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Remove Edit book mark button from URL bar FF102.0.1esr

I'm testing FF102 for rollout in September and working through various issues. The latest one I've come across is the edit bookmark "button" on the right of the URL bar.… (read more)

I'm testing FF102 for rollout in September and working through various issues. The latest one I've come across is the edit bookmark "button" on the right of the URL bar. It's a blank space on the URL bar, and when hovered over is a highlighted blank space. After clicking it twice it displays the Edit book mark menu.

How can I remove it completely? I've look at about:config and nothing stands out as obvious to me controlling this and I can't find a setting for it.

The image below shows the highlighted blank icon space.

This code in userChrome.css worked in FF91 but only hides the icon in FF102.

#star-button { display:none !important; }


Thanks

Asked by citizen1138x 8 hours ago

Cant update Firefox and Firefox is sending incorrect location to websites like Facebook and Craigslist

Hello. Running Mac OS 10.13.6 and Firefox 102.0.1. ll of a sudden I cannot update Firefox. When I download manually and install it does not run the new version. What's go… (read more)

Hello. Running Mac OS 10.13.6 and Firefox 102.0.1. ll of a sudden I cannot update Firefox. When I download manually and install it does not run the new version. What's going on?

Second...when I go to Facebook and show event near me it thinks I am in Washington State and not California and I cant seem to fix it. Also just logged into craigslist today and it gave me Washington State Seattle area? What is this all about?

Any help would be appreciated.

Jacques

Asked by jacqlennon 4 days ago

When trying to access local files, sometimes get 'Access to the file was denied'

Hi, I'm trying to access locally-installed help files that are in /usr/share. When I try accessing anything starting with "file:///usr" in Firefox, I get "Access to the f… (read more)

Hi,

I'm trying to access locally-installed help files that are in /usr/share. When I try accessing anything starting with "file:///usr" in Firefox, I get "Access to the file was denied".

I've already set "security.fileuri.strict_origin_policy = false", which now let me access "file:///tmp", "file:///media" and "file:///home", but anything under "file:///usr" (and serveral other top-level directories) still returns the access denied error.

I'm running Firefox 102.0.1 (64-bit) on Ubuntu 22.04.1 LTS.

Asked by henry41 5 days ago

Last reply by henry41 4 days ago

Bookmarks Gone

Have a serious problem - all my bookmarks are gone from Firefox. I went to restore (it shows 498 bookmarks from various dates) but when I go to restore it is not successf… (read more)

Have a serious problem - all my bookmarks are gone from Firefox. I went to restore (it shows 498 bookmarks from various dates) but when I go to restore it is not successful. HELP. I am lost without these bookmarks!!

Asked by forum383 3 days ago

Last reply by forum383 3 days ago

I think Google is trying to disable Firefox

In the last week, I have been unable to complete transactions using PayPal on three websites. I can see it going through until there is a communication with Google or Cap… (read more)

In the last week, I have been unable to complete transactions using PayPal on three websites. I can see it going through until there is a communication with Google or Captcha. Then it hangs up. Now Blue Shield log in remains greyed out. All these sites work fine with Safari.

Asked by paulinLA 1 week ago

Last reply by paulinLA 4 days ago

Clicking in the URL or Search field automatically selects existing text (how to disable this behaviour?)

Hi everyone, a long time ago, Firefox on GNU/Linux didn't have this default behaviour I've described in the title of my question (but FF on Windows had this behaviour at … (read more)

Hi everyone,

a long time ago, Firefox on GNU/Linux didn't have this default behaviour I've described in the title of my question (but FF on Windows had this behaviour at the time, so I believe it was decided to unify the behaviour on all platforms).

The thing is: I truly dislike having the existing text selected automatically. When I click a precise location in the URL or Search field (where some text already exists), I expect the text cursor to locate at this exact spot, NOT the existing text to be entirely selected! With this "new" default behaviour, it now requires 2 clicks to achieve the same task (not what I'd call an improvement) and makes it really PAINFUL to construct a list of search terms (one by one) by copying/pasting them from the current web page (funnily, it proves to be less painful when copying text from another application, since the automatic selection of previously pasted search terms does NOT happen when pasting an additional term -> this is exactly the behaviour I'm expecting).

Historically, whenever I was willing to have the existing text SELECTED (I agree this can be useful from time to time), I used keyboard shortcuts Ctrl+L or Ctrl+K to move the text cursor to the URL or Search field (respectively).

All in all, the historical behaviour of FF on GNU/Linux was just fine (at least to me).

So my QUESTION today is: how to get this historical behaviour back? How to prevent the existing text from being selected when I just CLICK in the URL or Search field?

I've not been able to find a hidden option to configure this behaviour since FF on Linux changed the rule. So I'm afraid it doesn't exist... But if so, would it be possible to add such an option?

Thank you :)

Asked by GNU/V 2 weeks ago

Last reply by GNU/V 2 days ago

Application action settings resets to 'download' after an update

After doing an update to Firefox (currently on 102.0.1), the settings for what happens when I click on a PDF file always seems to reset to 'save file', when what I want (… (read more)

After doing an update to Firefox (currently on 102.0.1), the settings for what happens when I click on a PDF file always seems to reset to 'save file', when what I want (and what I have to keep changing back to) is 'Always ask'.

Is this a known issue or is it something about my environment that causes this?

My system is running Windows 11 on an HP laptop with an AMD 7-5800U CPU and 8Gb of memory. [I'm posting this on my desktop machine which doesn't seem to exhibit the same behaviour - Windows 10 on an Intel 8500 CPU and 16Gb of memory]

thanks for any advice.

Alan

Asked by alan.sharkey 3 weeks ago

Last reply by alan.sharkey 1 day ago