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suggestion for features for firefox android

Please add the following features. Once the bookmarks are in a collection, then save the whole collection to bookmarks. When selecting open tabs to save, have the abili… (daɗa karatu)

Please add the following features.

Once the bookmarks are in a collection, then save the whole collection to bookmarks.

When selecting open tabs to save, have the ability to save to both collections and bookmarks at the same time.

Have the ability to select all open tabs so you don't have to select individual tabs.

Asked by Roderick Holland 1 watan da ya gabata

Answered by Paul 1 watan da ya gabata

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Timestamps on pdf download

Hi, I downloaded webpages as pdfs on FF android and have noticed every page has the timestamp on it. How do l get rid of that? I notice in Chrome it doesn't do that. (Nor… (daɗa karatu)

Hi, I downloaded webpages as pdfs on FF android and have noticed every page has the timestamp on it. How do l get rid of that? I notice in Chrome it doesn't do that. (Nor does it have the link on every page). I prefer Firefox but want it to download a simple pdf. Thanks for any help.

Asked by NJ95 3 watannin da su ka gabata

Answered by NJ95 3 watannin da su ka gabata

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Will "Fullpage translation" make it to Android?

The new on-device translation has been integrated into Firefox starting from version 118. I can't find any information about when (or if) this is coming to the Android (a… (daɗa karatu)

The new on-device translation has been integrated into Firefox starting from version 118. I can't find any information about when (or if) this is coming to the Android (and, while we're at it, iOS) version?

For many in my friends and family circle, this is _the_ feature that keeps them on Chrome.

Asked by Lukas Helebrandt 4 watannin da su ka gabata

Answered by TyDraniu 4 watannin da su ka gabata

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How do Mozilla think it is acceptable that Firefox for Android simply does not work with proxies.

I recently logged into the WIFI of my TAFE, which uses a proxy, only to find that Firefox would not work. 1 hour of crazed searching later I have found that you pretty mu… (daɗa karatu)

I recently logged into the WIFI of my TAFE, which uses a proxy, only to find that Firefox would not work. 1 hour of crazed searching later I have found that you pretty much *cannot use a proxy with Firefox on Android*.

Sure technically you can download the FoxyProxy add-on or go to about:config and change the settings there (but not on the stable build which y'know most people use) but the fact that the stock, stable install has *zero* support for proxies, which are extremely common on school/work networks, is absolutely unacceptable. This is *basic* functionality that was reported as missing as far back as 10 years ago and *nothing* has been done to fix this.

The worst part is Mozilla are clearly aware of this. An issue was opened on github and was only closed to be moved over to bugzilla where it remains open. And for some reason on bugzilla the severity is marked as N/A even though this literally means you cannot use Firefox Android on any network with a proxy

I apologize for the harsh and direct tone but I am truly astonished that no one seems to think that this is as severe as it actually is. I use Firefox because I love open source software and I hate the idea of google having a monopoly over browsers. Things like this where basic features are missing (resulting in the browser being completely unusable on certain networks) make me reconsider if this browser is even worth using. And please don't say that FoxyProxy solves all of this because the fact that basic functionality is locked behind a third party extension is unacceptable.

Asked by Petzah394 4 watannin da su ka gabata

Answered by Paul 4 watannin da su ka gabata

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Website whitelist?

I have noticed that mobile browsers (including Firefox Mobile) don't seem to give you the option to clear cookies and other website data on close while preserving website… (daɗa karatu)

I have noticed that mobile browsers (including Firefox Mobile) don't seem to give you the option to clear cookies and other website data on close while preserving website info/cookies of sites you want to keep logged into.

Is this a feature that will eventually be implemented in Firefox? Or is there some kind of limitation in Android/iOS that makes implementing this not possible or tricky?

Asked by dromeo 5 watannin da su ka gabata

Answered by Paul 4 watannin da su ka gabata

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How to change where downloaded items go?

I am on Android Firefox and I accidentally chose "Always" on the pop-up asking where I want my downloaded items to go. I want to change it because where the files are now… (daɗa karatu)

I am on Android Firefox and I accidentally chose "Always" on the pop-up asking where I want my downloaded items to go. I want to change it because where the files are now sent is inconvenient at best but i cannot find such an option to change my preference in either the Firefox settings bar nor my phone's device settings.

Asked by e.yvette058 5 watannin da su ka gabata

Answered by e.yvette058 5 watannin da su ka gabata

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how to change back to startup splash screen minimalist logo?

I was told to ask for support here rather than at bugzilla. User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Android 10; Mobile; rv:109.0) Gecko/116.0 Firefox/116.0 Steps to reproduce: 1. Inst… (daɗa karatu)

I was told to ask for support here rather than at bugzilla.

User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Android 10; Mobile; rv:109.0) Gecko/116.0 Firefox/116.0

Steps to reproduce: 1. Install Fennec from F-droid 2. Open browser 3. Observe splash screen 4. The original logo is back

Actual results: 116.2.0 changed the startup splash screen back to the regular logo. I actually rather liked the minimalist splash screen logo we had for a few weeks prior.

Expected results: Is there a flag in the config that I can change to get back the minimalist logo?

Asked by Jacob 6 watannin da su ka gabata

Answered by Paul 6 watannin da su ka gabata

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new tab instead of home button on Android

I love the way I can customize my Firefox on my Linux desktop. Not so much on my Android phone. F.ex. I never use the home button, but open new tabs all the time. Would … (daɗa karatu)

I love the way I can customize my Firefox on my Linux desktop. Not so much on my Android phone.

F.ex. I never use the home button, but open new tabs all the time. Would be nice if I could replace the home button with one that opens a new tab

Asked by Heikki 7 watannin da su ka gabata

Answered by Heikki 7 watannin da su ka gabata

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Why impossible to find a YouTube ad blocker extension for Firefox Android

Why impossible to find a YouTube ad blocker extension for Firefox Android Why is it impossible to find support? Why is it impossible to even give Firefox feedback? It see… (daɗa karatu)

Why impossible to find a YouTube ad blocker extension for Firefox Android Why is it impossible to find support? Why is it impossible to even give Firefox feedback? It seems like it's a company ran by Bots four Bots humans go away

Asked by rick400tec 7 watannin da su ka gabata

Answered by Paul 7 watannin da su ka gabata

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Android Phone Display Formatting

Thankfully not too often are web site pages that are grossly out-of-format for my Android phone. Mostly everything is tiny. Yes, I can pinch expand or zoom in but then si… (daɗa karatu)

Thankfully not too often are web site pages that are grossly out-of-format for my Android phone. Mostly everything is tiny. Yes, I can pinch expand or zoom in but then side back and forth scrolling is required to navigate and absorb the page. Not the optimum result. Very annoying.

I have font adjustments but those result in a similar and distroted page.

One web site option when available was a toggle for windows/cell phone that worked pretty good but it's not always provided. That implies the web site design is the formatting adjustment function.

Is the resultant cell phone display formatting a function of the visited web site, browser, phone device, etc or some combination of those entities settings?

The attachment is for the sumo web site page having this issue. https://client01.chat.mibbit.com/?server=irc.mozilla.org&channel=#sumo ok

https://www.treasurydirect.gov/RS/UN-Display.do

P.S. To prevent loss of these entries, Compose this message offline and do attachments first.

Asked by rmynatt 7 watannin da su ka gabata

Answered by rmynatt 7 watannin da su ka gabata

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Disable the history grouping.

Hello, Am I missing something, or is it unfortunately still (v114.2.0) not possible to deactivate the grouping of the history? Found an older thread here: https://suppor… (daɗa karatu)

Hello,

Am I missing something, or is it unfortunately still (v114.2.0) not possible to deactivate the grouping of the history? Found an older thread here: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1367126

Please consider to support this feature request: https://connect.mozilla.org/t5/ideas/disable-history-search-groups-show-android-history/idi-p/20504

Thank you, greetings Martin

Asked by m.fessler1 7 watannin da su ka gabata

Answered by Paul 7 watannin da su ka gabata

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  • Ajiyayyu

Start at the Top Level

More a Concern or Desire than a question. Very common these days (2023) are device types - PCs, Cell Phones, etc. Firefox browser is available to (my main interest) Wind… (daɗa karatu)

More a Concern or Desire than a question.

Very common these days (2023) are device types - PCs, Cell Phones, etc. Firefox browser is available to (my main interest) Windows PCs and Android Cell Phone. Then their OS, versions, etc. All have many differences so establishing these differences in the beginning of questios and explainations are critical to the assumptions going forward in support.

The moz://a Support (most support forums) overlook this vital step before delving down into the myriad of complex and different option settings and discussions. I'm no professional but am confident that instruction details are likely very specific to the different device/OS, versions, Platforms, etc. That said I am very frustrated to the lack of a definite starting point for research as most if not all that information is useless to ones specific needs.

Hope you can take this to Hart and consider adjusting the Top Level Titles and/or providing Option Filters to better guide users to their specific needs.

A little different but related, in the old DOS days the c:\\ path format was a very useful practice to provide an orientation of where you are logically. It even accommodates a backward or higher level logic projection up into the internet or devices. I'm only amateur in the full understanding but am fairly certain of its existence. These no nonsense logical establishments go a long way in understanding & conveying complex theory. STANDARDS.

Thank you. Rod

Asked by rmynatt 7 watannin da su ka gabata

Answered by jscher2000 - Support Volunteer 7 watannin da su ka gabata

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disable auto tab saving in Firefox mobile

Why does Firefox automatically save tabs? It is annoying to have to delete them every day... I want the option to NEVER save the tab and close them all when exiting … (daɗa karatu)

Why does Firefox automatically save tabs? It is annoying to have to delete them every day... I want the option to NEVER save the tab and close them all when exiting

Asked by jcgood1984 8 watannin da su ka gabata

Answered by Paul 8 watannin da su ka gabata

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A suggestion regarding accounts

Hello, My name is Nyayesh Abdollahi and I have a suggestion for Firefox; I've earlier been unable to access an account I created because the e-mail connected to it had b… (daɗa karatu)

Hello,

My name is Nyayesh Abdollahi and I have a suggestion for Firefox; I've earlier been unable to access an account I created because the e-mail connected to it had been deleten.

This seems to me a proper weakness in Firefox and perhaps should be ameliorated...?

I just wanted to let you know this because I do think it's the best browser around.

If the problem has already been adressed, my apologies.

Kind regards, Nyayesh Abdollahi

Asked by Nyayesh Abdollahi 9 watannin da su ka gabata

Answered by Paul 9 watannin da su ka gabata

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navigating forward & back is deeply frustrating

please i am Begging you let me put the forward/backward buttons on the search bar why do i have to open a separate menu to do this ability to Choose what gestures do (fo… (daɗa karatu)

please i am Begging you let me put the forward/backward buttons on the search bar why do i have to open a separate menu to do this

ability to Choose what gestures do (for example, swiping on the search bar in either direction to navigate history rather than tabs) would also be acceptable, if slightly less convenient (as i suspect something like that would only allow moving forward/back one page at a time, as opposed to simply press-and-holding to pull up all your options to jump to)

i am losing my mind a little bit here i don't understand why it has to be so roundabout

Asked by aft 9 watannin da su ka gabata

Answered by Paul 9 watannin da su ka gabata

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adjusting margins on Android (continued)

Any progress with this? https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1384776 I've encountered a problem where the defaults appear to have changed. The ability to adjust… (daɗa karatu)

Any progress with this?

https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1384776

I've encountered a problem where the defaults appear to have changed.

The ability to adjust margins would help triage the problem.

Evidentially, about:config isn't supported on Android either.

Thanks in advance.

Asked by John_L 9 watannin da su ka gabata

Answered by Paul 9 watannin da su ka gabata

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Is there a "manage colors" for mobile, or something similar?

Is there a way to force "dark mode" for websites on mobile WITHOUT using an extension like Dark Reader? I am comparing this to coming from Brave, where I am using their … (daɗa karatu)

Is there a way to force "dark mode" for websites on mobile WITHOUT using an extension like Dark Reader?

I am comparing this to coming from Brave, where I am using their "experimental" Night Mode settings (which works great). For the desktop browser, I've gone to Manage Colors and swapped text/background white/black to make most websites appear as if they have a dark mode, but that option doesn't seem to exist on mobile.

I've attached 4 images that show the differences across the two browsers on mobile. Even Google's own Dark Theme doesn't seem accessible through whatever method FireFox uses, so I can't even use that dark theme without an extension at the moment.

If this is not currently possible, I'm hoping it's planned for future implementation. I can't suggest it either since the feature suggestion page appears to be down at the moment (being reworked?).

Asked by matthewrjwilson 10 watannin da su ka gabata

Answered by Paul 10 watannin da su ka gabata