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Firefox crashing (when switching tabs?)

Firefox has crashed repeatedly when I've switched tabs to my gmail in the past ~15 minutes. It happens in "troubleshooting mode" as well. I'm running firefox on a linux c… (ďalšie informácie)

Firefox has crashed repeatedly when I've switched tabs to my gmail in the past ~15 minutes. It happens in "troubleshooting mode" as well. I'm running firefox on a linux computer, and my ubuntu installation and firefox are both up to date.

Here's my crash id: bp-b079d597-fb83-4a69-ab65-896370231129

Otázku položil(a) Anna Fehr Pred 14 hodinami

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loginsFirefox not working with certain websites (login, interactive forms, etc.)

Hello, I have a very odd problem with my firefox browser. I am running firefox 88 64bit on a 16.04 (I know...) Ubuntu. On certain websites, I have an issue with interacti… (ďalšie informácie)

Hello, I have a very odd problem with my firefox browser. I am running firefox 88 64bit on a 16.04 (I know...) Ubuntu. On certain websites, I have an issue with interactive content: www.leboncoin.fr will not let me login anymore (quite recent) www.decathlon.fr will have trouble displaying user comments, images, let alone placing an order Now and then websites with dynamic content and forms will not load...

I am not sure what is the link between all these but it seems related. I have tried the troubleshoot mode but it does not change anything. At the moment when I need to use these king of website I have to switch to another browser.

Thanks in advance for your help!

Otázku položil(a) marc.bagnol Pred 5 dňami

Na otázku odpovedal(a) cor-el Pred 4 dňami

Just refreshed a page by hitting ctrl + r twice, which bypasses safety net, and lost my whole draft for post I wanted to make. Is there a way to disable this "convenient feature" so this doesn't ruin my day further?

I wanted to make a lengthy post on a website today, but I accidentally hit CTRL + R twice which bypassed the "This page is asking you to confirm that you want to leave — … (ďalšie informácie)

I wanted to make a lengthy post on a website today, but I accidentally hit CTRL + R twice which bypassed the "This page is asking you to confirm that you want to leave — information you’ve entered may not be saved." safety net. Is there a way to deliberately disable any and all refresh shortcuts and buttons when a safety net shows up, so my buttery fingers don't ruin my day to it's absolute maximum?

I want safety nets to be deliberately annoying.

Otázku položil(a) Snoucher Pred 11 hodinami

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Your Firefox profile cannot be loaded. It may be missing or inaccessible

Hi, I have a weird problem, I have 3 systems on my device: windows(10), ubuntu and Arch lately when i was configuring Firefox on fresh arch install I was annoyed that I n… (ďalšie informácie)

Hi, I have a weird problem, I have 3 systems on my device: windows(10), ubuntu and Arch lately when i was configuring Firefox on fresh arch install I was annoyed that I needed to re-login to every single s...t again. So I thought "Why can I just share the same FF profile between systems" Long story short it didn't work on Arch. I was forced to compile FF from source and now it works... but when I'm logged in on Ubuntu and trying to launch FF from GNU I always see this error. it's working when i point out to profile from the command line with "-p <dir>". but even then when I go to about:profiles and click "launch in new browser" it's still pooping with this error. So Am I doing something wrong or it is just impossible to do this seamlessly? is there a better(correct?) way to achieve the same functionality?

thanks for reading, ill humbly take any advice.

EDIT: I have copied the profile's folder to a separate partition which is auto mounted tried it on Ubuntu (at this time it had been working just fine) and after using it on Arch when I was back on Ubuntu it was displaying this error

Otázku položil(a) jomal1236 Pred 15 hodinami

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Firefox 119.0 on Ubuntu 22.04 has started to freeze which requires killing all Firefox processes

My apologies if I am being a numpty, but I have been using Firefox for many years without issue, and recently (possibly after an update, but I cannot be certain), it has … (ďalšie informácie)

My apologies if I am being a numpty, but I have been using Firefox for many years without issue, and recently (possibly after an update, but I cannot be certain), it has started to randomly freeze. I am running Ubuntu 22.04, and Firefox 119.0. I have demonstrated to myself that if I open a web page with links (but not always), and click on the link, I may still scroll up and down the page, but the mouse cursor never seemed to recognise the hotlink, and doesn't jump to it. The links will work on Chromium. I initially tried resetting the browser, thereby losing all my open pages, but that didn't work. That also removed all extensions ("all" two of them) and that didn't work. Firefox is now pretty much unusable. Any help to resolve this would be appreciated, as I cannot find any solutions online, and it seems I am not alone with this issue! Many thanks,

Otázku položil(a) trevortmanson Pred 3 týždňami

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Where can I find Firefox 4 icon resources?

Hello! I have been inspired to customize Firefox to make it look like version "4" from this reddit post! One of the things that I cannot find is how to get the old Firef… (ďalšie informácie)

Hello! I have been inspired to customize Firefox to make it look like version "4" from this reddit post!

One of the things that I cannot find is how to get the old Firefox 4 icons. Is there an official site that has them or should I search or the source code of Firefox from version 4?

Otázku položil(a) rempas Pred 5 dňami

Na otázku odpovedal(a) Nandla Links Pred 5 dňami

Random extreme keyboard & typing lag

Yo, Linux sysadmin here and been using Firefox forever.  Surprisingly I have this ancient 12 year old System76 laptop that I use for nearly everything (got a newer Lenovo… (ďalšie informácie)

Yo, Linux sysadmin here and been using Firefox forever.  Surprisingly I have this ancient 12 year old System76 laptop that I use for nearly everything (got a newer Lenovo that I been meaning to switch to but no time).

Using Debian 12/13 with Gnome 43.6/X11.  Can't quite figure out this issue though.  Besides being a sysadmin, can have other side jobs/projects going on as well, so can have 5-10 windows open in different workspaces, sometimes with hundreds of tabs all together (big fan of the Auto Tab Discard add-on and about:memory Minimize Memory Usage to keep performance up and resource usage low).

Been noticing this issue for the last few versions where suddenly, after random amount of Firefox uptime (can be after days of perfect performance) my keyboard input aka typing gets extremely laggy, like 30 seconds behind for all keystrokes, except: Ctrl-F instantly brings up the Find in Page bar, and Ctrl-C instantly copies to clipboard.  Ctrl-V, however, 30 seconds lag, Ctrl-A also....  Mouse is fine though and can right-click and paste instantly or use other menu options.  Happens anywhere in Firefox too: in address bar, in the find text box, in the preferences, in my saved passwords, haven't found a place with no lag.

Have searched around for some hours now and only found suggestions to disable accessibility service, but accessibility service has already been disabled for a while now.  Everything else in my Gnome desktop session is running fine.  Restarting Firefox temporarily solves the issue but is highly annoying and interruptive with as much as I have going on sometimes.  Due to timing randomness, starting Firefox without certain add-ons is impossible as I can't spend days at a time without any of them.  Just have to open a text editor and type what I need to in there, then paste with mouse, until I can find a good stopping place to restart Firefox.

Have included most of the info from about:support in the Troubleshooting Information.  Spent quite a bit of time looking at all my modified preferences, nothing popped out but if there's something you think I could include to help, let me know. Thanks

Otázku položil(a) taka Pred 2 dňami

cannot prevent search bar from going to url bar / address bar in private browsing mode

I have an issue with the address bar in private windows. Normally when you click on the search bar in the new tab page, it will redirect the cursor to the address bar ins… (ďalšie informácie)

I have an issue with the address bar in private windows. Normally when you click on the search bar in the new tab page, it will redirect the cursor to the address bar instead of letting you use the search bar.

I found the following solution on the forum here that works for normal windows: go to the about:config page and set browser.newtabpage.activity-stream.improvesearch.handoffToAwesomebar to false.

For private windows, this fix does not work. It will still go to the address bar instead of letting you use the search bar. Is there another way for me to fix this so that it will also work in private windows?

Otázku položil(a) babhi.eff.19 Pred 3 dňami

Posledná odpoveď od TyDraniu Pred 3 dňami

I desperately need to disable DNS over HTTPS so that I can go to work

I use a VPN connection to access my workplace. This means that all my DNS queries MUST go through the company's VPN tunnel. Firefox is deliberately blocking my work. The… (ďalšie informácie)

I use a VPN connection to access my workplace. This means that all my DNS queries MUST go through the company's VPN tunnel.

Firefox is deliberately blocking my work. The DNS over HTTPS "feature" does not work over this VPN connection.

In Firefox, there was previously the following setting: Preferences > General > Network Settings > Enable DNS over HTTPS

I REALLY NEED to have this setting restored right now.

Otázku položil(a) John Bunch Pred 4 dňami

Posledná odpoveď od cor-el Pred 4 dňami

WaPo photos appearing blurred in Firefox 120.0 (installed via snap)

I am running Mozilla Firefox on two laptops each of which is running Ubuntu Linux 22.04 LTS. In both cases Firefox is installed by the Debian/Ubuntu 'snap' program. On … (ďalšie informácie)

I am running Mozilla Firefox on two laptops each of which is running Ubuntu Linux 22.04 LTS. In both cases Firefox is installed by the Debian/Ubuntu 'snap' program.

On the first of these two machines -- the only less frequently used or updated -- "About Mozilla Firefox" shows that I am running:

Firefox Browser 118.0.2 (64-bit) Mozilla Firefox Snap for Ubuntu canonical-002-1.0

On this machine I see this on the command-line:

Calling: '$ ls -ltr /snap/slack' shows that the current 'snap' is 113, created Nov 1. The date on the symlink between '/snap/slack/current/ and '113' is Nov 9, suggesting that I was prompted to run 'snap' and upgrade Firefox on Nov 9.

On this first machine, Firefox is performing as intended.

On the second machine, however, a more recent version of Firefox is blurring photos on at least one important website. (As far as I can tell, all other rendering of web pages is satisfactory.) The information on the second machine is:

Firefox Browser 120.0 (64-bit) Mozilla Firefox Snap for Ubuntu canonical-002-1.0

From this machine's command-line:

$ ls -ltr /snap/firefox total 0 drwxr-xr-x 7 root root 201 Nov 6 18:34 3358 drwxr-xr-x 7 root root 201 Nov 16 17:34 3416 lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 4 Nov 23 21:37 current -> 3416

This suggests that Ubuntu build build 3416 on Nov 16 and that I was prompted to install it on Nov 23. That's 2 days before I am writing this bug report, and that duration is roughly the duration in which I have observed this blurring problem.

The problem occurs at this website:

https://www.washingtonpost.com/

On this page, the photos are all in sharp focus and everything else is being rendered as expected. See: Screenshot from 2023-11-25 17-02-46.png

However, if I right-click on any URL or photo on the home page to take me to the page for a specific article, I get a blurred photo. Example:

https://www.washingtonpost.com/health/2023/11/25/zoom-fatigue-brain-heart-effects/

Note how blurry this photo is. See: Screenshot from 2023-11-25 17-03-39.png

This blurriness does *not* happen with the older version of Firefox on my first machine. My inference is that there was some change between 118.0.2 and 120.0 that is failing to correctly process data coming from this website. Suggestions?

Otázku položil(a) jkeenan1 Pred 4 dňami

password manager problem

Long time Firefox user on Linux. Password manager has never saved passwords, but I just lived with it. Recently, I tried setting a primary password, and now I can't log… (ďalšie informácie)

Long time Firefox user on Linux. Password manager has never saved passwords, but I just lived with it. Recently, I tried setting a primary password, and now I can't log in to eBay, or Mozilla. On eBay, I type my user ID and the continue button is greyed out. On Mozilla, now I get "Local storage and cookies are required", but I DO have them turned on. I tried to change/set the Primary Password, and I get "Unable to change Primary Password". Is there a file protection/privilege problem? How can I track this down? Thanks, Jon

Otázku položil(a) jmelson Pred 5 dňami

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Youtube video continues to play after navigating back

Steps to reproduce: … (ďalšie informácie)

Steps to reproduce: 1. Open youtube 2. Open any video 3. Hit back and navigate to youtube main page 4. Press media key play/pause on keyboard

Expected result: nothing happens Actual result: the sound from the video continues on the tab with youtube main page, the tab has "PLAYING" on it

Otázku položil(a) Никита Билоус Pred 1 týždňom

Posledná odpoveď od jscher2000 - Support Volunteer Pred 5 dňami

Videos and some sites are lagging

I have trouble watching videos in unfull sreen, in youtube, all website is lagging, when i open on a full screen video plays normally but UI continue lagging, the same wi… (ďalšie informácie)

I have trouble watching videos in unfull sreen, in youtube, all website is lagging, when i open on a full screen video plays normally but UI continue lagging, the same with massive web-site, link to video with a poblem

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1W9uYcZJYXk7Zyggd1t2FRDUYFl40ol3d/view?usp=sharing https://drive.google.com/file/d/1-uHprrGZsiTs7bNNfHgxZqjxzviM8GsH/view?usp=sharing

i have linux fedora 39, if u need more information ill give u one

Otázku položil(a) Falcon Pred 1 týždňom

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Hotkeys for rotating between different screens when responsive design mode is on

Is there any way to rotate between different screen sizes option using shortcuts keymaps which appear during "responsive design mode" is on. I found extensions which resi… (ďalšie informácie)

Is there any way to rotate between different screen sizes option using shortcuts keymaps which appear during "responsive design mode" is on. I found extensions which resizes whole browser & they helps. but it also causes developer tool to resize along with browser which hinders me to see different css properties. so i am looking for a way to rotate only screens.

"Responsive Design mode" is what turns on when we press ctrl+shift+m.


I Love using firefox more than Chrome. This is my go to browser.

Otázku položil(a) rajesh kumar chaurasiya Pred 6 dňami

Na otázku odpovedal(a) cor-el Pred 5 dňami

Again after Firefox upgrade download behaviour to save files changed

Hello again after upgrade this time version 119.0.1 to version 120.0 the behaviour changed to store downloads. This time I directly modified the settings of application… (ďalšie informácie)

Hello

again after upgrade this time version 119.0.1 to version 120.0 the behaviour changed to store downloads. This time I directly modified the settings of applications, their type and which action I expect. Again problems and files are stored elsewhere. Once again modifications and it seems to be fixed.

It seems that this part of Firefox is modified too but I'm not sure. One download is still running and the file and the temporary part exists but not in the specified base directory. The other ones are working as result of my second approach.

Any other experience concerning download and where to store?

Kind regards

 Stephan Albert

Otázku položil(a) stephanalbert Pred 5 dňami

Keyboard and mouse input stops working after watching videos

When watching videos on YouTube or Amazon Prime, Firefox will eventually stop recognizing keyboard and mouse input in all windows and tabs. This can happen after just a … (ďalšie informácie)

When watching videos on YouTube or Amazon Prime, Firefox will eventually stop recognizing keyboard and mouse input in all windows and tabs. This can happen after just a few minutes of video or after hours. It affects nearly all input: typing or clicking in webpages, the toolbar, the address bar, etc., though I can click the 'x' button to close tabs. When I close the final window, a dialogue will appear stating that Firefox is non-responsive and allowing me to kill the process. This seems unusual, because the OS's system monitor indicates there is plenty of unused and available RAM and CPU resources. Firefox behaves normally after restarting.

OS: Xubuntu 22.04 Firefox version: 120.0 (though previous versions have been affected for the last few months)

Otázku položil(a) ff.acco Pred 5 dňami

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Restore previous session though unchecked always tries to restore previous session on startup. It's annoying! (Revived)

I'm having the exact same problem as what was originally mentioned in this post from 4 years ago. The "chosen solution" was to exit firefox through the hamburger menu,… (ďalšie informácie)

I'm having the exact same problem as what was originally mentioned in this post from 4 years ago.

The "chosen solution" was to exit firefox through the hamburger menu, which I find to be absolutely ridiculous. You mean to tell me that even though I close EVERY OTHER APPLICATION either using the "X" close button or a custom keybinding that I've set for my own personal convenience, firefox requires me to exit through a menu every time in order to make it behave the way I've told it to? No. Absolutely not. If I tell firefox that I don't want it to save my last session, that means I DON'T WANT IT TO SAVE MY LAST SESSION. If I've deselected the "open previous windows and tabs" option in the settings, then under no circumstances should it be trying to open my previous windows and tabs.

I've tried the suggestion to change the value of browser.sessionstore.max_resumed_crashes from 1 to 0. The problem persists, I assume because firefox considers being closed using the close button to be a "crash", which is interesting.

I the other suggestion further down in the thread was to set browser.sessionstore.resume_from_crash from true to false, which will prevent firefox from recovering a session from a crash. This is hardly an appropriate solution. I want firefox to resume my last session if there is a legitimate (key word LEGITIMATE) crash, because my session was closed against my will due to something that went wrong. Being able to recover my last session in such a situation is nice. I do not, however, want firefox to resume my last session when I explicitly closed the last session myself, which would be the difference between a crash recovery and restoring a previous session. If no crash occurred, I don't need a crash recovery, and aside from a crash, I don't want my previous session to be restored.

Are there any solutions to this at all? Because this is one of the biggest reasons why I stopped using firefox. I want to come back to firefox because everything else that's worth using is either dog shit, or Chromium-based (i.e. also dog shit). However, I find this broken feature to be somewhat of a security issue. If a bad actor somehow gains access to my system, I don't want him to be able to open firefox and have access to my last browser session because I closed firefox using a keyboard shortcut instead of closing it through a goddamned menu.

Otázku položil(a) zoltan955342 Pred 1 týždňom

Posledná odpoveď od cor-el Pred 5 dňami

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Backup & restore information in Firefox profiles

Hi there! I'm attempting to migrate my Firefox (106.0.3) profile from the Linux Mint V20.3 on one SSD to a new installation of Linux Mint V21 on a separate SSD. I'm usi… (ďalšie informácie)

Hi there!

I'm attempting to migrate my Firefox (106.0.3) profile from the Linux Mint V20.3 on one SSD to a new installation of Linux Mint V21 on a separate SSD. I'm using the information supplied on this page:

https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/back-and-restore-information-firefox-profiles

Step 4, under Backing up your profile says: Right-click on your profile folder (e.g. xxxxxxxx.default), and select Copy.

This folder, qspfoqtl.default, contains 1 file, named times.json, the contents of which are:

{ "created": 1618792039414, "firstUse": null }

Clearly, not my Firefox profile.

There is, however, a folder named nnob5aww.default-release that contains a bunch of directories and files (505.4MB) with names like bookmarkbackups, browser-extension-data... storage, weave.

Is this documentation incorrect as of this release of Firefox? And, should I be using the nnob5aww.default-release folder as the profile? I'm a little confused. (Most often, I'm a lot confused.) Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks in advance,

- Ralph

Otázku položil(a) Mandelbrot1 Pred 1 rokom

Na otázku odpovedal(a) Mandelbrot1 Pred 1 rokom

Problem with some web pages

Up to four or so days ago I was able to fire up my Linux and Firefox and had immediate access to both Gmail and Calendar. Now I am requested to sign in every time, are of… (ďalšie informácie)

Up to four or so days ago I was able to fire up my Linux and Firefox and had immediate access to both Gmail and Calendar. Now I am requested to sign in every time, are offered a Shareable Calendar (for which I have no use) and get a notification in my cell phone reporting a new login. Also, WhatsApp Web is requiring to link with my phone every time I want to use it in my laptop.

I'm using Firefox 120.0 and this behavior appears to have started after the upgrade. I have also Vivaldi installed and its operation with the above pages is normal.

This is most annoying. Have security rules been changed? Am I doing something wrong? Will appreciate any help you can provide.

Otázku položil(a) topocalc Pred 5 dňami