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How can I use the "prefers-color-scheme: dark" CSS media query on FF Developers Edition, Ubuntu 18.04?

I'm trying to test latest CSS properties that I think FF 67 supports. Specifically: prefers-color-scheme: dark Is this something I can set in FF? Or is this an OS level… (tuilleadh eolais)

I'm trying to test latest CSS properties that I think FF 67 supports. Specifically:

prefers-color-scheme: dark

Is this something I can set in FF? Or is this an OS level integration?

Thanks.

Asked by jhchnc 1 bhliain ó shin

Last reply by TyDraniu 1 bhliain ó shin

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List of saved logins disappeared

Using Ubuntu 18.04 and Firefox 72.0.2 (via Ubuntu repos). My list of "Saved Logins" has disappeared. Whether I get to the list via Preferences or about:logins, the list i… (tuilleadh eolais)

Using Ubuntu 18.04 and Firefox 72.0.2 (via Ubuntu repos). My list of "Saved Logins" has disappeared. Whether I get to the list via Preferences or about:logins, the list is empty. I should have 100s of logins saved. But when I go to a website that had a saved login, the fields are auto populated.

No I don't have logins.json.corrupt. I only have logins.json No I don't have AVG. I'm on Ubuntu Linux. No I don't have multiple profiles. Just one. Default profile.

Firefox has really become insufferable lately. Forced update restarts, forced multiprocess mode and now bugs like this.

I want my list of logins back please.

And funny enough, the mozilla support site seems broken on Firefox. Kept getting "access denied" when trying to post with Firefox, so here I'm posting this via Chromium.

Asked by stop-messing-with-firefox 1 bhliain ó shin

Last reply by cor-el 12 mí ó shin

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possible malware sites opened

The new firefox should have some malware protection by default? I thought I can use it without blocking addons, maybe a mistake? On searching the web by google I came on… (tuilleadh eolais)

The new firefox should have some malware protection by default? I thought I can use it without blocking addons, maybe a mistake?

On searching the web by google I came on a webpage, where another page suddenly opened and I could not leave with back button. Just another fake page opened.

I scanned the pages here (others are in the comment): https://www.virustotal.com/gui/url/518ffb491d9ae673e803a930d05aae5bd0db9536a93197bfb2a874de76009af2

Could there be some infection? What can I do now to be save?

I deleted cache inside firefox and after that a scan with clamscan. It could not find anything on my device.

Thank you

Asked by cj447 10 mí ó shin

Last reply by cor-el 10 mí ó shin

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Firefox 74, 75, 76, videos flicker when bookmarks toolbar is visible/present

Problem: videos do flicker. Especially visible on youtube with static background. Flicker is only present when video is playing, it doesn't flicker when video is stoppe… (tuilleadh eolais)

Problem: videos do flicker. Especially visible on youtube with static background. Flicker is only present when video is playing, it doesn't flicker when video is stopped.

It doesn't flicker in safe mode. However, disabling every single addon and plugin I have and using default theme does nothing. Nor does enabling or disabling hardware acceleration.

What is this secret magic that safe mode have and unsafe mode doesn't?

Firefox 76.0.1, Ubuntu 18.04, Nvidia 440.82

UPD: figured out that this is happening only and every time when bookmarks toolbar is present O_o

Old subj was: Firefox 74, 75, 76, videos flicker when not in safe mode, tried everything, nothing helps

PS: how do I break a line here?

Asked by GG 9 mí ó shin

Last reply by cor-el 8 mí ó shin

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Make firefox use system-provided location

Hello, is there a way to make Firefox 77.0.1 use system-provided location on Ubuntu 18.04? When I use the gnome-maps program, I see a "gps" icon in top-right system statu… (tuilleadh eolais)

Hello, is there a way to make Firefox 77.0.1 use system-provided location on Ubuntu 18.04?

When I use the gnome-maps program, I see a "gps" icon in top-right system status bar.

But when I use maps in Firefox, no system location request appears. Firefox just queries Mozilla Location Service on it's own (after setting geo.provider.network.url to https://location.services.mozilla.com/v1/geolocate?key=%MOZILLA_API_KEY%, there was Google (which was failing for some reason) originally), seen in browser console.

Asked by mvolf 8 mí ó shin

Last reply by cor-el 8 mí ó shin

Firefox window shown incorrectly on restarting Ubuntu 18.04

Yesterday I shutdown my PC running Ubuntu 18.04 while Firefox had a full screen window on each of my two monitors. When i turned it on today the window on my right hand m… (tuilleadh eolais)

Yesterday I shutdown my PC running Ubuntu 18.04 while Firefox had a full screen window on each of my two monitors. When i turned it on today the window on my right hand monitor opened correctly. However, the window on my left hand monitor had these problems (see the uploaded image) it was not full screen. It was split into a window at the bottom of the screen that showed the expected contents and a black window at the top of the screen that took mouse input. Note the 'KCOM webmail...' popup by the mouse cursor over the upper window. A right click on the desktop had no effect on the left hand monitor, as if something considered the window full screen. After restoring down the window on the right hand monitor a right click on that desktop showed the expected menu. I recovered from the problem by moving the mouse cursor over the black window until the 'Maximise' popup appeared and clicking. The window then became full screen and has behaved correctly since. I have xpdyinfo and xwininfo outputs in case they are useful. I upgraded from Ubuntu 16.04 to 18.04 about 2 weeks ago and have been using Firefox almost daily since then. I have often seen it restart correctly when I restart my PC, although perhaps not with two full screen windows. I don't know if this is a known bug. I hope this information is useful.

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Last reply by jonzn4SUSE 1 mhí ó shin