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I'm uploading changed webpages to the internet on a daily basis, using Firefox. I'm Using Firefox version 100.0 now and I have discoverd a problem with version 100.0 . Fr… (read more)

I'm uploading changed webpages to the internet on a daily basis, using Firefox. I'm Using Firefox version 100.0 now and I have discoverd a problem with version 100.0 . From Firefox version 99.01 and downwards, this problem never existed before. The refresh button in Firefox 100.0 ( Ctrl+R ) no longer works good anymore! Sometimes it works good, the other time it's not working correct anymore, you will not see the latest uploaded webpage on the internet. The only solution to this problem is bij closing Firefox and restarting it. Only then you will see the latest uploaded webpage on the internet. Please have a serious look at this annoying problem in version 100.0. This problem can only be discoverd by people who are uploading new webpages to the internet, not bij the regular internet-users/visitors.

Asked by webmaster101 4 days ago

Last reply by webmaster101 3 days ago

Completely broken profiles

Hello team, I'm not sure what happened, but I was not able to open Firefox after restarting my PC. I currently run Windows 11 on a fully upgraded rig. Up until today, I h… (read more)

Hello team,

I'm not sure what happened, but I was not able to open Firefox after restarting my PC. I currently run Windows 11 on a fully upgraded rig.

Up until today, I have been trouble free. Error 1: "Firefox is already running, but is not responding. The old Firefox process must be closed to open a new window."

I tried several options - and have been googling/trying several steps for a couple of hours (after each step, I restarted the PC):

1. Uninstalled and then Reinstalled a fresh copy of Mozilla 2. Attempted to use Command Lines to open Firefox https://wiki.mozilla.org/Firefox/CommandLineOptions 3. Opened Profile Manager and attempted to create a new profile - when I did this the new profile would not display in the Profile Manager, but it would display in the Profiles folder under Appdata [I tried this multiple times] 4. Deleted the profiles.ini file

After deleting the .ini file Error 2: "Your Firefox profile cannot be loaded. It may be missing or inaccessible." 1. Uninstalled and then Reinstalled a fresh copy of Mozilla 2. Opened Profile Manager and attempted to create a new profile. After following the Profile Wizard, another error pops up: "An unexpected error has prevented your changes from being saved."

I am completely stumped. I hope you can help, Sean

Asked by sean.oneill.29 14 hours ago

FireFox Suspended? and Update to v.100 problem

Over the past few days FireFox v. 99.0.1 had been non-responsive on a tab. Got to the point I had to close FF and tried to use cCleaner to clear cache/history etc. How… (read more)

Over the past few days FireFox v. 99.0.1 had been non-responsive on a tab.

Got to the point I had to close FF and tried to use cCleaner to clear cache/history etc.

However cCleaner could not proceed as it claimed FF was still open.

Using Windows Task Manager I found FireFox was "Suspended" (screenshot 1)

I then terminated the task - so cCleaner could proceed.

Then FF appeared to work OK. Until the next time....

It just happened a few minutes ago closing FF - using cCleaner - once again FF was "suspended" and had to be terminated in Task Manager.

On FF help it said Update to version 100 which I did BUT the update got stuck on the FF Update - for several minutes (definitely over 10 mins) so I had to terminate the FF Updater using Windows Task Manager (screenshots 2 & 3) again used Task Manager to terminate that.

FF appeared to open OK even showed the version 100 What's new tab.

BUT when I used FF help to check version I got Restart FF to update to version 100 (screen shot 4) Perhaps the last might temporary due to terminating the what appeared to be stuck Updater, but it was worth mentioning.

PC details: OS Name Microsoft Windows 10 Home Version 10.0.19044 Build 19044 System Model HP Pavilion 590-p0097c Desktop PC System Type x64-based PC Processor Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-8400 CPU @ 2.80GHz, 2808 Mhz, 6 Core(s), 6 Logical Processor(s) Installed Physical Memory (RAM) 8.00 GB

Any help appreciated.

Thanks,

Vincent

Asked by UnknownVT 2 weeks ago

Last reply by UnknownVT 1 day ago

Why my code work fine on chrome but not firefox?

Here is my code: <html> <head> <meta charset="utf-8"> <style> .fullCard, .lowerHalfCard, .upperHalfCard, .fullCard-after, .lo… (read more)

Here is my code:

<html>
	<head>
		<meta charset="utf-8">
		<style>
			.fullCard,
			.lowerHalfCard,
			.upperHalfCard,
			.fullCard-after,
			.lowerHalfCard-after,
			.upperHalfCard-after {
			  background-color: inherit;
			  border-radius: 10px;
			  height: 100%;
			  width: 100%;
			  position: absolute;
			  
			  align-items: center;
			  display: flex;
			  justify-content: center;
			  vertical-align:middle;
			}
		
			.fullCard-after::after,
			.upperHalfCard-after::after{
			  content: "";
			  display: block;
			  position: absolute;
			  height: 4px;
			  background-color: inherit;
			  width: 100%;
			  top: calc(50% - 2px);
			}
			.lowerHalfCard-after::after{
			  content: "";
			  display: block;
			  position: absolute;
			  height: 4px;
			  background-color: inherit;
			  width: 100%;
			  top: calc(50% - 2px);
			}
			.lowerHalfCard,
			.lowerHalfCard-after{
				clip-path: polygon(0% 50%, 100% 50%, 100% 100%, 0% 100%);
			}
			.upperHalfCard,
			.upperHalfCard-after{
			  clip-path: polygon(0% 0%, 100% 0%, 100% 50%, 0% 50%);
			}

			.splitFlap {
			  background-color:black;
			  box-sizing: border-box;
			  border-radius: 10px;				
			  width: 100px;
			  height: 150px;
			  position: relative;			 
			}

			.rotate0to90 {
			  animation-name: r0to90;
			}

			.rotate90to0 {
			  animation-name: r90to0;
			}

			.rotate0to_90 {
			  animation-name: r0to_90;
			}

			.rotate_90to0 {
			  animation-name: r_90to0;
			}

			.rotate0to90,
			.rotate90to0,
			.rotate0to_90,
			.rotate_90to0 {
			  animation-duration: 0.3s;
			  animation-fill-mode: forwards;
			}

			@keyframes r0to90 {
			  from {
				transform:rotateX(0deg);
			  }

			  to {
				transform: rotateX(90deg);
			  }
			}

			@keyframes r90to0 {
			  from {
				transform: rotateX(90deg);
			  }

			  to {
				transform: rotateX(0deg);
			  }
			}

			@keyframes r0to_90 {
			  from {
				transform: rotateX(0deg);
			  }

			  to {
				transform: rotateX(-90deg);
			  }
			}

			@keyframes r_90to0 {
			  from {
				transform: rotateX(-90deg);
			  }

			  to {
				transform: rotateX(0deg);
			  }
			}

			.transform0to_90 {
			  transform: rotateX(-90deg);
			}

			.transform0to90 {
			  transform: rotateX(90deg);
			}
			.hide{
				display:none
			}
			.zIndex2 {
			  z-index: 2;
			}

			.zIndex4 {
			  z-index: 4;
			}

			.zIndex10 {
			  z-index: 10;
			}
			.blue{
			   background-color: blue
			}
			.green{
			   background-color: green
			}
			.red{
			   background-color: red
			}
			.orange{
			  background-color: orange
			}
		</style>
		<script>
			let baseDiv,lowerDiv,middleDiv,upperDiv;
			document.addEventListener("DOMContentLoaded",()=>{
				baseDiv=document.getElementById("base");
				lowerDiv=document.getElementById("lower");
				middleDiv=document.getElementById("middle");
				upperDiv=document.getElementById("upper");
			});
			let backward=()=>{
			    middleDiv.innerHTML=baseDiv.innerHTML;
				lowerDiv.classList.add("rotate0to90");
				middleDiv.className="upperHalfCard-after transform0to_90 zIndex4";
			}
			let forward=()=>{
				middleDiv.innerHTML=baseDiv.innerHTML;
				upperDiv.classList.add("rotate0to_90");
				middleDiv.className="lowerHalfCard-after transform0to90 zIndex4";
			}
			
			let upperHandler=()=>{
				middleDiv.classList.add("rotate90to0");
				upperDiv.classList.replace("zIndex4","zIndex2");				
			}
			let lowerHandler=()=>{
				lowerDiv.classList.replace("zIndex4","zIndex2");
				middleDiv.classList.add("rotate_90to0");				
			}
			let middleHandler=()=>{
				upperDiv.innerHTML=baseDiv.innerHTML;
				lowerDiv.innerHTML=baseDiv.innerHTML;
				middleDiv.className="hide";
				upperDiv.className="upperHalfCard-after zIndex4";
				lowerDiv.className="lowerHalfCard-after zIndex2";
			}
		</script>
	</head>
	<body>
		<div class="splitFlap">
			<div 
				id="base" 
				class="fullCard-after zIndex2">
				<img src="img/1_100.png">
			</div>
			<div 
				class="upperHalfCard-after zIndex4"
				id="upper"
				onAnimationEnd="upperHandler()">
				<img src="img/0_100.png">
			</div>
			<div 
				id="middle"
				class="hide"
				onAnimationEnd="middleHandler()">
			</div>
			<div
				class="lowerHalfCard-after zIndex2" 
				id="lower"
				onAnimationEnd="lowerHandler()">
				<img src="img/0_100.png">
			</div>
		</div>
		<p>
			<button onClick="forward()">
			  +
			</button>
			<button onClick="backward()">
			 -
			</button>
			<button onClick="setHinge()">Set Hinge</button>
		</p>
	</body>
</html>	

I am creating a split-flap. It works fine in Chrome, but in firefox, during the second rotation period, it is not smooth as in chrome. How can I fix it?

Asked by knvbhk 1 week ago

Problem with a GIS website

Until the most recent update of Firefox, I was able to access atrribute data of a GIS map feature on the GIS Open Data, State of Michigan website: https://gis-michigan.op… (read more)

Until the most recent update of Firefox, I was able to access atrribute data of a GIS map feature on the GIS Open Data, State of Michigan website:

https://gis-michigan.opendata.arcgis.com/datasets/2020-voting-precincts/explore?location=44.909859%2C-86.310800%2C6.97

Now, I can not click on any feature. I can do this, however, using Chrome. What is the issue, here?

Asked by FireFoxFan1 1 week ago

Last reply by FireFoxFan1 7 hours ago