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Background Images Bleed Between Tabs

When I am switching back and forth between tabs, occasionally the background image from one tab will overlay part of another tab. This is beyond annoying... The images at… (read more)

When I am switching back and forth between tabs, occasionally the background image from one tab will overlay part of another tab. This is beyond annoying...

The images attached are as follows. 1. the lower right portion of a page as it should appear. 2. the lower right portion of another page, showing the blue background image (it is just a fade in this case) 3. the lower right portion of the 1st page with the image from the 2nd tab covering the lower right-hand section.

The first page is the left-most-tab of all my open tabs. It isn't the 1st tab I opened, but it is where I do a lot of work, and I keep that as the left-most tab

The image can come from any other tab.

77.0.1 Firefox Release June 3, 2020 (64-bit) Windows 10 version 1909 with updates as of June 9, 2020

Various extensions including Privacy Badger, Cookie AutoDelete, uBlock Origin. None of which were impacting images a month ago...

Asked by DebraBk 1 year ago

Last reply by DebraBk 1 year ago

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Image upload issue: blank image

When uploading images in some web sites (such as web.whatsapp.com and others) the image is uploaded but it is blank/white, even if I visit the site with another browser I… (read more)

When uploading images in some web sites (such as web.whatsapp.com and others) the image is uploaded but it is blank/white, even if I visit the site with another browser I see only a blank image. When uploading to the same web site using other browser, for example Chrome, the image uploading has no issues and it is displayed correctly. I've already tried to disable the AdBlocker but nothing changes.

Asked by Masss 1 year ago

Answered by McCoy 1 year ago

Images on Firefox not clear like Safari

I always use my Firefox and now all of sudden the images on your website are not clear. I think we need a update to Firefox to fix this issue see screen shot. I really th… (read more)

I always use my Firefox and now all of sudden the images on your website are not clear. I think we need a update to Firefox to fix this issue see screen shot. I really think we need a update. My safari is more clear than Firefox and I restarted my iMac so it is not my iMac. Please help with this fix. Look at the difference between Firefox and Safari.

Thank you

Frank

Asked by franick 3 months ago

Last reply by franick 3 months ago

since v99 css filter pixelates background image

Hello, hope this is a good place to ask about my issue with the new version Firefox version 99: For showing images on a website I create divs with css3d rendered png bac… (read more)

Hello,

hope this is a good place to ask about my issue with the new version Firefox version 99:

For showing images on a website I create divs with css3d rendered png background-images (scaled down through css transforms from 1000px x 1000px) and later apply css filters eg. "filter:drop-shadow(red 10px 10px 10px)".

Tested on various Win10 and MacOs machines with v98.0.2 and older, images get displayed with a drop-shadow in best quality. Updating to v99, once any filter gets applied (through dev console or through js within my software) the image quality is reduced a lot, which did not happen before. I attached a sample image from v99 (left: added filter, right: same image without filter).

When scaling the websites zoom factor to 500% the images will be displayed correctly without any quality loss. Scaling to 30% results in a very bad render.

I tried applying image-rendering to no avail. It would visibly change the render mode, but not improve the actual quality. The pixelated image would still be pixelated with the new render mode.

I'm not sure how to further tackle this problem and hope someone could help with this issue.

Thanks Max

Asked by max 1 month ago

Last reply by FredMcD 1 month ago