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Checkbox and radiobutton is rendered in grid-like pattern. How to fix it?

Hi, I have a problem with checkboxes and radiobuttons in firefox. It renders a checkbox in grid-like pattern when the checkbox is styled with width and height attributes… (read more)

Hi, I have a problem with checkboxes and radiobuttons in firefox.

It renders a checkbox in grid-like pattern when the checkbox is styled with width and height attributes. It can be best seen in the provided image together with inspect-element for that checkbox. The relevant site is https://www.w3schools.com/w3css/w3css_input.asp. But it can be done for any checkbox.

I'm using Ubuntu 14.04 and I've updated to Firefox v65 but the problem persists. In Chrome it gets rendered correctly.

Please advise on how to fix this behavior.

Asked by massa.kassa 2 years ago

Last reply by massa.kassa 2 years 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 2 years ago

Answered by OldBasilBear 2 years ago

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"CORS request not http" error when loading file:/// URI after setting privacy:file_unique_origin to false

I've created an HTML page while trying out a JavaScript library and am loading both the page and its data source (a JSON file) from local files for now, using file:/// UR… (read more)

I've created an HTML page while trying out a JavaScript library and am loading both the page and its data source (a JSON file) from local files for now, using file:/// URIs. A week or two ago, when I first tried this, I encountered a "CORS request not http" error, as described here, when trying to load the JSON file. In my about:config, I set the privacy.file_unique_origin preference to false, after which I was able to load the JSON file successfully.

A couple of days ago, though, I started to see the "CORS request not http" error again, and I have seen it every time I have loaded the page since then, despite confirming that privacy.file_unique_origin was still set to false. I've tried several things to try to get that preference to take effect again: resetting privacy.file_unique_origin to true, setting it back to false, and restarting Firefox; reinstalling Firefox; and refreshing Firefox.

Screenshots of the error message and the privacy.file_unique_origin preference are attached. I'd appreciate any suggestions of what I should try to get the JSON file:/// resource to load successfully again. Thank you.

Asked by Sam Duncan 1 year ago

Last reply by Roland Tanglao 1 year ago

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animate.css doesn't work in my firefox

I don't understand why animate.css doesn't work in my firefox. Where can be problem? In firefox on another pc animate.css is working. animate.css - https://daneden.github… (read more)

I don't understand why animate.css doesn't work in my firefox. Where can be problem? In firefox on another pc animate.css is working. animate.css - https://daneden.github.io/animate.css/

Asked by tomcatsk 2 years ago

Last reply by cor-el 2 years ago

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Can't load local web pages. Used to work. Chrome can and will

web pages used to run. Still run in Chrome. Only problem is with the local webpages. Now message at bottom reads: Waiting for 192.168.0.159 … (read more)

web pages used to run. Still run in Chrome. Only problem is with the local webpages. Now message at bottom reads:

Waiting for 192.168.0.159 // That's the web server address which I'm currently trying to test on.

Have already tried in about:config test.currentTimeOffsetSeconds;11491200

Asked by cpio 3 years ago

Answered by cpio 3 years ago

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Why did Firefox respond with REFUSED_STREAM for an HTTP2 server push?

I have a site that pushes a few resources back with the initial page load via HTTP2 server push. This site worked well in Firefox 72, and still works well with Chrome 80.… (read more)

I have a site that pushes a few resources back with the initial page load via HTTP2 server push. This site worked well in Firefox 72, and still works well with Chrome 80. It does not work in Firefox 74. Charles proxy reports that Firefox is resetting the push stream via REFUSED_STREAM (0x7).

Before I take the time to setup a publicly accessible repro: 1. Has anyone else seen this? 2. Are there other debugging tools folks recommend? I'd like to rule out some of the many legitimate reasons (https://jakearchibald.com/2017/h2-push-tougher-than-i-thought/) the stream could have been refused before reporting this as a bug.

Asked by adam43 1 year ago

Last reply by cor-el 1 year ago

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CSS sourcemap: Page doesn't update after changes to scss file. Although I can confirm there's compilation of scss file into css

Hi, I'm using webpack 4.6 and Babel 7+ to compiled JS, CSS, and their sourcemaps. I can edit individual SCSS files directly in the style editor, and have verified that w… (read more)

Hi, I'm using webpack 4.6 and Babel 7+ to compiled JS, CSS, and their sourcemaps. I can edit individual SCSS files directly in the style editor, and have verified that webpack watch triggers a compilation, so a new css file replaces the original.

I was expecting Firefox to render style changes without me having to manually reload the page (as I have been able to do in the past with tools such as grunt). But that's not the case. Styles are not automatically updated and I have to reload the page by hand. Not a big deal when it is only once change I have to do, but on my work, I have to do this dozens and dozens of times when I'm developing, so it gets a little tiring.

Any suggestions on how to trigger the 'live' updating of styles ?

Thank you!

Asked by contact193 1 year ago

Answered by Roland Tanglao 1 year ago

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localhost: SSL_ERROR_RX_RECORD_TOO_LONG

Visual Studio 2017 and using FF Developer for debugging. As off some time this weekend I get this error message. Worked fine last week. My local webconfig has the redi… (read more)

Visual Studio 2017 and using FF Developer for debugging. As off some time this weekend I get this error message.

Worked fine last week.

My local webconfig has the redirect to HTTPS rule disabled. So I am going to localhost, at least not with FF Developer or regular FF has the same error.

Works fine on Chrome and Opera.

Asked by wavemaster 3 years ago

Last reply by cor-el 3 years ago

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What do cookie permission values mean in permissions.sqlite?

I want to export my cookie permissions either through a WebExtension or a script outside of Firefox. I'm looking at the `moz_perms` table in my permissions.sqlite, and I … (read more)

I want to export my cookie permissions either through a WebExtension or a script outside of Firefox.

I'm looking at the `moz_perms` table in my permissions.sqlite, and I see three values for `permission` for entries of `type` "cookie":

  • 1: Keep cookies permanently
  • 2: Block all cookies
  • 8: Keep cookies for session

As I review the Firefox codebase, I see the following in nsIPermissionManager.idl:

 const uint32_t EXPIRE_NEVER = 0;
 const uint32_t EXPIRE_SESSION = 1;
 const uint32_t EXPIRE_TIME = 2;
 const uint32_t EXPIRE_POLICY = 3;

Obviously, that doesn't match up at all, so I'm probably looking at the wrong thing. I've been a user of Self-destructing cookies if that makes any difference.

Where can I find code or documentation on meaning of the `permission` field for entries of `type` "cookie" in the `moz_perms` table of permissions.sqlite? Is there a better or existing means of exporting cookie settings like this?

Asked by Sondra Kinsey 2 years ago

Last reply by cor-el 2 years ago

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How can I use the network monitor with a HTTP/2 connection?

I found multiple pages recently that cause problems with the network monitor in firefox developer tools. I attached an image as an example. The three requests are selecte… (read more)

I found multiple pages recently that cause problems with the network monitor in firefox developer tools. I attached an image as an example. The three requests are selected always as a "block". They seem to be somehow related but I do not find any documentation what their relation is. My educated guess (also see https://superuser.com/questions/1537396/what-is-the-reason-firefox-combines-multiple-requests-in-the-network-monitor) that it is HTTP/2 related. However I still do not get how to handle debugging in such circumstances. I'd like to see the individual requests and answers for debugging purposes. I do not find a way to reach that goal. Is it a technical restriction?

Asked by ChristianLupus 1 year ago

Last reply by TyDraniu 1 year ago

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H264 video codec by cisco

Hi I am using the latest firefox version on windows 10. After the installation, I am not able to see h264 cisco codec getting enabled. I searched on the internet and fou… (read more)

Hi

I am using the latest firefox version on windows 10. After the installation, I am not able to see h264 cisco codec getting enabled. I searched on the internet and found that there were few issues in the earlier releases but later they were fixed.

But on the current release I still see the problem

Can you please help to resolve the issue?

Many thanks in advance Pankaj Hirlekar

Asked by pankajh1811 3 years ago

Last reply by James 3 years ago

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Website works in Chrome, IE, Safari, mobile. Broken in FF: Missing header, most images, broken span/div structures

I get "Skip to Content" at the top of the web site. Website is https://simplexmerchantservices.com It's built using latest WP and Elementor Pro Using Cloudflare CDN It do… (read more)

I get "Skip to Content" at the top of the web site.

Website is https://simplexmerchantservices.com It's built using latest WP and Elementor Pro Using Cloudflare CDN It does not work for me or any of my employees in Firefox. I tried FF Safe Mode - no change. FF ver 73.0 64-bit

Cache/Data cleared New FF install

Asked by zorrik 1 year ago

Answered by zorrik 1 year ago

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Is there a date yet for the actual deprecacy of the execCommand() javascript command?

Hi there, I have this notetaking web application, that relies heavily on the execCommand, because it's practical and behaves as users are used to from other programs for … (read more)

Hi there, I have this notetaking web application, that relies heavily on the execCommand, because it's practical and behaves as users are used to from other programs for text manipulation. MDN article says it's deprecated (https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/API/document/execCommand) but my question is, how much should i worry about it not being supported in firefox anytime soon? If it would actually got unspported, I'd have to re-code all the functionality with a lot of hacks on my own, so I'd like to know it in advance, if possible. Thanks very much in advance & understand if you cannot tell me the answer

Asked by Adam Rajnoha 1 year ago

Last reply by jscher2000 1 year ago

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Firefox tries to download php files

Hi I'm running a MAMP PRO installation on my OS X 11.6 which works perfectly (Apache & MYSQL). All of a sudden Firefox asks for download when browising to a .php file… (read more)

Hi

I'm running a MAMP PRO installation on my OS X 11.6 which works perfectly (Apache & MYSQL). All of a sudden Firefox asks for download when browising to a .php file on my localhost. Could anybody give me a hint on why this happesn?

Thanks, Tom

Asked by tcgass 3 years ago

Last reply by Roland Tanglao 3 years 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 2 years ago

Answered by jscher2000 2 years ago

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Focus dev tools on inspect element

On Ctrl+Shift+C you can inspect an element, but for some reason when you click an element the dev tools window doesn't get focused automatically. If you right click and s… (read more)

On Ctrl+Shift+C you can inspect an element, but for some reason when you click an element the dev tools window doesn't get focused automatically. If you right click and select "Inspect Element" from the context menu the focus changes correctly. This is a small issue but very annoying to work with.

Asked by nikita1347 1 year ago

Last reply by nikita1347 1 year 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 2 years ago

Answered by wallace62 2 years ago

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CORS request blocked in Firefox

I am trying to make a CORS get request to my server. My server is properly CORS enabled. I am sending an additional header so preflighted option call is sent by browser. … (read more)

I am trying to make a CORS get request to my server. My server is properly CORS enabled.

I am sending an additional header so preflighted option call is sent by browser.

This is working in Chrome but not in firefox. In firefox i can see the options call with 200 as return status code but the subsequent get call is not sent which is happening perfectly in Chrome. My server is also using certificate issued by Global CA like DigiCert . This CA is present in Firefox trust list.

In firefox i see these messages in console

Cross-Origin Request Blocked: The Same Origin Policy disallows reading the remote resource at https://serverurl. (Reason: CORS header ‘Access-Control-Allow-Origin’ does not match ‘https://tryit.w3schools.com, *’).[Learn More]

Cross-Origin Request Blocked: The Same Origin Policy disallows reading the remote resource at https://serverurl. (Reason: CORS request did not succeed).[Learn More] I am making XMLHttpRequest call to trigger the call.

I am not able to figure why the call is failing in firefox

Best Regards, Saurav

Asked by sauravsarkar 2 years ago

Last reply by cor-el 2 years ago

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Open the payload of a HTTP error

I'm a software developer working on backend services, always juggling between Firefox and Chrome (because none of them fully satisfy my needs). What I need from them is t… (read more)

I'm a software developer working on backend services, always juggling between Firefox and Chrome (because none of them fully satisfy my needs). What I need from them is to behave the way it will be most practical for me, which isn't necessarily aligned with the majority of users.

My current problem is this. I work with APIs which in my daily work often return various HTTP errors. These errors also contain a payload which describes the problem in detail. I want to be able to see this payload easily in the browser. Yes, I can use other tools like Postman for this (which I do), but for simple GET requests without special request headers it would be much more practical to just use a browser.

Currently, when my API opens an error (for example a 400 Bad Request), Firefox decides to just silently go back into the previous page (undos the URL change). If I open the Network tab in the Web Developer view, I can however see the failing response with all of its details. Still, this is too impractical for me.

BTW, the response contains a custom Content-Type which isn't recognized by Firefox by default. But Firefox isn't downloading the payload as a file (like it would usually do for a successful page load of an unknown Content-Type), it just silently doesn't do anything. I've installed an extension to handle my custom Content-Types (called "Open in Browser"), but since Firefox isn't attempting to open this one, I can't use it in this case.

So, how can I force Firefox to stay on that URL and show the response payload in the window? If not in vanilla Firefox, any plugins? I've already kind of spent too much time on this for my liking. :/

Asked by marko.vodanovic 1 year ago

Last reply by AKASH kUMAR 1 year ago