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Every other tab won't load

I saw (apparently) the same problem documented in |an old issue an old issue, but the issue's marked closed at this point. I'm seeing new tabs fail to load, but if I tak… (read more)

I saw (apparently) the same problem documented in |an old issue an old issue, but the issue's marked closed at this point. I'm seeing new tabs fail to load, but if I take exactly the same URL and paste it into another tab, it loads instantly...thus, every other tab isn't loading.

In reality, this isn't happening with every new tab, and it definitely goes in spurts, so when I start seeing this, it happens for most tabs; otherwise, I can go for hours with no problem. Typically, if I leave one of these hung tabs long enough, it will eventually (minutes later) load.

This is happening on a newly-built PC with a weeks-old install of Firefox. Any idea what might be amiss?

Pasting link directly below - the md syntax seems unhappy. https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1283107

Asked by dlambert2 1 week ago

Last reply by dlambert2 1 week ago

Secure Connection Failed on Google websites

Hi, I keep getting the "Secure Connection Failed" error message on Google websites (search engine, Gmail, Agenda, Meet, etc.). Usually I can first access the website fin… (read more)

Hi,

I keep getting the "Secure Connection Failed" error message on Google websites (search engine, Gmail, Agenda, Meet, etc.). Usually I can first access the website fine for while, but after a few minutes I get a "you're offline" popup and refreshing the page gives the error. Sometimes I get the error right away.

I've seen many others ask that question, and I've tried this: - enable/disable ocsp stapling - enable/disable HTTP3 - empty the cache

Some other facts : - There is no additional info on the error page (it's not one of the "SSL version unsupported" or "Add an exception" pages) - I'm on Windows, with the latest Firefox version (although this problem has been going on for a while) - The only antivirus is Windows Defender - I'm not behind a proxy or VPN - This happens at work, and at least 3 of my colleagues have the issue - It sometimes happens on non-Google websites, but very rarely - Firefox for Android works fine on my phone on the same WiFi network

I appreciate any help in resolving this, it's getting to the point where I have to use Chrome to work.

Cheers,

Asked by clement.masson 1 month ago

Last reply by FredMcD 1 month ago

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white bars on sides of window when title bar is disabled

Since three updates ago there are white bars on three sides of my Firefox window whenever I disable the title bar. (The bars should be visible if you open the first pictu… (read more)

Since three updates ago there are white bars on three sides of my Firefox window whenever I disable the title bar. (The bars should be visible if you open the first picture I've attached over a coloured background. The second picture shows the bars disappearing when the title bar is switched on.)

This problem persists in Safe Mode and even after a fresh installation of Firefox, so I am confident that my add-ons and themes are not the issue. The bars also show up when using the Firefox default theme, so a custom theme is not the problem either.

I have also tried, to no avail: Updating my graphics driver, changing my screen scaling, cleaning the registry. And of course simply restarting my computer.

I am at a loss as to what the issue is or how I can fix it.

Asked by white_bars 1 month ago

Answered by white_bars 1 month ago

Video playback does nothing in Developer Edition 92.0b5

HTML5, YouTube, and Netflix video playback does nothing Playing HTML5, Youtube, or Netflix video does not work at all for me - Netflix throws an error code, while Youtube… (read more)

HTML5, YouTube, and Netflix video playback does nothing

Playing HTML5, Youtube, or Netflix video does not work at all for me - Netflix throws an error code, while Youtube and HTML5 simply never stop loading.

I've tried

  • Starting Firefox in Troubleshoot Mode
  • Clearing the cache and cookies for the given website
  • Refreshing Firefox

On the chromium-based edge browser, video playback works normally.

DRM-controlled content playback is enabled, hardware acceleration is disabled, allowing auto-play doesn't help, and neither does disabling Tracking Protection.

Asked by Ilari Suhonen 3 months ago

Last reply by jonzn4SUSE 3 months ago

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Firefox 89 useragent weirdness

Firefox 89.0.2, windows 10 pro with latest updates I had trouble with two sites - they were displaying the mobile view instead of the desktop view. I looked at the 'gener… (read more)

Firefox 89.0.2, windows 10 pro with latest updates

I had trouble with two sites - they were displaying the mobile view instead of the desktop view. I looked at the 'general.useragent.override' string in about:config. It was set to "Windows". I changed it to Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT x.y; rv:10.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/10.0 and then the sites displayed correctly.

But now, duckduckgo and google are displaying strangely (perhaps they are showing the mobile version of the website?? Beats me.)

There are 3 other useragent config variables in about:config  : dom.push.userAgentID 66cb7374724c47149c50bf2c98c7f97c general.useragent.compatMode.firefox false useragentswitcher.version 0.7.3

(Plus, there are 4 'devtools' variables.)

Are those correct? Am I missing some? What else should I look at in order to fix duckduckgo and google?

Thanks!

PS: duckduckgo and google display correctly in Chrome. But I do not want to use Chrome.

PPS: I uploaded screenshots showing what google looks like on Firefox and on Chrome.

Asked by northernBorder 4 months ago

Answered by TyDraniu 4 months ago