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With Waterfox 2020.03 why can't I see the thumbnail pictures in Google Photos albums?

Starting a few days ago, the thumbnail images in Google Photos albums 'vanished' - see the screenshot. The same thing happened in a Chrome browser, but I upgraded to the… (read more)

Starting a few days ago, the thumbnail images in Google Photos albums 'vanished' - see the screenshot. The same thing happened in a Chrome browser, but I upgraded to the latest Chrome version, and that fixed the problem with that browser. Waterfox is still compromised in this regard. (Per the second screen shot, the 'album covers' images are OK, and if you click on a 'blank' thumbnail in an album, the corresponding image loads.) Any clues here, folks? Thank you . . .

Asked by Bruce Wheeler 1 year ago

Last reply by FredMcD 1 year ago

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Firefox 74 tabs on bottom - Overlapping panel issue

Please see https://stackoverflow.com/questions/60678417/firefox-74-tabs-on-bottom-overlapping-panel-issue or https://www.reddit.com/r/firefox/comments/fhoelc/firefox_74_t… (read more)

Asked by aleksandr.blekh 1 year ago

Last reply by cor-el 1 year ago

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Two address bar problems

I'm using Windows 10 on one computer and Windows 7 on another need a solution which will work for both. When I upgraded to Firefox 72, I think it was, I had a problem wi… (read more)

I'm using Windows 10 on one computer and Windows 7 on another need a solution which will work for both.

When I upgraded to Firefox 72, I think it was, I had a problem with the tabs which I wanted to show below the address bar. Someone from this forum helped by guiding me to a userChrome change and a userContent.css file. That worked fine and the tabs were below the address bar.

The next time I upgraded Firefox to 75 I think it was, the address bar wasn't working the way it used to. I wanted to be able to have the whole address bar selected when I clicked on it so I could type over what was there and enter a new address. Again, someone on this forum very kindly helped me by showing me how to change the settings on browser.urlbar.OpenViewOnFocus and 3 others and the problem was solved.

Now I come to Firefox 77 and the tabs are showing above the address bar again AND the address bar is no longer working as I wanted it to.

The OpenViewOnFocus settings are the way they I was advised to change them, but the tabs are still above the address bar. Someone acknowledged that changing the OpenViewOnFocus will no longer correct the tab locations and suggested a userChrome.css change. But I've already got one program in the userChrome.css file that I used the fix the address bar program.

Can I have two different programs in the userChrome.css field?

If so, can anyone help with the userChrome.css program that would take care of both problems? and do I still need the userContent.css file?

Why does Firefox keep doing this?

Asked by mikejanus 1 year ago

Last reply by Mike Janus 1 year ago

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customizing colors

In Google search the default colors for links are blue for a link that I haven't looked at and a slightly different shade of blue. I have trouble seeing the difference be… (read more)

In Google search the default colors for links are blue for a link that I haven't looked at and a slightly different shade of blue. I have trouble seeing the difference between the 2. I have changed the link color of the link that I clicked on to orange. But when I change the "override colors specified by the page with your selections above" from "never" to "always". It changes the colors on the web page. How do I keep the orange color on visited links without effecting the colors on the web pages?

Steve

Asked by reble 1 year ago

Last reply by cor-el 1 year ago