firefox keeps removing YouTube from address bar dropdown box

I have been using firefox since forever and have grown quite accustomed to things being where they have been for the past x years but lately firefox has developed a frust… (tuilleadh eolais)

I have been using firefox since forever and have grown quite accustomed to things being where they have been for the past x years but lately firefox has developed a frustrating tendancy to delete youtube from the dropdown box that appears when clicking the address bar (formerly accessible via the down arrow in the addy bar)

I do not know why it does this, youtube is my most visited website and it vanishing off that bar demanding i manually type youtube to access it is terrible and very anoying. I'm pretty much stuck now reloading youtube hundreds if not thousands of times untill it finally reappears there (already reloaded the homepage about 100 times and its still not back in the list)

So i see people asking how to remove things from there, I need to know a simpler way to ADD things to there. Or better yet a fix so that my most viewed website no longer deletes itself from the TOP of the list

I have added an image of the list as it is now, normally youtube would be at the top, for obvious reasons, instead as of today WHILE firefox has been running, its been removed, Certain sites have been blacked out for obvious privacy reasons

Asked by asterrameth 7 nóiméad ó shin

He intentado añadir el módulo "pkcs11" para DNI electrónico y no me deja. MacOS High Sierra

Hola. Quería solicitar ayuda para instalar mi lector de DNI electrónico. Es de la marca TooQ. Mi ordenador es un MacBook Air macOS High Sierra. Siguiendo las instruccion… (tuilleadh eolais)

Hola. Quería solicitar ayuda para instalar mi lector de DNI electrónico. Es de la marca TooQ. Mi ordenador es un MacBook Air macOS High Sierra. Siguiendo las instrucciones indicadas, cuando intento añadir el módulo indicado en la administración de dispositivos del Firefox aparece una ventana que dice "No se puede instalar el módulo" y no puedo continuar. ¿Se les ocurre alguna solución? Muchas gracias.

Asked by batalla.monedero 6 lá ó shin

Additional parameters sent to server

Hello, Firefox 76.0.1 is causing me problems... For example if I call a PHP program to log out, I use the JavaScript command: function Logout() { self.location = "Root.p… (tuilleadh eolais)

Hello,

Firefox 76.0.1 is causing me problems...

For example if I call a PHP program to log out, I use the JavaScript command:

function Logout() {

 self.location = "Root.php?LogOff=Y"

}

No problem there, but when I want to log back in I use:

<form name='detail' method='Post' onsubmit='Root.php'> <input type='text' name='UserId' class='Full' style='border: 0;'> <input type='Password' name='Password' class='Full'>

(The class Full, just sets the width to 100% as this is in a table)

The the JavaScript is simply:

function LogIn() {

 document.detail.submit();

}

Seems simple enough, but the Root.PHP receives:

 LogOff -> Y
 UserId -> <name>
 Password -> <password>

Not what I was expecting!

The only other thing of note is that I have started using local.storage to save information, and this too passes information from previous calls.

Any thoughts?

Thanks, Richard Gamester

Asked by Richard_Gamester 6 lá ó shin