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Pocket integration with firefox

I recently noticed a new pocket button in nightly, and I was wondering what this is. From bugzilla, it seems there is a project to integrate pocket with firefox, but I ha… (read more)

I recently noticed a new pocket button in nightly, and I was wondering what this is. From bugzilla, it seems there is a project to integrate pocket with firefox, but I have a few questions about it:

  • why is this being done/why is it replacing the (now unavailable) firefox reading list?
  • Is mozilla being compensated by pocket or anyone else for this?
  • Who stores the data: mozilla, pocket, or someone else?
  • is there an option to disable this?

Thanks!

Asked by user293 5 years ago

Last reply by cor-el 4 years ago

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Browser window shows black squares and lines, toolbar diappears when resizing

Since updating to Firefox 40.0 (in OS X 10.9.5) browser windows and the toolbar show strange black lines and squares when the window is resized. Websites are messed up wi… (read more)

Since updating to Firefox 40.0 (in OS X 10.9.5) browser windows and the toolbar show strange black lines and squares when the window is resized. Websites are messed up with black backgrounds or disappear beneath a black layer. The toolbar often disappears too, except for the three Mac resize buttons. It renders Firefox completely unusable.

It’s similar to what is described here: https://support.mozilla.org/nl/questions/1071126 and the bug described here: https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1032769

None of the offered solutions or workarounds seems to help. Disabling all add-ons and extensions doesn’t help either. I only use the Default theme.

Solution To my own surprise the issue disappeared completely when I installed and started to use another theme (Simple White)…

So it seems that Firefox’s Default theme has a serious bug?

Asked by Basicsman 4 years ago

Answered by guigs 4 years ago

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How to add a link to a webpage directly on my firefox welcome page

Safari has a feature that on their welcome page are small boxes that are links to websites you often go to which is so helpful. Can I do this with Firefox? I dont want … (read more)

Safari has a feature that on their welcome page are small boxes that are links to websites you often go to which is so helpful. Can I do this with Firefox? I dont want to type in my goto sites every time, especially if I go to them every day. Thank you!!

Asked by Shaneh 4 years ago

Answered by the-edmeister 4 years ago