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Twitter not loading - cookie issue?

I'm using a completely clean (reinstalled) version of firefox. I'm not logged into a profile. I'm still having the same problem. If I go onto twitter for the first time, … (read more)

I'm using a completely clean (reinstalled) version of firefox. I'm not logged into a profile. I'm still having the same problem.

If I go onto twitter for the first time, it loads fine and I can move around pages.

As soon as I leave the site, then return, none of the internal twitter timelines load - I get the twitter message 'something has gone wrong'.

If I delete all my cookies and revisit twitter, it works. But again, if I leave the site and come back immediately, the problem comes back and nothing loads.

Anyone experienced this/know what I can do?

Thanks

duplicate. https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1286675

Asked by Tom 1 month ago

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Cookies not working despite trying solutions

I'm using Firefox for Android, I've checked if the cookies are enabled and they are. The mobile settings don't allow cookies to be disabled for any specific site as far a… (read more)

I'm using Firefox for Android, I've checked if the cookies are enabled and they are. The mobile settings don't allow cookies to be disabled for any specific site as far as I could see. I've also deleted the cookies and cache for all sites which had no effect.

Anyone know what might be causing this?

Thanks in advance

Asked by GradusNL 10 months ago

Answered by GradusNL 10 months ago

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Firefox monitor won't let me sign into Firefox a/c & says cookies disabled but when I check I find cookies are enabled but I can't login to my a/c

When I try to open my Firefox browser on Android, Firefox Monitor has suddenly brought up an error message saying that I must be signed in to my Firefox Account. But whe… (read more)

When I try to open my Firefox browser on Android, Firefox Monitor has suddenly brought up an error message saying that I must be signed in to my Firefox Account. But when I try to sign in I get a page saying that cookies and local storage must be enabled in my browser to access my Account,. I have gone to settings, and cookies ARE enabled. When I press the 'try again' button, the message comes up that cookies are still disabled, and it won't let me go any further. At the top of the screen there is a 'lock' icon and https://accounts.firefox.com/cookies shows up. My Android is synced with my desktop computer which runs on Windows. I have Firefox Monitor and Firefox Send installed.

Asked by catherine.rzecki 8 months ago

Answered by catherine.rzecki 8 months ago

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حساب اولم را برای شما ارسال کردم

بای برنامه های شما ارسال شد اطلاعات را ازاین پس به زبان فارسی ارسال کنیدشما اگر مشگلی دارید ارسال کنید استفاده هائی که من میتوان از فایر فوکس و موزیلا بکنم بطور جدا گانه… (read more)

بای برنامه های شما ارسال شد اطلاعات را ازاین پس به زبان فارسی ارسال کنیدشما اگر مشگلی دارید ارسال کنید استفاده هائی که من میتوان از فایر فوکس و موزیلا بکنم بطور جدا گانه به زبان پرشین ارسال کنید متشکرم .

Asked by hasan 9 months ago

Last reply by Seburo 9 months ago

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FF67 is deleting a session cookie too soon.

A new problem has occurred since updating to FF 67.0. My default configuration is to block all cookies. For those sites I wish to allow, I create exceptions to either All… (read more)

A new problem has occurred since updating to FF 67.0.

My default configuration is to block all cookies. For those sites I wish to allow, I create exceptions to either Allow or Allow for Session.

On one of the sites I use I have an exception as: https://CompanyName.com Allow for Session (name changed to protect the innocent)

There are a number of subdomains used and so all subdomain cookies are allowed for the session.

As of FireFox 67, I could no longer log into the site. I found that it was stuck in a loop reloading the page.

If I allowed all cookies, then the login would work. Once logged in, I could block all cookies again and everything continued to work on the site. So it was only the process of logging in that was failing.

First thing I did was disable all cookie related add-ons. That didn't help. If I changed the setting for CompanyName.com to Allow, it worked. Next I tried setting CompanyName.com back to Allow for Session and tried each subdomain with the Allow. What I found was I need to change one specific subdomain to Allow, so now my exceptions list is like this: https://CompanyName.com Allow for Session https://login.CompanyName.com Allow

So it seems as though the necessary cookie for login.CompanyName.com was being removed early so the log in could not be completed. Once a log in was successful, I could look at the cookies and see them for this subdomain (as well as the others).

I can't see anything I did wrong, so I'm thinking there may be a bug somewhere in FF67.

Asked by AZBruno 1 year ago

Last reply by cor-el 1 year ago

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how can I research more up to date information and awareness of the modern day human trafficking so I can keep my family safer?

Search keywords on Firefox such as drugs used in combined with liquid gasing to cause amnesia. in human trafficking, their gassing victims, gas used as an anasthetic. … (read more)

Search keywords on Firefox such as drugs used in combined with liquid gasing to cause amnesia. in human trafficking, their gassing victims, gas used as an anasthetic.

Asked by stophumantrafficking 1 year ago

Answered by Seburo 1 year ago