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Can not save images from Google Images (Android)

Can not save images from Google Images, by holding down on the image, and then tapping save image. The menu simply does not pop-up. Holding down on the image results in s… (read more)

Can not save images from Google Images, by holding down on the image, and then tapping save image. The menu simply does not pop-up. Holding down on the image results in selection of the image description below. Sometimes you can not save it form the website either, but that is because of website configuration and you can not save it on other browsers, but on other browsers you can save from Google Images by holding down on an image, so it is only the issue of Firefox and not the Google Images website. This issue seems to be present for over 2 years based on online feedback, and it is still not fixed.

Asked by hemasalam.m.ali 1 year ago

Answered by Paul 1 year ago

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Private Browsing history

On Android - Recently noticed that even when using Private Browsing and Quitting correctly my last sites visited will appear under Android, Settings, Notifications, Advan… (read more)

On Android - Recently noticed that even when using Private Browsing and Quitting correctly my last sites visited will appear under Android, Settings, Notifications, Advanced Settings, Notifications History, Firefox. Note that my Firefox Notifications are turned off.

Asked by Dana 1 year ago

Last reply by Dana 1 year ago

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Firefox china android

Dear Firefox Team, I am writing to express my frustration with the practice of page-force blocking that is implemented by your browser in China. As a user, I have notice… (read more)

Dear Firefox Team,

I am writing to express my frustration with the practice of page-force blocking that is implemented by your browser in China. As a user, I have noticed that when a website is blocked by Firefox China, it only serves as an annoyance rather than actually solving the problem.

I have a few questions regarding this practice. Firstly, how does the idea of blocking websites by the browser to prevent users from accessing a website that China government doesn’t like actually work? Users can always switch browsers or use other technology if they want to access a website, so what is the point of implementing such a feature?

Moreover, I fail to understand why Firefox would choose to increase user annoyance by page-force blocking that user can’t turn off instead of solving the problem at hand. It seems that this approach only exacerbates the issue and causes more frustration for users.

In conclusion, I would like to request that the Firefox headquarter team reconsider their current approach towards blocking websites in China. Instead of page-force blocking, perhaps there are alternative solutions that could be explored to better address the issue at hand.

Thank you for your attention to this matter.

Sincerely, HZ

Asked by L965 1 year ago

Last reply by Paul 1 year ago