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Installing Firefox in Chromebook (Linux) - choice of refs?

I'm trying to install Firefox for Chromebook using Flatpak (article https://mzl.la/3pbybGW) But I am faced with choosing a ref. See attached image. I have no idea how to… (read more)

I'm trying to install Firefox for Chromebook using Flatpak (article https://mzl.la/3pbybGW)

But I am faced with choosing a ref. See attached image. I have no idea how to choose, or what this even means.

Can anyone provide me with guidance on this?

My device is a Google Pixelbook with the latest ChromeOS.

Thanks

Asked by Jeff Mooallem לפני 5 ימים

How can I view a past Web Push Notification?

Hi When a site sends a Web Push Notification to my browser, it flashes up at the top of the screen for 2 or 3 seconds and then is gone. Sometimes I'm busy with somethin… (read more)

Hi

When a site sends a Web Push Notification to my browser, it flashes up at the top of the screen for 2 or 3 seconds and then is gone. Sometimes I'm busy with something else and once I see it, it's gone, or I just catch the first word or two.

How can I display the Web Push Notification again?

I'm running Firefox on Fedora Linux, if that matters.

Thanks!

Asked by louis.vandyk לפני 6 ימים

Infinite loop opening markdown

I have the same problem as described here [1]: when I open a markdown file in Firefox it uses itself as handler opening it in a new tab, which in turn opens it in a new t… (read more)

I have the same problem as described here [1]: when I open a markdown file in Firefox it uses itself as handler opening it in a new tab, which in turn opens it in a new tab, ... The solution suggested under [1] is how to make Firefox usable again, stopping it from open this particular markdown file. But it doesn't solve the actual problem: either Firefox is capable of rendering markdown in which case it should do it; or it's not in which case it shouldn't try. Does anyone have a thought on that?

[1] https://support.mozilla.org/de/questions/1436228

Asked by s.witzel1 לפני 6 ימים

Websockets long load time - connection interrupted

Hi, I am working on a website- one page uses websockets for data sync, activated with a button - and the socket takes a long time to actually connect (to locahost). Duri… (read more)

Hi,

I am working on a website- one page uses websockets for data sync, activated with a button - and the socket takes a long time to actually connect (to locahost). During that time, an error pops into console- several of the same:

The connection to [url] was interrupted while the page was loading.

I found several bug reports in various places - most say to close the socket on page unload. I already have that implemented, and checking network dev tab shows all sockets are closed when the errors occur, and they also appear when tested in a whole new window. Also tested on chromium- no issues there.

Any help?

Asked by vrtulnik.martin לפני 5 ימים

weather network radar map fails to load

Hello, The Radar map fails, (attached) when View Radar click. I am on a TOSHIBA laptop and I do not notice any other graphics issue. I am using Firefox but other Browser… (read more)

Hello,

The Radar map fails, (attached) when View Radar click. I am on a TOSHIBA laptop and I do not notice any other graphics issue. I am using Firefox but other Browsers (Chrome etc) do the same. I am always up to date. There are no add-blockers enabled. I have to mention that on other machine Radar is loaded properly. I have this issue for more than 2 years at least. Can you help me with this please? Thanks!

Regards,

Brad

Asked by Brad Thompson לפני 6 ימים

MY MOZILLA/FIREFOX ACCOUNT

Hi, To who it may concern, a big thank you. I am a longtime Linux Firefox user. I had a secondary password, but somehow it has been deleted. I have changed my primary pas… (read more)

Hi, To who it may concern, a big thank you. I am a longtime Linux Firefox user. I had a secondary password, but somehow it has been deleted. I have changed my primary password and I have full access to Gmail, Youtube and other Google pages. My email address has always been the same for many years. It is recognised by Firefox when I type "My account on Firefox" though I am not allowed to enter another secondary email address.

I am almost 80 and not very computer literate.Kind regards,

Patrick Van Niekerk.

Asked by Patrick Van Niekerk לפני שבוע

Last reply by cor-el לפני שבוע

Firefox 115.12.0esr appears to web server as 102

Using FF 115.12.0esr from openSuse 15.5. Get responses from various web sites that the browser needs an update, that it is no longer supported, etc. Some sites block me… (read more)

Using FF 115.12.0esr from openSuse 15.5. Get responses from various web sites that the browser needs an update, that it is no longer supported, etc. Some sites block me out. Another site just now reported the version of my FF is 102--so no wonder it has problems. How can I change the version number that web sites see to reflect the actual update level? Sample message: EDAS at delta for 108.51.160.90 (Wed, 10 Jul 2024 16:34:44 -0400 EDT) [User 1776561 using Linux:Firefox 102.0 0.141/0.569 s]

Asked by konsultor לפני 6 ימים

Last reply by konsultor לפני 5 ימים

Firefox sometimes consumes extra CPU at startup for several minutes

Occasionally, and typically only after a reboot, Firefox starts consuming a significant amount of CPU time. This typically goes on for several minutes, and if I close and… (read more)

Occasionally, and typically only after a reboot, Firefox starts consuming a significant amount of CPU time. This typically goes on for several minutes, and if I close and reopen Firefox, the process begins again. It's enough CPU that the fans kick on high through most of the process, and considering I'm only opening the browser (not even switching tabs to actively load any other pages), I don't know why it would do this. Similarly, if it were related to typical startup behavior, why doesn't it do this every time?

While I generally trust that this is intentional and is unlikely the result of malware, I'd still like to know why Firefox does this at all and what it's doing. I'm not sure if I can collect any logs or get any other info about this. From process monitors, it appears to be the main executable that's consuming the additional CPU and not any of the isolated instances.

I collected the troubleshooting information, and saved it, but I am hesitant to share without knowing what type of information is contained (and I can see some sensitive stuff like file paths)

OS: Ubuntu 24.04 LTS (Linux 6.8.0-36-generic) Firefox Version: 127.0.2 (deb) Build ID: 20240624183754

Asked by Silntknight לפני שבוע

enabled extensions cannot be accessed

When I use the puzzle icon to access my extensions, my view is completely different from the images provided in various posts. i do recall the screen shots that were po… (read more)

When I use the puzzle icon to access my extensions, my view is completely different from the images provided in various posts. i do recall the screen shots that were posted as similar to earlier extension management methods used on my previous Firefox. There is no gear to the right of my extensions; i show an enable/disable switch and a 3 dot menu "..." remove/report/manage. I have attempted to reinstall both extensions without success. I have never had problems installing any of my previous extensions, so this has been interesting. firefox esr ?.. Current version is installed.

Why do i have a different extensions page than described, and is there a way to pin my extensions differently?

Asked by alan palmer לפני שבוע

firefox closes

Hello, I am using firefox on a desktop with linux manjaro. Everytime I minimize the browser it's closed instead. I have gone through the setting of my operating system, a… (read more)

Hello, I am using firefox on a desktop with linux manjaro. Everytime I minimize the browser it's closed instead. I have gone through the setting of my operating system, and firefox. I cannot find any reason why the browser would close instead of minimize.

Thank you, Gary

Asked by Gary Franks לפני שבוע

Forget about an FQDN?

There’s right-click + “Forget about this site”, but that deletes the information for the entire second-level domain (say example.org). When in the process of moving thin… (read more)

There’s right-click + “Forget about this site”, but that deletes the information for the entire second-level domain (say example.org).

When in the process of moving things from *.example.org to *.example.com peu à peu, then I need to be able to individually forget say chat.example.org because it’s already moved to chat.example.com but retain all information for other *.example.org hosts.

Asked by mirabilos לפני 2 שבועות

Google Earth (WASM) painfully slow (on Linux) in FF 127.0.2

I have four browsers on my Linux box: Chrome, Chromium, Thorium, and Firefox. Firefox is painfully slow using Google Earth, all the others are fast with Google Earth. T… (read more)

I have four browsers on my Linux box: Chrome, Chromium, Thorium, and Firefox.

Firefox is painfully slow using Google Earth, all the others are fast with Google Earth.

This is fairly recent behavior (last month or so).

As far as I can tell, FF is configured to allow Web Assembly (WASM) to be used for rendering images, etc. Since Google Earth is written in WASM, I don't have a clue why it is so horribly slow.

scrolling/sliding the image around on the screen is slow and jumpy. Displaying images attached to a waypoint is extremely slow: It takes 5-10 seconds to switch from one image to the next.

Any suggestions? Thanks in advance!

Fred

Asked by fredex לפני שבוע