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Firefox opening all web pages with Weird characters

Couple of days ago I opened the Firefox but I saw it keeps opening all web pages with weird characters, I uninstalled it completely, refresh it on safe mode with no add-o… (read more)

Couple of days ago I opened the Firefox but I saw it keeps opening all web pages with weird characters, I uninstalled it completely, refresh it on safe mode with no add-ons, I see there is no problem with any other browsers suck as chrome or waterfox and others, this problem is only on Firefox...I removed all cookies and everything but still problem going, I use laptop windows 10 with last updates on it...I tried everything available on web sites but no work...I didn't do any changes in about:config...please help me out with this issue, thanks

Asked by dave1music 1 year ago

Answered by dave1music 1 year ago

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Font rendering on a specific website

Hello, I have a trouble with font rendering on one specific website - https://www.checkpoint.com. Text on this site looks quite ugly (see font01.png). But if I open "Web … (read more)

Hello,

I have a trouble with font rendering on one specific website - https://www.checkpoint.com.

Text on this site looks quite ugly (see font01.png).

But if I open "Web Developer" -> "Inspector" -> "Fonts" -> "All fonts on page", then I can see the text renderred correctly in the preview field (see font02.png).

So text uses "DIN WXX Regular" font, but I do not understand, why Firefox cannot render it on the web page in the same manner as in the Developer tools?

Any clue how to fix it?

Browser: Firefox 68.2.0esr (64-bit) OS: Debian Bullseye

Thanks Zbynek

Asked by Zbynek Michl 2 years ago

Answered by Zbynek Michl 1 year ago

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After upgrade to 73.0 some fonts are not rendering or cascading to next font-family definition like other browsers.

On my cPanel login page, the body font-family definition is being overridden by an inline style body { font-family: "Gotham SSm A", "Gotham SSm B", "Gotham", Arial; }. … (read more)

On my cPanel login page, the body font-family definition is being overridden by an inline style

body { font-family: "Gotham SSm A", "Gotham SSm B", "Gotham", Arial; }.

"Gotham SSm A", "Gotham SSm B", and "Gotham" are not defined elsewhere inline or any linked style sheet. Every other browser on my Macbook (OSX Catalina) displays the page with the body font as Arial, skipping over the Gotham variants. Firefox seems to be trying to find them or is displaying boxed ? marks in place of missing glyphs. It is a nuisance really, I can just not use Firefox or defeat the inline override for login page because it does not occur on cPanel once logged in. But the glitch is there and I would like to know where it is coming from if possible. Gotham font is present and active on my Macbook as well, but not Gotham SSm A and B (ScreenSmart)...

Asked by Keith Bloom 1 year ago

Answered by FredMcD 1 year ago

Font rendering broken for some fonts - 78.12.0esr/MacOS 110.11

Noticed a weird problem - some sites don't render their fonts, just empty space in place of text. Tried to debug it: 1. Safe mode and disabling hardware acceleration does… (read more)

Noticed a weird problem - some sites don't render their fonts, just empty space in place of text.

Tried to debug it: 1. Safe mode and disabling hardware acceleration doesn't fix it 2. Sandbox values don't change anything 3. Tried other Mac with the same Firefox version and macOS version - same issue 4. Experimented with CSS in dev tools - issue is related to the specific font (InterVariable in this case, also saw it with OpenSans before).

As you can see on screenshots - we have InterVariable font for this specific block. If I change CSS and remove this font, replacing it with some other one like Roboto - font starts rendering fine. Interestingly enough - font preview in the dev tools works completely fine - font renders, it just is not rendering in the page itself.

As it is a Variable font and me having older MacOS 10.11 - I was suspecting that it is a bug with Variable font support, but why does it render in dev tools and why doesn't it fall back to the other supported font, if this one is not rendered?

Disallowing pages 'to use their fonts' obviously fixes it - as it activates fallback to fixed fonts, but it is not a proper fix, as it obviously messes up designs for sites and their custom fonts.

This side renders completely fine in Chrome, so it must be a Firefox issue. Upgrading macOS is not an option, so I would be fine with a fixed ESR version that works correctly.

Attaching screenshots showing debug info.

Asked by nkth 5 months ago

Last reply by nkth 5 months ago

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Displays Strange Characters

It displays strange characters on pages including Yahoo mail. The attached screen shot shows a bank email, but it happens with other non-secure stuff too like general web… (read more)

It displays strange characters on pages including Yahoo mail. The attached screen shot shows a bank email, but it happens with other non-secure stuff too like general web pages. This has been happening with version 81.0 and the previous version. If I open the same page in Chrome, it will display the characters normally. I did see the strange characters appear in Chrome one time, but it happens in FF quite frequently.

Asked by Geeky1 1 year ago

Last reply by cor-el 1 year ago

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Most web pages are now displaying squares with question marks! Installed Mac OS Catalina several days ago, but this just started yesterday. HELP!

Most web pages are now displaying squares with question marks! Installed Mac OS Catalina several days ago, but this just started yesterday. HELP! Attaching a screen shot … (read more)

Most web pages are now displaying squares with question marks! Installed Mac OS Catalina several days ago, but this just started yesterday. HELP! Attaching a screen shot

Asked by marci2 1 year ago

Last reply by cor-el 1 year ago

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Files containing Japanese characters are garbled in Firefox 68.6.0esr

After upgrading to Firefox 68.6.0esr, when we open a Japanese file with [File]->[Open], it becomes garbled and unreadable. Before upgrading, we could read the Japanes… (read more)

After upgrading to Firefox 68.6.0esr, when we open a Japanese file with [File]->[Open], it becomes garbled and unreadable. Before upgrading, we could read the Japanese file. This file is a plain text file and the character code is ISO-2022-JP. The character code is not specified in the file. I tried to change the character code with Text Encoding menu of Firefox, but the menu is grayed out and we cannot select it. It seems that files with character codes UTF and EUC can be displayed without problems. Is there a way to correctly display a Japanese file in which no character code is specified?

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Regards,

Asked by HAYASHI Tomoko 1 year ago

Last reply by HAYASHI Tomoko 1 year ago

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Numbers displaying sideways

So recently, when I open web pages, any numbers will display sideways. I reinstalled firefox, but this did not resolve. They appear correctly in other browsers (i.e., c… (read more)

So recently, when I open web pages, any numbers will display sideways. I reinstalled firefox, but this did not resolve. They appear correctly in other browsers (i.e., chrome). Does anyone know what I can do to resolve this? Thanks!

Asked by rdaufan 6 months ago

Answered by rdaufan 6 months ago

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Fonts are weird.

Some of the letters are weird. the lowercase c looks like a lowercase o and the lowercase. The lowercase j looks like a capital J and the lowercase i looks like a capital… (read more)

Some of the letters are weird. the lowercase c looks like a lowercase o and the lowercase. The lowercase j looks like a capital J and the lowercase i looks like a capital I c = o i = I j = J

Asked by AmTurtle 1 year ago

Last reply by crankygoat 1 year ago

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Firefox is unable to display Ä Ö Ü

Hello there. I have a 'funny' problem since last night. Fierfox in default mode is unable to display Ä Ö Ü on certain websites. It's a fresh installation without any Add… (read more)

Hello there. I have a 'funny' problem since last night. Fierfox in default mode is unable to display Ä Ö Ü on certain websites. It's a fresh installation without any Add-Ons. When entering troubleshooting mode it can display it. So the thing is: something is altering the displaymode of websites betwine modes.

where do I find the variables that do this in the config - or worse in the registry?

Asked by Yijare 7 months ago

Last reply by Yijare 5 months ago

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Issue with this symbol "⠀"

Hello, dear Mozilla Team, I have an issue with this symbol "⠀". It was invisible and usable before an update, but now I can see it and it is very sad and inconvinient. Ho… (read more)

Hello, dear Mozilla Team,

I have an issue with this symbol "⠀". It was invisible and usable before an update, but now I can see it and it is very sad and inconvinient. How can I fix this problem?

In the attached pictures you can see examples (1 - safari view (how it should be), 2 - firefox view)

Asked by Masha 7 months ago

Last reply by Masha 7 months ago

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WWebpage tab shows only symbols

When I visit https://online.kasikornbankgroup.com/K-Online/indexHome.jsp, and click the K-Cyber Banking tab, all I see is what is shown in attachment 1 - symbols and the … (read more)

When I visit https://online.kasikornbankgroup.com/K-Online/indexHome.jsp, and click the K-Cyber Banking tab, all I see is what is shown in attachment 1 - symbols and the View | Text encoding is greyed out. I am unable to see my accounts. This issue started with Firefox 83.0 and people on some other forums have reported the same issue.

The tab should look more like attachment 2.

Does anyone know what is causing this, whether it is a browser problem or bank problem, and if there is a fix for it?

Asked by howiem 1 year ago

Answered by howiem 1 year ago

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Hexadecimal characters in Firefox, NOT in Chrome

When I open Wunderground in FF I get hexadecimal character maps for many buttons. https://www.dropbox.com/s/ci3v1ag7ppynkbw/Screen%20Shot%202020-11-22%20at%209.35.59%20P… (read more)

When I open Wunderground in FF I get hexadecimal character maps for many buttons. https://www.dropbox.com/s/ci3v1ag7ppynkbw/Screen%20Shot%202020-11-22%20at%209.35.59%20PM.jpg?dl=0

In Chrome, they're fine: https://www.dropbox.com/s/zj855hxep7mx7rs/Screen%20Shot%202020-11-22%20at%209.30.49%20PM.jpg?dl=0

HUH?? With the Wunderground page open, the "text encoding" under the View menu is grayed out so I can't change the encoding. Suggestions?? THANKS!!!

Asked by RobertL39 1 year ago

Answered by cor-el 1 year ago

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Firefox Japanese Fonts Messed Up

I am using Firefox on Debian 10 (78.6.1esr) and my Japanese fonts got messed up after I installed a new font on the system. I installed the font into my Debian user fold… (read more)

I am using Firefox on Debian 10 (78.6.1esr) and my Japanese fonts got messed up after I installed a new font on the system. I installed the font into my Debian user folder, and it applied to everything as the default font. The fix was pretty easy, I simply removed it and everything want back to normal, except Firefox. Firefox for some reason is the only thing insistent on continuing to use the font, despite my font settings in Firefox set to use a more standard font. It wouldn't be so bad but the font in question doesn't have all the characters so the display is rather hideous in some cases. I tried to reset Firefox by renaming ~/.mozilla/firefox to ~/.mozilla/firefox.old, but the font remains. I've ran with it for about a month but I cannot take it anymore and have spent a days worth of hours trying to fix it.

I've attached on image showing the display, and another showing my font settings. about:config does not show the offending font.

Thanks!

Asked by vgwidt 11 months ago

Last reply by vgwidt 11 months ago

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FONT DISPLAY ISSUE PERSISTS

Since the last (?) update, sometime in the spring months this year, Firefox has not been able to display website fonts correctly. Often times part of the fonts turn to qu… (read more)

Since the last (?) update, sometime in the spring months this year, Firefox has not been able to display website fonts correctly. Often times part of the fonts turn to question marks, and the problem just turned even worse: even sites that I use regulary turned to complete mess – ALL TEXT. What the hell is wrong?

And NO, preference settings have no effect whatsoever.

Asked by JR 1 year ago

Last reply by FredMcD 8 months ago

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strange fonts in webpages

I am having these strange symbols instead of the correct fonts in some webpages as well as inside some e-mail text in gmail (when viewing from browser firefox, of course)… (read more)

I am having these strange symbols instead of the correct fonts in some webpages as well as inside some e-mail text in gmail (when viewing from browser firefox, of course). Please see attached. I deselect the setting "allow webpage to choose their own webfonts...", it solves the problem but it cause to switch to default fonts in web design tools I use (wordpress, elementor). Any suggestion of how to solve this? Thanks

Asked by simone.tor 1 year ago

Last reply by cor-el 1 year ago

Strange look

Hi, To start with I love your browser been using and recommending it for many years. I am a service provider and have a customer that started getting this in her Firefox … (read more)

Hi, To start with I love your browser been using and recommending it for many years. I am a service provider and have a customer that started getting this in her Firefox browser. Started a few weeks ago. Hard to describe the attachment will show more. There is a image box link. No image shows in any of them but clicked on it does go to the url. The url address is right after it. They are partially imposed over part of the description of the web site. Now my Firefox browser on my machine does not look like this. Is this a setting I need to disable to return it to normal and remove this little image box at the beginning? Or is there a problem with the browser? Thank you for your time and help. SEBassman

Asked by SERocks 4 months ago

Last reply by FredMcD 4 months ago

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Some text is covered with black diamonds and question marks

On FoxNews.com, some articles include a section at the bottom for user comments. First-level comments frequently receive additional second- and third-level comments. Fir… (read more)

On FoxNews.com, some articles include a section at the bottom for user comments. First-level comments frequently receive additional second- and third-level comments.

First-level comments are working fine, but lower-level comments are partially obliterated with a string of black diamonds with question marks �?U��N�@?�.

This is not an issue when I use Safari, but it is on Firefox.

Asked by Prentice3 1 year ago

Last reply by Prentice3 1 year ago