Showing questions tagged: Show all questions
  • Archived

Page does not load in tab 1, but same page loads on the tab 2

I'm using 83.0 64bit on Windows 7 SP2. This problem occurs randomly. I try to open a site; say reddit.com, on a blank tab and it stalls. It never loads. The grey ball on… (read more)

I'm using 83.0 64bit on Windows 7 SP2. This problem occurs randomly.

I try to open a site; say reddit.com, on a blank tab and it stalls. It never loads. The grey ball on the tab title moves side to site and the page is blank. I open a new tab and type in the same url and it loads fine in the 2nd tab. (The 1st tab is still blank and loading... ) It's not just reddit.com. This problem happens on any sites, Google, vk.com, facebook, etc... When the tab stalls once, it never works with any of the URLs I type in or click from bookmark.

I tried clearing the cache and cookies but it didn't help.

Any suggestions?

Asked by taseron 1 year ago

Last reply by taseron 1 year ago

  • Solved
  • Archived

Left-click opens the link in a new tab instead of the same tab in browser

After i deleted the cookies and site data i noticed that after i searched something and pressed left-click, instead of opening the website in the same tab, it opens it in… (read more)

After i deleted the cookies and site data i noticed that after i searched something and pressed left-click, instead of opening the website in the same tab, it opens it in a new one and takes them, it is somehing that i do not want, as if i want to open it in a new tab i can just use the middle key to do it.

Asked by iosifpetroulakis 1 year ago

Answered by Scribe 1 year ago

  • Solved
  • Archived

Location of Open a New Tab icon

The + for adding a new tab is located at the upper right hand corner of my Firefox screen. Is there a way to have it show up next to the last tab that was opened? My Fi… (read more)

The + for adding a new tab is located at the upper right hand corner of my Firefox screen. Is there a way to have it show up next to the last tab that was opened? My Firefox at home has the + next to the last new tab. My Firefox at work has it on the upper right hand corner. The attached file shows what I am talking about with the + circled in red and the yellow arrow showing where I would like it to be if this is possible. Thanks.

Asked by bep35 1 year ago

Answered by TyDraniu 1 year ago

  • Archived

Non-pinned tabs are not being restored when I restart the browser

Okay, so I have the option set in Preferences -> General for "Restore previous session". However, when I restart the browser, all my open tabs are lost EXCEPT for any … (read more)

Okay, so I have the option set in Preferences -> General for "Restore previous session".

However, when I restart the browser, all my open tabs are lost EXCEPT for any pinned tabs.

Does anybody know why this would be?

Asked by David 1 year ago

Last reply by cor-el 1 year ago

  • Solved
  • Archived

How do I minimize tabs in FF 84.0?

Am running FF84.0 on a 64-bit Windows 10 machine. After installing this FF version, I see only the "X" to close the tab, with no "--" to minimize. How do I minimize, rat… (read more)

Am running FF84.0 on a 64-bit Windows 10 machine. After installing this FF version, I see only the "X" to close the tab, with no "--" to minimize. How do I minimize, rather than close, a tab?

Asked by davekelly23405 1 year ago

Answered by jscher2000 - Support Volunteer 1 year ago

  • Solved
  • Archived

Task Manager and about:performance do not show tabs

When I access Task Manager from the Firefox menu or just type about:performance the screen comes up, but it only shows information for Task Manager itself (low impact) bu… (read more)

When I access Task Manager from the Firefox menu or just type about:performance the screen comes up, but it only shows information for Task Manager itself (low impact) but doesn't show information about open tabs / websites or add-ons. I was trying to use it to see if one of my open tabs was impacting browser performance. I have the latest version of Firefox.

Asked by gerrydl 1 year ago

Answered by jscher2000 - Support Volunteer 1 year ago

  • Archived

How can I recover pinned tabs?

In my main window i had pinned tabs + some tabs. I opened a new window and closed main one. I thought main one would restore as it did get restored earlier too. But this … (read more)

In my main window i had pinned tabs + some tabs. I opened a new window and closed main one.

I thought main one would restore as it did get restored earlier too.

But this time firefox got updated as i closed new window later on. Now i have lost my tabs.

How to restore them. Pls help.

Asked by aedyn 1 year ago

Last reply by jonzn4SUSE 1 year ago

  • Archived

When reopening FF, defaults to previous single malicious tab which is COMPLETELY preventing me from deleting it - how can I get rid of same without having to open an entirely NEW session??

[Both antimalware operations run - Malwarebytes premium trial, and RogueKiller (in Safe Mode) came back as there being no detections / clean, BTW; does that mean any infe… (read more)

[Both antimalware operations run - Malwarebytes premium trial, and RogueKiller (in Safe Mode) came back as there being no detections / clean, BTW; does that mean any infection hasn't migrated to my PC from FF?]

Tried accessing 'places' file on my desktop as seemingly directed; cannot open with another browser (Opera) nor otherwise - to further clarify, malicious tab in question will not allow me to: close it - by either clicking on its 'x', or right-clicking to use 'Close Tab' option in pulldown menu, nor use the previous page arrow, or return to home / the Google search engine screen, ANY other tab which is part of that session.....is there any way to change the default function so it DOESN'T automatically land every time on THAT precise tab upon reopening, and I can then go to History / previous sites visited to delete? Again, there are a LOT of webpages the links of which I haven't had a chance to copy & paste into an email for myself, and I'm hoping that completely eliminating them all, can be avoided......thanks

Asked by ogam5 1 year ago

Last reply by FredMcD 1 year ago

  • Archived

Drag a tab and it becomes a window.

In chrome if you drag a tab away from the tab bar it becomes its own window while still dragging and as such you can drag a tag out and snap-it to the screen edge in one … (read more)

In chrome if you drag a tab away from the tab bar it becomes its own window while still dragging and as such you can drag a tag out and snap-it to the screen edge in one motion.... But... in Firefox a dragged tab only become a window after you left it go and the windows title bar isnt even positioned where it was dragged to.

So is there a way to make my firefox tabs behave like chrome tabs do?

I move my tabs around a lot and this is literally the only reason i use chrome instead of firefox.

Asked by Jessica 1 year ago

Last reply by jonzn4SUSE 1 year ago

  • Archived

How to Unlearn "Always Open This Tab in a Container" - Remove Site

Hey There! I have set photos.google.com to automatically open in a tab container called "Google." Now I would like remove this automatic function, as i might be opening t… (read more)

Hey There!

I have set photos.google.com to automatically open in a tab container called "Google."

Now I would like remove this automatic function, as i might be opening that website in different container tab, since i have a mutipule google accounts spread across different google accounts.

Is there a way to remove or unlearn the "Always Open This Tab in a Container" for a specific domain?

As far as I can tell you can only change the container the automatically opens, but you can't just unlearn it.

Any suggestions?

Maybe add a unlearn option to the menu in the attached picture?

Asked by evansirchuk 1 year ago

Last reply by TyDraniu 1 year ago

  • Solved
  • Archived

Full page view

Somehow, my view of the browser changed to a full page view of the active tab. I cannot find where to turn that off. I wish to go back to the normal view so that I can se… (read more)

Somehow, my view of the browser changed to a full page view of the active tab. I cannot find where to turn that off. I wish to go back to the normal view so that I can see my tabs at the top and my start menu at the bottom. Any suggestions?? Thanks!

Asked by tommysutton1 1 year ago

Answered by cor-el 1 year ago

  • Solved
  • Archived

Firefox logo appears for a split second in a new tab.

Hello. I noticed the Firefox logo was blinking in a new tab for a split second. It is unlikely that this will happen after opening the browser. I want the logo to always … (read more)

Hello. I noticed the Firefox logo was blinking in a new tab for a split second. It is unlikely that this will happen after opening the browser. I want the logo to always be there. Can this be done without browser add-ons, but with normal settings?

Asked by Богдан 1 year ago

Answered by cor-el 1 year ago

  • Archived

Windows Firefox: how to automatically remember all open tabs

I was doing some research yesterday and had a multitude of tabs open with various stages of information. I took a break and when I returned, Windows had rebooted in order… (read more)

I was doing some research yesterday and had a multitude of tabs open with various stages of information. I took a break and when I returned, Windows had rebooted in order to make/install some Windows updates. As a result, I "lost all the open tabs".

Is there a make Firefox remember what tabs I have open such that, if the computer crashes, reboots or I accidentally hit the "X" in the upper right-hand corner, Firefox will remember all the tabs I had open and go there when I open Firefox again???

I have Firefox 84.0.1 (64-bit), supposedly the latest version at this time.

TIA, Luis

Asked by lflluch 1 year ago

Last reply by cor-el 1 year ago