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Font resizing fails in vue devtools

F.F. version: 73.01 for linux os: linux mint 19.1 Install and click tab for vue devtool. Font resize(ctrl and +) or (ctrl and -). The menu bar above vue devtool resizes … (læs mere)

F.F. version: 73.01 for linux os: linux mint 19.1

Install and click tab for vue devtool. Font resize(ctrl and +) or (ctrl and -). The menu bar above vue devtool resizes but the viewing area of vue devtool fails resizing. Clicking in vue devtool area does not help. Click outside vue devtool and on the content area. Then resize. Works as expected. Click on inspector tab. Resize, works as expected.

Tested vue devtool resizing on linux chrome. Works as expected.

Asked by ab2qik for 2 måneder siden

symbols dont work when in a vm console.

When using the browser normally it seems to work fine, when ever I go into a vm console (promox or xen orchestra) I can no longer type in the symbols via Shift and some n… (læs mere)

When using the browser normally it seems to work fine, when ever I go into a vm console (promox or xen orchestra) I can no longer type in the symbols via Shift and some number. Capitalization still works.. I got the some issue in a private widow but, chromium is still working as expected.

I'm using Manjaro 19 & firefox 71.0

It's seems to be working on the firefox-nightly 75.0

Asked by tabs23 for 2 måneder siden

about:logins hangs

when i try to manage my logins, the about:logins page hangs and never loads. all other about pages work fine. i am using 68.6.0esr (64-bit) on this computer, but i use … (læs mere)

when i try to manage my logins, the about:logins page hangs and never loads. all other about pages work fine. i am using 68.6.0esr (64-bit) on this computer, but i use the latest firefox normally and i have firefox sync. i have never enabled syncing of logins, only history. i'm not sure what causes about:logins to hang. i'm pretty sure it worked in the past on this computer.

Asked by jayenashar for 2 måneder siden

Using Firefox 74.0 on Linux host, I get constant network traffic (Facebook in container) unless I disable access to fbcdn.net

Linux - Kubuntu 19.10 / Firefox 74.0 / Facebook container - I get constant bursts of network traffic unless I disable access to fbcdn.net. (using NoScript extension) I te… (læs mere)

Linux - Kubuntu 19.10 / Firefox 74.0 / Facebook container - I get constant bursts of network traffic unless I disable access to fbcdn.net. (using NoScript extension) I tested Facebook with Chrome and this did not occur. There is no other activity occurring at the time. I have attached screen captures showing the network traffic.

Any ideas what this traffic might be and the best way to stop it.

Asked by waggers for 2 måneder siden

Dragging site information indicator (e.g. a lock) causes big box to appear

E.g. on this site now, clicking on the lock before the address and trying to drag it causes the address to appear at the top of a fairly large box (about 5 times the heig… (læs mere)

E.g. on this site now, clicking on the lock before the address and trying to drag it causes the address to appear at the top of a fairly large box (about 5 times the height of the bookmark bar).

I'm using the i3 window manager on Arch if that makes any difference.

Picture is of the "lock" I'm referring to. Don't know how to screenshot the issue itself though since I need to have the mouse.

Asked by rmp4436 for 2 måneder siden

I am having problems with addons on the overflow menu not displaying correctly.

When an addon's icon (such as Video DownloadHelper, Session Sync, FVD Speed Dial, and others) is on the overflow menu (instead of on the tool bar) it does not display cor… (læs mere)

When an addon's icon (such as Video DownloadHelper, Session Sync, FVD Speed Dial, and others) is on the overflow menu (instead of on the tool bar) it does not display correctly when clicked.

Asked by Chester.Cressman for 2 måneder siden

I have trouble publishing a corrected version of Firefox theme.

"The email address used for your account is not allowed for add-on submission." For some reason, my email address is not suitable for theme submission.Unfortunately, I d… (læs mere)

"The email address used for your account is not allowed for add-on submission." For some reason, my email address is not suitable for theme submission.Unfortunately, I don't have access to e-mail with this address, because this address was provided by the temp-mail.org service. However, I still have my Firefox account login and password. Do I really need to delete my old account and create a new one? Why all these inconveniences? All themes are already moderated in full detail. This is just a set of color codes. What kind of security risk can these colors cause?

Asked by xawol for 2 måneder siden

Tab crash while there is no space in /tmp

Dear Mozilla team, the problem I just experienced was that both my Telegram Web and WhatsApp Web tabs kept crashing when a new message arrived or when I tried to play a v… (læs mere)

Dear Mozilla team, the problem I just experienced was that both my Telegram Web and WhatsApp Web tabs kept crashing when a new message arrived or when I tried to play a video (the latter only tested with Telegram). After some investigation I noticed that Steam had helpfully written a 16GB log file into /tmp, leaving 0 bytes of space left over. I'm pretty sure that WhatsApp Web and Telegram Web both use local storage so maybe some part of that relies on there being space in /tmp? Now that I've cleared up /tmp, everything works fine again.

Here's one of the crash reports: https://crash-stats.mozilla.org/report/index/142a1504-aa49-41e2-bcb7-0e9790200329

I'm a bit confused why it crashed in that Audio thread, but perhaps it's a case of "garbage in garbage out"?

Kind regards, Felix Weimer

Asked by felix13 for 2 måneder siden

DNS resolution takes over 100 ms longer in Firefox than OS DNS resolution. How to improve?

Firefox takes an exceedingly long time to perform DNS resolution. For example when I visit yahoo.com resolving s.yimg.com takes 133 ms. Resolution takes almost a magnitud… (læs mere)

Firefox takes an exceedingly long time to perform DNS resolution. For example when I visit yahoo.com resolving s.yimg.com takes 133 ms.

Resolution takes almost a magnitude longer than it should take. For reference when I use dig:

$ dig s.yimg.com | grep "Query time" ;; Query time: 19 msec

I run dnsmasq on localhost, so whatever isn't already cached only takes about 20 ms on average to resolve.

Why is Firefox taking so long to do DNS resolution and what can I do to fix it?

I've already tried toggling DNS prefetch and disabling IPv6 DNS. No effect.

I'm running the latest Firefox ESR on Linux antix1 4.9.200-antix.1-amd64-smp

Asked by firedns for 2 måneder siden

I can't import my digital certificate from a backup (.p12) file

After having lost my bookmarks and personal information in a previous Firefox version (it kept telling me the file was in use by some other application), I managed to res… (læs mere)

After having lost my bookmarks and personal information in a previous Firefox version (it kept telling me the file was in use by some other application), I managed to restore them. Now I am using 74.0 and I want to import my user certificate, from a backup created with the previous version of Firefox, in a .p12 file, but it won't appear as an option. Even if I choose to see all files and select the backup file, nothing happens, just as if it was empty. But I get no error message.

Asked by Marcel for 2 måneder siden

Firefox doesn't render SVGs as Safari does.

https://gitlab.com/vivebox/TREE3 . Safari on iPad correctly renders that SVG, but Firefox on GNU/Linux shows the source code as a text file. In the screenshot is my iOS v… (læs mere)

https://gitlab.com/vivebox/TREE3 . Safari on iPad correctly renders that SVG, but Firefox on GNU/Linux shows the source code as a text file. In the screenshot is my iOS version. . Most importantly: Linux is only a kernel. So GNU/Linux is the correct name.

Asked by wangziheng for 2 måneder siden

switch to tab suggestion when searching in address bar does not work

In the preferences, of firefox in privacy and security section, in address bar there are three boxes that can be ticked namely: Browsing history Bookmars opened tabs In w… (læs mere)

In the preferences, of firefox in privacy and security section, in address bar there are three boxes that can be ticked namely: Browsing history Bookmars opened tabs

In which situations the switch to tab suggestion feature is working

The switch to tab feature seems to work when only the opened tabs tick box is ticked

In every other compination where the tabs tick box is ticked also, the feature does not work. For example when the tick boxes bookmark and switch opened tabs are ticked

Asked by SilverHawk for 2 måneder siden

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… (læs mere)

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 for 1 måned siden

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. … (læs mere)

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 for 1 måned siden

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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 … (læs mere)

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 for 1 måned siden

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)… (læs mere)

(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 for 1 måned siden