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Window bugs out randomly on Ubuntu

Hi beloved community! I've been experiencing problems with firefox on Ubuntu. Some (if not all) windows randomly bug out and I can instantly tell because: 1. Hover animat… (Lesen Sie mehr)

Hi beloved community!

I've been experiencing problems with firefox on Ubuntu. Some (if not all) windows randomly bug out and I can instantly tell because:

1. Hover animations stop working completely, in-page and browser ones too (menu, tabs, etc) 2. Animations work if I scroll or click over any element 3. Browser window becomes unmovable, I can't drag the window, only by doing alt+space and selecting move 4. Top bar (URL, tabs, config buttons, minimize, restore, close buttons too) doesn't resize if I get out of full-screen

If I move tabs to a new window they work perfectly, until they don't anymore. It can be almost instantly or it may work perfectly for hours

At first I could ignore it but now it's just getting so annoying it's practically unusable

Gefragt von Mati Wainsten vor 6 Tagen

singular firefox behavior

My primary desktop is mate/compiz on Fedora 36. I typically have 6 Workspaces available, 4 dedicated to specific apps (eg. Firefox runs in WS#2, several terminal session… (Lesen Sie mehr)

My primary desktop is mate/compiz on Fedora 36. I typically have 6 Workspaces available, 4 dedicated to specific apps (eg. Firefox runs in WS#2, several terminal sessions in WS#1).

In a terminal window, when I right-click a web URL I get an action menu including an entry "Open Link". Recently the behavior resulting when I select that menu item has changed.

Prior, Desired Behavior: My current workspace switches to that containing Firefox, Firefox receives focus and the URL is opened in a new tab.

New, Undesired Behavior: Firefox is moved from its workspace to my current workspace and the URL is opened in a new tab. I must return Firefox to its "assigned" workspace.

Experimenting suggests the behavior change is due to something in the profile used by Firefox though I'm unable to identify it.

Other browsers (brave, chrome, firefox from mozilla.org rather than from the fedora package repo) do not exhibit the new behavior. Firefox on other systems (some Fedora/mate/compiz, others varying) do not exhibit the new behavior.

Firefox (from Fedora repos) with all addons (only 7) disabled continues to exhibit the new behavior.

A new Firefox update today (to 109.0) continues to exhibit the new, undesired behavior.

As noted above, Firefox from mozilla.org, does not exhibit the new, undesired behavior. But that is with a new profile. If it is started with the profile of the Fedora Firefox, it DOES exhibit the undesired behavior.

Can someone suggest a setting or profile change to restore the old, desired behavior?

Tnx, Jon

Gefragt von jonl vor 6 Tagen

Firefox window resize freeze after time

I'm using Ubuntu 22.04.1/Wayland and FireFox Snap for Ubuntu 109.0 and I have two monitor bigger and smaller. After some time of using Firefox it's hang or something like… (Lesen Sie mehr)

I'm using Ubuntu 22.04.1/Wayland and FireFox Snap for Ubuntu 109.0 and I have two monitor bigger and smaller. After some time of using Firefox it's hang or something like that. When it happens I can normally open pages and use firefox except I can't move tab, resize window and when I move firefox from one monitor to second then it fit to half of screen (when move from smaller monitor to bigger) or window is behind monitor (when move FF from bigger monitor to smaller, you can see on screenshot what I mean). When I close FF and open everything works fine.

Gefragt von FELIXORZESZEKPRIV vor 5 Tagen

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Firefox and Thunderbird crash on startup

On my computer, I run Mageia Cauldron with a GNOME environment. After a recent update of my system, both Firefox and Thunderbird have stopped working. They crash constan… (Lesen Sie mehr)

On my computer, I run Mageia Cauldron with a GNOME environment. After a recent update of my system, both Firefox and Thunderbird have stopped working. They crash constantly when I try to launch either of them. In both cases, when I try to launch them from the command line, I get the following message: ATTENTION: default value of option mesa_glthread overridden by environment. ATTENTION: default value of option mesa_glthread overridden by environment. Segmentation fault (core dumped)

For basic info, my system is: OS: Linux Mageia Cauldron Environment: GNOME Shell 43.1 Display server: X11 Kernel: 6.1.8-desktop-1.mga9 x86_64 Firefox: 102.7.0esr Thunderbird: 102.6.1

Looking around, it seems to be a bug with Firefox and Thunderbird, but besides waiting for a new update that might fix itself, I wonder if there is something I can do to make them work now.

Thank you.

Gefragt von imbeault.regis vor 4 Tagen

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Linux Firefox and Thunderbird how to set wider scroll bar

In firefox 108.0.2 I need to have a wider vertical scroll bar, the tiny thin bar is next to impossible to use. Same in Thunderbird 102.6.1 both are in Linux and the publi… (Lesen Sie mehr)

In firefox 108.0.2 I need to have a wider vertical scroll bar, the tiny thin bar is next to impossible to use. Same in Thunderbird 102.6.1 both are in Linux and the published css solutions (a year ago) on mozilla support do not work for these versions

Gefragt von Cat22 vor 1 Woche

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How to make Firefox ask for permissions for camera and microphone separately from each other?

Hello! Whenever I join a conference/meeting, web version of Teams asks for camera and microphone in one window, e. g. "Allow camera and microphone? yes/no". I can, of cou… (Lesen Sie mehr)

Hello!

Whenever I join a conference/meeting, web version of Teams asks for camera and microphone in one window, e. g. "Allow camera and microphone? yes/no". I can, of course, press No, then press "Yes, continue without audio" in Teams, and then allow microphone, but that's really annoying.

Is it possible for firefox to ask it in two separate dialog window? 1. Do you want to grant Teams access to microphone? - yes 2. Do you want to grant Teams access to camera? - no

Gefragt von WhiteBlackGoose vor 2 Tagen

about:support displays GPU #1 RAM value is 0 for 6600 XT with Mesa Driver

I'm trying to identify why the GPU RAM is reported as 0 in the report when an expected value should be greater than 0. If the browser is actually treating the GPU as havi… (Lesen Sie mehr)

I'm trying to identify why the GPU RAM is reported as 0 in the report when an expected value should be greater than 0. If the browser is actually treating the GPU as having zero RAM it might be a starting point to investigate why the browser is unresponsive for sometimes up to 30 second when 42 tabs are open and I'm opening a new tab and trying to interact with an existing tab after switching between tabs or windows. Often these are divided between two or three windows grouping tabs as part of a multi monitor workflow while editing Wiki content. The system responsiveness is unaffected and other program do not change in their responsiveness. This occurs while CPU is under load and not under load, but occurs more frequently when under cpu load (low priority compute applications via BOINC for distributed computing). No GPU compute is being used.

Firefox was installed via the Pop!_OS Pop!_Shop. Confusingly the Pop!_Shop lists two Firefox Browsers (one by Mozilla, and one by the Mozilla Corporation) I'm told that these are separate due to their app IDs not matching which prevents the listings from being merged, but it is unclear which is sourced from what repository and how they differ for install as flatpak, deb, etc are not specified in the UI of the Pop!_Shop.

Gefragt von Jonathan Brier vor 1 Tag

Random Crashes

Here is one of my crash IDs: bp-f9625951-7706-43b0-8a7f-6f0ae0230129 Since dealing with an issue with my laptop running Linux Mint 20.3 Cinnamon 64-bit involving a mergel… (Lesen Sie mehr)

Here is one of my crash IDs: bp-f9625951-7706-43b0-8a7f-6f0ae0230129

Since dealing with an issue with my laptop running Linux Mint 20.3 Cinnamon 64-bit involving a mergelist error and packages with missing names, Firefox randomly crashes. Sometimes when it crashes it does it immediately every time I try to open it back up (sometimes even in safe mode), and other times it gets better after a reboot. I just installed the Flatpack version after the original one I had started crashing, so it is strange if it is an issue that just needs reinstalling Firefox, but other apps seem ok so I don't know that it's my OS.

I've tried looking for residual damage on my laptop after the earlier issue, but I can't find much information. System Reports tells me nothing is wrong and I can't make sense of syslogs.

Thank you for reading, I wish I had more details. If the crash report has any clues, please let me know.

Gefragt von uraneaumbre vor 10 Stunden

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Firefox wont open file browser via websites

This relates to this issue I found a batter way to solve that problem. You should install or reinstall one of the packages xdg-desktop-portal* List them on Ubuntu with: … (Lesen Sie mehr)

This relates to this issue

I found a batter way to solve that problem.

You should install or reinstall one of the packages xdg-desktop-portal* List them on Ubuntu with:

 ```apt list | grep desktop-portal```

And try to install:

 ```sudo apt-get install xdg-desktop-portal-gnome```

or reinstall:

 ```sudo apt-get --reinstall install xdg-desktop-portal-gnome```

It seems you need to rerun DBus to apply changes, but I just restarted my PC.

If xdg-desktop-portal-gnome won't help then try to install/reinstall xdg-desktop-portal-gtk and xdg-desktop-portal.

Gefragt von kirik516 vor 3 Stunden

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