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Google Maps error notifications due to wrong API Key

I use Firefox 13 with Ubuntu 12.04 in two different computer, a desktop and a netbook. In general I have same extensions and preferences in both PC. In only one of them I… (read more)

I use Firefox 13 with Ubuntu 12.04 in two different computer, a desktop and a netbook. In general I have same extensions and preferences in both PC.

In only one of them I cannot display Google maps anymore (the embedded objects in non-Google site), getting this error popoup (ITA): "Questo sito web richiede una chiave API di Google Maps differente. È possibile generare una nuova chiave all'indirizzo http://code.google.com/apis/maps/signup.html .".

I cannot understand - after googling for a while - if it is a matter of Firefox settings or other OS-related issue (e.g. the java machine).

Asked by igi 9 years ago

Answered by igi 9 years ago

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Is there a command-line option that will override the "show my windows and tabs from last time"?

A friend of mine occasionally runs into a web page that causes him problems. To be sure, he should note the URL and submit a bug report if a page causes a browser crash, … (read more)

A friend of mine occasionally runs into a web page that causes him problems. To be sure, he should note the URL and submit a bug report if a page causes a browser crash, but in any case, while by default he likes the browser to restore windows and tabs from the previous session, in the case of an obnoxious web page, you *don't* want that to happen. I'm hoping that I can set up an icon for him to click on that will start the browser up on his home page instead of restoring previous windows and tabs when he gets into trouble.

Asked by jejones3141 9 years ago

Answered by cor-el 9 years ago

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I can't watch streaming movies

Hi! I am running Ubuntu 11.10. My Firefox version is 7.0.1. I want to watch streaming movies from http://www.watch-movies.net.in but I can't. I click the link so that the… (read more)

Hi! I am running Ubuntu 11.10. My Firefox version is 7.0.1. I want to watch streaming movies from http://www.watch-movies.net.in but I can't. I click the link so that the movie screen loads but it says that 'I should install the XviD codec to watch MPEG-4 movies'. Please help!

Asked by BlueTower 9 years ago

Answered by rbillings 9 years ago

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How do I stop xfce4-notify from popping up after downloads?

I'm running Linux with fvwm. It's not a desktop, it does not handle notifications. After downloads finish, a dialog box pops up with title xfce4-notify, and contents "Dow… (read more)

I'm running Linux with fvwm. It's not a desktop, it does not handle notifications. After downloads finish, a dialog box pops up with title xfce4-notify, and contents "Downloads Complete - All files have finished downloading" and a button "Activate". While I download, I switch windows and work on something else. This dialog box appears in the window where Firefox is running, and focus switches back to that window interrupting me. It's frustrating. How do I stop these notifications? I looked in about:config and found nothing about xfce. I edited preferences and turned off the download windows, but that doesn't stop the notifications. This behaviour started after I left Firefox version 3, and it's been on every version since. Now running 8.0.

Asked by hvgriggs 9 years ago

Answered by hvgriggs 9 years ago

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Websites can't detect my browser. How can I correct this? (ff 7.0.1)

A couple days ago I noticed that websites aren't able to determine which browser (or version) I'm using. For example, I went to Google's WhatBrowser.com, to see how it re… (read more)

A couple days ago I noticed that websites aren't able to determine which browser (or version) I'm using. For example, I went to Google's WhatBrowser.com, to see how it recognized my browser. The result?

"You are using:

Sorry, we couldn’t recognize your browser. The What Browser team has been notified."

I saw this old question (old question) from the Firefox support forums, and so I did what one user suggested. I went to "about:config", filtered for "general.useragent" and I reset the line that had been changed by one of my extensions. Still, the problem persists.

What can I do? short of uninstalling and reinstalling?

Asked by decktrio 9 years ago

Answered by Swarnava Sengupta 9 years ago

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Adobe flash plugin "invalid" after pluginreg.dat rebuild - why?

Just loaded Fedora 16 and it comes with FireFox7. Followed all of the instructions to download Adobe Flash, loaded the .so into the plugin directory, but the plugin did n… (read more)

Just loaded Fedora 16 and it comes with FireFox7. Followed all of the instructions to download Adobe Flash, loaded the .so into the plugin directory, but the plugin did not appear.

Followed the Troubleshooting instructions and deleted the pluginreg.dat and then restarted FF.

Looked at the newly created pluginreg.dat and found this:


   [INVALID]
   /usr/lib/mozilla/plugins/libflashplayer.so:$
   1321705544000:$


Obviously, the flash plugin is still not recognized.

Noted that all of the .so libraries in the plugin directory had 755 mode, changed the libflashplayer.so to the same permissions. No effect.

Where to now?

Asked by BillLee 9 years ago

Answered by BillLee 9 years ago

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Hard to find particular file in cache of firefox 8.0.1, there are two many folders.

I am a ubuntu 10.10 user. I am regular user of firefox. I was using 3.6.18 since 1 year. Now i am using upgraded version 8.0.1 but I am facing a problem. i am not able to… (read more)

I am a ubuntu 10.10 user. I am regular user of firefox. I was using 3.6.18 since 1 year. Now i am using upgraded version 8.0.1 but I am facing a problem. i am not able to find any particular file in cache of firefox 8.0.1. There are so many folders so its not easy to find file in cache. Please suggest me better way.

Asked by pavi_elex 9 years ago

Answered by cor-el 9 years ago

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HowTo import .json bookmark file

I have saved my bookmarks from an earlier installation of Firefox, saved in an .json file, but how do I now import those bookmarks in my new installation? Available solut… (read more)

I have saved my bookmarks from an earlier installation of Firefox, saved in an .json file, but how do I now import those bookmarks in my new installation? Available solutions are talking about profiles, saving/restoring, but I have not stored any profile, only bookmarks.

Asked by mby_dk 9 years ago

Answered by Swarnava Sengupta 9 years ago

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Where are the group tab settings stored in linux?

I installed a new Linux OS on my system and saved the .mozilla/firefox folder so I can later recover any settings I could lose. Now I realized I lost all my group tabs af… (read more)

I installed a new Linux OS on my system and saved the .mozilla/firefox folder so I can later recover any settings I could lose.

Now I realized I lost all my group tabs after reinstalling, and thought maybe I can recover them from my backed up .mozilla folder.

Does anyone know where I can find the settings for group tabs in the .mozilla folder? (I don't want to copy the entire backup folder over my current folder)

Thanks, Claudiu

Asked by claudiu 9 years ago

Answered by cor-el 9 years ago

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Under Ubuntu 10.04 and I installed firefox 8 from ubuntu update channel. I am now unable to access sites with web pages in files .aspx. An example is www.morningstar.it with a default.aspx page. How can I overcome this?

This only happens when firefox come to an aspx page. I just get a window pop up with the message "You have chosen to open default.aspx. What should firefox do with this… (read more)

This only happens when firefox come to an aspx page. I just get a window pop up with the message "You have chosen to open default.aspx. What should firefox do with this file?"

Asked by macmartin 9 years ago

Answered by cor-el 9 years ago

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Where could I download recent previous version? gwt dev plugin is not available for firefox 8.0

First, thanks a lot for your work. I've been using ff for a few years and I really enjoy it. My ubuntu updated firefox to 8.0 I'm working using gwt and need the gwt devel… (read more)

First, thanks a lot for your work. I've been using ff for a few years and I really enjoy it.

My ubuntu updated firefox to 8.0 I'm working using gwt and need the gwt developer plugin. It is not available to firefox 8.0 so I need to install firefox 7.x where can I download it? I do not care if it is not maintained ;-)

Best regards,

Gaël

Asked by gafal76 9 years ago

Answered by Swarnava Sengupta 9 years ago

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Is it possible to use 32-bit firefox with 64-bit java plugin?

Is it possible to use 32-bit firefox with 64-bit java plugin? I'd like to use 32-bit firefox and I already install 64-bit java plugin. Is that a right choice not to insta… (read more)

Is it possible to use 32-bit firefox with 64-bit java plugin? I'd like to use 32-bit firefox and I already install 64-bit java plugin. Is that a right choice not to install 32-bit java plugin? Will these cause problem?

Thanks in advance. Regards, Sean

Asked by Seanchien 9 years ago

Answered by Tim 9 years ago

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Why is Firefox continually making new profiles? This is the third time today, and I'm sick and tired of it!!!!!!! Ubuntu 11.10, Firefox 8.0

This is getting really annoying. I am very tempted to uninstall Firefox and move to Chrome. However, I'm willing to give Firefox another chance, if someone can help me. I… (read more)

This is getting really annoying. I am very tempted to uninstall Firefox and move to Chrome. However, I'm willing to give Firefox another chance, if someone can help me.

I've been using Firefox on Ubuntu for 5+ years, and have never had this problem before and on Windows before that.

Thank you,

Asked by rmdmr 9 years ago

Answered by rmdmr 9 years ago

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How to add a specific font needed for a particular web site?

The web site "www.gadima.com" requires the Marathi font (True Type), for displaying its content properly in Marathi language. This font is already installed in the CentOs… (read more)

The web site "www.gadima.com" requires the Marathi font (True Type), for displaying its content properly in Marathi language. This font is already installed in the CentOs. Firefox does not display the information in proper Marathi fonts, but displays only garbage. I already set this "Allow pages to choose their own fonts, instead of my selections above" still this not work..

In opera this web site displays proper marathi font.

I have "Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux x86_64; en-US; rv:1.9.2.24) Gecko/20111109 CentOS/3.6-3.el5.centos AlexaToolbar/alxf-2.14 Firefox/3.6.24"

Asked by preet 9 years ago

Answered by cor-el 9 years ago

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Since Firefox 9, pasting content from word or open office in editors like tinymce or ckeditor loses formatting. Why? Thanks.

Try pasting formatted content, i.e. from libre office, here: tinymce demo http://www.tinymce.com/tryit/full.php or here: ckeditor [http://ckeditor.com/demo|ckeditor]. Sin… (read more)

Try pasting formatted content, i.e. from libre office, here: tinymce demo http://www.tinymce.com/tryit/full.php or here: ckeditor [http://ckeditor.com/demo|ckeditor]. Since Firefox 9, all styles are discarded. Regards, Axel

Asked by axelk 9 years ago

Answered by Oxylatium 9 years ago

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I have half-speed dial-up. When I restart Firefox it attempts to connect to each web page from my previous session to refresh the pages. This chokes my connection. How can I stop this auto refresh action? Thanks.

I want my new session to reload my web pages from the previous session FROM CACHE, and not try reload each page from the internet. I can start Firefox with the modem disc… (read more)

I want my new session to reload my web pages from the previous session FROM CACHE, and not try reload each page from the internet. I can start Firefox with the modem disconnected to prevent this, but it can take 3 to 5 minutes for Firefox to open this way. (I see the modem blink as Firefox tries to connect during this time.) If my 56.6 modem is connected, it would take >60 minutes. (28.8 is the highest speed available in rural areas.)

Asked by vince46 9 years ago

Answered by cor-el 9 years ago