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Reinstalled Firefox and got new monitor. Now webpages don't load properly.

I had issues with Firefox and reinstalled it. My monitor was cracked so bought a new monitor. Now web pages don't load properly. If on a message board or looking at email… (funda kabanzi)

I had issues with Firefox and reinstalled it. My monitor was cracked so bought a new monitor. Now web pages don't load properly. If on a message board or looking at emails, lines separating each post or email are missing. This happens throughout the web. separating lines, boxes are missing. It's like 90% of the page loads and then some parts don't. I've tried all the troubleshooting answers from Mozilla. Nothing works. Never had this issue for years of using Firefox. All of a sudden, web pages all look different. It can't be the monitor because the computer tells the monitor what to display. So something must have changed when I reinstalled Firefox. I've added a picture below of how the Ticketmaster page loads. It would always show each individual seat. Now most of the empty seats have disappeared along with the line separating each row. Makes it almost impossible to decipher the webpage. The blue dots are seats still for sale. The empty rows should also have dots representing each and every seat, but now only about 50% of the seats actually display. Anyone have any ideas on what is going wrong? Driving me absolutely crazy. Ruined my ability to surf the web. Every page is missing something. Usually separating lines. Any ideas?

Asked by centralpark212 6 ezinsukwini ezidlule

Last reply by centralpark212 4 ezinsukwini ezidlule

Firefox stops working when I use Quilbot Grammar Checker

I get a message saying that the Quilbot site is slowing Firefox down. then all I can do is to turn the computer off altogether. Nothing else works. Not Alt Ctr Dlt to get… (funda kabanzi)

I get a message saying that the Quilbot site is slowing Firefox down. then all I can do is to turn the computer off altogether. Nothing else works. Not Alt Ctr Dlt to get to Task Manager even.

Asked by themarshcats 2 ezinsukwini ezidlule

Last reply by themarshcats 2 ezinsukwini ezidlule

Partial crash recovery of Firefox Windows and tabs

I had a partial crash of Firefox browser where some windows with multiple tabs closed. I believe it was caused by my processor overheating. After correcting my processo… (funda kabanzi)

I had a partial crash of Firefox browser where some windows with multiple tabs closed. I believe it was caused by my processor overheating. After correcting my processor overheating issue and restarting, the remaining windows that were open before the reboot restored as the previous session but the windows and tabs that crashed did not recover. Would those be backed up anywhere?

Asked by maier.orders 2 ezinsukwini ezidlule

And Firefox is a "good deal" . . .?

So, here's how CenturyLink responded to my recent "cry for help" (as Rick Astley sang . . .). I am sorry to hear of the issues you faced trying to find an email address f… (funda kabanzi)

So, here's how CenturyLink responded to my recent "cry for help" (as Rick Astley sang . . .).

I am sorry to hear of the issues you faced trying to find an email address for CenturyLink. There is a known issue with Firefox not working with our website. The best way to access our website is by using Google Chrome and making sure the pop up blockers are not activated. Unfortunately, as the issue is with the Firefox browser, there is nothing we can do to fix that issue.

Well, guess it's time . . . after all these years . . . to rethink my interest in Firefox, eh?

Asked by Hikermann 4 ezinsukwini ezidlule

FF 101 Blocks XML file backups saved from my router.

My software router isn't configured with a certificate so when I log in to router settings via its webGUI using my local domain IP address 192.168.*.* I get and accept th… (funda kabanzi)

My software router isn't configured with a certificate so when I log in to router settings via its webGUI using my local domain IP address 192.168.*.* I get and accept the insecure message and can edit the router settings. However when I save the router configuration to my hard drive I get the file name placeholder with zero bytes. Obviously that's bad news if you go back to the XML file and find zero bytes. I tried adding 192.168.*.* to FF site exceptions. That gets the Webgui past the warning messages but the XML backup file the router wants to save is still zero bytes. This doesn't happen with Chrome.

What can I do?

Thanks

Asked by jimbo100 6 ezinsukwini ezidlule