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Feature Request: Disable Webpage Changing Images

I frequently stumble upon websites with incredibly annoying looping images, with no option or method to disable the image changes. Reading information on websites with co… (read more)

I frequently stumble upon websites with incredibly annoying looping images, with no option or method to disable the image changes. Reading information on websites with constantly changing images is difficult due the distraction.

It would be greatly appreciated if an option could be created to disable the continual image looping - perhaps an addition to the FF settings whereby an On/Off toggle could en/disable a context menu option to Pause / Disable image looping when the user right-clicks on an image. ... or, the browser itself automatically recognises image looping and the toggle simply allows FF to en/disable the looping.

Thanks.

Asked by Waphle_Stomp 4 hours ago

PDF are often rendered unreadable, with desktop background showing through (screenshot attached)

I often run into issues with PDFs in Firefox Linux. They either appear totally blank (typically after suspend/restore), or they appear with the desktop background showing… (read more)

I often run into issues with PDFs in Firefox Linux. They either appear totally blank (typically after suspend/restore), or they appear with the desktop background showing through (as in the attached screenshot).

Hard refreshing the page doesn't change anything, opening a new tab and opening the PDF again doesn't change anything, opening a new window and loading the PDF doesn't change anything.

The screenshot is with this PDF: https://www.sgsw.ch/home/strom/_jcr_content/Par/sgsw_accordion_list_1838160259/AccordionListPar/sgsw_accordion_12353/AccordionPar/sgsw_downloadlist/DownloadListPar/sgsw_download_1049323524.ocFile/2023-08-31%20Mitteilung%20Elcom%20Erh%C3%B6hung%20Elektrizit%C3%A4tspreise%20f%C3%BCr%20das%20Jahr%202024.pdf

It renders correctly in Chromium.

Firefox 126.0 using the recommended performance settings on Mint 21.3, nvidia quadro p620 using the official nvidia drivers v535.171.04-0ubuntu0.22.04.1

Asked by c+ff 2 weeks ago

Last reply by c+ff 4 hours ago

my web browser always crashin firefox all distro gnome kde and xfce

I disabled graphics acceleration and I have the same problem. I tried several distros, it's the same thing each time, Firefox crashes and it's impossible to surf. could s… (read more)

I disabled graphics acceleration and I have the same problem. I tried several distros, it's the same thing each time, Firefox crashes and it's impossible to surf. could someone help me? I'm on opensuse thunbelweed




Signature core::option::expect_failed | webrender::scene_building::NodeIdToIndexMapper::get_spatial_node_index More Reports Search UUID 319ba611-fc97-439f-9456-a9e8d0240613 Date Processed 2024-06-13 05:28:23 UTC Uptime 78 seconds (1 minute and 18 seconds) Install Age 47,424 seconds since version was first installed (13 hours, 10 minutes and 24 seconds) Install Time 2024-06-12 16:15:12 Product Firefox Release Channel release Version 126.0 Build ID 20240509170740 (2024-05-09) Buildhub data OS openSUSE Tumbleweed OS Version 6.9.1-1-default #1 SMP PREEMPT_DYNAMIC Fri May 17 11:59:46 UTC 2024 (0c0b0b5) Build Architecture amd64 CPU Info family 23 model 24 stepping 1 CPU Count 8 Adapter Vendor ID

Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. [AMD/ATI] (0x1002)

Adapter Device ID

Picasso/Raven 2 [Radeon Vega Series / Radeon Vega Mobile Series] (0x15d8)

Startup Crash

False

Process Type parent MOZ_CRASH Reason (Sanitized)

no entry found for key

Crash Reason SIGSEGV / SEGV_MAPERR Crash Address 0x0000000000000000 Available Virtual Memory 4,520,636,416 bytes (4.52 GB) Available Page File 59,609,088 bytes (59.61 MB) Available Physical Memory 2,234,359,808 bytes (2.23 GB) EMCheckCompatibility

True

App Notes

openSUSE TumbleweedFP(D00-L1000-W0000000-T010) WR? WR+ libGL.so.1? libGL.so.1+ EGL? EGL- GL Context? GL Context+ WebGL? WebGL+

Crashing Thread (75), Name: WRScene~ilder#1 Frame Module Signature Source Trust 0 libxul.so RustMozCrash context 1 libxul.so mozglue_static::panic_hook /usr/src/debug/firefox-126.0/mozglue/static/rust/lib.rs:98 inlined 1 libxul.so core::ops::function::Fn::call /usr/src/debug/rustc-1.76.0-src/library/core/src/ops/function.rs:79 cfi 2 libxul.so std::panicking::rust_panic_with_hook cfi 3 libxul.so std::panicking::begin_panic_handler::{{closure}} cfi 4 libxul.so std::sys_common::backtrace::__rust_end_short_backtrace cfi 5 libxul.so rust_begin_unwind cfi 6 libxul.so core::panicking::panic_fmt cfi 7 libxul.so core::option::expect_failed cfi 8 libxul.so core::option::Option<T>::expect /usr/src/debug/rustc-1.76.0-src/library/core/src/option.rs:894 inlined 8 libxul.so <std::collections::hash::map::HashMap<K, V, S> as core::ops::index::Index<&Q>>::index /usr/src/debug/rustc-1.76.0-src/library/std/src/collections/hash/map.rs:1338 inlined 8 libxul.so webrender::scene_building::NodeIdToIndexMapper::get_spatial_node_index /usr/src/debug/firefox-126.0/gfx/wr/webrender/src/scene_building.rs:141 inlined 8 libxul.so webrender::scene_building::SceneBuilder::get_space /usr/src/debug/firefox-126.0/gfx/wr/webrender/src/scene_building.rs:1258 cfi 9 libxul.so webrender::scene_building::SceneBuilder::process_common_properties /usr/src/debug/firefox-126.0/gfx/wr/webrender/src/scene_building.rs:1275 cfi 10 libxul.so webrender::scene_building::SceneBuilder::process_common_properties_with_bounds /usr/src/debug/firefox-126.0/gfx/wr/webrender/src/scene_building.rs:1320 inlined 10 libxul.so webrender::scene_building::SceneBuilder::build_item /usr/src/debug/firefox-126.0/gfx/wr/webrender/src/scene_building.rs:1435 cfi 11 libxul.so webrender::scene_building::SceneBuilder::build_all /usr/src/debug/firefox-126.0/gfx/wr/webrender/src/scene_building.rs:977 inlined 11 libxul.so webrender::scene_building::SceneBuilder::build /usr/src/debug/firefox-126.0/gfx/wr/webrender/src/scene_building.rs:588 cfi 12 libxul.so webrender::scene_builder_thread::SceneBuilderThread::process_transaction /usr/src/debug/firefox-126.0/gfx/wr/webrender/src/scene_builder_thread.rs:593 inlined 12 libxul.so webrender::scene_builder_thread::SceneBuilderThread::run::{{closure}} /usr/src/debug/firefox-126.0/gfx/wr/webrender/src/scene_builder_thread.rs:314 inlined 12 libxul.so core::iter::adapters::map::map_try_fold::{{closure}} /usr/src/debug/rustc-1.76.0-src/library/core/src/iter/adapters/map.rs:92 inlined 12 libxul.so core::iter::traits::iterator::Iterator::try_fold /usr/src/debug/rustc-1.76.0-src/library/core/src/iter/traits/iterator.rs:2462 inlined 12 libxul.so <core::iter::adapters::map::Map<i> as core::iter::traits::iterator::Iterator>::try_fold /usr/src/debug/rustc-1.76.0-src/library/core/src/iter/adapters/map.rs:118 inlined 12 libxul.so >::call_once /usr/src/debug/rustc-1.76.0-src/library/core/src/panic/unwind_safe.rs:272 inlined 14 libxul.so std::panicking::try::do_call /usr/src/debug/rustc-1.76.0-src/library/std/src/panicking.rs:552 inlined 14 libxul.so std::panicking::try /usr/src/debug/rustc-1.76.0-src/library/std/src/panicking.rs:516 inlined 14 libxul.so std::panic::catch_unwind /usr/src/debug/rustc-1.76.0-src/library/std/src/panic.rs:142 inlined 14 libxul.so std::thread::Builder::spawn_unchecked_::{{closure}} /usr/src/debug/rustc-1.76.0-src/library/std/src/thread/mod.rs:528 inlined 14 libxul.so core::ops::function::FnOnce::call_once{{vtable.shim}} /usr/src/debug/rustc-1.76.0-src/library/core/src/ops/function.rs:250 cfi 15 libxul.so std::sys::unix::thread::Thread::new::thread_start cfi 16 firefox set_alt_signal_stack_and_start(PthreadCreateParams*) cfi 17 libc.so.6 start_thread /usr/src/debug/glibc-2.39/nptl/pthread_create.c:447 cfi 18 libc.so.6 __clone3

Asked by Abdelmalik 5 hours ago

Last reply by Abdelmalik 4 hours ago

How do I get my profile data back after a reinstall from snap?

A firefox support article told me to reinstall firefox from snap on ubuntu, without mentioning anything about the profile, settings, and bookmarks. Now everything is gone… (read more)

A firefox support article told me to reinstall firefox from snap on ubuntu, without mentioning anything about the profile, settings, and bookmarks. Now everything is gone.

Is there any way to recover my local profile?

I don't think it was synced properly with my other devices

Asked by dan_evans2112 1 day ago

Last reply by dan_evans2112 1 day ago

At random times (with several Gitlab and Google Cloud UI tabs open) keyboard starts severely lagging in Firefox/Ubuntu

The lag is very problematic to me, because I do most of my work using the browser. When the keyboard starts lagging I can only enter text using copy/paste with mouse (whi… (read more)

The lag is very problematic to me, because I do most of my work using the browser. When the keyboard starts lagging I can only enter text using copy/paste with mouse (which works fine). The only way to solve it is to restart Firefox (which can result in lost work).

The lag, when it starts, is 10 seconds or more for each keystroke. It occurs about once every few days.

Ubuntu 22.04.4 LTS

126.0.1 (64-bit) Mozilla Firefox Snap For Ubuntu Canonical-002 - 1.0

I don't use Wayland.

Setting accessibility.force_disabled to 1 did NOT help.

Some lines from the top when this happened:

``` top - 20:21:22 up 2 days, 11:27, 1 user, load average: 0,36, 0,83, 1,02 Tasks: 270 total, 1 running, 268 sleeping, 0 stopped, 1 zombie %Cpu(s): 1,7 us, 0,3 sy, 0,0 ni, 98,0 id, 0,0 wa, 0,0 hi, 0,0 si, 0,0 st MiB Mem : 11776,5 total, 1221,4 free, 7160,2 used, 3394,9 buff/cache MiB Swap: 18432,0 total, 18154,1 free, 277,9 used. 3535,6 avail Mem

  VIRT    RES    SHR S  %CPU  %MEM     TIME+ COMMAND                                                               

6234092 3,1g 101052 S 1,0 26,7 217:04.66 /snap/firefox/4336/usr/lib/firefox/firefox -contentproc -childID 138 +

 20,8g 754008 235476 S   1,0   6,3 204:17.24 /snap/firefox/4336/usr/lib/firefox/firefox                            

7402104 518340 108992 S 0,0 4,3 18:16.64 /snap/firefox/4336/usr/lib/firefox/firefox -contentproc -childID 4 -i+ 1576384 372564 158532 S 0,0 3,1 3:45.49 /usr/lib/libreoffice/program/soffice.bin --calc file:///home/user/w+ 2913372 356592 100916 S 1,0 3,0 15:18.84 /snap/firefox/4336/usr/lib/firefox/firefox -contentproc -childID 278 + 2762568 304556 94852 S 0,3 2,5 0:50.35 /snap/firefox/4336/usr/lib/firefox/firefox -contentproc -childID 552 + 3155860 303900 58316 S 0,3 2,5 6:06.12 /home/user/.dropbox-dist/dropbox-lnx.x86_64-200.4.7134/dropbox 4997304 285560 102988 S 0,0 2,4 59:54.84 /usr/bin/gnome-shell 2796144 250836 94468 S 0,3 2,1 1:29.30 /snap/firefox/4336/usr/lib/firefox/firefox -contentproc -childID 469 + 2604896 243840 84184 S 0,0 2,0 0:43.95 /snap/firefox/4336/usr/lib/firefox/firefox -contentproc -childID 1 -i+ 2797868 217532 95100 S 0,0 1,8 2:41.74 /snap/firefox/4336/usr/lib/firefox/firefox -contentproc -childID 327 + 2610924 187876 92820 S 0,0 1,6 0:14.77 /snap/firefox/4336/usr/lib/firefox/firefox -contentproc -childID 577 + 2619764 171224 92892 S 0,0 1,4 0:17.94 /snap/firefox/4336/usr/lib/firefox/firefox -contentproc -childID 579 + 2514872 163516 93684 S 0,0 1,4 0:14.78 /snap/firefox/4336/usr/lib/firefox/firefox -contentproc -childID 591 + 2556276 160004 91440 S 0,0 1,3 0:04.57 /snap/firefox/4336/usr/lib/firefox/firefox -contentproc -childID 581 + ```

Asked by valentas 1 day ago

Last reply by valentas 1 day ago

Firefox maintained and released by mozilla

Hi folks, I'd like to obtain some clarity on provenance aspects of Firefox released as a Flatpak. I see in this article that one of the options is to use flatpak packag… (read more)

Hi folks,

I'd like to obtain some clarity on provenance aspects of Firefox released as a Flatpak.

I see in this article that one of the options is to use flatpak package: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/install-firefox-linux

Is this article produced / reviewed by mozilla? Is flatpak an officially trusted, backed by mozilla, means of installing firefox on a system?

On flathub one can observe the "Verified" seal which indicates that such package is developed and maintained by original package developers (in case Mozilla). One can also observe in multiple forums here and there that mozilla is the one that builds and maintain this package.

Though a seal is nice, and users opinions are ok, it would be good to have artifacts that would evidence better this relationship. Also, would be good to have this officially stated in mozilla's website, under "Download options and other languages" section, something like "you can also safely install firefox through the flatpak package available on flathub which is developed / maintained / signed by mozilla itself".

Or maybe all of this information is around and i am just not able to link it together.

Thanks

Asked by Fred 2 days ago

Last reply by Fred 2 days ago

how to fix "suggest-unexpected" incompatible database version error?

I'm using Ubuntu 24.04 and just reinstalled for unrelated reasons. I'm trying to copy my Firefox profile over from my backup to the new installation. I used the Ubuntu S… (read more)

I'm using Ubuntu 24.04 and just reinstalled for unrelated reasons. I'm trying to copy my Firefox profile over from my backup to the new installation.

I used the Ubuntu Snap store to install Firefox and put my old profile in -- this is the one that I was using on my previous Ubuntu 24.04 installation just a couple days ago -- and everything seems fine, but I do see this error message:

[ERROR error_support::handling] suggest-unexpected: Error opening database: Incompatible database version: 18

It gets printed when I type things in the search bar, so it seems related to some sqlite database related to history and autocompletion.

Is there a way to fix this? I'm fine with just deleting it, so long as the other parts of the profile remain.

(This is a strange error, since after all I was using the exact same setup -- Firefox on Ubuntu 24.04, installed via snap -- just a couple days ago, and it was, as far as I know, up-to-date.)

Asked by Dan Drake 3 days ago

Last reply by Dan Drake 2 days ago

How to make firefox keep history forever?

Hi, in my settings Firefox is set to "remember history", but there are no options for how long and when i look into my history, it doesn't go back further than a year. I … (read more)

Hi, in my settings Firefox is set to "remember history", but there are no options for how long and when i look into my history, it doesn't go back further than a year. I found a few answers to this on some forums talking about the places.history.expiration.max_pages setting and others about the places.history.expiration.transient_current_max_pages setting but those don't exist in my Firefox and the threads are more than a decade old. I currently have version 126.0.1 64bit on Linux. How can i keep my history forever?

Asked by cldtech 4 days ago

Slowly fullscreen animation with transparent tabbar

here is the video: https://streamable.com/zffknq the issue is about transparent bar with vertical addons and slowly fullscreen animation, and the fullscreen animation is… (read more)

here is the video: https://streamable.com/zffknq the issue is about transparent bar with vertical addons and slowly fullscreen animation, and the fullscreen animation isn't config-able, I already set full-screen-api.transition-duration.enter 0 0 full-screen-api.transition-duration.leave 0 0 in about:config, and disable sidebar or userChrome is not work too. and this is happend about one mouth ago after my nixos update firefox.

Asked by Nestor Liao 1 week ago

Last reply by Nestor Liao 5 days ago