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When I download a file the download window is full screen size, how do I reduce the size?

I was downloading a file from a Yahoo email account, I clicked on the download arrow & got the "what should firefox do with this file" window. Then I clicked on the [… (read more)

I was downloading a file from a Yahoo email account, I clicked on the download arrow & got the "what should firefox do with this file" window. Then I clicked on the [OK] button & did something with my fat fingers and the "Enter name of file to save" window came up & expanded to fill my whole screen. I don't like that & I want it to reduce in size again, how do I do that? What keys did my fat fingers accidentally press to get it to expand? WHat keys to I press to get it to reduce in size? (Ctrl - = does not work)

Thanks, Phil

Asked by sweepspk 1 year ago

Answered by Franz_von_Suppe 1 year ago

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The Firefox 76.0 update just broke Google Maps so I cannot move the map in any direction. How do I fix this?

How can I roll back to the previous version of Firefox? It just updated without my knowledge to version 76.0 and it broke Google Maps. I cannot "grab" the maps and moved… (read more)

How can I roll back to the previous version of Firefox?

It just updated without my knowledge to version 76.0 and it broke Google Maps. I cannot "grab" the maps and moved them in any direction, an extremely very important feature. It's not Google, because I tried the identical maps using Opera, Chrome and Brave and it's working fine on all three of those browsers. Thanks for your help.

Asked by zob 1 year ago

Answered by cor-el 1 year ago

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Site Logins Go Stale

This is more informational than anything else but I wanted to add it to the knowledge base... On several sites, especially FoxNews, my site login goes stale after a few h… (read more)

This is more informational than anything else but I wanted to add it to the knowledge base...

On several sites, especially FoxNews, my site login goes stale after a few hours. Nothing would solve the problem except closing FireFox and going through the login procedure again.

The fix I finally found is to Clear History of everything, then the current login works again.

Asked by JoeJupa 1 year ago

Answered by JoeJupa 1 year ago

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Getting this message when I use Firefox: Universal bypass for firefox is now self-hosted. You will no longer get updates unless you re-install it.???

I just started getting this message everytime I use Firefox: "Universal bypass for firefox is now self-hosted. You will no longer get updates unless you re-install it."… (read more)

I just started getting this message everytime I use Firefox: "Universal bypass for firefox is now self-hosted. You will no longer get updates unless you re-install it." What does this mean and how do I get it to stop appearing on my web page? If I click on it it disappears but pops up again whenever I go to the next page. It is extremely irritating.

Asked by jimcoppage2 1 year ago

Answered by jscher2000 1 year ago

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Firefox started getting flagged by Emsisoft as malware

This latest version of FIrefox is getting flagged by Emsisoft as follows: ============== Behavior Blocker detected suspicious behavior "CodeInjector" of (x86)\Mozilla Fi… (read more)

This latest version of FIrefox is getting flagged by Emsisoft as follows:

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Behavior Blocker detected suspicious behavior "CodeInjector" of (x86)\Mozilla Firefox\updated\firefox.exe

A notification message "Suspicious behavior has been found in the following program: (x86)\Mozilla Firefox\updated\firefox.exe" has been shown

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Firefox 77.0.1 Emsisoft 2020.6.0.10209 Windows 7

Asked by Raven Lord 1 year ago

Answered by Raven Lord 1 year ago

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Maximizing Firefox's window will result in a portion being hidden behind dock Mac OSX CATALINA

I am on Catalina OSX and when I press the maximize button (Alt + the green button, just so you know I am not making it full screen), or double click the top bar of firefo… (read more)

I am on Catalina OSX and when I press the maximize button (Alt + the green button, just so you know I am not making it full screen), or double click the top bar of firefox, it stretches the window all the way down resulting in the dock hiding a portion of it. This is the only app that has this behaviour and I tried looking around in firefox's settings to no avail :(

I can manually resize the window so it won't overlap with the dock but as soon as I quit and come back to it, it resets to the original problematic size.


Please help ! Pretty pretty pleeeease!

Thanks for your time and I hope every one of you is safe in these dire times!

Asked by cyrgabriel 1 year ago

Answered by ARMAN KHAN 1 year ago

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Today’s Firefox windows update broke windows 10 connection to the internet.

This has happened to 5 individual computers updated at different times today. As each one updates it goes off line. LAN works fine but Firefox seems to have altered somet… (read more)

This has happened to 5 individual computers updated at different times today. As each one updates it goes off line. LAN works fine but Firefox seems to have altered something in windows 10 OS that kills that individual computers connection to the internet.

Asked by suquamish 1 year ago

Answered by FredMcD 1 year ago

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Updated to 78.0.1 (64-bit)

Just updated to the latest version but when I load up Firefox and select a website, it isn't loading the page. I've tried other browsers and these work. I've cleared my c… (read more)

Just updated to the latest version but when I load up Firefox and select a website, it isn't loading the page.

I've tried other browsers and these work.

I've cleared my cache and history and reset my connection and still the same, won't load a page.

Asked by chris_godfrey01 1 year ago

Answered by FredMcD 1 year ago