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Firefox update 63.0.1 is "super" slow. Nothing in the fix suggestions works.

This has been an ongoing problem that started, first with update 63.0, and continues with update 63.0.1. I have tried multiple fix suggestions, including the very disappo… (lire la suite)

This has been an ongoing problem that started, first with update 63.0, and continues with update 63.0.1.

I have tried multiple fix suggestions, including the very disappointing "refresh Firefox" option. While that did nothing to cure the problem, it did wipe out every saved password. That, to be blunt, really ticked me off. It says this fix solution will keep our saved information, with no mention of erasing passwords.

Second, I changed the Network Settings as directed, from Use system proxy settings to auto-detect proxy settings for this network. I have been cautioned NOT to use the no proxy option, because it has a chance of rendering some websites unavailable. Not interested in messing up my browsing experience any worse than these recent Firefox updates have accomplished by themselves.

All these problems aside, my biggest disappointment is in the total lack of communication from Mozilla. While I value the Firefox ideology and the mission to provide a more private internet browsing experience, all this is worthless to me if my pages load at something akin to dial-up speeds.

At this juncture I have no choice but to use Google Chrome until someone can provide me with a workable solution, a solution that doesn't send me back to square one with all my saved Firefox information. If that is the only remedy, I might as well switch my default browser now and begin to re-acclimate myself to the changes.

Thanks.

Asked by ProfessorCNut il y a 1 an

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Firefox is the only browser that doesn't render Google Map images, it needs to be programmed correctly.

Click any image on the left in this Google Map Images and it should show up in full on the right, but Alas, Firefox is the only browser that is incapable of rendering the… (lire la suite)

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Firefox hangs when opening a new tab or new webpage.

Firefox hangs when I open a new tab or new webpage. It's really annoying! Everytime I do the automatic updates this shit happens. I used to go to one of the articles wher… (lire la suite)

Firefox hangs when I open a new tab or new webpage. It's really annoying!

Everytime I do the automatic updates this shit happens. I used to go to one of the articles where it gave me instructions on how to reset my preferences, but that thread has since been modified, it now says to delete my pref.js, but that doesn't fix the issue anymore.

So i'm resorting to actually making a god damn account and asking why this shit keeps happening. I uninstalled Firefox and re-installed aswell, but it saved some of my data which I kinda need (bookmarks). That doesn't help.

I know that resetting my preferences back to default every update used to fix it, but I forget how now. Thanks...

Can someone just tell me how to fix it so I can update without having to do all this shit again.

I have only one extension and that is adblockerplus. Not likely the cause as it does this aswell without.

Asked by LimeGlass il y a 1 an

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how do I permantly add exceptions

i use a wifi connection offered by my landlord that requires a log in process. it includes a Dell firewall. the certificate is considered unsafe by Mozilla. Mozilla allow… (lire la suite)

i use a wifi connection offered by my landlord that requires a log in process. it includes a Dell firewall. the certificate is considered unsafe by Mozilla. Mozilla allows me to add an exception, and the window that comes up has an option to make the exception permanent, but it wont allow me to check the box to make it permanent. it would make things easier if i could make the exception permanent. how do i make this certificate a permanent exception? thank you for your time in this matter, and have a great day!

Asked by Greg juu-st Greg il y a 1 an

Answered by McCoy il y a 1 an

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You updated Firefox and now links I had in One Tab are missing! How do I get them all back?

I am livid!!! I opened Firefox after work and, instead of having a nice evening, I'm having to reconstruct Firefox. Every time Firefox updates I have to go through this … (lire la suite)

I am livid!!!

I opened Firefox after work and, instead of having a nice evening, I'm having to reconstruct Firefox. Every time Firefox updates I have to go through this crap because it messes up my browser and I have to take my time getting it back to the way it should be. Missing pinned tabs. Missing links. Missing add ons. Missing search field. Missing download icon. Etc.

It is freaking ridiculous!!!

I have the add on One Tab with a ton of links. Every single link is gone. I need about 7 of those links right now and don't remember their origins to find them again. I saved them for a reason.

I followed the instructions that One Tab gives for getting links back but it doesn't work.

Everything was just fine until Firefox did this...again. My links were where they were supposed to be. This isn't the first time a Firefox update has lost links for me. I won't do it again. I'll go to Chrome because I can't take this anymore.

Can anyone tell me how to get my One Tab links back? Please tell me this is doable or I am going to just start crying.

Asked by cadwellm il y a 1 an

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Firefox forced update: the last Straw

Mozilla's latest policy change, forcing FF updates and the latest messages to update are the " last straw." I don't like my computer resources being high jacked to per… (lire la suite)

Mozilla's latest policy change, forcing FF updates and the latest messages to update are the " last straw." I don't like my computer resources being high jacked to perform upgrades but prefer to do them manually each month or so. The latest message appearing in the upper right hand corner is very annoying. I've been using FF and it's predecessor Netscape for a long time but the upgrade issue is a significant problem. This web browser will be missed. Thank you for the run.

Asked by nbarc il y a 1 an

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Latest Firefox has problems displaying NYTimes videos. NYTimes says Chrome is better. Why?

After the last couple of updates, Firefox now gets stuck when I try to watch a video withing an article on the nytimes.com web site; I just get a little arrow going aroun… (lire la suite)

After the last couple of updates, Firefox now gets stuck when I try to watch a video withing an article on the nytimes.com web site; I just get a little arrow going around in an endless circle. In the past, videos would play o.k.

So in order to view a video, I must copy and paste the link into a Chrome browser, where the video plays immediately.

When I asked the NYTimes web support tech about it, he replied, "Certain browsers have issues supporting the NYT. We recommend using Google Chrome to view the NYT content if possible."

Why does Chrome play videos perfectly and Firefox not at all on this important site?

I have no problems with Firefox playing videos at other sites.

Here's an example page. No show with Firefox, o.k. with Chrome.

https://www.nytimes.com/2018/09/17/us/politics/kavanaugh-allegations-ford-palo-alto.html

Asked by mozlarry il y a 1 an

Answered by jscher2000 il y a 1 an

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I've gone over to Chrome

Firefox has gotten worse and worse. I updated FF and can't view all of my Facebook pages because I need to activate Javascript but FF doesn't allow it, making FB useless… (lire la suite)

Firefox has gotten worse and worse. I updated FF and can't view all of my Facebook pages because I need to activate Javascript but FF doesn't allow it, making FB useless on Firefox. What a waste!

John

Asked by squonk il y a 1 an

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If firefox is a Google product and Google has been proven BIASED ?

Google has been proven to be biased against Republicans and Firefox has a voting package ! How do I know that Firefox/Google is not trying to push voters to the left ????… (lire la suite)

Google has been proven to be biased against Republicans and Firefox has a voting package ! How do I know that Firefox/Google is not trying to push voters to the left ??????????????????

Asked by Bedroom il y a 1 an

Answered by McCoy il y a 1 an

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Disable autoplay media and all annoying notifications permantly!

Hi all, After searching and applying several settings, I am still getting those annoying messages, popups and whatsoever. No matter what I do. I always preferred Firefox … (lire la suite)

Hi all,

After searching and applying several settings, I am still getting those annoying messages, popups and whatsoever. No matter what I do. I always preferred Firefox as my most favorable browser for many, many years, however I noticed that I started using Chrome more and more because of all these little annoyances.

The last few things I tried are:

about:config dom.webnotifications.enabled (false) dom.push.enabled (false) dom.webnotifications.serviceworker.enabled (false) (for notifications)

about:config media.autoplay.allow-muted (false) media.autoplay.default (2) (for autoplay media)

These ones didn't help: media.autoplay.enabled.user-gestures-needed (false) media.autoplay.ask-permission (false)

Though media doesn't autoplay, I do get a notifcation about if I want to play the media or something similar. Sigh.

Also the help page on Firefox doesn't help at all, like this one: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/block-autoplay For example; I don't have the "For websites that autoplay sound"-option at all there. See screenshot included.

So what I am trying to here (maybe someone can give me the exact config options):

1. Disable permantly the auto-play function for all media and for all websites 2. Disable every single notification type; I don't want to be asked if I want to play media/sound/music, nor do I want to be asked if I want website notifications or any other kind of notification. I don't want to see a single message at all!!

I hope someone can give me the right settings and/or what to change to make this happen permantly. It's driving me nuts....! Seriously. NUTS! :S

Sidenote; I am also experiencing issues with Firefox on my OnePlus 6T. Sometimes when I enter an URL it doesn't load at all, the screen stays white and doesn't do anything. Closing and starting the app doesn't help. The only solution (sometimes) is to close all my tabs (doesn't matter if it's 10, 40 or 99 tabs). If that fails the solution is a reboot of the phone. And no, it's not the internet connection because a) Chrome wouldn't work, b) nor my other apps. I do use Synchronization between my accounts. The OnePlus 6T was a fresh installation from a couple of weeks ago. Before that (and on my other phone) I had this issue also....

Maybe someone can shed some light as well on the Android issue??

Thank you in advance!

Regards

Asked by HHawk il y a 1 an

Last reply by cor-el il y a 1 an

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Revert FF75 search bar

I've changed the settings found in this thread to remove the suggestions: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1283813 I also want to revert the stupid focus effec… (lire la suite)

I've changed the settings found in this thread to remove the suggestions: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1283813

I also want to revert the stupid focus effect on the search bar. This is a classic case of "don't fix what isn't broken". I'd love to know if the people making these decisions at Mozilla actually use their product. From my experience in large orgs with product owners, I'd bet my entire paycheck that they don't.

Asked by daxter il y a 2 mois

Answered by Wesley Branton il y a 2 mois

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Issue with login on nbcsports.com

On nbcsports.com domain, most pages have a comment section. There is no login to the website itself, but you can comment on the articles by signing in via several options… (lire la suite)

On nbcsports.com domain, most pages have a comment section. There is no login to the website itself, but you can comment on the articles by signing in via several options- Google, Yahoo, Microsoft, Facebook,.... etc. The site facilitates the sign in when you click "Post" or "Thump up, Thump down" by prompting to "sign in with.." and only shows the first 2 choices and a "show more" button, when you click "Show more", it is supposed to drop down the rest of the login choices, but it doesn't. In Firefox the whole applet just freezes. I tried all trouble shooting options, including complete uninstall and reinstall, safe mode, disabling firewall, and every Firefox t/s option I came across , but the issue persists. BTW, it works fine in Opera, Edge, and IE11.

I've been having this issue since the forced update to Quantum- The worst upgrade I've ever seen. I'm sure Mozilla people thinks it's the greatest thing since sliced bread. Well, you're wrong.

Asked by hk2000 il y a 1 an

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bookmarks and firefox BROKEN..

when saving a bookmark firefox fails to save it. there are no properties to change as it looks corrupted. Opera, Brave, Safari, Chome all fine. dont ask me what version -… (lire la suite)

when saving a bookmark firefox fails to save it. there are no properties to change as it looks corrupted. Opera, Brave, Safari, Chome all fine. dont ask me what version - you have hidden version info really well. I think its the latest but who knows??

Been using FF for about 13 years now. Seems like Firefox is broken? Why do I have to constantly revert to chrome or other browser TO GET ANYTHING DONE?

this 16Kb screen shot is taking forever to upload. whats up with FIREFOX????????

Asked by markyg21 il y a 1 an

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ANYONE HELP ME SOLVE: errorDetail errorCode "CAS-WEB-UNBR" userErrMsg "You need to turn on Javascript or use a browser that supports javascript to use this si

HERE'S WHAT HAPPENS TO ME ON FIREFOX: errorDetail errorCode "CAS-WEB-UNBR" userErrMsg "You need to turn on Javascript or use a browser that supports javascript to use … (lire la suite)

HERE'S WHAT HAPPENS TO ME ON FIREFOX: errorDetail errorCode "CAS-WEB-UNBR" userErrMsg "You need to turn on Javascript or use a browser that supports javascript to use this site." userErrHeader "Javascript Required" txnID "b9a2e08a-a0b8-4e6b-a8ea-bb10e7044ea1" pageTitle "Javascript Required"

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CAN YOU ASSIST ME IN THIS PROBLEM? MOST SITES GIVE ME THE WORD: "MUST HAVE JAVASCRIPT ENABLED"

I CAN'T FIGURE OUT HOW TO GET FIREFOX TO WORK/VIEW WEB PAGES BECAUSE OF THIS ERROR!

Asked by TC il y a 1 an

Answered by McCoy il y a 1 an

Links from emails not working.

Starting about 02/11/2020, links in emails take me to a blank page and FireFox stops working. Must close FireFox. I have neither added nor updated any add-ons. I disabled… (lire la suite)

Starting about 02/11/2020, links in emails take me to a blank page and FireFox stops working. Must close FireFox.

I have neither added nor updated any add-ons.

I disabled all add-ons with no change.

Under Performance, I unchecked " Use recommended performance settings" and 'Use hardware acceleration when available". No change.

The only way a link works is if I have (basic) FireFox already running.

I have reversed the above changes and await HELP.

Asked by AIVAS il y a 4 mois

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Your recent two upgrades have blocked me from many acceptable sites.

Ever since your last two upgrades to Firefox, I am unable to get to many of my regular sites that are quite legitimate such as PBS, and others. I get blocked from the pa… (lire la suite)

Ever since your last two upgrades to Firefox, I am unable to get to many of my regular sites that are quite legitimate such as PBS, and others. I get blocked from the page with the following message: "Firefox does not trust this site because it uses a certificate that is not valid for (name of site). The certificate is only valid for *.t.en25.com. Error code: SSL_ERROR_BAD_CERT_DOMAIN. The error messages also says that these errors have been reported to help Mozilla identify and block malicious sites." I need to know how to turn this off or at least please send a new update correcting this error. In the meantime I'll be using the Opera Browser which does not have these problems

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How can I find and restore deleted passwords in FF 50.1.0 on Windows 8

hello, I accidentaly deleted passwords and I was wondering if there is a way to restore them? or find a file that is restorable? thanks. FF version: 50.1.0 Windows vers… (lire la suite)

hello, I accidentaly deleted passwords and I was wondering if there is a way to restore them? or find a file that is restorable? thanks.

FF version: 50.1.0

Windows version: 8

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Multiprocess can't be stopped via about:config. Why not?

Latest version of FF 68.0 has re-enabled multiprocess and won't allow me to disable via about:config. I've been with FF since pretty much the beginning, it's the only br… (lire la suite)

Latest version of FF 68.0 has re-enabled multiprocess and won't allow me to disable via about:config.

I've been with FF since pretty much the beginning, it's the only browser I recommend to friends, family or clients. Since 10e and the whole multiprocess roll out, I've "fixed" peoples slow and unresponsive FF experience by disabling this useless feature and H/W acceleration.

Now my mailbox is full of complaints about slow unresponsive browsing, plus it using more system resources leaving clients with less powerful machines with real problems.

C'mon Moz, we've been mates for decades, stood by you when everyone was looking at whatever MS was waiving at them, laughed at Google when they tried to play with the big boy, but now I'm feeling sheepish about my claims of Mozilla putting its users needs first, not forcing features on users, giving its users a choice enabling a freedom that you don't have with Edge or Chrome

Please give us back one of the remaining freedoms we have left, don't be MICROSOFT!

Asked by Wizlon il y a 11 mois

Last reply by McCoy il y a 11 mois

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Another solution waiting for a problem ... How can one suppress the option for "Container Tabs?"

And to add insult to injury, it appears where "Open Link in New Window" used to be. I don't use tabbed browsing. Period. I like to hover over the taskbar and let Windo… (lire la suite)

And to add insult to injury, it appears where "Open Link in New Window" used to be. I don't use tabbed browsing. Period. I like to hover over the taskbar and let Windows tell me that browser window's URL.

If it can't be suppressed -- because each Firefox user doesn't really know _their_ own preferences -- why not place the "Container Tabs" right-click entry, below "Open Link in New Private Window"? Then users desiring to use such *new* functionality, will learn (muscle-memory don'cha know) it as they go.

Every time y'all force me after an update to figure out how to resume using Firefox in the matter to which I'm accustomed, I move one step closer to shifting to Chrome entirely. (I still use Firefox to access YouTube, because up until several days ago, I was able to download content with a Firefox add-on.)

BTW. I tried to upload a screenshot of the image. The progress icon has been turning for minutes ... It might work on Chrome, but the image upload functionality is broken with version 63.0.1 (x64).

Your "Pocket" ... your "Bookshelf" icon ... etc. ... I wish y'all would let me suppress the display the meg@Kewl new stuff, which I never use.

Asked by DisgustedWithNeedlessJunk il y a 1 an

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