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Firefox 76.0.1 not playing embedded Twitter videos

On the entertainment media site Buzzfeed, clicking on a post of an embedded Twitter video gives me a blank white image. No error message like "Unable to play the file". I… (læs mere)

On the entertainment media site Buzzfeed, clicking on a post of an embedded Twitter video gives me a blank white image. No error message like "Unable to play the file". I did a clear history, cache & cookies and refreshed Firefox. I ran the apt update for Ubunto. It had been operating smoothly in the past. If I go to Twitter, it plays. It just goes blank when I click on the video embedded in the post.

Thank you for any assistance.

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"CTRL F5" closes Firefox without warning and Restart does not load previous session

For last 1-2 weeks, "CTRL F5" closes Firefox without warning and Restart does not load previous session. Am using current v. 76.0.1, 64-bit Hoping for help ! Thanks, Jef… (læs mere)

For last 1-2 weeks, "CTRL F5" closes Firefox without warning and Restart does not load previous session.

Am using current v. 76.0.1, 64-bit

Hoping for help !

Thanks,

Jeff

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How do I login to my Firefox account?

How do I login to my Firefox account? How can there be 2885 results to this question? I would like to be able to login to all things Firefox with one ID and Password. … (læs mere)

How do I login to my Firefox account? How can there be 2885 results to this question? I would like to be able to login to all things Firefox with one ID and Password.

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"Remember browsing and download history" and bookmark favicons

Greetings. I have been experiencing a problem saving bookmarks with favicons. I am able to save bookmarks but unable to save favicons with them. This only happens when th… (læs mere)

Greetings.

I have been experiencing a problem saving bookmarks with favicons. I am able to save bookmarks but unable to save favicons with them. This only happens when the option "Remember browsing and download history" is OFF. Thus to save a bookmark with favicon I do need to ON the above option. Consequently if the option "Remember browsing and download history-Browsing & Download History" is ON then these favicons will be deleted when close Firefox.

A few examples of websites affecting are, https://www.alfaromeo.com.au/ https://flagfox.net/index.php https://www.qbittorrent.org/

It seems only some sites are affected and in my bookmarks they are 14 of them. I would like to know how to keep favicons permanently and make Firefox not to remember browsing and download history plus let it clean browsing & download history when Firefox closes.

Windows 10 18363.836/Firefox 76.0.1

Regards,

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Attempting to seach for a bookmark (in Firefox Library) causes "not responding" message, altho search is completed in 8 minutes. Help?

Hi...Every time I attempt to search for a bookmark by clicking "show your bookmarks" (or Ctrl/shift/b), then selecting "all bookmarks", then attempting to type something … (læs mere)

Hi...Every time I attempt to search for a bookmark by clicking "show your bookmarks" (or Ctrl/shift/b), then selecting "all bookmarks", then attempting to type something in the search box, it freezes...and just allows me to press enter, it then turns the "x" in the top right red, and gives a "Not responding" message next to Library(in the top left)..I can still click the red x to cancel the search.

I say attempting to do a search, as it only allows me to type up to 4 (is the most) letters in the search box...its often just one letter before it freezes, and the curser turns into a spinning blue circle....If i just leave it for around 8 minutes,(after pressing enter) it then lists my bookmarks with the search criteria I had used, and the "Not responding" message disappears....and the machine goes back to normal

I have tried removing all my addons and extensions, tried renaming my prefs.js file, but it still hangs and takes 8 minutes.

I havent as yet done a reinstall of Firefox without any of my personal data, or tried a refresh.

The laptop is an HP i7 16gb ram, Win 10 Pro 64bit 1909, Firefox 76.0.1...with all updates present.

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Auto-update consequences: Unwanted (regional) search engines, despite having en-US set as my locale, and partially reset browser settings

Hello everyone, Today my Windows 10 and Firefox browser have automatically updated themselves, which is totally fine, however, to my shock, when I started the browser, I … (læs mere)

Hello everyone,

Today my Windows 10 and Firefox browser have automatically updated themselves, which is totally fine, however, to my shock, when I started the browser, I found out that my default search engine was replaced by "Yandex", as well as "eBay" was added to the list of search engines, and I always had only Google (default), Bing and DuckDuckGo. I did not consent to this, nor I was warned that was going to happen. It's important to note that while I'm currently residing in Russia and therefore have a Russian IP address, all my programs, my OS and Firefox were set to use English as the default and only language, and I had everything pointing to United States as my only choice of region/location/language in the Windows regional settings. Also, further digging reveled that these were not the only settings that were reset. Among them were ALL privacy settings, toolbar & UI customizations, and Pocket has raised from the dead, despite being completely switched off with about:config settings. And I am yet to discover how many other about:config settings were reset as well. The history, downloads and bookmarks all seem to be unaffected and in place and order.

I know what the first reply is going to be: "You've got a virus, bud", but before anyone jumps to a conclusion that I've indeed got a virus/malware/whatever, absolutely the same thing has happened on my Linux install as well. No, it isn't a virus, at least on my end. It appears that Mozilla is the one engaging in such behavior. How else would you explain that both installs, one of which came from the official Mozilla's FTP, and the other one is from the official Arch repos, are both poisoned by this?! And guess what, I tried to replicate this in a virtual machine — absolutely the same result! All of the regional settings and the guest OS are set to English (United States), but I still get what I now call a "regional inconvenience and overall experience downgrade pack".

I'd really like to hear an explanation as to why this happens and possibly have a responsible person's attention to the matter, or at least be able to file a bug report (if it is a bug, which I doubt it is — take a look at the paragraph above). But regardless of that I believe that such behavior on Mozilla's end is intolerable, infuriating and disrespectful to both users' settings and the users themselves, which is not how I remember Mozilla, when I started using Firefox (that was around when 1.5 came out).

Now, a message to Mozilla: If this continues, and if this is how Mozilla envisioned the future of Firefox, I'm afraid it's time for us to part ways and either use a fork that doesn't do this, or join the evil forces of IE6 2.0... whoops, I meant Chromium/Blink.

You were indeed fighting for our freedoms back in the day, but apparently you are now fighting only for your monetary gains by pre-installing such regional inconvenience and overall experience downgrade packs. If I have an English (US) OS, but live in another country, I still want to have the same experience as English (US) users who are in the US. I don't need such "convenience". You need to understand something: nobody does! If they do have an urge to use a vanda...-"regionalized" browser; they'd download an appropriate version and happily use it with their favorite search engine! Whereas me, and people like me can't, because you are forcing the same experience onto us. I've spent 15 years with Firefox and I wouldn't want to abandon using this amazing browser, but please, change your ways and consider your partnerships. Otherwise I want to do nothing with a browser that respects neither my settings, nor me.

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Can't access Wikipedia (and some other sites): “Secure Connection Failed”

Hello, everyone. My Firefox (v76.0.1, Windows 10 Pro 1909) can't access the English Wikipedia (en.wikipedia.org) and some other sites I need to work with. This started ha… (læs mere)

Hello, everyone. My Firefox (v76.0.1, Windows 10 Pro 1909) can't access the English Wikipedia (en.wikipedia.org) and some other sites I need to work with. This started happening suddenly Tuesday night.

This is the error (in English, since my Firefox is in Brazilian Portuguese):

Secure Connection Failed

An error occurred during a connection to en.wikipedia.org. PR_END_OF_FILE_ERROR

The page you are trying to view cannot be shown because the authenticity of the received data could not be verified.

Please contact the website owners to inform them of this problem.

upload.wikimedia.org gives me the same error. The bizarre thing is that Wikipedias in other languages seem to work normally. Other browsers work fine.

Searching it online, it doesn't seem to be a common problem, and it just started happening by itself. I don't remember installing anything on this PC that day. My only antivirus is Windows Defender. I don't use any VPNs.

Tried all solutions I could find on Google. So far I did:

  • Ctrl + F5
  • Edited the hosts file
  • Deleted cert8.db
  • Changed network proxy settings to No proxy and Automatically detect proxy configuration (was in Use system settings)
  • Toggled DNS over HTTPS
  • Went in about:config and toggled network.dns.disableIPv6
  • Started Firefox in Safe Mode
  • Backed up the profile folder and just let Firefox create a new one
  • Rebooted my router

None of that worked.

I work with site builder platforms and since yesterday the error is starting to creep up in those servers, too.

Any ideas? I just noticed that Wikipedia search is gone from the list of opensearch engines also… This is getting increasingly bizarre…

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folders don't work in Bookmarks toolbar

I have several folders set up in the Bookmarks Toolbar folder, so they display nicely on the toolbar. However lately they stopped working - if I click it once after star… (læs mere)

I have several folders set up in the Bookmarks Toolbar folder, so they display nicely on the toolbar. However lately they stopped working - if I click it once after starting Firefox, it'll open. But if I try to click a second time, it no longer opens, and just remains in a "highlighted" state. Any reason why it's happening? In the screenshot you can see what it looks like after the "Current" folder is clicked.

The folders are accessible fine if I go to Bookmarks menu item and navigate from there.

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MAC Your Firefox profile cannot be loaded. It may be missing or inaccessible (Already deleted Profiles file/folder and cleared cache, no avail). how to fix?

Alright, I use Firefox like normal, but sometime today it stopped working, I get "Your Firefox profile cannot be loaded. It may be missing or inaccessible" error, I looke… (læs mere)

Alright, I use Firefox like normal, but sometime today it stopped working, I get "Your Firefox profile cannot be loaded. It may be missing or inaccessible" error, I looked it up using safari, followed every possible interpretation of the instructions to no avail, I deleted the profiles folder and file, in both cache, and application support, on both my user folder and global HDD folder, no fix whatsoever, I don't know why this isn't working (yes I checked the hidden files, I searched my entire HDD and found no results for anything remotely named "Profile"/"Profiles" and I don't know what else to say.

I have checked: Application support (on every user) & Cache (on every user)

I don't know what's up, I also reinstalled Firefox after deleting everything related to it and I just don't know.

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LaTeX / KaTeX / math-jax doesn't render on many sites

Some math typesetting doesn't render. Neither on my desktop Firefox nor my android Firefox installs. I believe it is just KaTeX, especially from pages with github type ma… (læs mere)

Some math typesetting doesn't render. Neither on my desktop Firefox nor my android Firefox installs. I believe it is just KaTeX, especially from pages with github type markdown rendering.

This does not render correctly [image attached]. It appears to be a 'math-jax' typesetter actually, judging by the header scripts.

This does render... eventually. But the page layout jumps around. It displays the underlying tex for a bit before the typesetter executes. Very usable but a little jarring every time it loads.

The problem persists in safe-mode. I have also tried multiple extensions to force or add rendering support but none have helped.

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Firefox keeps crashing after installing Netnanny Version 10

Hi I recently installed NetNanny Version 10 on my laptop. After the installation, every time I open Firefox it will crash and close within 5 seconds. As soon as I unins… (læs mere)

Hi

I recently installed NetNanny Version 10 on my laptop. After the installation, every time I open Firefox it will crash and close within 5 seconds. As soon as I uninstall NetNanny, Firefox will go back to normal.

I tried uninstalling and re-installing Firefox (V76.0.1, 64-bit) and re-installing NetNanny but the same keeps happening over and over. Note I also 'disable' NetNanny temporarily, however Firefox will still crash.

I will appreciate some help with this.

Thanks and regards jB

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In Windows 10 Resource Monitor, Firefox.exe points to Softonic.com

Hello. 1st post here. I'm using Firefox on a Windows 10 machine, & try to be diligent about not downloading content from insecure sources, using Malwarebytes, not cli… (læs mere)

Hello. 1st post here. I'm using Firefox on a Windows 10 machine, & try to be diligent about not downloading content from insecure sources, using Malwarebytes, not clicking on questionable links, etc

So, I was surprised to see that Firefox.exe points to Softonic.com when I looked at "Resource Monitor" inside of the Administrative Tools app.

A separate machine, also logged into the same Firefox & Windows accounts, but which only runs 32-bit Win 10, doesn't point to Softonic.com.

Is this an issue to worry about, and if so, suggested actions to fit it?

Thanks.

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I'm locked out of viewing saved passwords, and my Firefox login and password aren't giving me access

I'm using the latest version of Firefox (I have automatic updates enabled) on my Windows desktop. I am trying to view a saved password I created a while ago so I can use… (læs mere)

I'm using the latest version of Firefox (I have automatic updates enabled) on my Windows desktop. I am trying to view a saved password I created a while ago so I can use it in another application. I used to be able to view passwords via the "Logins and Passwords" option, followed by clicking on the eye symbol. Now when I try I am prompted to "verify my identity" with a login. My firefox account login and password (which I verified are correct) don't give me access.

My research suggests Firefox now uses Firefox Lockwise to secure passwords. I have not created a Firefox Lockwise account, so do not have an account name or password for it (if that's even necessary).

Another user posted a solution to a similar problem which he stated was a "temporary fix" that "may not work for future updates", and I am concerned. I would like to be able to view my saved password, now and in the future. How do I once again get access to my saved passwords?

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How can I completely disable those little video boxes that appear as I scroll?

Since the last couple of FF updates, all of a sudden when I'm looking at a video on a page and I scroll down the page, a smaller version of the video pops up and scrolls … (læs mere)

Since the last couple of FF updates, all of a sudden when I'm looking at a video on a page and I scroll down the page, a smaller version of the video pops up and scrolls down the page with me. It didn't do this before. I want to completely disable this feature, since I NEVER want to see a video following me as I am scrolling down the page (though I want it to keep playing so I can hear the audio). I couldn't figure out how to block this in about:config. Please tell me there's a way to do it - preferably without an add-on!

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Profile info I copied from old version to new doesn't appear to have updated.

This evening, I was prompted to update to the latest version of Firefox, so I went ahead with it. I wasn't expecting it to create an entirely new install, rather than ove… (læs mere)

This evening, I was prompted to update to the latest version of Firefox, so I went ahead with it. I wasn't expecting it to create an entirely new install, rather than overlaying the current one. I went ahead with the instructions to copy info from my old profile to the new, but when I close the new browser and relaunch, none of my old info (bookmarks, open tabs, etc.) is there. I had copied all the files listed in the article.

The old install was to the C: drive. I did not have enough space on C:, so I installed the new to D:. Looks like, in spite of that, the profile files went to the usual location on C:. I don't know if that is the issue or not, but I need some help figuring this out. Grateful for any guidance you can offer.

Jay Tucker

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Is there any way to "catch" the default download carpet of Firefox by means of code (i.e, an app made in VBA which can run in many computers)

I am making an Excel VBA application in which I need to download a file whit Firefox. Due that this app must run in many computers with differents default download carpet… (læs mere)

I am making an Excel VBA application in which I need to download a file whit Firefox. Due that this app must run in many computers with differents default download carpets, is there any way to "cath" the default download carpet of Firefox by means of code, in this case, VBA ). Is this default carpet "hidden" at any place in the Windows register? This could also help me.

Thanks in advance.

Julio

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Firefox started to crash this morning

I experience repeatable tab crashes since today morning at various websites, most prominently www.reddit.com. The crashes do happen in safe mode as well and after the cle… (læs mere)

I experience repeatable tab crashes since today morning at various websites, most prominently www.reddit.com. The crashes do happen in safe mode as well and after the clean up Firefox procedure. Crash ID is bp-b02f6b64-cca8-4b66-a803-d5c000200518

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