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enormous rendering some html elements

Hello everyone, I need help because on Firefox ESR that runs on Debian some css appears really too big. In this example I will show the difference between Firefox and Ch… (read more)

Hello everyone,

I need help because on Firefox ESR that runs on Debian some css appears really too big. In this example I will show the difference between Firefox and Chrome. If I open this popup from Firefox it appears full width. In Chrome it appears correct. Also I noticed some Icons rendering incorrect.

How can I achieve this? Thannks

Asked by Simone M. 7 months ago

Answered by zeroknight 7 months ago

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discounttire.com won't display (but works on Google Chrome)

In Firefox v102.14.0esr on Debian Linux 12, 0) I disable all extensions 1) I press CTRL+SHIFT+DELETE and clear all history (i.e., Everything) 2) I open a new tab and typ… (read more)

In Firefox v102.14.0esr on Debian Linux 12, 0) I disable all extensions 1) I press CTRL+SHIFT+DELETE and clear all history (i.e., Everything) 2) I open a new tab and type discounttire.com 3) I am shown a blank white page

In Google Chrome, 4) I disable all extensions, clear all history and cookies etc 5) I open a new tab and type discounttire.com 6) I am taken to a visible discount tire webpage

Why is Firefox not working? How do I get Discount Tire webpage to show on Firefox?

Asked by grgwmsm 7 months ago

Last reply by zeroknight 7 months ago

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New Popup Advertistments on Firefox with Unknown Origin

For the last week or so, I've been getting these popup ads for Builder's Warehouse whenever I open Firefox (see screenshot attached). However, - the ads aren't "in the b… (read more)

For the last week or so, I've been getting these popup ads for Builder's Warehouse whenever I open Firefox (see screenshot attached). However, - the ads aren't "in the browser" window they're right at the top of my screen - There's no options I can find to see any information about where the ad comes from - The ad usually disappears quite fast, preventing me from investigating further I don't imagine it could be being shown by Google because it appears without me opening Google. So it kind of seems like it's probably being done by the browser. But I also struggle to believe that Firefox would be purposefully showing me such invasive advertising. So I'm guessing it's malware. But I don't know. Please help me to understand: - Where does this ad come from? - If it's malware, any ideas how to get rid of it? - If it's Firefox, and they're being shown because of a mistake on my part, how do I turn them off?

Thanks

Asked by neildutoit13 7 months ago

Last reply by zeroknight 7 months ago

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If firefox fails to open a link in new tab, it just show a blank page with no url. It doesn't record the url. Why?

The network is not good here. Sometimes I have to retry for saveral times to open a link. Now firefox doesn't record the link. It is hard for me to retry. Can you chang… (read more)

The network is not good here. Sometimes I have to retry for saveral times to open a link.

Now firefox doesn't record the link. It is hard for me to retry.

Can you change this? Let the new page always record the url even if opened failed(timeout).

Asked by jun 8 months ago

Last reply by jun 7 months ago

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Firefox and windows 10 or 11 speedtest issue

Today I decided to contact my ISP, Verizon.com, because when I run their speedtest at verizon.com/speedtest I have issues. Their speedtest has 3 tests it runs. 1. Up/down… (read more)

Today I decided to contact my ISP, Verizon.com, because when I run their speedtest at verizon.com/speedtest I have issues. Their speedtest has 3 tests it runs. 1. Up/download speeds, 2. My device to FIOS and 3. a Wifi Analysis. When running this test using Firefox v102.14 on a brand new, fresh Win11 pc, the test gets through the up/download test then hangs at the 2nd test. I have tried this same test using 2 cell phones, a tablet and a laptop. They all proceeded through all tests with no issues (Using Firefox). I connected my pc direct to the router and the test did not run to completion. It hang on test 2 (again, using Firefox). I then started MS Edge and ran the same test from this PC and it worked fine. So from my tests, it appears as if there is an issue with Firefox. My old pc using windows 10 had the same issue. When the same issue happens on a brand new pc with Windows 11 preinstalled, it seems like a FF problem.

Old PC AMD FX8320, 16gb DDR3 memory and 1TB SSD HD

New PC AMD Ryzen 7 4700G with 32gb DDR4 memory and a 512GB NVME drive. Both are connected to the internet using Cat 6 ethernet cables.

Asked by kingkoz1313 8 months ago

Last reply by zeroknight 8 months ago

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Whether iMac will continue to install Firefox updates

I am using an iMac that uses MacOS High Sierra version 10.13.6. Because of its age, it cannot use an operating system beyond High Sierra. When I selected to update Fire… (read more)

I am using an iMac that uses MacOS High Sierra version 10.13.6. Because of its age, it cannot use an operating system beyond High Sierra. When I selected to update Firefox today, Apple generated a message that said Firefox would no longer work on my computer. Firefox 102.14 Oesr (64-bit) is installed and seems to work.

Will I no longer be able to update Firefox?

Asked by smhgillett 8 months ago

Last reply by cor-el 8 months ago

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How can I see history for just this one device instead of all sync'd devices?

Say it isn't so? Can I not view the history of the one device I am using instead of getting the full history of all my sync'd devices? That's extraordinarily short-sighte… (read more)

Say it isn't so? Can I not view the history of the one device I am using instead of getting the full history of all my sync'd devices? That's extraordinarily short-sighted if that is indeed the case. At least add a column in the history list that shows the device that entry came from...

gheez.

What do I expect, the help forum doesn't even return to top of page when moving between search result pages... ohh, Mozilla, what have you become?!

Asked by djbuckner 8 months ago

Last reply by willjoe24421 8 months ago