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Tab/tool bar for some websites is now empty

espn.com has bar at the top for showing the latest scores, and a tab bar below it for choosing specifics sports and some other things. Likewise, free.com has a tab bar at… (read more)

espn.com has bar at the top for showing the latest scores, and a tab bar below it for choosing specifics sports and some other things. Likewise, free.com has a tab bar at the top for choosing newspaper sections. They are now all empty (although the space is still present) when using Firefox. They display properly with Safari. This happened in the past few days. I think it happened when I upgraded to 66.0.3, although at that time I also played around with some settings try to fix a problem related to the upgrade (Firefox crashed during the upgrade and I lost my tabs as a result).

Asked by seejp 1 year ago

Last reply by cor-el 1 year ago

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Can I download Firefox 36.0.4 on a Mac 10.13 OSX?

I want to download a legacy version of Firefox version 36.0.4. I am running Mac OSX 10.13, but every time I install it and open it, it says the file is damaged please rem… (read more)

I want to download a legacy version of Firefox version 36.0.4. I am running Mac OSX 10.13, but every time I install it and open it, it says the file is damaged please remove to trash. I download the file from your FTP.

Please assist me in this matter

Thanks

Asked by JohnB1 2 years ago

Last reply by FredMcD 2 years ago

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Firefox cache video

Hello everyone, We have implemented a bunch of Debian machines at work which essentially display information via Firefox. Pictures, information about random stuff, foreca… (read more)

Hello everyone,

We have implemented a bunch of Debian machines at work which essentially display information via Firefox. Pictures, information about random stuff, forecast, etc...

Some guy has developed a Web application which affords to upload pictures, videos and text message. All the videos uploaded end up in RAM. The problem is that these videos are loaded in memory each and every time they are displayed.

Have you guys ever noticed that behavior? Do you think the problem lies in applicative end (web development) or can I set it right from Firefox config?

Thank you all.

Asked by Charlypop 2 years ago

Last reply by Shadow110 2 years ago