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How links are opened

hi, can someone suggest how i can fix this. I use private browsing window for most things and when PC opens links i need them to be in private mode. But they all are ope… (Lesen Sie mehr)

hi,

can someone suggest how i can fix this. I use private browsing window for most things and when PC opens links i need them to be in private mode. But they all are opened in non-private browsing and load browser full of trash cookies even before they receive permission to do so (EU regulation). Causing me to delete these trash cookies every time.

So How can i set to all links from outside Firefox are opened in Firefox private browsing window?, or How can i set that before page loads in Firefox there is pop-up that ask if i need this opened before it is loaded?

Gefragt von user4325 vor 5 Monaten

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Links disabled after update to 91.0

I've had Fireforx update to the latest version (91.0) on 64 bit Win10. I also have had the same update on another computer running Win8.1. Both exhibit the same issue. I … (Lesen Sie mehr)

I've had Fireforx update to the latest version (91.0) on 64 bit Win10. I also have had the same update on another computer running Win8.1. Both exhibit the same issue. I try to avoid committing to cookie consents and so use a private window for these sites. This should delete trackers on leaving the site. The odd behaviour since updating Firefox is it now disables all links on a page after accepting cookies when in a private window. Oddly the same site displays OK in a normal window. It appears only one site is affected in Firefox but this is not the case with this same site in other browsers such as Chrome, Edge, and Brave. The site is reputable and is a UK regional newspaper site of a large publicly quoted publisher. It does not appear to be their side that is the problem and I cannot understand the issue in Firefox. Anyone any ideas?

Gefragt von meyellowbelly vor 9 Monaten

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Private windows

Just upgraded to latest version for windows 10. Accidentally checked the box that says to Run in private windows. Now Firefox will only open websites in Private Windows… (Lesen Sie mehr)

Just upgraded to latest version for windows 10. Accidentally checked the box that says to Run in private windows. Now Firefox will only open websites in Private Windows. How do I fix this issue?

Gefragt von thomas_lewis713 vor 1 Jahr

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Rstore previous session bug

Hey, I'm using the restore previous session feature. Its really helpful, but I assume since the last update it is not working properly. Whenever I use the private firefo… (Lesen Sie mehr)

Hey, I'm using the restore previous session feature. Its really helpful, but I assume since the last update it is not working properly. Whenever I use the private firefox browser (window) parallel to the normal one (window) and close the normal browser before the private one, my last active session of the normal browser is not restored.

When I close the private firefox window before the normal firefox browser window everything works fine with restoring the tabs.

Any way around? And please fix this annoying bug. Thanks!

Gefragt von cbmorris vor 1 Jahr

Letzte Antwort von jscher2000 - Support Volunteer vor 1 Jahr

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Firefox always starts in private window; never remembers history

I am trying to help my daughter figure out a problem she has with Firefox on her Windows 10 laptop. She has the latest version of Firefox installed. Every time she starts… (Lesen Sie mehr)

I am trying to help my daughter figure out a problem she has with Firefox on her Windows 10 laptop. She has the latest version of Firefox installed.

Every time she starts Firefox, it starts in a private window. Even after closing it and opening a "normal" window, the choice to open the tabs from the last session is dimmed. There is no history.

I have checked her privacy and security settings and it's at the default position. It is not set to open in a private window, and it is not set to forget history.

I am baffled!

Gefragt von jim.ackermann vor 1 Jahr

Beantwortet von FredMcD vor 1 Jahr

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Private Browsing data still in memory while Crash Reporter is open?

Just had a session crash on me, still got the Crash Reporter open. It was a session with a Private Window open, in which I was doing most of my work. Six months, that is,… (Lesen Sie mehr)

Just had a session crash on me, still got the Crash Reporter open. It was a session with a Private Window open, in which I was doing most of my work. Six months, that is, of work and reading. I'm aware of the general irretrievability of private browsing sessions, but it seems a good idea to be very certain and exhaust the possibilities before I unpause my meltdown.

Like I said, the Crash Reporter is still open. Looking at it now. With the language suggesting to me that as long as I leave it open, Firefox hasn't quit or restarted in "full", to my understanding—that the session is still extant in some way. With the checkbox 'Include the address of the page I was on' too... Well, the page I was on was in a Private Window all right. Unless there's a loophole not noted in the Reporter that it can't/doesn't retrieve addresses from private browsing, or that it automatically substitutes the last non-private address, etc.... Then this means the information still exists, doesn't it? Crash be damned? Right now, at least as long as the reporter is open... The implication to me is at least that one bit of information is not completely lost. And if that's not lost, then maybe the other pages in the tab aren't lost yet either. Or all the other tabs in the window. Or the copious notes I'd been maintaining in the address bar's history.

Not that I think there's somehow a quick fix/retrieval possible, but if there's anything at all possible here, I'll try and do it. Regardless if it goes far beyond what can managed through Firefox normally. Private Browsing data is stored in memory, right? So if my surmise that the data has not actually been flushed from memory yet is correct, isn't there something radical I can do to freeze or dump the current state of my memory? Maybe the entire state of my system even, such that the data can be analyzed/retrieved at a later time? Whether it requires a technical touch and mastery leaps and bounds above my current literacy, or if it would need to undergo some drawn-out, folding@home-esque process to be decompiled and analyzable... Literally, if something is possible in this situation where I at least think the data still exists and is calling back or accessible to the Firefox application in some form, I need to consider it.

I'm running Windows 10 and Firefox 74 (again, tells you how long it's been since I restared Firefox). Anyone who can potentially assist or help guide me through this little Armageddon, you have no idea how much your help would be appreciated. Conversely, if you know for a fact that the tiny shred of hope I'm clinging to per my conjecture about the Crash Reporter and the current state of my Firefox is wrong... Then fire away, it's a bullet I guess I'll be biting.

Gefragt von OMT vor 1 Jahr

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Some sites keep cookies even when private windows close.

Open Firefox. Verify no cookies. Clear any cookies if they exist. Then open a single private window. Go to tripadvisor.com (happens with some other sites but only a few)… (Lesen Sie mehr)

Open Firefox. Verify no cookies. Clear any cookies if they exist.

Then open a single private window.

Go to tripadvisor.com (happens with some other sites but only a few).

Browse a few pages.

Close the private Window. No private windows/Container tabs are open.

All tripadvisor cookies should be cleared but they are not.

Verified by Cookie Quick Manager.

Why and how does tripadvisor manage to keep cookies on my system.

Gefragt von jpezz vor 1 Jahr

Letzte Antwort von cor-el vor 1 Jahr