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Why will you not allow Flow Scroll 4.00.33 by LOGITECH to be used? My mouse will not work without it.

Paranoid assholes!!! Cancer patient with broken mouse simply trying to get an older mouse working. A LOGITECH mouse and program. Logitech Flow Scroll 4.00.33 is the name … (ulteriori informazioni)

Paranoid assholes!!! Cancer patient with broken mouse simply trying to get an older mouse working. A LOGITECH mouse and program. Logitech Flow Scroll 4.00.33 is the name of the program. Tomorrow I am supposed to refill my medications; without them I will die! Because of you it is likely that others have ALREADY DIED! I am one of the first to use your browser, and have been loyal until today. As soon as I have copied my important bookmarks to IE, you are going bye-bye. You have become lazy, PARANOID, a-holes, and I will do my best to tell others what you have become. Eat shit. -Mistralok-

Chiesto da Mistralok 3 anni fa

Ultima risposta by philipp 3 anni fa

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I have always in private mode enabled. Why is there a small web cache stored each time I open firefox?

Basically I have Never Remember History enabled, and each time I open FF there's data in 'Cookies and Site Data'. Under 'Cookies and Site Data' it will say there's a bit … (ulteriori informazioni)

Basically I have Never Remember History enabled, and each time I open FF there's data in 'Cookies and Site Data'. Under 'Cookies and Site Data' it will say there's a bit of data (in the photo is says 16Kb, which is pretty typical). If I look under 'manage cookies and site data' there will be nothing there. Sometimes the cookies or cache or whatever is bigger if the last time I used that profile I was watching videos, at most it will be a couple Mb's maybe. If I wipe it out, it will go to 0Kb, and then for the rest of the profile session, even if I have a bazillion tabs open, it will say 0, but then there's always a cache there the next time I start that profile.

What is it? Why is there always a small amount of data in the 'Cookies and Site Data' section each time I restart a profile?

I'm currently running version 68.2.0esr on Debian Linux version 5.3.0-1-amd64. Extension: uBlock Origin 1.23.0

                 uMatrix 1.4.0
                 Canvasblocker 0.5.14.

Plugins: OpenH264 Video Codec provided by Cisco Systems, Inc. (disabled) Version 1.8.1.1

              Widevine Content Decryption Module provided by Google Inc. Version 4.10.1440.19

I have web history turned off ('Never Remember History'), trackers blocked, cookies enabled w/ third party disabled, auto search engine update turned on, Do Not Track enabled, 'Delete cookies and site data when Firefox is closed' enabled by default (b/c history is off). I might have changed a few tiny things in about:config but nothing I remember offhand. Any other system info I can look up in need be.

Chiesto da anarchistfanfic 1 anno fa

Ultima risposta by Andrew 1 anno fa

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since logins and options are displayed in tabs, can addons having all tab data permission read them?

earlier logins used to be displayed as dialog/popup. but now, since logins and options are displayed in tabs called lockwise, can addons having all tab data permission re… (ulteriori informazioni)

earlier logins used to be displayed as dialog/popup. but now, since logins and options are displayed in tabs called lockwise, can addons having all tab data permission read them?

Chiesto da Manish @aurira 12 mesi fa

Risposta di cor-el 12 mesi fa

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Security settings on Firefox - not retained

I select the setting: "ask to save logins and passwords for websites" so that I can also select "Autofill logins and passwords". This works for a session of Firefox, … (ulteriori informazioni)

I select the setting:

"ask to save logins and passwords for websites" so that I can also select 

"Autofill logins and passwords". This works for a session of Firefox, but when I close it and start a new one, it does not retain the selection. Is there another setting somewhere that is undoing it?

Chiesto da Allan 6 giorni fa

Risposta di FredMcD 6 giorni fa

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My master password isnt being accepted

Hi, as a user of Firefox from day1 I have hit my first problem so not bad going. Right, I have a win10 desktop(DT1) and 2 laptops (LP1 AND LP2). All win10 fully patched u… (ulteriori informazioni)

Hi, as a user of Firefox from day1 I have hit my first problem so not bad going. Right, I have a win10 desktop(DT1) and 2 laptops (LP1 AND LP2). All win10 fully patched up &Firefox 84.02. This morning I noticed my network share from LP1 to DT1 wasnt working and found LP1 powered down. Powered it up & it looked to be completing a patch (KB4598242) so let it finish successfully and logged in. It wouldnt take the 2 master pw prompts although definitely typing them correctly. Poked around the forum that talks of key4.db, key3.db and logins.json. Only had key4db but had a loginsbackup.json. deleted logins.jason and renamed loginsbackup. reloaded. Same, so am stuck. Did notice as LP1 loaded after powering on that a Firefox update occurred. Could one have messed the other? Anyway these things seldom happen on their own so what went on yesterday. On LP2 I noticed that on each reboot I got 2 identical FFox windows. I tried refresh, uninstalling ffox & mainteneance service, same. So I searched for the word firefox and deleted everything I could find and reinstalled FFox. Same, so switched off & gave up. Perhaps I have sync between my devices, not sure. However I have never at any stage changed my master passwords which is the same on all 3 pc's. Any ideas? Shame to lose over 120 passwords if I have to somehow start over again by uninstalling FFox and reinstalling..that'll take ages. And of course the password prompt is coming up all the time whilst typing this. Help please

Chiesto da oldchap47 4 giorni fa

Risposta di oldchap47 3 giorni fa

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blocked search results on https://www.mypoints.com/search-and-earn

I have been using https://www.mypoints.com/search-and-earn for search to earn points for cash. For some time now when I try to search hear the results are blocked. Only… (ulteriori informazioni)

I have been using https://www.mypoints.com/search-and-earn for search to earn points for cash. For some time now when I try to search hear the results are blocked. Only blocked on Firefox, other browsers work fine. How do I unblock this site on Firefox

Chiesto da hmgrn1 3 giorni fa

Risposta di FredMcD 3 giorni fa

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Firefox 84.0.2 showing logins that don't exist

I let Firefox store my logins so I don't have to hunt no matter which computer I'm using. Lately, Firefox has decided to show logins that don't exist or haven't been used… (ulteriori informazioni)

I let Firefox store my logins so I don't have to hunt no matter which computer I'm using. Lately, Firefox has decided to show logins that don't exist or haven't been used in decades (yes, DECADES). I ran CTRL-SHIFT- DEL, shut down and and restarted FF and rebooting. The fool things still show. What gives? How can these unneeded items be permanently removed? Thank you.

Chiesto da RealGomer 3 giorni fa

Risposta di cor-el 3 giorni fa

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(ProtonMail) How do I get a new page to load in the same page, not a new tab?

Hi; hope all is well in your world! I have a ProtonMail account. (It works fine, I recommend it!) Had it for years, but have not used it much. Looking into VPN and proton… (ulteriori informazioni)

Hi; hope all is well in your world!

I have a ProtonMail account. (It works fine, I recommend it!) Had it for years, but have not used it much. Looking into VPN and proton offers one, so trying to find out more, and so am now exploring the proton site quite a bit.

I can log into ProtonMail itself very easily; I get directed to my ProtonMail inbox. Cool so far. But clicking on 'help' takes me to ProtonMail Support, in a new tab. Not so cool, because I'm now not logged in. If I hit the 'LOG IN' button at the top of that page, I can log in (again) very easily. But it takes me back to my ProtonMail inbox! Same problem if I try to log in to the Protonmail Blog.

I've tried everything I can think of. I've checked through all the ProtonMail support articles (that claim they are 'step by step guide to find easily your answer'); I've investigated 'Common Login Problems', and none of the offered solutions apply (I'm not having a problem logging in; I'm having a problem logging in to something other than the inbox.) I've tried disabling browser extensions; checked the settings of Javascript, Session Storage, and Cookies; even tried using a different browser.

I think the answer to this conundrum is to configure Firefox -- just for proton -- so that instead of opening a new tab it opens the content in the same tab. But I've searched Firefox help, and have not been able to discover how to do that.

I fear I am slowly but surely going insane.

Please help!

Chiesto da pendantry 3 giorni fa

Risposta di pendantry 2 ore fa

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Sync when upgrading to new computer

On my old computer - Linux Mint 19 with current Firefox installed, I had enabled an account and set a master password. Now I'm upgrading to a new computer. Firefox does n… (ulteriori informazioni)

On my old computer - Linux Mint 19 with current Firefox installed, I had enabled an account and set a master password. Now I'm upgrading to a new computer. Firefox does not recognize the old master password. I found the setting to enable a new account password, but through the multiple jumps needed to get this set up, it frequently locks me out for 15 minutes. You encouraged saving passwords in Firefox. Switching the method for storing the passwords between versions and then having frequent 15 minute lockouts will make me abandon this platform. I don't have time for this. I do have my passwords backed up, but there is no where in Firefox that I can see in the passwords section to import from Firefox. I'm very disappointed.

Chiesto da davismbagpiper 2 giorni fa

Risposta di cor-el 1 giorno fa

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I CANNOT delete **all** my stored passwords at once?

I need to clear my personal data out of a computer before I return it to its owner. I am **absolutely** appalled and shocked by the fact that it seems to be impossible to… (ulteriori informazioni)

I need to clear my personal data out of a computer before I return it to its owner. I am **absolutely** appalled and shocked by the fact that it seems to be impossible to clear out all my stored passwords on this firefox browser installation, unless I simply uninstall firefox -- which is exactly what I am about to do. And now that I am aware of this appalling security flaw, I am sorry to say that I will be uninstalling it from everywhere else I use it too.

How can it possibly be that it is thought to be "OK" that in order to remove stored passwords, the user must remove each individual password separately. In my case, that is 227 passwords!! I can clear all browsing history, all cookies, all site-cache data, etc etc.... but several minutes of searching, both in the settings and more generally online, only has produced a way to remove passwords one at a time?

If i have missed the UI to do this, then I apologize for being so annoyed -- but in that case I must report that the feature is EXTREMELY well hidden.

I just cannot BELIEVE any browser I sign into with firefox sync almost instantly copies 227 passwords of mine onto a machine, and that I cannot remove them without doing several HUNDRED clicks.

What am I failing to understand here?

It would be much appreciated if some future answer to this question could also be sent to [email]@gmail.com. I do not think i will be logging into my firefox account again until I can feel more secure that the act of logging in won't copy hundreds of passwords in a way which I then need to spend hours removing.

I loved this browser, but unless I am mistaken about this problem, I'm afraid I simply can no longer use it.

This particular firefox browser is running on an old old lubuntu 386 laptop. Or rather, it is about to be "was running." Perhaps this is a problem in some old old version of firefox which I am running because I am on such an old machine. It is 84.0.2 (32 bit) running on an old old Acer Aspire One. If that is the case, may I a suggest that you add to your support pages some information on how to remove ALL saved logins in a single act.

Thank you scott petrack

Chiesto da scott.petrack 2 giorni fa

Risposta di TyDraniu 2 giorni fa

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privacy:resistfingerprinting

Can I still set my time to match my ip time even tho I change “privacy:resistfingerprinting”= true. Is there a way I can still solve my time to match my vpn ip after ? … (ulteriori informazioni)

Can I still set my time to match my ip time even tho I change “privacy:resistfingerprinting”= true. Is there a way I can still solve my time to match my vpn ip after ?

Chiesto da darkohnanayaw 1 giorno fa

Risposta di cor-el 1 giorno fa

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Google Meet Sharing Screen

Just recently (Jan. 21st), I tried to share my screen while in a Google Meet and received the message, "You must grant permission in order to screenshare." I don't recei… (ulteriori informazioni)

Just recently (Jan. 21st), I tried to share my screen while in a Google Meet and received the message, "You must grant permission in order to screenshare." I don't receive this message when I try it in Google Chrome. I've been able to share my screen in Google Meet when using Firefox in the past, but don't remember the last time I did. So, not sure when this issue really started. I would like to continue to use Firefox for this function, so any assistance is greatly appreciated.

Chiesto da s-coressel 6 ore fa

Risposta di Scribe 5 ore fa

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My questions apparently have no answers so I now use Firefox only to download Youtube and IE for everything else.

I had two questions. One, Firefox always remembers history no matter what I do. I must run Ccleaner to clear Firefox history. Two, on many web sites there is no vertical … (ulteriori informazioni)

I had two questions. One, Firefox always remembers history no matter what I do. I must run Ccleaner to clear Firefox history. Two, on many web sites there is no vertical navigation bar. These issues have not been answered. Now I only use Firefox to download Youtube videos and use Internet Explorer 11 for everything else. IE is more secure with all history easy to erase without resorting to Ccleaner. This is too bad, as otherwise I enjoy using Firefox more than IE or Chrome. If there is any solution to the two issues I have with Firefox, I would like to see them.

I have the latest Firefox running in Windows 8.11 on an hp laptop.

Chiesto da garza 5 anni fa

Ultima risposta by the-edmeister 5 anni fa

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Can I restore accidentaly erased privacy preferences?

I have 2 macs, and I commit the error to erasing privacies from of of them in Firefox, instead f cheking out from the browser. It is possible to restore from somewhere th… (ulteriori informazioni)

I have 2 macs, and I commit the error to erasing privacies from of of them in Firefox, instead f cheking out from the browser. It is possible to restore from somewhere the cleaned passwords?

Chiesto da Pistiqus 3 anni fa

Ultima risposta by jscher2000 3 anni fa

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When I invoke "Private Window" mode by default, the browser does not display the purple mask. Why not? What tells me that I am running in private mode?

Hi - When I set Firefox to run in Private Mode by default - it no longer displays the purple mask. How do I know then that I am actually running in Private mode? I have s… (ulteriori informazioni)

Hi - When I set Firefox to run in Private Mode by default - it no longer displays the purple mask. How do I know then that I am actually running in Private mode? I have since switched and gone back to manually invoking the mode. Thank you.

Bill North Coventry, RI, USA

Chiesto da WJNorth 2 anni fa

Risposta di cor-el 2 anni fa