Problem closiing Firefox

This is not a big issue but I have to double touch the “X” to close Firefox on my touch screen Dell XPS 13. If I use the cursor and click on the “X” Firefox closes fine.… (read more)

This is not a big issue but I have to double touch the “X” to close Firefox on my touch screen Dell XPS 13. If I use the cursor and click on the “X” Firefox closes fine. Chrome, Edge, etc. close with a single touch so this appears to be unique to Firefox. I opened Firefox in safe mode but it still required a double touch. I have uninstalled and reinstalled Firefox a couple times. I have tried this on a similar laptop with the same results (i.e., required a double touch). Any suggestions would be appreciated.

Asked by skipping8638 6 hours ago

Opening Firefox

Firefox resumes with tabs that were closed prior to closing Firefox during previous session. This did not happen before the current update and is a potential security ris… (read more)

Firefox resumes with tabs that were closed prior to closing Firefox during previous session. This did not happen before the current update and is a potential security risk.

Asked by jimsspace7 6 hours ago

Windows Firefox installer installs to both 'Program Files' and %AppData%?

I'm not sure if it's a quirk of my organisation's corporate Windows setup, but when I download and install Firefox (with my user having elevated permissions to be able to… (read more)

I'm not sure if it's a quirk of my organisation's corporate Windows setup, but when I download and install Firefox (with my user having elevated permissions to be able to install apps for all users), it never prompts me at all for where to install, or says that it will install in one location or another, but I end up with two shortcuts on my desktop, one in the expected 'Program Files' location for all users, but another pointed at a second install in my user's AppData directory.

I could kind of understand it just installing in AppData if it didn't have permission to install in 'Program Files' - but for some reason it is installing in both locations in one go? Is this a bug in the installer?

Asked by edmund2 10 hours ago

to browser and download

Bulleted list itembold text[http://example.com Login code: 16122. Do not give this code to anyone, even if they say they are from Telegram! This code can be used to log… (read more)

  • Bulleted list itembold text[http://example.com Login code: 16122. Do not give this code to anyone, even if they say they are from Telegram!

This code can be used to log in to your Telegram account. We never ask it fo

If you didn't request this code by trying to log in on another device, simply ignore this message.]

Asked by andreydashin6 10 hours ago

Garbled font in Firefox on macOS Monterey

Hi. I have experienced some font encoding problem occurring in the latest version of Firefox, not in previous versions. My system is Mac OS Monterey 12.3.1 and Firefox ve… (read more)

Hi. I have experienced some font encoding problem occurring in the latest version of Firefox, not in previous versions. My system is Mac OS Monterey 12.3.1 and Firefox version 107.0

On some sites the fonts looks totally garbled (see provided screenshots). Disabling "Allow pages to choose their own fonts, instead of my selections above" in Firefox settings fixes the problem, but then all websites I visit displays with default fonts and not as intended. Moreover, I'm a web designer working with the built in web developer tools, and I need to see the correct fonts when developing.

Hoping to get some help with this issue.

Br, Magnus

Asked by kaffepanna 12 hours ago

External screen goes black on certain websites. DRM issue?

Certain websites make my external monitor go black. Most websites are fine, but for some it just goes to black. Only removing and attaching the HDMI to my laptop again, w… (read more)

Certain websites make my external monitor go black. Most websites are fine, but for some it just goes to black. Only removing and attaching the HDMI to my laptop again, will make the screen return to normal. Could some kind of DRM check be the issue in some way? This is because it happens on netflix.com for example, or apple tv+.

Asked by Sjoerd 15 hours ago

Kan jeg skjule "reklamen" for Edge, der vises i "Søg"

Hej (Jeg er lidt forvirret over at ende et sted, hvor der "tales" engelsk, når jeg startede på den danske supportside ...) Endelig er det lykkedes mig at undgå, at Edge k… (read more)

Hej

(Jeg er lidt forvirret over at ende et sted, hvor der "tales" engelsk, når jeg startede på den danske supportside ...)

Endelig er det lykkedes mig at undgå, at Edge konstant installerede sig selv. Det har jeg kæmpet med.

Nu vil jeg gerne spørge om Firefox kan hjælpe mig med at undgå den "reklame" for Edge, der vises de fleste gange, når jeg trykker på "Søg" nede i venstre hjørne.

Den irriterer mig, fordi: 1. Jeg aldrig nogensinde skal have Edge 2. Den tager pladsen for vigtigere ting 3. Krydset til at lukke med forsvinder, når jeg bevæger cursoren derop ad.

Kan I mon hjælpe?

Venlig hilsen Hanne B. Stegemüller

Asked by Stegemüller 16 hours ago

Firefox tab crashes during test run with Smartbears TestComplete

We are experiencing crashes in Firefox. The test report shows a message "The firefox.exe process crashed." and provides a dmp file. I didn't find an option to upload the … (read more)

We are experiencing crashes in Firefox. The test report shows a message "The firefox.exe process crashed." and provides a dmp file. I didn't find an option to upload the dmp here. The attached pictures shows that the current tab of firefox has crashed.

Asked by m.hesse 16 hours ago

embedded google calendar not showing event details

I have an HTML page which embeds my Google Calendar. (My school uses Google for Education.) That Google Calendar is set to show event details to members of my school. … (read more)

I have an HTML page which embeds my Google Calendar. (My school uses Google for Education.) That Google Calendar is set to show event details to members of my school. Using all other browsers that I have tried, this works fine: If a user is signed in to Google and accesses the HTML page, they see the embedded calendar with event details. However, if anyone (including myself) access the page through Firefox, the embedded calendar is shown with the events labeled only as "busy."

I have not tested every possible combination, but I should at least be able to view my own calendar. What could be causing this? I can try modifications either in the Firefox I'm using to view the page, or modifications to the HTML page itself.

Asked by James6M 21 hours ago

Saved logins & password

Gets lost (half of them to say the least) every time Firefox updates. I checked the box that ask for saving the logins and password in the Privacy and Security section an… (read more)

Gets lost (half of them to say the least) every time Firefox updates. I checked the box that ask for saving the logins and password in the Privacy and Security section and this feature has always been active. I must have saved logins for 36 websites and email providers. Very vicious cycle and you know how frustrating this can be. Well you can help by either fixing this bug or do away the feature all together. Because next time this happens AGAIN I'll revert back to good 'ol Google chrome and never get back to using Firefox ever.


regards, Mr. Miserablealready

Asked by greeno14 22 hours ago

Don't scroll to the bottom of page when disabling an add-on!

Don't scroll to the bottom of page when disabling an add-on! It is VERY ANNOYING! I need to disable and turn on several add-ons and it keeps jumping to the bottom of the… (read more)

Don't scroll to the bottom of page when disabling an add-on! It is VERY ANNOYING!

I need to disable and turn on several add-ons and it keeps jumping to the bottom of the page when the on and off status of an add-on is changed!

PLEASE MAKE IT STOP DOING THAT!!!!!!!!

Asked by Newfirefoxuser 22 hours ago