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Firefox not sending 6 digit code email

Firefox are not sending me the 6 digit code email to sync my accounton on pc. I have added the email address to my contacts and I've checked the junk folder, nothing. Whe… (ďalšie informácie)

Firefox are not sending me the 6 digit code email to sync my accounton on pc. I have added the email address to my contacts and I've checked the junk folder, nothing. When it somehow actually sends an email, it's to notify me that there is new sign in activity... Where the f*** is the 6 digit code?

Otázku položil(a) aj.batson1 Pred 2 hodinami

Bookmarks do not sync across two Macs

I have Firefox version 105.0.1 installed on two Mac devices (Macbook Pro, Mac Mini) and one Android. All devices are using Firefox Sync. However, the bookmarks sync only … (ďalšie informácie)

I have Firefox version 105.0.1 installed on two Mac devices (Macbook Pro, Mac Mini) and one Android. All devices are using Firefox Sync. However, the bookmarks sync only between Macbook Pro and Android but not on Mac mini. Any suggestions are appreciated. The associated support page: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/how-do-i-set-sync-my-computer could not help resolve this issus.

Otázku položil(a) unhelkar Pred 16 hodinami

How to login to sync without auto sync?

Last time I used sync I got annoyed that it overwrite my setting when I logged in every time I got logged out. The solution was to create a new account every time I got l… (ďalšie informácie)

Last time I used sync I got annoyed that it overwrite my setting when I logged in every time I got logged out. The solution was to create a new account every time I got logged out.

Is there a way to login without erasing my current data? I first used it when it first released so it may have changed? Can I choose if I want to download or upload my current settings? And I really don't want 10 year old data.

Otázku položil(a) Frejoh466 Pred 1 dňom

Unncessary Browsing History - Gmail/Outlook/Facebook.

Just wondering if any of the developers could add a domain exclusion option within the browser history settings where users could exclude the domains which they don't wan… (ďalšie informácie)

Just wondering if any of the developers could add a domain exclusion option within the browser history settings where users could exclude the domains which they don't want the browser to record the history of.

Now many of you would argue that why don't you use private mode. Blah blah blah. But it's not the same thing. I gotta use my GMail, Google-drive, Outlook, or Facebook, etc everyday, so the private mode is not an option.

These domain URLs are not necessarily required to be stored and synced every day after day when nobody or at least 99% of people are not gonna use them ever.

Would be better, if users get the option where they can control which domains they want to keep the history of. This would offset millions and billions bytes of the data from Mozilla and also speed up and improve the history management.

Please share your thoughts.

Otázku položil(a) lovelyday_786 Pred 5 dňami

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Duplicate of the same device on the "Send link to" menu

I have multiple instances of the same device show up on my "Send link to" menu, even if I disconnect and reconnect them, this still happens. This happens on the Firefox b… (ďalšie informácie)

I have multiple instances of the same device show up on my "Send link to" menu, even if I disconnect and reconnect them, this still happens.

This happens on the Firefox browser on both MacOS and Windows.

Otázku položil(a) SatsuMX Pred 5 dňami

Firefox Sync: does changing the firefox account password re-encrypt the sync'ed data?

I have been using sync from day one: best thing ever regarding my productivity. AFAIK, credentials get encrypted before sent to the FF cloud, using information derived fr… (ďalšie informácie)

I have been using sync from day one: best thing ever regarding my productivity. AFAIK, credentials get encrypted before sent to the FF cloud, using information derived from my password.

Short version: what happens when I change the Firefox account password?

Long version: I'm thinking of replacing my current password, with a very long one. If I do so, will there a re-upload of my data take place? Will my credentials on the cloud become harder to crack (assume that the new password is longer and more complex).

Otázku položil(a) Michail Pappas Pred 1 týždňom

Posledná odpoveď od Michail Pappas Pred 6 dňami