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Google sign-in pop-up persists after disabling

Hello Mozilla Support, Google sign-in pop-up persists after disabling it. I have searched the web for this solution, enacted them, but the problem persists even after I h… (read more)

Hello Mozilla Support, Google sign-in pop-up persists after disabling it. I have searched the web for this solution, enacted them, but the problem persists even after I have turned off the feature in my Google account. (See my attached images.) Some posts have commented that the problem persists in the Firefox browser, but not in other browsers. Thank you for support.

Asked by DJ Dirk 1 month ago

Last reply by timestreasures 6 days ago

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Two step authetification

I'm trying to sign into/sync Firefox on a new phone. It keeps saying I need to get code from authenticator app. I don't have one! I try to scan IR code from computer, but… (read more)

I'm trying to sign into/sync Firefox on a new phone. It keeps saying I need to get code from authenticator app. I don't have one! I try to scan IR code from computer, but it still requires a code. Sometimes it says it is sending a code to my email address. It does not. I ask it to resend code but it never does. I am logged into Firefox on my computer, is there a way to turn off the authenticator or otherwise solve this problem?

Asked by ToastyMo 6 months ago

Last reply by vc7ybp1nz 2 months ago

i cant open google and youtube

hi when i use lantern proxy, i cant open any site related to google! like youtube or gmail. but chrome browser can open them ! i love firefox and don't want to use anothe… (read more)

hi when i use lantern proxy, i cant open any site related to google! like youtube or gmail. but chrome browser can open them ! i love firefox and don't want to use another browser What should i do? thank you

Asked by afish 5 months ago

Last reply by jonzn4SUSE 5 months ago

Firefox restore sessions even after disabling the option from about:config

I've tried the solution from this closed thread and it doesn't help. I'm on Debian based Linux using Firefox version 103.0 https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/13… (read more)

I've tried the solution from this closed thread and it doesn't help. I'm on Debian based Linux using Firefox version 103.0

https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1349553

from about:config, every sessionstore has been disabled and sessionstore.max_resumed_crashes set to 0

If I close my firefox using 'x' or shut down computer before closing firefox directl, firefox restores the previous session. From a thread on support site that I can't find anymore, I read that the fault was that, firefox was reverting to default settings before closing when using 'x' instead of File -> Exit.

I can't believe such a massive hole still isn't fixed. For me, the worst that can happen is someone will see a site that I find embarrassing on restarting. As stated in the other thread, if you're a journalist or someone else, in certain countries, this can become a life of death situation. Along with other shenanigans Firefox has been pulling, this kind of drives home the point that Firefox isn't the browser anymore if privacy and security is your main concern.

Asked by frankiehankie 4 months ago

Last reply by cor-el 4 months ago

Manage pop up blocker exceptions.

I need to exempt a site from the pop up blocker process. When I go to Privacy & Settings/Manage Exceptions, there is no text box or other way for me to enter the sit… (read more)

I need to exempt a site from the pop up blocker process. When I go to Privacy & Settings/Manage Exceptions, there is no text box or other way for me to enter the site. Am I doing something wrong or do I need to change some other setting to allow exceptions?

Asked by dkhinrich 4 months ago

Last reply by sharishowalter 3 months ago

Google

Why are there so many Google tools embedded in Firefox? Many of us don't trust Google at all, and in the current environment of increasing surveillance, it seems very str… (read more)

Why are there so many Google tools embedded in Firefox? Many of us don't trust Google at all, and in the current environment of increasing surveillance, it seems very strange to find many Google processes in Firefox.

Asked by john820 4 months ago

Last reply by Dropa 4 months ago

Firefox not saving settings

Firefox is not saving my settings when I close it. This can happen for various settings, e. g. if I allow a pop-up exception, or a cookie override exception, for a speci… (read more)

Firefox is not saving my settings when I close it. This can happen for various settings, e. g. if I allow a pop-up exception, or a cookie override exception, for a specific site, and save the setting, it will be gone whenever I close and restart Firefox.

Also, bookmarks are not saved - apparently somewhat randomly.

I currently have Firefox 160.0.6 64 bit. However, this has been going on with the last several versions of Firefox.

I have uninstalled Firefox, discarded the folder containing my profile, then reinstalled Firefox. But the problem still exists.

Asked by gawhitemt 2 months ago

Last reply by techguy150 2 months ago

No option to save credit cards in Firefox 107

Hello, I cannot save my credit card number in Firefox, in Settings I don't even have the option to save them and the directions in the Firefox help don't work. #2 below t… (read more)

Hello,

I cannot save my credit card number in Firefox, in Settings I don't even have the option to save them and the directions in the Firefox help don't work. #2 below there is no Forms and Autofill section in the settings let alone a credit card option.

  1. Click the menu button Button and select Settings.
  2. Click the Privacy & Security panel and scroll down to the Forms and Autofill section.
  3. Click the checkbox next to Autofill credit cards to turn it on, or uncheck the box to turn it off.

Any help to what's going on would be great.

Firefox 107 (64-bit) on Windows 11

Thanks, Luke

Asked by Luke 2 months ago

Last reply by TyDraniu 2 months ago

Google login request

Why i am suddenly getting Google log-in requests when I first open some websites in my Firefox browser on Mac OS Monterey? This was not happening before; it has started i… (read more)

Why i am suddenly getting Google log-in requests when I first open some websites in my Firefox browser on Mac OS Monterey? This was not happening before; it has started in the past couple of weeks and is extremely annoying. I do everything possible to stop providing Google with any information about me. One of the ways I thought I was doing that was by using the Firefox browser. But apparently not, since Google is able to infiltrate the browser and ask for a sign-in. It is not possible that Google is doing this without Firefox/Mozilla awareness of it.

Asked by bexyo 2 months ago

Last reply by Terry 2 months ago

Mic stoped working at some sites after upgrade

I use a web app for learning guitar at https://www.fender.com/play It used the microphone to grade your playing Using Firefox 107.0 (64 bit) under Linux Mint - after a re… (read more)

I use a web app for learning guitar at https://www.fender.com/play It used the microphone to grade your playing Using Firefox 107.0 (64 bit) under Linux Mint - after a recent upgrade the mic stopped working at this site Fender play says, " Microphone access | We require microphone access to give feedback on your playing | Please click "Allow" or "Share"above to provide it for us."

But 'old' dialog box requesting permission never shows up. Address bar shows 'mic icon', but clicking on it does nothing

If I google "mic test" the mic seems to work fine at a "testing" site

I think Fender actually uses MatchMySound1.com to analyze -- Has some setting permission possibly changed? Works in Firefox 102.5esr using Debian

BTW: = Settings | Privacy & Security | microphone [settings] doesn't seem useful

Thanks in advance

Asked by kenkingtoo 2 months ago

Last reply by willjoe24421 1 week ago

google

Everytime i search i keep getting popups with google asking me to sign in using google. No one is aking me to sign in and google is not my search engine. Google is the op… (read more)

Everytime i search i keep getting popups with google asking me to sign in using google. No one is aking me to sign in and google is not my search engine. Google is the opposite of private and i believe its just another way to spy on me. I want it stopped. Im amazed you even allow the biggest spies on the internet to be part of your website!

Asked by wt.51const 1 month ago

Last reply by Terry 1 month ago

Firefox not recognizing SSL cert, but only on company network

On our company network Firefox doesn't see the SSL certificate. Outside of the office network it sees the certificate just fine. This only happens with Firefox and no oth… (read more)

On our company network Firefox doesn't see the SSL certificate. Outside of the office network it sees the certificate just fine. This only happens with Firefox and no other browser. We're trying to figure out what it could possibly be that only affects Firefox.

Asked by orlex44 1 week ago

Last reply by techguy150 1 week ago

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Yahoo intruded and set itself as default search, even though Google was and is still listed as default.

Yahoo intruded and functions as default search, even though Google has been and is still designated as default in the settings. I removed Yahoo from the list of 1-click b… (read more)

Yahoo intruded and functions as default search, even though Google has been and is still designated as default in the settings. I removed Yahoo from the list of 1-click browsers, but that didn't affect its unwanted function as default search. This began out of the blue several days ago, and I have no idea how. I dislike Yahoo in general and have not been on that site. I'm getting really frustrated!

Asked by hejsan13 2 years ago

Last reply by jscher2000 - Support Volunteer 1 year ago

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DOH not encrypting some items

While trying to understand why maps.google.com would not connect I opened "about:networking" and looked at the http list and noticed that maps.google.com and "ocsp.digice… (read more)

While trying to understand why maps.google.com would not connect I opened "about:networking" and looked at the http list and noticed that maps.google.com and "ocsp.digicert.com where not encrypted using https.

Can anyone tell me why https on FF which is configured to use D.O.H. does not show all connections using port 443? Enclosed is the list.

Asked by Mace2 2 years ago

Last reply by BenzJamin129 1 year ago