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firefox 82.0.2 I cannot export bookmarks

Hi all I am running firefox 82.0.2 and I cannot export my bookmarks to html When I take the jon file and check it on another browser many bookmarks are missing like a lot… (read more)

Hi all

I am running firefox 82.0.2 and I cannot export my bookmarks to html

When I take the jon file and check it on another browser many bookmarks are missing like a lot

Is there a tool I can use that will export my bookmark -- so the job gets done and I will remove my current version of firefox

Thank you all

Asked by Jesus 11 months ago

Last reply by FredMcD 10 months ago

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Firefox Dropdown

Hi all, I am running into an odd issue and I am stumped on what to try next. As you can see in the attached images, I am running into a problem with select dropdowns. The… (read more)

Hi all,

I am running into an odd issue and I am stumped on what to try next. As you can see in the attached images, I am running into a problem with select dropdowns. The first dropdown is from https://www.raspberrypi.org/products/raspberry-pi-400/ (Buy Now and click country) and the second is from this Mozilla support page. Long story short is dropdowns are messed up in my default profile. I have done the following to attempt to troubleshoot the issue -

1) Restart Firefox in Safe-Mode without addons 2) Refresh Firefox 3) Delete the Firefox user directory 4) Create a brand new profile and launch into the new profile (This works but for some reason but it can't be my default profile) Default profile fails to work but others don't. If I set my newly created profile as the default, then the new default profile doesn't work. Odd.

Anyway, if anyone has any insight on fixing this issue then it would be great. The dropdowns have been broken for a few months but I have just dealt with them. Thank you for any help over the topic.

Asked by Aaron 1 year ago

Last reply by Aaron 10 months ago

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Firefox is suddenly and randomly shutting down for me as well.

Firefox just shuts down and when you reopen it the result is as others have reported - it lists the tabs that were open and you have to wait for the pages to rewrite. Som… (read more)

Firefox just shuts down and when you reopen it the result is as others have reported - it lists the tabs that were open and you have to wait for the pages to rewrite. Some revert back to a log in screen but most go back to the screen when Firefox shuts down. There are no issues that are evident and nothing comes up in the alerts on my AV, etc. programs. It is really annoying when you have just logged into a mail program e. g. hotmail; aim; and it is in the private browser screen. This one does not reopen and you have to start from the beginning again. It has only been happening over the last week or so and can happen 2 or 3 times in a day, depending on how long the computer is being used - extended day or just a short few hours. There are no crash reports or error messages from Firefox. It just totally shuts down.

Asked by ok007au 1 year ago

Last reply by ok007au 11 months ago

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Which firewall exceptions do I need to define to allow automatic updates?

At work, my work machine keeps getting this message: "Firefox can't update to the latest version. Download a fresh copy of Firefox and we'll help you to install it." The… (read more)

At work, my work machine keeps getting this message: "Firefox can't update to the latest version. Download a fresh copy of Firefox and we'll help you to install it."

There are several threads found in various blogs of how to get past it. I've tried several to no avail. At this point, I'm thinking about if there needs to be a firewall exception added by our network administrator to allow updates to automatically download firefox updates. A previous thread asked this question, but I'm not clear if the answer is what I think it is. The answer suggested says to here's the thread:

"The update URL is generated via the app.update.url pref that you can inspect on the about:config page." The app.update.url says this: https://www.mozilla.org/%LOCALE%/firefox/. Is that what we need to put in? If so, why didn't the answer just say that?

The next part of the answer suggests downloading and installing a Live HTTP Headers extension, then going to Help about firefox. I did this, but nothing populated the extension.

This may seem like two problems posted here, I can repost the error as a separate issue if desired and we can address what exceptions here.

Thank you very much for any help you can give.

Mike

Asked by indianamichael1 12 months ago

Last reply by cor-el 11 months ago