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Firefox update 65.0.1 seems to have broken a lot of websites.

Updated Firefox to 65.0.1 yesterday now a number of websites do not work including firefox support site (Will not let me log in, had to download Opera just to post this i… (читать ещё)

Updated Firefox to 65.0.1 yesterday now a number of websites do not work including firefox support site (Will not let me log in, had to download Opera just to post this issue.)

Examples include Facebook not loading all content or allowing me to follow links (Links do not work at all.)

Youtube can't play single videos (Again acts like link is not a link.) Playlists will somewhat work if you right click and open link in a new tab but only play about 5-10 seconds of a video before moving to a new one for another 5-10 seconds of play while also taking a lot longer than normal (more than the usual 2-3 seconds from before the upgrade) to start the next video link 10-15 seconds.

Would add info from "about:support" but it will not allow me to attach a pdf (The only way I can do that since "Automatically add" button reqires using Firefox and I can't right now(Not logging in.)

As stated before no log in ability on the support site here.

Most other sites I have tested are missing content or links randomly work or not with no real reason, at least any that I can figure some work some don't and some work some times but not others.

I have done a full un-install and re-install to see if that had any effect and it did not. Also this is the only change to my computer in a little over a month, just the update to Firefox 65.0.1.

Asked by Wolfie0827 1 год назад

Answered by Wolfie0827 1 год назад

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Can root update firefox from command line?

I run debian 9.8, and rather than using the distro version of firefox, I run the mozilla version. This works just fine, but when firefox detects that it needs updating, … (читать ещё)

I run debian 9.8, and rather than using the distro version of firefox, I run the mozilla version. This works just fine, but when firefox detects that it needs updating, the only way I know to do it is to log into Xwindows using the root account and do it from there. I don't want a *user* account to own the browser, but I can't seem to find a way to update without Xwindows. There are some old links about using .MAR files, but the most recent one is a couple of years old, and due to appearances, i suspect - although i didn't confirm it by following the links - that only older versions, not the current one, can be loaded that way. Enough people have looked at this that it would appear worth putting in a flat warning that this cannot be done, so that people don't waste their time looking for something that doesn't exist. Help!

Asked by tanstaafl-tanj 1 год назад

Answered by tanstaafl-tanj 1 год назад

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Why do I get message "verifying firefox" when opening

Using Firefox on my Mac. When I open firefox I get a message "verifying firefox". This process takes a while and then I am asked to confirm that I wan't to open Firefox. … (читать ещё)

Using Firefox on my Mac. When I open firefox I get a message "verifying firefox". This process takes a while and then I am asked to confirm that I wan't to open Firefox. Do I have to go through this rather laborious process each time or is there a solution? Many thanks

Asked by stevecush 1 год назад

Answered by stevecush 1 год назад

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Firefox crashes

Since upgrading windows N with the windows media pack, Firefox immediately crashes on opening various different websites - mostly video ones (Netflix, any youtube.com/wat… (читать ещё)

Since upgrading windows N with the windows media pack, Firefox immediately crashes on opening various different websites - mostly video ones (Netflix, any youtube.com/watch...) but also mozilla support. Prior to installing the media pack, youtube videos would play but Netflix would not (but no crashes).

Problem persists in safe mode, with DRM content allowed and not, and with hardware acceleration disabled. Flaser player and video drivers are installed and up to date; Microsoft Silverlight is also installed.

Most recent crash report IDs are:

bp-0a7d8acd-1afe-4eba-bb2d-5dfaf0190224 24/02/2019, 10:14 bp-bf9351db-1243-4ea8-bfcb-8ec560190224 24/02/2019, 10:14 bp-fef6d1c3-cd7e-4935-820e-bda130190224 24/02/2019, 10:14 bp-e52d8e6f-4c27-4ccb-af94-cf4000190224 24/02/2019, 10:14 bp-dd8c5c8f-f180-4afb-80f9-44ac90190224 24/02/2019, 10:14 bp-8eca40c2-3e2d-448f-8ead-36a990190224 24/02/2019, 10:14 bp-459e11ce-d3cb-4d85-807f-804910190224 24/02/2019, 10:14 bp-8551690f-9593-4d56-ba6f-ff5770190224 24/02/2019, 10:14 bp-0f7d679c-c0de-433d-bd7f-dd8ca0190224 24/02/2019, 10:14

Asked by njhartley 1 год назад

Answered by philipp 1 год назад

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Displaying website wrongly in fullscreen mode only - strip at the bottom of the screen

I'm using Firefox 65.0.1 (64-bit) on Windows 10 Home (1809) OS build 17763.292. When I open Firefox on full-screen on my laptop screen, there's a strip at the bottom of t… (читать ещё)

I'm using Firefox 65.0.1 (64-bit) on Windows 10 Home (1809) OS build 17763.292. When I open Firefox on full-screen on my laptop screen, there's a strip at the bottom of the screen, hiding the bottom of the website page I'm on. The strip is like a screen shot from a previous website I might have visited. This doesn't happen if I'm not in full-screen mode, and strangely it doesn't happen if I drag the same Firefox window onto my external monitor (HDMI connected, 1080p, 24 inch). The phenomenon occurs in Private mode as well. Anyone knows anything about this bug? Is there a fix?

Asked by AngelK 1 год назад

Answered by AngelK 1 год назад