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Drag & Drop Attachments Explorer to Outlook 365 Web App

duplicate of [/questions/1373309[ After new update I am unable to drag and drop files to attached to Outlook 365 web email. I just installed the 99.0.1 update and this di… (read more)

duplicate of [/questions/1373309[

After new update I am unable to drag and drop files to attached to Outlook 365 web email. I just installed the 99.0.1 update and this didn't fix it either. After a web search I noticed that many others are having this issue. Are we working on it?

Asked by rickyhelvey 2 months ago

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All Tabs Disappeared but Showing Up in Task Manager

All tabs (including pinned tabs) have disappeared, but continue to show up in Task Manager (84 tabs showing in Task Manager). I tried re-booting, but didn't help. Firefo… (read more)

All tabs (including pinned tabs) have disappeared, but continue to show up in Task Manager (84 tabs showing in Task Manager).

I tried re-booting, but didn't help. Firefox v100.0 Win 10 / 64 bit

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Edit: I did a Firefox "Refresh" and all my saved tabs returned.

Asked by jl11 1 month ago

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WHaT Just HappeneD? (Magical restart)

(Again, didn't know what topic to choose). I just submitted a complaint about Firefox losing all my browser tabs upon restart -- and then after closing that window and r… (read more)

(Again, didn't know what topic to choose). I just submitted a complaint about Firefox losing all my browser tabs upon restart -- and then after closing that window and re-opening the browser, everything was back to normal! Tabs, toolbars, everything. Whew !

Is there a miniature, stripped version of Firefox that runs when some utilities update?

Duplicate. https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1381201

Asked by ERA Triano 3 days ago

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https://railstream.net/live-cameras/item/mini-cams does not work

This site is behind a paywall. While I am able to login to the main site, the subsite listed in the subject does not work properly. It did work properly with FF many vers… (read more)

This site is behind a paywall. While I am able to login to the main site, the subsite listed in the subject does not work properly. It did work properly with FF many versions of FF ago. It does work with MS Edge. Thoughts?

Asked by kaplang1 2 years ago

Answered by cor-el 2 years ago

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Ad blocker needs turning off for one website . This is a uk commercial tv service which runs adverts

Helping me find the ad blocker on laptop. It runs on Windows 10. I was told to find it on Settings but I can't find anything about ad blockers on Settings. Thank you fo… (read more)

Helping me find the ad blocker on laptop. It runs on Windows 10. I was told to find it on Settings but I can't find anything about ad blockers on Settings. Thank you for any help you can offer.

Asked by EasilyConfused 2 years ago

Answered by cor-el 2 years ago

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Better Web Partners

I am willing to consider paying for Better Web with Scroll, but while Firefox says that it has partnered with "dozens" of organizations, it does not list most of them. I … (read more)

I am willing to consider paying for Better Web with Scroll, but while Firefox says that it has partnered with "dozens" of organizations, it does not list most of them. I do not use any of the services it does list, so my subscription would not go to any organizations at all if this is a comprehensive list. Is there any list of all the organizations it has partnered with? Will this list be available on an ongoing basis to ensure transparency? Will organizations be able to sign up freely?

This is really just a paid version of Brave, and Better Web would need to demonstrate that it has distinct advantages over that browser to make it truly worthwhile. So far, they have not done a great job of demonstrating that they have those advantages. I am ready to be convinced, because I trust and respect Mozilla, but have not been yet.

Asked by Reid Branson 1 year ago

Answered by Paul 1 year ago

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Search history showing in address bar even though it is turned off

When I start typing in the beginning of something I searched in the past, the address bar shows past searches (as seen in the picture), even though I turned off Browsing … (read more)

When I start typing in the beginning of something I searched in the past, the address bar shows past searches (as seen in the picture), even though I turned off Browsing History under the Privacy and Security tab under Options. Does anyone know how to stop this?

Asked by vENSiDge5 1 year ago

Answered by FredMcD 1 year ago

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Why are settings for routinely deleting cookies in two different areas of settings?

In Firefox>Privacy and Security, there are two very similar looking settings regarding routine cookie destruction: Cookies and Site Data>check Delete cookies and si… (read more)

In Firefox>Privacy and Security, there are two very similar looking settings regarding routine cookie destruction:

Cookies and Site Data>check Delete cookies and site data when Firefox is closed. Manage Permissions [A site list with Block, Allow, Allow for Session]

History>Firefox will Use custom settings for History>Clear history when Firefox closes. Settings: check Cookies

My current understanding is that Cookies and Site Data potentially provides exclusions from the cookie carnage, whereas the History setting per above would delete all cookies. Is this correct as far as it goes? What I keep wondering is why the topic of cookie destruction when closing cannot be handled in one area of the Settings layout, instead of in two different areas.

Asked by Quenchoo 1 year ago

Answered by cor-el 1 year ago

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Unable to sign into Microsofoft account, using Firefox, (I'm signed in) on my husbands Windows 10 home computer, a Dell Inspirion

I get this error when I try to sign into my microsoft account on Firefox: AADSTS50196: The server terminated an operation because it encountered a client request loop. I… (read more)

I get this error when I try to sign into my microsoft account on Firefox: AADSTS50196: The server terminated an operation because it encountered a client request loop. I am using my home computer which is updated to Windows 10

Asked by PAT 1 year ago

Answered by jscher2000 - Support Volunteer 1 year ago

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Separate search engine for private mode missing, no option to search selected text in private mode

In firefox 77 I could choose different search engine for example duckduckgo as default search engine in private mode. In 78.0.1 this setting is missing, no way to search … (read more)

In firefox 77 I could choose different search engine for example duckduckgo as default search engine in private mode. In 78.0.1 this setting is missing, no way to search selected text privately or set different search engine for private mode. Only workaround is to go to about:config and enable "browser.search.separatePrivateDefault.ui.enabled". This fixes both problems. Is this still in beta and not officially available or are my settings wrong?

Asked by Piterk 1 year ago

Answered by jscher2000 - Support Volunteer 1 year ago

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Notifications Not Working

Hello. I'm using a brand-new installation of Firefox 78.0.1 on a freshly installed copy of Windows 10 Pro. The only way I can get Firefox to display any notifications i… (read more)

Hello. I'm using a brand-new installation of Firefox 78.0.1 on a freshly installed copy of Windows 10 Pro. The only way I can get Firefox to display any notifications is by having alerts.useSystemBackend set to true. While this is set to false, notifications will not work. If I use this site to test them, it just says, 'queued for display', followed immediately by 'closed'. I've also tried creating a new profile and testing it again with no success. All sites were granted notification permissions in each case.

Thanks for any help.

Asked by dojima 1 year ago

Answered by dojima 1 year ago

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Use system viewer for downloaded PDFs, use Firefox's built-in viewer for all others

Firefox version: 78.0.1 Firefox recently changed the behaviour when clicking on downloaded PDFs in the Firefox Downloads panel. While all other downloaded files are opene… (read more)

Firefox version: 78.0.1

Firefox recently changed the behaviour when clicking on downloaded PDFs in the Firefox Downloads panel. While all other downloaded files are opened with the system default program when clicking on them, PDFs are opened with the built-in Firefox viewer.

This is counter intuitive. If Firefox is the system default PDF viewer, this separate treatment of PDFs is not necessary (the system default redirects back to Firefox). If Firefox is not the system default PDF viewer, users need to take extra steps to open a PDF in the system viewer (open the folder, click on the file; also documented [https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/view-pdf-files-firefox-or-choose-ano...]). Therefore, this change creates no benefit for those who use Firefox as the system default PDF viewer, while reducing usability for those who use a different system PDF viewer (e.g., Acrobat).

Example use case:

  • Browse to a PDF URL: use the Firefox built-in viewer, because it is fast and convenient. A more sophisticated viewer is not necessary because the document is only viewed, not edited.
  • Download a PDF: use the system default viewer (e.g., Acrobat), for example for annotation.

It seems clear that this change has reduced usability for no functional improvement, while the common combined use case of Firefox for PDF URLs and professional readers (e.g., Acrobat) for downloaded PDFs has become more difficult.

Asked by pcornelius 1 year ago

Answered by jscher2000 - Support Volunteer 1 year ago