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ERROR MESSAGE: The application “Firefox.app” can’t be opened

Hardware: iMac 5K, 27-inch, 2017 macOS: Ventura 13.2 Firefox: 109.0.dmg File Type: Disk Image For an unknown reason my Firefox browser locked up in the middle of a sess… (read more)

Hardware: iMac 5K, 27-inch, 2017 macOS: Ventura 13.2 Firefox: 109.0.dmg File Type: Disk Image

For an unknown reason my Firefox browser locked up in the middle of a session. A full system re-start failed to fix the problem – all other software Apple Safari, Adobe Lightroom & Photoshop and Microsoft Office etc. continue to work as normal. Both Bitdefender and Malwarebytes full system scans have failed to identify any security issues.

To remove any possibility there was a macOS issue I successfully recovered the operating system from the mac in Recovery mode.

As the Firefox app would still not respond to the normal app opening process I removed the failed app from the mac “Applications” folder using the AppCleaner app and downloaded a new Firefox app file from the Mozilla Firefox site. I then dragged the downloaded file to the mac “Applications” folder and while holding the control key Ejected “Firefox” from the menu - the “Firefox” named disk icon on the mac screen and showing in the Finder “Locations” disappeared. Following this I successfully dragged Firefox from the “Applications” folder to the dock.

When the Firefox icon in the dock or in the Applications folder are selected the error message appears: The application “Firefox.app” can’t be opened. Repeated deletion of the Firefox app from the mac, restarting the mac, re-downloading the Mozilla Firefox app etc. etc. has resulted in the same failure. In the interim I am using Safari for the web but want to resume using Firefox asap due to Safari’s limitations.

Am I missing something in the Firefox installation procedure or there is an unrecognised security bug in the system? This is the first time I have had any issue arise with a Firefox installation process on either Windows or Apple systems.

Grateful for any advice.

Asked by Poppa 1 week ago

Last reply by Poppa 1 day ago

download automatically

Hallo, is it possible to automatically perform downloads in the library one after the other? I have about 30 or 40 downloads in the list (videos), 2 to 5 GB in size, whi… (read more)

Hallo,

is it possible to automatically perform downloads in the library one after the other?

I have about 30 or 40 downloads in the list (videos), 2 to 5 GB in size, which of course take time to download. I have to start every single download individually and sit next to it.

Although I have a fast line (230 MBit per second), it still takes a few minutes for each file.

Is it possible that firefox or an addon is monitoring this list and after completing the first one downloads the next one and then gradually all the other starts?

Thanks

Roland

Asked by roland.r.schuster 1 week ago

Last reply by roland.r.schuster 6 days ago

108.0.2 (64-bit) to 109.01

I recently upgraded from 108.0.2 (64-bit) to 109.01 but it slowed my PC down to the point of uselessness. Nothing else changed application or OS-wise. PC, OS and all Apps… (read more)

I recently upgraded from 108.0.2 (64-bit) to 109.01 but it slowed my PC down to the point of uselessness. Nothing else changed application or OS-wise. PC, OS and all Apps are current & up to date. Defrag, Cache Clear a& all similar utilities run on scheduled basis prior to upgrade and everything A-OK.

Is this a Known Issue? If so, is there a fix coming

Asked by abroadwarriorc 10 hours ago

Last reply by abroadwarriorc 3 hours ago

firefox change the state of a file from downloaded successfully to failed although the file is downloaded successfully .

I use firefox 109.01 on ubuntu 22.04 (snap package) and i downloaded text file successfully and firefox indicated that the file downloaded successfully and didn't change… (read more)

I use firefox 109.01 on ubuntu 22.04 (snap package) and i downloaded text file successfully and firefox indicated that the file downloaded successfully and didn't change the location of the file , then after two or three days i opened the downloads in firefox and it showed me that the file is failed download and i have the choice to click on retry download then i checked the file and the file is not corrupted.

so what are the possible reasons for that and how to fix this problem.

thanks.

Asked by hesham_khalil246 3 days ago

Firefox Profile Lost in Upgrade

Hi, I have just upgraded to the newest version of Firefox in the Ubuntu 22.04 LTS Repository. I'm running LXLE Linux, a Debian derivative. I ran sudo apt-get update to … (read more)

Hi,

I have just upgraded to the newest version of Firefox in the Ubuntu 22.04 LTS Repository. I'm running LXLE Linux, a Debian derivative.

I ran

sudo apt-get update

to update my sources, and then ran

sudo apt-get upgrade

to execute the system upgrade.

After I upgraded, I started Firefox, and all my history over 6 months, my passwords, and my profile settings were obliterated to a stock Firefox install.

How do I access my old information? I have lost passwords. I cannot access business information or email. I have tried searching for profiles using about:profiles, but I have only one - the default. I have also searched in the .mozilla/firefox folder in my home directory, and I find profiles.ini in that folder. However, there are only two profiles, and I tried setting Default=1 for each of them and then starting Firefox, but with no different result. The new installation of Firefox launches.

In my /home/deadpool/snap folder, I have firefox, and multiple versions, or so it seems. I have this:

deadpool@deadpool-pc:~/snap/firefox$ ls 2263 2277 common current deadpool@deadpool-pc:~/snap/firefox$ ls -lah total 20K drwxr-xr-x 5 deadpool deadpool 4.0K Jan 31 12:29 . drwx------ 10 deadpool deadpool 4.0K Jul 31 2022 .. drwxr-xr-x 4 deadpool deadpool 4.0K Jan 10 2020 2263 drwxr-xr-x 4 deadpool deadpool 4.0K Jan 31 12:29 2277 drwxr-xr-x 4 deadpool deadpool 4.0K Jan 10 2020 common lrwxrwxrwx 1 deadpool deadpool 4 Jan 31 12:29 current -> 2277 deadpool@deadpool-pc:~/snap/firefox$

It looks like there is a symlink for current to the 2077. I would hypothesize that if I set the symlink to 2263, I would see my old firefox install. Is that correct? I don't want to break my install or lose data. I'm sick of that shit.

Thanks, Nathan

Asked by nathan65 5 days ago