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What does *raced* from the dev tools - Network - Transferred mean?

Hello, What does (raced) mean in transferred elements? Seems to me the browser is getting the item from the server even though I've set a cache for jpeg and png files. Ot… (read more)

Hello,

What does (raced) mean in transferred elements? Seems to me the browser is getting the item from the server even though I've set a cache for jpeg and png files. Other similar items are locally cached as it should.

Thank you,

Asked by srj.elmi 10 months ago

Answered by TyDraniu 10 months ago

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Bug 910022 still not fixed?

Hello community, <select> styles not working anymore in firefox, the browser shows only the default 'style'. In Chrome the personal styles are visible. The issue… (read more)

Hello community, <select> styles not working anymore in firefox, the browser shows only the default 'style'. In Chrome the personal styles are visible. The issue was labled 'Bug 910022' in 2016, since then no changes. Best regards

Asked by wallace62 1 year ago

Answered by wallace62 1 year ago

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Instead of redirecting to our main site like all the other major browsers do, we get: "Warning: Potential Security Risk Ahead" in Firefox

When you go to https://www.northshore.com, instead of redirecting to our main site (https://www.northshorecare.com) Firefox displays an incorrect warning that the site yo… (read more)

When you go to https://www.northshore.com, instead of redirecting to our main site (https://www.northshorecare.com) Firefox displays an incorrect warning that the site you were about to be redirected to is somehow a potential security risk. This happened to me in regular Firefox, Nightly and the Developer edition, so it's not just an anomoly. The live site is fully SSL-compliant and poses no such threat to the user. Is it because the redirecting domain is not secure? Can you create an exception so that people don't see this erroneous message? Or is there a way we can alter the redirect so that it doesn't trigger this warning?

The old adage "you never get a second chance to make a first impression" is in full effect in this situation and I'm sure you can see that we certainly don't want to give people any reason to not continue to our site, so hopefully you can offer a solution to this problem.

Thanks in advance!

Asked by paul-northshore 1 year ago

Answered by paul-northshore 1 year ago

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Our website doesn't display properly on Firefox

Our business website has recently been relaunched, it displays fine on other browsers but is beyond broken on Firefox. I've attached a screenshot of how it looks on Chrom… (read more)

Our business website has recently been relaunched, it displays fine on other browsers but is beyond broken on Firefox. I've attached a screenshot of how it looks on Chrome, to see how it looks on Firefox here is our url: https://www.exegetic.biz/.

As you can see it's VASTLY different and VERY frustrating. I've done a fair amount of reading as to what the issue could be but all the suggestions I have found are end user based... For example emptying the cache, clearing cookies, checking the zoom etc. This doesn't really help since I've looked at the site on various devices with FireFox and they all appear the same...

Has anyone else experienced this? Any help would e greatly appreciated!

Asked by EmmaExegetic 1 year ago

Answered by Wesley Branton 1 year ago

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TROUBLE WITH MAX-LENGTH

code: td {word-wrap:break-word; max-width:8ch;font-family:Courier New} red {color:red} <table> <tr><td> <td>&spades;<span contenteditable=… (read more)

code:

td	{word-wrap:break-word; max-width:8ch;font-family:Courier New}
red	{color:red}
<table>
<tr><td>	<td>&spades;<span contenteditable="true" id='NS' spellcheck="false"></span>
	<br><red>&hearts;<span contenteditable="true" id='NH' spellcheck="false"></span></red></td></tr></table>

works fine in try-it editor, but fails in my HTML. Will upload HTML if I can

Asked by Col_Boogie 1 year ago

Answered by jscher2000 1 year ago

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"select device" does not show in rdm

Firefox 64.0 on Windows 10. When RDM is invoked, the box where you can select a device is NOT SHOWING. I saw one post where it was suggested to open Browser Control, and … (read more)

Firefox 64.0 on Windows 10. When RDM is invoked, the box where you can select a device is NOT SHOWING.

I saw one post where it was suggested to open Browser Control, and there are errors shown. I just do not know what they mean or how to proceed.

Can anyone help? TIA! André

The message shown is:

[2018-12-11T18:26:21.995Z] Sending {"url":"http://native_channel","referer":"http://native_channel","rqtype":5} to: http://localhost:44117/gb4hho3chcad4bp5um2eouhyhrmdr496/httpsscan background.js:34:9 [2018-12-11T18:26:22.036Z] Request status: 2 background.js:34:9 [2018-12-11T18:26:22.040Z] Request status: 3 background.js:34:9 [2018-12-11T18:26:22.042Z] Response: { "native_channel": { "safesearch_enabled": false } } background.js:34:9 [2018-12-11T18:26:22.043Z] native_channel response: {"native_channel":{"safesearch_enabled":false}} background.js:37:9 Use of nsIFile in content process is deprecated. NetUtil.jsm:266:12 [2018-12-11T18:26:23.954Z] Details: {"requestId":"1809","url":"https://www.mozilla.org/media/css/BUNDLES/protocol-core.cc4e6306808b.css","originUrl":"https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/","documentUrl":"https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/","method":"GET","type":"stylesheet","timeStamp":1544552783952,"frameId":0,"parentFrameId":-1,"proxyInfo":null,"ip":null,"frameAncestors":[],"tabId":1} background.js:34:9 [2018-12-11T18:26:23.957Z] requestId: 1809 background.js:34:9 uncaught exception: 2147500033 browser.xml:1048:13 [Exception... "Method not implemented'Method not implemented' when calling method: [nsIWebNavigation::sessionHistory]" nsresult: "0x80004001 (NS_ERROR_NOT_IMPLEMENTED)" location: "JS frame :: chrome://global/content/bindings/browser.xml :: construct :: line 1048" data: no] construct chrome://global/content/bindings/browser.xml:1048:13 start resource://devtools/client/responsive.html/browser/tunnel.js:179:7 InterpretGeneratorResume self-hosted:1255:8 next self-hosted:1210:9 start resource://devtools/client/responsive.html/browser/swap.js:217:13 InterpretGeneratorResume self-hosted:1255:8 next self-hosted:1210:9 [2018-12-11T18:26:32.996Z] Details: {"requestId":"1810","url":"https://www.mozilla.org/favicon.ico","originUrl":"https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/","documentUrl":"https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/","method":"GET","type":"image","timeStamp":1544552792969,"frameId":0,"parentFrameId":-1,"proxyInfo":null,"ip":null,"frameAncestors":[],"tabId":1} background.js:34:9 [2018-12-11T18:26:33.008Z] requestId: 1810 background.js:34:9 [2018-12-11T18:26:33.099Z] Details: {"requestId":"1811","url":"https://www.mozilla.org/media/img/favicon/favicon-196x196.c80e6abe0767.png","originUrl":"https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/","documentUrl":"https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/","method":"GET","type":"image","timeStamp":1544552793080,"frameId":0,"parentFrameId":-1,"proxyInfo":null,"ip":null,"frameAncestors":[],"tabId":1} background.js:34:9 [2018-12-11T18:26:33.099Z] Details: {"requestId":"1812","url":"https://www.mozilla.org/media/img/favicon.d4f1f46b91f4.ico","originUrl":"https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/","documentUrl":"https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/","method":"GET","type":"image","timeStamp":1544552793082,"frameId":0,"parentFrameId":-1,"proxyInfo":null,"ip":null,"frameAncestors":[],"tabId":1} background.js:34:9 this.nativeTab.linkedBrowser is null ext-browser.js:765 [2018-12-11T18:26:33.391Z] requestId: 1811 background.js:34:9 [2018-12-11T18:26:33.392Z] requestId: 1812 background.js:34:9 this.nativeTab.linkedBrowser is null ext-browser.js:765 [2018-12-11T18:26:51.997Z] Sending {"url":"http://native_channel","referer":"http://native_channel","rqtype":5} to: http://localhost:44117/gb4hho3chcad4bp5um2eouhyhrmdr496/httpsscan background.js:34:9 [2018-12-11T18:26:52.039Z] Request status: 2 background.js:34:9 [2018-12-11T18:26:52.042Z] Request status: 3 background.js:34:9 [2018-12-11T18:26:52.042Z] Response: { "native_channel": { "safesearch_enabled": false } } background.js:34:9 [2018-12-11T18:26:52.042Z] native_channel response: {"native_channel":{"safesearch_enabled":false}} background.js:37:9 [2018-12-11T18:27:22.000Z] Sending {"url":"http://native_channel","referer":"http://native_channel","rqtype":5} to: http://localhost:44117/gb4hho3chcad4bp5um2eouhyhrmdr496/httpsscan background.js:34:9 [2018-12-11T18:27:22.013Z] Request status: 2 background.js:34:9 [2018-12-11T18:27:22.015Z] Request status: 3 background.js:34:9 [2018-12-11T18:27:22.015Z] Response: { "native_channel": { "safesearch_enabled": false } } background.js:34:9 [2018-12-11T18:27:22.015Z] native_channel response: {"native_channel":{"safesearch_enabled":false}} background.js:37:9 [2018-12-11T18:27:52.002Z] Sending {"url":"http://native_channel","referer":"http://native_channel","rqtype":5} to: http://localhost:44117/gb4hho3chcad4bp5um2eouhyhrmdr496/httpsscan background.js:34:9 [2018-12-11T18:27:52.023Z] Request status: 2 background.js:34:9 [2018-12-11T18:27:52.024Z] Request status: 3 background.js:34:9 [2018-12-11T18:27:52.025Z] Response: { "native_channel": { "safesearch_enabled": false } } background.js:34:9 [2018-12-11T18:27:52.025Z] native_channel response: {"native_channel":{"safesearch_enabled":false}} background.js:37:9

Asked by Andre4 1 year ago

Answered by cor-el 1 year ago

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Does clicking a .js file in Network disk cache execute the script?

Does clicking a .js file in Network disk cache (about:cache) execute the script? I clicked a .js file that opened an information screen with the word key followed by th… (read more)

Does clicking a .js file in Network disk cache (about:cache) execute the script? I clicked a .js file that opened an information screen with the word key followed by the URL for the .js. I clicked the .js URL and a Firefox screen with text opened.

Asked by AF_123 1 year ago

Answered by user1929 1 year ago

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Can I blackbox more Angular code in the debugger?

I am debugging an Angular 5 app in Firefox DE, but the page load is very slow when debugging. I have blackboxed a number of scripts, e.g. common.chunk.js, polyfils.bundl… (read more)

I am debugging an Angular 5 app in Firefox DE, but the page load is very slow when debugging.

I have blackboxed a number of scripts, e.g. common.chunk.js, polyfils.bundle.js and more besides, but still slow.

I notice that the sources panel, after the delay, updates to include "Angular", so I am assuming that the delay is likely there. I have expendanded that folder and it naturally contains a great many files.

Is there a way of blackboxing these too, without individually selecting them? Or are there other tips for speeding up/skipping files when debugging an Angular application?

Thanks, Victor

Asked by OldBasilBear 1 year ago

Answered by Roland Tanglao 1 year ago

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How can I change the debugger step-into shortcut to F11?

The Firefox online documentation suggests that the debugger "step into" shortcut is F11 https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Tools/Keyboard_shortcuts#Debugger Howeve… (read more)

The Firefox online documentation suggests that the debugger "step into" shortcut is F11 https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Tools/Keyboard_shortcuts#Debugger

However, in Firefox Developer 64.0b7 on Linux, this is not true: the shortcut is Ctrl-F11

I would like the shortcut to be as listed in the documentation, F11.

How do I achieve this please?

Thanks

Asked by OldBasilBear 1 year ago

Answered by Roland Tanglao 1 year ago

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Firefox debugger hangs when I close the righthand-side panels, e.g. Watch Expressions

Whilst debugging an Angular 5 app, I have noticed that when I attempt to step on from a breakpoint with the righthand-side panels collapsed, the debugger refuses to conti… (read more)

Whilst debugging an Angular 5 app, I have noticed that when I attempt to step on from a breakpoint with the righthand-side panels collapsed, the debugger refuses to continue processing the code.

Opening the rhs panels and attempting to step on (continue) works as expected.

This appears to be a bug in the debugger.

Asked by OldBasilBear 1 year ago

Answered by OldBasilBear 1 year ago

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my website's custom scrollbar doesn't work

In my web app I had a customized scrollbar. In the most recent update of fire fox it duplicates my scrollbar so I have my own customized scrollbar and next to that there… (read more)

In my web app I had a customized scrollbar. In the most recent update of fire fox it duplicates my scrollbar so I have my own customized scrollbar and next to that there is fire fox's default one. They are entirely synced and scroll together. And I do not wish to hide m own scrollbars for certain reasons. Can anyone help?

Asked by kimalavi97 1 year ago

Last reply by Roland Tanglao 1 year ago

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dev tool icons missing

Please see the attached image. The icon on the dev tools is missing, especially on the "debugger" tab. Application Basics Name: Firefox Version: 65.0a1 Build ID: 201811… (read more)

Please see the attached image.

The icon on the dev tools is missing, especially on the "debugger" tab.

Application Basics


Name: Firefox Version: 65.0a1 Build ID: 20181102100039 Update Channel: nightly User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; Linux x86_64; rv:65.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/65.0 OS: Linux 4.18.16-300.fc29.x86_64 Multiprocess Windows: 1/1 (Enabled by default) Web Content Processes: 10/8 Enterprise Policies: Inactive Google Key: Found Mozilla Location Service Key: Found Safe Mode: false

Asked by zer09 1 year ago

Answered by cor-el 1 year ago

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mozilla browser not supporting kep up event properly

please check attachment used code here, onkeypress = "return taLimit(250)", onkeyup = "return taCount(spcl,250)" <script language="javascript"> function taLimit… (read more)

please check attachment

used code here, onkeypress = "return taLimit(250)", onkeyup = "return taCount(spcl,250)"


<script language="javascript">

   function taLimit(maxLength) {
       var taObj = event.srcElement;
       if (taObj.value.length === maxLength * 1) return false;
   }
   function taCount(visCnt, maxLength) {
       var taObj = event.srcElement;
       if (taObj.value.length > maxLength * 1) taObj.value = taObj.value.substring(0, maxLength * 1);
       if (visCnt) visCnt.innerText = maxLength - taObj.value.length;
   }

</script>

Asked by taj 1 year ago

Answered by jscher2000 1 year ago

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I need to know when Firefox last updated itself

I need to know when Firefox last updated itself. The about page has: Version 63.0, first offered to Release channel users on October 23, 2018. I am testing using geckodri… (read more)

I need to know when Firefox last updated itself. The about page has: Version 63.0, first offered to Release channel users on October 23, 2018. I am testing using geckodriver.exe & everything has suddenly stopped working. Last worked 29/10/2018 at 17:00.

Asked by stevio 1 year ago

Answered by cor-el 1 year ago

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Open a IE window from parent page launched using Firefox

We have an application that was integrated with several other legacy applications in the organization. We started upgrading our application to HTML 5 standards to make it… (read more)

We have an application that was integrated with several other legacy applications in the organization. We started upgrading our application to HTML 5 standards to make it work with all modern browsers such as Firefox, Chrome and Edge. Now the problem is that, our application has redirect links to 3 to 5 legacy applications that were coded for IE 7 and no where in the migration path. When the users click on these links while working on our application, Firefox opens a blank page, making them as blockers for our application uplift. 1) is there a way to force a link to open in IE while the parent page is launched using Firefox ? I have seen this link : https://stackoverflow.com/questions/43615678/force-a-link-in-i-e-to-open-in-firefox , but this is for the opposite requirement...open Firefox from IE. 2) how do you run applications requiring .cab files on Firefox ? if there is an answer for this, we don't need to worry about #1.

Thanks.

Asked by Ravix5 1 year ago

Answered by Roland Tanglao 1 year ago

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javascript using class selectors opens new tab

I have a page using javascript to filter div's depending on a selection criteria. On Safari and Chrome, the filtering works just fine. Bit onFirefox (the latest version) … (read more)

I have a page using javascript to filter div's depending on a selection criteria. On Safari and Chrome, the filtering works just fine. Bit onFirefox (the latest version) instead of seeing the filtered list I see a new tab, titled About:

The attached images show the sequence, screen1 and then screen2 then screen3. I should see screen1 with a subset of the divs in the scrolling section.

The javascript is:

  function TLSshowhide(tlsclassname) {
/* first, hide all responsive div's */
var y = window.frames['theinterviewsdataframe'];
var z = y.document.getElementById('theinterviewsdata');
var x = z.getElementsByClassName('responsive');
            var i;
            for (i = 0; i < x.length; i++) {
                    x[i].style.display = 'none';
             }
/* then, show the responsive div's with the selected classname */
           x = z.getElementsByClassName(tlsclassname);          
           for (i = 0; i < x.length; i++) {
                    x[i].style.display = 'initial';
            }
}
/* When the user clicks on the artist button,  show all responsive div's */
function showArtist() {
/* when showing the artists, show all responsive div's */
var y = window.frames['theinterviewsdataframe'];
var z = y.document.getElementById('theinterviewsdata');
var x = z.getElementsByClassName('responsive');
            var i;
            for (i = 0; i < x.length; i++) {
                    x[i].style.display = 'initial';
             }
}
You can see this in action for yourself by going to http://cultconv.com/CultConv20181030/theinterviews.html and clicking the By Artist button

The list of DIV's being displayed is found in http://cultconv.com/CultConv20181030/theinterviewsdata.html

All help appreciated.

bobj

Asked by bobjtls 1 year ago

Answered by jscher2000 1 year ago

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I am a software QA tester and wanting to learn about testing web apps. How can I volunteer, to learn more?

I did not know where else to go, the "Volunteer" button brought this direction. What things do I need to know for testing? I have manually tested web-based apps in Qualit… (read more)

I did not know where else to go, the "Volunteer" button brought this direction. What things do I need to know for testing? I have manually tested web-based apps in Quality Assurance for two years, but no real coding skill-set as of yet. I figured I would learn more by volunteering, but there are so many options. I would appreciate the basics cover across the board for starters. Thank you

Asked by Jon6858 1 year ago

Answered by Roland Tanglao 1 year ago

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What syntax does the search feature in Developer tools use?

The search boxes in the inspector window window returns no results whenever I try to search for specific key-value pairs like: role="main". I can only get results for ma… (read more)

The search boxes in the inspector window window returns no results whenever I try to search for specific key-value pairs like: role="main".

I can only get results for main or role. Is there a search string parameter/syntax reference anywhere? I've searched high and low, but articles/references found in the documentation is VERY basic.

Thanks

Asked by PatientZRow 1 year ago

Answered by user1929 1 year ago