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EC_ERROR_REVOKED_CERTIFICATE

Hi When I use Firefox to act as a browser to search for topics I get the error message EC_ERROR_REVOKED_CERTIFICATE I am now having to use "Bing" to search This has… (jàng ci lu gën a bari)

Hi

When I use Firefox to act as a browser to search for topics I get the error message

EC_ERROR_REVOKED_CERTIFICATE

I am now having to use "Bing" to search

This has been going on for a long time

Thanks Gareth

Asked by Gareth George am na 1 fan

Last reply by jscher2000 - Support Volunteer am na 1 fan

History is unavailable

Hi When I select the "History" option it doesn't go any further. The "Bookmarks" and "Downloads" options are working as normal. Th e problem has been for 24 hours. Than… (jàng ci lu gën a bari)

Hi

When I select the "History" option it doesn't go any further. The "Bookmarks" and "Downloads" options are working as normal. Th e problem has been for 24 hours.

Thanks Gareth

Asked by Gareth George am na 1 fan

previous browser and tab history by date

My old 'Legion' laptop had my (I'd guess) open tabs history from late June! I now have a new laptop, and I logged into Firefox, and didn't see all history from June. I ne… (jàng ci lu gën a bari)

My old 'Legion' laptop had my (I'd guess) open tabs history from late June! I now have a new laptop, and I logged into Firefox, and didn't see all history from June. I need those 'previous' sessions... Where are They??

Asked by Kevin am na 1 ayu-bis

Last reply by jscher2000 - Support Volunteer am na 1 fan

Adds on Firefox start up

Past few times now every single time i boot up my PC, Firefox instantly opens itself and immidietly redirects me to a add. It's been casinos etc, i've disabled my addons … (jàng ci lu gën a bari)

Past few times now every single time i boot up my PC, Firefox instantly opens itself and immidietly redirects me to a add. It's been casinos etc, i've disabled my addons just in case that is what was causing the issue also i do not have Firefox set to instantly open on PC start up either yet it does for some reason.

Asked by sampapa12 am na 2 fan

Last reply by TechHorse am na 1 fan

Erase middle toolbar above address bar and below menu bar (highlighted in yellow)

I never use tabs, so dunno when this invaded my browser but all of a sudden there's a list of tabs going from left to right - starting with the website I am on (e g this … (jàng ci lu gën a bari)

I never use tabs, so dunno when this invaded my browser but all of a sudden there's a list of tabs going from left to right - starting with the website I am on (e g this one - ``Get Support - Mozilla Support).

I do not need a 3/4 inch bar telling me TWICE what I can see ONCE already on the address bar. I have researched Firefox Support for a week now and things like the ``chromecss file have nothing to do with it and neither solve the problem no r escalate to somebody who can.

Asked by jway01 am na 1 fan

Firefox source code length

Hi, just for understanding: Why can the Firefox source code (view-source) of a website be nearly three times the size compared with Chrome/Opera or when I save the Fire… (jàng ci lu gën a bari)

Hi,

just for understanding:

Why can the Firefox source code (view-source) of a website be nearly three times the size compared with Chrome/Opera or when I save the Firefox source code marked and copied and then pasted and saved via an editor?

Example: Firefox 546,6 KiB Chrome/Opera 204,3 KiB via Editor 204,3 KiB (marked and copied Firefox source code)

Best

Peter

Asked by Jan_de_Jan am na 1 fan

Last reply by Jan_de_Jan am na 1 fan

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Which version of Firefox should I use and why?

I have an iMac with Sonoma 14.3.1 with Firefox 115.9.1 esr . It is for personal use, not for a business. I just learned that there is another Firefox version (124.0.2) w… (jàng ci lu gën a bari)

I have an iMac with Sonoma 14.3.1 with Firefox 115.9.1 esr . It is for personal use, not for a business. I just learned that there is another Firefox version (124.0.2) which is not esr....

Which version should I use and why?

If I should use the "normal" version, how do I replace the esr version with the "normal" one ?

Thanks.

Asked by Sue am na 2 weer

Answered by cor-el am na 2 weer

Location

I live in the UK and recently when going to the BBC.co.uk I get the website as BBC.com after a few seconds. I know that I usually see .com when overseas and this is norma… (jàng ci lu gën a bari)

I live in the UK and recently when going to the BBC.co.uk I get the website as BBC.com after a few seconds. I know that I usually see .com when overseas and this is normal. Why has this started happening while I am still in the United Kingdom?

Asked by herman1rg am na 3 fan

Last reply by herman1rg am na 2 fan

Firefox updated to 127 even though I indicated not to

I first mentioned this in r/Firefox, and was asked to re-post here. My FF just updated to 127.0.1 even though I have "Check for updates but let you choose to install the… (jàng ci lu gën a bari)

I first mentioned this in r/Firefox, and was asked to re-post here.

My FF just updated to 127.0.1 even though I have "Check for updates but let you choose to install them" and told it to wait. This was on a Windows 11 box. Everything seemed fine, but then one of my tabs crashed. I selected the reload tab option, at which point it informed me it could not load the tab because a background update had happened and I was now required to restart Firefox.

I'm not certain what version of FF I was on, I believe it was either 126 or 126.0.1.

Now, to be completely fair, I cannot with 100% certainty say that I clicked on the update later option. That said, as I _did not want to update then_, and I have put off the update before, it seems unlikely I would have made the mistake, but I wasn't recording everything I did so I can't play it back and prove it. My initial reaction was to associate it with the tab crashing somehow, as everything was working as expected right up until that moment.

Thanks

Asked by pobox3 am na 2 ayu-bis

Last reply by pobox3 am na 2 fan

Firefox Can’t Open This Page To protect your security, www.nifc.gov will not allow Firefox to display the page if another site has embedded it. To see this page, you need to open it in a new window.

Edge and Chrome directly open embedded government pages, such as https://www.nifc.gov and https://hazards.fema.gov/nri/map, that "Firefox Can't Open." "To protect your s… (jàng ci lu gën a bari)

Edge and Chrome directly open embedded government pages, such as https://www.nifc.gov and https://hazards.fema.gov/nri/map, that "Firefox Can't Open." "To protect your security," Firefox requires each to be opened in a new window. This is an incentive for users to switch to Edge or Chrome and stop using Firefox. All .gov pages should be safe to open even if they do not "utilize x-frame options or a content security policy to control whether other websites can embed them."

Asked by fire am na 2 fan

Last reply by fire am na 2 fan