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dark mode not following automatic setting

Three settings available: Light, Dark, Automatic. Automatic is not following my system display settings for "Night Shift", which is set to "Sunset to Sunrise". All Auto… (lire la suite)

Three settings available: Light, Dark, Automatic. Automatic is not following my system display settings for "Night Shift", which is set to "Sunset to Sunrise". All Automatic mode does is lock Google.com into dark mode. I have to set it to "Light" to see google.com normally.

Demandé par steveaaayyy il y a 2 jours

Can the tab button complete the next segment of the URL I am typing?

As someone that uses the command line terminal a lot, I constantly find myself pressing the "tab" button on my keyboard when typing a URL in the address bar to accept the… (lire la suite)

As someone that uses the command line terminal a lot, I constantly find myself pressing the "tab" button on my keyboard when typing a URL in the address bar to accept the current suggestion and move to the next segment. For example:

  1. I want to go to www.example.com/segment1/segment2
  2. I'll start typing "exa" and since I visit this site a lot, Firefox helpfully completes example.com
  3. I would like to press "tab" on my keyboard to have Firefox complete example.com/ then I can type "seg" and Firefox could complete it to "example.com/segment1

I know I can do this by pressing the right arrow key, but that requires me to lift my right hand off to press it. I would like to be able to easily do this with the "tab" key which my pinky can quickly press. Pressing "tab" currently, has Firefox pick some complete url which I don't want, i.e. www.example.com/segmentA/segmentB

Demandé par amermahmud il y a 3 jours

what prevents from accessing the site https://www.googleadservices.com/

Regardless of the OS or Browser , trying to access the site https://www.googleadservices.com/ results with a failure described as "We can’t connect to the server at www.… (lire la suite)

Regardless of the OS or Browser , trying to access the site https://www.googleadservices.com/ results with a failure described as "We can’t connect to the server at www.googleadservices.com."

Specifically this error message was just obtained on macOS Ventura 13.1 on my Intel based MacBook Pro using Firefox 109.0.1. It happens on all Windows machines I tried, on my iPad and iPhone.

I saw at least a million similar questions similar to this one, even more advices on how to address it - and no answer helps.

Demandé par nik23 il y a 5 jours

Dernière réponse par nik23 il y a 3 jours

Lost passwords and bookmarks

When Firefox automatically updated to 109.1 tonight, I lost all my saved passwords and bookmarks. The bookmarks aren't in a file under 'Restore' in 'Manage Bookmarks' (b… (lire la suite)

When Firefox automatically updated to 109.1 tonight, I lost all my saved passwords and bookmarks. The bookmarks aren't in a file under 'Restore' in 'Manage Bookmarks' (but I had saved them so I got most of them back). But I can't get my passwords. What happened?

Demandé par kenhirschkop il y a 4 jours

Dernière réponse par kenhirschkop il y a 3 jours

Tab crashes on reinstalled, updated FF, clean profile

I removed firefox fully. New profile. Disables all addons. Set the strict to standard. Still tab crashes. No idea what could be the cause? Reports below. https://crash-st… (lire la suite)

Demandé par jeroen.coelen il y a 4 jours

Control view and download links separately

Some sites offer separate links for viewing and downloading. (I'm specifically interested in PDF files, but I think this question is more general.) I'm not sure how this… (lire la suite)

Some sites offer separate links for viewing and downloading. (I'm specifically interested in PDF files, but I think this question is more general.) I'm not sure how this distinction is communicated to Firefox—I'm guessing in the MIME type? But regardless of the mechanism, Firefox does not seem to offer any obvious settings that distinguish between the two cases. Are there ways to distinguish in less obvious places, such as about:config?

As a specific example: currently on a certain site when I click "View" the PDF is displayed in Firefox, and when I click "Download" the PDF is both placed in my Downloads folder and displayed in Firefox. I would prefer that the "Download" link only cause the download, and not cause the display. How can I change this without breaking the "View" links?

Demandé par James6M il y a 1 semaine

Dernière réponse par James6M il y a 4 jours

Accessibility dots on websites won't go away even when config set to off

I have tried all the methods the internet suggests. but nothing works. I still have the red dotted outlines on everything. Any thoughts? These are the instructions Type a… (lire la suite)

I have tried all the methods the internet suggests. but nothing works. I still have the red dotted outlines on everything. Any thoughts?

These are the instructions Type about:config in the address bar and press Return. A warning page may appear. Click Accept the Risk and Continue to go to the about:config page. In the about:config page, search for the preference accessibility.force_disabled. Observe the Value column of the accessibility.force_disabled row.

       If it is set to 1 then do nothing.
       If it is set to 0, double-click on it to open an editing field, type 1, then click the blue check mark button or press the Enter key to complete the update. 

(https://mzl.la/3AeW4UE)

Demandé par russell22 il y a 4 jours

Paste and Match Style missing from Firefox 109.0 on macOS

You used to be able to "Paste and Match Style" by either right-clicking and selecting "Paste and Match Style" or by pressing cmd+shift+v. This seems to have gone away in … (lire la suite)

You used to be able to "Paste and Match Style" by either right-clicking and selecting "Paste and Match Style" or by pressing cmd+shift+v. This seems to have gone away in recent versions. I don't use it too often, so I'm not 100% sure when this change was made, but it is not there in the latest version. This is essentially required when pasting from certain apps into a rich text editor on a website. OneNote, for example, requires this. Now if I want to copy something from OneNote into a rich text editor (like a GitHub issue or Stackoverflow answer) in Firefox, I have to first paste it into a text editor and then copy again to paste it in the browser.

I'm attaching two screenshots one of the context menu when pasting into the body of a GitHub issue in Firefox from OneNote and another of the context menu while doing the same thing in Chrome.

Is this expected? It seems odd to remove the feature when it makes working between other widely-used apps difficult.

Demandé par charlieandrews.cwa il y a 6 jours

Can't Select Downloads Folder

I'm running MacOS Ventura 13.2 on a M2 Macbook and Firefox 109.0 I can not select a Downloads folder and even if "Always Ask" is set, all Downloads of all types fail imme… (lire la suite)

I'm running MacOS Ventura 13.2 on a M2 Macbook and Firefox 109.0

I can not select a Downloads folder and even if "Always Ask" is set, all Downloads of all types fail immediately.

See quick screenshare here: https://www.loom.com/share/c5bc3563630f4d1182199ee7787e32f4

I've tried many of the common things: uninstalled/reinstalled start with add-ons disabled refreshed

None of them solved the issue.

Any thoughts/insights?

Thanks!

Demandé par dave341 il y a 6 jours