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layout.css.scrollbar-width.enabled not working

I just upgraded to Firefox 79.0, and now the scrollbars on outlook.com are narrow with no scroll buttons. I fixed this problem long ago by setting layout.css.scrollbar-w… (funda kabanzi)

I just upgraded to Firefox 79.0, and now the scrollbars on outlook.com are narrow with no scroll buttons. I fixed this problem long ago by setting layout.css.scrollbar-width.enabled to false. It's still set, but now the scrollbars are back to being narrow.

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Dailymotion thumbnail preview of age restricted videos are black.

In www.dailymotion.com the thumbnails of age restricted videos are black. I already posted that question and you asked for a screenshot. How do I send this screenshot ? D… (funda kabanzi)

In www.dailymotion.com the thumbnails of age restricted videos are black. I already posted that question and you asked for a screenshot. How do I send this screenshot ? Do you have an email ?

Asked by k_bakunin 6 iminyaka edlule

Last reply by jscher2000 6 iminyaka edlule

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how can i make keyboard shortcut for tabs groups?

Sometimes I want to move very quickly between tabs groups. but only i find Ctrl+Shift+E Shortcut Keyboard, this Shortcut show me Tabs Groups, I want to move very quickly … (funda kabanzi)

Sometimes I want to move very quickly between tabs groups. but only i find Ctrl+Shift+E Shortcut Keyboard, this Shortcut show me Tabs Groups, I want to move very quickly between tabs groups, for Example: between tabs groups 1 and tabs groups 2. tabs groups 1 is my work pages area tabs groups 2 is my favorite pages area

thanks.

Asked by alireza.fire 7 iminyaka edlule

Last reply by rbertoche 7 iminyaka edlule

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Has a fix developed for Firefox 36 which BROKE Yahoo Toolbar in Windows 7 & 8 while Firefox 37 broke Yahoo Toolbar for Linux ?

Yahoo Toolbar (added from Firefox Add-ons) stopped working when I updated to Firefox 36 on both my Windows 7 & 8 computers so I RE-Installed Firefox 35 via a 3rd part… (funda kabanzi)

Yahoo Toolbar (added from Firefox Add-ons) stopped working when I updated to Firefox 36 on both my Windows 7 & 8 computers so I RE-Installed Firefox 35 via a 3rd party download site. I didn't have the same problem on My Linux Computers until today when My Linux Computer UPDATED to Firefox 37. Now the only link which will show up on the Yahoo Toolbar is my "Mail" link.

It seems (based upon my research) that Mozilla is trying to sweep this screw-up under the carpet by blaming Yahoo, and yet they continue to display the link/add-on in their "Add-on Repository" ! Maybe Mozilla need to find a better Janitor cause the current one can't seem to See or even Smell the manure they're shoveling !

Don't get me wrong. I've been using Firefox & Yahoo Toolbar for 8+ years and been a fan of both, but I ditched Micro$oft Window$ because of Compatibility Issues within their own Software Programs. I would like to continue to use Firefox and Yahoo toolbar, But if they can't manage to work together and find a solution I WILL solve the problem by "Ditching Them Both" in favor of another provider and take all my current tech customers with me when I do. FYI, they number in the thousands.

Asked by LjJones 6 iminyaka edlule

Answered by jscher2000 6 iminyaka edlule

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ERROR LOADING MODULE: /s=2.0.155.15/js/com/slacker/util/adobe/Omniture.js TypeError: com.slacker.util.CookieJar is undefined

visit aol radio and got the error listed: ERROR LOADING MODULE: /s=2.0.155.15/js/com/slacker/util/adobe/Omniture.js TypeError: com.slacker.util.CookieJar is undefined … (funda kabanzi)

visit aol radio and got the error listed: ERROR LOADING MODULE: /s=2.0.155.15/js/com/slacker/util/adobe/Omniture.js TypeError: com.slacker.util.CookieJar is undefined

Asked by asstreg 7 iminyaka edlule

Last reply by AliceWyman 7 iminyaka edlule

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How do I revert back to the classic Mozilla Firefox format?

I was in the classic version of Mozilla and someone used my keyboard and it is now the new useless version of Mozilla Firefox. How do I revert back to the classic version… (funda kabanzi)

I was in the classic version of Mozilla and someone used my keyboard and it is now the new useless version of Mozilla Firefox. How do I revert back to the classic version?

Asked by seaspider 7 iminyaka edlule

Last reply by herm41 7 iminyaka edlule

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How do I go back to firefox not looking like a web designer's first attempt at web 2.0, seriously this looks awful, please fire whoever did this.

Ugh. Even after using the theme restorer add-on, it's still not the same. What have you done, why have you done it? What did making these changes accomplish, honestly? S… (funda kabanzi)

Ugh. Even after using the theme restorer add-on, it's still not the same. What have you done, why have you done it?

What did making these changes accomplish, honestly? Stylized tabs? No option to turn them off without installing a theme? Why did you mess with the options? The fact that a theme exists just to revert your awful changes means that I'm not the only one that finds having all their settings and layout choices messed with upsetting.

Why mess with the design at all, without asking users to approve it? If you make the browser faster, great, fine. Why does the shape and placement of my tab bar have anything to do with that?

Seriously, who looked at the new design and thought "Yep! That's what we want! Approve it!"? How did multiple people approve this terrible crap?

Asked by marasamune 7 iminyaka edlule

Last reply by user1068417 7 iminyaka edlule

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Where is the official download page for full version of Firefox? Old one has only stubs now.

The old page now has stubs only, there is no full version on it: https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/all/ Separate but valid question: Searching Mozilla Support on this… (funda kabanzi)

The old page now has stubs only, there is no full version on it: https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/all/

Separate but valid question: Searching Mozilla Support on this very forum yields no answers as to where to download the full version of the program itself, around which this entire forum has been set up with all the numerous questions in it about the program... yet there is no answer on how and where to actually *GET* the full version of the program... this strongly suggests that the forum administrators went out of their way, to make it difficult to impossible for users to get the FULL VERSION of the program...

There are many valid reasons for needing the full version of the program, don't you think it's pretty incredible that it has always been difficult to download the full version of Firefox? The old page had it buried in between the Acholi and Xhosa languages, even though English (US) is probably needed by millions of users vs. relatively few for Acholi and Xhosa... Millions of users had to go though gymnastics of finding it buried in between all the worlds languages with every consecutive version, and now they completely removed it even from that page...

What is the the reason, and you have to agree there is a reason, for Mozilla preventing us from having the full installation file? And what is the reason, even when the full installation file existed on that page, for this forum to make it almost impossible to find that page when searching the forum, or the entire internet for the official full version download page?

Asked by c627627 6 iminyaka edlule

Last reply by c627627 6 iminyaka edlule

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yahoo doesn't allow firefox to be displayed, so i cant change add-ons to eliminate yahoo.

i have downloaded and installed firefox 10 times and uninstalled it 9 times. firefox browser is dominated by yahoo and yahoo does'nt even allow the mozilla firefox logo … (funda kabanzi)

i have downloaded and installed firefox 10 times and uninstalled it 9 times. firefox browser is dominated by yahoo and yahoo does'nt even allow the mozilla firefox logo to be displayed. so i cant click on the logo to change add-ons. i already have a yahoo browser. i don't need another one, but that is what i get whenever i install firefox. mozilla firefox used to be 1 of the browsers that i relied on to access websites that are dedicated to site and cant be accessed by bing, google, google chrome, yahoo, msn, or internet explorer. i have all of these browsers installed and at the ready on my tab bar. firefox is the only one that is hijacked by yahoo. fix it, and explain how i fix it please. thanks in advance, robert...

Asked by robertsmit7363 7 iminyaka edlule

Answered by robertsmit7363 7 iminyaka edlule

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when i go into full screen theres a light blue bar on the top

Locking duplicate thread. Please continue here: [/questions/969038] when i play some games like dead frontier and i play in the game full screen or the browser full scre… (funda kabanzi)

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when i play some games like dead frontier and i play in the game full screen or the browser full screen. there will be this light blue (teal) color on the top and it really bugs me and i don't know how to get rid of it or why its there. so how can i get rid of it?

Asked by prolink 7 iminyaka edlule

Last reply by prolink 7 iminyaka edlule

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Although I enabled cookies google tells me I need to enable cookies or clear cache./cookie mismatch

Locking duplicate thread. Please continue here: [/questions/978809] whenever i try to go on a site google tells me i clear cookies or clear cache. I've done that and kee… (funda kabanzi)

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whenever i try to go on a site google tells me i clear cookies or clear cache. I've done that and keep getting the same result. google url says cookies mismatch

Asked by Thursday_14 7 iminyaka edlule

Last reply by jscher2000 7 iminyaka edlule

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Handycafe is problem...

Hi Every time I open the client software that makes Hindi sufficient to change my home page Firefox automatically runs I ran all the way to the proposed site, but was not… (funda kabanzi)

Hi Every time I open the client software that makes Hindi sufficient to change my home page Firefox automatically runs I ran all the way to the proposed site, but was not effective It is too much leverage I beg of you, who are a powerful company can fix the problem. tanx.

Asked by Gandom 7 iminyaka edlule

Last reply by Diego Victor 7 iminyaka edlule

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Can you please merge my old Firefox account that had my work email that I no longer have access to with my new Firefox account?

I want to merge my old work email Firefox account with my new personal email account. I no longer have access to the work email account. [Personal information removed by… (funda kabanzi)

I want to merge my old work email Firefox account with my new personal email account. I no longer have access to the work email account.

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Asked by CAPTWendy 2 iminyaka edlule

Answered by FredMcD 2 iminyaka edlule

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https://youtu.be/GOMIBdM6N7Q

Page turning machine. Who is in charge of developing Rube Goldberg devices? Firefox should apply for the Guinness book of world records due to the unneeded complexity of … (funda kabanzi)

Page turning machine.

Who is in charge of developing Rube Goldberg devices? Firefox should apply for the Guinness book of world records due to the unneeded complexity of the browser. They would probably lose out to Microsoft though.

Asked by rnboyd 3 iminyaka edlule

Last reply by Happy112 3 iminyaka edlule

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It will break my heart, but must I abandon Firefox?

UPDATE 9th Feb Issue now SOLVED in the other thread. Disabling McAfee SiteAdvisor resolves the issue in this instance. /questions/984055?page=2#answer-532036 Note presen… (funda kabanzi)

UPDATE 9th Feb
Issue now SOLVED in the other thread.
Disabling McAfee SiteAdvisor resolves the issue in this instance. /questions/984055?page=2#answer-532036
Note presence of McAfee MSS+ NPAPI Plugin

Please see and continue with thread /questions/984055 ~J99 Modified February 1, 2014 9:39:33 PM BST by John99


Almost two weeks ago, after years of admirably flawless performance, my Firefox 26.0 was struck by recurrent episodes of complete unresponsiveness, and frequent crashes.

Efforts to remedy these problems, involving disabling various add-ons and JS, failed.

Now I have some important new information. When operating normally, Firefox never uses more than about 3% or, rarely 5% of my CPU, even when I have many tabs open to websites, even when several of those websites are playing videos, etc. (I have had the Task Manager open constantly this week in order to be able to close Firefox when it's so unresponsive I can't use X to close it, so I was in a position to observe CPU usage.) But when Firefox is in the early stages of an episode of unresponsiveness (for example, when I can't download files or play videos) the CPU usage is greater than 25%. What's even more remarkable is that if I then close all tabs, and have only one “New Tab” open (so that I'm theoretically not using Firefox at all), the CPU usage remains over 25%!!

Over the past few days I've a) confirmed and reconfirmed this perfect correlation between Firefox's unresponsiveness and a dramatic, unprecedented increase in CPU usage to in excess of 25%, occurring completely out of the blue, in no way triggered by my doing anything, and b) verified that when Firefox is responding normally, NOTHING I do causes the usage to go above about 5%.

But the question is: what is causing this abnormal CPU usage that is clearly associated with Firefox's unresponsiveness? 
For the record, I have run repeated scans using Windows Defender and MalwareBytes and nothing malicious has been detected, and I have had no other problems with my computer besides the ones with Firefox.  Chrome continues to operate perfectly normally.

Asked by graviton37 7 iminyaka edlule

Last reply by John99 7 iminyaka edlule