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Firefox Browser won't save passwords

I have a new computer and installed Firefox. In my setting i selected to save passwords but it never gives me that option to save them. I am on version 96.0.2 64 bit. Al… (xle nububuwo)

I have a new computer and installed Firefox. In my setting i selected to save passwords but it never gives me that option to save them. I am on version 96.0.2 64 bit. Also i have tried to synch my passwords from other browser and they are not transferring over to my new broswer. Not sure why this is happening/not happening

Asked by mhjets14 3 ŋkeke siwo va yi

Trust Manager

I'd like to enable the Trust Manager for a series of PDF files. However, even though I've tried several times to do so through the Edit/Preferences function, I've not be… (xle nububuwo)

I'd like to enable the Trust Manager for a series of PDF files. However, even though I've tried several times to do so through the Edit/Preferences function, I've not been able to do so. Nothing changes. I remain unable to access the docs.

Please help to enable this function?

Asked by gloriathiessen 1 kwasiɖa si va yi

Last reply by gloriathiessen 4 ŋkeke siwo va yi

Need old account login either revived or deleted.

I have a login but didn't want to have sync issues with an old desktop so turned it off. Now I want to use it again to sync phone and new laptop. I have an email/password… (xle nububuwo)

I have a login but didn't want to have sync issues with an old desktop so turned it off. Now I want to use it again to sync phone and new laptop. I have an email/password but it won't let me in and sets me on a long goose chase ending up with something I need to scan but that scan never shows up. I now have a new account, but can't add a secondary email because "account exists". I need my old account either revived (most preferred option, in that case I want the current account deleted) or, if that is too much to ask for, I want the old account deleted, and I can add a secondary email added to this account. Hope this is clear. Thanks for the help.

Asked by receptionist4 4 ŋkeke siwo va yi

Using Bing on Firefox

When I would go into Bing, I would go into settings and change from "Moderate" to "Strict"; I would also uncheck "Search Suggestions" so suggestions don't fill in as I ty… (xle nububuwo)

When I would go into Bing, I would go into settings and change from "Moderate" to "Strict"; I would also uncheck "Search Suggestions" so suggestions don't fill in as I type. Then I would click "Save". Until recently, these settings held with no problem. Now after I click "Save" and go back to the main screen in Bing (or come back to Bing after being somewhere else), I'm back to "Moderate" and suggestions fill in as I type. Microsoft claims this is Firefox's issue and needs to be fixed at Firefox's end. Others are posting on Microsoft's answers forums, some also using Firefox, but not all. I love Firefox and I'm not changing to something else, so can you tell me how this Bing issue might be fixed? Thank you.

Asked by mrshvd3 1 kwasiɖa si va yi

Last reply by mrshvd3 4 ŋkeke siwo va yi

Google Search has been added to Firefox landing page

Why and how has Google Search been added to my browser opening page? Has Google bought Mozilla? or have they donated enough for Mozilla to become a proxy Marketing and … (xle nububuwo)

Why and how has Google Search been added to my browser opening page?

Has Google bought Mozilla? or have they donated enough for Mozilla to become a proxy Marketing and user acquisition arm of Google?

This happened on my Windows machine and have read the below too.

Brian Fagioli, reporting for BetaNews:

  • The developers of the Ubuntu-based operating system have agreed to accept an undisclosed amount of money from Mozilla in exchange for making significant changes to Linux Mint. This includes removal of modifications to Firefox and a big change for search. The devs share the upcoming changes to Firefox in Linux Mint 19 and higher.
  • The default start page no longer points to https://www.linuxmint.com/start/
  • The default search engines no longer include Linux Mint search partners (Yahoo, DuckDuckGo...) but Mozilla search partners (Google, Amazon, Bing, DuckDuckGo, Ebay...)
  • The default configuration switches from Mint defaults to Mozilla defaults.
  • Firefox no longer includes code changes or patches from Linux Mint, Debian or Ubuntu.

Can you let me know if the above is correct? Cheers.

Asked by knackers.mcnealy 6 ŋkeke siwo va yi

Last reply by knackers.mcnealy 6 ŋkeke siwo va yi