Laptop died, was repaired and returned, unfortunately with windows 7 and NONE of my stuff. So not sure if this is a new release issue or what. Also, more of an annoyanc…
Laptop died, was repaired and returned, unfortunately with windows 7 and NONE of my stuff. So not sure if this is a new release issue or what. Also, more of an annoyance than a true problem. There is always a tab above the inbox, if when no other pane is open (Options, Calendar, for example). The true annoyance is that it grabs focus as one tabs thru Thunderbird. Previously, I could toggle between the inbox and the email list box. Now, i need to tab twice. From the list box, it stop at the Inbox tab before going to the inbox folder list. Guess I'll get used to it eventually, but, anyway of getting rid of it when not other tabs are open? See arrow in attached image. thanx, nick
*What can I do to prevent this from happening again?* Firefox suddenly today (4/2/2020) decides to go missing from my Windows 10 Start Menu.
I've been using Firefox as my default web browser on Windows 10 for a while now, and I've become used to launching it both from the Task Bar and the Start Menu (depends o…
I've been using Firefox as my default web browser on Windows 10 for a while now, and I've become used to launching it both from the Task Bar and the Start Menu (depends on if I'm currently wielding the keyboard or the mouse at the time I want to launch Firefox).
As of today, 4/2/2020, the Start Menu entry has completely disappeared. There is no "Mozilla" folder in the start menu nor is there anything filed under "F" for Firefox.
I tried to remedy this issue by right clicking my Firefox task bar shortcut and clicking "Pin to Start Menu" as a way to force my start menu to recognize Firefox when I start typing "Firefox" after pressing the Windows key.
What results instead is this god awful Hex number (see attached screenshot) that reads "W~E7CF176E110C211B". Clicking on this shortcut does absolutely nothing. Pretty sure I'm not supposed to see that, and that this is a bug that shouldn't be happening.
To make sure I'm not crazy, I again right clicked on my working Firefox task bar shortcut, and clicked on "Properties" (see attached screenshot). Nothing looks unusual there, so now I'm just at a loss as to **why** this happened, **how** it happened, and **What can I do to prevent this from happening in the future?**
I do not have this problem with any other application. No other application has just decided to disappear themselves from my start menu. No other application gives me some bullshit hex number in place of an actual app shortcut to an executable binary file that lives in Program Files (x86). I'd be a little more understanding if it was located in some weird ProgramData folder, but I'm just super confused as to why this happened, and I'm frustrated that I have to stop what I was doing to write this up.
That being said, I genuinely appreciate any preventative help that can be done to prevent this from happening in the future, even if I may be slow to respond (I will try really hard to not be slow to respond). Please help me from my nagging brain that is now considering moving back to Chrome so I can continue typing in the application name to launch from Start Menu as I am able to do with literally every other program.
This has been happening for months now, but I was hoping it was something temporary, and would be fixed with some updates, but nothing... and now I really need this. Fire…
This has been happening for months now, but I was hoping it was something temporary, and would be fixed with some updates, but nothing... and now I really need this.
Firefox keeps crashing on smart card login, at least on Croatian official citizen services e-Građani on pretinac.gov.hr with my ID card, which is where I normally use it.
The login process starts and Firefox asks me the two passwords, one after the other, in separate pop-up windows, as expected. After inserting the second password, the browser crashes and offers to send a crash report. You can see the last one from me here: https://crash-stats.mozilla.org/report/index/fd32d719-ddbc-4244-a10f-4b7240200402
I have tried refreshing Firefox, but it still crashes the same way. I have even changed DE in the meantime (not because of this) from Gnome to KDE, and the problem persists.
I am using Kubuntu 19.10 at the moment, on a ThinkPad T440p with an integrated smart card reader, and I am not sure how to see which one is it... This was working normally before New Year. I really do not know what happened, nor when exactly, but since some point after 2020 started I have been unable to login there, because Firefox keeps crashing on login.