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Issues with Yahoo Mail tab CLOSING after download

Since the most current Firefox update in June 2022, when in Yahoo Mail and downloading an attachment, as the download complete, the Yahoo Mail tab is automatically closin… (tuilleadh eolais)

Since the most current Firefox update in June 2022, when in Yahoo Mail and downloading an attachment, as the download complete, the Yahoo Mail tab is automatically closing, requiring I to go to 'History', then 'Recently Closed' tabs to re-open it. This happens Every.Single.Time I download photos and scanned docs from email. Again, this has never happened before - only with the recent Firefox update. I have 2021 a MacBook Pro.

Asked by dawnpdavis 5 mhí ó shin

Last reply by alex275 6 lá ó shin

Firefox closing Yahoo Mail Tab on download of attachment

I use Yahoo mail within Firefox. Just recently it has changed so that if I select the download option, to download any attachment to an email, it will either open (if say… (tuilleadh eolais)

I use Yahoo mail within Firefox. Just recently it has changed so that if I select the download option, to download any attachment to an email, it will either open (if say a PDF) or ask me where I want to save the attachment, but then the tab the Yahoo mail is open in will close once the attachment has opened/saved. Before, I could download/open/save or whatever and the Yahoo mail tab would remain open (as I would expect it to).

Any suggestions gratefully received.

Asked by Steve 4 mhí ó shin

Last reply by olsonda 2 mhí ó shin

All firefox based browsers stop video playback if window/tab loses focus

Hello, for some reason firefox and all firefox related browsers have developed a problem on my system. All videos and streams stop playing if the window/tab loses focus.… (tuilleadh eolais)

Hello, for some reason firefox and all firefox related browsers have developed a problem on my system. All videos and streams stop playing if the window/tab loses focus. This is not the first time this has happened but earlier this year using the about:config flag I will mention below the problem seemed to be fixed but now it is back and worse than ever. I have a symmetrical gigabit connection and the problem only occurs in firefox and it's related browsers, no other aspect of my internet is affected, just video/streams and only in these kinds of browsers.

I do have a bunch of extensions but all are ones I have had for a long time, years in most cases, they were not the cause of the problem before and starting in troubleshoot mode plus a fresh profile in a fresh instal confirmed they are not to blame now either.

To be precise about the issue, when I say the videos stop that is exactly what I mean, there are no lags, no buffering, no partially loaded video bar( where applicable), no tab crashes, no connection problems, no warnings about certain tabs or extensions slowing things down, nothing at all, the video simply stops.

I have tried

- safe/troubleshooting mode to rule out any extensions
- with and without my vpn running
- doing fresh installs of the browsers/ complete fresh slate, revo uninstaller pro ran and using fresh profiles 
- found some suggestions for the about:config page, namely window_occlusion_tracking
- found some contradicting information about hardware acceleration but I tried both with and without and it makes no difference
- experimenting with different versions of firefox, so if you can see which version I am using as I post this, the reason it is not the latest version is because I have tried rolling back through older releases to find one that works, but have yet to suceed,

But no matter what I have tried I cannot get the problem sorted. Either I have that specific window and tab as the sole active window on my device or I need to click into it and either reload the tab or push the play button multiple times before playback resumes.

Open to ideas because i'd rather not have to resort to chrome, thanks

Asked by lulyro 4 lá ó shin

Last reply by cor-el 4 lá ó shin

Scrolling after version 107 is choppy

After updating firefox from version 106 to 107 scrolling and site animations is choppy. 107.0.1 didn't fix the problem. Device info: OS: Win7 CPU: i5-460M D. GPU: ati mob… (tuilleadh eolais)

After updating firefox from version 106 to 107 scrolling and site animations is choppy. 107.0.1 didn't fix the problem.

Device info: OS: Win7 CPU: i5-460M D. GPU: ati mobility radeon HD5650

Asked by catmirror 4 lá ó shin

Last reply by Terry 3 lá ó shin

Intel Graphics driver stops responding

Not sure which update caused the issue, since I've been delaying updates for a little while (maybe 15 days or so). Immediately after starting Firefox, the Intel graphics … (tuilleadh eolais)

Not sure which update caused the issue, since I've been delaying updates for a little while (maybe 15 days or so). Immediately after starting Firefox, the Intel graphics driver stops working, which causes Firefox to hang on a white screen. The windows warning is something close to "Intel graphics driver stopped responding and has recovered". The only way I can start Firefox is in troubleshoot mode. I tried disabling hardware acceleration, which solves the problem but I'd like to keep using the GPU so it's not really a good solution. So I forced Firefox to use the NVIDIA GPU (gtx 960m) on the NVIDIA control panel. This worked, Firefox starts and works as normal again but within just a few hours has already caused the NVIDIA GPU drivers to stop responding once, prompting Firefox to stop responding too and hang on a white screen. Restarting Firefox fixed the problem. This might have been a fluke but I'd like to keep using the Intel integrated GPU, if possible.

I'm using Windows 8.1 and my laptop has an i7-4720HQ (Intel HD Graphics 4600) and a GTX 960m. I'm using the latest version of Firefox 106.0.2

Any idea what might be causing the problem? I haven't had any trouble with either GPU on any other occasion

Asked by walkingthyroid 1 mhí ó shin

Last reply by jonzn4SUSE 1 mhí ó shin

exclude pinned tabs from "List all Tabs" . . . is back again with the newest update!!

exclude pinned tabs from "List all Tabs" This happened before and it is really annoying. All of the pinned tabs are now on the list of tabs dropdown where the non-pinned… (tuilleadh eolais)

exclude pinned tabs from "List all Tabs"

This happened before and it is really annoying. All of the pinned tabs are now on the list of tabs dropdown where the non-pinned tabs should show. It is hard to work this way. Help!

Asked by trina2 1 mhí ó shin

Last reply by cor-el 1 mhí ó shin

Download failure

Firefox will not download anything from any website. Any time I try to access pdf, jpeg or what ever all I get is "download failed". I always need to resort to Edge to g… (tuilleadh eolais)

Firefox will not download anything from any website. Any time I try to access pdf, jpeg or what ever all I get is "download failed". I always need to resort to Edge to get it, ready to be done with Firefox. Any suggestions for someone who is only mildly technical? I have tried opening in Firefox and Adobe, tried saving instead, nothing works

Asked by mdoherty 1 mhí ó shin

Last reply by Terry 1 mhí ó shin

Need to make Firefox stop automatically downloading PDF files. None of the suggested fixes work.

I need to know how to stop firefox from automatically downloading every PDF file I look at. I’ve tried all of the suggested fixes on Mozilla and various other sites to n… (tuilleadh eolais)

I need to know how to stop firefox from automatically downloading every PDF file I look at. I’ve tried all of the suggested fixes on Mozilla and various other sites to no avail. None of them work. I’ve tried the following:

Going into settings, downloads, and checking “Always ask you where to save files.” Didn’t work.

Going into settings, applications, and under PDF, choosing “always ask.” Didn’t work.

Going into settings, applications, and under PDF, choosing “open in firefox.” Didn’t work.

Going into about:config and changing browser.download.alwaysOpenPanel from true to false. Didn’t work

None of these fixes stopped firefox from automatically downloading pdf files. I can’t just click on a pdf file to look at it without firefox downloading it.

I’m at wit’s end. My recylcle bin is full of unwanted pdf files.

Please give me a solution that actually works. My version is 105.0.3.

Asked by tamszion 1 mhí ó shin

Last reply by James 3 lá ó shin

Javascript

I had to add Javascript because one of my accounts need Javascript to open. After installing Javascript and allowing for all to be 'true', I still get this message when I… (tuilleadh eolais)

I had to add Javascript because one of my accounts need Javascript to open. After installing Javascript and allowing for all to be 'true', I still get this message when I try to open a 'show blocked content' in my email.

"The address wasn’t understood

Firefox doesn’t know how to open this address, because one of the following protocols (javascript) isn’t associated with any program or is not allowed in this context.

   You might need to install other software to open this address."

I never had any problem before installing Javascript. Thanks for any solutions.

Asked by jalnet1 2 mhí ó shin

Last reply by jscher2000 - Support Volunteer 2 mhí ó shin

Firefox slow

For the past few weeks Firefox has become VERY slow, refuses to load many web pages, displays security messages and is generally unusable. I have tried solutions from the… (tuilleadh eolais)

For the past few weeks Firefox has become VERY slow, refuses to load many web pages, displays security messages and is generally unusable. I have tried solutions from the troubleshooting page, reset Firefox, checked time and date but nothing makes any difference. Other browsers work as normal. Any suggestions please?

Asked by david.harvey425 5 mhí ó shin

Last reply by jonzn4SUSE 5 mhí ó shin

Console Response not showing HTML - only shows "raw"

In Firefox 107.0.1 64-bit (Windows 10) When looking at the console, the response tab no longer shows rendered HTML code - the response is blank. Only if I select "Raw" ov… (tuilleadh eolais)

In Firefox 107.0.1 64-bit (Windows 10)

When looking at the console, the response tab no longer shows rendered HTML code - the response is blank.

Only if I select "Raw" over on the right do I see anything - only code.

Is this new behaviour from Firefox, or have I inadvertently changed an option?

The only way to now see the rendered page is through the "Network" tab.

Please see images.

Asked by Tim 14 uair ó shin

Last reply by jscher2000 - Support Volunteer 12 uair ó shin

Firefox insta-crashing on startup. Hanging on opening in troubleshoot mode, then crashing after 20 seconds.

Good evening. I'm seeking some help with an issue I'm having with Firefox. As stated above, Firefox insta-crashes on startup. Hangs on opening in troubleshoot mode, then … (tuilleadh eolais)

Good evening. I'm seeking some help with an issue I'm having with Firefox.

As stated above, Firefox insta-crashes on startup. Hangs on opening in troubleshoot mode, then crashes after another 20 seconds and asks me to submit a report.

I believe this may have to do with the amount of tabs I had open when last using the browser. This morning I opened it up with about 7.8k tabs, and then closed it after adding another hundred. After trying to open the browser again, that's when the issues started. Until that point, the browser had been responsive and stable.

I've tried doing fresh installs of the browser and inserting the old data from the old profile, restoring to yesterday, and even trying without internet connection.

I have a Ryzen 5600X and 32GB of RAM, so I do not believe system resources are an issue.

Attached are some images. If any help could be provided, that'd be much appreciated.

Asked by Jon 1 lá ó shin

Last reply by cor-el 11 uair ó shin

Sudden Streaming Fail

Okay, this is a weird one. I have been streaming the video feed from a .tv site for several years (I like to chat and discuss episodes with other watchers). Last night, t… (tuilleadh eolais)

Okay, this is a weird one. I have been streaming the video feed from a .tv site for several years (I like to chat and discuss episodes with other watchers). Last night, the feed wouldn't load; I thought this may have been some slowness in my internet connection, so I shut my Windows laptop down and went to bed. I got up this morning and logged in, and the feed was doing the same thing (loading bar; three dots cycling over and over). I checked if there were any new updates for Firefox (there were not), and likewise any changes to the Windows codecs (all files are current). The rest of the browser (other open tabs) are working normally. Cleared the cache - same result. The feed was playing normally for the other site viewers, as I could see them commenting on the episodes that were currently playing. I then checked if I could access the .tv site via a different browser (MS Edge...ugh); and the site loaded and played normally. I checked it on my phone's browser; site played like it usually does. Hmmm... I then opened Firefox Private Browsing, typed in the site... and it's playing normally. Still nothing on my usual browser. Any Ideas?

Asked by LALonghorn 1 lá ó shin

Last reply by jonzn4SUSE 1 lá ó shin

Disable hardware video decoding for VP9 only?

Is it possible to disable hardware decoding for VP9 exclusively. Watching a 4K video on YouTube results in anywhere from 10% to 50% of frames dropped, which is not a grea… (tuilleadh eolais)

Is it possible to disable hardware decoding for VP9 exclusively. Watching a 4K video on YouTube results in anywhere from 10% to 50% of frames dropped, which is not a great experience. If I disable video decoding entirely I get 0% dropped frames, but with 20% cpu overhead, therefore I'd like to disable it for VP9, but keep it for H264.

Asked by me 1 lá ó shin

Last reply by cor-el 1 lá ó shin

How to inhibit animations/twinkles/flickers/waves that are replacing loading elements ?

SUMMARY : I would like to disable all animations/twinkles/flickers/waves that indicate some elements inside a Web page are missing and are being loaded. I think all these… (tuilleadh eolais)

SUMMARY : I would like to disable all animations/twinkles/flickers/waves that indicate some elements inside a Web page are missing and are being loaded. I think all these "animations" make my computer lag.

Hello,

I would say that since Firefox 89, my browser has begun lagging like hell when it loaded some rich Web pages. And I have the impression it is worse with Firefox 107. When I'm saying Firefox lags, I mean it uses heavily my CPU (over 50%), and Firefox is almost unresponsive (for complex Web pages. For Wikipedia or Amazon, I don't have any trouble for example). I have to wait for Firefox to finish to load the full Web page and to display all elements before the usage of my CPU gets back to 1%. And it can take several minutes for some sites/pages.

The problem doesn't come from my connection. And the trouble doesn't come from sites I'm visiting because once all elements are loaded Firefox is responsive.

More precisely, for some sites, when I start loading the page, Firefox replaces missing (i.e not yet displayed/loaded) elements of the page with a rectangle of the same size of the element and each one of these rectangles are slightly flickering to inform me that AT THIS PLACE there is an element of the same size that is going to be displayed. When I'm saying "flickering" I could say it looks like a rectangle with a gradient of gray that is "waving" slowly. Sometimes it's a very light gray, sometimes a dark gray. It depends of the sites.

And all these kind of "animations" are killing my computer. And I would like to totally disable these animations/twinkles/flickers/waves. For example, would it be possible to replace the color gradient animation with a static pink color ?

I have a 10 years old laptop with iGPU (an Intel i5-2410M exactly) without discrete GPU. That doesn't help. I know. For me the trouble comes from there. But currently I can't afford buying a new laptop. I think all my drivers are up to date as my Ubuntu 20.04 is up to date.

WHAT I'VE TRIED WITHOUT SUCCESS 1. I removed ‘.mozilla’ folder in my profile (i.e the folder that contains all addons and customizations) 2. Firefox in Safe Mode 3. I disabled hardware acceleration 4. I've tried Firefox uses too much memory or CPU resources

I really would appreciate your help because now, surfing on some sites becomes a big pain and I'm becoming mad (LOL).

Thank you in advance :)

Asked by V-Robin 2 lá ó shin

Last reply by Terry 2 lá ó shin

cannot access e-mail

bold textI have locked myself out and cannot receive e-mails. Forgotmy password. Do not want to lose any bookmarks, etc. Made a mess already. Afraid to go further in tryi… (tuilleadh eolais)

bold textI have locked myself out and cannot receive e-mails. Forgotmy password. Do not want to lose any bookmarks, etc. Made a mess already. Afraid to go further in trying to solve this myself. I think i did something while exploring Settings for the first time.

Asked by marieremington 2 lá ó shin

Last reply by Dropa 2 lá ó shin