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Asked by SeanMicheal_F 1 week ago

Last reply by Paul 1 week ago

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Restore previous version

Hi everyone! How can I restore a previous version of Firefox on my Galaxy J4+? I tried to follow instructions that started with "in search box type: about:preferences#adv… (read more)

Hi everyone!

How can I restore a previous version of Firefox on my Galaxy J4+? I tried to follow instructions that started with "in search box type: about:preferences#advanced". That didn't work.

I also opened http://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/firefox/releases/83.0/win32/ I don't know which version I had before this one, in which the search bar is at the bottom. I just figured 83 was far back enough! But the .exe file I downloaded could no be opened by my phone.

Below is the current version: (I hate this version. So sad. Firefox was excellent. But if I can restore a previous version, that would be great.) 86.1.1 (Build #2015794881) AC: 72.0.16, f4aa67a9c GV: 86.0-20210222142601 AS: 67.2.0

Thank you for your help!!! Mabel

Asked by mabel_rodz 11 months ago

Last reply by Paul 10 months ago

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Open local html file on android

Hi, how can I open a local html file with firefox 86 on android 9? It's like firefox no longer registers itself as a valid program/association to open html files. What I'… (read more)

Hi, how can I open a local html file with firefox 86 on android 9? It's like firefox no longer registers itself as a valid program/association to open html files.

What I've tried so far: 1) If I type file:/// in the URL bar, nothing happens. It works on Opera. 2) If I go to a file manager, select an html file, and click "Open with", firefox doesn't show up; Chrome and Opera do. 3) If I go to the android settings > applications > firefox > associations, firefox shows no associated file types at all.

The HTML language isn't only used on the Internet, it's also used for local documents, please allow us to use firefox to view our local html files.

Asked by Alkis Georgoopoulos 1 year ago

Answered by Paul 1 year ago

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recovering what I wrote.

I'm doing a diary for a research , and needed to access the page , and update at different times, I wrote a long first day, and when I went back it's not there, all that … (read more)

I'm doing a diary for a research , and needed to access the page , and update at different times, I wrote a long first day, and when I went back it's not there, all that I wrote is gone, I rewrote went to another tab to get a screen shot, went back and everything is gone again, I need it, how do I recover it please help, I get paid for doing this, and please can someone help me get it back.

Asked by hayjude777 1 year ago

Last reply by Paul 1 year ago

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Android app doesn't show same result as web app for special terms

Hello, i was wondering why android version doesn't show the same result/options for some "special" search like desktop version. For example - search "nba" in google. D… (read more)

Hello, i was wondering why android version doesn't show the same result/options for some "special" search like desktop version. For example - search "nba" in google. Desktop version shows much richer content with options to expand, go to each game details etc, but android does not. Is it supposed to be like this?

Asked by Zivke 1 year ago

Last reply by TyDraniu 1 year ago

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Firefox Profile's Contract E-mail Address(es)

I would like Mozilla foundation to allow more 1 (one) e-mail address in my Mozilla Account's Profile Sheet!.. At least... 2 ones (or... more?..)!!. Why?.. 1st one ('priv… (read more)

I would like Mozilla foundation to allow more 1 (one) e-mail address in my Mozilla Account's Profile Sheet!.. At least... 2 ones (or... more?..)!!. Why?.. 1st one ('private'/closed) is for... as well browsing's

    synchronization services

[¡] as a user's exclusive communication a to

    Mozilla Foundation's 

employee(s) about Mozilla's products &/or services (Password's reset/recovery etc.) [¡¡]

&

2nd one ('public'/open) is for a user's communication to other Firefox/Thunderbird dedicated

    forum(s)'s

[¡] users...

Above is minimum: 2 address(es)... But if there were 3 (three) independent options, so...

&

3rd one ('private'/closed) is for Mozilla Foundation's

    products &/or services

[¡] (Password's reset/recovery; web browsing synchronization etc.)!..

And this address should be as well 1st (Options List... of addresses) as so called

    'Default One

[¡]. At least... I.M.H.O.!!.

Résumé: is it possible? to extend list of contact e-mails (for every Firefox/Mozilla Account) up to... 3 (three) ones?!. Thank U in advance!!!

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Asked by WAP4Web 1 year ago

Last reply by Paul 1 year ago

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garbled text, Firefox for Android

Using Firefox for Android on new Samsung phone. Some text on web sites appears garbled, like some letters came loose and landed on others on that line. Sometimes turnin… (read more)

Using Firefox for Android on new Samsung phone. Some text on web sites appears garbled, like some letters came loose and landed on others on that line. Sometimes turning the phone sideways fixes it, temporarily. Is there anything I can do?

Asked by KJ2008a 1 year ago

Last reply by KJ2008a 1 year ago

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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 year ago

Last reply by Joss 1 year ago

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'Desktop site' setting no longer sticky

Since the last major design release I've found that the 'Desktop site' setting is no longer sticky and has to be re-enabled every time a tab is reloaded. This is annoying… (read more)

Since the last major design release I've found that the 'Desktop site' setting is no longer sticky and has to be re-enabled every time a tab is reloaded. This is annoying for sites that I always view in Desktop layout.

Asked by ᴅʀᴀʏᴢᴇɴ 1 year ago

Answered by Paul 1 year ago