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How do I get my tabs back below the bookmark toolbar? And why the hell did you change this??? And now white on black? Unreadable.

You really need to employ some graphic artists. This is the worst change I have seen in Firefox. The tabs should be BELOW the bookmark toolbar, right above the pages. Tha… (funda kabanzi)

You really need to employ some graphic artists. This is the worst change I have seen in Firefox. The tabs should be BELOW the bookmark toolbar, right above the pages. That's where your eye most easily rests when you're looking for a tab. I looked at "solutions" but I'm not a freaking software engineer!! I just need to get the tabs back down where they were and can't find a solution. If I can't find one I guess I'll have to go back to Safari, which I don't like as well as I have liked Firefox all these years, but this change is just too much.

Also, it's not bad enough to put the tabs at the top (where your eye does not easily travel to!), but now the tabs are white type on a black background. Perhaps fine for 25-year-old eyes, but not for older eyes or visually challenged people in general. And if you have multiple tabs open, which many multitaskers do, you can only see a few letters. I could go on and on about how horrible this new change is, but please take some advice from a retired graphic designer. Black backgrounds with faint light type are not the way to go.

Asked by jmazzeo 2 iminyaka edlule

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Bookmark descriptions restore

I had a lot of important information stored in the bookmark descriptions. These were removed in the latest update 62.0b1 (64-bit) Developer for Mac. Can this information … (funda kabanzi)

I had a lot of important information stored in the bookmark descriptions. These were removed in the latest update 62.0b1 (64-bit) Developer for Mac.

Can this information be accessed anywhere.

Asked by absimmons 2 iminyaka edlule

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HOw to delete yahoo from firefox?

When i search for something in the search box in the top of the browser it takes me to a list of items in google. When i click on the website in the search list it takes … (funda kabanzi)

When i search for something in the search box in the top of the browser it takes me to a list of items in google. When i click on the website in the search list it takes me to a website i want to view and then a second later it takes me to yahoo. This only seems to happen when i use the search bars in the browser.

Any ideas of how i can stop this?

Asked by hairyhobo 5 iminyaka edlule

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I'm unable to change menu language

The main "Firefox" menu is in Japanese, but all the rest of the menus (File, Edit, View, History, etc.) are in English. How can I change the "Firefox" menu's language ba… (funda kabanzi)

The main "Firefox" menu is in Japanese, but all the rest of the menus (File, Edit, View, History, etc.) are in English.

How can I change the "Firefox" menu's language back to English? I've already tried it in settings.

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MacOS 10.14.4 FF Quantum 66.0.3 (64-bit)

Asked by mgibson323 1 unyaka odlule

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Why will toolbars not hide in full screen mode?

I'm using Firefox 68.0.1 on macOS Mojave 10.14.5. When I go full screen, the tabs and address bar remain at the top of the screen. I can't make them go away. I've tried: … (funda kabanzi)

I'm using Firefox 68.0.1 on macOS Mojave 10.14.5. When I go full screen, the tabs and address bar remain at the top of the screen. I can't make them go away. I've tried:

- Installing plugins (I tried a couple) - Disabling Add-ons (Safe mode) - Resetting Firefox - Disabling hardware acceleration (and restart browser) - Using different techniques to go full screen (Cmd+Shift+F, Cmd+Ctrl+F, Zoom menu) - Scrolling or clicking in the canvas to ensure focus

No matter what, the tab bar and address bar remain on the screen (see attached screenshot). I've also attached my browser config (filtered on "full"). Is there any way to get a full-screen experience in Firefox?

Asked by Jason R. Coombs 1 unyaka odlule

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sync not working

Work windows laptop - latest firefox 30.0 Home MAC (Mavericks) laptop - latest firefox 30.0 On my work laptop I'm signed into my account with email@address.com (as an exa… (funda kabanzi)

Work windows laptop - latest firefox 30.0

Home MAC (Mavericks) laptop - latest firefox 30.0

On my work laptop I'm signed into my account with email@address.com (as an example). All check boxes ticked under the "Sync my" section (so everything is to be synced).

On my home MAC laptop - under preferences and sync i'm signed into the same email@address.com mail address with again, all tick boxes ticked to sync everything.

NOTHING is syncing.

This used to work flawlessly when using the old passcode method to link devcies, but can't seem to use this any longer.

On my work laptop I have tried to go into "Manage Account" and "Reset Sync" and then selecting "Replace all other devices with this device's data" but this makes no difference trying to sync the data to my home MAC laptop.

Asked by splitter 6 iminyaka edlule

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How do I stop Firefox nagging for updates?

Recent versions of Firefox have eliminated being able to turn off Firefox nagging for updates. Further, Firefox does this constantly. I updated Firefox less than a week… (funda kabanzi)

Recent versions of Firefox have eliminated being able to turn off Firefox nagging for updates. Further, Firefox does this constantly. I updated Firefox less than a week ago. Now it is nagging me again, with that little box that appears in the corner. This is not acceptable. Further, there are many users who do not want to update all the time, for good reasons. Mozilla should not be behaving like Microsoft, which is known for forcing updates on users, whether they want them or not.

There apparently is a way to disable update notices that might work, but involves changing a value in the advanced settings. I only found that by looking on the forum. You need to fix this. There should be an easily found choice under "updates" to turn off such notices. We who use Firefox want to have the way we use our computers, including what notices we see, under our control, not yours.

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Firefox notifies that there is an update available when on the latest version

I am using Firefox 50.0 on OSX El Capitan. I was experiencing the same issue on 49, so I upgraded to 50 beta to see if it would help, but it does not. Every time that I s… (funda kabanzi)

I am using Firefox 50.0 on OSX El Capitan. I was experiencing the same issue on 49, so I upgraded to 50 beta to see if it would help, but it does not. Every time that I start Firefox, I get a notification to update to the latest version, even though I am on the latest version. If I select "Restart Firefox" from the notification, Firefox restarts and shows the notification again. When I choose "Restart Later" I can browse normally.

I was trying to get help on this thread started by someone else (https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1141443), but no solution was found.

I do have a clue that may help. I use 2 user accounts on OSX, one for work and one for home. I'll refer to these as accounts A and B. OSX account B was the first to show the problem, running Firefox 49. I followed instructions here (http://osxdaily.com/2014/07/31/manual-complete-app-removal-mac-os-x-terminal/) to use mdfind to remove firefox files, but that did not seem to help. Finally, with account B, I upgraded to Firefox 50 and stopped getting the notifications. However, now I get the notification in account A. In account A, Firefox reports as version 50.0, but still asks to update. I imagine that there is something OSX account specific causing problems, but I don't know what that might be. Any help is appreciated.

Asked by mouse_8b 3 iminyaka edlule

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Unable to install replacement ad blocker

I got the notification that my ad block plus was not signed. I uninstalled it and since then have tried to install four different ad blockers. All of them result in "dow… (funda kabanzi)

I got the notification that my ad block plus was not signed. I uninstalled it and since then have tried to install four different ad blockers. All of them result in "download failed. Please check your connection". My FF version is 66.0.3 on Mac OS 10.14.x.

Asked by bdw200 1 unyaka odlule

Last reply by jscher2000 1 unyaka odlule

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extensions not working

All at once, extensions/ add-ons just stopped working. Nothing was installed, or added on. Nothing was being done. Just basic browsing. Then all at once they disappea… (funda kabanzi)

All at once, extensions/ add-ons just stopped working. Nothing was installed, or added on. Nothing was being done. Just basic browsing. Then all at once they disappeared... now marked as legacy.... impossible.

x-notifier 1password ablock plus amazon assistant lastpass ebates rakuten wikibuy etc

Yes, I have the latest browser. Yes, I downloaded it again. v 66.03

Asked by Michael 1 unyaka odlule

Last reply by Rich_S 1 unyaka odlule

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What Syntax or Format Should The HTML File Be For Booksmarks Import

Hey guys, We are creating a HTML file from scratch of URL's needing to be imported as bookmarks into Firefox. The file is generated by Microsoft Excel, which means it ha… (funda kabanzi)

Hey guys,

We are creating a HTML file from scratch of URL's needing to be imported as bookmarks into Firefox. The file is generated by Microsoft Excel, which means it has lots of fun unnecessary code in the HTML file.

The Firefox Help is full of How To's from other browsers, however, we were not able find any details about syntax when one creates a HTML file outside of other browsers.

Is there any specific format or syntax the HTML file should be setup in in order to successfully import them into Firefox Bookmarks?

Thanks for your help.

Asked by smartfinds 1 unyaka odlule

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Getting "unexpected error" trying to log in to Firefox Sync

Hi, trying to log in to Firefox Sync at https://accounts.firefox.com/signin?service=sync&context=fx_desktop_v3&entrypoint=menupanel I keep getting an "unexpected … (funda kabanzi)

Hi,

trying to log in to Firefox Sync at https://accounts.firefox.com/signin?service=sync&context=fx_desktop_v3&entrypoint=menupanel I keep getting an "unexpected error" message. Is this a known issue or limited to just my account?

Thanks

Asked by hanjov 2 iminyaka edlule

Last reply by Chris Ilias 1 unyaka odlule

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Why do I get the "incorrect account name or password" error every time I launch firefox?

I've created a sync account so that my laptop and desktop can share bookmarks, history, etc., but every time I launch FF, I get the yellow bar at the bottom of windows sa… (funda kabanzi)

I've created a sync account so that my laptop and desktop can share bookmarks, history, etc., but every time I launch FF, I get the yellow bar at the bottom of windows saying:

"Sync encountered an error while syncing: Incorrect account name or password. Sync will automatically retry this action."

I go into my sync preferences and manually log into sync. It seems fine. It tells me that syncing will begin.

Stuff syncs.

Then if I have to relaunch firefox, the same thing happens. Why is it not storing the password?

This happens on both laptop and desktop, which are Macs on Yosemite running Firefox 35.0.

Asked by sk4p 5 iminyaka edlule

Last reply by the-edmeister 5 iminyaka edlule

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How do I edit or change the auto-fill suggestions in my URL address bar in Firefox?

Closing as duplicate of /questions/1160066 ~J99 I sometimes go to Kayak to look at flights and in my Firefox browser whenever I start typing the address it then comes u… (funda kabanzi)

Closing as duplicate of /questions/1160066 ~J99

I sometimes go to Kayak to look at flights and in my Firefox browser whenever I start typing the address it then comes up automatically 'www.kayak.com'. Except the problem is that Kayak changed their default homepage to hotel related searches a year or so ago and every time I go to Kayak I have to click on flights to get to the page I initially wanted. So I just want to know how can I edit the auto-fill suggestion to show 'www.kayak.com/flights' instead of the way it currently shows 'www.kayak.com'.

Asked by Kennethob23 3 iminyaka edlule

Last reply by John99 3 iminyaka edlule

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Need Preferences to allow tabs on bottom

Appalling Comments from Mozilla about tabs on bottom instead of top "With the number of user complaints from inept users who can't seem to follow precise instructions abo… (funda kabanzi)

Appalling Comments from Mozilla about tabs on bottom instead of top

"With the number of user complaints from inept users who can't seem to follow precise instructions about using userChrome that "we" support volunteers (and Mozilla) are seeing here, I fully expect some limits placed in Firefox as to what userChrome can modify in future Firefox versions. "We" are recommending too many "fixes" for "restoring" real old features like "tabs on the bottom" that Mozilla killed long ago."

Yes, unfortunately I'm one of those inept non-programmer users and if you leave out essential steps in the instructions (like where to find your profile file) I can't follow them either. And why ask me to learn programming and spend 15 minutes fixing this? A LOT of people have requested this preference. How arrogant to belittle it. With every Firefox update my tabs below fix disappears again and I am left with tabs on top where I don't like them, and have to google again for yet another fix.

Please, please add this option to Firefox preferences.

Asked by angelfire4xx 2 iminyaka edlule

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