I am having the exact same problem listed here: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1224880 But none of the solutions there work. Of course since I did not alrea…
I am having the exact same problem listed here:
But none of the solutions there work.
Of course since I did not already have an account here, I was forced to create this duplicate question.
I was using Firefox fine all day, then suddenly Copy/Paste stopped working. Inside Firefox, the option for Copy still appears and can be selected, but when you Paste within Firefox or anywhere else on the system, things copied in Firefox are not available. Copying outside of Firefox works just fine. Using Firefox 62.0 (64-bit) on macOS 10.12.6
Update: And as soon as I posted this, now Copy/Paste is working, but only within Firefox; Firefox is now acting as if it has its own independent clipboard, accessible only within Firefox. This is happening everywhere within Firefox, regardless of website.
I do a lot of blogging and noticed that there is no "Paste and Match Style" function under the "Edit" tab. I really need that and am hoping you know of a workaround. Than…
I do a lot of blogging and noticed that there is no "Paste and Match Style" function under the "Edit" tab. I really need that and am hoping you know of a workaround. Thanks.
Hi All, I love Mozilla; I want to love Firefox. In an effort to slowing down Google's dominance I am reluctant to use their products, including Chrome; they are taking ov…
I love Mozilla; I want to love Firefox.
My three biggest gripes are;
1.Copy, Paste and Find - this is the most important factor for me personally. When you copy (using CTRL + C), then find (using CTRL + F) then paste (using CTRL + V) Chrome automatically removes the end space (if what you have copied via double clicking on a word/number has included the space) . When using firefox and completely the same operation in a quick double click word, copy, find, paste scenario the browser shows nothing found on page, because it includes the space in the search. Unsure how this is achieved in Chrome, but this is a huge inconvenience for me; although it sounds extremely small, it has forced me to go back to using Chrome!
2. Capability issues; Unfortunately there are a few sites which do not operate correctly with Firefox; when I query this with their support team (Barclaycard for example) they ALWAYS advise downloading Chrome to test - unfortunately this causes a vicious circle to increasing their market share...
3. Mobile - Running Android the firefox app is simply far far slower than Chrome - I'm unsure whether this is due to Google's advanatge with their own OS?! Is this experienced by everyone?