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no screen shot in the url bar & slow whe typing in search

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After I updated Firefox, I have been having issues with when I am typing in the search it slows down saying that I have to disable 360 total security. another issue is that on the URL bar where the three dots are there was a drop box and one of those choices was screenshot but now it is not there. What happened??

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The screen shot has been moved to the right mouse button as you hover over a webpage.

In regards to the anit-virus, you may try to re-install it. Sometimes the current install becomes unstable after an application like FF is installed.

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lori4550 said

After I updated Firefox, I have been having issues with when I am typing in the search it slows down saying that I have to disable 360 total security.

Where are you typing when you get this message? For example:

  • Firefox's built-in home page search box
  • Firefox's address bar (above the page)
  • On Google or another search website
  • Somewhere else
another issue is that on the URL bar where the three dots are there was a drop box and one of those choices was screenshot but now it is not there. What happened??

That little ••• menu is getting removed soon, so there is now an optional button for the main part of the toolbar that you can add, in addition to the right-click context menu item and the keyboard shortcut (Ctrl+Shift+S). This article has info on the new button:

Take screenshots on Firefox

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Firefox homepage

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Hmm, that's strange. Does the search box in the Firefox Home page show that you are searching with Google, or Norton, or what does it say? Here's what I mean:

If yours looks very different from that, what address is is loading from? That should be shown in the address bar.

If it is loading from an address starting with moz-extension, then that is a page generated by one of your add-ons. Maybe there are clues on the page to which one it is.

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