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Firefox crashing on startup after performing all recommended trouble shooting steps.

Hi, Today, Firefox appeared to freeze as I was trying to sign into my Hotmail account and then crashed. Subsequent attempts to restart Firefox result in crashes. Usually… (閱讀更多)

Hi,

Today, Firefox appeared to freeze as I was trying to sign into my Hotmail account and then crashed. Subsequent attempts to restart Firefox result in crashes. Usually immediately, sometimes after about a minute.

I have tried "refreshing" Firefox, running in troubleshooting mode, and uninstalling/reinstalling. I also performed the memory test suggested and had no errors.

There are no crash reports in the "Crash Reports" folder.

I have Windows 10 Home, Version 22H2, Build 19045.3693 (not sure if this is helpful or not)

jeffvdp 於 4 個月前 詢問

cor-el 最近回覆於 4 個月前

Is there a way to disable those new "Firefox has updated" tabs after each major update?

Hi. I've used Firefox as my main web browser on desktop computers for over a year now, and it's so far been the best web browser I've used.... except for one issue when i… (閱讀更多)

Hi. I've used Firefox as my main web browser on desktop computers for over a year now, and it's so far been the best web browser I've used.... except for one issue when it comes to major updates to the app.

I have Firefox set to open up on the tab/site I was using before I end a session and close the app. Whenever there is a new major version release, the update gets installed the next time the browser is launched before showing the browser window. But, when the window opens back up, I'm not sent back to the site/tab I was previously using. A new tab automatically opens up to a Mozilla page saying that Firefox has updated, along with a large promotion for another Mozilla service.

I then need to manually close this new tab, and find the tab I was previously using during the last session before the auto-update. This is mildly irritating since it takes some control away over how I want Firefox to start up, and the new update tabs seem to just be used as a way to promote other Mozilla products seeing how the actual "Firefox has updated" text is very small.

Is there a way to turn off these automatic new tabs after every major auto-update? Or if there isn't, could an option to change the way Firefox notifies about updates be added in a future version, such as using the OS' notification option instead of opening a new tab?

Currently running the latest version of Firefox on an iMac, with Mac OS Sonoma.

wb8979 於 4 個月前 詢問

cor-el 最近回覆於 4 個月前

Gin Rummy Plus problems

I have been playing gin rummy plus on my windows 10 pc in my firefox browser with no problem until a few minutes ago when I tried to sign in to the game again. I got this… (閱讀更多)

I have been playing gin rummy plus on my windows 10 pc in my firefox browser with no problem until a few minutes ago when I tried to sign in to the game again. I got this message: Your browser does not support WebGL. The game works fine on my laptop using the same browser. Can anyone tell me how to fix this problem?

Floyd Henderson 於 4 個月前 詢問

zeroknight 最近回覆於 4 個月前

Firefox upgrade from 119 -> 120 results in “broken” screen capture

As of yesterday when I was running v119.0 I was able to screen capture streaming content from Hulu/Netflix etc, this morning after upgrading to v120.0 overnight, that cap… (閱讀更多)

As of yesterday when I was running v119.0 I was able to screen capture streaming content from Hulu/Netflix etc, this morning after upgrading to v120.0 overnight, that capability is now lost. Video and still captures are just a black screen. Please fix!

tomfoley248 於 4 個月前 詢問

zeroknight 最近回覆於 4 個月前

`unable to access my bank account online with your Browser!

I am in Europe. My Bank is in the U.S. I can no longer log on and access my account through this Mozilla Browser. I continually receive this message:\Secure Connection F… (閱讀更多)

I am in Europe. My Bank is in the U.S. I can no longer log on and access my account through this Mozilla Browser.

I continually receive this message:\Secure Connection Failed

"An error occurred during a connection to click-notification.capitalone.com.

   The page you are trying to view cannot be shown because the authenticity of the received data could not be verified.
   Please contact the website owners to inform them of this problem."

This is my ticket (116230) from my initial request.

What can I do?

Janet Newell 於 4 個月前 詢問

Paul 最近回覆於 4 個月前

Update caused bookmarks to disappear

Please help me restore my bookmarks and history - the update seems to have wiped everything clean. PLUS I have multiple Firefox icons appearing in my dock. MacBook Pro. … (閱讀更多)

Please help me restore my bookmarks and history - the update seems to have wiped everything clean. PLUS I have multiple Firefox icons appearing in my dock. MacBook Pro.

larrystillwell 於 4 個月前 詢問

Paul 最近回覆於 4 個月前

Technical Questions about Firefox 120.0 Update

Release notes for Firefox v120.0 https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/120.0/releasenotes/ Among these release notes, "Firefox’s private windows and ETP-Strict privacy c… (閱讀更多)

Release notes for Firefox v120.0 https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/120.0/releasenotes/

Among these release notes, "Firefox’s private windows and ETP-Strict privacy configuration now enhance the Canvas APIs with Fingerprinting Protection, thereby continuing to protect our users’ online privacy." How good or bad is the feature? There's the canvas blocker extension which might now be obsolete, then again without details this is impossible to anser. How exactly does the Canvas API enhance Fingerprinting Protection with this new update? The release notes don't explain that, where do i find details? Firefox should use this for all windows not only private ones.

Among the relase notes, "Firefox is rolling-out Cookie Banner Blocker by default in private windows for users in Germany during the coming weeks. Firefox will now auto-refuse cookies and dismiss annoying cookie banners for supported sites." I'm not german but would still like to use this feature as the cookie agreement popups are extremely annoying and time intensive to dismiss. Apparently in about:config "cookiebanners.service.mode" is the precise setting name. Does it have to be set to "1" to be active? This setting seemingly has the potential to replace extensions such as "Cookie AutoDelete" or uBlockOrigins Filterlists/Easylist cookie notices. Firefox should use this for all windows not only private ones.

Among the release notes: "Firefox has enabled URL Tracking Protection by default in private windows for all users in Germany. Firefox will remove non-essential URL query parameters that are often used to track users across the web." I don't get why this would only be active in private windows and germany. Firefox should use this for all windows not only private ones.

Among the release notes: "Firefox now imports TLS trust anchors (e.g., certificates) from the operating system root store. This will be enabled by default on Windows, macOS, and Android, and if needed, can be turned off in settings (Preferences → Privacy & Security → Certificates)." I've no idea what to think about this, is it a good or bad change and why? Don't try to fool me here, i want honest ansers no BS... is there potential for abuse? If Firefox uses CA's from the OS then what happens to firefox internal CA's, remain unchanged?

Among the release notes: "Firefox supports a new “Copy Link Without Site Tracking” feature in the context menu which ensures that copied links no longer contain tracking information." While this is a welcome change, i'd be much much more useful to replace “Copy Link Without Site Tracking” with “Open Link Without Site Tracking”... Otherwise there's the needless waste of time manually open a new tab and paste the link... This completely lacks any logic if you ask me, why didn't mozilla make it as i suggest above in the first place? Why the manually klick klick waste of time?

Lastly a question unrelated to this update, when RFP is enabled and the browser-screen-size is spoofed, if i go into fullscreenmode by accident, will this expose my true resolution or not?

Delete-Firefox-get-Librewolf 於 4 個月前 詢問

zeroknight 最近回覆於 4 個月前

Your Request Has Been Locked

Hello, My operating system is 64 bit Windows 10. I perform many membership transactions through Semrush.com. But I think semrush blocked me. When I try to log in or beco… (閱讀更多)

Hello,

My operating system is 64 bit Windows 10. I perform many membership transactions through Semrush.com. But I think semrush blocked me. When I try to log in or become a member, I receive a "Your Request Has Been Locked" warning. I uninstall Firefox 64bit and install 32bit and the problem disappears. But I want to use 64 bit again. For this reason, I also did a thorough cleaning with uninstaller programs, but to no avail..

I think Semrush 64bit firefox seems to see something in my program and banned it. How can I change whatever it sees so that it doesn't get blocked?

Infinity Online 於 4 個月前 詢問

zeroknight 最近回覆於 4 個月前

Restore previous session though unchecked always tries to restore previous session on startup. It's annoying! (Revived)

I'm having the exact same problem as what was originally mentioned in this post from 4 years ago. The "chosen solution" was to exit firefox through the hamburger menu,… (閱讀更多)

I'm having the exact same problem as what was originally mentioned in this post from 4 years ago.

The "chosen solution" was to exit firefox through the hamburger menu, which I find to be absolutely ridiculous. You mean to tell me that even though I close EVERY OTHER APPLICATION either using the "X" close button or a custom keybinding that I've set for my own personal convenience, firefox requires me to exit through a menu every time in order to make it behave the way I've told it to? No. Absolutely not. If I tell firefox that I don't want it to save my last session, that means I DON'T WANT IT TO SAVE MY LAST SESSION. If I've deselected the "open previous windows and tabs" option in the settings, then under no circumstances should it be trying to open my previous windows and tabs.

I've tried the suggestion to change the value of browser.sessionstore.max_resumed_crashes from 1 to 0. The problem persists, I assume because firefox considers being closed using the close button to be a "crash", which is interesting.

I the other suggestion further down in the thread was to set browser.sessionstore.resume_from_crash from true to false, which will prevent firefox from recovering a session from a crash. This is hardly an appropriate solution. I want firefox to resume my last session if there is a legitimate (key word LEGITIMATE) crash, because my session was closed against my will due to something that went wrong. Being able to recover my last session in such a situation is nice. I do not, however, want firefox to resume my last session when I explicitly closed the last session myself, which would be the difference between a crash recovery and restoring a previous session. If no crash occurred, I don't need a crash recovery, and aside from a crash, I don't want my previous session to be restored.

Are there any solutions to this at all? Because this is one of the biggest reasons why I stopped using firefox. I want to come back to firefox because everything else that's worth using is either dog shit, or Chromium-based (i.e. also dog shit). However, I find this broken feature to be somewhat of a security issue. If a bad actor somehow gains access to my system, I don't want him to be able to open firefox and have access to my last browser session because I closed firefox using a keyboard shortcut instead of closing it through a goddamned menu.

zoltan955342 於 4 個月前 詢問

zeroknight 最近回覆於 4 個月前

Tesco.com

After years of shopping online with Tesco using Firefox suddenly I can no longer log in to Tesco.com. Just get 'Access Denied. You do not have permission to access------e… (閱讀更多)

After years of shopping online with Tesco using Firefox suddenly I can no longer log in to Tesco.com. Just get 'Access Denied. You do not have permission to access------etc' I am sure that this happened after the last update of Firefox ! Tesco say its not their problem and the problem is with my Firefox browser. Please advise.

LEO 於 4 個月前 詢問

TyDraniu 最近回覆於 4 個月前

After 120 update this week cannot access some sites including my own local NAS either at all, or without going through sveeral warnings

Updated FF Tuesday evening and noticed first on Wednesday when unable to log in to my Tesco food website. Access not allowed from this server or some such. I tried to us… (閱讀更多)

Updated FF Tuesday evening and noticed first on Wednesday when unable to log in to my Tesco food website. Access not allowed from this server or some such. I tried to use the Tesco feedback form and then got alerts both from Avast (saying it was infected) followed by FF refusal to connect. I tried safe mode and removing and adding FF.exe to Avast without change. I reset FF without change. MS Edge allowed access to all these sites without a murmur.

Today i can get to Tesco main site but still not Feedback.

Also my local Synolgy NAS now has a warning that it is dangerous to access from FF. Nothing has been changed in its set up or security. I can and do override and access everything

Something in the Tuesday update has caused this clash. I did think at one point I also saw 120.0.1 being offered but that may have been my confusion.

Happy user of FF fro many years and do not want to change.

prv.hg 於 4 個月前 詢問

zeroknight 最近回覆於 4 個月前

Firefox keeps giving me a message that it can not access the information on website

I am trying to login in to my health insurance website but Firefox keeps giving me a message that it can not access the information at this time. This is not the first ti… (閱讀更多)

I am trying to login in to my health insurance website but Firefox keeps giving me a message that it can not access the information at this time. This is not the first time or the first website that I have had issues with. Do i have to switch to Chrome or Edge?? Is there a setting that will allow me to access the insurance website?? I have used Firefox for years but the past few months it has caused me lots of problems trying to access my accounts on various websites.

rondapierce60 於 4 個月前 詢問

Paul 最近回覆於 4 個月前

'Access Denied' using my Firefox Server - to UK Tesco Accounts

Trying to access my Tesco account but a page saying 'Access Denied on this server' appears. Can you rectify this? I urgently need to login to my Tesco Account. Dr Rober… (閱讀更多)

Trying to access my Tesco account but a page saying 'Access Denied on this server' appears. Can you rectify this? I urgently need to login to my Tesco Account.

Dr Robert Tranter

PS. I have tried to solve the problem for 2 days but no success!

Dr Robert Tranter 於 4 個月前 詢問

cor-el 最近回覆於 4 個月前

Youtube bottom left corner URL won't go away - full solution

Moderators, I am copy and pasting the below warning I have seen on similar posts at the top of the post. --- WARNING: This script is not provided by Mozilla and is not o… (閱讀更多)

Moderators, I am copy and pasting the below warning I have seen on similar posts at the top of the post.

--- WARNING: This script is not provided by Mozilla and is not officially supported Creating a userChrome.css file and other ways of customizing Firefox that are not exposed in the interface are there for developers, not end-users. If it were intended for end-users, you would see a menu option or checkbox; you wouldn't have to hack a text file in a hidden location.

What this means is that even though the functionality you want is no longer supported, a third-party has found a way to do it using the CSS file. If it breaks in new versions, you will need to contact the person who provided the script.

[Warning was not added by moderator, but by me to save someone time.] ---

With that out of the way, here's the issue I have, how I've solved it temporarily for the community.

When I load YouTube videos, I am given a statuspanel message with the URL of the video playing. It's not momentary or temporary, it stays there, the entire time. Why anyone thought this was a good idea, I'm not sure.

My question is simple, is there an alternative solution - to remove this statuspanel message permentantly - to what I'm sharing here, without using the userChrome.css file?

If so, please provide the solution so it can be tested and upvoted by the community, thank you in advance if that is you.

If there is not, then this post also serves as solution as well as a request to Modzila, that being.

Modzilla. Please make a solution that doesn't need custom .css scripts.

I am posting this as I needed multiple posts to achieve a solution so am hoping this serves as that for someone (including myself) until Firefox resolves this issue themselves, another way.

Solution: Windows 7/8/10/11 as of Firefox version 120.0

1. Go to about:config, click Accept the Risk and Continue 2. Type "toolkit.legacyUserProfileCustomizations.stylesheets", toggle this to true 3. Close all instances of Firefox 4. Open Explorer, navigate to %appdata% then navigate down to \Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles and select your profile folder. If you only have 1 it may be obvious, if not for me it's the only "~.default-release" folder, where ~ is a random set or letters and numbers. If you're unsure, pick the first folder named like this, then repeat the next steps for all profile folders, or use trial and error if you prefer until you achieve the desired result. 5. Make a new folder "chrome" in that folder. 6. In this folder make a new .css file, right click make a new .txt file rename the file and extension "userChrome.css". 6. Open the blank .css file with a text editor and paste this line without quotes "#statuspanel {display:none!important;}" and save. 7. Attempt to load videos or pages where messages usually appear in the bottom left and observe the results

There are various other posts both here and other places that I have combined to write this solution, none of the others worked on their own, for me, which is why I write this and to refresh the request to the Modzilla Firefox team, to please, share or make a solution so we don't have to do this, as you'll otherwise need to continue supporting this legacy feature in future versions of Firefox.

Note: This will likely remove all statuspanel messages on other pages too, I have read other statuspanel commands online so if you want to be particular about muting some and not others, you may need to modify the file further.

Conza 於 4 個月前 詢問

zeroknight 最近回覆於 4 個月前

Netflix videos are all green

Since yesterday any streaming services such as Netflix or Hulu will only have green screen for the video. The sound will come through just fine and subtitles. My Wildvi… (閱讀更多)

Since yesterday any streaming services such as Netflix or Hulu will only have green screen for the video. The sound will come through just fine and subtitles. My Wildvine is updated, I've toggled the DRM on and off several times, no changes. My browser has been checked for updates. Not sure what else to try at this point.

amor90200 於 4 個月前 詢問

Terry 最近回覆於 4 個月前

McAfee Popup

I have Firefox as my browser on my laptop. Today I have been getting numerous pop-up messages from McAfee (which I do not have- I use a different web defense app) saying … (閱讀更多)

I have Firefox as my browser on my laptop. Today I have been getting numerous pop-up messages from McAfee (which I do not have- I use a different web defense app) saying I need to renew my subscription or virus detected. Nothing I do gets rid of these pop-ups, which keep coming back (see example below) . How can I stop this from occurring? HELP!!

lawrenceastevens 於 4 個月前 詢問

zeroknight 最近回覆於 4 個月前