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When I open tiktok.com the browser freeze . I use firefox 55 version

Hi. when i try to open tiktok.com the browser freeze and after some time show this pop-up " Warning:Unresponsiv script A script on this page may be busy, or it may have s… (read more)

Hi.

when i try to open tiktok.com the browser freeze and after some time show this pop-up " Warning:Unresponsiv script

A script on this page may be busy, or it may have stopped responding. You can stop the script now, open the script in the debugger, or let the script continue.

Script: https://sf16-scmcdn-va.ibytedt…s/main-530cd1b5236584ded3f3.js:1 " When i click stop script after that i can't use the site and if i click continue after some time the same error show again.

please can you help me resolve this issue .

thanks

Asked by ace.kimi 10 minutes ago

Firefox browser times out when searching or using favourites sites

Hi When I try to access websites I usually get a time out message, this seems to happen to all sites now. I have recently purchased a new HP laptop but I had the same iss… (read more)

Hi When I try to access websites I usually get a time out message, this seems to happen to all sites now. I have recently purchased a new HP laptop but I had the same issue with my old laptop. Edge loads fast and I have no issues with it but would prefer Firefox.

I use a windows 10 machine

Asked by wazzasmail 1 hour ago

Multiple Issues

New laptop. I believe there are major issues with Windows 10. I've posted them on MS message boards but no one is experiencing them (don't notice? Don't care?). I u… (read more)

New laptop. I believe there are major issues with Windows 10. I've posted them on MS message boards but no one is experiencing them (don't notice? Don't care?). I use Firefox, and while I don't believe Firefox is the problem, I thought I'd post some of them here (the short version).

Links open by themselves without me clicking or tapping on them. When I'm in a Hotmail email or message board compose screen, or a web page with fields to enter personal information, very often when I click to a spot, the screen scrolls up by itself (happens in Chrome too). Sometimes, writing an email, when I click to a spot, the cursor will instead appear a few lines up (not where I clicked). Even if I don't click, the cursor might, all of a sudden, jump somewhere else while I'm typing, or paused typing (even in a Google search field). At times, when I hit the backspace - to remove characters, text - I'm taken back to the previous web page instead. I have seen this complaint when I searched it. But I don't want an Add On that disables the backspace. I just want it to work as it should, not take me back a page.

And no, it's not malware. And I didn't have these issues with my old Windows 8 and 8.1 laptop.

Asked by Steve09 6 hours ago

Last reply by FredMcD 1 hour ago

websites saying my browser needs to be updated but it already is

sometimes when i go to certain sites i use often, it says i need to update my browser to use certain features, but i already did update my browser to the latest update, a… (read more)

sometimes when i go to certain sites i use often, it says i need to update my browser to use certain features, but i already did update my browser to the latest update, apparently many websites keep saying im still in firefox 78 when i try to update it says its already updated to the latest version, is there any way to fix this without reinstalling firefox.

Asked by persistedsphinx 3 hours ago

Last reply by FredMcD 1 hour ago

Google Earth won't load in browser; constisently stuck on loading screen

Hello all. For the past couple months i've been able to use the web version of Google Earth within the browser with little to no issue. However, about a week or two ago I… (read more)

Hello all. For the past couple months i've been able to use the web version of Google Earth within the browser with little to no issue. However, about a week or two ago I discovered Google Earth stopped working whenever I tried to use it. I would navigate to Google Earth's website, click "Launch Google Earth", and be met with this loading screen which never changes. I went to Google for help and they had me run Memtest86 on my computer, to which I found all of my RAM sticks were fully functional with 0 error or issue.

I am using the absolute latest version of firefox as well as my operating system. I am running Windows 10 on a custom built PC for gaming, 64-bit. I've tried the following:

-disabling browser addons -restarting firefox -disabling my antivirus -disabling my antimalware -restarting computer (multiple times) -disabling ALL of my browser addons

Now at first google earth wouldn't load in google chrome either, but at some point during my troubleshooting for fixing google earth on firefox, google earth began loading in chrome with no issue. As of now the only browser that can't pull up google earth is Firefox. I've attached a screenshot of the error messages I see when loading Google Earth in firefox.

Please, any and all help would be greatly appreciated. If there's anymore relevant, useful information I could provide then please let me know.

Asked by jocusmo 1 day ago

Last reply by FredMcD 1 hour ago

Making right-click behave as it does in Chrome.

Hello, I have wanted to move from Chrome to Firefox for some time and I finally got to try it out today. Something that has bothered me since the beginning is that right … (read more)

Hello, I have wanted to move from Chrome to Firefox for some time and I finally got to try it out today. Something that has bothered me since the beginning is that right clicking when the cursor hovers over text behaves differently than I'm used to.

This is the behavior I want:

  1. User action: With the cursor over text.
  2. User action: Right click / double click if in Mac
  3. Browser action: The word that the cursor is hovering should be automatically selected and the appropriate actions (copy, select all, search…, etc.) should appear in the contextual menu.

Instead of those options in the contextual menu, the normal page options are appearing (Save Page As, View Page Source…).

Where do I change this behaviour?

Additionally, how can I make the contextual menu include the «Look Up "foo"» option as it does in Chrome (Mac)?

PS: check the names of the images; basically: Chrome; Firefox-what-I-get; Firefox-what-I-want

Asked by WallYE 1 hour ago

  • Solved

"PRINT PREVIEW" is gone !!!

The "PRINT PREVIEW" option I have found under the "FILE" drop down is GONE!!! I Please tell me HOW to get it back (or at least find it somewhere else)! I absolutely DEPE… (read more)

The "PRINT PREVIEW" option I have found under the "FILE" drop down is GONE!!! I Please tell me HOW to get it back (or at least find it somewhere else)! I absolutely DEPEND on this function for processing orders and printing packing slips !!!!

This is NOT an improvement for me!!! This is absolutely horrible!

Asked by timestreasures 6 days ago

Answered by cor-el 6 days ago

NS_ERROR_UNKNOWN_HOST

In "about:networking#dnslookuptool" when a DNS test is performed the HTTP RR value is NS_ERROR_UNKNOWN_HOST. What does the https RR value represent and why the error? … (read more)

In "about:networking#dnslookuptool" when a DNS test is performed the HTTP RR value is NS_ERROR_UNKNOWN_HOST.

What does the https RR value represent and why the error?

Asked by Mace2 1 day ago

Last reply by Mace2 2 hours ago

Firefox won't show current website login password like it used to.

When logging on to a website it used to be possible to show the current password that is automatically being input. That is no longer possible it seems so now you have t… (read more)

When logging on to a website it used to be possible to show the current password that is automatically being input. That is no longer possible it seems so now you have to search the passwords for that website to locate it and then display it that way. But many times the current website is not saved under an obvious name. This makes it next to impossible to locate what used to be right in front of you (current website logon password). The worst is my current case where you lose your gmail password and try to locate it with a search of the passwords but since gmail address is the user name for 100's of websites there are 100's of results to try to find the gmail password. When it comes to Microsoft website there is zero results to Microsoft in the Firefox password search even though Firefox easily logs me in. Why did Firefox stop allowing the user to see the current password being input to websites. if they did not stop that access then I do not know how to do it anymore. Used to be a simple right click on the password field. Then you could go direct to the password manager location of that website.

Asked by alanduq 2 hours ago

Walmart Grocery not showing shopping cart

Hello. I hope someone can help me. For the last 3 or 4 weeks the Walmart grocery site is not working right. For anyone familiar you know that there is a little heart you… (read more)

Hello. I hope someone can help me. For the last 3 or 4 weeks the Walmart grocery site is not working right. For anyone familiar you know that there is a little heart you click on for your favorites, and on the right side of the page is your items currently in your shopping cart. Ok, neither of those is working in Firefox right now. It is working fine in Opera but not Firefox which is my preferred browser. (I was using Opera for a while and one of their updates caused the same issue, they saw it about a week later and it works there now.) I have attempted several restarts with addons disabled. As far as I can remember the only thing that I have changed in about:config was "browser.urlbar.update1" (that has been changed for a long time) ...I went in and changed it back but that made no difference. Does anyone have any ideas? I really dislike having to open a separate browser for 1 site. I have attached a picture showing what I am referring to. Thank you in advance Kathy

Asked by Biscuit 2 days ago

Last reply by Biscuit 3 hours ago

Is it safe to delete all the "app.normandy" prefs or set them to false? If not, which ones?

I did NOT enroll in any FF studies. Yet, moderator Cor-el said the app.normandy preferences will install new features and 'shield studies' anyways. I stopped downloading … (read more)

I did NOT enroll in any FF studies. Yet, moderator Cor-el said the app.normandy preferences will install new features and 'shield studies' anyways. I stopped downloading FF updates after v.84. I wanted to avoid the disastrous change to the print function that showed up on another computer. I spent hours trying to figure out what happened and how to get rid of of it. Nevertheless, Firefox installed this unwanted print 'update.' So my question is whether it is safe to turn off or delete all the app.normandy preferences in about:config ? Or do I only need to change the settings on a few? If so, which ones. What happens if I change these?

app.normandy.api_url https://normandy.cdn.mozilla.net/api/v1 app.normandy.dev_mode false app.normandy.enabled true app.normandy.first_run false app.normandy.last_seen_buildid app.normandy.logging.level 50 app.normandy.migrationsApplied 10 app.normandy.onsync_skew_sec 600 app.normandy.run_interval_seconds 21600 app.normandy.shieldLearnMoreUrl https://support.mozilla.org/1/firefox/%VERSION%/%OS%/%LOCALE%/shield app.normandy.startupRolloutPrefs.browser.partnerlink.useAttributionURL true app.normandy.startupRolloutPrefs.browser.toolbars.bookmarks.2h2020 true app.normandy.startupRolloutPrefs.browser.topsites.experiment.ebay-2020-1 true app.normandy.startupRolloutPrefs.browser.topsites.useRemoteSetting true app.normandy.startupRolloutPrefs.doh-rollout.enabled true app.normandy.startupRolloutPrefs.doh-rollout.profileCreationThreshold 1896163212345 app.normandy.startupRolloutPrefs.doh-rollout.provider-steering.enabled true app.normandy.startupRolloutPrefs.doh-rollout.provider-steering.provider-list [{ "name": "comcast", "canonicalName": "doh-discovery.xfinity.com", "uri": "https://doh.xfinity.com/dns-query" }] app.normandy.startupRolloutPrefs.network.preload true app.normandy.startupRolloutPrefs.print.tab_modal.enabled false app.normandy.user_id 9893538f-07be-4513-8265-9124f1f967ff

"Normandy is a collection of servers, workflows, and Firefox components that enables Mozilla to remote control Firefox clients in the wild based on precise criteria."

Asked by plew29881 3 hours ago

Can't open links from other apps, error "Firefox is already running"

I'm running Arch btw, with GNOME Shell 3.38.3 and Firefox 86.0 (64-bit). If I have Firefox already open and I click on a link inside of another app, Firefox displays the … (read more)

I'm running Arch btw, with GNOME Shell 3.38.3 and Firefox 86.0 (64-bit).

If I have Firefox already open and I click on a link inside of another app, Firefox displays the following error message and the link fails to open.

Firefox is already running, but is not responding. To use Firefox, you must first close the existing Firefox process, restart your device, or use a different profile.

However, if I close Firefox and then click the link again, Firefox will correctly open the link.

Asked by jpina452 5 hours ago

Choose pane configuration in inspect element

Hi, When I use inspect element, there's obviously the main HTML pane, and then the tabbed pane with CSS rules and the sort. When I pop out inspect element to its own wind… (read more)

Hi,

When I use inspect element, there's obviously the main HTML pane, and then the tabbed pane with CSS rules and the sort. When I pop out inspect element to its own window, it looks like the first image attached. However, dragging it and maximizing it on my second monitor makes it look like the second image. Obviously, this is less than ideal for this layout. As far as I'm aware, this is purely a responsive layout, with no user overrides (3-pane mode's docs only say "At narrower browser window widths, the tabs appear below the CSS Rules pane.) My question then, is if there is a way to override this? If so, I'm all ears, and if not, I do think that's something that should be considered.

Asked by Shawn 5 hours ago

"a webpage might be slowing down your browser." frequent persistent yellow pop up bug crashing my webpages. please make it stop!?

hello there and good evening:3 my husband and i are having this repetitive and extremely frequent bright yellow pop up with a robot that states "a webpage might be slowin… (read more)

hello there and good evening:3 my husband and i are having this repetitive and extremely frequent bright yellow pop up with a robot that states "a webpage might be slowing down your browser." then the option to wait, or stop it. i've ran out of patience with this notification to the point to where even though i'de hate to, i would have no choice but to switch back to chrome just to stop being spammed by this pop up while im trying to relax. it happens more frequently on youtube and walmart.com, and i just want it to stop because it seems as if when it does show up, once it starts it never stops, and it actually slows down my webpage to the point of becoming unresponsive and stalling/crashing my only webpage open at the time. my husband has the same issue and we both use windows desktop. it only started appearing after the latest update. please, can someone help me make this thing go away? its very stressful and i cant browse in peace anymore on firefox. yes we have turned off all background processes, and we both have scowered settings troubleshooting for hours at a time to no avail, it just never stops and it behaving like a really bad bug.

Asked by Sprinkles91 5 hours ago

I accidentally lost the recommended articles

I accidentally lost the recommended articles which can be saved to pocket (optional). There should be a checkbox that asks: ARE YOU SURE ? There must be an EASY way to ge… (read more)

I accidentally lost the recommended articles which can be saved to pocket (optional). There should be a checkbox that asks: ARE YOU SURE ? There must be an EASY way to get the articles back. While I'm here I'd like to say that a lot of the help files or comments don't have any pictures. A picture IS worth a thousand words so it would be nice to have more of that. Someone could ask you what someone else looked like and you could sit there and type a long time or (so much faster) show them a picture if you have one, right ? Let's go a step further and use a dismantled car engine. Even more complex. Are you starting to get it ?  :-)

Asked by Ray 5 hours ago

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Firefox set to erase data on close is forgetting extension logins when it didn't before

I had to reinstall Windows recently. For some reason, Firefox no longer seems to keep me logged in to Lastpass and Pushbullet. More than half of the time I load a new ses… (read more)

I had to reinstall Windows recently. For some reason, Firefox no longer seems to keep me logged in to Lastpass and Pushbullet. More than half of the time I load a new session, Lastpass will give me a cookies notice but does remember my details in the fields, whereas Pushbullet shoves a login screen in my face and I have to go through the hassle of signing in with Google.

My browser has always been set to erase everything on close, but this has never effected extensions, so I'm surprised it suddenly does so. I don't think my settings are any different than they have been previously. I've tried making the lastpass and pushbullet websites as exceptions and playing with various privacy settings but am unable to replicate the 'correct' behaviour I had before.

Am I missing something here please? Has something changed in recent versions of Firefox?

Settings are: Standard tracking protection Always do not track Delete cookies and site data when Firefox is closed is checked with Lastpass.com and Pushbullet.com as exceptions All options under 'Logins and passwords' unchecked Always use private browsing mode, remember browsing and download history, and remember search and form history are all unchecked Clear history when firefox closes is checked, and in settings, all boxes are checked

Asked by Lewis7247 6 hours ago

Answered by jscher2000 6 hours ago

html <audio>

Can anyone tell me why the following html code doesn't work: <audio autoplay> <source src="file.mp3" type="audio/mpeg"> Your browser does not support the a… (read more)

Can anyone tell me why the following html code doesn't work:

<audio autoplay>
  <source src="file.mp3" type="audio/mpeg">
Your browser does not support the audio element.
</audio>

I must say, it does work in Microsoft Edge, but in no other browser, including Firefox. And how could I make it work? I want the audio file to start playing when the page is opened, in the background, no controls, no loops...

Thanks in advance for any help.

Asked by Jos 1 day ago

Last reply by jscher2000 6 hours ago

Firefox resets every morning

Every time I wake up, firefox has reset like i am opening it for the first time. i have to log in every morning, which is different from other browsers. i am wondering, i… (read more)

Every time I wake up, firefox has reset like i am opening it for the first time. i have to log in every morning, which is different from other browsers. i am wondering, is this a feature, or a bug. it also resets extensions, bookmarks, and logins. this is very annoying for me.

Asked by Lewis Dunn 7 hours ago

Last reply by cor-el 6 hours ago

Recently there has been a 10 second delay when clicking links in firefox

It occurs in Safe Mode as well. Is this a man in the middle attack, ISP throttling, or something else? Whatever it is, it is very irritating. The firefox window freezes… (read more)

It occurs in Safe Mode as well. Is this a man in the middle attack, ISP throttling, or something else?

Whatever it is, it is very irritating. The firefox window freezes for 10 seconds after clicking a link. On Windows 8, Firefox 86.0, 64-bit.

Asked by fullscreener_notoolbar 7 hours ago

Last reply by jscher2000 6 hours ago