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Firefox access to Frontier.com

For many years, I have paid my telephone bill on-line using Firefox. Suddenly, I can on longer access <frontier.com> using Firefox. Chrome works find using the ve… (read more)

For many years, I have paid my telephone bill on-line using Firefox. Suddenly, I can on longer access <frontier.com> using Firefox. Chrome works find using the very same URL. But once inside the home page for Frontier, I can no longer login using Firefox. Grateful for any help. Thanks, <thompson29@frontier.com>

Asked by thompson29 1 hour ago

When in a private window, How do you open a bookmark or link in a normal window?

If you are currently using a normal window then there are ways to open a bookmark or link in a private window. But if you are currently using a private window then how wo… (read more)

If you are currently using a normal window then there are ways to open a bookmark or link in a private window. But if you are currently using a private window then how would you open a bookmark or link in a normal window?

I have tried several things including pressing shift+enter or choosing "Open in new Window" from the context menu, but this just opens the bookmark or link in a new private window.

My current method is to copy the address of the bookmark or link then paste it into the address bar of a normal window.

But is there a more direct method of opening bookmarks or links in a normal window, if currently in a private window?

Thanks.

Asked by TechHorse 1 hour ago

Last reply by TechHorse 1 hour ago

Firefox scrolls to end of page

I have a problem when I read a specific webpage and firefox jumps to the end of the webpage. This happens with one specific webpage, a Swiss newspaper: call www.nzz.ch -… (read more)

I have a problem when I read a specific webpage and firefox jumps to the end of the webpage. This happens with one specific webpage, a Swiss newspaper: call www.nzz.ch - Now, select one of the articles but in the following way: do a right-click on the title of the article and select "open in new tab". (This is important: it does not happen if you left click on the article and open it in the actual tab.) Now you have the article in a new tab, you begin reading it and slowly scroll down using the mouse wheel. But then, with the slightest scroll back (upwards), firefox will jump to the end of the web page. All you can do is go back (ctl+upward arrow) and look for the place where you have been. Once this has happened, firefox will no longer scroll to the end of the page, you can scroll up and down, and everything works fine. But if you close the tab and open this or another article again with right-click, open in new tab, you have the insane effect again. I have no idea how I could analyze this myself and am thankful for help.

Asked by werner messmer 1 hour ago

My Last Pass toolbar icon disappeared from Firefox toolbar and I can't get it back

Hello, I have Firefox 128 installed on Window10 Pro v. 22H2 fully up to date. I have LastPass: Free Password Manager extension in my Firefox. Up until 2 days ago I had a… (read more)

Hello, I have Firefox 128 installed on Window10 Pro v. 22H2 fully up to date. I have LastPass: Free Password Manager extension in my Firefox.

Up until 2 days ago I had an icon on my toolbar for the LastPass extension that I could click after opening Firefox to login to LP. It has worked fine for years. It was that way when I shut down my computer that night. The next morning when I opened FF, that icon was gone. LP still shows in my Add-ons manager as Enabled. To the best of my knowledge, nothing on my comp updated in that time period.

I tried clicking the 'Extensions' button in the FF toolbar, but all it did was to open the "Recommendations" tab of my Add-ons manager. Previously, clicking the 'Extensions' button in my toolbar would show a menu of extensions including LP. I would get an option to show an LP icon in my toolbar. That worked as recently as a few weeks ago when I wiped my hard drive and did a fresh install of Windows.

I tried removing and reinstalling the exension. It made no change. Next I fully removed Firefox with the Remove Programs option in the Windows control panel, then removed all traces of FF in my Windows user profile. Then rebooted. Then DL'ed Firefox fresh from the FF site and re-installed it. Twice. No icon shows up, and the 'Extensions' button continues to do nothing but send me to the 'Recommendations' tab of the add-ons manager.

I had a few other extensions installed as well as LP at the time this problem arose. But when I re-installed Firefox, I only installed LP and tried to get its icon showing before installing any other extensions, just to be sure there was no conflict.

Can you offer any suggestions to help?

Thank you.

Asked by cousinjoe 2 days ago

Last reply by cousinjoe 1 hour ago

Firefox reopens all my windows and tabs after reboot

I'm using Firefox 127.0.2 on Arch Linux. In settings under General>Startup>"Open previous windows and tabs" is not checked. Under about:config browser.sessionstor… (read more)

I'm using Firefox 127.0.2 on Arch Linux. In settings under General>Startup>"Open previous windows and tabs" is not checked. Under about:config browser.sessionstore.restore_on_demand is false, and browser.sessionstore.resume_from_crash is false

How do I get Firefox to give me a clean slate after restarting my computer?

Asked by sdaniluk 2 hours ago

Elektronsko podaljšanje veljavnosti digitalnega potrdila

Imam dva potrdila, ženino, ki še ne mo kmalu poteklo in moje(Igor Kafol),ki bo kmalu poteklo, vendar ga ne morem (oz, ne znam) podaljšati. prosim za pomoč. Igor Kafoll … (read more)

Imam dva potrdila, ženino, ki še ne mo kmalu poteklo in moje(Igor Kafol),ki bo kmalu poteklo, vendar ga ne morem (oz, ne znam) podaljšati. prosim za pomoč. Igor Kafoll

Asked by s51ik 2 hours ago

Pushing firefox updates

Ive been with Firefox since 0.4 20+years and am thinking of binning this browser. The Firefox updates wipe your bookmarks ,your page set up with the 4 rows and your pr… (read more)

Ive been with Firefox since 0.4 20+years and am thinking of binning this browser. The Firefox updates wipe your bookmarks ,your page set up with the 4 rows and your preferred sites they then push in the boxes last visited or recommenced stories i had to reinstall and older version,get bookmarks from a different drive i have to get back to where i was.

  I have turned off updates but am continually bombarded with download latest version,Firefox used to be great ,you got what you want,no adds,no pushing stuff its starting to feel like google chrome.
  So before i bin it,is there any way you can save ALL your setting as you like them and reinstall them with your preferences as was?     If not i will give Duck duck go, a go as my new browser.

Asked by chris658 3 hours ago