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Netflix no longer supported [SOLVED]

Hi! Netflix used to work great in Firefox on my Mac OS X 10.11.6 macbook. Now I've been getting an error message saying "Looks like your browser is no longer supported" w… (read more)

Hi! Netflix used to work great in Firefox on my Mac OS X 10.11.6 macbook. Now I've been getting an error message saying "Looks like your browser is no longer supported" when trying to play video on Netflix and it won't play. I noticed that it self-updated a couple times over the last few days but these updates did not solve the problem. I'm hoping that this problem can be fixed so that I can keep watching Netflix on Firefox, as I find Chrome and other browsers are very slow and laggy compared to Firefox. Thanks :)

Asked by teagankelk 1 year ago

Answered by Paul 1 year ago

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is there any way to hide the status bar (or pop-up) at the bottom left?

Hi, I'd like to get rid of the status bar at the bottom left corner. I know it goes away and it seems impossible to remove. But is there any way to remove it? I add an im… (read more)

Hi, I'd like to get rid of the status bar at the bottom left corner. I know it goes away and it seems impossible to remove. But is there any way to remove it? I add an image to show what I want to remove. Thanks in advance!

Asked by hyeseung97 2 years ago

Answered by cor-el 2 years ago

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Mozilla FTP Access via FileZilla is not working...

with the planed removal of FTP support from Firefox I am at my wits END... I cannot seem to get FileZilla to connect to ftp.mozilla.org what connection type should I sele… (read more)

with the planed removal of FTP support from Firefox I am at my wits END... I cannot seem to get FileZilla to connect to ftp.mozilla.org what connection type should I select and WHAT port number am I suppose to be using? anonymous login is fine right?

Asked by Melchior (aka Joseph) 2 years ago

Answered by cor-el 2 years ago

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Does anyone ever read feedback submitted through the Help menu?

Is the Help menu the best way to submit feedback to Mozilla? Does anyone actually read it? I've submitted feedback that way before but it feels like no one saw it. You do… (read more)

Is the Help menu the best way to submit feedback to Mozilla? Does anyone actually read it? I've submitted feedback that way before but it feels like no one saw it.

You don't even get a "sent" confirmation - all I get is a page saying something like "Your feedback will be used to improve Firefox", which doesn't confirm the feedback was sent!

I actually sent feedback about this last year, saying that the "sent" message should be clearer. But who knows if anyone saw it! LOL

Asked by MartyJames 2 years ago

Answered by McCoy 2 years ago

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Bookmarks gone after update - tried everything!

Hello helpers! I have lost my bookmarks and several add-ons after latest install (77.0.1). I can't find old profiles to use and restoring to an older bookmarks backup doe… (read more)

Hello helpers! I have lost my bookmarks and several add-ons after latest install (77.0.1). I can't find old profiles to use and restoring to an older bookmarks backup doesn't work either; I get an error message "unable to process the backup file - but it does at least see the last relevant version from 10.6.2020.

To compound the problem, whist working my way through several solutions offered on these forums, I hit the Refresh Firefox button, which created an Old Firefox Data folder on my desktop - but seems to only contains the new stuff after today's upgrade) AND I also reset my Firefox password and got the message that Personal Data will be lost so that has added to the problem. Basically a massive mess!

Can I revert to the older Version of Firefox or using an old computer backup or is there another way to fix this?? It's nearly 3000 bookmarks going way back to 2014 - I'd be gutted to lose it all.

I appreciate any help - thanks in advance! Nicole

Asked by nicole.heinzel 2 years ago

Answered by FredMcD 2 years ago

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Logins and passwordx

I am running Linux version of Firefox. It has just upgraded itself - without any warning that logins and passwords would no longer be accessible The upgrade cannot read p… (read more)

I am running Linux version of Firefox. It has just upgraded itself - without any warning that logins and passwords would no longer be accessible The upgrade cannot read previous version of my profile, so I cannot access login and password from my old profile I have used Profile Manager, but it refuses to open my previous profile with the updated Firefox. How can I access my passwords from before this update?

Asked by phil152 1 year ago

Answered by phil152 1 year ago

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How Do I Change/Disable Keyboard Shortcuts?

I do not use the majority of keyboard controls in Firefox-- only Ctrl+F. Lately, I've noticed that using Ctrl+I in editor windows also pops up the Page Info window, which… (read more)

I do not use the majority of keyboard controls in Firefox-- only Ctrl+F. Lately, I've noticed that using Ctrl+I in editor windows also pops up the Page Info window, which I have never used on purpose and am perfectly comfortable accessing via Firefox's menubar.

I have been searching for over an hour, and every Firefox add-on that I can find to fix this problem has been removed.

Ideally, I would like to be able to configure all of my keyboard shortcuts, but practically I will settle for being able to disable Ctrl-B, Ctrl-I, and Ctrl-U.

Asked by Viktyr C Gehrig 2 years ago

Last reply by jscher2000 - Support Volunteer 1 year ago

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How do I disable Firefox showing usernames in login boxes? (not the PW autofill)

When login credentials for a site are stored, firefox shows the associated usernames as drop-down in the edit field of a site login. Since this shows *all* accounts that … (read more)

When login credentials for a site are stored, firefox shows the associated usernames as drop-down in the edit field of a site login.

Since this shows *all* accounts that it knows for that site, I'd like to turn that off. I'd like to keep the auto-fill of passwords, once I've manually entered the username (as it was in the past).

I've only found how to deactivate the whole auto-fill for both: username and passwords.

Any way to get the old (=more discrete) behavior back?


Thanks!

Asked by P_the_B 1 year ago

Last reply by Scribe 1 year ago

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Firefox Account verification problem

Dear Volunteer, First of all, I have to thank you to build the community in your freetime. I've changed my computer. I have 2 firefox accounts, the first for private brow… (read more)

Dear Volunteer,

First of all, I have to thank you to build the community in your freetime. I've changed my computer. I have 2 firefox accounts, the first for private browsing, the second one for work browsing, and I use them via different Firefox profiles. The configuration of the private account (adam**********y@gmail.com) was succesful. But the configuration of the work account (s****i@orfk.police.hu) was not. I've used this accounts since 2013, and I'd reconfigured them so many times, and there wasn't any problem until now. The actually problem is the unreceived verigfication email. I've tried the actions below: - checking email working -> Perfectly works. - checking spam folder -> There is no any mail in the spam folder. - adding accounts@firefox.com to contact list -> Done. I did not get the verification emails. The administrators probably changed the security settings. I cannot log in, I cannot sync. I tried to send you this letter from my work e-mail, but I did not find any support address, just this option. How can I resolve this problem? Thans for your help.

Kind regards,

Adam Sterbinszky

Asked by adamsterbinszky 2 years ago

Last reply by Kiki 1 year ago

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iframe with self signed certificate not working

We have a website with self-signed certificate and when the site is loaded for first time, a warning is given and we click on "Accept the risk and continue" to load the … (read more)

We have a website with self-signed certificate and when the site is loaded for first time, a warning is given and we click on "Accept the risk and continue" to load the site. This behavior is acceptable as we have a self-signed certificate. After, logging in, we have an iframe in dashboard ( url in same domain) which doesn't get loaded [Empty screen without any prompts]. In chrome browser, after clicking on continue for the first time the site gets loaded, the iframe also gets loaded properly. In the same way, iframe is expected to load in safari browser as we have already agreed to continue(when site is loaded for first time) and url is also from same domain. Please guide me on how to resolve this issue.

Asked by flyingraijin 10 months ago

Last reply by jscher2000 - Support Volunteer 10 months ago

Firefox 107

My bank will no longer allow access to online banking. They say I have Firefox version 77 and that I need version 107 or higher. How do I get 107 installed on my deskto… (read more)

My bank will no longer allow access to online banking. They say I have Firefox version 77 and that I need version 107 or higher. How do I get 107 installed on my desktop?

Asked by davidauble52 1 month ago

Last reply by James 1 month ago

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How do I disable that terrible, cancerous, ridiculous MegaBar that I am forced to use now with 77?

The first time I noticed the Megabar (I believe it was FF75) I absolutely hated everything about it and ruins the experience using Firefox. I am also not alone in this ma… (read more)

The first time I noticed the Megabar (I believe it was FF75) I absolutely hated everything about it and ruins the experience using Firefox. I am also not alone in this matter because as soon as the change was established, communities popped within hours to fix the problem. The old way of fixing this eyesore of an issue was the old about:config and changing around the settings then VIOLA! back to normal. Now after the update to 77, the Megabar is back and forced down everyone's throat and the old about:config is no longer the fix to this terrible experience. Literally after an hour of this trashbar being up, videos and guides popped up to try to fix it. Whole communities have been formed to hate this feature and ask Firefox to change it, or at least make it optional to go back. My question is, looking through google has only come up with the chrome.css(?) fix to this mess. Is there any way to change it back to the old url bar without having to go through the chrome.css fix or just uninstalling and reinstalling a previous Firefox or do I have to just migrate to another browser like Opera or Chromium?

Asked by Joe 2 years ago

Last reply by cor-el 2 years ago

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sign in to firefox

i don't like icon single eye in password because i think is not user friendly to me ... cz like spying me ... why you don't say "show password..." and i will tell to eve… (read more)

i don't like icon single eye in password because i think is not user friendly to me ... cz like spying me ... why you don't say "show password..." and i will tell to everyone about that

thank's

Asked by syamsir.1g 1 year ago

Last reply by Wesley Branton 1 year ago