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How to Unlearn "Always Open This Tab in a Container" - Remove Site

Hey There! I have set photos.google.com to automatically open in a tab container called "Google." Now I would like remove this automatic function, as i might be opening t… (tuilleadh eolais)

Hey There!

I have set photos.google.com to automatically open in a tab container called "Google."

Now I would like remove this automatic function, as i might be opening that website in different container tab, since i have a mutipule google accounts spread across different google accounts.

Is there a way to remove or unlearn the "Always Open This Tab in a Container" for a specific domain?

As far as I can tell you can only change the container the automatically opens, but you can't just unlearn it.

Any suggestions?

Maybe add a unlearn option to the menu in the attached picture?

Asked by evansirchuk 5 mhí ó shin

Last reply by TyDraniu 5 lá ó shin

Digital certificate - ask you every time

"When a server requests your personal certificate" my preference is set to "Ask you every time" but Firefox is remembering the certificate I used last time for a site and… (tuilleadh eolais)

"When a server requests your personal certificate" my preference is set to "Ask you every time" but Firefox is remembering the certificate I used last time for a site and does not allow me to select a different certificate. How can I change this please? My Firefox browser version is 84.0.2 (64 bit). Thanks

Asked by julie_jakings 3 mhí ó shin

Last reply by juliovc77 6 lá ó shin

Tabs below address bar.. IS anyone at Mozilla listening??

For years now Mozilla has been forcing users to add a userChrome file to get their tabs BELOW the address bar. They have also been changing the rules for doing it every … (tuilleadh eolais)

For years now Mozilla has been forcing users to add a userChrome file to get their tabs BELOW the address bar. They have also been changing the rules for doing it every so often so users have to go back and modify their userChrome.css files.

WHY doesn't the Mozilla development team wake up and make it easier for users to maintain the look and feel of their UI to match their preferences. It shouldn't require a special .css file to make this happen.

PLEASE add settings in the about:config (or better yet in the tools/options) to allow users to move the tabs below the address bar line.

ARE YOU LISTENING Mozilla??

Asked by ddenby 5 mhí ó shin

Last reply by Trevor George, Bristol, UK 1 seachtain ó shin

new print menu terrible

The latest version 84.0.1 for Mac now opens a new print menu, which is terrible. How do I force it to go away and permanently default to "print using the system dialog",… (tuilleadh eolais)

The latest version 84.0.1 for Mac now opens a new print menu, which is terrible. How do I force it to go away and permanently default to "print using the system dialog", which "Firefox help" never heard of. I can't find any way to get rid of it. It is a hateful change to Firefox, I hate it and my sister is in tears. She hates computers anyway. Seniors can't handle these dramatic changes.

Asked by jmaroon452 5 mhí ó shin

Last reply by jscher2000 1 seachtain ó shin

Saving PDFs with Evernote clipper

I use Evernote web clipper as an add-on to Firefox. When I try to save web pages in PDF format, I get an error message saying "Due to the restrictions set by the browser,… (tuilleadh eolais)

I use Evernote web clipper as an add-on to Firefox. When I try to save web pages in PDF format, I get an error message saying "Due to the restrictions set by the browser, you cannot clip this page." Is there a way to make it work? Thanks!

Asked by andrea.tolu 5 mhí ó shin

Last reply by Tom 2 sheachtain ó shin

Firefox is using far too much RAM

Wow... I just updated and am trying to use Firefox as my default browser yet again, however, yet again, it's RAM usage is ruining an otherwise good relationship. Why does… (tuilleadh eolais)

Wow... I just updated and am trying to use Firefox as my default browser yet again, however, yet again, it's RAM usage is ruining an otherwise good relationship. Why does this browser guzzle RAM so hungrily? I had to reboot it as I couldn't type any longer, without waiting every few letters before seeing them on the screen, and I've got 60 Gigs of RAM. But Firefox was using 22 of them!

This has obviously been an ongoing issue for years, both from my experience, and the 2,000 threads that come up in response to this issue. Come on guys, it can't be this impossible to create a functional browser that is more RAM efficient, what's the problem?

Oh, and it sure would be nice, given 2,000 results from my search, to be able to filter them by date. I'm using version 84, so threads dealing with version 50 or so, aren't going to be of much help...

Asked by StevenCee 5 mhí ó shin

Last reply by FredMcD 1 mhí ó shin

Firefox + Bing homepage = loads of khrap

I am using firefox 84.0.1; I have my home page set to bing.com I am not smart enough to know where this stuff is coming from, but I have a lot of spam that I never want t… (tuilleadh eolais)

I am using firefox 84.0.1; I have my home page set to bing.com

I am not smart enough to know where this stuff is coming from, but I have a lot of spam that I never want to see on my Bing homepage. Examples:

- Bing Homepage Quiz - Get the new Bing wallpaper app - Join "Give with Bing" - Male Bing yours - transform your hompage...

Does anyone know how to get rid of this bloat? Some of us have never made it to the high speed information superhighway and are still stuck on the data dirt road. Thanks

Asked by dmcentee 1 mhí ó shin

Last reply by cor-el 1 mhí ó shin

Bookmarks defaulting to last bookmark location for no reason.

So, I just noticed today that my bookmarks section is acting oddly. Normally it brings up the option for where to send a bookmark. But randomly, I've seen it suddenly swi… (tuilleadh eolais)

So, I just noticed today that my bookmarks section is acting oddly. Normally it brings up the option for where to send a bookmark. But randomly, I've seen it suddenly switch to just defaulting to the last bookmark location. For example, I want to bookmark something in a bookmark folder I have specific for things related to writing, but when I go to bookmark the site, the first thing that comes up is the location I created for youtube videos. What exactly is going on here, and how do I fix that?

Asked by Marc7 5 mhí ó shin

Last reply by cor-el 1 mhí ó shin

firefox pop up reminder

I will pay any programmer 1000 US $ to give me a solution to permanently disable update firefox reminder that i see every day will make a contract thank you Tim timwhiten… (tuilleadh eolais)

I will pay any programmer 1000 US $ to give me a solution to permanently disable update firefox reminder that i see every day will make a contract thank you Tim timwhiteny@gmail.com

Asked by timwhiteny 1 mhí ó shin

Last reply by FredMcD 1 mhí ó shin

on-screen keyboard

Since the last update from Firefox to my tablet (Windows 10), the on-screen keyboard is displayed briefly when you select it in the toolbar, but then disappears again imm… (tuilleadh eolais)

Since the last update from Firefox to my tablet (Windows 10), the on-screen keyboard is displayed briefly when you select it in the toolbar, but then disappears again immediately, making an entry impossible! This phenomenon only occurs with Firefox, all other browsers and programs work perfectly with the on-screen keyboard!

Asked by Billroth2 1 mhí ó shin

Last reply by HenricuzHotmail 1 mhí ó shin

who decides these terrible ideas to change the basic way FF works?

Thanks to terrible, productivity-sucking changes in the basic functions of the FF browser, I have started using other browsers. First - FF updates far too frequently - al… (tuilleadh eolais)

Thanks to terrible, productivity-sucking changes in the basic functions of the FF browser, I have started using other browsers. First - FF updates far too frequently - almost daily. No option to block update notifications. Never know if it's something trivial, an important security fix, or a major interface change. The 'what's new' page is always incomplete. 2nd - FF downloads software surreptiously through the sneaky "normandy" back door and inserts feature changes irregardlessly. Doesn't matter if you explicitly selected NO to enrolling in studies. Users can't get a straight answer on how to disable Normandy. Named after the Allied stealth invasion of Europe, it does the same thing to our computers. 3rd- FF caters to fringe techie desires with an onslaught of unwanted or unsuable additions that bloats the software, uses up CPU, or inserts intrusive attention-seeking diversions. I am forced to spend too much time after each update to investigate how to shut off unwanted surprises as well as unannounced alterations to my option settings. For example, if I press the mute button on my keyboard a very large media window pops up and takes over a sizeable chunk of my computer screen. It cannot be resized. It has no close button. Took hours to find out how to disable this. 4th-FF developers seem to expect users to have the newest computer equipment, huge display screens, and lot's of extra memory. If not, too bad. 5th - the recent puzzling, arrogant changes to the basic print function is evidence of that mindset. FF developers say they aren't going to let users revert to the normal "classic" small foot-print pulldown menu on the left side of the screen to preview, set up headers, etc. Too bad if the open window is too narrow to view this new intrusive, real estate consuming right hand display. Too bad that you can no longer simply seamlessly interact and accomplish the task. Too bad that the FF developers think they know better than you that you should change the way you work. 6th Reader view is an obscure feature. I do not want to be forced to use it. I do my best to strip out or ignore the overwhelming number of pictographs competing for my attention, 7th - I can no longer see URLs in the address bar. You've truncated them. I am forced to cut and paste them into a text editor to see them in their entirety. 8th - Firefox hangs video streaming sites like peacocktv.com. Windows Taskmanager shows that FF forces CPU and hard drive usage to 100%. 9th -There is no mechanism to escape, break, or interrupt FF's failed video stream. How sad that Microsoft's obnoxious Edge browser is better at video streaming. It uses far less system resources on the same video streaming site. AND doesn't hang the OS. It's likely FF's new unwanted capability to launch multiple picture in pictures - which I don't use - hogs resources. 10th- How about beta testing using 'normal' non-super techie /gamer users? 11th -FF disabled user Feedback. I stopped updating Firefox. Not trustworthy.

Asked by plew29881 2 mhí ó shin

Last reply by ·´¯`·...¸>-)))º> ~dbben 1 mhí ó shin

inability to connect to bank website with Firefox

Long time user. Recently while trying to enter my Banco de Costa Rica site, the Connect just spins endlessly. I enter by using Last Pass. Have tried entering all manually… (tuilleadh eolais)

Long time user. Recently while trying to enter my Banco de Costa Rica site, the Connect just spins endlessly. I enter by using Last Pass. Have tried entering all manually, same result. Called bank, they asked what browser I used and said the problem was specific to Firefox, I used Google Chrome, no problem entering site, but pain in the *ss. Have used firefox for 12 to 15 years, would like to stay, but need full functionality

Asked by cozpop 1 mhí ó shin

Last reply by cor-el 1 mhí ó shin

Firefox "Print Preview" has disappeared from the File menu in 84.0.2

Hi, Somehow while searching for this solution on the web. I got my answer in a foreign Firefox. The answers posted to this solution are in English but all the other butto… (tuilleadh eolais)

Hi,

Somehow while searching for this solution on the web. I got my answer in a foreign Firefox. The answers posted to this solution are in English but all the other buttons are according to Goggle translate are in Lithuanian. How can I see this whole page in English?

I was able to answer a couple of people but if I search in my USA profile, none my posted questions or answers include the ones from the Lithuanian Firefox.  Just curious if I could see them here somehow. 

Amylogamy

Asked by Amylogamy 4 mhí ó shin

Last reply by jscher2000 1 mhí ó shin