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Problem accessing https://www.thetrainline.com

When trying to access this website with Firefox 92.0 (Mac OS10.15.7), I get a message that my log in data (user ID, password) is not correct. However, using Safari my log… (read more)

When trying to access this website with Firefox 92.0 (Mac OS10.15.7), I get a message that my log in data (user ID, password) is not correct. However, using Safari my login is successful, and the same using my iPhone or iPad. I have raised the issue with the operator of the website, but thought that maybe there is something that can fix the problem directly in Firefox ??

Asked by olivier.p.thomas 2 months ago

Answered by cor-el 2 months ago

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Facebook

Facebook does not load. Error message: "Sorry, something went wrong. We're working on it and we'll get it fixed as soon as we can. Go Back Facebook © 2020 · Help C… (read more)

Facebook does not load. Error message: "Sorry, something went wrong. We're working on it and we'll get it fixed as soon as we can. Go Back Facebook © 2020 · Help Center" I know it's not Facebook as works fine on my Android devices. Firefox has been very unstable for months on Windows 10! Fix it!! Egad!! I got locked out of my Banks website. Uninstalled and reinstalled Firefox and problem solved. I am refusing updates cuz I think it was an update that caused the problem.

Asked by Cappy 2 months ago

Answered by Seburo 2 months ago

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php based web site no longer displays correctly in Firefox but is OK in other browsers

I have a home website that was written using php well over 10 years ago. Except for family updates, it has changed little and displayed correctly using firefox and other… (read more)

I have a home website that was written using php well over 10 years ago. Except for family updates, it has changed little and displayed correctly using firefox and other browsers. Firefox is my preferred browser. A couple of months ago, it stopped displaying correctly in firefox but continues to display correctly w/o issues in Edge, and other browsers.

I note it displays in a basic form in firefox, links to other pages and content are shown and operable, but not displayed (correctly) as it does in Edge and others. I am on the latest version of Win Pro 10.

I posted the problem the end of August and received a number of suggestions. I went through the steps suggested (using troubleshoot amongst other suggestions) and none of the suggestions resolved the issue. My suspicion is that something in a relatively recent update of firefox has issues with my php based code. I do not use a "web tool" but write the source myself. I started writing websites with html decades ago and got the bug to use php years back.

If anyone has the interest (or curiosity) to look at the website in firefox and edge and my source code and see if they see the issue I would be glad provide the link to my website.

Asked by kenw4 2 months ago

Answered by jscher2000 2 months ago

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Firefox opens displays two panels, i.e. a site plus site in tab after click on link

Firefox opens displays two panels, i.e. a site plus site in tab after click on following url https://schmidt-toepke.de/Younox%20Marketing/index.html … (read more)

Firefox opens displays two panels, i.e. a site plus site in tab after click on following url https://schmidt-toepke.de/Younox%20Marketing/index.html

Asked by joern.schmidt.toepke 1 month ago

Answered by FredMcD 1 month ago

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FACEBOOK - Typing a comment causes the screen to scroll on its own.

Starting as of today (Oct 13), the FACEBOOK screen suddenly moves when I am typing a comment. Whenever I hit SHIFT+alpha_letter at the beginning of a line OR simply hit t… (read more)

Starting as of today (Oct 13), the FACEBOOK screen suddenly moves when I am typing a comment. Whenever I hit SHIFT+alpha_letter at the beginning of a line OR simply hit the backspace key, the screen suddenly shifts about a page up, closer to top. This shifts the entry area where I'm typing down and off the screen. Just hitting the backspace to correct a typo causes the screen to scroll on its own. I have to scroll back down to the entry box and if I make another typo, it happens again. It is maddening!

I've restarted in troubleshoot mode and the same thing happens, so it is not an add-on. This is happening on both my Firefox Linux systems AND on a Windows 10 machine, so I don't think it is specifically OS related either. The screen however does stay put, like it is supposed to, using Chrome or Opera.

Is this a Firefox problem or is FACEBOOK messing with Firefox?

Asked by nosoy1 1 month ago

Answered by nosoy1 1 month ago

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Outlook.com email images are not loading

For some reason images are not loading in Outlook.com when I use Firefox. Images load fine when using Chrome or Edge, but Firefox is my preferred browser. Is anyone havin… (read more)

For some reason images are not loading in Outlook.com when I use Firefox. Images load fine when using Chrome or Edge, but Firefox is my preferred browser. Is anyone having a similar issue. I know there was recently an issue with the site itself but it seems MS resolved it but perhaps whatever they did only fixed the issue for chromium engines?

Firefox Version 93 64-bit

  • I have used troubleshoot mode and it works temporarily so I thought it was an extension and turned them all off but the issue persists. I reset Firefox but it did not correct the issue.
  • I have disabled the tracking protection and no change
  • I went in to Outlook.com settings and toggled the 'Use outlook services to load images' and no change.
  • Emails are marked as safe senders.

I think I hit all the major tips I have read online so I'm hoping I'm overlooking something. Any thoughts?

Asked by Kris 1 month ago

Answered by Kris 1 month ago

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Firefox help directing me to odd website

Clicking on Firefox "Help" directed me to an odd "Crowdicity" website. This is rather worrying and makes me feel that I can't trust the browser's security anymore. Regar… (read more)

Clicking on Firefox "Help" directed me to an odd "Crowdicity" website. This is rather worrying and makes me feel that I can't trust the browser's security anymore.

Regards,

BarbaraD

Asked by BarbaraD 1 month ago

Answered by TyDraniu 1 month ago

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Startup - pages to automatically open

Startup - in settings I used to have opton to "Use current pages" rather than it always being "restore previous session". Can I still set this as an option please? Thanks… (read more)

Startup - in settings I used to have opton to "Use current pages" rather than it always being "restore previous session". Can I still set this as an option please? Thanks (Windows 10 on PC)

Asked by Craig Reilly 1 month ago

Answered by FredMcD 1 month ago

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Log In

I just loaded your new Alias email into my Windows computer and now I the email to log into my Gmail will not show or open. How do I turn off my current email from being … (read more)

I just loaded your new Alias email into my Windows computer and now I the email to log into my Gmail will not show or open. How do I turn off my current email from being taken over by your software?

Should I delete the program all together?

Is there a way to tell the software which sites to keep?

This software has not been thoroughly tested out. Take it off and go back to the drawing board.

Thanks,

Bill ... (I don't think I will actually be able to read your response. So, send a text to ...)


edited email and phone# from public and search/spam bots view as this is a public community support forum. You should get a email notifying of replies to thread.

Asked by Bill Weiss 4 days ago

Answered by jscher2000 3 days ago

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Two websites one hour out with time

This problem occurred Oct 24, 2020 Australian Eastern Daylight Savings Time (3 weeks after daylight savings time came into effect here). The operating system time is cor… (read more)

This problem occurred Oct 24, 2020 Australian Eastern Daylight Savings Time (3 weeks after daylight savings time came into effect here). The operating system time is correct. I have cleared the cache several times, rebooted and shut down overnight.

A forum site is displaying the correct times. A site displaying weather information uses the correct time; I loaded it just after 3am and the first time it displayed was 6am as expected.

1. A TV guide normally highlights in red programs currently showing; at present it shows programs showing one hour previously. In Google-Chrome no programs are highlighted. I have removed the cookies and that has made no difference. 2. Facebook.com times are one hour late, both the time of posts in the newsfeed and times of notifications.

Asked by TNorth 1 year ago

Answered by TNorth 9 months ago

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Alt + n gets sent to websites, resulting in skipping around in videos and not switching tabs

I'm an avid keyboard user, and I'm trying to use the alt + n shortcuts for switching tabs, while watching in a video on a website (more specifically unity). But every tim… (read more)

I'm an avid keyboard user, and I'm trying to use the alt + n shortcuts for switching tabs, while watching in a video on a website (more specifically unity). But every time I press alt + n udemy interprets it as skipping around in the video. And firefox aborts the switching of the tab. This is literally driving me crazy.

Asked by legendofmiracles 2 months ago

Answered by jscher2000 2 months ago

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Webpages don't display properly; text and images too flushed to either margins.

Here are an examples using one site: [Image 1] is Firefox's default 100% zoom. Note the flushed text at the left margin. Ideally, it should look like [Image 2], however, … (read more)

Here are an examples using one site: [Image 1] is Firefox's default 100% zoom. Note the flushed text at the left margin. Ideally, it should look like [Image 2], however, that was zoomed down to 90% where the text body also shrinks along with it and making reading a tad harder. Obviously, not the best solution. [Image 3] is the same site on Safari. [Image 4] is taken from Palemoon. [Image 5] is reddit.com's comment page, again with the unsightly margin problem.

Any ideas how to fix this? Would really appreciate any troubleshooting tips.

Asked by 0zen 2 months ago

Answered by 0zen 2 months ago

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No Web Page Loads When Firefox Is Open

Hi. I Have a Dell Latitude E6430ATG and I am running Windows 10 and I loaded a 2016 version of MS Office and suddenly Firefox shows no pages -- everything is white except… (read more)

Hi. I Have a Dell Latitude E6430ATG and I am running Windows 10 and I loaded a 2016 version of MS Office and suddenly Firefox shows no pages -- everything is white except for the address bar and, when I try to open any web pages, tabs at the top of the page. Any web page (as supposedly indicated in the address bar) is completely blank -- just white space. The "Open Application Menu" button is there and I get the drop down menu, but the only things I can access are Bookmarks, History, More Tools and Help. Cannot access Passwords or Add-ons and themes. I did a Malwarebytes search and found no problems. I uninstalled everything (Firefox and Mozilla Maintenance Service), deleted both files/folders, and, using MS Edge (which does load all web pages), downloaded a new Firefox Installer and, supposedly, Firefox went through the installation process and said it was installed. I clicked on the con on my desktop and Firefox open with same result -- address bar and (once I type in or select a suggested web address) tabs at top, but no web pages load and Open Application Menu only gives me access to Bookmarks, History, More Tools and Help. I am stumped. Is there anything in Windows I need to disable/enable to get my example of Firefox to work? If you need more info to suggest solutions, just ask. I am no tech wizard, so please be patient. Thanks.

Asked by silberfile1 1 month ago

Answered by FredMcD 1 month ago

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question about browser exploits

If you visit a website with malicious javascript in Firefox (ver. 93), is it possible for the site to access passwords stored in the browser, or typed or stored in Mozill… (read more)

If you visit a website with malicious javascript in Firefox (ver. 93), is it possible for the site to access passwords stored in the browser, or typed or stored in Mozilla Thunderbird? (I would assume that would be considered a vulnerability and if it is possible it would be patched immediately, but I also figured that it is better to ask than to "assume.")

Asked by 4232jl 1 month ago

Answered by jscher2000 1 month ago