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Blurred screen on a few websites

Just lately I have been finding that, for a few websites, they are unusable because the screen looks extremely blurred. I have attached a screenshot. Compare this with wh… (read more)

Just lately I have been finding that, for a few websites, they are unusable because the screen looks extremely blurred. I have attached a screenshot. Compare this with what you see at ba.com.

I am wondering if this is caused by a new secure feature of FF which is incompatible with these few sites. Really, any suggestions would be welcome. Otherwise I have to use Edge..

Asked by bxcfilm 1 year ago

Answered by jonzn4SUSE 1 year ago

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Synced tabs and history on new computer

I got a new computer so I created an acct and set all my open tabs and history to sync. It wasn't intuitive to my not techie brain, but found out how to open all the ta… (read more)

I got a new computer so I created an acct and set all my open tabs and history to sync. It wasn't intuitive to my not techie brain, but found out how to open all the tabs on the new computer. However, they don't open in the same order (makes it almost useless when you have a lot of tabs), and the tabs don't have their associated history.

Is there some way to have Firefox open tabs and history in the same state on the new device?

Asked by RR123 1 year ago

Answered by cor-el 1 year ago

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Facebook Messenger

Hello, For about a week now, Facebook Messenger on desktop (on my profile page at facebook.com) will fail to load. If I click on "See all in Messenger" it will just load… (read more)

Hello,

For about a week now, Facebook Messenger on desktop (on my profile page at facebook.com) will fail to load. If I click on "See all in Messenger" it will just load indefinitely and not redirect to the new page with all the messages.

I have not installed any new add-ons and Troubleshoot Mode has the exact same issue. A week ago everything was fine. It this a known issue with the latest update?

Is there something I can do?

Please don't tell me to reset firefox. Burning your house down for a minor inconvenience is not a solution. It's as unprofessional of an advice as all those "reinstall windows" tips for absolutely every singe issue. That's not advice, just lack of knowledge.

Asked by Sheppard 1 year ago

Answered by cor-el 1 year ago

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DUO: "Access Not Allowed With Firefox Due To Security Concerns

I've been utilizing the security protocol app DUO for work purposes for the last year with Firefox, no issues. I just recently updated to 105.0.1 and received the follow… (read more)

I've been utilizing the security protocol app DUO for work purposes for the last year with Firefox, no issues. I just recently updated to 105.0.1 and received the following error message when my DUO was prompted:

  • "We're sorry, access is not allowed with Firefox due to security concerns." - with a sad face.

It then shows me a list of compatible browsers and FF being the only one not allowed to use the DUO authentication. I've attempted to clear my browsers cache, fire up FF once more only to arrive at the same messaging. I've uploaded a screenshot of what I ran into.

This has to be some sort of error as I've been utilizing FF and DUO together successfully with no issues over the last year.

Any help is greatly appreciated.

Asked by Eddie 1 year ago

Answered by Eddie 1 year ago

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How can I put the new tab button in the same position that chrome would have?

My muscle memory has me constantly clicking just slightly to the right of where the furthest right tab is. It feels weird stretching alllll the way right or alll the way … (read more)

My muscle memory has me constantly clicking just slightly to the right of where the furthest right tab is. It feels weird stretching alllll the way right or alll the way left. I've tried both spots and it just feels unatural to me. Obvioulsy I'll get used to it after a while its just I'd like it to be back to where I'm used to it being.

Asked by xledgendsx 1 year ago

Answered by TyDraniu 1 year ago

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Google Chrome

I have a tracking app on macOS Monterey that is following me around On Firefox settings I came cross some locations where I see Google Chrome like on page info about:hom… (read more)

I have a tracking app on macOS Monterey that is following me around

On Firefox settings I came cross some locations where I see Google Chrome like on page info about:home or Application Basics: Google Location Service Key and Google Safe browning Key. Also, on a link called Survey where there is Google forms to fill out. I don't use Google Chrome because of the issues Google Chrome creates when I go on my the websites. Why are these Google things in Firefox and is there a way to remove them?

Mahubti

Asked by Yolanda 1 year ago

Last reply by jscher2000 - Support Volunteer 1 year ago

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Fonts on Various Sites Are Too Heavy/Bold

I've tried to search and found some other posts about this, but not a ton... leading me to believe there is something wrong. Issue: Fonts on some sites are too heavy/bo… (read more)

I've tried to search and found some other posts about this, but not a ton... leading me to believe there is something wrong.

Issue: Fonts on some sites are too heavy/bold (vs appearing correctly on Chrome/Chromium browsers) Environment: Windows 10 or 11, Firefox stable (currently 105.0.1) Example site: https://www.subaruoutback.org (this is not the only one, just an example) Workaround(s): I can do one of two things... I can either enforce browser fonts globally, which fixes the issue but then also break some sites in other ways or I can use an add-on to let me selectively enforce browser fonts as needed (which is what I am doing).

Screenshots attached, this is my experience on multiple PCs (Windows 10 and 11). One image is from Firefox, one is from Chrome.

On some sites, it isn't a huge deal... maybe just looks bad but is functionally fine. On some sites the issue is more impactful and actually creates readability issues.

Of course I can continue to work around the issue, but ideally I would like to fix it.

I did read that there are some changes site owners can make for font handling, but obviously requesting that sort of thing isn't realistic in a general sense.

Thank you!

Asked by DrSuSE 1 year ago

Answered by DrSuSE 1 year ago

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Content Security Policy issues.

I have been having issues with the checkout page of my website. My problem was most likely coming from our payment provider causing issues with updates. I switched paymen… (read more)

I have been having issues with the checkout page of my website. My problem was most likely coming from our payment provider causing issues with updates. I switched payment plugins until it gets fixed. (In case you would like to know the extent of my troubleshooting. I ended up installing a brand new wordpress install on a subdomain and the error still occurred.)

This is most likely not related to my initial payment provider issue. When I view issues in the console I keep getting error messages. These issues affect my ability to use the checkout page on my Firefox. We are currently processing payments successfully. These errors do not show up on Chrome.

Content Security Policy: The page’s settings blocked the loading of a resource at inline (“style-src”). moz-extension:88:56 Content Security Policy: The page’s settings observed the loading of a resource at inline (“style-src”). A CSP report is being sent. moz-extension:88:56 Content Security Policy: The page’s settings blocked the loading of a resource at inline (“script-src”). moz-extension:136:52 Content Security Policy: The page’s settings observed the loading of a resource at inline (“script-src”). A CSP report is being sent. moz-extension:136:52

This is the website page I need help with. https://heartlandforest.org/checkout/

I can't tell if this is happening to everyone or just me. I don't know which resources were blocked or where to fix this. My website and my server do not have a CSP. I have been looking for an answer for over a week before attempting to try asking here. Every issue I have noticed in the past week on my site has been one big red herring after another.

Asked by Engage 1 year ago

Answered by jscher2000 - Support Volunteer 1 year ago

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Printing documents from Firefox is extremely slow compared to printing documents from Preview (Mac)

It takes an extremely long time for documents (e.g., PDFs) to print when I print them from Firefox (compared to printing from the built-in Preview app). How can I resolve… (read more)

It takes an extremely long time for documents (e.g., PDFs) to print when I print them from Firefox (compared to printing from the built-in Preview app). How can I resolve this so that I can print documents directly from Firefox without this long delay?

Browser: Firefox 105.0.1 OS: macOS 12.6 Installed Addons: 7TV, BetterTTV, Facebook Container, FrankerFaceZ, Merge Windows, Tab Auto Refresh, TWP - Translate Web Pages, uBlock Origin

Asked by Benny Rochwerg 1 year ago

Answered by jscher2000 - Support Volunteer 1 year ago

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Javascript

I had to add Javascript because one of my accounts need Javascript to open. After installing Javascript and allowing for all to be 'true', I still get this message when I… (read more)

I had to add Javascript because one of my accounts need Javascript to open. After installing Javascript and allowing for all to be 'true', I still get this message when I try to open a 'show blocked content' in my email.

"The address wasn’t understood

Firefox doesn’t know how to open this address, because one of the following protocols (javascript) isn’t associated with any program or is not allowed in this context.

   You might need to install other software to open this address."

I never had any problem before installing Javascript. Thanks for any solutions.

Asked by jalnet1 1 year ago

Last reply by leesambo73 1 year ago

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Windows 10: Alt-tabbing sometimes causes Firefox to freeze momentarily

As far as I can tell, this has something to do with Firefox aggressively offloading stuff from memory to storage. When I alt-tab at times, Firefox completely freezes. Eve… (read more)

As far as I can tell, this has something to do with Firefox aggressively offloading stuff from memory to storage. When I alt-tab at times, Firefox completely freezes. Every Firefox window hangs on a single image and I am unable to interact with anything for a few seconds. During these seconds, I can see the memory % in the Windows Task Manager slowly climbing until Firefox unfreezes itself, so it seems to be loading stuff back into memory. For example, it'll climb from 55% to 70%, taking its sweet sweet time. I also see some disk usage with 'System' during this time.

This behavior occurs even when I'm active on the browser and at 50% memory. It seems to occur more often once I hit the 60% memory mark.

I'm almost certain that this is a Firefox-specific issue, because I can interact with any other program during this period. It is only Firefox that stops dead in its track.

Is there a way to make this behavior less aggressive? I'd rather not have my alt-tabs freeze every few minutes.

Asked by Arcotash 1 year ago

Answered by Arcotash 1 year ago

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Changing mailto to yahoo

I am able to find the mailto setting easily. However, there are no clients listed to choose from, no gmail, yahoo, nothing. If I click "choose other" I'm expected to choo… (read more)

I am able to find the mailto setting easily. However, there are no clients listed to choose from, no gmail, yahoo, nothing. If I click "choose other" I'm expected to choose an application from my computer. I just want to be able to click a mailto link and have it go out through a new tab via my existing, free, yahoo mail account.

Asked by James Craw 1 year ago

Answered by jscher2000 - Support Volunteer 1 year ago

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Full screen video doesn't take up the entire screen on MacOS 12.5 unless Firefox is in full screen mode

When expanding any video to full screen mode, the video does not occupy the entire screen. However, if Firefox itself is in full screen mode, then the video will occupy t… (read more)

When expanding any video to full screen mode, the video does not occupy the entire screen. However, if Firefox itself is in full screen mode, then the video will occupy the full screen.

I tested this on YouTube and another website's video player and was able to consistently replicate the issue.

See image to view the bug in action.

Asked by Hami 1 year ago

Answered by Hami 1 year ago

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Can't find a way to close profiler

While exploring about pages in Firefox, I came across about:profiling. I'm not sure what exactly it does, but since I've been to it, a profiler icon has been added to the… (read more)

While exploring about pages in Firefox, I came across about:profiling. I'm not sure what exactly it does, but since I've been to it, a profiler icon has been added to the toolbar and I can't find any way to get rid of it completely (only ways are to hide it). If it could be added, there must also be a way to remove it? How can I close it?

Asked by tmitmi 1 year ago

Answered by tmitmi 1 year ago

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Passwords from previous versions

Hello. My Windows 10 suddenly crashed, so I reinstalled on a new hard drive, with the latest version of Firefox. My old Firefox, was completely up to date but still used … (read more)

Hello. My Windows 10 suddenly crashed, so I reinstalled on a new hard drive, with the latest version of Firefox. My old Firefox, was completely up to date but still used the Key3.db file for my saved logins, and it will not work with the newest version. I tried creating a new profile and pasting the logins.json and key3.db files, as suggested by an old Firefox KB article, but that doesn't work any more. Is there any way for me to get the saved logins out of the older JSON file with the Key3 file? I desperately need help with this, and would appreciate any that someone could give.

Regards, Brian Mercer.

Asked by Brian Mercer 1 year ago

Answered by Brian Mercer 1 year ago

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importing passwords firefox 105.0.1

Hello, I was having problems with one of my passwords not updating correctly in firefox 105.0.1 I exported all of the passwords into a csv file and then followed the … (read more)

Hello,

 I was having problems with one of my passwords not updating correctly in firefox 105.0.1   I exported all of the passwords into a csv file and then followed the steps outlined here in the forum to turn on import passwords from a file.  Then while trying to fix the password problem I removed all passwords/ids.  I clicked on the import from a file, selected the file I exported to but nothing happens.. No passwords, no id's. I thought maybe I wouldn't see it in the about:logins screen, so  I tested out three different sites from the export file and no luck on anything.  I was expecting a box to pop up telling me the import was successful or if I was sure I wanted to import all of these passwords but nothing, so even though I get the drop down to import I can't.  Has anyone experienced this problem before or any solutions.  

Thanks in advance

Asked by mlorkowski 1 year ago

Last reply by cor-el 1 year ago

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Aer LIngus website

The Aer LIngus website crashed earlier this month, but was reinstated shortly afterwards. But I am still unable to see it on Firefox, though have no problem on Opera. I… (read more)

The Aer LIngus website crashed earlier this month, but was reinstated shortly afterwards. But I am still unable to see it on Firefox, though have no problem on Opera. I get a message on Firefox: "To regain access, please make sure that cookies and JavaScript are enabled before reloading the page". But I didn't make make any changes to my Firefox settings so am at a loss. Help! Thanks.

Asked by epzcaw 1 year ago

Answered by jonzn4SUSE 1 year ago

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how to restore the previous session

Hello, I know when I closed the firefox browser , I can reopen firefox browser and click "settings"-- " history" --" Restore previous session" to retrieve all the webpage… (read more)

Hello, I know when I closed the firefox browser , I can reopen firefox browser and click "settings"-- " history" --" Restore previous session" to retrieve all the webpages I was viewing last time. but this time it seems I made a mistake . I closed the firefox browser in the beginning with many valuable webpage still opened, after I restart the firefox browser, I close the browser by accident without firstly reloading all the restore previous session . Then I have to open firefox brower again, and try to click "settings"-- " history" --" Restore previous session" to try to retrieve all the webpages I was viewing in the first time. but this time no previous session can be loaded. since those webpages I was viewing are important webpage I need to check, May someone tell me how to get those valuable webpage link again? I know I can try to find those webpage link slowly by checking all the history day by day. but honestly speaking, I have 15 around webpages in the firefox brower and some of them are viewed around 20 days or 30 days before . I haven't closed my firefox browser for almost 40 days so it will be very hard for me to search the history webpage to find out them one by one. I am not sure whether there are some tips to try to load the "restore previous session " again for the first firefox browser I closed.

Asked by wenjuan1980 1 year ago

Answered by cor-el 1 year ago