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an odd question, perhaps...

Hello, I listed this is the "Other" section because it involves more than just installation of Firefox. I am using version 97.0.2 and will be installing the most current… (funda kabanzi)

Hello, I listed this is the "Other" section because it involves more than just installation of Firefox. I am using version 97.0.2 and will be installing the most current version within a day or so. I have NO issues with the current version, nor expect any with any future updates I install. With that being stated I will ask my question...

I have a CCTV setup at my home that have the feature of web remote viewing and control. I don't use any other browser other than Firefox...have uninstalled both IE11 and Edge, blocking Edge from being reinstalled. I can NOT use the CCTVs remote web feature because their software is out-dated and I suspect unsupported any longer. I have already downloaded and installed the Firefox required web plug-in but the version of Firefox is TOO NEW. The Software suggested that I install an older version of the 32-Bit Firefox, version 56 or 57 if my memory is correct...

I current Firefox is 64-Bit, installed on the C Drive. Can I install a second Firefox, 32-Bit on perhaps my D or E Drive without corrupting my 64-Bit install and profile? I understand that doing so, and using the older version then there would be a security issue fore prolonged browsing. But, when using this older version to access my CCTV...once done, I would no longer browse with that older version of Firefox. A temporary and quick solution. A 10 minute browsing in a once in a great while exception.

Your feedback and support would be greatly appreciated?

~PB1

Asked by ~PB1 1 unyaka odlule

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No Choices In Background and Text colors

My computer almost feels like it's been infected with some sort of virus but from the other posts I understand that this is, for some reason, an issue where user control … (funda kabanzi)

My computer almost feels like it's been infected with some sort of virus but from the other posts I understand that this is, for some reason, an issue where user control has become non-existent and that's how it was built. When I try any of the workarounds mentioned here I still have a choice between only gray and white for the background depending on what the theme is? I've tried both and many pages with the gray background open with red or green text and other sites with the white will show bright yellow text. I use Firefox for the outstanding privacy and speed and have for more that 10 years. Another reason was the control I had in making the page my own but that seems to have been taken away for some reason. Does anyone know how to actually regain that control without unsupported workarounds. Apparently the only actual choice is to install WIN11 (which has, once again, changed where menu items can be found and some disappeared altogether). Two miserable choices because someone thought forcing all pages to follow simple, but nonsensical rules. I've added a screenshot page from Ars Technica to illustrate. (I can't seem to add a link to the article without the long URL showing) The entire article is white text and simply disappears. What can I do to regain control?

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Upload Buttons are Non-Responsive

When I try to click "upload" on any website, the button doesn't respond at all. I don't get the dialogue to choose a file, it's as if I never click the button in the firs… (funda kabanzi)

When I try to click "upload" on any website, the button doesn't respond at all. I don't get the dialogue to choose a file, it's as if I never click the button in the first place. On certain websites I can get around it when they offer the feature to drag files to upload, but there are a lot of times where I can't do that and I have to try Safari to see if that works. I've tried to clear all cookies and cache, and that didn't solve this issue. I've attempted to turn off the "Enhanced Tracking Protection" for websites where I regularly need to upload files just in case that was blocking the script, but I have no idea what's going on or how to solve this.

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Firefox update v99.0 made me have to uninstall and reinstall v97.0.2 Win 7 Pro

Update 99.0 made my firefox unusable-It would operate for a few seconds to a minute and then stop responding and would stop immediately if adding an extension or signing … (funda kabanzi)

Update 99.0 made my firefox unusable-It would operate for a few seconds to a minute and then stop responding and would stop immediately if adding an extension or signing in to my profile-mouse still moves but can't get any response clicking on anything, even closing the program-had to repeatedly close using the task manager. Cleared using the firefox reset command did not fix. Uninstalled then reinstalled 99.0 and the behaviour resumed. Uninstalled and reinstalled 97.0.2 and is working fine. What's up?????????????????????????

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