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Random Crashes

Here is one of my crash IDs: bp-f9625951-7706-43b0-8a7f-6f0ae0230129 Since dealing with an issue with my laptop running Linux Mint 20.3 Cinnamon 64-bit involving a mergel… (tuilleadh eolais)

Here is one of my crash IDs: bp-f9625951-7706-43b0-8a7f-6f0ae0230129

Since dealing with an issue with my laptop running Linux Mint 20.3 Cinnamon 64-bit involving a mergelist error and packages with missing names, Firefox randomly crashes. Sometimes when it crashes it does it immediately every time I try to open it back up (sometimes even in safe mode), and other times it gets better after a reboot. I just installed the Flatpack version after the original one I had started crashing, so it is strange if it is an issue that just needs reinstalling Firefox, but other apps seem ok so I don't know that it's my OS.

I've tried looking for residual damage on my laptop after the earlier issue, but I can't find much information. System Reports tells me nothing is wrong and I can't make sense of syslogs.

Thank you for reading, I wish I had more details. If the crash report has any clues, please let me know.

Asked by uraneaumbre 3 huaire ó shin

Last reply by uraneaumbre 1 uair ó shin

about:support displays GPU #1 RAM value is 0 for 6600 XT with Mesa Driver

I'm trying to identify why the GPU RAM is reported as 0 in the report when an expected value should be greater than 0. If the browser is actually treating the GPU as havi… (tuilleadh eolais)

I'm trying to identify why the GPU RAM is reported as 0 in the report when an expected value should be greater than 0. If the browser is actually treating the GPU as having zero RAM it might be a starting point to investigate why the browser is unresponsive for sometimes up to 30 second when 42 tabs are open and I'm opening a new tab and trying to interact with an existing tab after switching between tabs or windows. Often these are divided between two or three windows grouping tabs as part of a multi monitor workflow while editing Wiki content. The system responsiveness is unaffected and other program do not change in their responsiveness. This occurs while CPU is under load and not under load, but occurs more frequently when under cpu load (low priority compute applications via BOINC for distributed computing). No GPU compute is being used.

Firefox was installed via the Pop!_OS Pop!_Shop. Confusingly the Pop!_Shop lists two Firefox Browsers (one by Mozilla, and one by the Mozilla Corporation) I'm told that these are separate due to their app IDs not matching which prevents the listings from being merged, but it is unclear which is sourced from what repository and how they differ for install as flatpak, deb, etc are not specified in the UI of the Pop!_Shop.

Asked by Jonathan Brier 1 lá ó shin

Youtube lagging : Firefox 109.0 (64bit)

Youtube videos take a while to load due to lagging. Once loaded streams ok until I move forward or backwards within the same video and lagging restarts. If click to wa… (tuilleadh eolais)

Youtube videos take a while to load due to lagging. Once loaded streams ok until I move forward or backwards within the same video and lagging restarts.

If click to watch another video same thing happens.

This is a trecent problem

This problem is not present in other browers : (Edge, Chrome), with the same video, and on the same laptop.

I have tried various suggestions: Reset Firefox New Profile disable hardware accelaration.

But the problem persists.

Asked by Moondogger 1 lá ó shin

tabs and troubleshooting

Is there any way to get tab names listed on troubleshooting info of anykind? I don't think you can do anything with windows task-manager but can anything be done with FF … (tuilleadh eolais)

Is there any way to get tab names listed on troubleshooting info of anykind? I don't think you can do anything with windows task-manager but can anything be done with FF internal task-manager? I'm not a programmer so trying to make sense out of what I read, I hate to say but I have no clue :( what im reading most of the time. And when im trying to track it down to a particular tab it is impossible! As far as I can tell, it doesn't even show most of my tabs. Its bad enough when the 2 task-managers show different info. Amazon Prime Video website has major issues, memory (like taking up GB's of memory) and freezing while it sorts out the memory, upto several minutes if FF doesn't crash. If I close the tab with most memory sometimes it closes the Prime tab and FF goes on, other times I don't know what it closes and the whole browser shuts down. I run Nightly and is kept up to date.

Asked by starsaa 3 lá ó shin

Last reply by starsaa 2 lá ó shin

Firefox and Thunderbird crash on startup

On my computer, I run Mageia Cauldron with a GNOME environment. After a recent update of my system, both Firefox and Thunderbird have stopped working. They crash constan… (tuilleadh eolais)

On my computer, I run Mageia Cauldron with a GNOME environment. After a recent update of my system, both Firefox and Thunderbird have stopped working. They crash constantly when I try to launch either of them. In both cases, when I try to launch them from the command line, I get the following message: ATTENTION: default value of option mesa_glthread overridden by environment. ATTENTION: default value of option mesa_glthread overridden by environment. Segmentation fault (core dumped)

For basic info, my system is: OS: Linux Mageia Cauldron Environment: GNOME Shell 43.1 Display server: X11 Kernel: 6.1.8-desktop-1.mga9 x86_64 Firefox: 102.7.0esr Thunderbird: 102.6.1

Looking around, it seems to be a bug with Firefox and Thunderbird, but besides waiting for a new update that might fix itself, I wonder if there is something I can do to make them work now.

Thank you.

Asked by imbeault.regis 4 lá ó shin

Last reply by imbeault.regis 3 lá ó shin

I'm having difficulty ending autoscroll events cleanly - What is the best way?

I do a lot of autoscrolling, initiated by clicking and releasing the mouse wheel and controlled by moving the mouse away from me or toward me. A particular problem for m… (tuilleadh eolais)

I do a lot of autoscrolling, initiated by clicking and releasing the mouse wheel and controlled by moving the mouse away from me or toward me.

A particular problem for me is that ending the autoscroll cleanly often fails. I try end to end the scroll by clicking the mouse wheel again. Sometimes this succeeds, but often it doesn't and I get scrolled very far beyond where I wanted to stop (after making repeated wheel clicks and/or left mouse button clicks). Sometimes, totally out of control.

So, two questions:

1. What is Mozilla's intended way for the user to terminate an autoscroll event?

2. Can it be that the above problem is also related to keyboard lag (keystrokes often delayed by 1-2 seconds or don't ever make the screen) which I have been experiencing for some time? Maybe some mouse clicks are getting lost too, or are being delayed. I see in the forum and elsewhere online that a lot of FireFox users have had keyboard lag problems, in posts from many years back to the present, with few successful fixes. What is the best way for me to fix this? -- or is it a bug that needs attention?

Asked by SE-Tundra 3 lá ó shin

Firefox window resize freeze after time

I'm using Ubuntu 22.04.1/Wayland and FireFox Snap for Ubuntu 109.0 and I have two monitor bigger and smaller. After some time of using Firefox it's hang or something like… (tuilleadh eolais)

I'm using Ubuntu 22.04.1/Wayland and FireFox Snap for Ubuntu 109.0 and I have two monitor bigger and smaller. After some time of using Firefox it's hang or something like that. When it happens I can normally open pages and use firefox except I can't move tab, resize window and when I move firefox from one monitor to second then it fit to half of screen (when move from smaller monitor to bigger) or window is behind monitor (when move FF from bigger monitor to smaller, you can see on screenshot what I mean). When I close FF and open everything works fine.

Asked by FELIXORZESZEKPRIV 4 lá ó shin

Last reply by FELIXORZESZEKPRIV 4 lá ó shin

Webpages loading extremely slowly on Mac OS Ventura

I am running the latest Firefox on Mac OS Ventura and too often webpage loading slows to an agonising crawl. I can’t figure out what’s causing it. The system is not overl… (tuilleadh eolais)

I am running the latest Firefox on Mac OS Ventura and too often webpage loading slows to an agonising crawl. I can’t figure out what’s causing it. The system is not overloaded and the Firefox task manage also mostly shows idle tasks. I have no clue how to debug this issue.

Any help would be appreciated.

Asked by KS 4 lá ó shin

Firefox keeps crashing / Failed to load critical module "resource://gre/modules/WebNavigation.jsm"

Hello everyone, I was here recently since nothing in Firefox wanted to load, but I fixed that by using old sessionstore.jsonlz4 so I guess that session was corrupted. New… (tuilleadh eolais)

Hello everyone, I was here recently since nothing in Firefox wanted to load, but I fixed that by using old sessionstore.jsonlz4 so I guess that session was corrupted.

New problem: Everyday when I start my PC and Firefox it keeps crashing over and over until I use an old working sessionstore file again. So it seems that everytime Firefox tries to save my current session with nothing changed/ different from the backup it corrupts it and I have to use the old backup again - which obviously sucks since no matter what I open/ do today it will be "deleted" again tomorrow.

The only "interesting" thing the crash report shows is MozCrashReason: Failed to load critical module "resource://gre/modules/WebNavigation.jsm" but I will share the troubleshooting information below if that helps.

My only idea left is to save the most important tabs and wipe everything else off my Firefox to see if that helps - but if it doesnt then I have to restore my old session yet again and all progress is lost again no matter what I do.

Any ideas are appreciated especially since I didnt change anything relevant about my system or Firefox in recent times so I have no Idea where all of these problems come from all of a sudden.

Asked by JustLeon 4 lá ó shin

Last reply by JustLeon 4 lá ó shin

Context menu and tab bar unexpected behavior after last update (109.0, 64-bit)

After Firefox’s latest update (109.0 - 64-bit) I am experiencing several bugs. I’ve narrowed it down to two things: Context and dropdown menus do not appear, yet they … (tuilleadh eolais)

After Firefox’s latest update (109.0 - 64-bit) I am experiencing several bugs.

I’ve narrowed it down to two things:

  • Context and dropdown menus do not appear, yet they are present (if I click where they would be the intended behavior happens). This happens for both the menu bar and the toolbar, as well as when doing right click in any website.
  • I cannot move tabs along the tab bar.

No extension is causing this since I have disabled all of them.

Is some else experiencing these or similar issues?

If these are not common problems, does anyone know what could be causing them and how to solve them?

Thanks in advance!

Asked by Baobab 4 lá ó shin

Last reply by Baobab 4 lá ó shin

When I try to scroll, by rolling or clicking the mouse, there is a 2-second delay

When I try to scroll, by rolling or clicking the mouse, there is a 2-second delay before scrolling starts. I am also getting a very awkward keyboard delay (for many but n… (tuilleadh eolais)

When I try to scroll, by rolling or clicking the mouse, there is a 2-second delay before scrolling starts. I am also getting a very awkward keyboard delay (for many but not every keystroke). Scrolling and keyboard use are normal in other programs.

I have tried with hardware acceleration both on and off. I have over 8gb of free memory, CPU at a low percentage used, and a low commit level.

I am a long-time FireFox user. I have been using my installed extensions for years, and have no newly installed programs on the computer.

Asked by SE-Tundra 4 lá ó shin

Firefox opens more than once then freezes

When I click on firefox (once) to open it (internet connection good), nothing happens for ages then it comes up with the attached error message. I have to reload and some… (tuilleadh eolais)

When I click on firefox (once) to open it (internet connection good), nothing happens for ages then it comes up with the attached error message. I have to reload and sometimes it opens two or three windows and freezes. I have cleared caches, streamlined my laptop and checked for malicious software - no result. Please help thanks

Asked by Kev King 4 lá ó shin

Google sourced content often fails to load

For the last few months (perhaps concurrent with a Firefox update, but I don't remember), Firefox seems to be having problems with Google-sourced stuff. It's intermittent… (tuilleadh eolais)

For the last few months (perhaps concurrent with a Firefox update, but I don't remember), Firefox seems to be having problems with Google-sourced stuff. It's intermittent, but the most frequent failures are searches using either the address field or the dedicated search field - much of the time I just get a blank page, and at first it looks like it might be trying to load something, but after awhile the "X" abort icon changes to the reload icon, signaling that it thinks it is loaded or has given up. Success or failure seems to come in waves or phases, not completely random - immediately retrying will usually not work. If I can get to the Google home page by typing "google.com" directly (which has a much better batting average than searching in the address/search fields, although not always), I can search directly on the Google page without trouble for some mysterious reason (perhaps that fills the page using AJAX rather than reloading - I'm not sure). But then clicking on one of the results might not work, because that initially goes to a Google URL before redirecting to the requested page. I've resorted to extracting the page location from that redirection URL just to bypass Google.

Other Google services have problems, too. YouTube's home page usually loads outlines of videos, but sometimes it fails to fill in thumbnails and other details or does so VERY slowly. Occasionally even reCaptcha will fail to load when I'm trying to log into some site that uses it. And even when something appears to fully load and function (e.g. a couple Google Sheets I use daily), often the "stop loading this page" X and hourglass on the tab will remain, indicating that it thinks something is still loading (in that case, it seems to never time out - I either click the X or ignore it). All these types of failures started at the same time, so they seem to have a common cause.

I have not noticed any problems with sources that are not owned by Google. And Chrome and Edge have no problems at all. So apparently it's specifically Firefox and Google that are not getting along. I'm running Firefox 108.0.1 (in PortableApps, although located on my hard drive) on Windows 11.

These failures happen even if I start Firefox in troubleshooting mode (which proves it's not caused by an add-on) or open Google in a private window so that there are no cookies involved. Since Chrome works, I also tried using the User-Agent Switcher add-on to pretend I'm Chrome, but that also has no effect. I expected to see tons of other complaints about this on the web, but there have been surprisingly few, and the only suggestion that seemed relevant (and effective for some people) was to set "security.tls.enable_0rtt_data" to false, but that has not made any noticeable difference in my case.

I waited through a couple Firefox updates, hoping it would just get well, but I've lost patience. Are there any new ideas out there?

Asked by OsakaWebbie 3 seachtaine ó shin

Last reply by OsakaWebbie 5 lá ó shin

https://mail.yahoo.com/d/folders/1?.intl=us&.partner=sbc&.lang=en-US

The above website will display a "No Internet Connection" message every 2-3 hours. When I close Firefox ESR 102.7.0, I get a " Firefox still running message" and when I c… (tuilleadh eolais)

The above website will display a "No Internet Connection" message every 2-3 hours. When I close Firefox ESR 102.7.0, I get a " Firefox still running message" and when I click on "Stop the process" it closes and Firefox will re-start with internet access, will run for 2-4 hours then happens again. I am running Win 7 Ultimate with all updates on an HP DV-7 laptop with an I-5 processor. Also it seems that the longer Firefox runs the more Processor time it takes. It will start with about 20%, then in an hour or 2 will be at 95%.

Asked by hjosepht 5 lá ó shin

Email Yahoo won't load up & function correctly

Hi - my Yahoo email page is causing problems - to start with every time I tried to scroll I got a blank page until I scrolled back so I couldn't look down the list. Now Y… (tuilleadh eolais)

Hi - my Yahoo email page is causing problems - to start with every time I tried to scroll I got a blank page until I scrolled back so I couldn't look down the list. Now Yahoo won't load up at all. It's not a Yahoo issue as it's working fine on my phone.

Any suggestions as to what this may be & how to sort it please?

Thanks, Marg.

Asked by pearlgirl517 5 lá ó shin

Lag in select menus (and now Firefox toolbar)

After starting Firefox, dropdown menus on websites have a delay of several seconds before the data appears and I can click. The problem disappears after a number of drop… (tuilleadh eolais)

After starting Firefox, dropdown menus on websites have a delay of several seconds before the data appears and I can click. The problem disappears after a number of dropdowns are used. It doesn't matter which sites, it's some arbitrary number of selections and then the problem goes away and everything is fine until the next startup of Firefox. Menus in Firefox were not affected. Because it goes away, I've just been putting up with it.

Since v109, the problem has expanded to include all menus in Firefox as well. Same lag effect, but it appears longer now and has become a serious issue with productivity.

I'm running Windows 10 on an average machine. Thanks for any help.

Asked by info8610 5 lá ó shin

My LMS Site slow to Buffer

My Red Vector / Convergence LMS that I use has recently become very slow when searching or saving within the system. Does Mozilla need to make changes for this Site ? If … (tuilleadh eolais)

My Red Vector / Convergence LMS that I use has recently become very slow when searching or saving within the system. Does Mozilla need to make changes for this Site ? If not then I will have to go to Chrome. It works fine in Chrome. Please respond back. Thanks

Asked by ron.lamar 5 lá ó shin

Automatic email signatures are broken on Outlook Live websites (owa)

Previous attempts at troubleshooting documented here: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1402451#answer-1561438 As described in the title, automatic email signat… (tuilleadh eolais)

Previous attempts at troubleshooting documented here: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1402451#answer-1561438

As described in the title, automatic email signatures in Outlook Live websites (outlook.live.com and owa's) become gibberish (see attached image). They are unreadable in both text editor and just email visualizer. The issue is not limited to the latest version (109.0).

As described before: Whenever I restart Firefox in Troubleshoot mode, it solves the problem. But disabling all extensions and restarting Firefox does not. Disabling "Use hardware acceleration when available" and "Use recommended performance settings." and restarting also does not solve the problem. Restarting Firefox (not in Troubleshoot mode) sometimes solves the issue, as well as right after an update of the app; but not always. Starting Firefox after a computer restart usually brings the problem back. This problem also happens in my laptop (MacBookPro), so it is not restricted to this computer (macMini).

I would really appreciate some support.

Asked by Tiago Pomella Lobo 5 lá ó shin