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Firefox Browser crashes on Macbook Pro running Big Sur

Hello, My Firefox routinely shuts down while I'm using my 2018 Macbook Pro, and the problem began when I updated my IOS to Big Sur This is a systemic problem with non-nat… (tuilleadh eolais)

Hello,

My Firefox routinely shuts down while I'm using my 2018 Macbook Pro, and the problem began when I updated my IOS to Big Sur This is a systemic problem with non-native apps ever since installing Big Sur. Apple won't address the problem unless I confirm that my non-native apps are compatible with Big Sur. Can you please confirm the most updated version of the Firefox Browser is compatible with Apple's Big Sur IOS? Can you also let me know if other users have experienced problems and if there is any fix?

Asked by anthony.orourke 3 mhí ó shin

Last reply by marcikr 5 huaire ó shin

Unable to set Firefox as a default Browser

I Jbbattery have followed one of your article that How to set Firefox as aa default browser, but when I restart my PC then my Windows set Internet Explorer Edge as a defa… (tuilleadh eolais)

I Jbbattery have followed one of your article that How to set Firefox as aa default browser, but when I restart my PC then my Windows set Internet Explorer Edge as a default browser ... Is it windows issue or should I have to do reinstall the Mozilla Firefox.

Asked by Ayub Hashmi 1 seachtain ó shin

Last reply by FredMcD 1 seachtain ó shin

What is the command of opening firefox on Windows 10

https://www.howtogeek.com/689159/how-to-open-mozilla-firefox-using-command-prompt-on-windows-10/ I can open Microsoft Edge with `start msedge`, and it run out edge automa… (tuilleadh eolais)

https://www.howtogeek.com/689159/how-to-open-mozilla-firefox-using-command-prompt-on-windows-10/

I can open Microsoft Edge with `start msedge`, and it run out edge automatically, firefox do the same thing? Here is the command I tried before, but they don't work

Asked by Kenneth Cho 6 lá ó shin

Last reply by strafy 5 lá ó shin

Firefox won't accept cookies of ceraint sites.

I just made a clean install of windows. It seems that firefox for some bizarre reason won't accept cookies from some sites. For example at www.office.com, when I click "s… (tuilleadh eolais)

I just made a clean install of windows. It seems that firefox for some bizarre reason won't accept cookies from some sites.

For example at www.office.com, when I click "sing in" and I set up my credentials, I am still at the same "sign in" page. The problem can be easier understood in the following capture. (excuse the watermark)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bxt3FkLdD4c

I have the same issue with other sites, such as my bank, IRS, etc etc, making firefox practically unusable. Is there any fix for this?

Asked by izacharo 2 lá ó shin

Last reply by jscher2000 2 lá ó shin

Evernote webclipper not functioning anymore

Good day, since yesterday the Evenote Web Clipper stopped working. When reinstalling the web clipper I get the regular screen: "Welcome to Evernote Web Clipper!" where yo… (tuilleadh eolais)

Good day,

since yesterday the Evenote Web Clipper stopped working. When reinstalling the web clipper I get the regular screen:

"Welcome to Evernote Web Clipper!" where you have to confirm to enable web clipper. When clicking on "Allow" nothing happens. At the same time occasionally I got the message the Firefox was not directed to Evernote in teh right way.

What have I tried thus far - without positive outcome: - disabling and then enabling the web clipper in Firefox preferences - deleting and re-installing the web clipper - deleting Firefox, re-install Firefox and then re-install the web clipper

The web clipper is functioning fine under Safari.

May it be that the change of privacy policy by Evernote (dus May 15) has something to do with it ?

Thank you for your suggestions !


Best regards, René.

Asked by René de Wit 1 lá ó shin

Last reply by parkcot 7 n-uaire ó shin

Firefox has slowed down

I have noticed that my Firefox browser has become so slow that it is nearly unusable. I have noticed that Mozilla has been offering their VPN for $5/month. Has the compa… (tuilleadh eolais)

I have noticed that my Firefox browser has become so slow that it is nearly unusable.

I have noticed that Mozilla has been offering their VPN for $5/month. Has the company slowed down the browser to sell this feature?

Or is there something in the Microsoft updates that have slowed down the browser.

I really like Firefox but I have reverted Chrome simply to get my work done without waiting for Firefox to load. I really am not a big fan of Google and I really find Microsoft to be, well, Microsoft.

Asked by Wesley 7 n-uaire ó shin

Last reply by bill_stewart1 5 huaire ó shin

Disable annoying update reminders

Is there any way to temporarily disable Firefox (and Thunderbird) update reminders? Mozilla seems to be updating its software so often that I'm getting too many reminde… (tuilleadh eolais)

Is there any way to temporarily disable Firefox (and Thunderbird) update reminders? Mozilla seems to be updating its software so often that I'm getting too many reminders and it's interfering with my work flow. I understand the need to keep software up to date as often as possible but this has now got ridiculous, and I am on the verge of changing my default browser from Firefox to Safari, Chrome or Vivaldi. Please stop forcing every little tiny update onto your users!

Or is there some sneaky little way I haven't noticed under Preferences which already does enable me to do this?

Asked by cliff.douse 5 mhí ó shin

Last reply by dulca 3 mhí ó shin

HIgh memory usage seems to continually increase!

I realise that Firefox uses up a lot of Memory (particularly as it tries to run each Tab separately). However, my Firefox seems to keep increasing its usage! I can start … (tuilleadh eolais)

I realise that Firefox uses up a lot of Memory (particularly as it tries to run each Tab separately). However, my Firefox seems to keep increasing its usage!

I can start with a number of Tabs open & (after refreshing each Tab - to ensure it is "lice" & "active") I will get (according to Windows Task Manager) about 1,300MB in use.

Without opening up any more Tabs & without trying to run any Web-Based Videos, over a period of a few hours it will increase & increase & increase - perhaps getting up to 4,000MB!

I've cross checked with "about:performance" (to open FF's own Task Manager), to show the individual Tab usage, & that NEVER totals up to anywhere near the figures shown by the Windows Task Manager!!

Obviously, my FF is fully up to date!

Any comments!

Asked by John-B 5 mhí ó shin

Last reply by TerryN21 21 uair ó shin

firefox 83 / firefox prevented this page from automatically redirecting

The answers I found on the internet re firefox prevented this page from automatically redirecting do not apply to my version of Firefox . There is no ADVANCED under Opti… (tuilleadh eolais)

The answers I found on the internet re firefox prevented this page from automatically redirecting do not apply to my version of Firefox . There is no ADVANCED under Options/General.

When I get firefox prevented this page from automatically redirecting, the ALLOW often does not work.

How can I get rid of this feature?

Asked by cori2na 5 mhí ó shin

Last reply by Max1234-ITA 5 lá ó shin

IDM Extension Failure

Several days ago (approximately 12-3-20) my Internet Download Manager add-on stopped working. Removing it and reinstalling it by using a link provided by IDM does not wo… (tuilleadh eolais)

Several days ago (approximately 12-3-20) my Internet Download Manager add-on stopped working. Removing it and reinstalling it by using a link provided by IDM does not work. It will work only if I open the webpage where I intend to download (e.g.--YouTube) BEFORE I reinstall the add-on and only for as long as that page remains open. Closing the page and then reopening it somehow deactivates IDM, as it will no longer link to the video I want to download. Have tried everything i can think of to solve this, including deactivating all other add-ons and by uninstalling and reinstalling the IDM program itself. I also unchecked the "block popup windows" management tool within Firefox itself. Anyone have any ideas what is happening? Initially, I also received the error message added below, but as far as i can tell, none of my other programs are set to block IDM. The error message no longer appears.

Asked by shadowfaxblue 5 mhí ó shin

Last reply by FredMcD 5 mhí ó shin

netflix error f7701 - 1003

Just downloaded firefox and getting an error on Netflix error code F7701-1003. Message also states firefox is installing components needed to play the audio or video on t… (tuilleadh eolais)

Just downloaded firefox and getting an error on Netflix error code F7701-1003. Message also states firefox is installing components needed to play the audio or video on this page. Please try again later. I have the latest version. I am also seeing the google search engine and dont understand why firefox browser is not showing up. I am not very savvy on technical issues and would really appreciate any help.

Asked by rndh2015 4 mhí ó shin

Last reply by FredMcD 4 mhí ó shin

Tab Groups - are they on the roadmap?

Chrome has a really fantastic feature called "Tab Groups" - it's pretty self explanatory but it basically allows you to quickly group related sets of tabs. This is an inc… (tuilleadh eolais)

Chrome has a really fantastic feature called "Tab Groups" - it's pretty self explanatory but it basically allows you to quickly group related sets of tabs.

This is an incredibly useful feature but it seems Firefox hasn't got anything like it.

I've tried a few of the third party add-ons such as Tree-Style-Tabs but they're all over-complicated, take up too much screen real estate or change the way tabs operate.

Is adding simple Tab Grouping functionality on the Firefox roadmap?

If not - has anyone found any good add-ons to replicate the Chrome functionality?

Asked by Sam 4 mhí ó shin

Last reply by jonzn4SUSE 4 mhí ó shin