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Firefox 62.0.3 (64-bit) pn FreeBSD 11.2-RELEASE: I can't login to Google with Firefox anymore since I upgraded to new version. The Next button does not advance

When trying to login to Google or gmail, I type in my email address and when I hit the "Next" button, nothing happens. I do not have this problem with Chrome. Chrome work… (ulteriori informazioni)

When trying to login to Google or gmail, I type in my email address and when I hit the "Next" button, nothing happens. I do not have this problem with Chrome. Chrome works fine. This problem started after I upgraded to this newer version: 62.0.3 (64-bit) on FreeBSD 11.2

Chiesto da b0bfreebsd 1 anno fa

Ultima risposta by cor-el 1 anno fa

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Lastest versions of firefox (version 58 and higher) causes computer to crash and reboot

For the last 4 days (I believe since I was upgraded to version 58) firefox has been crashing my computer. The crash does not always happen, but it is sometimes repeatabl… (ulteriori informazioni)

For the last 4 days (I believe since I was upgraded to version 58) firefox has been crashing my computer. The crash does not always happen, but it is sometimes repeatable. Firefox crashes different websites (youtube, amazon, and other random sites) When Firefox crashes it freezes computer. Then computer automatically reboots and asks if I want to boot into safe mode.

Chiesto da abe1 2 anni fa

Ultima risposta by FredMcD 2 anni fa

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What causes Crashes EVERYTIME on start up - Mac Book Pro 2011?

This MacBook Pro (15-inch-late 2011) 2.4 GHz Intel Core i7, 16 GB MHz RAM, Intel Graphics 3000 512 MB ... running MacOS High Sierra 10.13.4. ... It successfully launches… (ulteriori informazioni)

This MacBook Pro (15-inch-late 2011) 2.4 GHz Intel Core i7, 16 GB MHz RAM, Intel Graphics 3000 512 MB ... running MacOS High Sierra 10.13.4. ... It successfully launches Firefox (I downloaded upgrade on 03/03/2018 (Firefox 60.0).) But, then it just freezes until the machine times out on something critical -- and it totally CRASHES the entire MacBook Pro. After, crashing, I have had to reset the machine. I have EVEN replaced MacOS High Sierra and then re-downloaded and replaced Firefox 60.0 on a "clean" system. Apple Safari (NOTE: Safari is what I am sending this message on right now has NO PROBLEMs on the system!)

The system also has problems with Aspyr's Civilization V. They said that it is the Intel Graphics Card that causes the issues and they have NOT been able to correct the issue for their gaming software.

I have NO ISSUES ON RUNNING 99% of the installed application software that was downloaded via Apple MacOS App Store. What can I do? I have ALWAYS SUPPORTED MOZILLA and wish to use what is supposed to be a superior browser product -- FIREFOX 60.0!

Chiesto da FXSowa 2 anni fa

Ultima risposta by cor-el 2 anni fa

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Audio and Video Out of Sync

I'm running Firefox 57 on FreeBSD, and it's fine, blazing fast and all, but the audio is out of sync with the video... This is for YouTube, any streaming video, and loca… (ulteriori informazioni)

I'm running Firefox 57 on FreeBSD, and it's fine, blazing fast and all, but the audio is out of sync with the video... This is for YouTube, any streaming video, and local files opened in Firefox. Any video played locally in other software play normally without any issues.

Does anyone know what's going on?

In the troubleshooting information, under Audio Backend, it says "oss"; it should be PulseAudio... I think... Does anyone know how to change the setting? It *could* be that, but maybe it's not...

Chiesto da poorandunlucky 2 anni fa

Ultima risposta by Shadow110 2 anni fa

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After upgrading to FF47 on FreeBSD, there are problems with the scroll bars and the tab bar.

I upgraded from (I believe) Firefox 43.0.1 to Firefox 47.0.1 on FreeBSD. After the upgrade, I see that the scroll bars - both appearance and behavior - have been changed,… (ulteriori informazioni)

I upgraded from (I believe) Firefox 43.0.1 to Firefox 47.0.1 on FreeBSD.

After the upgrade, I see that the scroll bars - both appearance and behavior - have been changed, and for the worse.

the fact that the scroll bar is narrower is annoying, but can be worked with. Though making a smaller space to grab the scroll bar indicator and move your viewport to where you want to be on a page is more difficult and more likely to cause frustration, it would be nice if the width could be restored.

Second, the "up" arrow and the "down" arrow used to click one line[ish] up or down have been removed. I can only see this as a decision to reduce the usability of the browser.

The major problem, and this may be a "look for a functional browser" problem, is that when you click in the scroll bar, instead of the expected behavior of scrolling up one "screen" if you click above the current position or down one "screen" if you click below the cursor, the behavior is to unexpectedly click to where the mouse cursor is. If you're on a short page, this isn't much of a problem, but if you are on a large page, the makers of Firefox have just made reading web pages incredibly difficult, as you have to fight with a narrow scroll bar to try to move an indicator a tiny bit by carefully dragging it - and in come cases, moving just a pixel or two down or up could cover several screens of a page. On any long page, firefox has just become unusable as a means of effectively reading that content.

In addition, double clicking on the blank space in the tab bar no longer opens a new tab. Instead, it does nothing.

Is there any way to get these two major usability issues addressed?

Chiesto da weif 4 anni fa

Ultima risposta by James 4 anni fa