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Is it possible to disable the "Recently bookmarked" function?

This is a new feature that has just appeared, but I don't need it (it's indicated in a red box in the attached screenshot). However, it takes up space on the bookmarks po… (ulteriori informazioni)

This is a new feature that has just appeared, but I don't need it (it's indicated in a red box in the attached screenshot). However, it takes up space on the bookmarks pop-up window. I suppose it's a sign that I need to clean and organize my bookmarks, but I still would prefer to turn it off so it doesn't appear in the pop-up. I'm using Firefox 49.0b1 on a 2013 MacBookPro running OS 10.10.5 Thanks!

Asked by thosbren 3 anni fa

Last reply by jooooooooooo 3 anni fa

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in person help

About "Be Nice" .. not so nice below, BUT I AM SIMPLY FED UP WITH FIREFOX SCREWUPS ... YES, SWITCHING TO GOOGLE CHROME, BUT I NEED THIS FIXED TO GET MY DATA BACK AND EXPO… (ulteriori informazioni)

About "Be Nice" .. not so nice below, BUT I AM SIMPLY FED UP WITH FIREFOX SCREWUPS ... YES, SWITCHING TO GOOGLE CHROME, BUT I NEED THIS FIXED TO GET MY DATA BACK AND EXPORT :

Once again ... Firefox has destroyed my bookmarks, add-ons etc. when I "updated" Firefox ... Macbook Pro OS X

in the past, I have cumulatively taken hours to fix this -- on 4-5 occasions of the SAME PROBLEM (read: unfixed by Mozilla/Firefox)

a) why cant Firefox get their stuff together? .. WHY DOESN'T MOZILLA/FIREFOX FIX THIS !!!!


b) do they think my time is free? how can they, getting paid for their software development, expect me to lose money away from my business every time I "upgrade" ... so presumptious, so offensive, so oblivious to its "clients"

c) I don't know of any ... any ... any .... any software developer that requires a user to fix it's software -- again sometimes taking hours, including trying to find Help like this Mozillla user "support" input -- after an "upgrade" ... simply unbelieveable, simply UNACCEPTABLE ... TO YOU FIREFOX PEOPLE OR ITS REPS ... WILL YOU PLEASE FIX THIS ISSUE AND GET WITH THE 21ST CENTURY? ....

d) WHERE IS THE “SUPPORT"? .. where is the IN PERSON support that is going to fix my computer after screwing up my long input data gathering with their so-called "upgrade" ???? Two things are for sure: 1) it's gonna get fixed and 2) I'm certainly not going to spend any more of my own time and lose money from my business to fix Firefox's programming screwups. DON’T KNOW OF ANY … ANY … ANY … ANY company that does not have IN-PERSON SUPPORT … software and its functions are complex .. they need to be supported through interpersonal interaction … every other company in the world knows this … why not Mozilla???? I just don’t get it.

e) For past and present, even this "help" note, where do I invoice Mozilla for my time lost? ... where headquarters? .. accounts payable?/ I assume one of the non-Mozilla, non-person reps knows the answer to this ... surely they don't expect me to lose money by way of their "upgraded" product.

f) As one of you reps sugggested last time this happened : "well you chose Firefox, ... if u don't like problems, go use another browser" ... gee, that's good customer support ... our product sucks so use another -- geez.

g) Indeed I now intend to use another, but I will first be satisfied by Mozilla/Firefox's restoration of my computer, cumulative time lost and literal restoration of data exactly as was before the "update", and the payment by Mozilla for all my time in trying to remediate this and if any data lost, the historical time used to cumulate and enter such data.

If anyone out there in the GREAT MOZILLA/FIREFOX ABYSS knows anything about their products and their continuing failures, please respond to my questions above.

I expect someone at Mozilla or a rep thereof to, for once, BE ACCOUNTABLE FOR THEIR FAULTY PRODUCTS AND CUMULATIVE STRESS BURDEN AND MONEY LOST BY CUSTOMERS.

I AM LOSING MONEY AS I SPEAK, AS I DON'T HAVE ACCESS TO MY BOOKMARKS WHICH I NEED AT-THE-READY WHEN WORKING ... SO … SOMEBODY, SOMEWHERE, FIX THIS NOW!! _________ Again, not so nice, but perhaps a reader can understand my ongoing frustrations. NOTHING PERSONAL TO ANY INDIVIDUAL PERSON. I AM ADDRESSING ORGANIZATIONAL ISSUES.

GRATEFUL_DAD

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Asked by Grateful_Dad 3 anni fa

Last reply by guigs 3 anni fa

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Issue with menu type and bookmark images when using Mac transparency

Closing as a duplicate of /questions/1159272 -J99 A while ago I upgraded my Mac to OS X 10.10.5.. Two weeks ago I also switched to using the system’s transparency option… (ulteriori informazioni)

Closing as a duplicate of /questions/1159272 -J99

A while ago I upgraded my Mac to OS X 10.10.5.. Two weeks ago I also switched to using the system’s transparency option for menus en windows. In Firefox I suddenly noticed a few things (see also the attached images below):

When Transparency is turned ON:

1. The rendering of type in the FF toolbar pull down menus is noticeably more bold than in the menus from the system bar.

2. Bookmark images in the FF toolbar menus are much darker then those in the system bar menus (in a mouseover they become lighter again).

When Transparency is turned OFF:

Same differences, although less outspoken. But no difference in passive state and mouseover.

Besides that the effect is ugly and unattractive, the type becomes less readable (cluttered and unsharp), especially on dark backgrounds.

Safari and Chrome don't have this problem.

It should be noted that I still use a Cinema HD screen, not a retina screen.

Question: Is this intended behaviour or an issue that should be reported? Is there some setting in FF that can correct this?

Asked by Basicsman 3 anni fa

Last reply by John99 3 anni fa

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Why am I not getting support?

I don’t want to be rude or disrespectful towards you volunteers at Mozilla Support, but I wonder why I don’t get any support on two questions I posted here. The first one… (ulteriori informazioni)

I don’t want to be rude or disrespectful towards you volunteers at Mozilla Support, but I wonder why I don’t get any support on two questions I posted here.

The first one was posted almost 1 month ago ( https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1157093 )… The second one 10 days ago ( https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1159272 actually a repost of the first one with a shorter and clearer explanation of the issue - I thought that might help, and there was also a banner on top of the page about an issue at the support forum)...

Essentially what I ask for is a confirmation of the issue and whether or not I could file it as a bug. Not really complicated, I thought.

Why are my questions ignored for such a long time?

Asked by Basicsman 3 anni fa

Answered by Basicsman 3 anni fa

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How much money did Mozilla get from Google/Instart/etc to make this Swiss Cheese of a Software Release ?

Realize that Firefox has a lot of unpaid developers. But this Firefox 57 really has quite a few security flaws and easy-pathologies. New pathologies discovered : None o… (ulteriori informazioni)

Realize that Firefox has a lot of unpaid developers. But this Firefox 57 really has quite a few security flaws and easy-pathologies.

New pathologies discovered : None of the available ad blocker ADD-ONs work. All of them, even when enabled, allow more-or-less all ads.

This level of non QA could only be by design. It is hoped that Google/Instart/etc paid you a LOT of money for this Swiss Cheese of a browser.

It's FREE! But, thanks but no thanks.

Asked by 3.2920 2 anni fa

Last reply by 3.2920 2 anni fa

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firefox quantum: shows letters/type only as AAAAAAAAAAAA. How to fix this?

Locking this thread.Please continue here: [/questions/1219501] enclosed image says it all.... thanks for looking into this! … (ulteriori informazioni)

Locking this thread.
Please continue here: [/questions/1219501]
enclosed image says it all....

thanks for looking into this!

Asked by irmarad 1 anno fa

Last reply by FredMcD 1 anno fa