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Where did ScreenCapture go???!!

I use Firefox and Firefox developer and rely quite a bit on the ScreenCapture feature that used to live behind the three dots in the address bar. Did they remove it? I fe… (read more)

I use Firefox and Firefox developer and rely quite a bit on the ScreenCapture feature that used to live behind the three dots in the address bar. Did they remove it? I feel like I've looked everywhere to re-locate it and keep coming up dry.

Anyone else experience the same thing? Thanks for the help!

Asked by Intelligent Evil Prieš 1 savaitę

Answered by jscher2000 Prieš 1 savaitę

Where is the magnifying glass icon for the inspector pane?

I know the ID attribute value of the element I want to find but I can't find a way to go to it. Ctrl+F searches the parsed code/page, the "search HTML" textbox between th… (read more)

I know the ID attribute value of the element I want to find but I can't find a way to go to it. Ctrl+F searches the parsed code/page, the "search HTML" textbox between the tabs and the HTML code doesn't seem to do anything even though I can see the string in the code, and I can't find the "magnifying glass icon on the far right of the Breadcrumbs row". How can I search for a string in the actual code?

Thanks in advance.

Asked by Æthel Prieš 5 dienas

Last reply by Kassius Prieš 5 dienas

FireFox Updates Zwangsupdes deaktivieren und aktivieren, für mündige USER

Eine Textdatei mit dem Editor erzeugen. Die Datei deaktivateFireFoxUpdate.txt nennen. Den Folgenden Text hineinkopieren oder schreiben: [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Po… (read more)

Eine Textdatei mit dem Editor erzeugen. Die Datei deaktivateFireFoxUpdate.txt nennen. Den Folgenden Text hineinkopieren oder schreiben:


[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Policies\Mozilla\Firefox] "DisableAppUpdate"=dword:00000001

Die Datei speichern und dann Umbenennen mit der Endung REG. Das heiß aus deaktivateFireFoxUpdate.txt wird deaktivateFireFoxUpdate.reg Dann die Datei ausführen. Die Datei legt den Wert DisableAppUpdate in der Reg an und setzt ihn auf 1, das stoppt Firefox Autoupdates. In den Firefox Einstellungen steht dann Updates durch Admin deaktiviert.

Um ds Rückgängig zu machen Eine DAtei mit folgemdem Inhalt erzeugen:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Policies\Mozilla\Firefox] "DisableAppUpdate"=dword:00000000

Die Updates werden aktiviert bzw., deaktiviert indem man den Wert auf 1 oder Null setzt.


Meine Meinung dazu: So bekommt man wieder die Eigenständige Kontrolle über seinen Computer. Ein dreifaches Pfui an Mozilla, für diese selbstherrliche despektierliche, anmaßende und User abwertenden Zwangsupdates von Firefox. Ich brauche keine großen Bruder oder schlimmeres der sich um meine Sicherheit kümmert. Mozilla hat damit genau das getan was sie an Microsoft und anderen kritisieren, die niemals so weitgehend würden wie Mozilla. Das ist wirklich übele Bevormundung. Ich bereue denen mal Geld gespendet zu haben weil ich dachte die stehen für Freie, mündige Menschen und die Selbstbestimmung des Individuums. Von mir gibt es keine Cent mehr so lange das so ist. Zum kotzen; sich selbst mit Gemeinnützigkeit beweihräuchernde Gutmenschen, die sich Zeugen Jehovas gleich ausführen. Die machen auch Zwangsupdates und manipulieren andere. Pfui. So was finde man eigentlich nur in der Kirche und bei totalitären Systemen. In einer Demokratie hat das nichts verloren. Ich frage mich wie tief der geistige Abgrund bei denen inzwischen wirklich ist seit sie das gemacht haben und was sie wirklich denken. Denn mit dieser Sache muss ich die meisten ihrer Aussagen als gelogen betrachten. Menschen die wirklich für die Mündigkeit und Freiheit des Menschen stehen und diese respektieren, bauen nicht in eine Software von der sie zuvor Menschen abhängig gemacht haben Zwangsupdates ein und erklären sie ohne den Einzelnen zu kennen pauschal für zu dumm selbst zu bestimmen und auf die eigen Sicherheit zu achten. Das ist abwertend und menschenverachtend arrogant. Schlimmer noch das schafft bestenfalls abhängige Menschen, die verlernen auf ihre Sicherheit zu achten. Der Große Bruder macht es ja. Vieleiche wird Firefox ja von der NSA gesponsert, das wäre so deren Handschrift. Mit so was bereitet man den Weg für totalitäre System aber nicht für die Freiheit!

Asked by oliverliermann Prieš 5 dienas

Chromebook, Firefox for Linux. Display issues: Titlebar, Borders

I'm using Firefox 88.0.1 for Linux on a Chromebook running OS Ver. 91.... which uses Linux 5.4.109-26059-gc7455b8ce0e0 right now - but started on Ver. 88 or something and… (read more)

I'm using Firefox 88.0.1 for Linux on a Chromebook running OS Ver. 91.... which uses Linux 5.4.109-26059-gc7455b8ce0e0 right now - but started on Ver. 88 or something and whatever version of Linix that used. Anybody know why I can't turn the title bar off and why the screen rendering generally looks a bit flaky? I'm guessing it has something to do with the display manager that Google use and that it's not responding any of the Firefox settings. I've tried all the easy stuff like the title bar check box and other settings in about::config

Any ideas?

Asked by martin.noakes Prieš 4 dienas

Last reply by TerryN21 Prieš 4 dienas

Searchbar has text appear on the wrong side

I somehow manage to change settings somewhere without realizing - perhaps with shortcuts - and now whenever I type into the search bar, it appears on the far left instead… (read more)

I somehow manage to change settings somewhere without realizing - perhaps with shortcuts - and now whenever I type into the search bar, it appears on the far left instead of the far right. How do I revert it back to how it was before?

Asked by Weaver Prieš 3 dienas

Last reply by cor-el Prieš 3 dienas

How to open a downloaded PDF in a new Firefox tab by default?

Recently switched from Chrome to Firefox on macOS, and I'd always open PDFs directly in Chrome. I've set my default PDF viewer to Firefox but when I open any downloaded P… (read more)

Recently switched from Chrome to Firefox on macOS, and I'd always open PDFs directly in Chrome. I've set my default PDF viewer to Firefox but when I open any downloaded PDFs from Finder, they go directly to a new Firefox window instead of a new tab (as I'm used to from Chrome).

Any way around this? I'd love to have any offline PDFs to be opened in a new tab by default, but nothing has worked so far.

Asked by spaceman101 Prieš 2 dienas

Last reply by cor-el Prieš 2 dienas

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Java latest version is not compatible with firefox; no alternative, because website only allows you to play if you have the last version

I tried to solve by following some instructions of yours in these foruns, but it didnt work for me because the site pogo.com only allows you to play the games with the la… (read more)

I tried to solve by following some instructions of yours in these foruns, but it didnt work for me because the site pogo.com only allows you to play the games with the latest JAVA version (7) so i uninstalled java7 and tried 6r32 but, still it asks me to download the latest version. so e«what happens is that i canm hear the game, but not play it or see it. help?

Asked by sobrrodas Prieš 8 metus

Last reply by dumdidadida Prieš 8 metus

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when opening a webpage, my browser stops downloading its content while waiting for an eternity at certain items, how can I filter them?

Because of the location where I live, most of google services are blocked on the internet. Yesterday I wanted to download a device driver from www.m-audio.com but the dr… (read more)

Because of the location where I live, most of google services are blocked on the internet. Yesterday I wanted to download a device driver from www.m-audio.com but the driver's page stopped loading. I noticed a message at the bottom left of the Firefox window saying "waiting for www.google.com" or something similar. Because of that wait, I could open the page only after 4 tries and waiting way too much time. Can I filter page contents from google so Firefox skips them?

Asked by Makoussai Prieš 8 metus

Last reply by cor-el Prieš 8 metus

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how do i get a search box in start menu?

I saved bookmarks in a file ; Firefox says go to start menu and type in link shown in Firefox 's how to recover your bookmarks but my start menu does not have a search b… (read more)

I saved bookmarks in a file ; Firefox says go to start menu and type in link shown in Firefox 's how to recover your bookmarks but my start menu does not have a search box or place where I could do that. Please tell me how to get the search box I need. My Start button only has the programs I use use above the Start button.

I cannot use email -- too old to learn

Asked by 1dummi Prieš 8 metus

Answered by 1dummi Prieš 8 metus

  • Archyvinta

Where can I track nightly build development

Hello, I've started using Mozilla Firefox Nightly, but I really can't find any website which provides an information of new things, that has been added or fixed in a new … (read more)

Hello, I've started using Mozilla Firefox Nightly, but I really can't find any website which provides an information of new things, that has been added or fixed in a new firefox build. Could anyone give me any website where I could track Mozilla Firefox Nightly development? Thanks!

Asked by arnas Prieš 8 metus

Last reply by cor-el Prieš 8 metus

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profiles

I run Firefox with multiple profiles, as there are several people that use this computer. I start firefox with -p <profilename> -no-remote. This all works fine ex… (read more)

I run Firefox with multiple profiles, as there are several people that use this computer. I start firefox with -p <profilename> -no-remote.

This all works fine except if I'm in try to open a link from for instance in an email, I click on the link and it opens the profile manager. If I select a profile that already has an open window I get an error message stating

"Firefox cannot use the profile "Rick" because it is in use. To continue, close the running instance of Firefox or choose a different profile."

Is there anyway to have it open the link in a new tab of an already running profile, rather then having to close the profile and then click the link.

Asked by rjesse Prieš 8 metus

Last reply by cor-el Prieš 8 metus

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HDD failing. Need to transfer passwords to new HDD. Where located.I don't remember from last time.

HDD was failing in my other computer. Put in a new HDD and transferred bookmarks (FFox. 16.++ on both) but don't remember how to transfer my saved passwords. Some folks h… (read more)

HDD was failing in my other computer. Put in a new HDD and transferred bookmarks (FFox. 16.++ on both) but don't remember how to transfer my saved passwords. Some folks helped me with this when I rebuilt this PC (the one I am using to send this info), and I remember most of the path and method but not well enough to attempt it without some guidance. The other PC is an ASUS G50VT-X5 laptop.

Asked by NoStall Prieš 8 metus

Answered by cor-el Prieš 8 metus

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How do I get rid of the list of disabled/obsolete/duplicate plugins I no longer want?

O/S = XP (uptodate) I have various disabled plugins that are either invalid/duplicates/not wanted that I would like to remove from the display list of plugins. Is there a… (read more)

O/S = XP (uptodate) I have various disabled plugins that are either invalid/duplicates/not wanted that I would like to remove from the display list of plugins. Is there a way to do this?

For example: I have a disabled plugin for Microsoft Office 2003. I no longer use Office but the plugin still appears in my list of plugins.

Thanks in advance for your help

Asked by PAPETE Prieš 8 metus

Answered by cor-el Prieš 8 metus

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The appearance of my website shortcuts on my desktop has changed; how do I restore the original appearance

Firefox website shortcut icons on my desktop now look like the first choice one sees when right clicking a shortcut icon , then left clicking "properties", and then click… (read more)

Firefox website shortcut icons on my desktop now look like the first choice one sees when right clicking a shortcut icon , then left clicking "properties", and then clicking " change icon" -- they should look like a white square with the firefox logo in the center instead of a white square with a little box containing 3 tiny symbols.

I'm running XP Pro SP3

How do I restore the original appearance?

Asked by barebear Prieš 8 metus

Answered by barebear Prieš 8 metus

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how can I access a drop down function in the search bar?

I just updated to the newest Firefox. I'm sad that the google toolbar is no longer supported. But I'll soldier on... <big sigh>. Seriously though: The function I… (read more)

I just updated to the newest Firefox. I'm sad that the google toolbar is no longer supported. But I'll soldier on... <big sigh>.

Seriously though: The function I miss from google toolbar is the drop down menu in the search bar, allowing me to 'drop down' and reselect a previous search phrase... what can I say, I'm scatter brained and easily distracted, so I often return to a concept multiple times a week.

How can I emulate the same function in FF 17?

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Asked by dochockin Prieš 8 metus

Last reply by cor-el Prieš 8 metus