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Android Apk is not downloading

Hi All, We have android app that customers can download directly from WordPress website. It works perfectly fine on google chrome, but does not on Firefox, both mobile an… (read more)

Hi All, We have android app that customers can download directly from WordPress website. It works perfectly fine on google chrome, but does not on Firefox, both mobile and PC. When you are trying to download the file, the browser opens it instead and shows bunch of random text. https://pasteboard.co/HLKQzA4.png Any ideas how to fix it please?

Asked by YanaQuark 1 year ago

Last reply by TyDraniu 1 year ago

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Are Firefox and Aptana divorced?

Hello. I have been trying to get the Firefox debugger to hook up with the Aptana editor. The instructions that I have are obsolete. The link http://firefox.aptana.com/upd… (read more)

Hello. I have been trying to get the Firefox debugger to hook up with the Aptana editor. The instructions that I have are obsolete. The link http://firefox.aptana.com/update/ is supposed to automatically download the extension. It just takes me to a search engine results page full of links that barely touch on the subject. I also found out the Firebug has been deprecated.

Question: Are Firefox and Aptana divorced? Is there still a way to combine the Aptana editor to the Firefox debugger?

Asked by GailRoma 1 year ago

Last reply by Shadow110 1 year ago

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Webrtc SDP getting error , "Local descriptions must have a=mid attributes" while setting SDP into setLocalDescription

While i am adding Webrtc SDP data into setLocalDescription then in firefox beta giving error like this: "Local descriptions must have a=mid attributes", so because of t… (read more)

While i am adding Webrtc SDP data into setLocalDescription then in firefox beta giving error like this: "Local descriptions must have a=mid attributes", so because of this webrtc project not working properly, please help to resolve this issue.

Asked by sree_jan 1 year ago

Last reply by Kohei 1 year ago

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Firebox is loading old css

I am updating some css code on my Wordpress website. When I update the code I see the change on all internet browsers EXCEPT for Firefox. I know all about emptying cache … (read more)

I am updating some css code on my Wordpress website. When I update the code I see the change on all internet browsers EXCEPT for Firefox. I know all about emptying cache and cookies and history and that is not it. I have opened the website on computers that have never even been to the site and it is still pulling my old css code! Now, I was making some changes last night and Firefix wasn't updating the ocde, but when I looked at it this morning the changes were there. Does the changes take longer to reach FIrefox browsers or something? I am not the MOST savvy web designer, hence the Wordpress website, but I have changed my css code a thousand times and I always see the updates on other browsers. Please let me know if it is a "delay" thing with changes to Firefox or if I need to add some sort of special Firefox code to the css.

Appreciate the help and I apologize if I am just a missing something easy.

Asked by believememoore 1 year ago

Last reply by jscher2000 1 year ago

Firefox geolocation returns wrong coordinates

I want to build a progressive web app. This app requires the user's GPS coordinates. In order to test this functionality cross-browser, I use w3schooll geolocation implem… (read more)

I want to build a progressive web app. This app requires the user's GPS coordinates. In order to test this functionality cross-browser, I use w3schooll geolocation implementation. Link: https://www.w3schools.com/html/tryit.asp?filename=tryhtml5_geolocation

Compared to Chrome, Firefox sometimes returns the wrong coordinates. For example yesterday (13/03/2020) the coordinates were wrong all day. Today (14/03/2020) the coordinates are right. The coordinates are crucial for the success of the app. I use Firefox 74.0

Asked by Sergiu Mare 3 months ago

Last reply by cor-el 3 months ago

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animate.css doesn't work in my firefox

I don't understand why animate.css doesn't work in my firefox. Where can be problem? In firefox on another pc animate.css is working. animate.css - https://daneden.github… (read more)

I don't understand why animate.css doesn't work in my firefox. Where can be problem? In firefox on another pc animate.css is working. animate.css - https://daneden.github.io/animate.css/

Asked by tomcatsk 1 year ago

Last reply by cor-el 1 year ago

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Update from 61.0.2 to 62.0 has broken my webrtc application

Hello, I am involved in developing an application that uses WebRTC for video calling. Prior to yesterday my FF browser was at version 61.0.2 and the application could mak… (read more)

Hello, I am involved in developing an application that uses WebRTC for video calling.

Prior to yesterday my FF browser was at version 61.0.2 and the application could make video calls between FF / Chrome and apps running on Android and iOS

Today, I was unable to make calls to/from FF 62.0. Calls made using Chrome to Chrome work fine. Two colleagues were also able to make calls with older FF 61.0.2 and then no longer, after upgrading to FF 62.0

We are using the PeerJS library

What WebRTC related changes have been implemented between 61.0.2 and 62.0?

Thank you

Asked by OliverSnow 1 year ago

Last reply by cor-el 1 year ago

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H264 video codec by cisco

Hi I am using the latest firefox version on windows 10. After the installation, I am not able to see h264 cisco codec getting enabled. I searched on the internet and fou… (read more)

Hi

I am using the latest firefox version on windows 10. After the installation, I am not able to see h264 cisco codec getting enabled. I searched on the internet and found that there were few issues in the earlier releases but later they were fixed.

But on the current release I still see the problem

Can you please help to resolve the issue?

Many thanks in advance Pankaj Hirlekar

Asked by pankajh1811 1 year ago

Last reply by James 1 year ago

Is there a date yet for the actual deprecacy of the execCommand() javascript command?

Hi there, I have this notetaking web application, that relies heavily on the execCommand, because it's practical and behaves as users are used to from other programs for … (read more)

Hi there, I have this notetaking web application, that relies heavily on the execCommand, because it's practical and behaves as users are used to from other programs for text manipulation. MDN article says it's deprecated (https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/API/document/execCommand) but my question is, how much should i worry about it not being supported in firefox anytime soon? If it would actually got unspported, I'd have to re-code all the functionality with a lot of hacks on my own, so I'd like to know it in advance, if possible. Thanks very much in advance & understand if you cannot tell me the answer

Asked by Adam Rajnoha 4 months ago

Last reply by jscher2000 4 months ago

Why did Firefox respond with REFUSED_STREAM for an HTTP2 server push?

I have a site that pushes a few resources back with the initial page load via HTTP2 server push. This site worked well in Firefox 72, and still works well with Chrome 80.… (read more)

I have a site that pushes a few resources back with the initial page load via HTTP2 server push. This site worked well in Firefox 72, and still works well with Chrome 80. It does not work in Firefox 74. Charles proxy reports that Firefox is resetting the push stream via REFUSED_STREAM (0x7).

Before I take the time to setup a publicly accessible repro: 1. Has anyone else seen this? 2. Are there other debugging tools folks recommend? I'd like to rule out some of the many legitimate reasons (https://jakearchibald.com/2017/h2-push-tougher-than-i-thought/) the stream could have been refused before reporting this as a bug.

Asked by adam43 3 months ago

Last reply by cor-el 3 months ago

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Firefox does not ask you to save your login and password.

In site: https://mbok.pgnig.pl/ Firefox not option save login and password. Not option for save. This is bug Firefox? … (read more)

In site: https://mbok.pgnig.pl/ Firefox not option save login and password. Not option for save. This is bug Firefox?

Asked by boruts 1 year ago

Last reply by cor-el 1 year ago

Open the payload of a HTTP error

I'm a software developer working on backend services, always juggling between Firefox and Chrome (because none of them fully satisfy my needs). What I need from them is t… (read more)

I'm a software developer working on backend services, always juggling between Firefox and Chrome (because none of them fully satisfy my needs). What I need from them is to behave the way it will be most practical for me, which isn't necessarily aligned with the majority of users.

My current problem is this. I work with APIs which in my daily work often return various HTTP errors. These errors also contain a payload which describes the problem in detail. I want to be able to see this payload easily in the browser. Yes, I can use other tools like Postman for this (which I do), but for simple GET requests without special request headers it would be much more practical to just use a browser.

Currently, when my API opens an error (for example a 400 Bad Request), Firefox decides to just silently go back into the previous page (undos the URL change). If I open the Network tab in the Web Developer view, I can however see the failing response with all of its details. Still, this is too impractical for me.

BTW, the response contains a custom Content-Type which isn't recognized by Firefox by default. But Firefox isn't downloading the payload as a file (like it would usually do for a successful page load of an unknown Content-Type), it just silently doesn't do anything. I've installed an extension to handle my custom Content-Types (called "Open in Browser"), but since Firefox isn't attempting to open this one, I can't use it in this case.

So, how can I force Firefox to stay on that URL and show the response payload in the window? If not in vanilla Firefox, any plugins? I've already kind of spent too much time on this for my liking. :/

Asked by marko.vodanovic 1 month ago

Last reply by AKASH kUMAR 1 month ago

How can I use the network monitor with a HTTP/2 connection?

I found multiple pages recently that cause problems with the network monitor in firefox developer tools. I attached an image as an example. The three requests are selecte… (read more)

I found multiple pages recently that cause problems with the network monitor in firefox developer tools. I attached an image as an example. The three requests are selected always as a "block". They seem to be somehow related but I do not find any documentation what their relation is. My educated guess (also see https://superuser.com/questions/1537396/what-is-the-reason-firefox-combines-multiple-requests-in-the-network-monitor) that it is HTTP/2 related. However I still do not get how to handle debugging in such circumstances. I'd like to see the individual requests and answers for debugging purposes. I do not find a way to reach that goal. Is it a technical restriction?

Asked by ChristianLupus 3 months ago

Last reply by jscher2000 2 months ago

Automation Selenium c# Sendkeys not working

Am doing automatiin for a application. Am trying using login with incognito mode in ESR version 68.4. In authentication login popup username is not getting typed. Same co… (read more)

Am doing automatiin for a application. Am trying using login with incognito mode in ESR version 68.4. In authentication login popup username is not getting typed. Same code in the version of ESR version 60 working fine. please find the below code

Code : var alert = driver.Switchto().Alert();

alert.SendKeys($"username" +Keys.Tab + $"password" + Keys.Tab); alert.Accept();

Same code works in older version of mozila esr and not working in latest

Could you please help

Asked by Vino 3 months ago

Last reply by Roland Tanglao 3 months ago

Is there a possibility to prevent "This page is asking you to confirm that you want to leave..." popup message using JavaScript?

HI! Could you tell me please how can I prevent this popup message? Is there some browser vendor supported way to do it using JavaScript or we have just only possibility t… (read more)

HI! Could you tell me please how can I prevent this popup message? Is there some browser vendor supported way to do it using JavaScript or we have just only possibility to do it by editing Firefox browser setting 'dom.disable_beforeunload = true' on each browser client? As an app developer I need to disable this notification popup for all users at once. Thanks!

Asked by aleksandr.chebaev 4 months ago

Last reply by jscher2000 4 months ago

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CORS request blocked in Firefox

I am trying to make a CORS get request to my server. My server is properly CORS enabled. I am sending an additional header so preflighted option call is sent by browser. … (read more)

I am trying to make a CORS get request to my server. My server is properly CORS enabled.

I am sending an additional header so preflighted option call is sent by browser.

This is working in Chrome but not in firefox. In firefox i can see the options call with 200 as return status code but the subsequent get call is not sent which is happening perfectly in Chrome. My server is also using certificate issued by Global CA like DigiCert . This CA is present in Firefox trust list.

In firefox i see these messages in console

Cross-Origin Request Blocked: The Same Origin Policy disallows reading the remote resource at https://serverurl. (Reason: CORS header ‘Access-Control-Allow-Origin’ does not match ‘https://tryit.w3schools.com, *’).[Learn More]

Cross-Origin Request Blocked: The Same Origin Policy disallows reading the remote resource at https://serverurl. (Reason: CORS request did not succeed).[Learn More] I am making XMLHttpRequest call to trigger the call.

I am not able to figure why the call is failing in firefox

Best Regards, Saurav

Asked by sauravsarkar 1 year ago

Last reply by cor-el 1 year ago

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Mozilla developer docs question

Can someone tell me what Edge 14 means? What is 14? I mean Microsoft Edge version numbers are 38, 40 etc. My Edge version is 38.14393.0.0 So what exactly is Edge 14??… (read more)

Can someone tell me what Edge 14 means? What is 14? I mean Microsoft Edge version numbers are 38, 40 etc. My Edge version is 38.14393.0.0 So what exactly is Edge 14???

Asked by kenw232 1 year ago

Last reply by jscher2000 1 year ago

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Session cookies not kept when browser is under remote control

I am running Selenium automated tests in Firefox. The problem is that, when running tests on Firefox, the browser is open in "Browser is under remote control" mode and th… (read more)

I am running Selenium automated tests in Firefox. The problem is that, when running tests on Firefox, the browser is open in "Browser is under remote control" mode and then the session cookies are not kept when the browser is closed.

If I authenticate on my web app out of this "Browser is under remote control" mode, the ai_session cookie is kept as expected. It only is discarded when I am on that mode.

Taking that into account:

1. Is there a way to configure Firefox to keep session cookies even when running in the "Remote control" mode? 2. When configuring Selenium WebDriver, is there some option that allows me to force the browser to keep the session cookies?

Asked by NunoF 1 year ago

Last reply by hellosct1 1 year ago

Firefox with a terrible BigInt support in JS

Firefox is my favourite browser, but it has some problems. Although the team managed to fix memory leak issues with BigInt in js, but the performance is 3x slower than No… (read more)

Firefox is my favourite browser, but it has some problems. Although the team managed to fix memory leak issues with BigInt in js, but the performance is 3x slower than NodeJS compared to the latest spidermonkey (75.0b6).

To test out, I have created a simple pi calculator (open source), the website is: http://picalc.rf.gd/

The source code can be found on github, or just by clicking the "View Page Source". It seems impossible to get past 4,000 digits of Pi in firefox but in chromium I can calculate about 10,000 digits in the time firefox does 4,000 digits.

Previously, in the earlier versions (73 I guess), the memory went all the way up to 4 gigabytes while trying to calculate 5,000 digits, it's now (my current firefox version is 75.0b4, developer edition).

For the benchmarks, I have also tried NodeJS and Firefox's Spidermonkey.

Asked by Sourav 3 months ago

Last reply by Roland Tanglao 3 months ago