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Why my addons and dictionaries has been removed or disabled after installing GimpShop?

Hey there I tired to install GimpShop, which suppose to be already customised to look like a PSH version of Gimp. However the installer makes some funny business and all… (read more)

Hey there

I tired to install GimpShop, which suppose to be already customised to look like a PSH version of Gimp. However the installer makes some funny business and all the crapware possible: toolbars, addons etc. I stopped the installation and removed the crapware using AdwCleaner, SpyBot 2.0 and Eset Online Scanner. However, my dictionaries, add-ons in both Firefox and Gimp were either disabled or removed.

So, here are my questions:

1. Why where they disabled or removed? BTW I couldn't reactive them. 2. Why Firefox is the only browser that installs without asking addons form freeware installers (which very often you can not uncheck their installations)? Chrome has less crap and Opera never has anything unwanted installed. 3. Why Firefox keeps hanging up ale slowing down the system when there is only one heavy page? Or keeps freezing when Adobe Flash in YouTube constantly crashes?

Asked by AlecClaire 5 years ago

Last reply by guigs 5 years ago

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Anyone else having troubles viewing Vines since the update to version 35?

I've done the trick where you change the config: "media.windows-media-foundation.enabled" value from true to false. But after the new update to Firefox 35, all vines are… (read more)

I've done the trick where you change the config: "media.windows-media-foundation.enabled" value from true to false. But after the new update to Firefox 35, all vines are just permanently frozen for me. I can see they load up perfectly, but they never start playing.

Asked by walksofar 5 years ago

Last reply by FredMcD 5 years ago

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I want to install and extension globally

I am an it admin and want to install an extension globally, but placing the .xpi file in C:\Program Files (x86)\Mozilla Firefox\browser\extensions\ or C:\Program Files (… (read more)

I am an it admin and want to install an extension globally, but placing the .xpi file in C:\Program Files (x86)\Mozilla Firefox\browser\extensions\ or C:\Program Files (x86)\Mozilla Firefox\plugins and restarting the browser does not prompt to install the plugin. I noticed that the cli tags have been depreciated so i did not give that a shot. The computers are windows 7 64 bit and firefox version is 35.

Asked by xnukemx47 5 years ago

Last reply by cor-el 5 years ago

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On 13th of the month only, Firefox will not connect with Google.

I only noticed on Dec 13th that Firefox v34 or v35 wiii not connect to any Google site on the 13th of the month. It occurred on 13th January too. After that I experiment… (read more)

I only noticed on Dec 13th that Firefox v34 or v35 wiii not connect to any Google site on the 13th of the month. It occurred on 13th January too. After that I experimented with the date reset facility in Windows XP, ran a reboot and found I could reproduce this problem. Google search, maps, analytics are all affected and browser eventually says "server times out" with a plain grey background.

I have devised a routine that backsteps and then jumps for a date so that "the 13th" never happens again on this system.

Asked by marshtbb 5 years ago

Last reply by cor-el 5 years ago

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When I start Firefox, an error box appears with header "failure" and "createprocess" inside the box. I've applied your "safe mode" advice, but did not work

When I start Firefox, an error box appears with header "failure" and "createprocess" inside the box. I've applied your "safe mode" advice, but did not work. I've updated … (read more)

When I start Firefox, an error box appears with header "failure" and "createprocess" inside the box. I've applied your "safe mode" advice, but did not work.

I've updated the javadevelopment and shockwave flash plugins. These were the only ones that indicated it required updates. I ran these updates independent from the site and through the providers. Still appears to be a problem.

These problems do not occur in Chrome

Asked by Ysbeer 5 years ago

Last reply by FredMcD 5 years ago

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Is there a setting in FireFox that prevents Generic USB Card Swipers from working?

Clients of mine are having issues with this. I tested their card readers in NotePad to ensure they are functioning correctly which they are, and they even work in a diff… (read more)

Clients of mine are having issues with this. I tested their card readers in NotePad to ensure they are functioning correctly which they are, and they even work in a different browser like Chrome. The problem is the software I have works best with FireFox but the clients need to be able to swipe credit cards and it looks like the problem is between the card reader and browser. Help!

Asked by kskyleschwab 4 years ago

Last reply by guigs 4 years ago

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Installing and managing firefox in an enterprise environment using a third party desktop managment system (Novell ZEN)

We want to deploy Firefox in our enterprise environment and need to figure out a way to have the install run silently, no user interaction. We use Novell's ZEN to central… (read more)

We want to deploy Firefox in our enterprise environment and need to figure out a way to have the install run silently, no user interaction. We use Novell's ZEN to centrally manage our desktops and how we've done this with other installs is to create a response file, but I guess Firefox will not use response files. So, how would we accomplish this?

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Ken

Asked by kenwmax 5 years ago

Last reply by guigs 5 years ago

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fire fox redirects or email to 92.242.140.0 - 92.242.140.255' is 'email@barefruit.co.uk at 92.242.140.2 It is happing in and out of the school district and doe

Fire fox redirects or email mail.usd383.org to ( other info here to 92.242.140.0 - 92.242.140.255' is 'email at barefruit.co.uk ) this IP 92.242.140.2 It is happening in… (read more)

Fire fox redirects or email mail.usd383.org to ( other info here to 92.242.140.0 - 92.242.140.255' is 'email at barefruit.co.uk ) this IP 92.242.140.2 It is happening in and out of the school district and district. It only happens with firefox. WHY? Bitdefender has discovered this issue as a phishing attack.

Thanks Russel Dockins Network Service Manager Manhattan-Ogden


edit: removed personal information like phone, email and address from public.

Asked by RusselDockins 5 years ago

Last reply by FredMcD 5 years ago

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Comodo Firewall Pro shows 319 outbound firewall connections with my computer when I open Mozilla Firefox. Why is this?

Dear Mozilla Firefox Support: I was just wondering if you would know why there are so many Comodo Firewall Pro firewall (319) outbound connections showing in my Comodo Fi… (read more)

Dear Mozilla Firefox Support:

I was just wondering if you would know why there are so many Comodo Firewall Pro firewall (319) outbound connections showing in my Comodo Firewall Pro firewall when I open my Mozilla Firefox web browser?

Is this a concern or is this normal traffic?

Asked by perfect-pc-oh 5 years ago

Last reply by James 5 years ago

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"A copy of Firefox is already open. Only one copy of Firefox can be open at a time." using mulitple logins

We use some dumb terminals to log multiple users onto a Windows Server machine. All the terminals login using the same account (and profile). However only one of the lo… (read more)

We use some dumb terminals to log multiple users onto a Windows Server machine. All the terminals login using the same account (and profile). However only one of the logins is able to use Firefox, everyone else gets the message saying its already open. We don't have any issues with IE, but... its IE... ugh.

Is there a way around this? I understand a lock file is created in the profile (which would then apply to all users logged in on that account). Is there a way to make them unique in some way? Please don't suggest we have to change browsers :(

Asked by SubaruImpreza 5 years ago

Last reply by cor-el 5 years ago

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eWallet crashing when using Firefox on 64 bit Windows 8.1

Hi there, Since I upgraded my laptop recently to a 64-bit HP Envy running Windows 8.1, I’ve been having trouble with eWallet (a digital wallet for passwords) using Firefo… (read more)

Hi there,

Since I upgraded my laptop recently to a 64-bit HP Envy running Windows 8.1, I’ve been having trouble with eWallet (a digital wallet for passwords) using Firefox V35.0.1.

In case you don’t know eWallet, it is possible to store passwords, user-id’s and sign-on web page URLs in a card format. When you click on the URL, it populates the fields in the sign-on page.

I am having the same problem on a 64-bit Dell Inspiron laptop my wife uses

eWallet works seamlessly on 32-bit Win XP.

eWallet works on both the 64-bit machines using Internet Explorer and Chrome, but not Firefox.

After many emails back and forth, several complete removals (using Revo Uninstaller) and re-installs of both eWallet and Firefox, this is the conclusion of eWallet Support….

It looks to me like the Firefox installation still isn't quite right on your PC. If you look at the text file you sent me, you'll see on line 43[of the registry dump I sent them] that firefox is referenced under the "Program Files" folder -- but in other places in the file, it's referenced under "Program Files (x86)". My guess is that eWallet is trying to launch firefox using the path Windows is giving it (C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe), and firefox is not actually there. Please note that this area of the registry is Microsoft's, not ours -- we don't change anything in it, we merely use this area for its intended purpose: getting the path to the appropriate browser. I can't explain why Firefox isn't installing properly, but it's outside the scope of eWallet to be able to resolve that particular problem.

My understanding of what they are saying is that Firefox is not installing correctly for some reason.

I have also tried starting Firefox without any extensions or plug-ins, again no success.

Plugins and Extensions installed: Extensions

  Block site 1.1.8
  Classic Theme Restorer 1.2.9.3 
  Download YouTube Videos as MP4 1.7.31
  Ghostery 5.4.1
  Lightbeam 1.2.1
  SSL Version Control 0.4

Plugins

  Open H264 1.3
  Citrix Online Web Deployment Plugin 1.0.0.104
  Foxit Reader Plugin for Mozilla 2.2.4.903
  Google Earth Plugin 7.1.2.2041
  Google Update 1.3.26.9
  Intel Identity Protection Technology 4.0.5.0
  iTunes Application Detector 1.0.1.1
  Microsoft Office 2010 14.0.4730.1010
  Picasa 3.0.0.0
  Shockwave Flash 16.0.0.305
  Shockwave for Director 12.1.6.156
  Silverlight Plug-In 5.1.30514.0
  VLC Web Plugin 2.1.3.0

Could you please provide me with some guidance that may help me in resolving this problem?

Thanks and regards, Steve

Asked by SJG50 5 years ago

Last reply by cor-el 5 years ago

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Firefox crashes

bp-0979068e-4206-4d7a-937c-b2b262150120 firefox crash as soon as i start the application. Tried to uninstall the application and re install it again, but the same behavio… (read more)

bp-0979068e-4206-4d7a-937c-b2b262150120

firefox crash as soon as i start the application.

Tried to uninstall the application and re install it again, but the same behavior happened again.

Asked by mos_hussein 5 years ago

Last reply by Chandan_Baba 5 years ago

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How do I override self-signed certificate old ssl blocking.

My hard drive failed and was replaced by my desktop support team. As a result, I had to re-install FireFox, my preferred browser to provide console connections to my prod… (read more)

My hard drive failed and was replaced by my desktop support team. As a result, I had to re-install FireFox, my preferred browser to provide console connections to my production servers. These connections are old, firmware platforms that are not updatable behind multiple firewall layers. They use old versions of ssl and self signed certificates. Your new browser simply blocks access. Without the ability to override permanently this 'feature', I am unable to access the consoles of servers doing billions of dollars in business. I have a work-around in place with other browsers.

Asked by franksayers 5 years ago

Last reply by guigs 5 years ago

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FireFox ( tried several versions up to 48) Has a problem with windows 7-64 and Ebay

Hello... when accessing "Ebay" some of the entries will initially be shown , but then the first few will disappear after a second or two. Have tried different FireFox ver… (read more)

Hello... when accessing "Ebay" some of the entries will initially be shown , but then the first few will disappear after a second or two. Have tried different FireFox versions from # 35 to 48 and a few in between , all are the same ... Have contacted Ebay not sure of what to try next I'm running Windows 7-64 ... Thanks Regards Fred

Asked by JustPlainFred 3 years ago

Last reply by FredMcD 3 years ago

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TLS_DHE_RSA_WITH_AES_256_GCM_SHA384 (DHE-RSA-AES256-GCM-SHA384) and TLS_DHE_RSA_WITH_AES_256_CBC_SHA256 not work with Firefox 50.0

Hello, First, thanks for Firefox and all you work ! Ciphers TLS_DHE_RSA_WITH_AES_256_GCM_SHA384 (DHE-RSA-AES256-GCM-SHA384) and TLS_DHE_RSA_WITH_AES_256_CBC_SHA256 (DHE-R… (read more)

Hello, First, thanks for Firefox and all you work ! Ciphers TLS_DHE_RSA_WITH_AES_256_GCM_SHA384 (DHE-RSA-AES256-GCM-SHA384) and TLS_DHE_RSA_WITH_AES_256_CBC_SHA256 (DHE-RSA-AES256-SHA256) not work with Firefox 50.0 and Firefox 53 Nithly. But they are in the wiki : https://wiki.mozilla.org/Security/Server_Side_TLS in "Intermediate compatibility (default)" Are they supported ? Thanks a lot. David

Asked by davidfr 3 years ago

Last reply by davidfr 3 years ago

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Firefox using too much RAM

When starting (or restarting Firefox) everything is fine - even with loads of tabs open. Slowly, even if I'm not using it the RAM usage increases 500M and up. I'm runn… (read more)

When starting (or restarting Firefox) everything is fine - even with loads of tabs open. Slowly, even if I'm not using it the RAM usage increases 500M and up.

I'm running 35.0.1, but the problem existed with earlier versions too. Reading various threads looks like I'm not the only one, but none of the threads come up with a solution.

I have however tried all the things suggested, disabled hardware acceleration, running in safe mode, etc. Makes no difference. The problem remains. The only thing that works is closing Firefox and reopening it, say every 30 minutes - that's a pain.

As I say this has been going on for a long time in various version (certainly a year or two) and on various PCs. On 64 bit machines with loads of RAM it's a nuisance, but I have some applications which will only run in a true 32 bit environment, and in on those machines Firefox is to all intents and purposes unusable.

The other thing that works is using explorer, but I've been a Thunderbird user almost since day 1 - back in the days when real mozilla techs gave real technical support - so I really don't want to have to do that.

Would be good, as a starting point if someone could say how much RAM Firefox should use running in safe mode with only one tab open. That would at least put a stake in the ground.

Asked by samarang 5 years ago

Last reply by John99 5 years ago

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User name sent to my email address, but never arrives. Has Firefox been hacked and user info being sent to the wrong people?

Had some issues with Firefox 35.0.1 trying to post on this forum. Fox would not accept my login, so I requested to reset my password. Password reset O.K. still a no go, t… (read more)

Had some issues with Firefox 35.0.1 trying to post on this forum. Fox would not accept my login, so I requested to reset my password. Password reset O.K. still a no go, thought my login was bad and requested them send my "User name" (same email) User name never arrives. I had to create a new account on the forum to post this question as I can't get my old login to work.

Anyone else having this problem or has Firefox been hacked and my "User Name" sent to someone else?

Asked by SharkyCA 5 years ago

Last reply by guigs 5 years ago

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Firefox version 35 update erases passwords, yet AGAIN. 3rd update in a row.

Just finished turning off Firefox's auto updates on all of my computers. Because I had to learn to get in the habit of copying my Firefox profile about once a month. Wh… (read more)

Just finished turning off Firefox's auto updates on all of my computers. Because I had to learn to get in the habit of copying my Firefox profile about once a month. Why? Because I keep losing my settings! Mainly my passwords. This is now the 3rd update in a row that has dropped my passwords. 2nd time on that computer. (Windows 8.1) .

Please figure out why this occurs. (I can't be the only one). If it was always the same computer, I would point at it. But, the other 2 are Windows 7.

OR................ maybe...........instead of the profile being updated and possibly losing files, or over writing them. At the start of the update, say it makes a backup? Just in case v. 36,37,38,39,40,41,42.................cause the same issue. At least then if the passwords are the only issue, grab the 2 files and drop them back in the profile. done.


I hate sounding like a douche, just really freakin annoyed.

Asked by WhiteF150 5 years ago

Last reply by cor-el 5 years ago

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firefox update causes dead_pool_header error on my computer

when I update mozilla, the next time i boot up my computer I get the message dead_pool_header. the only way for me to get windows to start up again is to restart my compu… (read more)

when I update mozilla, the next time i boot up my computer I get the message dead_pool_header. the only way for me to get windows to start up again is to restart my computer in safe mode and reboot my computer to a time before I get the update.

Asked by viglib1 5 years ago

Answered by FredMcD 5 years ago