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Threatening Huckers

Some 4months back from now,i have been experiencing hard life,some unknown people have been following me by hucking me thus collecting my data,and This has left my life i… (read more)

Some 4months back from now,i have been experiencing hard life,some unknown people have been following me by hucking me thus collecting my data,and This has left my life in a dilemma situation, even if i change my accounts, they still go ahead with their habits, please

Asked by bisikkishamy 3 days ago

Videos not occupying full video frame

This issue mostly occures when I'm using my tablet (Tab S6) horizontally. I do not notice this on my mobile phone (Note 9) currently, it used to happen a few months ago a… (read more)

This issue mostly occures when I'm using my tablet (Tab S6) horizontally. I do not notice this on my mobile phone (Note 9) currently, it used to happen a few months ago after the major changes were made. It occures 100% of the time on YouTube when not in fullscreen mode. It occurs every once in a while when in fullscreen mode.

For other websites it occurs randomly.

Switching between desktop mode and mobile mode does not make any difference. Restarting the browser does not make a difference. Reinstalling the browser does not make any difference.

Asked by Edward 3 days ago

Android: Top DOM elements glitch out

Websites that try to stick elements at the top of the screen, produce a jittery gap effect when you scroll up and down on Firefox Android. Happens for Reddit threads, for… (read more)

Websites that try to stick elements at the top of the screen, produce a jittery gap effect when you scroll up and down on Firefox Android.

Happens for Reddit threads, for example. This gives me a headache.

Asked by mcandre 3 days ago

introduction to use of Firefox

With collections, pocket and other innovations, I can't understand how Mozilla.org thinks one should use a web browser. An example is the lack of the ability to print to … (read more)

With collections, pocket and other innovations, I can't understand how Mozilla.org thinks one should use a web browser. An example is the lack of the ability to print to pdf. This is vital to preserve information before it has been altered to make it more politically acceptable to the powers that be. I've been using the Internet since 1990 and I'm struggling to follow the logic of Firefox for Android.

Asked by BrianLHazeldine 1 month ago

Last reply by Joss 4 days ago

youtube always at maximum resolution

When I watch a video on YouTube its always on maximum quality 2160p and so firefox has to buffer every 5 seconds (my Wi-Fi is not very fast) Even when I change the settin… (read more)

When I watch a video on YouTube its always on maximum quality 2160p and so firefox has to buffer every 5 seconds (my Wi-Fi is not very fast)

Even when I change the settings (see screenshots below ) to auto or a lower quality It changes back to the original high quality

Android 11 Xiaomi pocophone F1 Wed 14 april 2021 Firefox ver 87.0.0-rc.1

Asked by pfavayi 4 days ago