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Youtube CORS error for googlevideo.com site

when i wanna open a page on youtube, i got some errors like below in my console window: ``` Cross-Origin Request Blocked: The Same Origin Policy disallows reading the r… (jàng ci lu gën a bari)

when i wanna open a page on youtube, i got some errors like below in my console window:


``` Cross-Origin Request Blocked: The Same Origin Policy disallows reading the remote resource at https://rr3---sn-p5qlsndd.googlevideo.com/videoplayback?expire=1716635853&ei=bXRRZsXhJonb6dsPr4S9gAo&ip=104.237.233.106&id=o-AAWbYs_c1wgN4MrU7OqKDoN_4E89qYQsMLYgu196ZLvi&source=youtube&requiressl=yes&xpc=EgVo2aDSNQ%3D%3D&mh=Wx&mm=31%2C26&mn=sn-a5msenle%2Csn-p5qlsndd&ms=au%2Conr&mv=u&mvi=4&pl=25&spc=UWF9f9R71vLfm1F-HqlKYmIsTmmQ76vISxWKiaa8DnBJ1RFYdP1uqbuRYDqk&svpuc=1&ns=nZ43uaQFzt5gq9VgUw-rDA0Q&sabr=1&rqh=1&mt=1716613539&fvip=3&keepalive=yes&c=WEB&smc=1&n=DtTlBfhfTkjbJA&sparams=expire%2Cei%2Cip%2Cid%2Csource%2Crequiressl%2Cxpc%2Cspc%2Csvpuc%2Cns%2Csabr%2Crqh&sig=AJfQdSswRQIgBpryxlELSlbPjito5Ju6_RfQzqVcw10u03ydIYI41lcCIQCgk-eJSUpHsjpfCC08Zif4lFJZY3GVMbfofGXPQsdZcw%3D%3D&lsparams=mh%2Cmm%2Cmn%2Cms%2Cmv%2Cmvi%2Cpl&lsig=AHWaYeowRgIhAPqP6gckt5GXH-fLEv5Cg2vcg7upBxPU4Doh2zshdgCNAiEAqrP-9k3ySo7QyYhqQCESvz0lC8laHox06_kyE8r-oYo%3D&cpn=RZMRM0hX5vjkksRu&cver=2.20240524.00.00&fallback_count=1&rn=27. (Reason: CORS request did not succeed). Status code: (null).


Cross-Origin Request Blocked: The Same Origin Policy disallows reading the remote resource at https://rr4---sn-a5msenle.googlevideo.com/videoplayback?expire=1716635853&ei=bXRRZsXhJonb6dsPr4S9gAo&ip=104.237.233.106&id=o-AAWbYs_c1wgN4MrU7OqKDoN_4E89qYQsMLYgu196ZLvi&source=youtube&requiressl=yes&xpc=EgVo2aDSNQ%3D%3D&mh=Wx&mm=31%2C26&mn=sn-a5msenle%2Csn-p5qlsndd&ms=au%2Conr&mv=u&mvi=4&pl=25&spc=UWF9f9R71vLfm1F-HqlKYmIsTmmQ76vISxWKiaa8DnBJ1RFYdP1uqbuRYDqk&svpuc=1&ns=nZ43uaQFzt5gq9VgUw-rDA0Q&sabr=1&rqh=1&mt=1716613539&fvip=3&keepalive=yes&c=WEB&smc=1&n=DtTlBfhfTkjbJA&sparams=expire%2Cei%2Cip%2Cid%2Csource%2Crequiressl%2Cxpc%2Cspc%2Csvpuc%2Cns%2Csabr%2Crqh&sig=AJfQdSswRQIgBpryxlELSlbPjito5Ju6_RfQzqVcw10u03ydIYI41lcCIQCgk-eJSUpHsjpfCC08Zif4lFJZY3GVMbfofGXPQsdZcw%3D%3D&lsparams=mh%2Cmm%2Cmn%2Cms%2Cmv%2Cmvi%2Cpl&lsig=AHWaYeowRgIhAPqP6gckt5GXH-fLEv5Cg2vcg7upBxPU4Doh2zshdgCNAiEAqrP-9k3ySo7QyYhqQCESvz0lC8laHox06_kyE8r-oYo%3D&cpn=RZMRM0hX5vjkksRu&cver=2.20240524.00.00&rn=1. (Reason: CORS request did not succeed). Status code: (null). ```

Asked by alex am na 12 waxtu

Last reply by alex am na 12 waxtu

Cannot drag tab to detach it from the current window

After updating to the current version of my OS(listed below) I can no longer drag a tab to detach it from the firefox window. Doing so drags a preview of the tab, but it … (jàng ci lu gën a bari)

After updating to the current version of my OS(listed below) I can no longer drag a tab to detach it from the firefox window. Doing so drags a preview of the tab, but it is never separated from the current window. I can drag it to an already existing window to move tabs from one window to another, but not to create a new window from a single tab.

OS: Manjaro Linux 24.0.0 Wynsdey Linux kernel version: 6.6.30-2-MANJARO (64-bit) Desktop Environment: KDE Plasma 6.0.4 KDE Framework version: 6.1.0 QT Version: 6.7.0 Display Server: Wayland Firefox version: 125.0.3 (64-bit)

Asked by Erik H am na 2 fan

How do I have site theming ignore OS/browser themes?

Firefox's website appearance settings include a setting to force a light theme, force a dark theme, or to have sites automatically adapt to the theme of the browser. I fe… (jàng ci lu gën a bari)

Firefox's website appearance settings include a setting to force a light theme, force a dark theme, or to have sites automatically adapt to the theme of the browser. I feel that's not exactly what I want. I don't want the browser's theme to have anything to do with themes of the sites I'm viewing, nor to force light or dark. I think I'd rather just use the site's default, or if not that, set a theme on the site itself. Is there any way for Firefox to just not meddle in a site's theming at all?

I kinda just don't want any connection between the theme of my operating system, the theme of my browser, or either of those and the theme of websites, and none to force a theme on any of the others. I'm not sure why that seems so desirable nowadays, but I don't want it.

Asked by Sterrence am na 2 fan

Reconnecting old device pollutes bookmarks with old bookmarks

Sorry to have this same issue again, knowing full well it can happen after finding this some years ago (https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1319823), I tried to c… (jàng ci lu gën a bari)

Sorry to have this same issue again, knowing full well it can happen after finding this some years ago (https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1319823), I tried to carefully connect two older PC devices back to firefox sync, however on one I managed to enable sync before disconnecting my profile (it seemed as if reconnecting sync temporarily was the only way to disconnect a profile from firefox's UI - I should have been more careful and removed the profile from the filesystem level): at which point I polluted the sync server.

I've noticed that `about:sync` has an option under bookmarks/engine actions 'wipe bookmarks', which sounds exactly what I need, and if I watch what happens once pressed it does the right thing and repopulates the sever with the 'correct' PC's bookmark set (when run from that PC), however it also says 'other devices will act like a reset', which i'm finding NOT to be the case: eventually one of my other device repollutes the server with bad bookmarks which propogate.

I'm thinking the culprits are my phones, If I wipe and do a sync on a phone, my phone's bookmarks stay polluted. If i'm right about that, I think my question is: can I wipe my profile (or preferably only my bookmarks) from my phones' Firefox without having to entirely uninstall/reinstall (or do you have any other advice for not re-polluting the server from some already-polluted device's bookmarks?

thanks in advance

Asked by tonywoode am na 1 ayu-bis

Last reply by tonywoode am na 5 fan

HTTP to HTTPS redirect causing issues with webpages is not loading and other certificate shenanigans.

I have to configure a lot of networking equipment! One day I might be working on a brand new piece of equipment and the next day trying to log into some ancient piece of … (jàng ci lu gën a bari)

I have to configure a lot of networking equipment! One day I might be working on a brand new piece of equipment and the next day trying to log into some ancient piece of equipment because I need to change something and I can't replace it yet. I'm having a major issue with the redirect even if I explicitly type HTTP it forces it to HTTPS ( and no I don't have HTTPS everywhere installed I've actually never used it ). I've noticed recently a few updates back now that if the connection cannot succeed it redirects to HTTP but it can hang up in a weird limbo where it thinks the site doesn't exist. There needs to be a toggle for local addresses explicitly typed "HTTP" to try that first. There also needs a toggle to ignore the security issues when accessing the device with a self assigned certificate as every single networking device has a self assigned a certificate and every time I need to change the setting on a router I have to agree even though I have a greed for the last 10 times when I've access the device or I just reset the device and the self signed certificate changed. And I don't know how you're gonna handle this on mobile but it almost makes using a mobile browser useless because I might as well just get the computer out even if all I have to do is change a password, SSID or just check a setting.

So local addresses need an option to lower the warning level for self signed certificates and to obey the typed protocol!

And there's some sort of bug with the Logic that detects a certificate or non-secure site that breaks when the connection drops. The only way I've been able to get around this is to go to the address bar and hit enter as a reload will not work and a reload skipping cash will not work to bring the site back up.

I've had devices that I thought weren't working only to find out they were working fine after 3 or 4 attempts and restarts only to find it's just that firefox thought the site didn't exist anymore.

And I don't have any other options because chrome is even worse with HTTPS once it gets it's vampire fangs in you're stuck it will not let you go back. And safari you might as will be undead.

Finally getting annoyed enough to write some thing as every time you go change your setting reboot device check setting log back in change saying restart log back in and you have to hit except certificate every single time.

And while I'm here Bring back the checkbox to save/ not save the certificate as I might not want to save the certificate when I know I'm going to reset the device and it's going to be totally different in the next 10 minutes. Or I might not want to save it at all like I go to a website that's misconfigured and the certificates not valid for the domain name that it's using.

Asked by iMark77 am na 5 fan

Firefox Getting Unusuable

Hi, this is going to be a long one, so many things... Using Firefox the latest Ubuntu LTS, with the latest Firefox from Snap. I'm a very long term Firefox user, never had… (jàng ci lu gën a bari)

Hi, this is going to be a long one, so many things... Using Firefox the latest Ubuntu LTS, with the latest Firefox from Snap. I'm a very long term Firefox user, never had any real troubles unit recently. I have a vast number of cookies, saved passwords and so on. Reinstalling or deleting cookies or such isn't an option unless fixes are guaranteed to work - if I have to start over then I'll do it with Opera, that is where my grumpiness indicator is at.

The set up is two monitors (working as a single 'screen') attached to an Aspire PC (Aspire X seems to be the model?). I tend to have 'stuff' going on in the left hand monitor, YouTube on the right. The PC is on all day. I know there are log files, but I don't know which is for what or where they are. I use AdBlocker Ultimate.

So what's happening is: Firefox crashes quite often at any time - 'Firefox is not responding - force quit or wait' - always have to quit. There doesn't seem to be any repeatable way to cause this, it seems random.

When the mouse enters the YouTube window (the drawing area, not the actual window) it disappears until the pointer moves out of the window. Jiggling the window size sometimes brings it back, but...

When the mouse pointer actually appears the window is completely unresponsive - clicks don't work, nothing highlights and so on. After somewhere between 10 and 30 seconds things will work for 2 or 3 mouse actions (clicks, drags etc) then do it again. Unless I give it plenty of time, clicking on a video will play a pretty random one - Firefox seems to lose track of where the pointer is.

If I comment on a video the I get about 5 to 10 characters in then nothing happens for 10 to 20 seconds, then any queued characters are shown. Rinse and repeat until the comment is complete - it takes ages.

YouTube is the biggest problem, but there are some glitches in other Firefox windows, I'm supposing that the problems are audio/video related.

None of the above happens with Opera. It's getting to the stage where Firefox is unusable.

I've googled and searched this site but the there seems no solution.

Any help appreciated.

Asked by richardjwatsontsr3 am na 6 fan