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White Flash while in Read Mode

Been noticing this problem lately, but whenever I'm reading a webpage in Reader Mode, occasionally the screen will flash to a blank, white screen, before reloading and go… (læs mere)

Been noticing this problem lately, but whenever I'm reading a webpage in Reader Mode, occasionally the screen will flash to a blank, white screen, before reloading and going back to normal. It's almost as if the phone has taken a screenshot, but I've done nothing to cause that, and the usual editing commands that come up after a screenshot does not appear. It's not super annoying (like when the Reader Mode doesn't work at all), but it is jarring when you're in the middle of reading a story and suddenly everything goes blank.

Has anyone run into this issue before? Is there a known fix for it?

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Built-in Android Autofill doesn't work with Firefox for Android

I'm a bit of a privacy freak, so I'm using my own password manager, not Firefox's built-in service. I have it synced on my Android phone, and my password manager app work… (læs mere)

I'm a bit of a privacy freak, so I'm using my own password manager, not Firefox's built-in service. I have it synced on my Android phone, and my password manager app works well with Android's own "Autofill Service", i.e., in various apps and browsers, when I click on a field that looks like a username or a password, a small window pops up, offering me to autofill this credential field using my password manager. This feature works well with the Chrome for Android browser, but sadly it does not work reliably with Firefox for Android. I occasionally see the popup appear for a blink, but then it disappears quickly, and more often than not, it doesn't pop up at all. I wonder what is special in Firefox that breaks this very convenient feature.

Any help would be appreciated.

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introduction to use of Firefox

With collections, pocket and other innovations, I can't understand how Mozilla.org thinks one should use a web browser. An example is the lack of the ability to print to … (læs mere)

With collections, pocket and other innovations, I can't understand how Mozilla.org thinks one should use a web browser. An example is the lack of the ability to print to pdf. This is vital to preserve information before it has been altered to make it more politically acceptable to the powers that be. I've been using the Internet since 1990 and I'm struggling to follow the logic of Firefox for Android.

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PDF Viewer is completely inaccessible

Firefox for Android can't seem to find its internal PDF viewer in its recent versions. The expected behavior should be, when opening a PDF file from any source, to prompt… (læs mere)

Firefox for Android can't seem to find its internal PDF viewer in its recent versions.

The expected behavior should be, when opening a PDF file from any source, to prompt the user for the app they want to open it with when a default isn't set (works as intended) with apps such as Firefox, Chrome, Google Drive's native viewer, among other possibilities. When the disk path to the file is entered into the address bar, Firefox should automatically open the file natively.

The actual behavior is that all *but* Firefox is listed in the prompt, nor can I it be found in the device settings. It is reasonable that it's an issue with Android, so I will open a thread with Google as well. When the disk path to the file is entered into the address bar, the user is incorrectly asked to download the file again. (???)


Firefox Daylight 83.1.0 (Build #2015776401) AC: 63.0.9, fc54c566e GV: 83.0-20201112153044 AS: 63.0.0


Samsung Galaxy A11 Kernel version: 4.9.186 Android 10 One UI Core 2.1

This bug is very disconcerting; Being able to do it all from the browser was one of the biggest things I loved about Firefox for mobile, particularity with reading PDFs; it was the only reason I switched from the Google default!

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Firefox for android insists to open PDF in uninstalled app instead of installe PDF viewer

I have Adobe PDF viewer installed and it works fine from all other apps but if I open downloads folder in firefox and try to open PDF file, firefoxs insists me to install… (læs mere)

I have Adobe PDF viewer installed and it works fine from all other apps but if I open downloads folder in firefox and try to open PDF file, firefoxs insists me to install Office Suite free in order to view the file. If I navigate to same folder with folders app I can open it with Adobe Reader, and it is actually defaulted to that reader. PDF's worked fine with firefox also week or couple weeks ago but not anymore. How can I fix this without installing Office Suite free?

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Been hacked on Facebook and messanger I have alot of time n wrapped up in township n 8ball pool idk how but my phone number and gmail.s now a John reedy From 1958. I hop… (læs mere)

Been hacked on Facebook and messanger I have alot of time n wrapped up in township n 8ball pool idk how but my phone number and gmail.s now a John reedy From 1958. I hope all ain't lost and someone can help



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Android Firefox native HTML5 form validation does not show error messages

Hello, Looking through https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Learn/Forms/Form_validation Firefox supports native HTML5 form validation. In Windows 10 desktop Firefox, … (læs mere)

Hello,

Looking through https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Learn/Forms/Form_validation Firefox supports native HTML5 form validation.

In Windows 10 desktop Firefox, trying to submit the form under https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Learn/Forms/Form_validation#the_required_attribute without entering anything in the input field would show the message "Please fill out this field" as expected.

But testing on Android Firefox mobile 85.1.2 it does not show the error message. Is this a bug? Or known issue or just not a feature for Android Firefox?

However, testing on iPhone Firefox, it does show the error message.

Thank you.

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signing into accounts@firefox.com my google security settings show 4 unknown new devices.

When I sign into,accounts@firefox.com my google security settings show 4 new devices, that are unknown to me with the IP.217.123.28.146 with a NEXUS 5 and 3 other samsun… (læs mere)

When I sign into,accounts@firefox.com my google security settings show 4 new devices, that are unknown to me with the IP.217.123.28.146 with a NEXUS 5 and 3 other samsung galaxy devices. They look identical to my only3 devices, but the last 4 digits of the IP address are not mine. Totally wrong. My frst sign in on these unknown devices was in June, and October 15, 2020. Why is this happening? Not my devices.

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