Figure I'll mention this here as well. When viewing websites with background images, such as twitter.com or my own website at www.markheadrick.com and I change to anothe…
Figure I'll mention this here as well.
When viewing websites with background images, such as twitter.com or my own website at www.markheadrick.com and I change to another tab for 2 minutes (this amount of time is repeatable anyway) I get a flicker of a black background before the page is fully drawn. If I have multiple tabs with the same background image, only the first tab will show the flicker. It's like it's loosing the image in memory or something. It has done this with Firefox in Safe Mode and with a new, clean profile. It has also done this with Hardware Acceleration off.
Windows 7 Pro 64bit w/ NVidia 550ti and 314.22 drivers. Newer drivers are more problematic which is why I have stayed with these.
Again, only pages with background images seem to show this flicker. Did not happen with Firefox 35 on my system.
I created a bug for it here: https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1137082
Thanks, Mark H
Amongst others, I pay online at Wells Fargo, Time Warner Cable etc, Using Firefox 35 I have always been able to pay online, I have called the companies, they assure me it…
Amongst others, I pay online at Wells Fargo, Time Warner Cable etc, Using Firefox 35 I have always been able to pay online, I have called the companies, they assure me it is not their website, so it must be FF Mozilla, All of sudden, I go online and sign in and now these places get me to a screen or two and then either send me back to signon or just sit/frozen, and I cannot go any further. I can however use Chrome for same website and pay payments at same places. I have added no new addons I do and have always used Adblock Plus but even turning it off and allowing popups does not get me anywhere, does anyone know what to do about this? I have learned the hard way that resetting is a big mess. I have of course cleared cookies and cache, but I think there is something you could tell me to put into about:config command line to fix this issue? I should be able to access all that previously was accessible and is accessible on chrome, so its definitely mozilla firefox. ( already tried to go up to 36...too many problems, will wait before trying to update that one, or skip to next update) safe mode is probably not the way to go, have tried that before too. I have windows 7 and its the same computer all this time, same ff mozilla 35 so, any ideas???
Since I update to the last version, website says I'm using a outdated browser version and does not work
Since I update to the last version (36.0), website says I'm using a outdated browser version and does not work. This website is based in OTRS and I've already reported to…
Since I update to the last version (36.0), website says I'm using a outdated browser version and does not work. This website is based in OTRS and I've already reported to them and they say that OTRS has no problem at all. I followed all the steps in Firefox FAQ and the problem remains. I installed version 35.0 and works fine. It seems to me that 36.0 is sending the wrong version info to websites. Can you help me?
In order to force layout of my liquid website, I use i-frames to display content . It is all on my sight www.rdelutherie.com, and I am not displaying pages from other si…
In order to force layout of my liquid website, I use i-frames to display content . It is all on my sight www.rdelutherie.com, and I am not displaying pages from other sights. The links to sections of pages from within the same page do not work in firefox.
I have had this problem before with named anchors, and in moving up to html5 and in making my site accessible for people with dissabilities, I started using <nav> eliments... and changed from named anchors to links to ID's like this:
In an unordered list I have these:
<li><a href="#s1">Subject 1:</a></li>
They link to sections of the same page like this one:
<section id=s1> <h2>Subject 1:</h2> <p>Blah blah blaaaaah, and bla bla!</p> </section>
Last time I researched this problem (a year or more ago), I was told that it was because of a security risk (something about being able to count views...and other peoples proprietary and copyrighted material), but the vaguely described reasoning made little to no sense to me nor many others, who can not even link to our own stuff. The Mozilla developers were rather abrupt and some were even rude in telling us to live with it, instead of trying to come up with a solution or work around, and closed the post and disallowed further posting.
The problem still persists, and although I am not a programmer, I have a real hard time believing that it is impossible for Firefox to distinguish between links contained within a document and site, from those on different sights, domains and what have you.
As far as I know, no other browsers have this problem, so if it is such a big security risk, what is to stop someone with malicious intentions, from just using M$ IE, to bring their evil plan to fruition?
In keeping with "Making the web a better place": Please address this problem, and find a solution, workaround, or at least explain why it is impossible.