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(Dis)connecting WIFI after a web socket has been established with local host, sends next message but clsoes on response

When using FF connected to local host by HTTP and web-socket connections, am experiencing an issue when WIFI is newly disconnected or connected. When the page is first … (xem thêm)

When using FF connected to local host by HTTP and web-socket connections, am experiencing an issue when WIFI is newly disconnected or connected.

When the page is first loaded (whether WIFI is connected or not), both HTTP and web sockets work as expected. When the WIFI connection is then changed from its current state, initially no errors are thrown. However, although the very next web-socket request from the browser to the local server reaches the server, the response is rejected by the browser and the socket is closed, firing the onerror and onclose events of the socket. The HTTP requests are still processed in both directions (can fetch without issue) and can request another new web socket connection without error. The error thrown is `The connection to ws://127.0.0.1/34215... was interrupted while the page was loading.`

This takes place when the port is anything other than 8000; all works as expected when the port number is 8000. The local server was set to choose a random unused port number to avoid conflicts with any other running applications.

If the socket would throw an error before sending the new request, then it would be less of an issue; but, when that request was to save data passed in the XOR frame, the browser has no way of knowing whether or not it was successful because it rejects the response, such that the UI and database could become out-of-sync.

This is run under a separate profile that is set to work offline (removing offline does not resolve this). Are there any `about:config settings` that might stop the browser from rejecting the responses? Perhaps it is a security measure.

This was tested on chrome-based browsers and WIFI can be connected and disconnected multiple times and the web socket is never closed regardless of the port number.

Thank you for any guidance you may be able to provide.

Được hỏi bởi Gary 2 tháng trước

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Multi-Account Container List Sort Order Doesn't Sync

I use Containers a LOT and have added to my list. There seemed to be no way to get them ordered the same way in the drop-down list for a new tab as I specify under Manage… (xem thêm)

I use Containers a LOT and have added to my list. There seemed to be no way to get them ordered the same way in the drop-down list for a new tab as I specify under Manage Containers, so I just removed and re-created them one at a time in the order I wanted. Now the Container drop-down list for a new tab appears in the right order. That's on latest Firefox on Ubuntu 22.04. I have Sync turned on for everything, and all the Containers I created in Ubuntu Firefox are shown in Firefox for Windows 10, but they're in a random order. This is extremely annoying, as I have about 25 Containers. When they're ordered I can quickly find the Container I want to use for a new tab, but the randomized order makes it difficult.

How can I get the Container list in Windows Firefox to be identical to Ubuntu Firefox - both sync'd with my one Mozilla account and both at Firefox v 121.0.

Thanks.

Được hỏi bởi Jackal 2 tháng trước

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Frequent crashes (FD exhaustion?) in Firefox 107 & 108 (via snap) on Ubuntu 22.04.1 LTS

For the past month or so, I've been experiencing frequent Firefox crashes. They most often happen when I've just opened a page in a new tab, it's painted, and I make the… (xem thêm)

For the past month or so, I've been experiencing frequent Firefox crashes.

They most often happen when I've just opened a page in a new tab, it's painted, and I make the first input trying to interact with it: all tabs will stay rendered and viewable, but otherwise unresponsive. But now they're also happening when Firefox is in the background. The frequency is about once or twice per day, with heavy use.

I'm using Ubuntu 22.04.1 LTS (jammy) with all packages up to date, the linux-oem-22.04 kernel package (currently 5.17.0-1025-oem), and Firefox installed via snap. The crash reports contain full details, of course, but the only thing I can think of that's especially "unusual" is that the 1Password extension has been misbehaving for a while (but it's been since long before these crashes began).

My system has 64GB of RAM, which is rarely more than 15% in use.

The only maybe-relevant Bugzilla bug I've found so far is: https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1685642

Crash report IDs: bp-a3753677-5688-4033-a07a-118d80230103 bp-62703edd-f2a4-43c6-99bc-534090230103 bp-2d3d4bc5-a6d5-4c40-97dc-4243d0230103 bp-12fde33c-d116-4260-bd03-2f20c0230103 bp-b9cd92ec-9ba2-48ce-9865-24f480230103 bp-2b3e7f19-b849-4925-b615-c91f80230103 bp-2e8f2547-1c48-4108-b1ad-08fc70230103 bp-81d5c506-56d3-44fc-960c-6dd290230103 bp-2b743b56-63e8-4af8-9fc2-4d22b0230103 bp-a22058c8-6a01-4fd6-962f-2ad060230103 bp-8c295841-be88-4c11-a2c4-03e840221231 bp-dd558f7e-07a6-403a-89e2-c77bc0221231 bp-f3fad425-96ac-49dc-8761-584ef0221231 bp-6d0cd222-79f1-4018-bfed-4e3b10221231 bp-3737010b-6643-498a-ae2d-058b00221231 bp-e5075232-14c2-4c2e-8eb5-485bf0221231 bp-63dd2f58-9999-4dbd-a72f-e7a520221231 bp-771344f7-1c3c-4b93-99ed-24fb10221231 bp-5608cb88-4378-4cb7-b1c9-dd7630221231 bp-b3f2900f-9003-4497-9ba9-5678f0221228 bp-05c9684b-ec01-4281-8418-722cb0221224 bp-5e2a5302-5b3f-4c49-8441-bdfc00221212 bp-1464836e-5cff-447b-a6f1-5ad9f0221120 bp-e96f8a88-9499-4d84-87aa-559a90221120

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Firefox no longer remembers last position on screen

I'm using Manjaro Linux and I place Firefox in a particular position on the screen. In the previous version, just before 122.0, Firefox would "remember" the last positio… (xem thêm)

I'm using Manjaro Linux and I place Firefox in a particular position on the screen. In the previous version, just before 122.0, Firefox would "remember" the last position on the screen. Now when it starts up, the window is in the middle of the screen and not to the top left as when it was shut down. Anyone else notice this?

Được hỏi bởi sectre 1 tháng trước

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FF trying to save/update local website (e.g. 20.200.30.200) is broken. It think it confuses other website!?

Every day when I go to work with my laptop which has Fedora 36 installed, I open up Firefox in order to fill the "IT Checklist" where I need to visit a couple of local in… (xem thêm)

Every day when I go to work with my laptop which has Fedora 36 installed, I open up Firefox in order to fill the "IT Checklist" where I need to visit a couple of local intranet websites in order to fill upbound threshold and inbound threshold.

I see weird Firefox behavior when it comes to, "Firefox remembering past logins". Let's say, I went to a website that has a URL like 20.200.30.200, and a password 1234.

Every time I try to log in to this website, Firefox asks if I want to update my password !! Something which I don't understand. Neither I am changing the password, nor I have written a different password to update with.

Every time Firefox try to update the password of this website with a random long string of character, which is out of my mind. I have to be careful each time and press "Don't Update" option.

On a normal website (let's say Facebook.com) there is no such problem. But when it comes to a local website, Firefox behaves very differently.

There is another website called 20.0.20.1. Its username is root and the password is 4321. But when I try to login in, only the password section is auto-filled, the username section needs to manually be written. Even though about:logins see both domains saving their respective username and password, when it comes to serving users, it sucks misbehave a lot.

Clearly, there is a fundamental problem in Firefox when it comes to handling how logins are saved and served to the user.

I really hope that Firefox 109 fixes this issue and handles the local website properly.

Được hỏi bởi Pranav 1 năm trước

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Profile lock prevents launch on workstations with shared remote home

I am using Firefox in a Linux environment with multiple workstations, where I may be logged into more than one workstation at once. The workstations have an auto-mounted … (xem thêm)

I am using Firefox in a Linux environment with multiple workstations, where I may be logged into more than one workstation at once. The workstations have an auto-mounted home file system such that my home directory (including my Firefox profile directory) are shared.

Because of this, when I try to launch Firefox on a second workstation, I get an error saying "Firefox is already running but is not responding". I have read the support articles about this issue, and other community support threads, but none of them address this use case.

I wish to use the same profile, so that I still have all my bookmarks and such, and have them continue to stay up-to-date. How can I do so in this environment?

Được hỏi bởi tmorris4 3 tuần trước

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Can't visit FoxNews.

If I visit foxnews.com, it won't load but I can view all other major news sites. There are no messages of any sort, the browser just "spins" as if it's loading, but stays… (xem thêm)

If I visit foxnews.com, it won't load but I can view all other major news sites. There are no messages of any sort, the browser just "spins" as if it's loading, but stays blank.

I've cleared the cache, restarted, to no avail. I am not running any VPN's nor add blockers, but the problem still persists. I am running 102.6.0esr on Linux.

Được hỏi bởi gg 1 năm trước

Lần cuối trả lời bởi jonzn4SUSE 1 năm trước

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The list of available search engines is changed after each Firefox ESR update

I would like to know if it's possible to keep the user preferences regarding the available search engines when Firefox Extended Support Release is updated. Now, after eac… (xem thêm)

I would like to know if it's possible to keep the user preferences regarding the available search engines when Firefox Extended Support Release is updated. Now, after each update my preferred search engine is removed from the list. Thank you in advance.

Được hỏi bởi lucchesi.esteban 1 năm trước

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On OpenBSD, display preference is lost each time FF is updated

I have a home desktop running OpenBSD -current (snapshots), and FIreFox is obtained from the OpenBSD package system. When I update to a new snapshot and updated packages… (xem thêm)

I have a home desktop running OpenBSD -current (snapshots), and FIreFox is obtained from the OpenBSD package system.

When I update to a new snapshot and updated packages, the preferred display setting (dim) is lost. I don't have to log in again, but I have to reset the display.

I don't know where that selection is stored, but I'd like to make it persistent.

Được hỏi bởi ed99 1 năm trước

Lần cuối trả lời bởi Terry 1 năm trước

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Banking websites are updated to not support Firefox

LMDE 5 Cinnamon 5.2.7 Kernel 5.10.0-16-amd64 AMD FX-8350 8 core processor 4 31.4GiB HD 7164 GB AMD Curacao Pro (Radeon R7 370/R9 270/370 OEM) I am currently using Firefo… (xem thêm)

LMDE 5 Cinnamon 5.2.7 Kernel 5.10.0-16-amd64 AMD FX-8350 8 core processor 4 31.4GiB HD 7164 GB AMD Curacao Pro (Radeon R7 370/R9 270/370 OEM)

I am currently using Firefox 91.12.0esr (64bit) [tried to copy and paste the version, but "About Mozilla Firefox" prohibits copy, so I had to split the screen to make sure I typed it in correctly]

Many websites that have been successfully used for decades with Firefox in Linux are no longer supporting Firefox. Their updates seem to vary in effect. Most I use will not allow Firefox to enter the password. Some websites detect your browser and display the message that Firefox is not supported and some functions will not work. Other posts describe the functions that do not work for them. This is seemingly not unique as I was playing Wizard101 for four years with Wine under Linux and now I am unable to log into their game. I can log into their website, so my account is still active, but I do not have Windows or Mac operating systems to use even if I could figure out how to use a virtual machine.

The only solution I have is to use the Web 3.38.2 browser / WebKitGTK 2.36.4, but most other browsers should function properly.

Although I have been using Firefox as my favorite browser for more than two decades, it seems that Firefox is no longer supported. Even the https://www.247freepoker.com/ game freezes after a few rounds.

There was a post that claimed a fix, but did not explain how to turn it on. I already checked my firewall settings and internet connectivity settings even though it did not seem to be the cause of the problem.

Được hỏi bởi guest26118280 1 năm trước

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[Firefox 104.0.2 Linux 64x] Memory leak when Ctrl+S

[Firefox 104.0.2 Linux 64x] Memory leak when Ctrl+S After Ctrl + S, hundreds save dialog shows up and stack together. You can see the shadow effect on the edge of the di… (xem thêm)

[Firefox 104.0.2 Linux 64x] Memory leak when Ctrl+S

After Ctrl + S, hundreds save dialog shows up and stack together. You can see the shadow effect on the edge of the dialog box is darkened due to stacking of the dialog boxes. CPU usage will jump to 110%.

Not sure what causes this...

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Whatsapp and other sites reload after some minutes of inactivity

Ok, there might exist a solution to this, but I am not able to find it or even a better way to explain it. So, the main issue is, I have a lots of tabs open on my Firefo… (xem thêm)

Ok, there might exist a solution to this, but I am not able to find it or even a better way to explain it.

So, the main issue is, I have a lots of tabs open on my Firefox (Linux) and after some minutes of inactivity, Firefox automatically deletes all the data associated with that site.

So, when I switch back to that site, it reloads.

The main issue is with Whatsapp Web, as I don't get notification if I don't switch to the tab every now and then.

There might be a option for this behavior in the settings but I can't seem to find it.

Please help me find a solution.

Thanks

Được hỏi bởi Mudit Mahajan 1 năm trước

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slow opening of external links

Using firefox version 102.3.0esr (64-bit) on openSUSE Leap. Since a couple of weeks the opening of external links by clicking a link from any application or when running … (xem thêm)

Using firefox version 102.3.0esr (64-bit) on openSUSE Leap. Since a couple of weeks the opening of external links by clicking a link from any application or when running firefox <url> is taking about 5 seconds when the browser is already open. This was always instantly and still is on same setup on laptop machine, both are updated to the most recent OS packages.

I've tried safe-mode, new profile, copied profile from the laptop, searched online for references but so far I can't pinpoint what the issue seems to be.

Any kind of information as to resolving this issue would be greatly appreciated.

Được hỏi bởi dutchguy69 1 năm trước

Lần cuối trả lời bởi jonzn4SUSE 1 năm trước

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firefox is not using my configured cursor in ubuntu.

Normally when I am not using Firefox My cursor is different (I have changed it in settings). Yet when I use Firefox It changes to Ubuntu's Default cursor. I don't know wh… (xem thêm)

Normally when I am not using Firefox My cursor is different (I have changed it in settings). Yet when I use Firefox It changes to Ubuntu's Default cursor. I don't know what type of information is required but I will happily provide them if you tell me about them.

Được hỏi bởi Syed Muhammad Hussain 1 năm trước

Lần cuối trả lời bởi jonzn4SUSE 1 năm trước

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How to tust local files?

I am setting up a homepage called bento and every time I open the page it shows "Allow this local file to access your location?" with no "always allow" function. Anyone g… (xem thêm)

I am setting up a homepage called bento and every time I open the page it shows "Allow this local file to access your location?" with no "always allow" function. Anyone got any ideas?

Được hỏi bởi owenwells2009 1 năm trước

Lần cuối trả lời bởi Terry 1 năm trước

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DNS question about local names and PiHole.

Declarations: FF -> FireFox. IOT -> internet thingy that is an appliance, etc. Story: I have PIHOLE as my DNS and run mostly RasPi machines. I have a "smart" TV… (xem thêm)

Declarations: FF -> FireFox. IOT -> internet thingy that is an appliance, etc.

Story:

I have PIHOLE as my DNS and run mostly RasPi machines. I have a "smart" TV and other devices that "Call home" a lot. PIHOLE is used to block them and it seems to be working. My main machine is a Ubuntu machine.

All machines point to PIHOLE as their DNS server - rather than the router, as it makes see who is doing what harder.

Things seem to be working, but then "this" happens. Upfront: I have `/etc/host` files on all pi's and the Ubuntu machine. Not sure that is good or bad, but it may be important. It is (for now) only computer names, not any other IOT devices.

PIHOLE supports a DNS thing where I can name devices on my network like with the `etc/host` file, but it is central to all machines on the network. OR SO I THOUGHT!

Now as much as you are now thinking: "That's a PIHOLE problem", it is and it isn't.

Here's why:

I make an entry in the DNS table of PIHOLE for `arlec1 - IP 192.1168.0.1` (I can't remember the exact address, but for the sake of.)

I can now `ping arlec1` and I get replies and it is correct IP address.

The idea (story) is that rather than enter the IP address, I enter the name. Further disclosure: I have NEVER UNTIL NOW used that in the browser. It is more for when I need to access them from a CLI/Terminal. It works.

I'm getting lazy. It dawned on me that I can use the name to get to my device's web page and it would save a lot of typing. (It didn't - it cost me two days or more of confusion.)

`arlec1` is NOT on any of the local machine's `/etc/host` files. I'm trying to use PIHOLE as the main DNS server. (Again: "Why are you asking here?" Sorry, I am putting all the cards on the table so you know the story up to now.)

`ping arlec1`. NOTHING. It just failed. `dig arlec1` went to 8.8.8.9 - or the "main" DNS server I use. It wasn't going through PIHOLE's DNS - for some reason. and it never got an "ANSWER". `dig PIHOLE arlec1` works. I see the correct IP address and pings are working. (skipping a bit here)

Now that it is working I open a FF page and enter `arlec1` into the URL and press enter. It goes to "Mr google". HOWEVER! If I enter: `http://arlec1` it works.

Thought!

I have/had the option to have the search and URL combined. I unticked that and tried. (Didn't exit FF, I have about 40 windows and a few hundred tabs open, it is slow doing that.) I now have a separate (and visible - so I'm guessing it should be handled separately now) URL and search areas.

STILL FAILS and goes to mr google if I don't prefix it with `http://`

Kinda defeats the purpose - doesn't it?

There seems to be an elephant hiding close by, but I don't see it.

Could someone help me get my head around what is going on and what is causing this from a FF point of view?

Được hỏi bởi teeny_weeny 1 năm trước

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Unable to load certains website or to login or captcha not working when my profile (using sync) is loaded

I am mainly using firefox (108 at this time) in Linux Mint and I have sync setup with some others systems (even older linux distribs with icewease and windows). I have a… (xem thêm)

I am mainly using firefox (108 at this time) in Linux Mint and I have sync setup with some others systems (even older linux distribs with icewease and windows). I have a lot of trouble with certain sites when my profile '~/.mozilla/firefox' is loaded and my sync account is connected or not. (seems to be related to javascript or similar - some wait circles never stop and nothing is displayed) I assume I have something corrupted in the profile. If move .mozilla/firefox profile and starts from scratch those websites are working good.

But I have a lot of bookmarks and does not want to restart from scratch. I already did that one year ago and it seems it when I restore sync when the problems arise.

Any idea?

Được hỏi bởi Clément 1 năm trước

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