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Link to .docx files no more opened by MS Word

Hello, we have a CVS repository which can be browsed using viewvc. In this repository there are some .docx files which are MS Word documents. Until about one week ago, cl… (tuilleadh eolais)

Hello, we have a CVS repository which can be browsed using viewvc. In this repository there are some .docx files which are MS Word documents. Until about one week ago, clicking on such a link brought up a dialog asking what Firefox should do with this file. One of the options is to open it with Word (see image 'ChooseWord').

But now this is no longer possible. I believe it vanished in the course of the automatic Firefox updates. Now the dialog looks like in the attached image 'NoWord'.

How can I restore the old behaviour?

Thanks, gernot

Asked by gkerschb 1 uair ó shin

Opening links from desktop (xdg-open) takes 9-10 sec when Openconnect VPN active

Hello, When my Openconnect VPN is on, Firefox takes very long time to open links from outside its own window: ie links opened with xdg-open in Linux (Ctrl+Click). If Open… (tuilleadh eolais)

Hello,

When my Openconnect VPN is on, Firefox takes very long time to open links from outside its own window: ie links opened with xdg-open in Linux (Ctrl+Click). If Openconnect is Off, links open almost instantly as expected.

Here's /etc/resolv.conf when Openconnect is Off. And here /etc/resolv.conf when Openconnect is On: search contains 11 internal domains. Environment: - KDE Plasma 5.20.5 - Firefox 84.0.2 - xdg-utils 1.1.3 - networkmanager-1.26.4 - networkmanager-openconnect-1.2.6 - openconnect-8.09

System proxy settings: No Proxy

What I have tried: - Start Firefox in Safe-mode (no effect) - Explicitly setting Proxy to None / System Default in FF settings (no effect) - Opening links resolvable only inside VPN and just google.com (no effect) Only turning Off Openconnect helps so far. I suspect it's got to do with name resolution (maybe routing as well?), but have no conclusive evidence. Btw, Chrome is not affected by this behavior.

Thank you

Asked by andrey.2718 2 uair ó shin

Google Calendar

I use Firefox as my regular browser and Google's GSuite for mail, calendar, and so on. This morning, Google Calendar will not load completely. GMail works fine. The sideb… (tuilleadh eolais)

I use Firefox as my regular browser and Google's GSuite for mail, calendar, and so on. This morning, Google Calendar will not load completely. GMail works fine. The sidebar Calendar in GMail works, but the "standalone" calendar site does not work.

I checked this in a Chrome browser and there is no problem - it all works fine. The problem is only in the Firefox browser.

Is anyone else having this problem or have any suggestions?

Asked by kentabachnick 2 uair ó shin

Google calendar issue - Do I reload firefox

My google calendar will not load appointments. The page loads but the appointments never load and the blue loading bar at the top continues to refresh as if it is trying … (tuilleadh eolais)

My google calendar will not load appointments. The page loads but the appointments never load and the blue loading bar at the top continues to refresh as if it is trying to load.

Things I have tried - Turned off all extensions - Ran firefox incognito (works if I clear the cache) - Cleared Cache (works only once)

I am looking first for a solution to the problem above. If I don't find one, is there a way to reload firefox and retian all the bookmarks?


Kv

Asked by kristie1 2 uair ó shin

Google calender not showing fully, only getting part of left column with month, can't click on anything

Windows 7 Pro, Firefox, current, 84.0.2. I've tried logging out and back in, I've cleared ALL history, cache, cookies, etc. I've tried restarting Firefox, no help. Gmai… (tuilleadh eolais)

Windows 7 Pro, Firefox, current, 84.0.2.

I've tried logging out and back in, I've cleared ALL history, cache, cookies, etc. I've tried restarting Firefox, no help. Gmail, Voice and contacts all show fine. This was working fine last night, less than 12 hours ago. System was shut down last night, and booted this morning, and this problem has occurred. Logged in via Chrome and calendar shows fine, so it's likely some probem with firefox. Hate to reset firefox and have to load all my extensions again.

Here are the extensions/Add-ons I have loaded. But bear in mind these were loaded last night, and have been loaded for many months at least, with no problems. AND, other Google site, gmail,voice, contacts all work fine.

Adblock Plus Bitwarden Don't Fuck with Paste Facebook Container Flash and Video Download Gmail reverse conversation Google Analytics Opt-out Google Analytics Opt-out Add-on (by Google) HTTPS Everywhere IDM: Youtube to MP3 Javascript Switcher Lastpass Open With Print Edit WE SingleFile

Below pic is what I see. Blue bar at top scrolls left to right continuously.

I've tried the Firefox reset/refresh option, exact same issue.

I'm even willing at this point to uninstall Firefox and reinstall from scratch, but how do I ensure ALL Firefox system modifications, etc. ARE removed?

HELP!

Thanks.

Asked by firefoxsupport2 2 uair ó shin

google calendar

Suddenly it´s impossible to get my google calendar datas on my notebook (it works without problems with chrome and on my mobile). The google calendar is opened an in sear… (tuilleadh eolais)

Suddenly it´s impossible to get my google calendar datas on my notebook (it works without problems with chrome and on my mobile). The google calendar is opened an in search modus without end. Sombody knows a solution for this problem?

Asked by g.c.glavina 2 uair ó shin

Firefox 84.0.2 version not able to launch the ipv6 address for google search engine

Hi , Firefox 84.0.2 version not able to launch the ipv6 address for |Google Ipv6 Address => https://[2001:4860:4860::8888]]] While launch jut throws page loading error… (tuilleadh eolais)

Hi ,

Firefox 84.0.2 version not able to launch the ipv6 address for |Google Ipv6 Address => https://[2001:4860:4860::8888]]]

While launch jut throws page loading error(), Kindly verify the attachments

  • Distributor ID: Ubuntu
  • Description: Ubuntu 16.04.7 LTS
  • Release: 16.04
  • Codename: xenial

Asked by Sivaprabu Ganesan 3 huaire ó shin

Last reply by TyDraniu 2 uair ó shin

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Google Meet Sharing Screen

Just recently (Jan. 21st), I tried to share my screen while in a Google Meet and received the message, "You must grant permission in order to screenshare." I don't recei… (tuilleadh eolais)

Just recently (Jan. 21st), I tried to share my screen while in a Google Meet and received the message, "You must grant permission in order to screenshare." I don't receive this message when I try it in Google Chrome. I've been able to share my screen in Google Meet when using Firefox in the past, but don't remember the last time I did. So, not sure when this issue really started. I would like to continue to use Firefox for this function, so any assistance is greatly appreciated.

Asked by s-coressel 3 huaire ó shin

Answered by Scribe 2 uair ó shin

Google Calendar Renders Blank Screen

Suddenly my Google calendar will not open completely (see screenshot). I do not have any blockers preventing it from opening and has been working fine up until now and i… (tuilleadh eolais)

Suddenly my Google calendar will not open completely (see screenshot). I do not have any blockers preventing it from opening and has been working fine up until now and is opened everyday. My Firefox version is 84.0.2. Please help! Thank you.

Asked by janice12 3 huaire ó shin

Icons for bookmarks imported from Chrome not displaying

Icons for bookmarks imported from Chrome are not displaying properly either on Bookmarks Toolbar or in folders Windows 10 Professional PC (updated fully) Firefox 84.0.… (tuilleadh eolais)

Icons for bookmarks imported from Chrome are not displaying properly either on Bookmarks Toolbar or in folders

  • Windows 10 Professional PC (updated fully)
  • Firefox 84.0.2 (64-bit)
  • Chrome Version 87.0.4280.141 (Official Build) (64-bit)

Here is what I have done: 1. Installed Firefox (new installation) 2. Imported Chrome bookmarks - only 1% of bookmark icons display properly. All others are the segmented globe icon. 3. Installed DuckDuckGo Privacy Essentials, AdBlock Plus and Emoji extensions 4. Installed EverSync 18.5.7 5. Tested disabling all extensions: no improvement.

I display icons only on the toolbar to maximize accessibility of often used bookmarks, so this issue is important for me to resolve if I want to use Firefox regularly.

This is for my office PC. I do not have this issue at home running Windows 10 Home on desktop PC and laptop PC.

Thanks much,

Lee

Asked by leehollimon 3 huaire ó shin

Firefox removes port number from pasted URLs

When I paste an URL with a port number in the address field of a new tab and press return, then the port number gets removed. Example: I paste "http://localhost:5707/typo… (tuilleadh eolais)

When I paste an URL with a port number in the address field of a new tab and press return, then the port number gets removed.

Example: I paste "http://localhost:5707/typo3" and press return Firefox then tries to connect to "https://localhost/typo3/", which is SSL and has no port number.

How can I disable that behavior?

This happens with Firefox 84

Asked by cweiske 3 huaire ó shin

Google Calendar suddenly not working in Firefox

Three computers running current version of Firefox. All have a longstanding bookmark for Google Calendar. Starting this morning, when I click on the bookmark, Calendar go… (tuilleadh eolais)

Three computers running current version of Firefox. All have a longstanding bookmark for Google Calendar. Starting this morning, when I click on the bookmark, Calendar goes into a "loading" mode and will not load. However, when I open Gmail using the same sign-in I can access the calendar in the right pane of the Gmail page. But when I try to open the calendar in a new tab, the same "loading" issue happens and I can't see a full page calendar. Two computers run on Windows 10, one on Windows 7. All three computers have the same problem which has never happened before. I have tried adjusting Firefox privacy settings on each computer to no avail. I run a Malwarebytes VPN and have tried turning that off, but have the same result. I don't think this is a Google problem because the right pane calendar opens fine when I open Gmail. I also tried this in Microsoft Edge on the two Windows 10 computers and the calendar opens fine. The calendar data also opens fine in third party ios calendar apps. So I'm at a loss about what to try next.

Asked by ynkyword 3 huaire ó shin

initial opening mozilla firefox with google search engine

I open chrome and the google privacy window runs quickly. I open the mozilla firefox with google search engine the privacy page remains in office for a long time before a… (tuilleadh eolais)

I open chrome and the google privacy window runs quickly. I open the mozilla firefox with google search engine the privacy page remains in office for a long time before acceptance and can perform navigation and searches with the browser

Asked by stagitaly 4 huaire ó shin

video is not working like before; patial view only suddenly

The second sceenshot with the full view of the video is from Chrome. I didn't add extensions lately. For a while it gave an error that the video couldn't play, after a wh… (tuilleadh eolais)

The second sceenshot with the full view of the video is from Chrome. I didn't add extensions lately. For a while it gave an error that the video couldn't play, after a while it gave just the partial. Enlarging is not active in the small view.

Asked by Peter Evenepoel 5 huaire ó shin

Firefox is impeded by Google pop-up

When I search using Firefox I keep getting a google pop-up which requires me to agree to google's terms and if I refuse I cannot proceed with my search. If i try to ope… (tuilleadh eolais)

When I search using Firefox I keep getting a google pop-up which requires me to agree to google's terms and if I refuse I cannot proceed with my search. If i try to open a new search the google pop-up returns but with out the request to agree to google terms. Firefox is my default search engine. How can I stop this very annoying google pop-up?

Asked by chriswebb477 6 huaire ó shin