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scroll activates on "page back" in 66.0

On many pages (commercial), when I click a link to look at another page, clicking the "Go Back One Page" button results in the original page scrolling down a varying amou… (tuilleadh eolais)

On many pages (commercial), when I click a link to look at another page, clicking the "Go Back One Page" button results in the original page scrolling down a varying amount.

For example, I visit CNN.com. I then select an article I want to read. When reading is complete I press the "Back" button, which returns me to the original page, but also scrolls that original page, sometimes just a few lines, but also sometimes to the very bottom of the page.

This only happens on the newest (66.0) version of Firefox upgraded yesterday. It does not happen with other browsers. It does happen with Firefox started in safe mode. I also checked the carat (^) scroll in "Options" and this was not selected.

This also happens whether I use the Firefox Page Back Button, or the "Back" button on my mouse.

Thanks Doc

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Answered by jscher2000 1 bhliain ó shin

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videos from CNN and Fox news will not show, but will play and I can hear them

I just started to use Firefox and am having a problem seeing the video for Fox and CNN News. Youtube works great, best picture I've seen. The links work good on Chrome, b… (tuilleadh eolais)

I just started to use Firefox and am having a problem seeing the video for Fox and CNN News. Youtube works great, best picture I've seen. The links work good on Chrome, but, when I play them on Firefox the video seems to have a black box across the screen. I can see a very small top and bottom section, that's all. I have the lastest Firefox, Flash and Shockwave. I have disabled the Adblocker and the Ublock with no change. I've searched the forums and cannot find an answer, or I'm subject blind.

Any ideas

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Last reply by FredMcD 1 bhliain ó shin

autoplay options have effect - cnn.com, etc

I have never been able to get autoplay options to prevent blasting out audio when stumbling onto a malicious website like CNN. This is a major privacy problem as perhaps … (tuilleadh eolais)

I have never been able to get autoplay options to prevent blasting out audio when stumbling onto a malicious website like CNN. This is a major privacy problem as perhaps you don't want the world to know you are studying how to seek legal or medical help etc with audio blasting out at max level.

I don't know why this is so hard to manage since detecting loud audio isn't that difficult and it seems like browsers have all sort of hooks into media features of the operating systems they run on.

Can't firefox take samples of the audio (we don't need advanced signal processing here), determine that it is blasting out, and kill it?

In any case I have never been able to get any impact from autoplay settings other than to screw up my browsing experience so bad I have to reset to defauts to even manually play a video.

Addins like no script are so restrictive they render browsing impossible.

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