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how do i fix the message to update java deployment kit when I already have the lastest version of java installed?

I keep getting a message that "An important update is available for Java Deployment Toolkit 7.0.400.43". I click on "Update Now" and I get taken to the Mozilla Plug-in c… (lire la suite)

I keep getting a message that "An important update is available for Java Deployment Toolkit 7.0.400.43". I click on "Update Now" and I get taken to the Mozilla Plug-in check page. A brief message shows at the top of the page that tells me some plugins are out of date and then disappears. The plugin checks show all plugins are up to date. I have uninstalled/reinstalled Java more than once and run a registry cleaner, but once I install Java the same messages appear. I am on a Windows XP machine and I am running an older version of Firefox (9.0) because addons for some of my other software don't work with newer versions of firefox. Can I get rid of the message or do I have to live with it because I use an older version of firefox?

Demandé par joeyiii il y a 7 ans

Dernière réponse par Andrew il y a 7 ans

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Down and up arrow keys jump to down and bottom of page

This started just today and was originally doing it on many pages. I turned off caret browsing and now it seems to only be happening on facebook. I looked into facebook's… (lire la suite)

This started just today and was originally doing it on many pages. I turned off caret browsing and now it seems to only be happening on facebook. I looked into facebook's options and help section but that was fairly useless. I'm on firefox 9.0.1 and running windows 7 ultimate. One of my cats likes to climb on my computer while I'm using it and I don't know what he pressed but that's probably what changed it. I messed with the auto- and smooth scrolling options to try and fix it but that didn't help either.

Demandé par angriestchair il y a 7 ans

Dernière réponse par cor-el il y a 7 ans

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How to hide certain OPTION? so only me can change the OPTION setting

I choose to disable "load imagage automaticly" in option -> content. I want to hide this option, so that only me that can change the setting. Basicly I become admin in… (lire la suite)

I choose to disable "load imagage automaticly" in option -> content. I want to hide this option, so that only me that can change the setting. Basicly I become admin in my firefox, I don't want any want to change my setting.

Demandé par criszou il y a 7 ans

Dernière réponse par cor-el il y a 7 ans

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Is there any setting to avoid printing of balnk page which is present between document.

I am printing statement using mozilla firfox 9. It is inserting blank page after every page. It is working fine in Mozilla Firefox 22. Below is code which i am adding be… (lire la suite)

I am printing statement using mozilla firfox 9. It is inserting blank page after every page. It is working fine in Mozilla Firefox 22.

Below is code which i am adding before print for page break. Below code is working in IE also.

var SourceStr   = text1;
     var sPhraseList = SourceStr.replace (/Dutch-Bangla/gi, "<p style='page-break-after: always;text-indent: 18em'>Online Statement");
     text1 = SourceStr;
     var text2 = sPhraseList;

w.document.write("<HTML><BODY><pre rows='60' cols='150' style='font-family:Courier New;font-size:12pt'>"+text2+"</pre></BODY></html>");

 w.print();


Please suggest some solution.

Thanks in advance.

Demandé par vidyadoiphode il y a 7 ans

Dernière réponse par the-edmeister il y a 7 ans

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says firefox is already running cant get it up using seamonkey now but want firefox back HELP!

am using linux wary puppy 5.3 had firefox 4.0.1 tried to use an interactive add on but was probly not compatible with this version then I had already lost my browser icon… (lire la suite)

am using linux wary puppy 5.3 had firefox 4.0.1 tried to use an interactive add on but was probly not compatible with this version then I had already lost my browser icon so had to open firefox thru the menu now it shows dowload in the downloads file but cant get it to open from there either am fairly new to linux and after wiping the ms OS i booted this 14 yr old HP pavillion from wary 5.3 ISO disc

Demandé par Chi-Chi il y a 7 ans

Dernière réponse par kobe il y a 7 ans

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The wording on the delete/edit cookies menu is NOT GOOD...

When I want to delete INDIVIDUAL cookies it is too easy to accidentally delete ALL cookies. Here's what should be changed... 1) REWORD the button to the left. It now say… (lire la suite)

When I want to delete INDIVIDUAL cookies it is too easy to accidentally delete ALL cookies.

Here's what should be changed... 1) REWORD the button to the left. It now says, "Remove Cookies." It SHOULD say, "Remove SELECTED Cookie(S)." 2) There should be a WARNING box, if one hits "Remove All Cookies" by accident. Another box should pop up that says, "Are you sure you want to remove ALL cookies? (this cannot be undone)"

I hope FF reads this.

(note: Yup -- I just deleted all cookies by accident)

Demandé par TimothyW il y a 7 ans

Dernière réponse par Boudica il y a 7 ans

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I finally solved the mystery of broken Flash by downgrading to Flash 10.0.12.36

I'm one of the many users who seems to be having trouble with Flash these days. I solved my issue by downgrading to Flash 10.0.12.36, and I think I figured out why it was… (lire la suite)

I'm one of the many users who seems to be having trouble with Flash these days. I solved my issue by downgrading to Flash 10.0.12.36, and I think I figured out why it was happening. I use Firefox 9.0.1, and I believe Flash incorrectly detected this and silently pushed an incompatible new version. Gee, thanks Adobe.

Note: Flash 10.0.12.36 detected my Opera installation but not my Firefox installlation, but manually copying the files from Opera's plugins folder to Firefox's worked fine.

Additional Note: No, I will not upgrade. Stop typing, close your mouth. Don't even start. Take it somewhere else - preferably to another browser's dev team. Firefox has fallen long and hard since the glory days of 1.x, and 9.0.1 is the final usable version of Firefox for me. If you put half as much effort into backporting security fixes to old versions as you put into yelling at people to upgrade, you might have a happy userbase instead of a confused, angry, rapidly shrinking one. It's not the easiest way to build a product, but when was the moral high road ever easy? From my point of view, the browser's job is to unquestioningly enable content. You want to add restrictions and security? That is what addons are for. I have absolutely zero fear of running old versions; between addons and using about:config to excise unwanted Firefox features, nothing suspicious ever gets a chance to become active. I frequent some of the scariest, most infected places on the web and I have not been infected since the 90's. So I do not need to upgrade. You need to downgrade, and get back in touch with your alienated former users, who want a modern browser that looks and acts like Firefox 1.x and would rather scrap a proposed feature entirely than break a single addon.

OK, I feel much, much better now. Time to go watch some Youtube!

Demandé par zrbrtr il y a 7 ans

Dernière réponse par David241 il y a 7 ans

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Hallelujah, finally disabled OOPP. I use Firefox 9.0.1 and will not upgrade to anything that ignores my settings. Been looking for this info for years!

As soon as Firefox came out with OOPP, I immediately asked how to permanently disable it and had a Firefox developer straight-up lie to me and say it couldn't be done wit… (lire la suite)

As soon as Firefox came out with OOPP, I immediately asked how to permanently disable it and had a Firefox developer straight-up lie to me and say it couldn't be done without downgrading. Thank GOODNESS for the instructions on https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/713600?page=1 Finally, finally I have excised the hated OOPP!

I run Firefox 9.0.1 and will not upgrade, ever, unless I see signs that Mozilla has radically altered its development direction and discarded most of the boneheaded, broken, anti-user development that has gone into versions more recent than Firefox 1.x. Actually making your mission statement more than an empty promise might be a good place to start.

Let's see...anything else? Oh yeah, any developer who advocates overriding or ignoring user settings, or taking control away from the user, should be kicked off the team. (and investigated as a possible Government mole, but that's a lot to ask for). I hear Konqueror and Safari are looking for new devs. It gets old fast when you try to get support and instead get haughty "You're doing it wrong, stop doing that" responses. I'm doing exactly what I intend to be doing and if you can't support that, someone else will. If you really gave a damn about your users, you might start by backporting security fixes to previous versions instead of spewing out a cacophony of incompatible new versions so rapidly you end up confusing and alienating users and making them switch updates off entirely. I mean seriously, what happens when Firefox hits triple digits? You could stick a decimal in front of it, and name that build after a historic baseball player who had that batting average. But even then you will run out of players in a few months.

It's truly sad. I switched to Firefox because it was the best browser. But Firefox has been backsliding horribly since around 2.0, and the other browsers seem to be in about the same boat. Firefox IS still the best browser - but only if you use an ancient, unsupported version. That's a big problem.

Demandé par zrbrtr il y a 7 ans

Dernière réponse par Gingerbread Man il y a 7 ans

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ako army security

i've tried following AKO's advise, previously post on this site (http://militarycac.com/dodcerts.htm,) etc... please help me install all needed certs, so this message st… (lire la suite)

i've tried following AKO's advise, previously post on this site (http://militarycac.com/dodcerts.htm,) etc...

please help me install all needed certs, so this message stops appearing:

"Secure Connection Failed


         An error occurred during a connection to akocert.us.army.mil.

SSL peer cannot verify your certificate.

(Error code: ssl_error_bad_cert_alert)


 The page you are trying to view can not be shown because the authenticity of the received data could not be verified.
 
 Please contact the website owners to inform them of this problem. Alternatively, use the command found in the help menu to report this broken site."

Demandé par lpg256 il y a 7 ans

Dernière réponse par richardlvance il y a 7 ans

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I am not able to update firefox on my mac 10.7.5. I am also not able to download the newest version.

I get notices indicating the there are upgrades available but whenever I try to update, it fails. The box showing the update just runs and runs, but never completes. Thi… (lire la suite)

I get notices indicating the there are upgrades available but whenever I try to update, it fails. The box showing the update just runs and runs, but never completes. This has happened numerous times. I have Firefox 9.0.1 and it says I am currently on the release update channel. I don't know what that means.

Demandé par AudryA il y a 7 ans

Réponse de Amit Kumar Thakur il y a 7 ans

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Do disabled add-ons use resources; is it better to remove them?

Do disabled add-ons use resources? Would removing them completely use less resources? The reason I ask is, I have quite a number of add-ons in the disabled state that I… (lire la suite)

Do disabled add-ons use resources? Would removing them completely use less resources? The reason I ask is, I have quite a number of add-ons in the disabled state that I have not removed in case I decide to reactivate/use them again. I was just wondering if having the add-ons associated with the FF software, even in their disabled state, caused Firefox to use any more resources (cpu/ram) than if they were completely removed? If it makes no difference whatsoever in ram/cpu usage if the disabled add-ons are removed or not removed, then I'll just leave them disabled and undeleted. But since my Firefox eats up more and more cpu and memory the longer I use it, I'm interested in getting rid of anything that eats resources, especially if I don't really use them.

I don't think my question is specific to my tech specs, but am using: Windows XP Pro, SP3, and Firefox 9.0.1 (which I intend to upgrade when I finish researching what version is best for me in terms of performance, but especially compatibility with my essential add-ons). Thanks for your time and attention. ~ Zorg54

Demandé par Zorg54 il y a 7 ans

Réponse de user633449 il y a 7 ans

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Every time I open Firefox there is an address in the bar that has a security issue so I delete it and the next time it is back. the address is searchnu.com.

This web address appears everytime I open Firefox. I delete it and it always comes back. The adress is www.searchnu.com. I also get a security warning about it from WO… (lire la suite)

This web address appears everytime I open Firefox. I delete it and it always comes back. The adress is www.searchnu.com. I also get a security warning about it from WOT

Demandé par pbrown47 il y a 7 ans

Dernière réponse par cor-el il y a 7 ans

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Firefox opens with a new, empty tab every time

I have set Firefox so that every time I start it, it shows the tabs from last time. However, just recently it has started with the tabs from last time plus an extra tab. … (lire la suite)

I have set Firefox so that every time I start it, it shows the tabs from last time. However, just recently it has started with the tabs from last time plus an extra tab.

The other day I installed three addons which all required Firefox to be re-started and each time it did so, there was an extra tab so that by the end of my addon session I had three extra unasked-for tabs. Not a problem really, just an irritation that I want to stop. How can I stop this?

Until recently this did not happen and I just got the tabs from my last session unless I had closed them before shutting down Firefox. Even if I make sure that there are no new, unused tabs before shutting Firefox, I still get a new tab when I start it again.

Demandé par chriscs62 il y a 7 ans

Réponse de user633449 il y a 7 ans

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Firefox Memory Leak <!FIX!>

Hello fellow Firefox users! For most of us, Firefox suffers from an insane memory leak, this can cause slow-down, and maybe even crashes. This happens mainly because when… (lire la suite)

Hello fellow Firefox users!

For most of us, Firefox suffers from an insane memory leak, this can cause slow-down, and maybe even crashes. This happens mainly because when you close tabs, the RAM they took is still taxing your computer. That among other things cause this annoying leakage.

-SOLUTION- I recently switched to Firefox, and has this leak. I would not put up with it, so I set out for solutions. Here is what I came up with.

Some add-ons I've handpicked, that when combined, are extremely effective.

RAMBack https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/ramback/?src=ss

MemoryFox https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/memory-fox/?src=search

MemoryRestart 1.1 https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/memory-restart/?src=ss

-ALSO- Firefox acting slow? Try these great add-ons!

SpeedFox 0.9.11 https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/speedfox/?src=search

DownThemAll https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/downthemall/?src=search ________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Get all of those together, and make a leak free, and faster Firefox!

Demandé par JonDuke il y a 8 ans

Réponse de JonDuke il y a 8 ans

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http://www.rujkc.com/u_11997.html hack my firefox. If i make spalling mistake to access any website it redirect me to http://www.rujkc.com/u_11997.html.....

Dear If i wrote the address spelling correctly then its working. But if I make any mistake its automatically redirect me to this page http://www.rujkc.com/u_11997.html. … (lire la suite)

Dear If i wrote the address spelling correctly then its working. But if I make any mistake its automatically redirect me to this page http://www.rujkc.com/u_11997.html. for example if i wrote http://www.aaalj.com/ its automatically redirect me to http://www.rujkc.com/u_11997.html

but at the same time I am using opera and Chrome, they are not redirecting but only Firefox.

Please help me anyone

Demandé par Free4u il y a 7 ans

Dernière réponse par Ami94 il y a 7 ans

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When I try to clear my firefox history, it opens libreoffice

Firefox 9.0.1 Simply Mepis squeeze Linux Experienced user When clearing Firefox history, I get Libreoffice open up the New Document page. I have no other problems what… (lire la suite)

Firefox 9.0.1 Simply Mepis squeeze Linux Experienced user When clearing Firefox history, I get Libreoffice open up the New Document page. I have no other problems whatsoever. This occurs with no add-ons installed and with installed add-ons. It does not happen every time and I wonder why. Many thanks Nicktrcat

Demandé par nicktrcat il y a 7 ans

Dernière réponse par cor-el il y a 7 ans