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Inspecting the request/responce of raced transfers

The answer in https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1267945 explains the meaning of *raced*. In some cases, however, I'm seeing *raced transfers*, but for which th… (read more)

The answer in https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1267945 explains the meaning of *raced*. In some cases, however, I'm seeing *raced transfers*, but for which the inspector shows no response headers and or HTTP state code.

When does this happens? How can I inspect the actual transfer in the network?

For instance, the image attached shows a line where we got a fields.xml file transfering 775B but it was decompressed to 3.6KB. However, the status code is not shown, the response headers (when clicking) are also missing.

My browser is Firefox 77.0.1 (64-bit), as distributed by Manjaro.

Asked by Manuel Vázquez Acosta 6 days ago

Last reply by Manuel Vázquez Acosta 5 days ago

Not prompted for master password

Hi, For some unknown reason, Firefox does not prompt me for the master password. This started happening after I opened quite a lot of tabs few weeks back. The prompt used… (read more)

Hi,

For some unknown reason, Firefox does not prompt me for the master password. This started happening after I opened quite a lot of tabs few weeks back. The prompt used to pop up on Firefox start up. But now it doesn't. I would have to do something to manually pop up the prompt. By something I mean, trying to save a password on a site, go to login page of a site, click on view logins etc. I'm not sure why this odd behavior is been shown. Any clues on how I could debug the issue?

Asked by ninostephen.dev 5 days ago

Last reply by ninostephen.dev 3 days ago

How to setup the audio output to 96KHz or 192Khz

Hi! Chrome based browsers (like chromium or Vivaldi) permit to obtain 96KHz or even 192KHz float 32bit audio output. Firefox stuck at float32le 48KHz. This is not suffici… (read more)

Hi! Chrome based browsers (like chromium or Vivaldi) permit to obtain 96KHz or even 192KHz float 32bit audio output. Firefox stuck at float32le 48KHz. This is not sufficient for me. i have a Linux LinuxMint 20 on a STRIX Z270G audio chip @ 96KHz and headsets like Sennheiser HD650 and GRADO RS1e so able to perfectly perceive the effects of harmonics up to frequency my chip can produce (96KHz band pass).

Question: Is possible in Firefox 78 for Linux to change the max frequency from 48KHz to 96KHz maintaining the float32le setup?

Thank you to all advices!

David

Asked by davidemonge 4 days ago

Last reply by davidemonge 4 days ago

Looking for a way / extension to play facebook videos by default in 360p.

I'm using Firefox Beta on a slow laptop in Linux -so, manually changing videos to 360p from the cog works to make them play smoothly. The facebook SD Only setting in http… (read more)

I'm using Firefox Beta on a slow laptop in Linux -so, manually changing videos to 360p from the cog works to make them play smoothly. The facebook SD Only setting in https://www.facebook.com/settings?tab=videos doesn't really work -only in a few videos. If anyone knows of an extension that handles this on latest Firefox Beta let me know. Thank you.

Asked by csts 3 days ago

Last reply by csts 11 hours ago

New view of JSON in the Resonse Payload is confusing

Hi All, Not sure when this changed but noticed that a recent update changed how the JSON Response Payload is shown. The old way can be seen in this Firefox Documentation … (read more)

Hi All,

Not sure when this changed but noticed that a recent update changed how the JSON Response Payload is shown.

The old way can be seen in this Firefox Documentation https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Tools/Network_Monitor/request_details#Response

See attached Image "old.png"

Now see the attached "new.png". As you can see, the Object is summarized and shown on the same line as the Object's parent. This looks very messy when viewing large and/or complicated JSON.

Can someone please help me out to get the old view back?

Sorry if this is already answered. I already did try searching the Net and Firefox forums.

Thanks, Dil

Asked by dilt100 13 hours ago

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