Wie stelle ich die Schriftgröße auf der Symbolleiste (Datei)..Menü..Hilfe..ect. ein.?
Recently the strava web site login page started using up all the RAM (8GB in total, typically 3-4GB free) on my MAC (OS Mojave) when using Firefox (78.0.2 (64-bit). Firef… (ulteriori informazioni)
Recently the strava web site login page started using up all the RAM (8GB in total, typically 3-4GB free) on my MAC (OS Mojave) when using Firefox (78.0.2 (64-bit).
FirefoxCP Web Content is the app using up the RAM/Resources.
I suspect this is due to all the trackers strava.com is running and I have firefox setup with 'Enhanced Tracking Protection: Always On'
Blocking Cookies - Cross site and media trackers tracking content - in all windows cryptominers fingerprinters
I always run the Facebook Container.
Note, this problem started about 10-12 days ago, before the garmin ransomware (fwiw).
Note, I don't have any issues with the strava.com/login page consuming resources when using Chrome with Privacy Badger and Adblock Plus.
This is just an FYI - since unsure if it is just a 'my machine' issue. Not ready to test in Firefox without all the enhanced protection yet...
Hi I've read [page] and try to apply the instructions but somehow I can't get it to autocomplete to the domain I want. These work the way I want them to for example, whe… (ulteriori informazioni)
Hi I've read [page] and try to apply the instructions but somehow I can't get it to autocomplete to the domain I want. These work the way I want them to for example, when I type gm it autocompletes to gmail.com; when I type y it autocompletes to youtube.com. It used to never autocomplete for gmail.com but then I used the arrow key to select gmail.com from the drop menu, and hit Enter (per the instructions on the above mentioned page) and since then it autocompletes to gmail.com. So that worked as intended. But when I type ik it autocompletes to ikea.com while I want it to autocomplete to ikea.nl. The latter does show up in the drop menu and no matter how often I use the arrow key to select it and press enter, it still keeps autocompleting in the address bar to ikea.com. Am I missing a crucial step?
edit: I've tried deleting ikea.com with Shift Delete, but it keeps coming back after I've closed the tab/browser
The problem is spotting the start of a logical grouping in many tabs open at once in a window. I arrange them in order when researching something. So, there's 20 tabs ope… (ulteriori informazioni)
The problem is spotting the start of a logical grouping in many tabs open at once in a window. I arrange them in order when researching something. So, there's 20 tabs open, 4 different categories of the subject topic. There has to be a way besides a sidebar, to signify fast which group starts where. Best case scenario would be marking the 1st tab of a group with a flag, or static pop-up - a short, 15 character-limit description to signify which group it is (like '4k', '1080p', '720p', for video resolution values). 2nd-best would be a mouse-hover message, i.e. a flag or balloon to pop-up with the 15-character description. Finally, I could color-code the 1st tab of a group, or even the text .I saw some good extensions that did these - looks like Firefox disabled them with the latest browser upgrade. Are there any cross-browser or Firefox persistent apps or add-ons that will let me mark up individual tabs, with either icons, messages, or background colors?