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For some reason firefox has doesnt run a site how it supposed to on my local hard drive. Which is a pain when you are designing. The web site works fine live from the hosting page. It seems to have stopped running js files.

I have even downloaded them from the server and i get exactly the same again. The local site works fine with the dreaded "edge" etc. I am pulling my hair out with this one.

For some reason firefox has doesnt run a site how it supposed to on my local hard drive. Which is a pain when you are designing. The web site works fine live from the hosting page. It seems to have stopped running js files. I have even downloaded them from the server and i get exactly the same again. The local site works fine with the dreaded "edge" etc. I am pulling my hair out with this one.
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  • Uporabniški agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0; Win64; x64; rv:68.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/68.0

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cor-el
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See this thread:

  • [/questions/1264400] Is anyone else finding that new (as of couple days ago) Firefox isn't displaying embedded fonts correctly?

A vulnerability exists where if a user opens a locally saved HTML file, this file can use file: URIs to access other files in the same directory or sub-directories if the names are known or guessed.

See this thread: *[[/questions/1264400]] Is anyone else finding that new (as of couple days ago) Firefox isn't displaying embedded fonts correctly? *https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/security/advisories/mfsa2019-21/#CVE-2019-11730 ''A vulnerability exists where if a user opens a locally saved HTML file, this file can use file: URIs to access other files in the same directory or sub-directories if the names are known or guessed.''
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So far i have removed all protection from my machne, i have also put the site on memory stick, it works on firefox on all machines i have tested, not the machine i design on.

I have changed the name of the html file and still no different. i even went for a system restore, no effect. safe mode, no effect.

The website is www.bethesdachapel.co.uk. the page uses js to load a common .html page onto all the pages, i called header.html called via js.

If it was something other than just firefox havinghte problem i would have thought it was a general problem, it seams to be a problem only on this machine.

I hope i dont need to to a complete reinstall of windows 10.

So far i have removed all protection from my machne, i have also put the site on memory stick, it works on firefox on all machines i have tested, not the machine i design on. I have changed the name of the html file and still no different. i even went for a system restore, no effect. safe mode, no effect. The website is www.bethesdachapel.co.uk. the page uses js to load a common .html page onto all the pages, i called header.html called via js. If it was something other than just firefox havinghte problem i would have thought it was a general problem, it seams to be a problem only on this machine. I hope i dont need to to a complete reinstall of windows 10.
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one thing i didnt do, and have just done was to check the version of firefox, the other machine were running v67 and all worked fine, when i updated one to v68 they had the problem.

So it seems to be a serious bug in the latest version... a bit of a bugger when i cannot preview a web design except when it goes live.

one thing i didnt do, and have just done was to check the version of firefox, the other machine were running v67 and all worked fine, when i updated one to v68 they had the problem. So it seems to be a serious bug in the latest version... a bit of a bugger when i cannot preview a web design except when it goes live.
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cor-el
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This is a security vulnerability that has been fixed in Firefox 68 and placed behind a pref, so you can override at your own risk as you can read in the report.

All resolved fixed security vulnerabilities:

This is a security vulnerability that has been fixed in Firefox 68 and placed behind a pref, so you can override at your own risk as you can read in the report. All resolved fixed security vulnerabilities: *https://www.mozilla.org/security/known-vulnerabilities/firefox.html *https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/security/advisories/mfsa2019-21/
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ok i just cannot find the preferences this setting is at.

ok i just cannot find the preferences this setting is at.
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sorted, a bit of a pain though, i wonder how many other web designers that use firefox will have this problem..

sorted, a bit of a pain though, i wonder how many other web designers that use firefox will have this problem..
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mackerbootle 0 rešitev 7 odgovorov

YEP, it's a known issue for web designers. I started a thread over on the Mobirise forum because it is breaking icons displaying locally. No issues using all other web browsers, it's only Firefox 68.0 with the issue.

http://forums.mobirise.com/discussion/21485/issues-with-latest-firefox-68-0-previewing-sites-locally

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YEP, it's a known issue for web designers. I started a thread over on the Mobirise forum because it is breaking icons displaying locally. No issues using all other web browsers, it's only Firefox 68.0 with the issue. http://forums.mobirise.com/discussion/21485/issues-with-latest-firefox-68-0-previewing-sites-locally Mack
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jscher2000
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Hi atarian and Mack, I filed a bug proposing an exception for fonts. Those are pretty easy to understand.

However, I don't think there is going to be any built-in exception for XMLHttpRequest() to fetch local files. You'll need to turn off the patch (set privacy.file_unique_origin=false) for those cases.

Hi atarian and Mack, I filed a bug proposing an exception for fonts. Those are pretty easy to understand. However, I don't think there is going to be any built-in exception for XMLHttpRequest() to fetch local files. You'll need to turn off the patch (set privacy.file_unique_origin=false) for those cases.
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mackerbootle 0 rešitev 7 odgovorov

Thankyou jscher2000

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Thankyou jscher2000 Mack
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