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I have lost everything from a single password recovery

I was using Firefox developer edition for quite some time and as a developer i thought that my thousand passwords were SAFE in firefox cloud and all i needed to do is jus… (read more)

I was using Firefox developer edition for quite some time and as a developer i thought that my thousand passwords were SAFE in firefox cloud and all i needed to do is just login to my account. So, after deleting firefox for a "fresh start", i couldn't login to my account and i didn't remembered the password. I got myself a new password and poof, just like that, everything fcking gone, all my thousand passwords, bookmarks, everything gone. How can you do something so retarded without any kind of warning!? Fcking junior programmers even check and put warnings in their fucking code, not the biggest fcking browser organization in the world!!! RETARDS. And yes, i have fcking tried all of your bullshit methods for recovery, none of them helped.

Asked by bombarulz 2 years ago

Last reply by cor-el 2 years ago

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How can I use Scratchpad to write to apache server's root?

I'm trying to use Firefox-Developer Edition (version 45.0a2) for full web-development on my server. So, I've tried using the "Scratchpad" editor, which is great with the… (read more)

I'm trying to use Firefox-Developer Edition (version 45.0a2) for full web-development on my server. So, I've tried using the "Scratchpad" editor, which is great with the Vim keybindings, to write/edit an html file on my apache server's "root" directory. Unfortunately, every time I save the file the permissions are changed from "-rw-rw-rw-" to "-rw-------", resulting in a permission error.

The server is hosted on RedHat Linux, with the default umask of "0022".

The "root" directory permissions are "drwxrwsr-x. root apache ".

Is this an unusual way for web-development, using Firefox and its developer tools alone?

I could relax the permissions on the server, however, since the firefox browser is, technically, still connected to the public internet, is there a security concern in doing this? I can't seem to find helpful relevant information that's specific enough to this type of problem, so I'm asking here. Or maybe there's a way to change an option within Firefox to accomplish this?

Asked by ILMostro 4 years ago

Last reply by guigs 4 years ago

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Why can I export (and import)the different sizes that I put in the "Responsive Design View"?

Hello I have troubles when try to import or export the different sizes of the Responsive Design View, I manage at least 13, and it's a little preposterous to add one by o… (read more)

Hello I have troubles when try to import or export the different sizes of the Responsive Design View, I manage at least 13, and it's a little preposterous to add one by one. There are a method that export/import them? Thanks

Asked by hlafuente 5 years ago

Last reply by cor-el 5 years ago

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Firefox Dev randomly closes windows, losing countless tabs in the vast sea of my history

Firefox Dev Edition, it randomly closes windows. I typically have up to 3 windows open at a time with anywhere from 3 to 8 tabs open on each, so idk if it's a memory prob… (read more)

Firefox Dev Edition, it randomly closes windows. I typically have up to 3 windows open at a time with anywhere from 3 to 8 tabs open on each, so idk if it's a memory problem and I'm just too demanding? In Chrome, when a window is closed, you can go to "recently closed tabs" and the entirety of that window's tabs are grouped into one entry, so in one click all tabs from that closed window are brought back. It's more like "recently closed tabs & windows". But firefox doesn't have this implemented so I then have to repeatedly open a new tab, open from history, repeat. I'm sure I put too much load on my browsers, but Chrome doesn't do this and I would hope that Firefox would be as much of a work horse as Chrome has been for me in all the years I've been using it. I can retrieve any logs or provide more information to anybody if it helps.

Summary: While browsing with multiple windows of FF:D up, one will randomly close. I actually recall this happening while I had my laptop closed and not in use. The window just closes out and it cannot be restored in any way other than opening each individual tab in history.

Asked by brttwrd 5 years ago

Last reply by guigs 5 years ago