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Since downloading 29.0.1 I can no longer cut, copy and paste. So frustrating!!!
I often copy and paste items into website forums with no problem. However, since I upgraded to 29.0.1 I can no longer do that and it's so frustrating. I have tried doing the extra steps of clicking on your copy and paste items but that doesn't help. I even tried uploading the AllowClipboard Helper but that didn't work either. I never needed that add-on in the past.
This is ridiculous.
How do I revert back to version 28? It worked fine but you just had to go ahead and "fix" it and I hate the new version. I was able to download the Classic Theme Restorer which helped a lot but some things I could not make like the version 28.
Hi karenbills, actually, the fox icon is part of the Title Bar. In order to display the Title Bar, you can use the Customize feature and click the Title Bar button at the lower left. However, it does add another line of height to the toolbar area, which I suspect is why it is not shown by default.Прочитайте этот ответ в контексте 👍 1
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The user.js file does not exist by default. If you create the file, forget it, if you have not create the file then delete the User.js file(some programs create and write in the file also), and check again if the issue exist.
Is that about pasting in a rich text editor or in a normal text area like this website uses?
Use keyboard shortcuts if the buttons on the web page or other methods aren't working.
- Copy: Ctrl+C or Ctrl+Insert (Mac: Command + C)
- Paste: Ctrl+V or Shift+Insert (Mac: Command + V)
- Cut: Ctrl+X or Shift+Delete (Mac: Command + X)
Thanks everyone for your suggestions. I didn't understand how to do any of them but now everything seems to be okay once again so I don't know why I had the problem.
ideato - I did a search of my C: drive and could not find any file called User.js
cor-el - It was pasting in a window like this one on a website. In fact I just tried pasting something in this window and it worked just fine. Weird.
cor-el and Kohei - I always use the keyboard shortcuts. I wasn't even aware there was any other way to do it.
Hi karenbills and anyone else reading:
This should not affect your standard operating system shortcuts or Firefox's right-click menu.
Now can anyone tell me how to get back the orange firefox icon? I figured out how to get the Classic look back but not all of it is classic. I now have in the top left corner of my screen a rectangular drop down box that I have been able to make orange color but cannot find a way to get the old icon back, with the orange fox wrapped around the world. I don't even need that drop down menu. It's just a repetition of other items in the top bar, which is the menu bar.
You don't need that user.js file any longer for those cut, copy, and paste preferences.
There is a Classic Theme Restorer support thread over here.
They'll be able to help you get rid of that orange Firefox button, which isn't needed if you have the Menu Bar showing.
Thanks, Ed. I'll go other to that thread.
Hi karenbills, the user.js file, if one exists, contains preference settings that Firefox reads at startup and uses to override your previous session settings. Usually you won't have a user.js file because most preferences can be entered in the about:config editor. The old clipboard policy exceptions were not possible to enter through about:config, so those needed to be put in a user.js file or in the standard prefs.js file.
Note that in the previous Firefox version you got the orange Firefox menu button when the menu bar was hidden.
In the current Firefox 29 release, that have have the Australis interface, the orange Firefox menu button has been replaced by the three bar Firefox Menu button at the far right end of the Navigation Toolbar and this button is always visible, whether you have the menu bar visible or hidden
A consequence of this location is that you no longer can hide the Navigation Toolbar
- There is a star like button to the right end of the search bar on the Navigation Toolbar to bookmark the current web page and a "Show your bookmarks" button next to it to open the Bookmarks in a drop down menu.
You can find "Show All Bookmarks" to open the Bookmarks Manager (Library) at the bottom of this drop-down list
- It is still possible to have the menu bar visible via the right-click context menu on the toolbars to have menus like the Bookmarks menu
You can look at the Classic Theme Restorer extension to restore some functionality that was lost with the arrival of the Australis style in Firefox 29.
- Classic Theme Restorer: https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/addon/classicthemerestorer/
- You can check out the settings of the CTR extension via its Options/Preferences button on the "Firefox/Tools > Add-ons > Extensions" page.
- You can find extra toolbar buttons and more toolbar settings in Customize (3-bar Firefox menu button > Customize)
youthchange - Glad you agree with me. Another thing I don't understand is why we have to come to this website to try to find help from other users!! Why can't Mozilla answer us?
One of the reasons I don't normally use Chrome is I hate the way it's configured with the tabs on the top and no way to make it work like Firefox. I.E. is too slow so I rarely resort to it either. This is ridiculous.
Thanks to everyone who has responded to my question. Most of your answers are beyond my comprehension though but I appreciate your willingness to help me.
If I could go back to Firefox 28 I would as there was nothing wrong with it. Now I'm kicking myself for allowing the upgrade.
The "menu" bar is where it says "File Edit View History Bookmarks Tools and Help" up at the top of each page, right?
Well I always had the orange Firefox icon to the left of that and now I just have the Firefox orange drop down menu that I don't need or want. I want the Fox back but cannot figure out how to get it. I tried going to that other website Mozillalink (or something like that) but got no help there.
Hi karenbills, are you using Classic Theme Restorer?
You can turn off the orange "Firefox" button in its settings. It's in the section called "Application button". See the attached screen shot.
I'm not sure you can get the small Firefox icon back in the corner, though. I haven't looked into it in detail.
Hi karenbills, actually, the fox icon is part of the Title Bar. In order to display the Title Bar, you can use the Customize feature and click the Title Bar button at the lower left. However, it does add another line of height to the toolbar area, which I suspect is why it is not shown by default.
Thanks so much, J. Yes I'm using the Classic Theme Restorer but it didn't restore everything as it was before the upgrade. I now have the title bar back with the fox icon and I also got rid of the superfluous Firefox button with drop down menu.
THANKS TO EVERYONE HERE. No thanks to Mozilla for foisting this on us.