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Math formula in Moodle course displayed as plain Latex code since version 88

Recently (a few days), I have noticed that math formulas are displayed as plain Latex code in a Moodle-based course viewed on my windows Firefox browser. There is no prob… (tuilleadh eolais)

Recently (a few days), I have noticed that math formulas are displayed as plain Latex code in a Moodle-based course viewed on my windows Firefox browser. There is no problem with other browsers and android devices. It seems to be related to the automatic update to the version 88 of the Firefox browser. Is any one else facing this problem? Does anybody know a solution?

Asked by tava 1 seachtain ó shin

Last reply by tava 2 lá ó shin

Armenian fonts

After the latest Mozilla browser update, the Armenian font/text is not visible in a normal way as before. It looks much smaller and the font is different, narrower and le… (tuilleadh eolais)

After the latest Mozilla browser update, the Armenian font/text is not visible in a normal way as before. It looks much smaller and the font is different, narrower and less vivid. And playing with "Language and Appearance | Fonts and Colors" in Settings does not help... Please help resolve.

Asked by govivafood 1 mhí ó shin

Last reply by govivafood 2 lá ó shin

MOZILLA_PKIX_ERROR_INVALID_INTEGER_ENCODING error after new server cert installed (self signed).

After installed some expired certs on a server in house, I try and bring up a management page that worked fine prior. The error is: The server presented a certificate tha… (tuilleadh eolais)

After installed some expired certs on a server in house, I try and bring up a management page that worked fine prior. The error is: The server presented a certificate that contains an invalid encoding of an integer. Common causes include negative serial numbers, negative RSA moduli, and encodings that are longer than necessary.

Error code: MOZILLA_PKIX_ERROR_INVALID_INTEGER_ENCODING

How can this be worked around, a setting of some sort maybe?

Thanks for any input

Asked by sbhesser 1 mhí ó shin

Last reply by sbhesser 4 lá ó shin

Some web pages don't work properly

For the third time recently, I've had to open Opera because Firefox won't display properly. This time it was camelbak.org that wouldn't display the site's Search box with… (tuilleadh eolais)

For the third time recently, I've had to open Opera because Firefox won't display properly. This time it was camelbak.org that wouldn't display the site's Search box with Firefox, but would with Opera.

Asked by Solar Bozo 6 lá ó shin

Why don`t full clear Cached Web Content

Data don`t change after press CLEAR button, why? Don`t change after restart Firefox? (clear on exit - set) Cached Web Content (481 KB) Will require websites to reload ima… (tuilleadh eolais)

Data don`t change after press CLEAR button, why? Don`t change after restart Firefox? (clear on exit - set)

Cached Web Content (481 KB) Will require websites to reload images and data

Asked by haritonuy 6 lá ó shin

Portuguese language in different countries

European Portuguese does not exist! There is Portuguese from Portugal that gave rise to the remaining variants according to the respective countries. That's why we should… (tuilleadh eolais)

European Portuguese does not exist! There is Portuguese from Portugal that gave rise to the remaining variants according to the respective countries. That's why we should write: Portuguese (Portugal), Portuguese (Brazil), Portuguese (Angola), etc. Thank's.

Asked by Silva31 5 lá ó shin

Still No Definitive Fix For Floating Videos

With all the releases of FF you would think there would be defense against floating videos. Try to research the topic on the Web and the answers are all over the map and… (tuilleadh eolais)

With all the releases of FF you would think there would be defense against floating videos. Try to research the topic on the Web and the answers are all over the map and nothing I have seen really works well. These are detaching/floating videos I refer to. Hint: the fix is NOT in about:config.

Probably the most annoying aspect of the Web -- not adequately addressed.

Failure of fiduciary duties...

Asked by JoeJupa 5 lá ó shin

Firefox Update Breaks Browser

I got started using Firefox a few years ago. Once I got adjusted to the different controls, I really like using it, BUT... I have updated it three times now (the last ti… (tuilleadh eolais)

I got started using Firefox a few years ago. Once I got adjusted to the different controls, I really like using it, BUT...

I have updated it three times now (the last time was on accident after ignoring the notice for a long time). Every update breaks the browser for me. I start getting Windows that don't load - the dot just bounces but the window stays blank for hours. The browser fails to load anything. On restart I get message that Firefox failed to close properly. New windows take up to 6 or 7 tries to load a link, and the same for loading into a tab.

The first couple times I updated, I followed the guidance to save favorites, dump the browser and restart from scratch, then load everything back in. While it worked, it's a PITA for a browser that updates pretty frequently, and I think routine updates should be able to load without having to spend hours troubleshooting and reloading. I'm not stupid or computer illiterate - I manage a Linux server cluster at work, but I can't manage my Firefox at home through a routine update.

Can anyone help get Firefox to load and run properly such that it works even after an update? I hate Edge, and Internet Explorer, while easy to learn is full of security holes and often DOA at most websites these days. I refuse to go Google, and I'd prefer to not learn another browser. I like Firefox, but the post-update problems are killing me.

Asked by whit_tx 5 huaire ó shin