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When I open a page with svg content in Firefox, the svg only seems to work in the top part of the screen.

There is an animated rectangle in my test html page. The rectangle disappears gradually as it gets about a quarter of the way down the screen. I don't have this problem r… (read more)

There is an animated rectangle in my test html page. The rectangle disappears gradually as it gets about a quarter of the way down the screen. I don't have this problem running the same page in Chrome. The code is:

<!DOCTYPE html>
<html>
 <head>
  <meta charset="utf-8" />
  <title>SVG</title>
 </head>
 <body bgColor="red">

<script>

var SVG=function(h,w){
 var NS="http://www.w3.org/2000/svg";
 var svg=document.createElementNS(NS,"svg");
           
 //alert(h);
 //svg.width=w;
 //d7,=============================,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,svg.height=h;
 
 return svg;
}
var svg=SVG(1800,1800);
document.body.appendChild(svg); 
alert (svg.height);
var rect=function(h,w,fill){
 var NS="http://www.w3.org/2000/svg";
 var SVGObj= document.createElementNS(NS,"rect");
 SVGObj.width.baseVal.value=w;
 SVGObj.height.baseVal.value=h;
 SVGObj.setAttribute("height",h);
 SVGObj.style.fill=fill;
 return SVGObj;
}

var r= rect(100,200,"blue");
svg.appendChild(r);

r.x.baseVal.value=10;
r.y.baseVal.value=20;

var animate=function(obj){
 obj.x.baseVal.value+=1;
 obj.y.baseVal.value+=1;
}

setInterval("animate(r)",100);
 </script>
</body>
</html>

Thanks

Asked by shrdlu1497 7 years ago

Last reply by Marc Sances 7 years ago

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How can I prevent the Flash player from constantly crashing?

Whenever I try to watch a YouTube video I get an error, saying the Adobe Flash Plugin has crashed. I've updated it and Firefox AND restarted my computer, which seems to b… (read more)

Whenever I try to watch a YouTube video I get an error, saying the Adobe Flash Plugin has crashed. I've updated it and Firefox AND restarted my computer, which seems to be everything recommended in the help article for this issue. Is there anything else I can try?

Asked by PistachioLee 7 years ago

Last reply by cor-el 7 years ago

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new tab open automatically and goes to advertisement

i am big of Mozilla, but after recent patches and version update find the hackers are playing havok with the Firefox. every-time i click on my work in particular window, … (read more)

Asked by chopie67 7 years ago

Last reply by Wesley Branton 7 years ago

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why does www.qwickster.com load everytime I click on abookmark or website?

firefox redirects itself to www.qwickster.com every time I open a website or a bookmark warning that i need to update my media player, my antivirus says my pc is clean… (read more)

firefox redirects itself to www.qwickster.com every time I open a website or a bookmark warning that i need to update my media player, my antivirus says my pc is clean I cleared all cookies and cache history but it does the same thing again and again this is the only place it doesnt redirect to that site that loads forever and does nothing help please

Asked by apeman1376 7 years ago

Last reply by kobe 7 years ago

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When I google any topic and try to open teh weblink in fireox it opens some other link always. I think some malware links. Firefox version is 24.0.

When I goggle any topic and try to open the web-link in firefox it opens some other link always. I think some malware links. Firefox version is 24.0. I have cleared all t… (read more)

When I goggle any topic and try to open the web-link in firefox it opens some other link always. I think some malware links. Firefox version is 24.0. I have cleared all the cookies, history. Still problem remains. Any settings required to solve this?

Regards, Rajanikant

Asked by rajkajave 7 years ago

Last reply by ideato 7 years ago

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Firefox and Thunderbird keep sending patches that don't work. What's going on?

For time time, both Firefox and Thunderbird keep notifying me of patches. I try to install, and they fail and tell me to install the larger update. I say yes, and it to… (read more)

For time time, both Firefox and Thunderbird keep notifying me of patches. I try to install, and they fail and tell me to install the larger update. I say yes, and it too fails. They tell me to do it manually. I go to the website and it tells me I'm uptodate. This is more annoying that anything else, but seems like a small glitch that could be fixed easily. Could you help?

Thanks.

Asked by rrothenberg 7 years ago

Last reply by cor-el 7 years ago

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where do I find control to shrink screen on view

control from other area seems to be carried in to firefox - cannot not now make the items on screen smaller which causes critical information unavailable for selection - … (read more)

control from other area seems to be carried in to firefox - cannot not now make the items on screen smaller which causes critical information unavailable for selection - like how to sign out.

Asked by karadice 7 years ago

Last reply by cor-el 7 years ago

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I have followed all the directions for "Websites don't load" but http://google.groups.com does not fully load, all I get is the Google banner .

I am using Beta 24, but downgraded to release 23 but still Google Groups doesn't load fully. All I get is the Google banner and no messages appear. If I force quit Firefo… (read more)

I am using Beta 24, but downgraded to release 23 but still Google Groups doesn't load fully. All I get is the Google banner and no messages appear. If I force quit Firefox Beta or Release version it will load once and I have to force quit again to see the contents of a group. Also the groups main page doe not load. I am on Mountain Lion 10.8.4 How do I get Google Groups to load. I have emptied the History and Cache as the support articles say but nothing works.

Asked by joelw135 7 years ago

Last reply by cor-el 7 years ago

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How to ignore SSL certificate warning only for a specific internal subnet?

I understand my issue may be a little unique, but I am sure some people have come across it. I am working with some test gears that have either self-signed certificates o… (read more)

I understand my issue may be a little unique, but I am sure some people have come across it. I am working with some test gears that have either self-signed certificates or flat out invalid/expired SSL certificates. Since this is a lab/test environment I don't want to have to go through the trouble of generating my own certificates and load them on each test device, since they come and go quite a bit.

Is there a way to tell Firefox to ignore SSL warning, but only for a given subnet? For example, if the SSL certificate is presented by anyone in 10.11.12.0/24, accept it without question, but if it's coming from anywhere else, check its validity.

I doubt this will ever be a main feature for Firefox, but perhaps someone has come across an add-on that does this?

Asked by joshmkuo 7 years ago

Last reply by kalpeshPatel 7 years ago