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Password Problems

Firefox asked me if I wanted to clean up my firefox and I said yes and I lost all my user names and passwords. Furthermore, now, of several that I do remember, when I ent… (emoñe’ẽve)

Firefox asked me if I wanted to clean up my firefox and I said yes and I lost all my user names and passwords. Furthermore, now, of several that I do remember, when I enter those websites and type in the user name and password it prompts me to ask if I want to save them, I say yes, but it does not save them. Is there any way to get these back? Why aren't the passwords I enter going forward saving? I'm furious about this as I have no other record of these. I do not have any kind of password software either. I've used Firefox for 10+ years but ready to jump to a different browser. This is maddening

For the past few days I could not access my e-mail trough Firefox, but I could through other browser - why?

Please explain and advise how to resolve the problem. Thank you! Besides, why there is a mention in red that my account is not active. I have been using Firefox constantl… (emoñe’ẽve)

Please explain and advise how to resolve the problem. Thank you! Besides, why there is a mention in red that my account is not active. I have been using Firefox constantly for several years. Any explanation?

Firefox for windows update/download

I have been using Firefox for 64bit Windows (now Win 11) for years. Occasionally, when I open Firefox a message will appear informing me that a new version is available,… (emoñe’ẽve)

I have been using Firefox for 64bit Windows (now Win 11) for years. Occasionally, when I open Firefox a message will appear informing me that a new version is available, and it gives me a choice to download it or not. I normally select not to download it, and instead go to Help/About which then automatically checks my version to determine whether or not it is up to date. Lately, that has not been working properly, or at least not the same as it used to work.

Today the message opened to tell me a new version was available. I closed that message, and went to Help/About which showed my current version, 100.0.1, is "up to date". So I then went to the mozilla website, and found that there is a later version, 101.0, available. As you can see by that the auto check in Help/About seemed to not have worked correctly. So, wanting to be up to date, I attempted to download the new 101.0 version. When I clicked on Download it immediately displayed the message, "Your download was interrupted. But all is not lost. Your system may not meet the requirements for Firefox, but you can try one of these versions."

No matter how many times I tried, it continued to give me that message without allowing me to download the 101.0 version. So I went back to Help/About to try that again. It still said my version 100.0.1 is "up to date". I started over on Moxilla.org, and instead of immediately trying to download I clicked on "See Release Notes". That displayed the release notes for 101.0, and when I clicked on "Windows 64 Bit" in that screen it did download the Firefox installer which I saved to my hard drive.

I then ran that Firefox installer which informed me that Firefox was already installed, and suggested I update it instead which I accepted. The installer supposedly did it's thing, but now when I go to "Help/About Firefox" it shows that I still have version 100.0.1 installed AND it is still "up to date".

So what gives? Is there really a new, 101.0, version? If so how do I update to it?

Respectfully, James Belkiewitz jabelkiewitz@att.net

login page no longer loads

My usbank login page doesn't load. Works fine on Chrime. https://onlinebanking.usbank.com/auth/login/?redirect=internet_banking_logon … (emoñe’ẽve)

My usbank login page doesn't load. Works fine on Chrime. https://onlinebanking.usbank.com/auth/login/?redirect=internet_banking_logon

Password outdated

Hello, I tried to sign in to my firefox account on a new computer and it appears the rules for password format have changed such that my existing password is too short to… (emoñe’ẽve)

Hello, I tried to sign in to my firefox account on a new computer and it appears the rules for password format have changed such that my existing password is too short to be used. How should I proceed to either sign in or reset my password without affecting my existing firefox browsers and lockwise app? Thank you.

Possible IPC memory leak - how to pinpoint the culprit?

Hey there, I'm having trouble with Firefox. Something inside Firefox is eating up my RAM and CPU. Usually I recognize the problem happening because my laptop fans ramp up… (emoñe’ẽve)

Hey there, I'm having trouble with Firefox. Something inside Firefox is eating up my RAM and CPU. Usually I recognize the problem happening because my laptop fans ramp up. The problem occurs on my laptop as well on my desktop (both on latest stable Firefox[Build ID: 20220513165813] and Windows 11). The workaround is to kill the Firefox subprocess which is using most of the CPU and RAM. Then everything is back to normal for some time, until Firefox starts messing with me again.

While trying to pinpoint the problem I'm stuck. I can't find a culprit other than the fact it has something to do with Firefox. Clean reinstalling did not help. The Firefox Task Manager doesn't know anything about huge amounts of RAM being taken. I searched for solutions on the net and the about:memory indicates the problem is some IPC related stuff:

 {
  "process": "Main Process (pid 12648)",
  "path": "queued-ipc-messages/content-parent(Browser, pid=9612, open channel, 0x22e4b33fc30, refcnt=38)",
  "kind": 2,
  "units": 1,
  "amount": 0,
  "description": "The number of unset IPC messages held in this ContentParent's channel.  A large value here might indicate that we're leaking messages.  Similarly, a ContentParent object for a process that's no longer running could indicate that we're leaking ContentParents."
 }

The bug reporting guidelines(https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/page.cgi?id=bug-writing.html) are encouraging me to attach steps to reproduce and try the steps listed on https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/firefox-uses-too-much-memory-or-cpu-resources . But I've exhausted the steps there (Except for upgrading the PC / RAM).

Especially on the go this Firefox-RAM-Party takes quite some battery and right now while writing this Firefox has >100GB virtual RAM reserved for some IPC messages, I personally think this is too much. So I'd like to file a report, but without steps to reproduce I'm afraid the developers are going to say 'well, that's something we are not able to diagnose', because I am unable to explain how to reproduce it. It just happens from time to time.

The anonymized about:memory report: https://bin.disroot.org/?2ba01ef78154cce4#8PLVqLTd9qgaRn2QVX2P17hkbHQyrTDuVAwoykj2cBxg

I left Firefox running like this for about half an hour and at 138GB reserved RAM Windows slaughtered my Firefox. The resulting crash report: https://bin.disroot.org/?0bc57492585dde4b#5YtbWgXcbZSkWYmg2CGkVn9iiipYwfYbxUfCLhmMJh7d

Do you have a clue where I might find out who sends those IPC messages, and therefore who is responsible for this?

How to restore a previous Firefox session

My Macbook Pro was repaired at the local Apple store. When I got it back, Firefox was closed. When I opened it again, I could not restore my previous session. It has been… (emoñe’ẽve)

My Macbook Pro was repaired at the local Apple store. When I got it back, Firefox was closed. When I opened it again, I could not restore my previous session. It has been over a week now. How can I restore the session from before my Macbook Pro was repaired?

Gmail "open message in new window" redirect fails since updating to FF 100.0.1

I have two Gmail Workspace accounts logged in to two different tabs in one FF browser window. Have used this set-up for years. However, ever since updating to FF 100.0… (emoñe’ẽve)

I have two Gmail Workspace accounts logged in to two different tabs in one FF browser window. Have used this set-up for years. However, ever since updating to FF 100.0.1, when I try to open an email thread in a new window (pops out the message into a separate window), there is a "cannot properly re-direct error" that appears.

Only way to resolve this appears to be clearing the cache for mail.google.com and signing in again to both accounts. However, this solution only appears to work for a day or two before the "redirect error in a new window" occurs again.

This error does not occur in Private Browsing mode, and Google Workspace support has confirmed it is not an issue with Gmail/ Workspace.

Any thoughts on how this can be fixed? I have disable all "enhanced tracking protection"

Thank you for your time and help,

firefox not working on mac after installing release version 100

I have a user who is using an imac late 2012. When the user installs firefox release version 100. Firefox will open but will not go to any websites. All other web browser… (emoñe’ẽve)

I have a user who is using an imac late 2012. When the user installs firefox release version 100. Firefox will open but will not go to any websites. All other web browsers work just fine but for some reason Firefox will not sync and will not open websites.

Since updating to Firefox 100.0.1 cannot print any web pages.

Since updating to Firefox 100.0.1 cannot print any web pages. Cannot print to a printer, or to FoxIt pdf printer. Printing in MS Edge works with no problems. I have cl… (emoñe’ẽve)

Since updating to Firefox 100.0.1 cannot print any web pages. Cannot print to a printer, or to FoxIt pdf printer. Printing in MS Edge works with no problems. I have cleared saved print settings - did not fix problem. Please advise. Thank you.

Firefox appears to be blocking Youtube

Trying to access youtube shows the following message: Secure Connection Failed An error occurred during a connection to www.youtube.com. SSL received a malformed Server … (emoñe’ẽve)

Trying to access youtube shows the following message:


Secure Connection Failed

An error occurred during a connection to www.youtube.com. SSL received a malformed Server Hello handshake message.

Error code: SSL_ERROR_RX_MALFORMED_SERVER_HELLO

   The page you are trying to view cannot be shown because the authenticity of the received data could not be verified.
   Please contact the web site owners to inform them of this problem.

Learn more…

Firefox crashes randomly

Firefox crashes randomly with no crash report being generated. It seems to have started doing this about a month ago. Nothing in particular seems to trigger it, and all… (emoñe’ẽve)

Firefox crashes randomly with no crash report being generated. It seems to have started doing this about a month ago. Nothing in particular seems to trigger it, and all of my software is up to date. It just closes any and all tabs that are open, as if I exited out of the program entirely.

Browser virus

Hi, I love Firefox and have been using this browser over Chrome for years. However, for quite some time I have had problems with my search engine settings. My default i… (emoñe’ẽve)

Hi, I love Firefox and have been using this browser over Chrome for years. However, for quite some time I have had problems with my search engine settings. My default is set on google but it always go back to yahoo search which is not even listed as options. Do I have to purchase something to get whatever it is doing this?

Cannot print from web

When I print something from the web, it prints tiny and in the upper left corner. Edge works fine. This is only something that happens when I print from the web; no matte… (emoñe’ẽve)

When I print something from the web, it prints tiny and in the upper left corner. Edge works fine. This is only something that happens when I print from the web; no matter how I set the controls. The print previews look fine, BUT!

Bookmark manager

Recently got a new PC with Windows 11 and since I downloaded Firefox the shortcut of CTRL+Shift+O will not open the bookmark manager. Does the same on Opera GX and Chrome… (emoñe’ẽve)

Recently got a new PC with Windows 11 and since I downloaded Firefox the shortcut of CTRL+Shift+O will not open the bookmark manager. Does the same on Opera GX and Chrome. Not sure if I did something wrong in the PC settings but nothing I've tried has fixed the problem

Search by Image has a new update - the permissions seem offensively excessive & an invasion of privacy.

https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/permission-request-messages-firefox-extensions?as=u&utm_source=inproduct The long list of permissions here seem incredibly excess… (emoñe’ẽve)

https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/permission-request-messages-firefox-extensions?as=u&utm_source=inproduct The long list of permissions here seem incredibly excessive, completely irrelevant to the task and therefore an invasion of privacy. Some examples: ''Extend developer tools to access your data in open tabs "Download files and read and modify the browser’s download history" "Open files downloaded to your computer" "Read the text of all open tabs" "Access recently closed tabs" "Access your location" "Access browsing history" "Monitor extension usage and manage themes" "Exchange messages with programs other than Firefox" "Read and modify privacy settings" "Control browser proxy settings" "Store unlimited amount of client-side data" Seriously? All I want the browser to do is search for an image, not hand over all my personal information to you. You can't find an image without checking where I am, what else I've been doing, modifying my privacy and browser proxy settings, storing unlimited data, reading everything on my open and recently closed tabs? Is this to be used for commercial purposes? What's going on here? I think it's time to find a new browser. Please explain.

Windows folder shown in Group-By when opened from Firefox

Hi All I disabled the group-by option everywhere in my Win 11 home. Now I can open any folder and avoid that useless feature... except if I open the download folder from … (emoñe’ẽve)

Hi All

I disabled the group-by option everywhere in my Win 11 home. Now I can open any folder and avoid that useless feature... except if I open the download folder from Firefox.

Details: - if I open my Downloads folder from the desktop shortcut I get it normal (no group-by) - if I click the folder icon close to the downloaded file in Firefox Library/Downloads window, then the windows folder is shown with Group-by enabled - the same happens if I click the folder icon close to the downloaded file in Firefox's download toolbar icon

Does this happen to others? Thank you Stefano

Need Access to my website

Firefox keeps telling me that I need access to my account on my website http://www.playgroundforthesoulcenter.com. How do I remedy this? … (emoñe’ẽve)

Firefox keeps telling me that I need access to my account on my website http://www.playgroundforthesoulcenter.com. How do I remedy this?