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104.0.2 update has shrunk text size on all websites and is causing webpages to display improperly

Instantly upon installing the latest update I've witnessed glaring issues across the board with Firefox that are severely impacting my ability to browse websites. The t… (tuilleadh eolais)

Instantly upon installing the latest update I've witnessed glaring issues across the board with Firefox that are severely impacting my ability to browse websites.

The two major issues are as listed in the title, all text is about 10-20% smaller, the ui elements displayed within web pages are also shrunk to this same degree (zooming in the page just makes everything appear distorted and thus is not an acceptable fix), and many parts of text or coding are broken on pages that cause them to display the wrong colors which make many sites all but impossible to read.

I do not utilize any of the windows settings for zooming or making text larger, I've already attempted to clear cache and cookies, and thus far I can't find any way to resolve the issue. To be clear, this is a firefox issue because other browsers such as chrome still display everything perfectly.

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Widevine CDM doesnt install

Hello! I'm having an issue with Netflix, i am unable to play anything there at all. It always shows a message saying "firefox is installing components needed to play the… (tuilleadh eolais)

Hello!

I'm having an issue with Netflix, i am unable to play anything there at all. It always shows a message saying "firefox is installing components needed to play the audio or video on this page" and refuses to load anything, showing an error, F7701-1003.

After some investigation, i found out that the issue is with Firefox not loading "Widevine Content Decryption Module provided by Google Inc.". I have seasrched and tried several troubleshooting processes, and was unable to find a solution. Refreshing, reinstalling, manually deleting the profile folder, all fails

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Restore Previous Session

Although I had long ago selected "Open Previous Windows and Tabs" in Start-Up, my windows and tabs were not restored when I inadvertently quit Firefox this morning and re… (tuilleadh eolais)

Although I had long ago selected "Open Previous Windows and Tabs" in Start-Up, my windows and tabs were not restored when I inadvertently quit Firefox this morning and restarted. I then went to the three horizontal bar Application Menu > History to look for "restore previous session", but that button was missing.

So I have two questions: 1. Why didn't my selected preference, "open Previous Windows and Tabs " at Start-Up work? Is there a fix? 2. What has happened to my "restore previous session button in the History tab of the Application Menu, upper right of toolbar? Has Firefox deleted the "restore previous session" button? Can I reinstall it in some way?

I'll be grateful for advice. Thank you

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Firefox displaying fonts and some formatting incorrectly

I didn't change or adjust anything, but when I opened Firefox this morning some websites are displaying differently. On some websites, the font size is smaller than 'norm… (tuilleadh eolais)

I didn't change or adjust anything, but when I opened Firefox this morning some websites are displaying differently. On some websites, the font size is smaller than 'normal' (see attached Wikipedia screenshots), some font styles have been changed (see attached Serebii and Archive of Our Own screenshots), and some websites are not displaying properly (see attached tumblr screenshots). I have cleared my cookies, cleared my browsing history, reset my browsing and font preferences, disabled all of my add-ons,disconnected from my VPN, logged out and back into Firefox, restarted my computer, and uninstalled and reinstalled Firefox, but the issue still persists.

I'm aware I can custom adjust the font size, which solves the sizing issue, but not the display or changed font.

I've included screenshots of the issues, as well as Chrome screenshots for comparison.

Is there anything else I can do to fix this? Thank you for the help!!

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How to change a keyboard shortcut

I have Firefox installed on Linux (Fedora), Windows, and macOS, and on Windows and Mac, I can use ctrl (cmd on Mac) + shift + Y to open the Bitwarden extension. On Linux,… (tuilleadh eolais)

I have Firefox installed on Linux (Fedora), Windows, and macOS, and on Windows and Mac, I can use ctrl (cmd on Mac) + shift + Y to open the Bitwarden extension. On Linux, this instead opens the downloads library (which is normally ctrl + shift + j...). Is there any way to change the shortcuts on Linux to be the same as the other two OSes? Judging by the many many open questions on this site about changing shortcuts, I'm not holding my breath...

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Left click is not working unable to open link, start videos

The issue appeared about two days ago. On the page https://index.hu/ the left click is not working from firefox. This is the most popular news site in Hungary. I also exp… (tuilleadh eolais)

The issue appeared about two days ago. On the page https://index.hu/ the left click is not working from firefox. This is the most popular news site in Hungary. I also experienced the issue on other sites.

It is working fine from chrome and chromium. The issue is appeared on linux and windows 10 machines as well.

I tried to clear the cache but it does not help.

Please fix this ASAP or I have to delete your browser.

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My firefox browser keeps telling me that the server is not found everytime I use the search browser

Every time I try to use the search function I get this message, saying that they can't find the URL. I've already tried checking my connection, my firewall, restarting my… (tuilleadh eolais)

Every time I try to use the search function I get this message, saying that they can't find the URL. I've already tried checking my connection, my firewall, restarting my computer, using the troubleshoot mode, and uninstalling + reinstalling again. Can somebody please help?

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What are there different profiles? Why is "default" not the default?

Today I stumbled on an issue that seems to have affected a number of users who care about profiles. The issue is articulated well here. It appears that a clean installati… (tuilleadh eolais)

Today I stumbled on an issue that seems to have affected a number of users who care about profiles. The issue is articulated well here. It appears that a clean installation of Firefox results in the creation of two profiles, one called "default-release" and another "default" where "default-release" is the default. Ugh.

Can any user safely delete the "default" profile and rename the "default-release" profile to "default" to restore a simple, uncomplicated configuration? Why wouldn't Firefox do this by default?

I understand from question 1264072 that Firefox did this intentionally to support multiple installs and release channels, but why shouldn't the "default" profile be used by default? Surely a user who is not performing multiple installs or dealing with multiple release channels shouldn't have their profile names polluted by unaffected concerns.

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firefox browser occasionally downloads unknown htm files

Firefox browser occasionally downloads unknown htm files with 0KB size. If I open the file, what I see is just an empty file opened in firefox browser. I have absolutely … (tuilleadh eolais)

Firefox browser occasionally downloads unknown htm files with 0KB size. If I open the file, what I see is just an empty file opened in firefox browser. I have absolutely no idea why this is happening or in what situation this happens. Has anyone heard of or solved this kind of situation before?

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Blinking Cursor - Insertion point to thin

I just upgraded to a 4k monitor and the blinking cursor is so thin I can not see it. I have adjusted the thickness in windows 10 with took care of the issue with Micros… (tuilleadh eolais)

I just upgraded to a 4k monitor and the blinking cursor is so thin I can not see it. I have adjusted the thickness in windows 10 with took care of the issue with Microsoft applications but I can't figure out how to make it thicker in Firefox.

I've tried changing from Firefox theme to System theme but there was no change. Fonts is set to Segoe UI 17.

I have System theme -- auto enabled.

Any suggestions?

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Font Size of main content on all sites renders at 13px after waking from sleep

All of a sudden, after waking my computer from sleep, I found that many websites in Firefox are displaying the main text content at 13px, ignoring font sizes specified in… (tuilleadh eolais)

All of a sudden, after waking my computer from sleep, I found that many websites in Firefox are displaying the main text content at 13px, ignoring font sizes specified in CSS etc. I first discovered this on my organization's website, I thought it was a browser cache issue, but it has persisted. The text content on our front page is all the correct size, but everything on the website that is "main content" text that is not in a heading tag, like blog post or regular page content, is rendered at 13px. Other sites like Wikipedia load this way as well. In private mode, the issue disappears. In Chrome, the issue does not occur.

I have cleared all cookies, browser cache, site data, history, and the problem persists. I have checked the default font settings in Firefox, the checkbox saying websites should override the font settings is already checked. Zoom is set to 100%. I updated to the latest version in the course of restarting, and it didn't fix the issue either.

In the attached screenshot, the examples on the left are in regular Firefox windows. On the top right, a page on our site is displayed correctly in Firefox private mode. In the bottom right, Wikipedia is displayed correctly in Google Chrome.

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Make firefox (linux, snap) mouse pointer adhere to system settings

I have recently updated to Xubuntu 22 and in the process my firefox was migrated to the snap version. Now firefox is using its own mouse pointer style (smaller pointer, … (tuilleadh eolais)

I have recently updated to Xubuntu 22 and in the process my firefox was migrated to the snap version. Now firefox is using its own mouse pointer style (smaller pointer, "hand with cuff pointing left" instead of "hand pointing up" over links). I can edit the system style of my mouse pointer, but that does not change the mouse pointer while in Firefox. This seems the same problem like these two questions: - https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1380997 - https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1369875

How do I make Firefox use the system settings for the mouse pointer? Or at least how do I change the mouse pointer style/settings for Firefox snap at all?

For reference my Firefox Version is 104.0.2 (64-bit) Mozilla Firefox Snap for Ubuntu. My desktop environment is xfce 4.16.

Thanks, Peter

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Auto-rotation by-pass on Firefox with all websites

With the latest update, something was either broken or MSN figured out a way to by-pass a security feature or how browser (security and or search), now allows auto-rotati… (tuilleadh eolais)

With the latest update, something was either broken or MSN figured out a way to by-pass a security feature or how browser (security and or search), now allows auto-rotation to occur without users consent. What I mean, for instance a user goes to a page that has a box that has either picture views or views of another page but in that same page. Once you go into that page from a link on MSN.com the auto-rotation gets turnded on by default automatically. Before the update, this didnt happen! I have all my setting on strict and dont allow this, but it still occurs. All and any pages with this type of scroll or auto-rotation this occurs.

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Input languages

In the previous versions of Firefox, when selecting a language of input, all the other languages were unselected. This was a much better option than today's, where they r… (tuilleadh eolais)

In the previous versions of Firefox, when selecting a language of input, all the other languages were unselected. This was a much better option than today's, where they remain selected, allowing to check in several languages simultaneously. The problem with that is that when a word exists in both languages with a small difference (accent, two letters reversed or something like that), if there is a spelling mistake, it may not appear. In the example below, "defense" should be with an accent: "défense".

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Firefox 104 displays blank page on some websites

Hello, I've upgraded my Ubuntu distribution from Ubuntu 20.04 to 22.04 yesterday. This forced me to update my Firefox version, I am now running the 104.0.2. I now have th… (tuilleadh eolais)

Hello, I've upgraded my Ubuntu distribution from Ubuntu 20.04 to 22.04 yesterday. This forced me to update my Firefox version, I am now running the 104.0.2. I now have the following issue: on some websites, the page loads normally but as soon as it's loaded, the page becomes entirely blank. This doesn't seem to be a website issue, as it actually appears normal for a very short instant before it disappears. A website for which this happens is: https://www.lalibre.be/ (I only encountered the issue on another website but it's from the same editor). I tried in a private window and it works normally! I tried in the normal window after deactivating all the addons, it still doesn't work. I tried with or without the Firefox account logged in, it doesn't work. Until now, it's only these 2 websites from the same editor, but as I said, they worked fine yesterday, they work fine on other browsers and they work fine in Firefox private mode. Any idea where this might come from?

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Where did all of my saved bookmarks go?

Please help! With the latest firefox update all of my bookmarks (and I have hundreds) are now gone!! I went on online to find help and the help was confusing and I could… (tuilleadh eolais)

Please help! With the latest firefox update all of my bookmarks (and I have hundreds) are now gone!! I went on online to find help and the help was confusing and I couldn't figure out how to reload my bookmarks from the backup. Please walk me through the process step by step, I really need all of my saved bookmarks that I save articles for research, etc. Thank you

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Printers not being seen in Firefox 104.0.2

Since the upgrade to Firefox 104.0.2, the only option when printing is to select "Save to PDF". All other apps can printer to any of my printers. I have to save as a pdf … (tuilleadh eolais)

Since the upgrade to Firefox 104.0.2, the only option when printing is to select "Save to PDF". All other apps can printer to any of my printers. I have to save as a pdf then print the document using the PDF viewer. I have HP4100 & HP9025 printers on my network, that all other apps can see and print to. I've refreshed Firefox & re-installed Firefox but the problem still persists. The System's printer dialog shows that both printers are available and changing default, or reinstalling the printers makes no difference. OS is Ubuntu 22.04.1 LTS.

Screenshots show the printer window in Firefox, and the Printer Settings from the OS Settings window.

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Cannot Accept risk and continue

Hello, Firefox is not showing Accept the risk and continue-button when advance button is clicked. Due to this i am not able to access server. Image is attached for refer… (tuilleadh eolais)

Hello,

Firefox is not showing Accept the risk and continue-button when advance button is clicked. Due to this i am not able to access server. Image is attached for reference.

Using 104.0.2 (64-bit) on Window 11

No other browser I have used is having this issue with this site, just Firefox.

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