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Filter Places query URI having HTTP GET parameter

I have constructed a smart bookmark using places query places query like: place:queryType=0&sort=8&domain=mydomain.com The full URL is something like: https://myd… (read more)

I have constructed a smart bookmark using places query places query like: place:queryType=0&sort=8&domain=mydomain.com

The full URL is something like: https://mydomain.com?model=product&id=282

Now I want to further restrict the results by filtering out certain HTTP GET Parameter values. for example:

  • I want to leave out URLs having model as a parameter in the URL
  • I want to include URLs having 'product' as a value for parameter model

I looked at the documentation and could find anything related to GET parameters. Is this possible?

Asked by jtanis 21 hours ago

Firefox Browser Bookmarks bar arrows not working (>>)

Hello, I've Firefox on Fedora last version Fedora 33 (Workstation Edition) 64 bit The bookmarks bar works fine for the standard visible part, but the arrows button (check… (read more)

Hello, I've Firefox on Fedora last version Fedora 33 (Workstation Edition) 64 bit

The bookmarks bar works fine for the standard visible part, but the arrows button (check out the pic attached) to open the rest of the bookmarks contained in the list, is not working, doesn't open the rest of the list at all.

Thank you Marino

Asked by marinodolcettibernes 16 hours ago

Youtube videos pausing when played in same window

If I have two Youtube videos open in the same window, on different tabs, attempting to play one will automatically pause the other, which makes playing two videos simulta… (read more)

If I have two Youtube videos open in the same window, on different tabs, attempting to play one will automatically pause the other, which makes playing two videos simultaneously inconvenient. This will not occur if the videos are in different windows. How can I disable this?

Asked by sorel.anri 11 hours ago

HTML5 not working

I've just installed the latest Ubuntu OS on my computer and when starting Firefox i get this problem while trying to play the latest YouTube videos where they say "Your … (read more)

I've just installed the latest Ubuntu OS on my computer and when starting Firefox i get this problem while trying to play the latest YouTube videos where they say "Your browser does not currently recognize any of the video formats available. Click here to visit our frequently asked questions about HTML5 video." so I've tried to click on the link but then Firefox said my browser was already up to date. I've then tried to disable my adds on and try in safe mode but that did not help. I've tried installing some adds on, that didn't help either. I've tried uninstalling and installing back Firefox, that didn't work. every media.mediasource config are enabled, that didn't work. and when i try using another browser, the media can be played just fine (i used chromium). So if someone has any idea as to what might be causing this issue i'd be grateful (also, older video seems to be working just fine)

Asked by guillaumemannone 8 hours ago

--window-size command does nothing.

I would like to disable fingerprinting. But doing so makes it so I have to resize firefox ever time I launch it. Even if fed the command "--window-size 1700,800" it conti… (read more)

I would like to disable fingerprinting. But doing so makes it so I have to resize firefox ever time I launch it. Even if fed the command "--window-size 1700,800" it continues to lunch in a small form factor. Is this fixable without enabling fingerprinting.

OS: Manjaro DE: XFCE Kernel: Linux 5.9.11-3 Firefox Ver: 83.0

Asked by nathannjh 1 hour ago