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drop down menu of extension appears empty after update

I just upgaded to the latest version of firefox, and now all the dropdown menus of the extensions like noscript, abp, greasemonkey, just show a tiny white area of say 2x1… (read more)

I just upgaded to the latest version of firefox, and now all the dropdown menus of the extensions like noscript, abp, greasemonkey, just show a tiny white area of say 2x1 cm and no real contents. Of course the first advise is to start in safemode, I did, but then of course non of the extensions show up, exiting safemode restores the problem. One other advise was to unchek recommended performance settings, I did. nothing changed (not after a restart) And one other thing I checked was layers.acceleration.disabled which is set to true layers.acceleration.force-enabled is set to false

so, I don't know what else to do. Does any of you guys have more suggestions?

Asked by hoesel 2 years ago

Answered by hoesel 2 years ago

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I want to up grade my current firefox, but in the past, the newer version does not allow me to keep web page's

Hi, using Mac Sierra 10.13.5 on a power book. I have tried up grading to the latest version of firefox before, but it then does not allow me to open facebook, and other w… (read more)

Hi, using Mac Sierra 10.13.5 on a power book.

I have tried up grading to the latest version of firefox before, but it then does not allow me to open facebook, and other web pages I use regularly?

I have tried suggestions, going into security settings etc, but only some of my pages saved in book marks ( side bar ) open?

I need to up grade, but do not want to loose these pages, and have to spend hours trying to work it out. I need a straight change over, easy, quick, with no problems.

Asked by toneredd 2 years ago

Answered by Shadow110 2 years ago

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Visits to one website do not appear in history though others do.

Background: I just had to rebuild my Linux system partition from backup. After doing this I discovered that although most websites behave perfectly with Firefox, there is… (read more)

Background: I just had to rebuild my Linux system partition from backup.

After doing this I discovered that although most websites behave perfectly with Firefox, there is one website which now never appears in the history though I have visited the pages with no problem.

This is a problem because I use the change in color of links to the website to keep track of which pages I have visited. I have looked to see if Firefox has a list of sites which are not tracked but have been unable to find it.

PS, after the restore all my old history was restored including visits to the website which is now causing a problem.

Asked by whelan_jj 2 months ago

Answered by cor-el 2 months ago

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Wrong version of firefox?

Some websites report that I have an old outdated version of firefox. But this is not true. I always use the latest version in 64bit under Windows 7. One of these websites… (read more)

Some websites report that I have an old outdated version of firefox. But this is not true. I always use the latest version in 64bit under Windows 7. One of these websites says I use Firefox 57.

I cannot get access to these sites. What may be the reason? I read this could be an outdated version of wordpress that these websites are using.

When I click on "show details" below, it also reports Firefox 57 but it is 76.0.1. What's wrong?

Asked by gaiss.rg 2 months ago

Answered by the-edmeister 2 months ago