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If someone created a "backup file" for Firefox, would cause problems?
I have been having various problems (first losing part of my icons to FF, e.g. jpeg), Now I am having serious problems with my e-mail because the "insecure" icons are appearing on most e-mails which have images. I have reached the point where I feel that I cannot forward these e-mails, etc.
Noted on the "refresh" information menu here that if a "refresh" is done that any "Old Firefox Data" on the desktop should be deleted. I DID NOT DO A REFRESH, HOWEVER THERE IS A FILE ON THE DESKTOP NAMED "Old Firefox Data", and inside there is a file named ".lxrajum2.default".
This contains about 32 MB of FF information. I suspect that an IT person could have possibly created a "backup file", I attempted to do a "print screen", however was unsuccessful
I HOPE THAT DELETING FILE THIS, OR UNINSTALLING AND REINSTALLING FIREEFOX WILL SOLVE MY CURRENT DILEMMA. I DO NOT WANT TO LOSE FIREFOX.
Hi Boudica I wrote above in one of my replies: Uninstalling and reinstalling Firefox or creating a new profile won't help.
I didn't explicitly mention a reset/refresh, but a refresh creates a new profile and tries to transfer some data to the new profile.
This is really a Yahoo problem and you could only solve this by blocking involved content via a content blocking extension like Adblock Plus of uBlock. But I don't know what content this is about and I'm not using either extension myself.Read this answer in context 👍 0
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You're very welcome.