Ceisteanna leis an gclib seo á dtaispeáint: Taispeáin gach ceist

Want to download PDF documents into Google Drive

Using Firefox, I would like to download PDF documents that are online directly to a Google Drive folder. Is that possible with Firefox? Thanks in advance for a response! … (tuilleadh eolais)

Using Firefox, I would like to download PDF documents that are online directly to a Google Drive folder. Is that possible with Firefox? Thanks in advance for a response!

Asked by mitch32 6 lá ó shin

Need to hide "Browser is under remote control (Reason: Marionette)"

I am in need to develop Visual Studio Desktop Application for Windows, and open 1 website in InPrivate or incognito mode, that is achieve for Edge and Chrome browser and … (tuilleadh eolais)

I am in need to develop Visual Studio Desktop Application for Windows, and open 1 website in InPrivate or incognito mode, that is achieve for Edge and Chrome browser and able to hide "Browser is under remote control", but can't able to figure out parameter or settings to do that for Firefox browser.

I am using Firefox 128.0 (64-bit) and Selenium WebDriver 4.22.0, Selenium.WebDriver.GeckoDriver 0.34.0.

I opened https://github.com/mozilla/geckodriver/issues/2186, and thought that, maybe there is any settings of Mozilla Firefox (about:profile), so ask here also.

Need your expert advice.

Regards,

Kamal Kiri

Asked by Kamal Kiri 6 lá ó shin

Disabling GPU process fixes stuttering on external display on dual-GPU Optimus laptop

My configuration is the following: Windows 11, internal display connected to iGPU and external UHD display to nvidia-HDMI port, multiple firefox windows are opened (1 one… (tuilleadh eolais)

My configuration is the following: Windows 11, internal display connected to iGPU and external UHD display to nvidia-HDMI port, multiple firefox windows are opened (1 one the internal screen, 2 on the external).

Then in Windows->Settings->GPU I can select firefox to run on either iGPU (powersaving) or on Nvidia GPU (max perf), the problem is the following: Whenever I set firefox running on iGPU, there would be a massive stuttering/framedrop on an external display (connected to NVIDIA), while a perfectly smooth browsing on internal display, and vice versa.

My first attempt was to disable webrenderer compositor or switching it to a software rendering, which fixes the heavy stuttering, but the scrolling becomes overall less fluid/responsive.

However, setting "layers.gpu-process.enabled" to "false" seemingly solves this problem completely. Now I have a perfectly smooth scrolling on both displays, regardless of which GPU is used in Windows->Settings->GPU (nvidia's is arguably a little but more responsive).

Hope this helps someone, or maybe dev team could look deeper into this.

Thank you for the great browser!

Asked by Alexey Samosyuk 1 lá ó shin