This has been happening for months now, but I was hoping it was something temporary, and would be fixed with some updates, but nothing... and now I really need this. Fire…
This has been happening for months now, but I was hoping it was something temporary, and would be fixed with some updates, but nothing... and now I really need this.
Firefox keeps crashing on smart card login, at least on Croatian official citizen services e-Građani on pretinac.gov.hr with my ID card, which is where I normally use it.
The login process starts and Firefox asks me the two passwords, one after the other, in separate pop-up windows, as expected. After inserting the second password, the browser crashes and offers to send a crash report. You can see the last one from me here: https://crash-stats.mozilla.org/report/index/fd32d719-ddbc-4244-a10f-4b7240200402
I have tried refreshing Firefox, but it still crashes the same way. I have even changed DE in the meantime (not because of this) from Gnome to KDE, and the problem persists.
I am using Kubuntu 19.10 at the moment, on a ThinkPad T440p with an integrated smart card reader, and I am not sure how to see which one is it... This was working normally before New Year. I really do not know what happened, nor when exactly, but since some point after 2020 started I have been unable to login there, because Firefox keeps crashing on login.
Why does sync not preserve separate windows with their tabs, but instead has a jumble of the tabs all together?
I had a number of separate tabs in a few different windows (search subjects) and the machine I was working on would not boot any longer. To get this research back, I am …
I had a number of separate tabs in a few different windows (search subjects) and the machine I was working on would not boot any longer. To get this research back, I am using Sync - but none of the original windows was preserved. Instead there is just a long list of all of the tabs I had open across all the windows I had open. Why does Sync not preserve the separate windows? With well over a hundred tabs open, this makes recovering/accessing this information very tedious - as all the tabs have to be opened individually, and then sorted into separate windows again, to be bookmarked in their search subject categories/windows! Was this just an oversight, or is it technically not possible to preserve separate windows in Sync?
If it is technically not possible to preserver multiple windows of tabs in Sync, it would be much more workable if it were possible to mark these tabs in Sync to re-open them, rather than have to open them individually or all of the tabs at once from that other machine. Thanks!