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adding websites to location permissions in firefox

I cannot find a way to add websites to the location permissions in Firefox Windows PC. I can easily get to the "Location Permissions settings " but there is no way to add… (emoñe’ẽve)

I cannot find a way to add websites to the location permissions in Firefox Windows PC. I can easily get to the "Location Permissions settings " but there is no way to add, only remove. When I display the access icon in the URL address bar, it shows " you have granted the website additional permissions" , but the site does not display in the FF Settings-Location Box, and the target website does allow me access based on location. Is there another area where location is restricted? would appreciate some help, thx.

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Credit Card Auto-Fill

Hi there, Using up to date Firefox on a Mac, London UK. Recently returned from travel in Japan. The bank cards auto-fill stopped working & Auto-fill does not appear … (emoñe’ẽve)

Hi there,

Using up to date Firefox on a Mac, London UK. Recently returned from travel in Japan. The bank cards auto-fill stopped working & Auto-fill does not appear in Privacy Settings (it is not there – no need to request a check please:)?

Spent 2 hours on Mozilla support/community etc. No answers – including 'make a new profile'...(& why - won' that affect history etc)?

Would be very grateful for any help please?

With thanks,

Alex

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No support of 64bit PKCS#11 drivers for signing devices (i.e. smart cards) on 64bit Firefox

Hi, this is the same issue as as described here for Mozilla Thunderbird: 64bit Thunderbird issues with 64bit PKCS#11 drivers – Firefox 122.0 (64-bit) – Windows 11 Pro 6… (emoñe’ẽve)

Hi, this is the same issue as as described here for Mozilla Thunderbird: 64bit Thunderbird issues with 64bit PKCS#11 drivers

– Firefox 122.0 (64-bit) – Windows 11 Pro 64bit (– Thunderbird 64bit)

Even though, I use a 64bit version of Firefox, it is not able to load any 64bit PKCS#11 module for security devices. Tried on several different PCs and several different 64bit PKCS#11 drivers for different smart cards.

When I try to load e.g. C:\Windows\SysWOW64\eop2v1czep11.dll for the Czech eID, it returns "Unable to add module". When I do the same from C:\Windows\System32\eop2v1czep11.dll, it works.

The issue is that some issuers of qualified and commercial certificates (like e.g. Komerční banka) do not issue a 32bit version of PKCS#11 drivers for their smart cards anymore and the only driver available is C:\Windows\SysWOW64\mopkcs11.dll, which cannot be loaded by Firefox or Thunderbird either.

I don't see a problem in implementing the support for 64bit PKCS drivers in a 64bit browser and a 64bit email client. And if it does have the support, then there is something wrong going on.

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Peer’s Certificate has been revoked.

I encounter this message "Peer’s Certificate has been revoked. Error code: SEC_ERROR_REVOKED_CERTIFICATE" when connecting to "Site A" using Firefox version 122.0 (64), my… (emoñe’ẽve)

I encounter this message "Peer’s Certificate has been revoked. Error code: SEC_ERROR_REVOKED_CERTIFICATE" when connecting to "Site A" using Firefox version 122.0 (64), my primary browser. I have successfully connected to "Site A" using Firefox in the recent past.

I can connect to "Site A" without errors using my backup browser, MS Edge Version 121.0.2277.83 (Official build) (64-bit).

This seem to be a Firefox related problem.

Help

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Explore add-ons ad on new tab page

When I launch FF after rebooting an annoying ad pops up on the new page tab, the contents are: 'Get the inside scoop See the add-ons our staff use to make browsing fast… (emoñe’ẽve)

When I launch FF after rebooting an annoying ad pops up on the new page tab, the contents are:

'Get the inside scoop

See the add-ons our staff use to make browsing faster, safer, or just plain fun!'

It pops up just under the puzzle piece icon next to the address bar.

Is there a way to block it?

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Browsing history not clearing

I have changed Firefox's settings to both Delete cookies and site data when Firefox is closed and to Clear history when Firefox is closes. But after making these changes… (emoñe’ẽve)

I have changed Firefox's settings to both Delete cookies and site data when Firefox is closed and to Clear history when Firefox is closes. But after making these changes Firefox is still holding onto my browsing history.

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AddBlockers Stopping Site Views

Cannot view FoxNews.com and FoxBusiness.com due to add blockers. I have disabled all blocker extensions - that did not work. I have turned off enhanced tracking protect… (emoñe’ẽve)

Cannot view FoxNews.com and FoxBusiness.com due to add blockers. I have disabled all blocker extensions - that did not work. I have turned off enhanced tracking protection for those sites - that did not work. I have opened in troubleshooting mode - that did not help. What else do I need to try?

I use Kaspersky so I will start trial-and error there next.

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I'm confused about my password.

This might just be a blind thing, I use the NVDA screen reader, but when I sign in to firefox, my password is 12 letters long, but when I look on my settings page, it's … (emoñe’ẽve)

This might just be a blind thing, I use the NVDA screen reader, but when I sign in to firefox, my password is 12 letters long, but when I look on my settings page, it's 18 characters long, is this normal?

I can log in using my 12 letter password and it's not a master password, I don't have one of those.

Any help would be apreciated.

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Force use master password via mozilla.cfg or policies.json

I would like to force on users in my organization to protect their passwords by firefox master password. How to do that by modifaing mozilla.cfg or policies.json? Thank… (emoñe’ẽve)

I would like to force on users in my organization to protect their passwords by firefox master password. How to do that by modifaing mozilla.cfg or policies.json?

Thank You

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Firefox remembers data previously entered into a form

I have noticed that my browser saves certain data that was filled into forms on websites such as contact info, or 2FA codes. Of course, the all options for Logins and Pas… (emoñe’ẽve)

I have noticed that my browser saves certain data that was filled into forms on websites such as contact info, or 2FA codes. Of course, the all options for Logins and Passwords as well as Forms and Autofill are turned off. So I wonder, what causes this behavior? I would maybe think these are some cookies, but after clearing them and deleting all site data this still happens. For 2FA codes this is harmless. but I'm concerned Firefox may do this for passwords too. Anyway, why would I need to save info of TOTP?

Note: Example is for SimpleLogin.

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Firefox says I am forbidden to enter a site

Firefox periodically says I am "forbidden" to enter my Kaiser website (KP.org). I know what Mozilla recommends as a fix, which is to clear data and cookies. But this crea… (emoñe’ẽve)

Firefox periodically says I am "forbidden" to enter my Kaiser website (KP.org). I know what Mozilla recommends as a fix, which is to clear data and cookies. But this creates more problems because I have to re-enter passwords and other settings. This is a problem Mozilla's website reports has been occurring for YEARS! Why can't Mozilla/Firefox fix this? Please tell me there is a better way to fix this problem.

David Karp dkarpcal@gmail.com or cloverdavid@gmail.com

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Firefox Browser: Unable to block or move popup window

OS: Linux Mint 21 Browser: Firefox 121.0 There are a few sites I frequently use that popup windows that can't be blocked or moved out of its lower right position. It mos… (emoñe’ẽve)

OS: Linux Mint 21 Browser: Firefox 121.0

There are a few sites I frequently use that popup windows that can't be blocked or moved out of its lower right position. It most cases it blocks important text due to the screen/font scaling I have to use.

My browser privacy settings are set to "Strict".

Autoplay setting is: "Default for all websites: = Block all Websites"

The popup window banner reads "Trending Videos". No video or audio plays and the window is black with the error msg: Sorry, the video player failed to load.(Error Code: 104153)

There is an "X" button on the right hand side of the banner that does go into focus when I hover the cursor over it, but clicking on it does nothing.

I have tried various popup blocking addons but so far none have been able to stop these popup windows.

Suggestions please!

Monty

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I want to Close Password Manager at times during the day

Is there a way to "close" password manager? It stays on when I hibernate, so it's not secure to walk away. It "opens" when I enter my "Master" PW. Nice. But I canno… (emoñe’ẽve)

Is there a way to "close" password manager? It stays on when I hibernate, so it's not secure to walk away.

It "opens" when I enter my "Master" PW. Nice. But I cannot command it to "Close" during my session. I have to Shut Down in order to turn off PW Manager and have a secure computer. This is not something that is convenient for me.

Password manager stays on when I Hibernate. Or Sleep.

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Firefox History Set to "Always Use Private Browsing Mode" but "Recently Closed Tabs" Still Appear in History

I have my Firefox Firefox Privacy & Security History settings set to 'Always Use Private Browsing Mode.' Yet every time I open Firefox and visit the History tab, 'Rec… (emoñe’ẽve)

I have my Firefox Firefox Privacy & Security History settings set to 'Always Use Private Browsing Mode.' Yet every time I open Firefox and visit the History tab, 'Recently Closed Tabs' shows a history of the websites I've visited. How do I disable this feature?

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Signon

How do I get rid of the automatic login options. I never saved the password. I just want to get rid of the options for the login field. There are too many, some don't app… (emoñe’ẽve)

How do I get rid of the automatic login options. I never saved the password. I just want to get rid of the options for the login field. There are too many, some don't apply. I have read everything and tried to clear my logins in the settings option, but the field is grayed out and I cannot select it.

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"private" startup switch no longer opens FF in private browsing mode

Hello, For a long time, I was able to launch Firefox on Windows with the startup switch "-private" which would cause it to launch directly into private browsing mode. I … (emoñe’ẽve)

Hello,

For a long time, I was able to launch Firefox on Windows with the startup switch "-private" which would cause it to launch directly into private browsing mode. I used that in a few local scripts, and created a shortcut to the executable, with this path:

"C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe -private"

Just like that, it worked. Whether by shortcut, terminal command, or execution of a 3rd party script, that startup switch would always open a private browsing window. Until a few months ago, that is, when it suddenly stopped working. Rather than opening a private browsing window, it now does one of two things:

1. If FF was not already running, it opens FF to a tab showing a warning that I am not in private browsing, with a button I can click to launch a private browsing window. (see attached image) This tells me it recognized the startup switch, but...refused to honor it? 2. If a FF window is already open, it launches another (non-private) Firefox window, with no warning about not being in Private Browsing mode.

Was this an intentional change? Is that startup switch just not supported anymore? I tried a quick web search, but all I was finding were unhelpful suggestions like "right click on the FF icon" and "pin to start." Not what I'm looking for.

Thank you!

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