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gah your tab just crashed armhf

installed debian sid on userland app. installed firefox. when i launch firefox, it just shows "gah: your tab just crashed". entering duckduckgo.com and press enter, it sh… (mear ynfo)

installed debian sid on userland app. installed firefox. when i launch firefox, it just shows "gah: your tab just crashed". entering duckduckgo.com and press enter, it shows same error message. disabling hardware acceleration has no effect. is there any way to make it usable on my device?

Frege troch jindam, vani, 2 wiken lyn

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Firefox vers 91.10esr(64bit):-"cannot load M3U8:levelLoadTimeOut"

Hi!, recently i have been having this browsing problem whenever I open the news website at https://www.cgtn.com/channel/documentary. The site wont load and error is shown… (mear ynfo)

Hi!, recently i have been having this browsing problem whenever I open the news website at https://www.cgtn.com/channel/documentary. The site wont load and error is shown- "cannot load M3U8:levelLoadTimeOut". Have tried numerous times but failed to load. However other web sites have no problem and prior to this I am able to surf at all times. What must I do to get back the browsing? Any help is appreciated. Thanks

Frege troch xxmanreturns, 1 moanne lyn

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Some pages not loading in 91.10.0esr

I use Firefox on Linux Debian 11 (Bullseye). After a recent automatic update to Firefox 91.10.0esr, some websites will not load (just sit with a blank page, showing flick… (mear ynfo)

I use Firefox on Linux Debian 11 (Bullseye). After a recent automatic update to Firefox 91.10.0esr, some websites will not load (just sit with a blank page, showing flicking loading symbol). Examples are ocado.com and abelandcole.co.uk. I have tried all the usual things to fix, including, switching off VPN, clearing cookies and caches, running in safe mode, all with no success. Both sites run fine in Vivaldi and Brave. I have eventually got the pages to load by disabling IPv6 in Firefox. Clearly there is a problem with 91.10.0esr. I'm not sure whether the workaround of disabling IPv6 might cause other problems or weaken security or privacy?

Frege troch Chris, 2 moannen lyn

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cannot fast forward or back while playing mp3 file

Using Firefox 100.0.1. Debian Linux. Dell 1525 with 4G ram. When playing a certain mp3 file in the browser, if I use the arrow keys, or the mouse, to skip forward or back… (mear ynfo)

Using Firefox 100.0.1. Debian Linux. Dell 1525 with 4G ram.

When playing a certain mp3 file in the browser, if I use the arrow keys, or the mouse, to skip forward or back, there is no response, but the audio stops playing for a period of time, then, finally it starts playing again at the spot it was before.

This does not happen with this file in Chrome, or in VLC. Also, with other mp3s it does not happen in Firefox.

I finally got it to work by converting the file to ogg vorbis, but this is not something I want to make a practice of..

I imported the file back into Audacity, and re-exported it as an mp3. Same result.

Weird... Any ideas?

Thanks,

Frege troch gophild, 2 moannen lyn

Beäntwurde troch jonzn4SUSE, 2 moannen lyn

  • Argivearre

Commit view on GitHub with FireFox broken

Hello, First let me thank Mozilla again for a great experience. I've been using Firefox as my main browser for many years and since some time I also started supporting Mo… (mear ynfo)

Hello, First let me thank Mozilla again for a great experience. I've been using Firefox as my main browser for many years and since some time I also started supporting Mozilla financially with whatever little I can with recurring payments. To the problem: since some time patch / commit view on HitHub with Firefox is broken. I guess many @mozilla have github accounts so you can open and read https://support.github.com/ticket/1318472 but to summarise: my first entry there was: ``` When viewing Linux kernel style Pull Requests on GitHub, using Firefox, TABs are displayed as 4 spaces, which is confusing, since the default is 8 spaces, which is also what is displayed in chrome and chromium. E.g. https://github.com/thesofproject/sof/pull/4747/commits/e9cc9312841a9329797b0b676335c8cb1a0dc779 ``` then a screenshot (attached) and a clarification to it: ``` As you can see there the patch area between lines 238 and 245 is wrongly indented by 4 spaces, whereas areas above and below are correctly indented by 8 spaces. ``` Then more: ``` No, space isn't used for indentation in that code. They can download raw code and verify, I'm sure they know how to do that. Why don't they just reproduce that themselves? Start Firefox, navigate to any PR commit like https://github.com/thesofproject/sof/pull/4884/commits/b19a64df2c2fcd63d7407ef500fd3312287c8995 and click arrows above and below the diff to display surrounding code. Then navigate to or download the raw patch https://github.com/thesofproject/sof/commit/b19a64df2c2fcd63d7407ef500fd3312287c8995.patch to see TABs used everywhere. Should be very easy to verify. ``` and their last reply was ``` From a technical standpoint this is not a regression. It's a problem with the way firefox interprets the combination of the tab-size css and the particular markdown we use for our diffs.

After reviewing the Issue in more detail there it has not been prioritized and will most likely not be addressed in the near future. ``` This is a deal-breaker for me. I spend hours daily reviewing GitHub pull requests. And I'd really not want to use a different browser just because of this... Please help! Thanks Guennadi

Frege troch lyakh, 6 moannen lyn

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This video file cannot be played.(Error Code: 102630)

I am running Firefox Browser 97.01 (64bit) Mozilla Firefox Snap for Ubuntu canonical 002-1.0 on Raspberry Pi Debian GNU/Linux 11 (bullseye) version ID 11. I am trying to … (mear ynfo)

I am running Firefox Browser 97.01 (64bit) Mozilla Firefox Snap for Ubuntu canonical 002-1.0 on Raspberry Pi Debian GNU/Linux 11 (bullseye) version ID 11.

I am trying to stream various TV services like CTV.ca, CBC.ca, etc. I am getting the following error message: This video file cannot be played.(Error Code: 102630)

I have tried the solutions recommended in the forum with no luck.

What am I missing?

Regards.

Frege troch Peter Slinn, 5 moannen lyn

Lêst beäntwurde troch jonzn4SUSE, 5 moannen lyn

  • Argivearre

[Performance issue] Slowness due overextensive virtual memory usage

Hello. I want to report a performance issue (slowness) caused by the overexcesive virtual memory usage by Firefox sub-processess. State description After runing Firefox, … (mear ynfo)

Hello. I want to report a performance issue (slowness) caused by the overexcesive virtual memory usage by Firefox sub-processess.

State description

After runing Firefox, I observed in the htop the process of Firefox (and it's sub-processes) and compared it with the about:processes

I had discovered that main Firefox process opens many sub-processess that aren't even used (they does not appear on the mentioned above "about" page).

Additionally, in some mement, at latest one of the created sub-process start to use 28.6 GB of virtual memory, like each of the created by it sub-process. This causes quite big loose of stability of the browser and even system

Frege troch Mcgiwer, 6 moannen lyn

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  • Argivearre

saved logins and passwords wiped, erased, deleted, lost

Very similar to posts in previous years that are archived and largely unanswered or not up-to-date. I opened up my a Firefox session to find out I was logged out of sync… (mear ynfo)

Very similar to posts in previous years that are archived and largely unanswered or not up-to-date.

I opened up my a Firefox session to find out I was logged out of sync and when I logged back in all my passwords where erased.

This has been stable for the last 10 months and Firefox has provided a reliable password archive with nice syncing features. However, this is a deal breaker, since I cannot loose the login credentials randomly.

No updates. No conscious logging out. No disregarding warnings etc.

Anyway to revert or retrieve?

Frege troch Magnus, 7 moannen lyn

Lêst beäntwurde troch jonzn4SUSE, 7 moannen lyn

  • Argivearre

Problem rendering images and videos on new 91.4.1esr version

Hi. I'm having some issues to render CSS effects and videos after last update (version 91.4.1esr). Before that update everything was pretty smooth, but since the update t… (mear ynfo)

Hi. I'm having some issues to render CSS effects and videos after last update (version 91.4.1esr). Before that update everything was pretty smooth, but since the update the browser is getting very slow to render "everything that moves" on the screen. The movements are poor on CSS or videos, its like it was exceeding in any video/memory resources, get very slow and nothing smooth.

My system: - Linux Debian 11 (fully updated) 64bits; - Processor: Xeon 2670-v3; - Ram: 32GB; - Graphics: Quadro 2000; - Graphics Driver: official Nvidia 390.144 x86 with 32bits support downloaded by Nvidia's site.

Any hints on how can I solve this?

Frege troch Ivan Gneiding, 7 moannen lyn

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  • Argivearre

Firefox 92 hangs every time I right click on a string

Hello, I just upgraded to firefox 92. When I right click on a string I wrote such as : "zaiuryezoyhdsofh" with spell check enabled, Firefox hangs for minutes and my CPU i… (mear ynfo)

Hello,

I just upgraded to firefox 92. When I right click on a string I wrote such as : "zaiuryezoyhdsofh" with spell check enabled, Firefox hangs for minutes and my CPU is 100%. It happens only on a string and on every websites, even google search.

I'm able to reproduce in safe mode, but FF doesn't want to crash so no report.

System : Debian Buster 10.

Frege troch Quentin, 11 moannen lyn

Lêst beäntwurde troch Quentin, 10 moannen lyn

  • Argivearre

wierd UI (css positioning) on Firefox on Debian Bullseye

I am on Firefox 91.0.1 (64-bit) on Debian 11. As the example screenshot shows, UI on many webpages looks wierd and inconsistent. I also use Firefox on my work computer, w… (mear ynfo)

I am on Firefox 91.0.1 (64-bit) on Debian 11. As the example screenshot shows, UI on many webpages looks wierd and inconsistent. I also use Firefox on my work computer, which is on Windows 10 and has no such issues. So, I think this is because of some dependency issues with my Debian machine. How do I fix this?

Frege troch Naveen Kumar, 11 moannen lyn

Lêst beäntwurde troch Naveen Kumar, 11 moannen lyn

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  • Argivearre

Video only show one image and blocks

Hello, I'm using firefox-dev under linux debian buster and would like to keep it as my default browser and even more after all those recent articles in media where they s… (mear ynfo)

Hello,

I'm using firefox-dev under linux debian buster and would like to keep it as my default browser and even more after all those recent articles in media where they say firefox is loosing its users.

I received the newletter from netflix and I tried to watch a trailer (https://www.netflix.com/watch/81387952?trkid=13710079&MSG_TITLE=81387952&lnktrk=EMP&g=79ECBFC7B02B1269F43D15B11C9BA9F56455502C&lkid=TRAILER_CTA) but even after i clicked on accept drm, the video was stuck nothing happened I just saw one single fixed picture of the movie.

Later, I was on facebook, trying to watch a video (https://www.facebook.com/demotivateur/videos/5009752875718446) and the same here without any DRM...

For both of the cases I opened chrome pasted the url and video played very well.

Is there something to tweak to make it work ? Is it because I'm under debian ?

I don't want friends to switch to chrome but I understand them sometimes.

Kr,

Eric

Frege troch ecornely, 11 moannen lyn

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