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When using Firefox for Android on my mobile device, I frequently see a blue dot on the bottom right corner of the padlock icon in the address bar. I cannot locate an icon… (read more)

When using Firefox for Android on my mobile device, I frequently see a blue dot on the bottom right corner of the padlock icon in the address bar. I cannot locate an icon legend in the Support section. Can anyone explain why the blue dot is there?

Asked by ericka_martin 3 months ago

Answered by Seburo 3 months ago

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Why in this browser only Facebook shows pages like this instead of the normal dark mode? This problem does not exist in other browsers, it only happens on Facebook … (read more)

Why in this browser only Facebook shows pages like this instead of the normal dark mode? This problem does not exist in other browsers, it only happens on Facebook

Asked by bosman280 3 months ago

Last reply by Seburo 2 months ago

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allowing 3rd party cookies on android app

On my Firefox app for android, I need to allow third-party cookies for a specific website. I've been able to accomplish this on my desktop version of Firefox but cannot s… (read more)

On my Firefox app for android, I need to allow third-party cookies for a specific website. I've been able to accomplish this on my desktop version of Firefox but cannot seem to do it through the settings available on the Firefox app for android. Is there a way to do this?

Asked by kentuckycheesehead 3 months ago

Answered by Seburo 3 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 3 months ago

Answered by Seburo 3 months ago