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Weird red logo showing in some websites on Firefox

Hi there! For the past 3 days, my browser has started to show in some websites a weird red window (kinda reminds me of the youtube logo with inverted colors!). I've alre… (meer info)

Hi there! For the past 3 days, my browser has started to show in some websites a weird red window (kinda reminds me of the youtube logo with inverted colors!). I've already tried 4 antiviruses, 3 antimalware, and I've tried reinstalling the browser cleanly but the issue keeps happening. The other browsers (Chrome, Opera, Edge) are working just fine. The issue happens only on some websites and not at all of them. What should I do now? Thank you!

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Why is Firefox crashing over and over

The past week or two it has been acting haywire and crashing daily. I uninstalled, re-installed, re-started computer. Nothing helps. I have attached picture of error me… (meer info)

The past week or two it has been acting haywire and crashing daily. I uninstalled, re-installed, re-started computer. Nothing helps. I have attached picture of error message. windows 10 firefox version 92

https://imgur.com/a/L0JnN4P

picture crash report

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Cannot stream verizon tv on pc after recent firefox updates

When I try to launch Verizon TV on my computer, all I see is a red spinning circle. This started happening two or 3 days ago after a firefox update. I was hoping that tod… (meer info)

When I try to launch Verizon TV on my computer, all I see is a red spinning circle. This started happening two or 3 days ago after a firefox update. I was hoping that today's update would fix this but it did not.

As suggested, I un-checked the DRM Content box but that did not resolve the issue. Nor did disabling the Widevine plug-in. When I did that, I receive the message, "You must enable DRM to play some audio or video on this page.. When I click the Enable DRM button, I see the same spinning red circle.

Since I have no issues watching Verizon TV on Chrome, this appears to be a Firefox/Widevine issue. Hopefully, it will be resolved shortly.

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Firefox is MUCH slower, even in safe mode, than other browsers

Firefox is MUCH slower, even in safe mode, than other browsers. The picture that shows a download speed of 223.44 Mbps is Chrome with all extensions enabled. The second … (meer info)

Firefox is MUCH slower, even in safe mode, than other browsers. The picture that shows a download speed of 223.44 Mbps is Chrome with all extensions enabled. The second picture shows Firefox in Safe Mode with my internet security on pause. How do I fix?

Thanks.

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Repeatedly crashes . but only on this machine.

First of all , Hello  :) FF is a great wb and i use it everywhere i got a machine. Works fine everywhere .. but here on this computer. Why only on this machine ? Same d… (meer info)

First of all , Hello  :) FF is a great wb and i use it everywhere i got a machine. Works fine everywhere .. but here on this computer. Why only on this machine ? Same distros ( linux mint 20.3 ) radeon video cards , amd family cpu's This machine is AMD FX(tm)-6300 Six-Core Processor × 6 the video card atm is AMD PITCAIRN (DRM 2.50.0, 5.4.0-94-generic, LLVM 12.0.0) though i had the same crash issue with a nVidia graphics card. Memory is Corsair and the memtest86 reports no errors. This is where i get a bit lost. Memory issues or hardware defects might explain this but where's one to begin ? Trouble is , no other application ever crashes and it's rock solid. So is FF to point a finger at or something else ? That's the objective of me submitting this report. Try to find out what's really at fault here and fix it.

The crashes happen at all times. It can also be right at starting FF and never even reaching the main window. I tried with and without the --safe-mode and it's the same that also happens.

So i submitted one of the crash reports ID: 656264f4-7867-4c55-8b36-0637e0220114

The report can be found here : https://crash-stats.mozilla.org/report/index/656264f4-7867-4c55-8b36-0637e0220114

Since there's so many i hesitate to put them all up , there's dozens since the system reinstall yesterday , i reinstalled the whole OS again yesterday to try to get rid of the bug. Any help to solve this once and for all will be highly appreciated . :) thanks for reading

FuzzyTheBear

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Lost History after Crash

So while using FF, I think it was a combination of too many programs opened and too many tabs (and an old potato PC laptop) suddenly the whole display turned black probab… (meer info)

So while using FF, I think it was a combination of too many programs opened and too many tabs (and an old potato PC laptop) suddenly the whole display turned black probably because of all those reasons, i waited a min but nothing, so i shut it down manually in order to restart it.

As i re opened firefox i finished the search that caused the "crash" i guess and only later i realized that all my history (an awful lot) is gone. Tried using an old Windows restore point of december but nothing. After i looked up that history is stored in the places.sqlite file i went into the profile folder and found a places.sqlite.corupt file. Does anyone know how can i repair it ?... Pleaseeee help me retrive my history. Thanks a lot.

Gevraagd door Gianluk, 5 dagen geleden

Windows 10 hiding taskbar not working when Firefox is "over" the taskbar.

Whenever Firefox is over the taskbar or maximized, with the "Automatically hide the taskbar in desktop mode" option enabled on Windows 10; the taskbar doesn't 'unhide' wh… (meer info)

Whenever Firefox is over the taskbar or maximized, with the "Automatically hide the taskbar in desktop mode" option enabled on Windows 10; the taskbar doesn't 'unhide' whenever you hover over it.

This screenshot shows Firefox maximized with the 'taskbar' (the 1px high white bar): https://i.imgur.com/Ys63fGN.png This recording shows Firefox not allowing the taskbar to 'unhide' when it's over it: https://i.imgur.com/G4Vy3r5.gif

I should also add that I am using Firefox Nightly, this does not seem to be happening on the stable release of Firefox.

Gevraagd door walter, 2 dagen geleden

Issues with groupwatch services

When I'm watching any groupwatch shows through hulu, prime, or disney+ the show constantly speeds up and slows down, I'm not sure what causes this but its been happening … (meer info)

When I'm watching any groupwatch shows through hulu, prime, or disney+ the show constantly speeds up and slows down, I'm not sure what causes this but its been happening for years at this point.

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Your system has run out of application memory

On a MacBook Air with MacOS Monterey 12.1, I use Firefox 96.0.2 and Thunderbird 91.5.0. I bought this MacBook in October 2021, with 16 GB of unified RAM and 1 TB of main … (meer info)

On a MacBook Air with MacOS Monterey 12.1, I use Firefox 96.0.2 and Thunderbird 91.5.0. I bought this MacBook in October 2021, with 16 GB of unified RAM and 1 TB of main memory, of which 380 GB are available. Annoyingly, I get the message "Your system has run out of application memory." regularly, seriously interrupting my work, because I have to force quit Firefox and/or Thunderbird. This even happens about a day after restart.

In a typical instance, memory usage is: DeepL 67.7 MB Firefox 2.03 GB Preview 334.1 MB Thunderbird 907.4 MB Finder 75.0 MB

The answers I see on Mozilla Support do not solve my problem. In ~/Library/Application\ Support/Firefox/Profiles/aurrzm6j.default and in ~/Library/Caches/Firefox/Profiles/aurrzm6j.default, I see nothing whose name relates to Firefox.

After many and long telephone sessions with Apple Support, they conclude that my hardware, in particular the RAM module, is perfectly fine and the problem lies with lacking adaptation of the Mozilla software to the system I use.

My questions to Mozilla: Is this a known problem? Does it occur with other users as well? What is Mozilla's stand on Apple's assessment?

Sincerely, Joachim von zur Gathen

Gevraagd door gathen, 3 dagen geleden

Devtools inspector, right mouse click on menu, freezes Firefox.

Win 7 64 bit. Latest FF update, 96.0.2 Right mouse click on open page brings up menu box. Clicking on devtools inspector and screen grays out. FF locks up. ctrl-alt-del … (meer info)

Win 7 64 bit. Latest FF update, 96.0.2 Right mouse click on open page brings up menu box. Clicking on devtools inspector and screen grays out. FF locks up. ctrl-alt-del and kill the process the only remedy

Gevraagd door RyanT, 3 dagen geleden

Can't I await someone else to uncover the awry Add On first, before attempting myself?

Here are the facts of my case, now closed as duplicate. I just remembered that heretofore, Firefox has automatically disabled Add Ons that were amiss. Rather than action… (meer info)

Here are the facts of my case, now closed as duplicate.

I just remembered that heretofore, Firefox has automatically disabled Add Ons that were amiss. Rather than action DrMoishe Pippik's bifurcation stopgap myself, can't I do nothing — and wait a week or two — if someone more technologically skillful deduces the astray Add On, and Firefox disables it?

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Firefox hangs, trustd CPU usage soars (Mac)

Beginning yesterday after installing a set of fresh MacOS updates, Firefox is repeatedly hanging on my iMac. My computer CPU spins up and Activity Monitor tells me that t… (meer info)

Beginning yesterday after installing a set of fresh MacOS updates, Firefox is repeatedly hanging on my iMac. My computer CPU spins up and Activity Monitor tells me that the process trustd is having a field day, up to 99% CPU usage. Then Firefox stops everything and in the middle of something basic like opening a search engine page or scrolling on an already-open page, I get a spinning rainbow ball of death and have to Force Quit from the taskbar several times before it closes.

Here is what I have tried to resolve:

  • Deleting and reinstalling
  • Troubleshooting mode
  • Downgrading to version 93.0
  • Stopping and restarting the trustd process from both Activity Monitor and from Terminal
  • Full deletion of all Firefox files from command line and installing 96.0.2.

The same problem keeps recurring. For reference, it's on a 2020 iMac running macOS Catalina (10.15.7), i9/16GB. My other machines are not affected. I have not yet upgraded to Big Sur or Monterrey on advice of workplace sysadmin.

Is anyone else seeing this issue with trustd? I am not seeing this problem with other software, just Firefox, but I can't figure out when Firefox calls trustd and what it asks it to do when it does.

Advice warmly welcome.

Gevraagd door cyberlyra, 12 uur geleden

The ability to download files suddenly stops working

In my settings I have enabled that FF asks me where to save files whenever I click on a download or choose 'save as'. This works... until it doesn't. For no reason and at… (meer info)

In my settings I have enabled that FF asks me where to save files whenever I click on a download or choose 'save as'. This works... until it doesn't. For no reason and at random times Firefox stops asking me where I want to save downloads. It also doesn't download them automatically. It basically ignores any commands to 'save as' or download files like PDFs. The only thing that fixes the problem is restarting FF.

I'm on the latest macOS with the latest FF version, but this has also occurred on previous versions of FF.

Any suggestions?

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How can I stop some web pages from slowing down my Windows 10 computer?

Every so often I get a pop up message that says a web page is slowing down my computer. I don't understand how this happens nor how to stop it. Can some one please tell m… (meer info)

Every so often I get a pop up message that says a web page is slowing down my computer. I don't understand how this happens nor how to stop it. Can some one please tell me? Keep in mind, I am truly technologically-challenged. Please reply as if you're talking to a smart 2 - 3 years old...seriously. Thank you for your time and consideration.

Gevraagd door strshne420, 7 uur geleden

Cursor Dissapears

My cursor dissapears when I use some type of maps - FlightRadar, Booking. I've tried to run in troubleshoot mode already, disabled all add-ons, unchecked hardware acceler… (meer info)

My cursor dissapears when I use some type of maps - FlightRadar, Booking. I've tried to run in troubleshoot mode already, disabled all add-ons, unchecked hardware acceleration, changed theme, disabled webrender, nothing works. I've also checked for latest graphic cards updates, everything is up to date. More suggestions someone? Thanks

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Hardware Video Decoding not working for Intel Quick Sync Video (QSV) on Windows 11

Hi, I've recently noticed that Firefox is not using Intel Graphics for hardware video decoding, here are the specifics: - I tested this on two separate PC - one laptop wi… (meer info)

Hi, I've recently noticed that Firefox is not using Intel Graphics for hardware video decoding, here are the specifics:

- I tested this on two separate PC - one laptop with dual GPU (an Intel UHD 630 and NVIDIA GTX 1070) and one desktop with dGPU removed (leaving only an Intel UHD 630 by i7-9700K), on both PC I made sure to run Firefox on Intel GPU only. - According to information I gathered online, Intel UHD 630 should support H264 decoding and VP9 decoding without any problem. - I tested videos from Youtube (VP9, non-HDR video) and Twitch (avc/h264 video) - The exact same video, when played on Microsoft Edge (Chromium), uses Intel's hardware decoder without any problem. - On the dual GPU laptop, when being forced to run on NVIDIA's GPU, Firefox correctly uses the NVDEC decoder without any problem. - Both PC uses the latest Intel driver (30.0.101.1191)

I have attached copies from about:support page below.

In Firefox settings, under General -> Performance section, I have left "Use recommended settings" checkbox on.

Could someone help?

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