has … (read more)

My apologies if I am being a numpty, but I have been using Firefox for many years without issue, and recently (possibly after an update, but I cannot be certain), it has started to randomly freeze. I am running Ubuntu 22.04, and Firefox 119.0. I have demonstrated to myself that if I open a web page with links (but not always), and click on the link, I may still scroll up and down the page, but the mouse cursor never seemed to recognise the hotlink, and doesn't jump to it. The links will work on Chromium. I initially tried resetting the browser, thereby losing all my open pages, but that didn't work. That also removed all extensions ("all" two of them) and that didn't work. Firefox is now pretty much unusable. Any help to resolve this would be appreciated, as I cannot find any solutions online, and it seems I am not alone with this issue! Many thanks,

Asked by trevortmanson 3 weeks ago

Last reply by trevortmanson 2 days ago

Move to Firefox ESR (Windows 7)

I currently have a Windows 7 PC with Firefox version 112.0.2 and normally use the EXE files from Mozilla's FTP site (ftp.mozilla.org/pub/firefox/releases) to upgrade Fire… (read more)

I currently have a Windows 7 PC with Firefox version 112.0.2 and normally use the EXE files from Mozilla's FTP site (ftp.mozilla.org/pub/firefox/releases) to upgrade Firefox.

With Mozilla's decision to move Windows 7 users on to the ESR branch of Firefox I was looking for the best way to install the ESR version using EXE/MSI files. In this regard I have the following questions:

1) Is it best to first install the standard Firefox 115.0.3 EXE (last standard Firefox for Windows 7 users) and then the 115.1.0 EXE (first Windows 7 ESR Firefox)?

2) Would doing the above method cause any conflictions?

3) I read a while ago that the ESR version is a separate install that can run in parallel to the standard version, if this is true would it be ok to uninstall the standard version after the ESR install to not leave vulnerable versions on the system?

4) As the latest ESR version is 115.5.0, if the above method is ok. After installing the standard 115.0.3 should I still install 115.1.0 ESR or move straight to 115.5.0 ESR?

5) When moved onto the ESR branch can you jump versions or do the updates have to be installed in order?

Asked by ffx_user 5 days ago