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Play MP4 video

How do I reset the settings so I can play MPeg4 videos in the browser without a dialog box asking to download it? I've tried going under Settings but it won't let me sel… (xle nububuwo)

How do I reset the settings so I can play MPeg4 videos in the browser without a dialog box asking to download it? I've tried going under Settings but it won't let me select "Open in FireFox."

Asked by bneri001 1 ŋkeke si va yi

Last reply by bneri001 5 gaƒoƒo siwo va yi

How to get rid of "You have chosen to open" pop-up?

This pop-up opens when I download any file. I have tried to go to about:config, but couldn't find browser.download.manager.showAlertOnComplete. How do I get rid of it? … (xle nububuwo)

This pop-up opens when I download any file. I have tried to go to about:config, but couldn't find browser.download.manager.showAlertOnComplete. How do I get rid of it?

Asked by jupiter88110 2 ŋkeke siwo va yi

Problem downloading audiobook files (.aax) from Audible.com

Using Firefox browser for iMac. Recently (10/10/2021) attempted to download .aax files from Audible.com. Files were unexpectedly converted to .mp4 files, making files u… (xle nububuwo)

Using Firefox browser for iMac. Recently (10/10/2021) attempted to download .aax files from Audible.com. Files were unexpectedly converted to .mp4 files, making files unusable by iBooks. Conferred with Audible Tech support. Audible Tech confirmed that .aax files are the proper format and that they did not/do not make any format conversions on their end. Audible Tech then suggested trying download with Safari. Download (of .aax files with Safari) was successful and maintained proper (.aax) format. Audible Tech said that he had not encountered this issue before and that it seemed to him that the Firefox browser may be responsible for the unexpected conversion. In the past I have used Firefox many times to successfully download .aax files from Audible.com, most recent prior to this problem was on (9/11/2021). I am notifying you simply to advise that you may have a programing glitch within the download programing portion of the latest version of Firefox (ver. 93.0 - 64 bit) for iMac(s).

Asked by SkyTraveln 1 kwasiɖa si va yi

Last reply by SkyTraveln 3 ŋkeke siwo va yi

Firefox will not open after multiple reinstalls and deleting all data.

I had firefox on my computer a long time ago but uninstalled it. I reinstalled it and it will not open. I did a refresh and it would not work. I went through and deleted … (xle nububuwo)

I had firefox on my computer a long time ago but uninstalled it. I reinstalled it and it will not open. I did a refresh and it would not work. I went through and deleted the following folders to no avail upon fresh install from https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/new/

Deleted folders: AppData/Local/Mozilla AppData/LocalLow/Mozilla AppData/Roaming/Mozilla Program Files/Mozilla Firefox ProgramData/Mozilla

Upon fresh installs trying to boot into safe mode results in a window briefly flashing in the taskbar and closing immediately. There's no message or anything asking if I want to boot it into safe mode. I don't care about keeping previous data for Firefox like profiles or bookmarks. I do not know what else to do.

Asked by vagemedal 4 ŋkeke siwo va yi

Last reply by vagemedal 4 ŋkeke siwo va yi

Getting URL of latest version of an extension

Greetings, I am a sysadmin working on an enterprise deployment of a Firefox extension, specifically this one: https://addons.mozilla.org/hr/firefox/addon/bitwarden-passwo… (xle nububuwo)

Greetings,

I am a sysadmin working on an enterprise deployment of a Firefox extension, specifically this one: https://addons.mozilla.org/hr/firefox/addon/bitwarden-password-manager/

It's a password manager called BitWarden.

I am deploying the extension using the official Firefox ADMX templates, so far I configured most settings correctly. When I am deploying the extension to my users (I am using Microsoft Intune), I need to provide an URL from where the extension will be downloaded. I found that URL by copying the link from the 'Add to Firefox' button from the https://addons.mozilla.org/hr/firefox/addon/bitwarden-password-manager/ link.

I found the link to be: https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/downloads/file/3843699

What I want to know is the following: 1. Will this link stay the same for all future BitWarden extension versions? 2. Is this something that changes when a new Bitwarden extension gets released or is this link static? 3. Is there perhaps a link which automatically redirects the download to the latest available version?

Some online guides say that a 'latest.xpi' string needs to be appended to the add-on's page (https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/bitwarden-password-manager/ in this case), but I found that not to work. If I go to https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/bitwarden-password-manager/latest.xpi, it throws an "page not found" error.

Thank you in advance!

Best regards, Nemanja Simpraga

Asked by simpraga.nemanja 5 ŋkeke siwo va yi

Last reply by simpraga.nemanja 4 ŋkeke siwo va yi

78.15 ESR will force you to update?

On the release notes of 78.15 is states: This is the final planned ESR78 release. Eligible users will be automatically updated to the ESR91 release on November 2. Never s… (xle nububuwo)

On the release notes of 78.15 is states: This is the final planned ESR78 release. Eligible users will be automatically updated to the ESR91 release on November 2.

Never saw this kind of text from mozilla before. Does this mean that unlike previous versions, 78.15 will no longer give you the option to decline automatic updates?

https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/78.15.0/releasenotes/

Asked by kvcfsqgu 5 ŋkeke siwo va yi