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1.)Firefox 128, pressing enter into an empty search box no longer loads the default search engine website? How to reset previous search engine settings? 2.) I also notice… (funda kabanzi)

1.)Firefox 128, pressing enter into an empty search box no longer loads the default search engine website? How to reset previous search engine settings? 2.) I also noticed in firefox 128: I've noticed that you can no longer delete previous searches from the search field. Previously you could use the arrow keys to navigate, then press the shift or option key (varies by platform) in combination with Delete to remove old entries.

Asked by Damijan Bauman 4 amahora adlule

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Firefox makes windows blueScreen

Hi. i ran into a broken problem. sometimes when i bootup my pc and start the firefox, My windows crashes immediately. what shuld i do and how i can send the firefox log f… (funda kabanzi)

Hi. i ran into a broken problem. sometimes when i bootup my pc and start the firefox, My windows crashes immediately. what shuld i do and how i can send the firefox log files to mozilla team?

Asked by master.alive 2 emasontweni adlule

Answered by master.alive 4 amahora adlule

Secure site not listed as secure on Firefox

This is a problem I just noticed on Firefox when I went to my website: world-war-2-counterfactual.org/ on the search/address line. Firefox went to the incorrect site of: … (funda kabanzi)

This is a problem I just noticed on Firefox when I went to my website: world-war-2-counterfactual.org/ on the search/address line. Firefox went to the incorrect site of: http://world-war-2-counterfactual.org/ when in fact my site is a secure "https://" site. To test this, I brought up both MS Edge and Google Chrome and typed in: world-war-2-counterfactual.org and both Edge and Chrome went directly to the correct and secure URL. So, why is Firefox going to an incorrect, non-secure URL address? Looks like a browser problem to me. Thank you.

Asked by bloedel 4 amahora adlule

How do I prevent Firefox/duckduckgo from instead of opening a newspaper site (eg: www.nytimes.com), INSTEAD opening the site with "feed" in front of it (eg: feed://www.nytimes.com)?

How do I prevent Firefox/duckduckgo from instead of opening a newspaper site (eg: www.nytimes.com), INSTEAD opening the site with "feed" in front of it (eg: feed://www… (funda kabanzi)

How do I prevent Firefox/duckduckgo from instead of opening a newspaper site (eg: www.nytimes.com), INSTEAD opening the site with "feed" in front of it (eg: feed://www.nytimes.com)?

The web browser does this all the time, and I almost never want the site with "feed:" in front of it.

Advice on how to change the settings to prevent this would be welcome. I suspect this happened with an update but ever since has been continuous.

Only happens on my laptop, not on my iPhone. I have an Apple M1 chip MacBookPro, running MacOS Sonoma 14.5. My Firefox browser is the latest version.

Asked by Oliver Cooperman 4 amahora adlule

Youtube

I’ve tried a few times clicking and opening Youtube bookmark. However, I keep getting a message saying that I can’t connect to the server. Is there something wrong on my… (funda kabanzi)

I’ve tried a few times clicking and opening Youtube bookmark. However, I keep getting a message saying that I can’t connect to the server.

Is there something wrong on my end or, is it just a loading error?

Asked by tureeano4521 16 amahora adlule

Last reply by tureeano4521 5 amahora adlule

Use of a "hyper key"for firefox shortcuts

Hi team/community I'm a macOS Firefox user and i currently have a setup where pressing the CAPS KEY makes so shift - option - command and ctrl are pressed at the same tim… (funda kabanzi)

Hi team/community I'm a macOS Firefox user and i currently have a setup where pressing the CAPS KEY makes so shift - option - command and ctrl are pressed at the same time, this is useful for making keyboard shortcuts that do not interfere with any OS commands or app specific commands. However, it seems like Firefox is unable to accept this combination as a keyboard shortcut for any extension. You can see my issue in my attached picture, is there any way this can be fixed on my part?

Asked by aaronschcolnikelias 5 amahora adlule

Firefox Review Checker

How do I delete, remove, or otherwise disable that garbage "review checker" from the latest firefox update. It's useless, un-needed thing that I don't trust. option to O… (funda kabanzi)

How do I delete, remove, or otherwise disable that garbage "review checker" from the latest firefox update. It's useless, un-needed thing that I don't trust.

option to OPT out REMOVE/DELETE or completely DISABLE!

Asked by BrokenG 3 izinyanga ezidlule

Last reply by jonzn4SUSE 5 amahora adlule

Google video player doesnt work

So i have trouble with viewing videos directly from google. I often need to go to youtube to view the video. Not a huge problem but still annoying when wanting to just wa… (funda kabanzi)

So i have trouble with viewing videos directly from google. I often need to go to youtube to view the video. Not a huge problem but still annoying when wanting to just watch some part quick. Here: is a video showing the problem. Do anyone know how i can fix this?

Asked by Elias Skeppstedt 6 amahora adlule

Last reply by Elias Skeppstedt 6 amahora adlule

Website no longer accessible - but no problem with that website. Is Mozilla 'blocking' access?

Since doing an update on the Firefox browser, I am unable to access one specific website that had no issues prior. The website that is no longer available to open in Fir… (funda kabanzi)

Since doing an update on the Firefox browser, I am unable to access one specific website that had no issues prior. The website that is no longer available to open in Firefox is owned/managed by an organization outside of the USA. After 3 or 4 days of attempting to open this specific website, I launched a Google browser and had no trouble opening the website. I am hoping that Mozilla is not going to the culture of suppressing religious freedoms by deciding which websites can and can not be accessed on that basis.

Asked by travelrew 8 amahora adlule

Last reply by jonzn4SUSE 6 amahora adlule

Disabling GPU process fixes stuttering on external display on dual-GPU Optimus laptop

My configuration is the following: Windows 11, internal display connected to iGPU and external UHD display to nvidia-HDMI port, multiple firefox windows are opened (1 one… (funda kabanzi)

My configuration is the following: Windows 11, internal display connected to iGPU and external UHD display to nvidia-HDMI port, multiple firefox windows are opened (1 one the internal screen, 2 on the external).

Then in Windows->Settings->GPU I can select firefox to run on either iGPU (powersaving) or on Nvidia GPU (max perf), the problem is the following: Whenever I set firefox running on iGPU, there would be a massive stuttering/framedrop on an external display (connected to NVIDIA), while a perfectly smooth browsing on internal display, and vice versa.

My first attempt was to disable webrenderer compositor or switching it to a software rendering, which fixes the heavy stuttering, but the scrolling becomes overall less fluid/responsive.

However, setting "layers.gpu-process.enabled" to "false" seemingly solves this problem completely. Now I have a perfectly smooth scrolling on both displays, regardless of which GPU is used in Windows->Settings->GPU (nvidia's is arguably a little but more responsive).

Hope this helps someone, or maybe dev team could look deeper into this.

Thank you for the great browser!

Asked by Alexey Samosyuk 7 amahora adlule

Media playback choppy + browser laggy on a Macbook Pro with M3 chip

I installed Firefox on a Macbook Pro with Apple Silicon, M3. The installation was from the Firefox site, I downloaded the dmg and then dragged into Applications. I find … (funda kabanzi)

I installed Firefox on a Macbook Pro with Apple Silicon, M3. The installation was from the Firefox site, I downloaded the dmg and then dragged into Applications.

I find that playback of media stutters, and is choppy--not sure of a better way to explain it. E.g., YouTube videos and the Bandcamp player have "stuttered sound". Opening another site in another tab can make this effect worse. Likewise, trying to run Google Meet in a browser window causes basically everything on the computer to become very slow.

This still happens even if I go to "about:profiles" and then "restart with add-ons disabled".

But if I switch to another browser, Safari or Chrome, then I don't have the issue. e.g. I can play YouTube in the background fine even when running some compute intensive task.

I have also tried turning on/off "performance settings" and the "use hardware acceleration" checkbox underneath it -- neither of those seem to have any effect.

Activity Monitor showed that at most Firefox was using ~4 GB of memory of a total 48 GB, and the memory pressure indicator seems to be quite low.

I have run Firefox on other systems (e.g. System76, older Macbook Pro) with multiple windows open each having 20-30 tabs and never had an issue like this.

It really seems like it has something to do with how Firefox is interacting with the M3? Happy to learn I'm wrong. And happy to provide more details about the hardware or my settings if it would help.

Asked by nicholdav 2 emasontweni adlule

Last reply by nicholdav 8 amahora adlule