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On FF 32 download panel freezes all downlaods at "wait a few more seconds" but they are done.

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This started about a week ago. I upgraded to 32.0b8 to no avail. I close and FF it tries again to re-download all previous download entries...

My add-ins are Download Helper and ABP. My AV is MSE. My PC is a 6gig core i5 Lenovo on Win7-64bit.

This has me puzzled, I run a tight configuration with no malware or toolbars etc.. and I have a good Cisco router with all DNS requests routed through OpenDNS family shield.

Note - After closing FF, I check Process Explorer to make sure it closed right and then run CCleaner. I restart FF and it immediately wants to re-download all files previously in the list... Even though before closing, i verified all files (some PDF's) were downloaded and intact. Also, the X icon in the download panel does nothing now... so after rebooting FF I can select a pending download and hit the delete key and that works... However this is getting old very quickly..  ;-)

This started about a week ago. I upgraded to 32.0b8 to no avail. I close and FF it tries again to re-download all previous download entries... My add-ins are Download Helper and ABP. My AV is MSE. My PC is a 6gig core i5 Lenovo on Win7-64bit. This has me puzzled, I run a tight configuration with no malware or toolbars etc.. and I have a good Cisco router with all DNS requests routed through OpenDNS family shield. Note - After closing FF, I check Process Explorer to make sure it closed right and then run CCleaner. I restart FF and it immediately wants to re-download all files previously in the list... Even though before closing, i verified all files (some PDF's) were downloaded and intact. Also, the X icon in the download panel does nothing now... so after rebooting FF I can select a pending download and hit the delete key and that works... However this is getting old very quickly.. ;-)

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hello muzak24h, this appears to be a reproducible bug in the latest 32 beta 9 version.

a workaround for the moment would be to enter about:config into the firefox address bar (confirm the info message in case it shows up), right-click somewhere on the page and create a new string setting with the name browser.safebrowsing.appRepURL and value https://sb-ssl.google.com/safebrowsing/clientreport/download?key=%GOOGLE_API_KEY%

for reference see bug #1057764 (please don't post in bug reports, but vote for the bug if you want to see it fixed)

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This is what the panel looks like...

This is what the panel looks like...
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Isisombululo Esikhethiwe

hello muzak24h, this appears to be a reproducible bug in the latest 32 beta 9 version.

a workaround for the moment would be to enter about:config into the firefox address bar (confirm the info message in case it shows up), right-click somewhere on the page and create a new string setting with the name browser.safebrowsing.appRepURL and value https://sb-ssl.google.com/safebrowsing/clientreport/download?key=%GOOGLE_API_KEY%

for reference see bug #1057764 (please don't post in bug reports, but vote for the bug if you want to see it fixed)

hello muzak24h, this appears to be a reproducible bug in the latest 32 beta 9 version. a workaround for the moment would be to enter '''about:config''' into the firefox address bar (confirm the info message in case it shows up), right-click somewhere on the page and create a new string setting with the name '''browser.safebrowsing.appRepURL''' and value '''https://sb-ssl.google<i></i>.com/safebrowsing/clientreport/download?key=%GOOGLE_API_KEY%''' for reference see [https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1057764 bug #1057764] (please don't post in bug reports, but vote for the bug if you want to see it fixed)

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Thank You Philipp, that worked right away.

Thank You Philipp, that worked right away.