Sorry about the question above, but at least it seems to have gotten me somewhere I might be able to find an answer. I had Firefox up and working for years, though I had … (Lesen Sie mehr)
Sorry about the question above, but at least it seems to have gotten me somewhere I might be able to find an answer. I had Firefox up and working for years, though I had been using it rarely in the past couple of years. Still, I even had it "divided" between home and a couple of business versions (however that should be referred to). Then, tiring of Chrome (and hating Safari), I though I'd try Firefox again. When I cranked it up, I got a note that said I should update Firefox. So, like a reasonable user, I hit the go button, as it were. Smart move? My reply to that would involve many phrases and words not to be used in polite company. MY Firefox disappeared. Gone. Everything. Settings, bookmarks, "users." It was as if I had never, ever installed Firefox before. Virgin Firefox, one might say. Pure, unsullied, unused. So where the hell is MY Firefox? If I can get it back, I'll be delighted. If it indeed, as seems to be the case from my viewpoint at the moment, it is gone forever, then, well, sadly, I will be an ex-Firefox user forever. I can't see any reason for me to try to rebuild it all. Chrome may be annoying, but it does work and work well.
I'm using a Mac Mini. When I went to upgrade Firefox, I was using Mac OS 10.12 (Sierra). I have since downgraded (that's the only way to describe it) to OS 10.14 Mojave.
Any help would be appreciated.