Showing questions tagged: Show all questions
  • Solved
  • Archived

"simplify page" option missing in print preview

Today, when I go to print out a web page, the format of the Print Preview window has changed and the"Simplify Page" option is missing. I use this feature all the time. … (read more)

Today, when I go to print out a web page, the format of the Print Preview window has changed and the"Simplify Page" option is missing. I use this feature all the time. Without it many pages are impossible to print. How can I restore this feature?

Asked by dplant 12 months ago

Answered by jscher2000 12 months ago

  • Solved
  • Archived

The Firefox 76.0 update just broke Google Maps so I cannot move the map in any direction. How do I fix this?

How can I roll back to the previous version of Firefox? It just updated without my knowledge to version 76.0 and it broke Google Maps. I cannot "grab" the maps and moved… (read more)

How can I roll back to the previous version of Firefox?

It just updated without my knowledge to version 76.0 and it broke Google Maps. I cannot "grab" the maps and moved them in any direction, an extremely very important feature. It's not Google, because I tried the identical maps using Opera, Chrome and Brave and it's working fine on all three of those browsers. Thanks for your help.

Asked by zob 1 year ago

Answered by cor-el 1 year ago

  • Solved
  • Archived

why is there a blinking vertical cursor line at the last mouse click location when it is not a data input point?

over the last few days there is a small vertical cursor line that appears at the last mouse click location like it's waiting for me to type something there. like the brow… (read more)

over the last few days there is a small vertical cursor line that appears at the last mouse click location like it's waiting for me to type something there. like the browse button below. if i click outside the box a blinking vertical cursor line appears outside the box where i clicked. it is obviously not a place where input should be expected. this has only started over the last week or so and only with firefox it doesn't happen with chrome. I just opened a story on fox. the title of the story is not a link or a place for me to type or enter text but if i click anywhere in the title text a blinking cursor line appears.

Asked by steve254 1 year ago

Answered by cor-el 1 year ago

  • Solved
  • Archived

Firefox won't print entire web page

Sometime recently (as of 11/3/19) Firefox ceased to reliably print entire web pages. Instead it prints the first, last, and sometimes one middle page. The print preview… (read more)

Sometime recently (as of 11/3/19) Firefox ceased to reliably print entire web pages. Instead it prints the first, last, and sometimes one middle page. The print preview function suffers the same error. Since the problem shows up in print preview I don't believe that it is related to the configuration of a specific printer. It doesn't seem to be a coding error in the web page as other browsers like IE, Chrome, and Opera render the page accurately. Because I don't print pages often, I can't tell with what version the problem showed up.

Asked by James Hirst 2 years ago

Answered by jscher2000 2 years ago

  • Solved
  • Archived

How do I stop Firefox from switching to new tabs for links that would normally open in new windows?

I am using "browser.link.open_newwindow.restriction" to force links that normally open in new windows, to instead open in new tabs. It all works fine, except when I click… (read more)

I am using "browser.link.open_newwindow.restriction" to force links that normally open in new windows, to instead open in new tabs. It all works fine, except when I click those links, Firefox switches to the new tabs immediately when I click them. I would like the tabs to open in new tabs but I do not want Firefox to immediately switch to them.

Please note that I have unchecked "When you open a link in a new tab, switch to it immediately". Meaning, Firefox correctly does not switch to new tabs for normal links. However, it is switching to the new tabs for links that would normally open in new windows.

Asked by adampatterson123 1 year ago

Answered by jscher2000 1 year ago

  • Solved
  • Archived

how to ascertain if DNS over HTTPS is enabled or disabled

I am a home user with win 7 OS. In the DNS over HTTPS FAQ it says that In addition, Firefox will check for certain functions that might be affected if DoH is enabled, inc… (read more)

I am a home user with win 7 OS. In the DNS over HTTPS FAQ it says that

In addition, Firefox will check for certain functions that might be affected if DoH is enabled, including:

   Are parental controls enabled?
   Is the default DNS server filtering potentially malicious content?
   Is the device managed by an organization that might have a special DNS configuration? 

If any of these tests determine that DoH might interfere with the function, DoH will not be enabled. These tests will run every time the device connects to a different network.

Is there any way for me to find out if DOH is enabled or disabled by Firefox?

Asked by paroksha priyah 1 year ago

Answered by jscher2000 1 year ago

  • Solved
  • Archived

I lost bookmarks and user passes after firefox update

I lost bookmarks and user passes after firefox update. new version of firefox is 77.0.1 (64-bit) I read the related questions but did not understand how I could recover.… (read more)

I lost bookmarks and user passes after firefox update. new version of firefox is 77.0.1 (64-bit) I read the related questions but did not understand how I could recover. and attached pictures of my profile.

Asked by hsamadzadeh 1 year ago

Answered by FredMcD 1 year ago

  • Solved
  • Archived

Parts of this page are not secure (such as images)

Hello, I have 3 websites: http://history.typeheritage.com/ http://forums.typeheritage.com/ http://bazaar.typeheritage.com/ When viewed with Chrome, all are labeled "secur… (read more)

Hello, I have 3 websites:

http://history.typeheritage.com/ http://forums.typeheritage.com/ http://bazaar.typeheritage.com/

When viewed with Chrome, all are labeled "secure." When viewed with FF, the history and forums sites are not. Instead, they return the attached message.

Unless original work designed by me, all images on all sites are type specimens or trade journal articles from sources like design patents or university libraries (google books, haithi trust, internet archive, etc.).

Can someone figure out why this is happening and tell me how to fix it?

A thousand thanks for your help, Anna

Asked by author2 1 year ago

Answered by author2 1 year ago

  • Solved
  • Archived

how do I add exceptions to my privacy & security settingg?

There seems to be no way to set exceptions to privacy and security settings! There is a "Search Website" box but no option to "Add". There are options to "Remove" which a… (read more)

There seems to be no way to set exceptions to privacy and security settings! There is a "Search Website" box but no option to "Add". There are options to "Remove" which are greyed out. I do I add an exception to Autoplay "Block Audio and Video"?

Asked by johnmoran29 2 years ago

Answered by Wesley Branton 2 years ago

  • Solved
  • Archived

How to remove Event Listener at the inspector panel of firefox devtools?

Guys, Removing Event listener on chrome is simple, just view it on the bottom right section, expand the element on the event trees, then click the 'remove' button. Tada a… (read more)

Guys, Removing Event listener on chrome is simple, just view it on the bottom right section, expand the element on the event trees, then click the 'remove' button. Tada and putta, the event is no longer functional. But, on firefox platform, how to achieve that???

Asked by qlintonger 1 year ago

Answered by Buddhika 1 year ago

  • Solved
  • Archived

Getting the SVG document(contentDocument) using javascript inside the Object tag returns null

The following code work in Firefox v54, but stopped working on Firefox v68.4.1 (possibly earlier version as well). index.html: <body> <object type="image/svg+xml… (read more)

The following code work in Firefox v54, but stopped working on Firefox v68.4.1 (possibly earlier version as well).

index.html: <body>

<object type="image/svg+xml" data="test.svg", id="test_svg_id">

   Your browser doesn't support SVG
</object>

<script type="text/javascript" src="test.js"></script>

</body>

javascript: function init() {

 console.log("init()");

// Get the overall SVG defined in the Index HMTL page var svg_object = document.getElementById("test_svg_id");

// Get the SVG document inside the Object tag var svg_document = svg_object.contentDocument; }

Any idea why contentDocument is always null?

Asked by Zaak 1 year ago

Answered by Matthew Thomas 1 year ago

  • Solved
  • Archived

Firefox blocks me from saving images

Lately, I keep finding more and more websites that are able to prevent me from downloading their images. It seems this is becoming a huge problem now, and it's changing t… (read more)

Lately, I keep finding more and more websites that are able to prevent me from downloading their images. It seems this is becoming a huge problem now, and it's changing the entire experience of using the web.

And it seems to me that Mozilla are enabling developers to do this, trying to take away people's rights.

In the past, I could work around the problem (not that I should have to) by going to Tools > Page Info > Media. But even that method no longer works (eg go to www.bbc.co.uk - the large image in the top left is nowhere to be found in Media!) There are also sites which show PDFs that cannot be downloaded. That is just SO wrong!

The ability to save any image in a web page is a basic liberty of using the web, always has been. No website should be allowed to display images that can't be downloaded, it's just wrong. It's like someone making a magazine out of special paper to stop readers tearing pages out!

I've sent feedback about this through the Help menu, but no one ever listens.

Does anyone here have the ability to raise this issue with Mozilla? This needs to be FOUGHT against. They are helping large corporations to slowly strip away the basic rights of the public. Saving pictures may seem like only a small detail, but it ultimately leads to a 100% premium internet where no one can keep or save anything. Mozilla is taking the internet out of the hands of the public and putting it the hands of big businesses.

The issue of 'protecting copyright' is completely irrelevant. Any criminal operation determined to leech images would obviously have the ability to do this regardless. Plus, if companies don't want people to be able to download the high-res version of an image, they shouldn't put it online.

Asked by MartyJames 1 year ago

Answered by jscher2000 1 year ago

  • Solved
  • Archived

URL bar background color Change CSS????

I tried all these below and none work urlbar[breakout][breakout-extend] {background: black !important;} urlbar[breakout]{background: black !important;} urlbar{backgro… (read more)

I tried all these below and none work


  1. urlbar[breakout][breakout-extend] {background: black !important;}
  1. urlbar[breakout]{background: black !important;}
  1. urlbar{background: black !important;}

.urlbar{background: black !important;}

.urlbarview{background: black !important;}

root {--mbarstyler-match-background-color: black; /* [0.0,0.05,0.1] */ }
root {--mbarstyler-match-background: black; /* [0.0,0.05,0.1] */ }
  1. urlbar[breakout][breakout-extend] > #urlbar-background { color: black !important; }


/* Megabar background */

.urlbarView.megabar{

background-color: black !important;

}

Asked by carbonfiber248 1 year ago

Answered by Wesley Branton 1 year ago

  • Solved
  • Archived

How to do multi-line Bookmarks bar after 84-update?

Hi all! How to do multi-line Bookmarks bar after 84-update? All code from userChrome.css that working on 83 update and has 3 working lines was crashed after 84, and bookm… (read more)

Hi all!

How to do multi-line Bookmarks bar after 84-update?

All code from userChrome.css that working on 83 update and has 3 working lines was crashed after 84, and bookmarks bar have only 1 line now(

Any body know how to fix it?

ps: sorry for bad english)

Asked by Tim 1 year ago

Answered by jscher2000 1 year ago

  • Solved
  • Archived

Firefox Page auto refresh is disabled, how do I enable it?

Tesco use Auto Refresh when you are in a Q for booking a slot for deliveries/click and collect, my page does not auto refresh, I get a message informing me that Firefox h… (read more)

Tesco use Auto Refresh when you are in a Q for booking a slot for deliveries/click and collect, my page does not auto refresh, I get a message informing me that Firefox has prevented the page from reloading. I can't find a tab in settings/options which will allow the page to reload/refresh. I am running Windows 7. Any ideas?

Asked by Ike 1 year ago

Answered by Wesley Branton 1 year ago

  • Solved
  • Archived

How can I turn off *distracting* display of trackers blocked in bottom right of web pages for Firefox 69?

How to turn off *distracting* display of trackers blocked in bottom right of web pages for Firefox 69? I appreciate that Firefox is now blocking third party trackers. But… (read more)

How to turn off *distracting* display of trackers blocked in bottom right of web pages for Firefox 69?

I appreciate that Firefox is now blocking third party trackers. But I can't stand having a distracting purple display of trackers blocked in every web page. That is unacceptable to me and I want a way to turn off that distracting display on *every* web page.

I find it ironic that distracting ads are being removed (good!) but Firefox developers thought it was a smart idea to *add* its own distracting information on web pages (sheesh -- at least could we have the option to put that tracker summary in the menu bar? -- I would ideally prefer being able to abolish it from even being seen there).

I am a software developer who doesn't care for web page pollution or distraction from the real content, and a tracker blocking summary in my face on every page is definitely pollution.

I'm going back to Chrome because of this one issue (the ad blocker I use only puts its summary count in the menu bar).

Firefox really goofed by adding its own "ad" on *every* web page for its new feature. Now I need a blocker for those ads!

Asked by sergei.kucherov 2 years ago

Answered by McCoy 2 years ago