I use firefox always in fulscreen mode, if i put any html5 video in fulscreen when the video stops my whole firefox goes to windowed mode..
How to recreate the problem: 1. put your firefox in fullscreen mode (use the F11 key). 2. navigate to any html5 video (on vimeo or anywhere). 3. click the video's fullscr…
How to recreate the problem: 1. put your firefox in fullscreen mode (use the F11 key). 2. navigate to any html5 video (on vimeo or anywhere). 3. click the video's fullscreen button (now the video is in fullscreen too). 4. THE PROBLEM: If the video stops or ESC is pressed or the video's exit fullscreen button clicked, we don't return to the fullscreen firefox but firefox goes to windowed mode.
Firefox should stay in fullscreen mode after a fullscreen html5 video just like with any flash based video.
Firefox version: 36.0.4 Os: win7
Is anyone else experiencing not being able to log into Amazon.com? the log in screen is asking for sensitive info (which I have never had to enter before).
I don't know where else to ask my question, but I just want to know if other Firefox users are experiencing this same problem. On Amazon's log in screen, I see this: "We…
I don't know where else to ask my question, but I just want to know if other Firefox users are experiencing this same problem. On Amazon's log in screen, I see this: "We haven't seen you using this device before. To help protect your account, we just want to make sure it's really you." and it asks me to enter my credit/debit card info, phone number and zip code as verification. I have been using the same computer since 2012, so it does not make any sense for me to be seeing that message. plus, I had no trouble logging in as of Thursday night. but Friday night is when this occurred and still is. to me, it appears to be a scam or a hacker ploy. I am experiencing this problem through Firefox and Internet Explorer (but I also installed Opera and Google Chrome as a test to see if I were to have the same problem, and I did). I contacted Amazon and 1 person replied, but the answer did not provide any help at all. Am I the only one experiencing this? I have scanned my computer with McAfee and Norton and no Viruses, Trojans or any malicious software is found. so this can't be what is causing me to not be able to log into my Amazon account.
(note: sensitive info/numbers in the image have been removed and replaced with XX)