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Firefox account sync

Hi, The last update I got turned my browser background black. I tried to download the previous version. When I did I could not log on to my Firefox account. When I did lo… (emoñe’ẽve)

Hi, The last update I got turned my browser background black. I tried to download the previous version. When I did I could not log on to my Firefox account. When I did logon the account was blank. I have a loptop that was previously synced. Can I sync from my laptop to my firefox account?

Multi-account Containers synced in wrong direction

I installed Firefox on a new device and initiated a sync for multi-account containers - it promptly synced in the wrong direction. It eliminated all customization from wh… (emoñe’ẽve)

I installed Firefox on a new device and initiated a sync for multi-account containers - it promptly synced in the wrong direction. It eliminated all customization from what should have been the source (the existing device), overwriting it with the default settings of a first-time installation. I was quite surprised.

This leads me to a couple of questions.

1. Is there a sync version history or any way of rolling back a sync? 2. Is there a way to explicitly choose the sync direction?

Quite honestly it is very confusing that there is no reference whatsoever to which way an initial sync will go. I was hesitant to risk this, decided to trust it knew what to do (even though it didn't give me any indication that it did) and lost my gamble.

Firefox knows the device names, so can I suggest some basic reassuring UX be inserted into this process with something like "Initiate sync from X-DEVICE-FIREFOX to Y-DEVICE-FIREFOX?". A bit of clarity would be helpful here, as well as a way to roll back a syncing mistake instead of just having to gamble possibly losing hard-won customization with no going back.

Or have I completely stumbled past some obvious place where everything I'm requesting exists and is accessible already?

Thanks for any help anyone can provide.

Does Signing Into Firefox Do Something, Such as Save Your Session?

I sign into Firefox because I always believed it did something, but when I update the browser, I lose all my tabs. When restore previous session doesn't work, isn't that … (emoñe’ẽve)

I sign into Firefox because I always believed it did something, but when I update the browser, I lose all my tabs. When restore previous session doesn't work, isn't that the point of signing into the browser so it remembers and you can push the whole Firefox session to another computer? Using this Firefox session on my MacBookPro and want it on my iMac and would like to know how to do that. Would like to know how to lock down the session too. What is going on right now, I don't understand where the session went. I'm logged in. What's the point of logging in? This is getting circular.

Lost bookmarks and passwords for Firefox

My hard drive on my imac died and had to be replaced - i want to restore all my firefox bookmarks and passwords on the new hard drive but I don't have the old firefox dat… (emoñe’ẽve)

My hard drive on my imac died and had to be replaced - i want to restore all my firefox bookmarks and passwords on the new hard drive but I don't have the old firefox data folder as everything was lost. I have a firefox account. I'm not very techy, but can follow instructions. If anyone can help I'd be really grateful

SEC_ERROR_LIBRARY_FAILURE after syncing

Hi, brief backstory: When I set up my new desktop, I copied over the nightly profile from my laptop. This however meant that Firefox Sync kept confusing my laptop and my … (emoñe’ẽve)

Hi,

brief backstory: When I set up my new desktop, I copied over the nightly profile from my laptop. This however meant that Firefox Sync kept confusing my laptop and my desktop, only ever keeping the most recently synced state from either. This persisted even after I changed the devices names.

Searching on the internet, I found a suggestion to delete `services.sync.client.GUID` from about:config. I did that, and long story short, I cannot open any websites on my desktop anymore. It fails immediately with SEC_ERROR_LIBRARY_FAILURE.

This error persists even after

  • Refreshing Firefox
  • Reinstalling Firefox
  • Creating a new Firefox profile

whenever I log back into Sync. So I tried deleting and recreating my Firefox account to get rid of whatever corrupted data is presumably stuck in the sync data, but even then the error still occurs. It only disappears if I create a new profile and *never sign into sync*, but this is not a long term solution.

Does anyone have an idea how to identify and delete whatever setting is causing firefox to choke?

Logins and passwords

My firefox browser stopped loading any pages so I reset it and seemingly lost all save logins and password. And now I can't get them back on my PC browser even tho they a… (emoñe’ẽve)

My firefox browser stopped loading any pages so I reset it and seemingly lost all save logins and password. And now I can't get them back on my PC browser even tho they are on my mobile version. No syncing works and no idea how to solve it

Blocked by Content Security Policy This page has a content security policy that prevents it from being loaded in this way. Firefox prevented this page from loading in this way because the page has a content security policy that disallows it.

Blocked by Content Security Policy This page has a content security policy that prevents it from being loaded in this way. Firefox prevented this page from loading in thi… (emoñe’ẽve)

Blocked by Content Security Policy

This page has a content security policy that prevents it from being loaded in this way.

Firefox prevented this page from loading in this way because the page has a content security policy that disallows it.

Why does Mozilla keep breaking UserCSS?

I'm very sorry if it comes off as hostile. It's actually kind of out of fear that one day it will all break down. As person on autistic spectrum I really need ability to … (emoñe’ẽve)

I'm very sorry if it comes off as hostile. It's actually kind of out of fear that one day it will all break down.

As person on autistic spectrum I really need ability to maintain pleasant-to-eyes user layout. Even before the Quantum updates Firefox moved from pretty much perfect-looking browser to worse and worse (kinda Chrome-looking) one. That's why UserCss was a godsend.

http://prntscr.com/26cyw7p

But every few updates stuff breaks and I have to download yet another updated version of custom CSS, and often at least one option I am using actively is no longer available because firefox update broke it for good. Today was such day - after Firefox updated, suddenly tabs were way too high, extending into favorites tabs. After updating and reconfiguring (since config files are different with each iteration), four more customization options gone in between last and current CSS update.

I understand going forward and such, but if the visuals peaked in 2007, why not keep all the CSS working properly when doing so? Just do not remove old calls and such?

Does Firefox and Firefox devedition syncing on everything

I begin to use firefox developer edition alongside firefox regular version. I've read some article that say if these 2 difference version using 2 seperate different profi… (emoñe’ẽve)

I begin to use firefox developer edition alongside firefox regular version. I've read some article that say if these 2 difference version using 2 seperate different profile, but it seems they're not. For example, when I change the theme to light for firefox and dark for firefox devedition, they always syncing each other so it use the theme the last set regardless where is set.

My question, is firefox and firefox devedition really using 2 seperate different profile? Can I use different setup like themes, addons for only one version? Where I can read the official documentation?

2 FF Sync Qs

Two Qs Please. If I have 2 computers that are out of sync (for an unimportant reason): 1. To which computer does it sync? I have one I want to sync to the other, but am n… (emoñe’ẽve)

Two Qs Please.

If I have 2 computers that are out of sync (for an unimportant reason):

1. To which computer does it sync? I have one I want to sync to the other, but am not sure how to chose which one is the one that is synced to. -- Is there a way to direct this?

2. If I unistal FF on one computer and not the other. When I reinstall which computer will sync to which? (If unistall makes the above Q have a different answer).

What and How is Data Synced Using Firefox Account

I just want some clarification and maybe it will help me resolve my issue. How does Sync Work? If i indicate that i don't want my History synced does it mean Up or Down? … (emoñe’ẽve)

I just want some clarification and maybe it will help me resolve my issue. How does Sync Work? If i indicate that i don't want my History synced does it mean Up or Down? how can i prevent both directions syncing? I have a "Home" pc whose browsing i don't want synced up and i have my work laptop that i don't want to ever see what i browse on my phone or personal laptop, my personal and phone can share as much as they want.

saved logins and passwords wiped, erased, deleted, lost

Very similar to posts in previous years that are archived and largely unanswered or not up-to-date. I opened up my a Firefox session to find out I was logged out of sync… (emoñe’ẽve)

Very similar to posts in previous years that are archived and largely unanswered or not up-to-date.

I opened up my a Firefox session to find out I was logged out of sync and when I logged back in all my passwords where erased.

This has been stable for the last 10 months and Firefox has provided a reliable password archive with nice syncing features. However, this is a deal breaker, since I cannot loose the login credentials randomly.

No updates. No conscious logging out. No disregarding warnings etc.

Anyway to revert or retrieve?

Syncing using qr code on PC

I've lost the password to my Firefox account, which hasn't been a problem moving onto new mobile devices since I can just use the QR code generated by my PC browser to Sy… (emoñe’ẽve)

I've lost the password to my Firefox account, which hasn't been a problem moving onto new mobile devices since I can just use the QR code generated by my PC browser to Sync. But now I have a new laptop and I've downloaded extensions/apps to read those same QR codes from the new laptop's webcam, but Firefox is still prompting me to put in a password. Is there a way around this or am I going to have to reset my password and lose all my encrypted data? Thanks for the help.

All my bookmarks and passwords are gone

Hi! Yesterday I installed Linux Mint. Before that, I was using Windows 10. Now, after signing in to my Firefox account on Linux, all my bookmarks and passwords are gone.… (emoñe’ẽve)

Hi!


Yesterday I installed Linux Mint. Before that, I was using Windows 10. Now, after signing in to my Firefox account on Linux, all my bookmarks and passwords are gone. Then I tried to log in again on Windows, but everything was gone. Is there a way to get back and recover all my passwords and bookmarks?

firefox keeps dropping my passwords and then wants me to sync again and again. How can I not have to sync

I work on fire fox and then one time I open firefox it does not remember my passwords and I have to resign on to firefox and it asks me to sync. I do have firefox on my… (emoñe’ẽve)

I work on fire fox and then one time I open firefox it does not remember my passwords and I have to resign on to firefox and it asks me to sync. I do have firefox on my android tablet and android phone so why do I have to keep signing on and resyncing I don't want to sync I just want to open firefox and have it remember my passwords. This continually making me sign in to my my home page account is making me angry