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I downloaded the new improved Firefox and all my pictures posted this year are gone. I asked Mozilla for help and of course like I thought an effing robot must have answered me. This is because Mozilla washed their hands of the problem and the robot (obviously uneducated) gave me a song and dance about how this is MY fault and Mozilla is completely blameless. Mozilla is using the old operator error routine we hear so often when a company can’t be bothered to help a customer. Now I am faced with $50 an hour to have a TRUSTED computer repair person to sort this out. Don’t ever ask Mozilla for help, their uneducated robot will just say it’s your problem. Perhaps I should have just stayed with Google Chrome, at least they tried to give an intelligent answer and not give up on their customer and blame the customer for the problem. I think this is on page 35 of the Mozilla customer service manual. When you don’t know the answer just blame the user and move on to a simpler question. An uneducated answer is better than no answer at all. Let the user pay someone to fix the problem caused by Mozilla. Good luck if you ask them anything, best not to waste your time and go to someone private or a grade 9 student that knows more about Mozilla and computers than Mozilla itself does.

I downloaded the new improved Firefox and all my pictures posted this year are gone. I asked Mozilla for help and of course like I thought an effing robot must have answered me. This is because Mozilla washed their hands of the problem and the robot (obviously uneducated) gave me a song and dance about how this is MY fault and Mozilla is completely blameless. Mozilla is using the old operator error routine we hear so often when a company can’t be bothered to help a customer. Now I am faced with $50 an hour to have a TRUSTED computer repair person to sort this out. Don’t ever ask Mozilla for help, their uneducated robot will just say it’s your problem. Perhaps I should have just stayed with Google Chrome, at least they tried to give an intelligent answer and not give up on their customer and blame the customer for the problem. I think this is on page 35 of the Mozilla customer service manual. When you don’t know the answer just blame the user and move on to a simpler question. An uneducated answer is better than no answer at all. Let the user pay someone to fix the problem caused by Mozilla. Good luck if you ask them anything, best not to waste your time and go to someone private or a grade 9 student that knows more about Mozilla and computers than Mozilla itself does.

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You originally posted your question on the Firefox for iOS forum and didn't give details in your question about what kind of pictures this is about, so it is hard to give suggestions on how to deal with this issue.

Is this about photos you downloaded and stored on a mobile device or computer or about links (bookmarks) to access images stored on an internet server as Firefox doesn't store images, but can keep a history and download log ?