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How can I change the sizes of fonts and icons in the Menu and Toolbars?

I'm using Firefox 67.0 under MX Linux. My monitor is 25" with a resolution of 1920x1200. With this resolution, the text and icons in Firefox Menu and Toolbars are tiny an… (xem thêm)

I'm using Firefox 67.0 under MX Linux. My monitor is 25" with a resolution of 1920x1200. With this resolution, the text and icons in Firefox Menu and Toolbars are tiny and almost impossible to read. The Thunderbird add-on Theme and Font Size Changer works reasonably well for Thunderbird, so is there a corresponding add-on for Firefox?

I know that Firefox is largely developed by people who are volunteers, but it seems that a tool, as part of the basic Firefox program, should be available to make these changes without installing add-ons or modifying the code manually. Almost everyone needs to be able to tweak these things at one time or another.

Asked by Warthog-Fan 1 năm trước

Last reply by Sames 9 tháng trước

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Firefox will not load, doing a clean install of Firefox did not fix the problem. Doing a clean install with a fresh profile did not fix the problem either.

I have been having problems with firefox lately. Every time I try to run the program it automatically closes without giving an error message. I am running Windows 10 an… (xem thêm)

I have been having problems with firefox lately. Every time I try to run the program it automatically closes without giving an error message. I am running Windows 10 and this happens in safe mode as well. I have tried doing a clean install of firefox - that did not fix the problem. I tried deleting my profile after uninstalling then doing a fresh install, this did not fix the problem either. I ran a virus scan and did not detect any malware. I don't know what else to try.

Asked by DM 7 tháng trước

Last reply by FredMcD 5 tháng trước

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How do I restore accidentally deleted passwords in Firefox 52 with Windows XP?

I accidentally deleted all my saved passwords in Firefox while intending to delete only one password. I have Firefox version 52, with Windows XP. All of the solutions I h… (xem thêm)

I accidentally deleted all my saved passwords in Firefox while intending to delete only one password.

I have Firefox version 52, with Windows XP. All of the solutions I have found online so far only apply to later versions of Windows (7 and beyond). I understand that my logins.json file is the one which needs to be restored to its earlier condition, but I cannot find any way to do this in Windows XP.

Immediate help requested. Thank you in advance for your assistance.

Asked by DaveSteve 1 năm trước

Last reply by jscher2000 1 năm trước

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unable to enter numeric digits on some websites

i am unable to enter data on numeric required fields on websites...the issue just started few days ago otherwise before that everything was fine...kindly, please help me … (xem thêm)

i am unable to enter data on numeric required fields on websites...the issue just started few days ago otherwise before that everything was fine...kindly, please help me out. Thanking You, Junaid

Asked by junny 1 năm trước

Last reply by cor-el 1 năm trước

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Firefox 63.0 (64-bit Windows 7) won't complete Restart after Update

I'm posting this from my XP machine since I don't want to do anything more on my Windows 7 laptop (where the issue exists) that might cause me untold grief. I had seen th… (xem thêm)

I'm posting this from my XP machine since I don't want to do anything more on my Windows 7 laptop (where the issue exists) that might cause me untold grief. I had seen the message to "Restart Firefox to Update" for several days but was busy doing 'stuff' so I held off. Was also getting messages that Adobe Acrobat Reader had been updated successfully and that I should restart for the update to take effect. Finally, since I wanted to replace my AVG Free AV with ZoneAlarm Internet Security, I decided it was time to close all my active programs, including Firefox, remove AVG Free AV, download and install ZoneAlarm Internet Security and then shut down my laptop in order to install any Windows 7 updates. In order to shut down Firefox while maintaining all my Windows and Tabs, I typically just pull-down the Menu and select 'Exit'. When I open Firefox again, I select 'Restore previous session", my Windows all come up and my tabs are all there and I'm off to the races! However, when I tried that this time, I received a warning that I had 8 Windows open and 441??? tabs (I have a lot but it is nowhere near that number [150 maybe]) in use and they would all be closed if I chose to exit. Since this is my way of remembering all of the things that I am working on at any given time, I DEFINITELY DIDN'T WANT TO DO THAT!! So, the only choice I had seemed to be to click on the "Restart Firefox to Update" button in the "Help" --> "About Firefox" dialog box. However, I did that about 6 hours ago and the little blue 'circle' just keeps 'spinning' and the hard drive access light flashes periodically (more so, within the first 30 minutes or so after clicking on the 'Restart' button) but the 'Restart' has not completed. I guess I will have to abort the update somehow but I don't want to do that part way through a 'Restart' and I DEFINITELY DON'T WANT TO LOSE MY OPEN TABS!!! What should I do to be able to get back to productive work using Firefox?!

Asked by balls69bc 1 năm trước

Last reply by Pj 1 năm trước

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Firefox v64 (64-bit) not displaying Flash content

Flash Player 32.0.0.101 Firefox v64 (64-bit) Windows 10 With this configuration Flash content does not work. On Windows 7 Enterprise, the same version of Flash Player an… (xem thêm)

Flash Player 32.0.0.101 Firefox v64 (64-bit) Windows 10

With this configuration Flash content does not work.

On Windows 7 Enterprise, the same version of Flash Player and Firefox

It looks like it is trying to load under Windows 10 but ultimately what is displayed is a blank screen.

Is anyone else running Windows 10 with Firefox and Flash Player and getting it to work. I cannot post the URL because the application is a inhouse application and requires logging in.

Asked by TonyK59 1 năm trước

Last reply by jscher2000 1 năm trước

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how to get rid of a malware pop-up messages on MacBookPro

When I'm using Firefox, on reputable sites, this screen pops up, along with a bunch of beeps. It appears to be from Firefox, but I assume it isn't. Where is coming from? … (xem thêm)

When I'm using Firefox, on reputable sites, this screen pops up, along with a bunch of beeps. It appears to be from Firefox, but I assume it isn't. Where is coming from? Is is dangerous? How do I get rid of it?

I called Apple support, and they helped me run a scan with MalwareBytes (the scan came up clean), but the problem is still recurring. The Apple support person said to contact Firefox.

Asked by PamCC 1 năm trước

Last reply by Ollie 1 năm trước

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many sites don't work on firefox, even though they used to

I am using Firefox on a Macbook Air -- have for years. since the last couple of updates, a lot of sites aren't working any longer -- I have to switch to Safari to get to … (xem thêm)

I am using Firefox on a Macbook Air -- have for years. since the last couple of updates, a lot of sites aren't working any longer -- I have to switch to Safari to get to my banking site, for instance.

Any ideas?

Jennie

Asked by Jennielp 1 năm trước

Last reply by cor-el 1 năm trước

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The browser crashes ever since it was updated.

I work at a small company who has been using firefox for our work. It has updated and now it crashes and we can't use it. I prefer it over Chrome. Is there a fix? I tried… (xem thêm)

I work at a small company who has been using firefox for our work. It has updated and now it crashes and we can't use it. I prefer it over Chrome. Is there a fix? I tried uninstalling and reinstalling it and listing the website we use as an exception. None of that has worked. this is the crash log: e68fd5de-fd1d-450c-8057-5f41b05940f6 9/7/2018 2:07 PM

bp-11467413-8504-42e0-9338-e4abb0180911 9/11/2018 1:22 PM bp-9b5755c6-3ec1-463d-8b5b-5ebb50180911 9/11/2018 1:21 PM bp-46ca70a6-d3dd-45cb-ac08-4cd390180911 9/11/2018 9:41 AM bp-f1040c0a-e207-4efc-81ef-50dc70180911 9/11/2018 9:12 AM

Asked by ttaylor72 1 năm trước

Last reply by philipp 1 năm trước

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Apple Magic Mouse 2 not working with drop down menus.

With Firefox v62 using the Apple Magic Mouse 2 (MacBook Pro with OSX 10.13) some drop down menus in web sites don't persist. That is, when I click on the title or top wo… (xem thêm)

With Firefox v62 using the Apple Magic Mouse 2 (MacBook Pro with OSX 10.13) some drop down menus in web sites don't persist. That is, when I click on the title or top word in the menu, it will drop down to reveal the options. However, when I let up on the mouse button, the menu list disappears and does not remain or persist. Normally, it would persist with the mouse button in the up position and I could move the mouse pointer down to make a selection. If I click repeatedly on the top of the list, it sometimes will drop down and persist, but there does not seem to be any pattern to this behavior.

The Magic Mouse works fine in Safari and, if I use a different (non-Apple) mouse, the menus in Firefox work OK. I have tried changing the settings of the Magic Mouse but it has had no effect.

I see that others have posted questions about this problem, but no solution was worked out.

Richard

Asked by rmogford 1 năm trước

Last reply by Shadow110 1 năm trước

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Where does Firefox store 'sites visited'?

This refers to Firefox 62.0 running under Windows 10 Pro. In older versions of Firefox, one could effectively purge browsing history, either with a manual 'Clear History'… (xem thêm)

This refers to Firefox 62.0 running under Windows 10 Pro.

In older versions of Firefox, one could effectively purge browsing history, either with a manual 'Clear History' command or by using a third-party utility like Ccleaner. Such a purge would clear any history of Websites visited, such that when you began typing-in a URL in the Address Bar, you'd have to type in the whole name; that is, Firefox would not auto-fill-in the rest of the site name after a few telling keystrokes. Of course some, if not all, search engines can be programmed to suggest sites, but in this case we're not talking about that, only what Firefox does all by itself.

Effective with some fairly recent update, it appears that Firefox will remember sites you've visited, regardless of whether you want it to or not. I can clear all history manually through Tools/Options/Privacy & Security/History: Clear History, plus run Ccleaner with all Firefox options checked. Then, even with the Internet temporarily disconnected, as soon as I type 'e' into the Address Bar, Firefox fills-in eBay.com. Same goes for 'a' and Amazon.com, 'g' and Google.com, and all manner of sites I've visited, even if they are not one of the 'usual suspects.' In fact, if I type in a couple of letters, up comes a site I believe I've visited only once.

From a security and privacy standpoint, this is disconcerting. Not that I have anything sinister to hide, but I tried the same thing with Internet Explorer and it does not do this. Evidently all these site visits are stored somewhere on my machine and cannot easily be purged. If I knew what specific file held this information, I could direct Ccleaner there to wipe it, or simply delete that file manually.

I thought this might have something to do with Bookmarks, that Firefox would look among bookmarked site names and suggest those, but I tested that possibility and it's not that. I can begin typing-in the site name of a bookmarked URL and the auto-fill does not function. But other sites I've visited, that are not bookmarked, will populate with a suggestion or two. Please, what can I do?

Asked by Electrojim 1 năm trước

Last reply by Roland Tanglao 1 năm trước

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Avast Security Browser Extension not staying enabled after upgrading to Firefox 66.0

Yesterday I upgraded to the newest version of Firefox (66.0, 64-bit). I use Avast Antivirus for virus protection, and I noticed after I upgraded to the new version of Fir… (xem thêm)

Yesterday I upgraded to the newest version of Firefox (66.0, 64-bit). I use Avast Antivirus for virus protection, and I noticed after I upgraded to the new version of Firefox and went to go online, the Avast Online Security Browser Extension showed that the automatic blocking of trackers was disabled, so I clicked More Settings and re-checked the things that were previously unchecked (the do not track boxes), afterwhich I clicked Save, and everything was A-OK.

After I was finished, I closed the page I was on.

When I went back in awhile later, the same thing occurred, and I had to do the same thing all over again.

I'm not sure what to do so I don't have to keep repeating the same process over & over again. Any help would be greatly appreciated, as I'm unsure whether this is Firefox-related or Avast-related. I did post over at Avast's forums, too.

Thanks in advance.

Asked by IwakuraLain 1 năm trước

Last reply by Pj 1 năm trước

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What do I need to do to get the lastest version to run on windows 7 home premium?

I have tried several times to load and run the latest Firefox version. I downloaded the 32 bit version. It starts, then nothing happens. I have to close the program in ta… (xem thêm)

I have tried several times to load and run the latest Firefox version. I downloaded the 32 bit version. It starts, then nothing happens. I have to close the program in task manager.

I did not have any issue until the last windows update and Firefox updating.

Asked by socaldave 1 năm trước

Last reply by FredMcD 1 năm trước

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Firefox crashes

where do i start? maybe work backwards--unresponsive, then crashing in safe mode as well. did the safe mode thing because i was getting "not responding"s, sometimes even… (xem thêm)

where do i start? maybe work backwards--unresponsive, then crashing in safe mode as well.

did the safe mode thing because i was getting "not responding"s, sometimes even at startup, other times just randomly--and often crashes--sometimes after unresponsive, sometimes just out of the blue.

firefox has also been very slow for me pretty much since ver. 60+.

can't figure this out.

WTF could be the problem?

would crash report info help? there were many unubmitteds--submitted them all except for the two would not submit--say "failed" and reloading page gives same result. scanning through them randomly, most say EXCEPTION_BREAKPOINT, but i also saw EXCEPTION_STACK_OVERFLOW, EXCEPTION_ACCESS_VIOLATION_READ and EXCEPTION_ILLEGAL_INSTRUCTION. could be more, but i don't have the time to look through all 53 submitted reports from 4 june until now--before that, there were only 11 between 28 may this year and 7 december of 2017.

thanks for any info/advice!

Asked by circe801 12 tháng trước

Last reply by philipp 12 tháng trước

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Just recently firefox shuts down at least 8 times per day. How can I stop this please?

Whether I'm using the computer or not, makes no difference - Firefox simply shuts down multiple times per day. When it happens there is a pop up screen which reads "Firef… (xem thêm)

Whether I'm using the computer or not, makes no difference - Firefox simply shuts down multiple times per day. When it happens there is a pop up screen which reads "Firefox quit unexpectedly. Click Reopen to open the application again. Click Report to see more detailed information and send a report to Apple" Help.... please....

Asked by number1mel 1 năm trước

Last reply by FFus3r 1 năm trước

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I cannot access US Gov't Sites from home using my CAC; certs not seen by Firefox.

I cannot access US Gov't Sites from home using my CAC. With internet explorer, I am able to access US Gov't sites on mail.mil and us.af.mil. I have made my CAC certs av… (xem thêm)

I cannot access US Gov't Sites from home using my CAC. With internet explorer, I am able to access US Gov't sites on mail.mil and us.af.mil. I have made my CAC certs available to windows and even tried to export/import from IE to FF, but that does not work. In FF, there certificates dialogue box shows no personal certificates.

I recently switched to FF on both my home and US Gov't machines and at work I can access the gov't site without a problem, but I am on the .mil network there, so it's not a good comparison.

I am using Windows 7 Pro w/ symantec endpoint protection and ZoneAlarm Firewall on an older Dell 64b machine. I use ActiveClient SmartCard manager, and until now, I've not had a problem in years getting to CAC-enabled gov't websites.

Thanks

Asked by SangerM 1 năm trước

Last reply by jscher2000 1 năm trước

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Drag and drop not working even in safe mode !!!! How to solve this issue other than switching to a other browser

Version: 62.0.2 (64-bit) Drag and drop will not work in Firefox but works in all other browsers I have installed. Tried in safe mode but it still won't work. This is gett… (xem thêm)

Version: 62.0.2 (64-bit)

Drag and drop will not work in Firefox but works in all other browsers I have installed. Tried in safe mode but it still won't work. This is getting ridiculous now as there are so many things that you can't now do in Firefox that it's becoming useless ... you HAVE to give users some room to set their own restrictions otherwise the paranoia will turn the browser into a worthless piece of junk

Asked by Odin The Terrible 1 năm trước

Last reply by cor-el 1 năm trước

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Error code: SEC_ERROR_UNKNOWN_ISSUER

Good morning, I have Firefox 63.0 (64-bit) for ArchLinux. The main article on the firefox website says: MOZILLA_PKIX_ERROR_ADDITIONAL_POLICY_CONSTRAINT_FAILED will be the… (xem thêm)

Good morning,

I have Firefox 63.0 (64-bit) for ArchLinux. The main article on the firefox website says:

MOZILLA_PKIX_ERROR_ADDITIONAL_POLICY_CONSTRAINT_FAILED will be the primary error but with some servers, you may see the error code SEC_ERROR_UNKNOWN_ISSUER instead. In any case, if you come across such a site you should contact the owner of the website to inform them of that problem. We strongly encourage operators of affected sites to take immediate action to replace these certificates.

However the websites that I am having this issue on are large websites like LinkedIn and Reddit, so I'm fairly certain it isn't an issue on the websites side.1

Asked by jtiki 1 năm trước

Last reply by cor-el 1 năm trước

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Password manager does not save login credentials

Greetings, I've tried all avenues that normally resolves the issue of unsaved passwords, including cleaning out caches, running in safe mode etc. In fact, I tried two dif… (xem thêm)

Greetings,

I've tried all avenues that normally resolves the issue of unsaved passwords, including cleaning out caches, running in safe mode etc. In fact, I tried two different MacOSX machines, one running running 10.13.8, the other 10.14.1. Nothing works, Firefox does not offer to save credentials. I thought there might be some new HTML trick to disable login saving I'm not aware of but Safari had no problem saving the password. Any suggestions are appreciated.

Asked by PassoGiau 1 năm trước

Last reply by FredMcD 1 năm trước