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Amazon Login

Firefox is synced on all my computers. Same version. Same extensions. I can't login on my primary desktop as of last night 5/23/24. I can login/watch Prime on my laptop. … (read more)

Firefox is synced on all my computers. Same version. Same extensions. I can't login on my primary desktop as of last night 5/23/24. I can login/watch Prime on my laptop. My desktop gives me the attached error.

Asked by Kojak1958 3 days ago

Answered by Kojak1958 3 days ago

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Export to file does not work.

On the about:sync page the button to "Export to File..." button has no effect. Regardless if I select "Limit history engine fetch to first 5000 records" or "Anonymize Dat… (read more)

On the about:sync page the button to "Export to File..." button has no effect. Regardless if I select "Limit history engine fetch to first 5000 records" or "Anonymize Data".

It used to work. So I wonder why nothing happens when I click the button now... There is no network call made when I click the button. No error.

Asked by Phil's Bookmarks 17 hours ago

Answered by jonzn4SUSE 16 hours ago

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Amazon website just churns in Firefox

Just today, I can no longer access the Amazon website. The pages load halfway and then it just churns/spins and never completes loading the page. So far I've discovered… (read more)

Just today, I can no longer access the Amazon website. The pages load halfway and then it just churns/spins and never completes loading the page. So far I've discovered no other websites that have the same problem.

I am able to access the Amazon website on three other browsers - Edge, Brave and DuckDuckGo - with no problems and normal loading speed. I don't use Chrome, so I can't speak to that.

I've tried clearing the cache and that did not help. I had a Firefox update installed a couple of days ago. Don't know how long it had been sitting there, as Firefox is almost always open and doesn't have the opportunity to update until I close everything and restart my computer, which I did a couple of days ago.

Windows 10 on a Dell pc/laptop. Firefox Version 126.0 (64-bit).

Any ideas on how to fix?

Asked by gswacker 2 days ago

Answered by cor-el 1 day ago

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Web site not answering

I am trying to connect to a website but I keep getting error code 522. I've tried using Chrome and it connects to the website with no problem. I've checked my privacy s… (read more)

I am trying to connect to a website but I keep getting error code 522. I've tried using Chrome and it connects to the website with no problem. I've checked my privacy settings and I do not have that website blocked. What else can I check?

Asked by w5513 3 weeks ago

Answered by jscher2000 - Support Volunteer 3 weeks ago

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Paypal indicated Mozilla canceled my monthly donation

Just checking, can I still make a $3 monthly Paypal donation to Mozilla, or is that amount too small, or does it expire, or something to that effect? Thanks much! … (read more)

Just checking, can I still make a $3 monthly Paypal donation to Mozilla, or is that amount too small, or does it expire, or something to that effect? Thanks much!

Asked by jimmydanger 1 day ago

Answered by James 1 day ago

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Pages taking ages to load

Hi all, I feel like this is a problem that must have been experienced and solved a thousand times... however I've tried all the suggested fixes I can find and the proble… (read more)

Hi all,

I feel like this is a problem that must have been experienced and solved a thousand times... however I've tried all the suggested fixes I can find and the problem still persists.

When I load Firefox the pages take ages to load. It doesn't matter what the page is, it takes ages, except that about: pages load fine, no problem. When I say pages take ages to load, I mean that everything about the page takes ages, not only the next, not on the images and other content etc, everything. This only started happening today and I only created a new profile a month or so ago. I don't have many tabs open (maybe 20) of which 9 are pinned. I do have lots of extensions installed.

I've tried troubleshooting/safe mode, that makes no difference.

Private browsing and loading another profile are fine, they don't have this problem.

I've cleared all cache and data, cookies, etc, including startup cache.

I've deleted the content-prefs file, and removed places files.

I've tried disabling and enabling hardware acceleration.

I've tried disabling TRR.

Probably some other things too, but so far nothing has worked.

Suggestions please! :)

Asked by madbilly 4 months ago

Answered by madbilly 1 day ago

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Animation CSS on my web site doesn't work on firefox

Hello, I made animations CSS on my web site and everything was working great on all browsers. I just see that it doesn't work anymore only in firefox... here is my code:… (read more)

Hello, I made animations CSS on my web site and everything was working great on all browsers. I just see that it doesn't work anymore only in firefox...

here is my code:


/* -------------------------------------- */ /* ANIMATION ANE */ @keyframes mouvement-uniforme {

   0% 		{ animation-timing-function: linear; transform: translateX(-500px); }
   100% 	{ animation-timing-function: linear; transform: translateX(30px); }

}

@-webkit-keyframes webkit-mouvement-uniforme { 0% { -webkit-animation-timing-function: linear; -webkit-transform: translateX(30px ) translateY(-2px ) rotate(-2deg); } 2% { -webkit-animation-timing-function: linear; -webkit-transform: translateX(60px ) translateY(2px ) rotate(2deg); } 4% { -webkit-animation-timing-function: linear; -webkit-transform: translateX(90px ) translateY(-2px ) rotate(-2deg); } 6% { -webkit-animation-timing-function: linear; -webkit-transform: translateX(120px ) translateY(2px ) rotate(2deg); } 8% { -webkit-animation-timing-function: linear; -webkit-transform: translateX(150px ) translateY(-2px ) rotate(-2deg); } 10% { -webkit-animation-timing-function: linear; -webkit-transform: translateX(180px ) translateY(2px ) rotate(2deg); } 12% { -webkit-animation-timing-function: linear; -webkit-transform: translateX(210px ) translateY(0px ) rotate(-1deg); } 14% { -webkit-animation-timing-function: linear; -webkit-transform: translateX(240px ) translateY(1px ) rotate(1deg); } 18% { -webkit-animation-timing-function: linear; -webkit-transform: rotate(0deg) translateX(240px) translateY(2px ); } 24% { -webkit-animation-timing-function: linear; -webkit-transform: rotate(1deg) translateX(240px) translateY(-2px ); } 28% { -webkit-animation-timing-function: linear; -webkit-transform: rotate(0deg) translateX(240px) translateY(3px ); } 32% { -webkit-animation-timing-function: linear; -webkit-transform: rotate(0deg) translateX(240px) translateY(-1px ); } 34% { -webkit-animation-timing-function: linear; -webkit-transform: rotate(1deg) translateX(245px); } 36% { -webkit-animation-timing-function: linear; -webkit-transform: rotate(0deg) translateX(-2px); } 38% { -webkit-animation-timing-function: linear; -webkit-transform: translateX(-2px) translateY(2px ); } 40% { -webkit-animation-timing-function: linear; -webkit-transform: translateX(-245px); } 42% { -webkit-animation-timing-function: linear; -webkit-transform: translateX(-245px) rotate(1deg) translateY(-2px ); } 43% { -webkit-animation-timing-function: linear; -webkit-transform: translateX(-245px) rotate(-3deg); } 100% { -webkit-animation-timing-function: linear; -webkit-transform: translateX(0px); } }


@-moz-keyframes moz-mouvement-uniforme { 0% { -moz-transform: translateX(30px ) translateY(-2px ) rotate(-2deg); } 2% { -moz-transform: translateX(60px ) translateY(2px ) rotate(2deg); } 4% { -moz-transform: translateX(90px ) translateY(-2px ) rotate(-2deg); } 6% { -moz-transform: translateX(120px ) translateY(2px ) rotate(2deg); } 8% { -moz-transform: translateX(150px ) translateY(-2px ) rotate(-2deg); } 10% { -moz-transform: translateX(180px ) translateY(2px ) rotate(2deg); } 12% { -moz-transform: translateX(210px ) translateY(0px ) rotate(-1deg); } 14% { -moz-transform: translateX(240px ) translateY(1px ) rotate(1deg); } 18% { -moz-transform: rotate(0deg) translateX(240px) translateY(2px ); } 24% { -moz-transform: rotate(1deg) translateX(240px) translateY(-2px ); } 28% { -moz-transform: rotate(0deg) translateX(240px) translateY(3px ); } 32% { -moz-transform: rotate(0deg) translateX(240px) translateY(-1px ); } 34% { -moz-transform: rotate(1deg) translateX(245px); } 36% { -moz-transform: rotate(0deg) translateX(-2px); } 38% { -moz-transform: translateX(-2px) translateY(2px ); } 40% { -moz-transform: translateX(-245px); } 42% { -moz-transform: translateX(-245px) rotate(1deg) translateY(-2px ); } 43% { -moz-transform: translateX(-245px) rotate(-3deg); } 100% { -moz-transform: translateX(0px); } }



@-ms-keyframes ms-mouvement-uniforme {

   0% 		{ -ms-animation-timing-function: linear; -ms-transform: translateX(-500px); }
   100% 	{ -ms-animation-timing-function: linear; -ms-transform: translateX(0px); }

} @-o-keyframes o-mouvement-uniforme {

   0% 		{ -o-animation-timing-function: linear; -o-transform: translateX(-500px); }
   100% 	{ -o-animation-timing-function: linear; -o-transform: translateX(0px); }

}


.position { position: relative; top: -200px; left: -280px; float:left; }

.bouge { animation: mouvement-uniforme 60s ; -webkit-animation: webkit-mouvement-uniforme 20s ; -webkit-animation-iteration-count: infinite; -webkit-animation-fill-mode: forwards; -webkit-animation-duration: 15s; -webkit-animation-delay: 0s; -webkit-overflow-scrolling: auto!important;

-moz-animation: moz-mouvement-uniforme 20s; -moz-animation-iteration-count: infinite; -moz-animation-fill-mode: forwards; -moz-animation-duration: 15s; -moz-animation-delay: 0s;

-ms-animation: ms-mouvement-uniforme 10s ;

-o-animation: o-mouvement-uniforme 10s ; }



It was working fine before on firefox. it works on other browsers (opera, Edge,..) Do something changed? it's a long time that i didn't chek it so...

this is the page where a donkey should appear at the bottom of the page:

https://www.campingnoroc.com/en/our-campsite/


Thanks a lot for your help!!

Asked by Pierre MARTIN 2 days ago

Answered by Pierre MARTIN 1 day ago

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Unable to zoom, to view larger image that is available with Chrome

I've migrated to Firefox from Chrome and am getting everything as close as possible to my Chrome setup. This is a usability issue when I zoom on an image, that has a larg… (read more)

I've migrated to Firefox from Chrome and am getting everything as close as possible to my Chrome setup. This is a usability issue when I zoom on an image, that has a larger version. Chrome allows me to zoom to the full extent of the image, but Firefox screen shakes and doesn't allow the same detail. Screen recording and links below.

Screen recording Firefox

Screen recording Chrome

This is a link to the item in question.

Asked by Allan MacDonald 1 week ago

Answered by cor-el 3 days ago

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Request for Implementation of Text Fragments Feature (#:~:text=) in Firefox

Dear Firefox Development Team, I hope this message finds you well. I am writing to request the implementation of a feature in Firefox that I believe would greatly enhanc… (read more)

Dear Firefox Development Team,

I hope this message finds you well. I am writing to request the implementation of a feature in Firefox that I believe would greatly enhance user experience and accessibility on the web. Specifically, I am referring to the text fragment feature (#:~:text=) that is currently supported in browsers based on the Chromium engine, such as Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge.

The text fragment feature allows users to link directly to specific pieces of text within a webpage, facilitating more precise navigation and making it easier to reference exact portions of content. This is particularly useful for academic citations, sharing specific excerpts from lengthy articles, and improving overall user interaction with web content.

For example, a URL formatted as https://example.com#:~:text=desired%20text%20fragment directs users not just to the page, but to the exact location of the specified text, highlighting it for easy identification. This can save users significant time and improve the efficiency of information retrieval.

Given Firefox's commitment to innovation and user-centric design, I believe that integrating this feature would be a valuable addition. It would not only bring Firefox in line with other major browsers in terms of functionality but also enhance its appeal to users who rely on this precise method of navigation.

I hope you will consider this suggestion and look forward to potentially seeing this feature in a future release of Firefox.

Thank you for your continued dedication to improving the Firefox browser.

Best regards, Grey Ronin

Ps. Sorry, but due to lack of time and somewhat poor English skills this message was generated by AI.

Asked by Grey Ronin 4 days ago

Answered by jscher2000 - Support Volunteer 4 days ago

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CAN NOT find the file path location of Firefox.exe application.

Hello, James here. I CAN NOT find the Firefox application file location. There is no option to show file path upon right click of the desktop icon and I can not locate i… (read more)

Hello,

James here. I CAN NOT find the Firefox application file location. There is no option to show file path upon right click of the desktop icon and I can not locate it in File Explorer. I have done an entire (C:) drive search and turned up nothing. C:\Users\(username)\AppData\Local\Mozilla Firefox does not exist in my file system. I am at a loss here and it's driving me bonkers!

Asked by jbab52 3 months ago

Answered by Paul 3 months ago

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Fifefox does not save a new payment method, clicking on save does nothing

Hi, it seems that my Firefox browser does not want to save a new payment method. I'm trying to access "Settings -> Privacy & Security -> Autofill" and then clic… (read more)

Hi, it seems that my Firefox browser does not want to save a new payment method. I'm trying to access "Settings -> Privacy & Security -> Autofill" and then click on "Saved payment methods", which opens a dialog with the existing payment methods and options to remove/add/edit. I'm clicking on Add, filling-in the card details and then clicking Save, nothing happens....

I previously had a working saved payment method, but it stopped working (I think more than 6 months ago). I tried to re-enable the credit cards by setting the following configs on about:config page:

- extensions.formautofill.creditCards.available: true
- extensions.formautofill.creditCards.supportedCountries: '...,RO' -> (I was adding my country to the existing list)

After the browser restart with those new settings when I'm on a payment page, clicking on a credit card field will show the saved credit card but if I click on it, it will not fill the details. And also trying to save a new card, manually as described previously in this message, or by the automatically prompt to save a new card after a successful payment was done. Both methods failed on me but with no error (I cannot see the saved payment on the list).

I tried removing the existing saved card, it worked removing it, but the add is still not working.

I also tried restarting in save mode, launching Firefox in a separate profile and added my country on the creditCards config for supportedCountries to show the "Saved payment methods" button on new profile, and it did not change anything.

I'm thinking there is a missing permission somewhere on the disk but I don't know where is the payment data stored on disk.

I would really appreciate any help on this.

PS: Check the attached pic to see the payment add and clicking the save button does nothing (also there are no validation errors). And the other: FF version, OS, troubleshooting info.

Asked by Mike S 2 days ago

Answered by Mike S 2 days ago

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WHAT is with the LACK OF UPDATE options making this browser WORSE THAN OTHERS it is ridiculous

Ridiculous with the new update page saying " A browser that's truly yours My Firefox: More Speed, More Security, More Fun." WHEN YOU CANNOT TURN OFF THE IDIOTIC popup spa… (read more)

Ridiculous with the new update page saying " A browser that's truly yours My Firefox: More Speed, More Security, More Fun." WHEN YOU CANNOT TURN OFF THE IDIOTIC popup spam for the updates NOT EVEN GOOGLE CHROME DOES THAT. And ridiculous it has to LOAD THE UPDATE after restarting the browser lag time and IDIOTIC BRIGHT SCREEN FLASHING even if you have darkmode on, JESUS CHRIST this browser seems ridiculous and FAR WORSE THAN THE OTHERS WHEN EVEN CHROME IS BETTER with these settings and not being pointlessly ridiculous rofl. WHAT is going on with that people. AND SETTINGS TO FIX THAT would make this less ridiculous to use obviously, THANK

Asked by Co L 3 days ago

Last reply by Paul 3 days ago

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FIREFOX CRASHES

firefox has fully stoped working for me, i cant open even one tab a message appears that says' guh your tab has crashed' i cant do absolutely anything, please i need help… (read more)

firefox has fully stoped working for me, i cant open even one tab a message appears that says' guh your tab has crashed' i cant do absolutely anything, please i need help

Asked by Komo Dino 5 months ago

Last reply by Catt1960 3 days ago

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Closed tabs not restoring

Hello, I closed my browser, expecting it to save my current tabs as it usually does. When I reopened it, the tabs were gone. They were important for me, and some of them … (read more)

Hello, I closed my browser, expecting it to save my current tabs as it usually does. When I reopened it, the tabs were gone. They were important for me, and some of them were pretty old so I can't find them in my history. I tried checking the "recently closed tabs" option, it didn't help. There was also no option to restore the previous session. Can you help me restore my lost tabs?

Asked by guynardia 3 days ago

Answered by cor-el 3 days ago

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Change in Tab Behavior

It seems firefox has changed the behavior of tabs. When I go to open a closed tab, I see a list of all the tabs that have been closed from every window. I want to restore… (read more)

It seems firefox has changed the behavior of tabs. When I go to open a closed tab, I see a list of all the tabs that have been closed from every window. I want to restore the previous behavior where "recently closed tabs" only shows the tabs that were closed in the current window. I saw some about:config settings, but I'm not sure what they do and I don't want to end up losing the tab history all together.

Thanks

Asked by sugarcookie 4 days ago

Answered by cor-el 4 days ago

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Cloudflare Verify you are human looping

I have been experiencing a problem with Cloudflare specifically on one site (character.ai) and when the verify you are human pops up. It takes me in a seemingly infinite … (read more)

I have been experiencing a problem with Cloudflare specifically on one site (character.ai) and when the verify you are human pops up. It takes me in a seemingly infinite loop. On the Cloudflare community site they say it could be because of things like adblock but even without any adblock or anything of the sort on it does the same thing. Sadly Cloudflare community doesn't support being used on Firefox. So maybe they don't support being used on Firefox in general? I have contacted the actual websites support but they don't seem to even read submitted inquiries because I never hear anything back from them except the automated message they received it. It is now preventing me from using certain things in general which as before it wasn't that big of a deal but recently they changed the site layout and still allowed you to use the old layout but the verification blocks you from using the old layout. The first one is one from a couple of weeks ago when it only effected me trying to open things in a separate tab and the second one is the newer one which prevents me from accessing the old layout. I'm not sure what to do about it since nothing I specifically could do to solve it has helped. I have opted into sharing data under troubleshooting IDK how well that'll help.

Asked by Lilynette 2 months ago

Answered by Lilynette 2 months ago

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Q: Why does blocked website (pwnedpasswords.com) still leave cookies?

Hello, I recently deleted pwnedpasswords.com from my cookies, as well as blocked this website; however, it keeps reappearing in my list of cookies. I've never even visi… (read more)

Hello,

I recently deleted pwnedpasswords.com from my cookies, as well as blocked this website; however, it keeps reappearing in my list of cookies.

I've never even visited this site (that I'm aware of), and it's a bit concerning to me.

In spite of clearing ALL my cookies (and blocking this website), it keeps appearing in my list!

Please advise :)

Asked by TM 1 week ago

Answered by TM 4 days ago