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Problem : Only a part of page is being displayed.

Guessed Bug : Firefox detects the screen to be of muxh lower resolution.

Tried Solutions : Since this bug first appeared on Firefox Nightly Build for Android ( 60.0.a1) after update, I thought it was error just in the app, but upon installing Firefox Stable Build ( 58.0.1 ) from Play Store, the problem remains as it was on Nightly Build.

Hardware : Galaxy Note 8 Exynos Build. Screen Res. 2960x1440, WQHD+, Basic Color Mode

No extra apps to interfere with Firefox, No Root Access, Developer Options Enabled but unused. Used Addon(s) - Seedr (Problem remains after re-installation)

Problem : Only a part of page is being displayed. Guessed Bug : Firefox detects the screen to be of muxh lower resolution. Tried Solutions : Since this bug first appeared on Firefox Nightly Build for Android ( 60.0.a1) after update, I thought it was error just in the app, but upon installing Firefox Stable Build ( 58.0.1 ) from Play Store, the problem remains as it was on Nightly Build. Hardware : Galaxy Note 8 Exynos Build. Screen Res. 2960x1440, WQHD+, Basic Color Mode No extra apps to interfere with Firefox, No Root Access, Developer Options Enabled but unused. Used Addon(s) - Seedr (Problem remains after re-installation)
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kbrosnan
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What specific sites?

What specific sites?
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kbrosnan said

What specific sites?

All, Except the default homepage ( About:Tabs )

( Check the Screenshots attached )

''kbrosnan [[#answer-1078889|said]]'' <blockquote> What specific sites? </blockquote> All, Except the default homepage ( About:Tabs ) ( Check the Screenshots attached )
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CapQueezi 0 solutions 1 answers

Same problem on Galaxy Note 8, switched display to HD+ (1480x720) and websites appear full screen / normal.

I think you're right about render not accounting for higher resolution.

Same problem on Galaxy Note 8, switched display to HD+ (1480x720) and websites appear full screen / normal. I think you're right about render not accounting for higher resolution.
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