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loginsFirefox not working with certain websites (login, interactive forms, etc.)

Hello, I have a very odd problem with my firefox browser. I am running firefox 88 64bit on a 16.04 (I know...) Ubuntu. On certain websites, I have an issue with interacti… (læs mere)

Hello, I have a very odd problem with my firefox browser. I am running firefox 88 64bit on a 16.04 (I know...) Ubuntu. On certain websites, I have an issue with interactive content: www.leboncoin.fr will not let me login anymore (quite recent) www.decathlon.fr will have trouble displaying user comments, images, let alone placing an order Now and then websites with dynamic content and forms will not load...

I am not sure what is the link between all these but it seems related. I have tried the troubleshoot mode but it does not change anything. At the moment when I need to use these king of website I have to switch to another browser.

Thanks in advance for your help!

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bookmark pull down menu text and spacing change from rev 88 to rev 89

on the bookmark pull down menu, the text size and spacing changed considerably from version 88 to 89. has this been changed since? the text was bigger and less space be… (læs mere)

on the bookmark pull down menu, the text size and spacing changed considerably from version 88 to 89. has this been changed since? the text was bigger and less space between entries on the rev 88. I have not updated from rev 88 because of this change which is much harder to read in rev 89.

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Can't delete an account for which I no longer have the email address

I'm sure I'm not alone in having an old email address stripped off the server when changing broadband supplier. Unfortunately, most services use email as user ID, hence … (læs mere)

I'm sure I'm not alone in having an old email address stripped off the server when changing broadband supplier. Unfortunately, most services use email as user ID, hence I have an old F'fox a/c - my first - for which I have long since forgotten the password, which uses just such an email. As a consequence, I can neither change the email nor delete the a/c - F'fox seems to insistst on a user knowing a/c password in order to change email (understandable), or delete the a/c (slightly less understandable). So it 'helpfully' tries to send a password re-set link to ........the a/c email, which of course no longer exists & thus I cannot access. May be just my (mis)perception, but because this was my first a/c, F'fox seems to default to the now inaccessible a/c - one reason why I wish to delete it. Is there another method whereby I can delete this old a/c, or is it doomed to wander the ether for eternity?

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I am the 5 billionth searcher so I get a free prize!!!!!!!!!! NOT..................

I got a 5 billionth searcher scam site redirect... for some reason no script does not catch this. I have attached a picture of my addons, which are all recommended, and a… (læs mere)

I got a 5 billionth searcher scam site redirect... for some reason no script does not catch this. I have attached a picture of my addons, which are all recommended, and a picture of the scam page.

I have had this happen in the past and I have no idea why.

I am most worried about my passwords being stolen.

I am using linux mint 18.3 and have no idea how to check for malware.

Also, I should mention that when I use my landline to make phone calls (keep in mind that I am using DSL), I sometimes will get this odd redirect of my actual phone calls that will keep asking me about special offers over and over again. I called the phone company about it and they did nothing, after repeated calls..... but anyway, I wonder if that may be linked to the problem.

What should I do?

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Disable "Confirm Upload" dialog

I would like to disable the "Confirm Upload" dialog when uploading files on a web page. I need to do a lot of uploading and confirming every time is really hampering my w… (læs mere)

I would like to disable the "Confirm Upload" dialog when uploading files on a web page. I need to do a lot of uploading and confirming every time is really hampering my work flow, especially since I can't even confirm with a keystroke.

Is there a config setting or option to disable this on a per site or global manner? I can't find any info in all my searches.

Thanks

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I have a mag subscription to 'Hyperallergic'. The first page loads but I cannot get any article that I try to click on. There is an icon on top but it gets blue and the page is blank.

Please tell me what to do to have the magazine work. It used to, but I think that some new thing like Adblock must have changed it and I cannot read the magazine now. Tha… (læs mere)

Please tell me what to do to have the magazine work. It used to, but I think that some new thing like Adblock must have changed it and I cannot read the magazine now. Thanks.

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Update Fire Fox in Linix Mint

My Linix Mint will not auto update. I have down loaded update, but will not update. I have gone into the "Terminal" to update everything, would not update. I have FireFox… (læs mere)

My Linix Mint will not auto update. I have down loaded update, but will not update. I have gone into the "Terminal" to update everything, would not update. I have FireFox 88 and need to get 107 on my system so I can access some sites. Any help would be great.

Thank you Paul

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Firefox Profile suddenly lost Login data; Bookmarks still present. / Need help manually importing from backup file

After my Browser automatically updated to 88.0.1 (i unfortunately ignored the popup to update Firefox for a while) i started it and my Login data was gone. Extensions, Bo… (læs mere)

After my Browser automatically updated to 88.0.1 (i unfortunately ignored the popup to update Firefox for a while) i started it and my Login data was gone. Extensions, Bookmarks, anything other than Lockwise Data was still there.

I made an account (this one) as i previously did not have one in hopes of somehow fixing that; then after searching for solutions i checked for an "old data" file (does not exist) and checked about:profiles (i have a second profile named "default" that has absolutely zero saved data on anything, i dont know where it came from or wheter it was ever used). The profile that i use ("default-release") was active and that was that.

Then i checked Appdata/Roaming/.../theprofile (from the profile page) and was relieved to find that both "logins.jason" and "logins-backup.json" contained my Login data: The Username and Password (encrypted), formSubmitURL, giud, enctype, etc. I made a completly seperate backup in case something i do ends up deleting those. Since the passwords are encrypted i cannot add them one by one to Lockwise.

I dont know why they dont appear when i check my Login data or try to use the data on any Website. Can i manually "import" the file into Firefox so that it automatically decyrpts the passwords?

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lost tabs

i lost my previous tabs and i couldnt recover them. they were no were to be found in history. i need to restore tabs to a previous time or date to recover them and there … (læs mere)

i lost my previous tabs and i couldnt recover them. they were no were to be found in history. i need to restore tabs to a previous time or date to recover them and there is no such option, as i accidently closed the new tab and now its overwritten " previous" tabs.

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Has Firefox ever made it possible to have the tabs BELOW the address/search bars?

I've been changing this over many years. Now I have two additional browsers to use so I'm not updating until I can, once again, organize the browser to fit my needs. … (læs mere)

I've been changing this over many years. Now I have two additional browsers to use so I'm not updating until I can, once again, organize the browser to fit my needs.

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Restoring Synced Data After Accidental Deletion

Hello there, I somehow recently managed to delete my account by accident and I'm wondering whether it's possible to restore the sync data left behind, I have access to th… (læs mere)

Hello there, I somehow recently managed to delete my account by accident and I'm wondering whether it's possible to restore the sync data left behind, I have access to the recovery keys if required and can attempt to provide any information requested about the account. Not sure if it is even possible to restore the data using this method but it's worth a try at least. Appreciative of any assistance with this problem, thanks again :).

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how many tabs and/or how man instances?

I'm stuck at ver 88. Starting with 89 I seem to be limited to around 150 total tabs across all open windows (even if only one is open). Total lockup of the desktop (KDE … (læs mere)

I'm stuck at ver 88. Starting with 89 I seem to be limited to around 150 total tabs across all open windows (even if only one is open). Total lockup of the desktop (KDE in linux) It hadn't been a problem, I just shut off auto update.

Now websites are whining about me running an older browser and some are even refusing to let me in. So I thought ok, I'll run multiple instances and keep the total number of tabs low. 5 instances work fine, the 6th starts to act a bit flaky, 7+ is a total lockup of the desktop (KDE in linux).

Even if I can manage to kill the last instance, its corpse remains on screen.

So I'm back to ver 88 with no solution. Is there a way around these limits? When I'm doing development I often have more than 600 tabs open. Eventually some will get closed, but I can't very well get much done if the browser is just going to lock everything up.

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several sites not opening in FF

For some time now FF will not open certain sites that it used to, these sites all open and function normally in other browsers such as Opera. The most important being my … (læs mere)

For some time now FF will not open certain sites that it used to, these sites all open and function normally in other browsers such as Opera. The most important being my online bank! I have contacted the sites involved and they cannot understand why. I have cleared Cache, cookies etc. I'm using FF 88.0 on Ubuntu. Can you help?

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Lost bookmarks & history; lost profile. Did Firefox change the name of a mount point?

This is so strange as to be almost unbelieveable. It began as a profile issue. Everything is okay now, but there was much weirdness. I think this is a worthwhile read and… (læs mere)

This is so strange as to be almost unbelieveable. It began as a profile issue. Everything is okay now, but there was much weirdness. I think this is a worthwhile read and I'm eager to hear any ideas regarding what happened.

The bottom line: If Firefox changed the name of a mount point, that was/is a bad idea -- developers take note.

I run Firefox (latest) in a Linux Mint Guest inside a VirtualBox virtual machine with a Windows Host. The Firefox application is installed as usual, but the profile is here: 'FireFox Profile.vhd' -- a virtual USB that, on VM boot, VBox mounts here: '/media/mark/FireFox Profile/'.

The profile is: '/media/mark/FireFox Profile/mwad0hks.default/'.

Events: 1 - In a proven Linux Mint VM, today I booted the VM as usual but Firefox apparently lost my bookmarks & history. Why? I'll probably never know. 2 - I created a new profile hoping that in the process, I'd be given the option to use an existing profile -- no dice, FF created a new, blank profile. 3 - I discovered that I now had these: 3.1 - '/media/mark/FireFox Profile/', and 3.2 - '/media/mark/FireFox Profile1/'. 4 - I closed FF, launched Nemo, and tried to delete 'FireFox Profile1' but was refused. 5 - After much fiddling of the contents of 'FireFox Profile.vhd' mounted in Windows (to make it accessable outside the VM) I backed up 'FireFox Profile.vhd' -- good thing I did that. 6 - I realized that the mount point must have been renamed from '/media/mark/FireFox Profile/' to '/media/mark/FireFox Profile1/'. 7 - Sure enough, I launched the VM and deleted '/media/mark/FireFox Profile/' -- remember that '/media/mark/FireFox Profile1/' could not be deleted. 8 - So I concluded that "something" must have renamed the Linux VM mount point from '/media/mark/FireFox Profile/' to '/media/mark/FireFox Profile1/'.

I conclude that FF must have done the renaming in step 2.

I launched the Linux VM aiming to search how to rename the mount point back to its original name and low and behold, FF now found the correct profile and everything was happiness again. End of story. Or is it?

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