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SEC_ERROR_BAD_SIGNATURE on my TP-Link router

I can't access my TP-Link router from Linux, I got SEC_ERROR_BAD_SIGNATURE and no options to add an exception, since some versions ago. I can using another browser on Li… (pročitajte više)

I can't access my TP-Link router from Linux, I got SEC_ERROR_BAD_SIGNATURE and no options to add an exception, since some versions ago. I can using another browser on Linux and with Firefox in windows. But I don't want to have another browser installed on my Linux machine only to access my router.

BTW, I don't like white backgrounds.

Asked by emztmmmfhqjdwpujfs prije 2 mjeseci

Search on page doesn't work if the text is not in the current view

If you seach on a page (ctrl f) for a text in a page, and that text is found on the page, but is not currently inside of the viewing window, it does not result in a hit. … (pročitajte više)

If you seach on a page (ctrl f) for a text in a page, and that text is found on the page, but is not currently inside of the viewing window, it does not result in a hit. If you scroll down so you can see the text, and search again, it will hit.

This only occurs on Linux (Elementary OS), FF v 74.0 x64.

Is this a known issue?

Asked by stefan.baeckstrand prije 2 mjeseci

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Firefox installed by snap: how to open downloaded files?

locking this thread as duplicate, please continue at https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/que.../1284465 Firefox came preinstalled as snap package on ubuntu 18.04, but has … (pročitajte više)

locking this thread as duplicate, please continue at https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/que.../1284465

Firefox came preinstalled as snap package on ubuntu 18.04, but has been giving trouble since

I'm running through problems when downloading files:


   The open with dialog application does not see most applications, in particular it doesn't see evince nor libreoffice. The dropdown defaults to "Url Handler Script (default)", which does nothing with my files.
If I choose to open the file with firefox (say a pdf file) a blank page appears

All these options work with chrome though..

The only way I can view a downloadable file is by saving it somewhere in my home directory and then open it which is a pain!


Obviously snap firefox doesn't access anything beyond thatI've successfully installed Firefox as a snap package (done by default by installing it through Ubuntu's "software center"). It does work, and give me a more recent version of Firefox than the one available through APT.

I'm running through problems when downloading files, though:

   Saving them in /tmp/ does not work, since the snap version of Firefox uses a different filesystem than the one of the host computer, hence Firefox and non-snap applications see different content in /tmp/.
   The open with dialog application does not see most applications, in particular it doesn't see evince nor libreoffice, which I've installed through APT. The dropdown defaults to "Url Handler Script (default)", which apparently does nothing with my files.
   If I save a downloaded file, the open containing folder button in the downloads list does not work. I'm guessing that it tries to open nautilus, but fails to do so because nautilus is a non-snap application.I've successfully installed Firefox as a snap package (done by default by installing it through Ubuntu's "software center"). It does work, and give me a more recent version of Firefox than the one available through APT.

I'm running through problems when downloading files, though:

   Saving them in /tmp/ does not work, since the snap version of Firefox uses a different filesystem than the one of the host computer, hence Firefox and non-snap applications see different content in /tmp/.
   The open with dialog application does not see most applications, in particular it doesn't see evince nor libreoffice, which I've installed through APT. The dropdown defaults to "Url Handler Script (default)", which apparently does nothing with my files.
   If I save a downloaded file, the open containing folder button in the downloads list does not work.

Asked by chet10 prije 2 mjeseci

Under GNU/Linux the system's/user's umask (e.g. 027) appears ignored when downloading files with Firefox 68.7.0esr - any ideas pls?

(tech details omitted here as believed to be a fairly common issue [perhaps: https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=120679] although happy to provide some if asked)… (pročitajte više)

(tech details omitted here as believed to be a fairly common issue [perhaps: https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=120679] although happy to provide some if asked)

Sorry to raise this issue from about 6 or 7 years ago but it is quite a niggle - if not a potential privacy/security risk.. For info, I think this was fixed briefly about that time but returned in a slightly newer version. If you plan to fix this I should be most happy to await Debian developers to consider a newer version of Firefox ESR a "stable" package and release it to the likes of me.

Many thanks and best wishes

Dave C

Asked by DaveC prije 2 mjeseci

sketchfab became slow

pc specs: https://pastebin.com/vVYLjhDR firefox version: 75.0 (64-bit) system and firefox are up to date. sketchfab.com became unusable. webgl window has low fps, as if t… (pročitajte više)

pc specs: https://pastebin.com/vVYLjhDR firefox version: 75.0 (64-bit)

system and firefox are up to date. sketchfab.com became unusable. webgl window has low fps, as if the hardware acceleration was turned off. i've tried turning it off and on with restarting firefox after each action. doesn't help.

im not sure if it became an issue after last update, bc last time i've visited sketchfab was a while ago. it is working fine in chrome and opera

Asked by oldgayracist prije 2 mjeseci

Is it safe/adviseable to save the Firefox profile from old installation of Linux Mint OS and use that saved profile under newly installed Firefox browser

Is there a way to get a request to the developers of Firefox (particularly, the version that is installed and used by Linux Mint 19.3) that they come up with a way for us… (pročitajte više)

Is there a way to get a request to the developers of Firefox (particularly, the version that is installed and used by Linux Mint 19.3) that they come up with a way for users of Linux Mint (including those of us who are not terminal command line experts) to easily move the saved info like passwords, autofill info, etc., etc. from Firefox on an older install of Linux Mint to a newly installed/fresh version of of LInux Mint, without having compatibility problems being caused by that info not being liked by the Firefox browser under the new Linux Mint install ???

Also, it sure would be nice if Firefox would fix the bookmarking features of the browser by No. 1) getting rid of that OTHER folder category/choice for storing saved bookmarks and No. 2) getting rid of the feature that makes the window for choosing where to save bookmark disappear after just a short time period of a second or two and just WAIT until the user makes a chose of where to save and display the bookmark and user has hit the OK/enter/done key function.

Thanks.

Asked by wpshooter prije 2 mjeseci

Download finishing but without the correct filename nor extension.

I'm using firefox 74 on ubuntu 20.04. I'm facing an issue with my firefox browser since a long time when dowloading file or attachement. The download is completing but th… (pročitajte više)

I'm using firefox 74 on ubuntu 20.04. I'm facing an issue with my firefox browser since a long time when dowloading file or attachement. The download is completing but the file or attachement appear with a generic file name without extension. Everytime I need to go file browser or terminal console and change the file name and extension to the correct one prior to open the file. I tried to reset the firefox browser but it doesn't solve the problem. Attachement below for your reference.

Asked by discyan prije 2 mjeseci

Why does webgl fail for Firefox?

Sites that use WebGL fail for me on Firefox, and in the 'WebGL 1 Driver Renderer' field of about:support, I see the message: WebGL creation failed: Refused to create n… (pročitajte više)

Sites that use WebGL fail for me on Firefox, and in the 'WebGL 1 Driver Renderer' field of about:support, I see the message:

WebGL creation failed:

  • Refused to create native OpenGL context because of blacklist entry: FEATURE_FAILURE_GLXTEST_FAILED
  • Exhausted GL driver options.

I haven't been able to find information about this error by searching on these forums or the web.

It should be noted that WebGL works fine in Chrome on the same machine.

I'm running Ubuntu 20.04 with an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1070 card, running nvidia-driver-440 from the Ubuntu apt archive.

Asked by Cody Shepherd prije 2 mjeseci

Error code: SEC_ERROR_TOKEN_NOT_LOGGED_IN

I work at Manjaro KDE. Trying to access public institutions with a digital certificate, I always get this error that I don't know how to solve after reinstalling PK11. Pl… (pročitajte više)

I work at Manjaro KDE. Trying to access public institutions with a digital certificate, I always get this error that I don't know how to solve after reinstalling PK11. Please, I need help urgently. Manuel Bermúdez

Asked by Manuel prije 2 mjeseci

Google Maps is again painfully slow in Firefox 75/Linux

Scrolling Google Maps is slow for map, slower for satellite view (black areas appear), same for 3D view, loading Street View pictures takes about 10 seconds. None of thes… (pročitajte više)

Scrolling Google Maps is slow for map, slower for satellite view (black areas appear), same for 3D view, loading Street View pictures takes about 10 seconds. None of these happen with Chromium browser - all is smooth. I am using an older laptop: Toshiba Satellite 2-processor Intel 2GHz, Linux Mint Bionic/Tessa. Network is 10 Mbps up and down.

This has happened before. Any thoughts?

Asked by Matthew prije 2 mjeseci

Bad font rendering no some websites

Hi, I installed Firefox flatpak on Debian testing as Debian packages only have firefox-esr. Everything is working fine except that the font rendering looks bad on some we… (pročitajte više)

Hi,

I installed Firefox flatpak on Debian testing as Debian packages only have firefox-esr. Everything is working fine except that the font rendering looks bad on some websites. See the attached screenshot from github.com for example. Based on previous questions on this forum, I have tried

  1. Running in safe-mode
  2. Ensured that minimum font size is set to None
  3. Ensure that Allow pages to choose their own fonts, instead of your selections above is checked

But none of that fixed my problem. Any suggestions on what else I should do to fix this?

Asked by anirudhnihalani prije 2 mjeseci

click and drag tab to desktop not working (Fedora 31)

In the old days this used to work. You click on a tab in Firefox and drag it to the desktop and it creates a new window with the selected tab. The animation of the tab fl… (pročitajte više)

In the old days this used to work. You click on a tab in Firefox and drag it to the desktop and it creates a new window with the selected tab. The animation of the tab flying throught the air while being dragged is still there, but release of the mouse causes the tab to “fly” back to its original window. :face_with_raised_eyebrow:

Does anyone know what is going on?

Asked by markito3 prije 2 mjeseci

Why is deleting histrory is way harder than anyone thinks?

If you are signed into Firefox, and you have multiple devices, like a desktop PC, a laptop, a raspberry pi, and all of them have Firefox-beta and Firefox-developer-editio… (pročitajte više)

If you are signed into Firefox, and you have multiple devices, like a desktop PC, a laptop, a raspberry pi, and all of them have Firefox-beta and Firefox-developer-edition, deleting history isn't a child's play, it can hours of work!

For example, A month ago, I deleted the older histories from my laptop. If you delete many histories, Firefox will slowly consume all your system's available RAM unless you kill it, ok fine, probably Firefox is written the inefficient way.

Then I turned on my raspberry Pi. And all my hard-work of deleting history got synced with my laptop. Ok I deleted them again.

Then I turned on my Computer... Oh No! Again it got synced... They say patience is the key to success (here success is deleting histories).

Then I realized that I had a tonne of virtual machines, I use them once a month maybe. Executing Firefox on them would sync them again or so. So I had to put myself in a state of meditation to remind my subconscious mind to remember to delete the ~/.mozilla/ directory whenever I open my virtual machines.

I am a mere human, I might not have patience like the Firefox devs, I can't waste months deleting histories, I have other works to do. So I went to the Firefox sign in page, signed in, disconnected all the devices, removed the ~/.mozilla/ directory, then logged in again, synced, deleted histories, and then slowly I singed in to all the devices.

In Firefox, forgiving your past is not that easy. So what do you think is it a child's play to delete your histories?

Asked by Sourav prije 2 mjeseci

Why changing theme requires the patience of god?

"God never said that the journey would be easy, but He did say that the arrival would be worthwhile." I am not a god, but a mere human. God may have the patience to chang… (pročitajte više)

"God never said that the journey would be easy, but He did say that the arrival would be worthwhile."

I am not a god, but a mere human. God may have the patience to change Firefox theme of his laptop, sync his other computer, and change both of his computer's theme to the "default" one. He might then change both of his computer's and laptop's themes, and turn on his raspberry pi, and all the three computers now has the "default" theme.

These things were like this for ages. I think I am wrong thinking sync shouldn't work this way. Say in google, when you type something, it's saved to your search history, you remove it from one device, then it's gone from all the devices. But maybe Firefox devs think sync is merely syncing all the devices together.

There should be a timestamp in sync. When you change one theme in the future, you should change it for all the devices. You shouldn't change your laptop's theme to the desktop ones again because simply it should override the theme on the Firefox server.

"Tis strange - but true; for truth is always strange; Stranger than fiction"

Yes, yes, reality is strange, changing a thing in Firefox in future syncs all the works from the past. It's messes up everything, the data isn't updated to the server, rather I don't know what kind of convoluted thing it does to perplex mere humans.

What do you think? Should sync mess up with all the devices?

Asked by Sourav prije 2 mjeseci

erratic on video playing and scrolling on any site with 4K monitor

Hi, I have an issue and I can't figure out why is this. When I'm watching video on YouTube, Netflix, videa, or any other site, and I'm doing this on 4K monitor I get trou… (pročitajte više)

Hi,

I have an issue and I can't figure out why is this. When I'm watching video on YouTube, Netflix, videa, or any other site, and I'm doing this on 4K monitor I get trouble with my play back speed. The image tearing, or stutters. (I have trouble only with the video the sound is good.) But, when I do this on 1080p It's just works perfectly. I tried this out on an other browser too, but i didn't had this problem.

My config: OS: Ubuntu 20.04 TLS Nvidia driver version: 440.64 CPU: Intel i5 Gen 4 GPU: Nvidia GeForce GTX 1070

Thaks for helping me! Sorry for my poor english.

Asked by Zsólya Máté prije 2 mjeseci

Firefox has gone mute

I was using simple screen recorder to record a class when my battery ran out. I didn't let the system to hibernate properly and i forced the shutdown. Next thing i knew w… (pročitajte više)

I was using simple screen recorder to record a class when my battery ran out. I didn't let the system to hibernate properly and i forced the shutdown. Next thing i knew was that all of my firefox tabs are mute. Some programs doesnt even start. I tried to get around this by restarting and shutting down propoerly my pc. And it worked for a time. But it keeps happening. I searched around, and it seems to have something to do with PulseAudio, the very thing that was being used by simple screen recorder by the moment the battery ran out. Im using the latest version of firefox on ubuntu 18.04. pls help

Asked by spartan_099_halo prije 2 mjeseci

Make firefox to only restore tabs and not windows when "restore previous session" is checked in optinos.

I was wondering if there is any way to make Firefox work as before. I don't want my windows being moved around by this option. What I really care about is restoring the t… (pročitajte više)

I was wondering if there is any way to make Firefox work as before. I don't want my windows being moved around by this option. What I really care about is restoring the tabs from previous session.

Actually when I open Firefox in a (GNU/Linux) workspace I want it to show up exactly at the workspace I'm opening it. However this options moves Firefox to the workspace it was previously active on which is bugging me really bad.

So is there any way around it?

Asked by Milad prije 2 mjeseci

Why does https everywhere add-on cause FF75 to demand non-stop high CPU usage and at reboot cause FF process to have to be killed?

Having endured this problem for some time, I finally booted FF75 (previous versions had this as well) into safe mode and tested FF for two days with no problem. Began re… (pročitajte više)

Having endured this problem for some time, I finally booted FF75 (previous versions had this as well) into safe mode and tested FF for two days with no problem. Began reactivating my add-ons one by one and running them for two days before adding another. HTTPS, when added, preformed properly for about 15-20 minutes and then the CPU percentage spiked to 90% plus and would not drop. Restarting FF said it was still running. FF continues to run even though it has been shut down. The process has to be killed before FF will restart. The rogue process will run indefinitely if it is not killed. Seems only to happen if HTTPS Everywhere is activated. I have tested add-ons one at a time with no others active. This is the only one that causes this behavior. I really like that add-on but find its use prohibitive due to this problem. There is no place on the add-on website to report this. Should it be reported as a bug and, if so, where? Thanks in advance for any assistance on this issue. I doubt I'm the only one who has it.

Asked by Questant prije 2 mjeseci

How can I change background color of page before loading starts?

I tried adding style to userChrome.css @-moz-document url-prefix(about:blank) { * { background: black !important; } } and https://support.mozilla.org/en-US… (pročitajte više)

I tried adding style to userChrome.css

@-moz-document url-prefix(about:blank) {

   * {
       background: black !important;
   }

}

and https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1106886 but both did not work. Dark mode extension works after loading a page but not before loading page in new tab.

Asked by Taku prije 2 mjeseci

search engines using http POST

Dear All, Firefox does not seem to persistently save search engines which use http POST to accept search queries. example, if I add the search engine at https://subscene.… (pročitajte više)

Dear All,

Firefox does not seem to persistently save search engines which use http POST to accept search queries. example, if I add the search engine at https://subscene.com/ and assign a keyword to it, it works for that session but does not survive across reboots.

If anyone knows how to make it work persistently please share. Thanks.

Asked by ameetpm prije 2 mjeseci