I'm using Firefox Quantum 68.0.1 on a Macbook Pro with macOS 10.14.5 with a Dell external monitor connect via HDMI using extended display. I've noticed that some of the i…
I'm using Firefox Quantum 68.0.1 on a Macbook Pro with macOS 10.14.5 with a Dell external monitor connect via HDMI using extended display. I've noticed that some of the icons in gmail disappear when I move the browser to the external display. This doesn't appear to be a hardware issue since you can see that the icons are missing in the screenshot for the external display. Moreover, if I drag the window from the internal display to the external, I can see the icons until I release the window, at which point they disappear.
I returned to my computer after a few hours outside and all my firefox containers and are gone. I can tell Firefox went through a restart while I was away because the add…
I returned to my computer after a few hours outside and all my firefox containers and are gone. I can tell Firefox went through a restart while I was away because the addon "Grammarly" asked me if it wanted to work. Additionally all my extensions opened the first post install page you get after adding an extension/addon.
I am using Firefox 68.0.1 and on El Capitan
It is just a very good suggestion: general.smoothScroll.mouseWheel.durationMaxMS 150 and general.smoothScroll.mouseWheel.durationMinMS 100 make FF's scrolling much better…
It is just a very good suggestion: general.smoothScroll.mouseWheel.durationMaxMS 150 and general.smoothScroll.mouseWheel.durationMinMS 100 make FF's scrolling much better. With the default settings Firefox looks very laggy. It's very important to make browser's interface much smoother. I think this is the main case why Chrome has much more users now. This settings should have been changed just when Quantum was released to show more performance difference "before/after".
Hi, I'm just working on a new website, and I noticed something odd that happens only when I open the site via Firefox. On browsers like Safari and Chrome the rgb hex colo…
Hi, I'm just working on a new website, and I noticed something odd that happens only when I open the site via Firefox. On browsers like Safari and Chrome the rgb hex colour looks identical as in Adobe Photoshop or Apple Pages, where I created content, but Firefox seems to oversaturate the fonts quite nasty for some reason.
I attachted you a screenshot where it should be very visible. If this is a bug, is it possible to get this fixed soon? I don't really want to put a warning on my website for Firefox users if possible.
After a system reboot this morning, the scrollbar is unclickable (wheel based scrolling works). So is everything to the right of the address bar on that toolbar in fulls…
After a system reboot this morning, the scrollbar is unclickable (wheel based scrolling works). So is everything to the right of the address bar on that toolbar in fullscreen mode (in non-fullscreen mode, the buttons for bookmarks and add ons work, the hamburger menu does not). So are the minimize, maximize, and exit buttons on the window in full screen mode (in non-fullscreen mode, the minimize and maximize work, exit does not). Whatever is the right most tab in my list cannot be clicked. Right clicking any of these things brings up a menu with a single option- copy. The app is unusable in this state.
I have tried restarting in safe mode, this didn't fix anything. The only addons I have are noscript and adblock+.
Why is Firefox offline site data or cached data stored in the Roaming portion of the user profile instead of the Local portion? For anyone using roaming profiles this i…
Why is Firefox offline site data or cached data stored in the Roaming portion of the user profile instead of the Local portion? For anyone using roaming profiles this is a horrible design because it syncs 10,000+ junk files out to their roaming profile location on the server.
The specific folder is C:\Users\USERNAME\AppData\Roaming\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles\PROFILENAME\storage. Why isn't this storage folder located in the Local portion of the AppData folder, who wants all of this garbage following them around from computer to computer when using roaming profiles?
I have macOS Mojave, and to my recollection Firefox worked a month or so ago. Now, it bounces in the Dock once, looks like it tries to open, and then quits. I've tried ch…
I have macOS Mojave, and to my recollection Firefox worked a month or so ago. Now, it bounces in the Dock once, looks like it tries to open, and then quits. I've tried changing profiles, looking for fbplugin issues, reinstalling, deleting settings from Application Support folders, and nothing fixes this problem. Any thoughts, y'all?
Could this note be referred please, to the FF programming manager? First my congrats on FF overall of course, to you and your many volunteers. But I notice a large phil…
Could this note be referred please, to the FF programming manager? First my congrats on FF overall of course, to you and your many volunteers. But I notice a large philosophical programming problem which you might consider.
This problem mostly shows with multiple tabs open. Web servers certainly are slow, and many pages' Html etc poor. This all results in lots of delays such as reported during:
Waiting for () Read () Transferring data from () Performing a TLS handshake to () Connecting to ()
These display the moving "working" dot in the left of the affected tab title. And less often, "(not responding)" in FF's title bar, which eventually gets cleared automatically.
I have reviewed all 17 screens, and a number of the individual results, from today's FF forum search of:
169 results for (not responding) for Firefox
None address the lack of prioritized co-operative multi-tasking/ threading, DURING such delays as "Waiting for ()". During such a necessary wait, it is very slow at best, e.g. for a user to switch tabs. Even to one which is ready for display.
Responsiveness to user input should be the top multi-tasking priority. Tab switching. Rendering/ display of the foreground tab. Scrolling that down. Tab closing by user!, and "X" to STOP a page from loading -- give those user clicks priority. Let's not have to wait 10 seconds for a right-click to open its option box. Let the other busy tabs finish up their work, overlapped in the background priority-wise.
This could be done now, but perhaps it would be difficult for volunteer programmers. Worse case might require a custom replacement, for the effective TCP part of the default vanilla TCP/IP stack. However I suspect a lot could be fixed short of that, with the correct management encouragement and guidelines. At least if the continuous motion of the "busy dot" indicator in the tab title is a task, just change that to something like just gray-ed out while busy.
My experience is with much headroom: CPU (50%), memory, disk, and network bandwidth, per Task Manager. NO McAfee. Mainly just ZoneAlarm taking 30% of that CPU 50% usage. This is not a problem with start-up delay. And delays within only one open tab are necessary, of course. Cheers
2 Updates ago Firefox was fine now Firefox's tab with video in it crashes. Here is what is happening: 1. Open a website and start streaming a video. 2. I also play World …
2 Updates ago Firefox was fine now Firefox's tab with video in it crashes. Here is what is happening:
1. Open a website and start streaming a video. 2. I also play World of tanks on my second monitor. 3. After sometime Firefox's Tab where video is playing freezes and the only thing to do is to close it. BUT all other tabs are ok and responsive. I have updated Flash player, but I don't need it to watch videos where I am watching them.
This problem started to occur since about 2 updates ago, I never had such problem before. I tried watching videos on different sites, in Safe Mode, I refreshed the Firefox, I re-installed the Firefox, I updated/uninstalled Adobe Flash, I disabled the Hardware Acceleration, Firefox still freezes. Same problem is happening with Chrome and MS Edge, but for some reason OPERA works fine.
Please help me to troubleshoot this problem.
I am trying to change my Secondary Email and Getting this error Your email was just returned. Mistyped email?
Hello i am trying to add my secondary email address in firefox accounts, "Your email was just returned. Mistyped email?" Even i tried with different emails but still gett…
Hello i am trying to add my secondary email address in firefox accounts, "Your email was just returned. Mistyped email?" Even i tried with different emails but still getting the same error. I am sure this is firefox bug
using Firefox for years mostly problem free until installation of August 2019 Patch Tuesday. 3 computers using Firefox 68.0.1 (and 1 using 68.0.2) On Patch Tuesday 1 com…
using Firefox for years mostly problem free until installation of August 2019 Patch Tuesday.
3 computers using Firefox 68.0.1 (and 1 using 68.0.2) On Patch Tuesday 1 computer running 64 bit Win10 Home ver 1809 still copacetic. Both computers running 64 bit Win 10 ver 1903 (one Pro and one Home) now experiencing total White Screen of Death when attempting to open Firefox.
In Safe Mode just the home page splash screen displays. The Firefox support page has some functioning, but not any of the web sites I usually connect to. Security settings similar for Sophos Anti-Virus , Zone Alarm Firewall, Malwarebytes Anti-malware. Again Prior to Patch Tuesday no issues at all with Firefox.
All three computers using essentially same firewall/Anti-virus, etc. All three still have internet access, but 2 have no browser access, but Thunderbird e-mail client works- just no browser access.
Other than ver 1809 "working" and both ver 1903 with no browser functionality, the only significant difference may be that the manufacturer may be blocking some or all of the August Patch Tuesday on the computer which still has browser access.
Normally "just uninstall the August Patch Tuesday files" would be efficacious- however I have information covered under strict disclosure regulations resident on the systems. And the issue would still be unresolved. It might be obvious but to confirm, this post coming from the one computer with a functioning Firefox browser installation.
Thanks for any insights any of you have! Long time computer user, but not software engineer savvy. [have adjusted registry settings a few times with detailed instructions]
Suddenly I can not login to my bank account. Neither in Chrome or Microsoft Edge. In Firefox, a connection time out, the server is taking to long to respond appears all t…
Suddenly I can not login to my bank account. Neither in Chrome or Microsoft Edge. In Firefox, a connection time out, the server is taking to long to respond appears all the time after several minutes waiting. I can login to others websites like ebay or facebook with no problem and I can login to my bank using my mobile app. It is just the bank and is aggravating. Contact bank tech support they said they don't have any problems with the webpage, yes they don't have but I have! I clear the history, the cache and the cookies but still have the same problem.
Hello, I've been having some trouble with my Firefox install on my Windows 10 64 bit machine. I'm running FF v68.0.2 and I've been hitting some trouble. If I've been usin…
I've been having some trouble with my Firefox install on my Windows 10 64 bit machine. I'm running FF v68.0.2 and I've been hitting some trouble. If I've been using the browser for more than 10 minutes or so with a couple (2-4) tabs open, all the browser will take forever - 45 seconds to a minute if at all - to load any website. I check my task manager and it doesn't seem to be using an exorbitant amount of CPU or memory, it just doesn't load the site. I have to exit out of FF and restart and it works fine again for a bit.
Anyone else had this? I've tried uninstalling & reinstalling, but it doesn't fix the issue. I'd prefer to keep using FF over Chrome or Edge, but I'm losing my patience with this. I've never had an issue like this in the past.
File upload causes Firefox to be unresponsive and must close browser to continue. Tried all the fixes. Other browsers fine. Several computers.
Please if you have any suggestions, I'll try them. I thought a new clean computer might solve the problem, but no luck there either.
I've lost my bookmarks and get warnings of "Firefox not responding" and "scripts running"; have tried everything in Firefox Help; any suggestions?
First, I lost all my current bookmarks, including bookmarks toolbar. Attempting to restore or import bookmarks results in "Firefox not responding" and/or warning message …
First, I lost all my current bookmarks, including bookmarks toolbar. Attempting to restore or import bookmarks results in "Firefox not responding" and/or warning message "Script running - continue/end script", either of which results in "Firefox not responding" and Firefox hangs up. I have tried every suggestion under Firefox Help, including: startup with add-ons disabled and removed, Profile fixes, uninstall/reinstall Firefox, Refresh Firefox, and lots more. Security scans show no viruses or malware. Any ideas as to what I do next. Thanks.
I have gigabit internet. I routinely get speeds 4-8x slower when uploading through firefox than through chrome or ms edge. A 710MB test file will take 21 sec to upload on…
I have gigabit internet. I routinely get speeds 4-8x slower when uploading through firefox than through chrome or ms edge. A 710MB test file will take 21 sec to upload on Chrome, and 21 sec to upload on MS Edge, but 1:34 sec on firefox to google drive.
I have done similar tests uploading the same file to youtube, vimeo and running the backblaze bandwidth test, as well as speedof.me. They all show firefox trailing behind by the same margins.
Where I seem to see no difference however, is the Ookla speed test as in that case firefox tests about as high as chrome.
I've tried reinstalling, safe mode and refresh. No extensions are on and I only run windows defender on Windows 10 (up to date updates).
I spent the end of the afternoon calling my ISP thinking they were throttling traffic only to realize it's only firefox. Attaching a screen shot of Backblaze Bandwidth test and speedof.me that I happen to test in two different browsers when I first noticed the discrepancy. I seem to be pegged to the 65Megabit limit in my practical upload tests to youtube, google drive, and vimeo.
In troubleshooting process I had also tried reinstalling network card drivers and disabling IPv4 and 6 offloading tasks - this made no difference.
I really want to keep using FF, but don't want to have to switch to a diff browser just to upload files.
Thanks for the help!
I made a fresh install of Firefox 68.0.2 on my ASUS K55VD Notebook, but it crashes without error messages even in safe mode from the first run. I have an identical machin…
I made a fresh install of Firefox 68.0.2 on my ASUS K55VD Notebook, but it crashes without error messages even in safe mode from the first run. I have an identical machine with identical version of Win 10 in which the same version of Firefox runs perfectly. I cannot figure what is the difference between the two notebooks. Graphic cards and driver versions are also the same, as far as I can check. Here follows content of the "report.wer" file I found in "C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\WER\ReportArchive\AppCrash_firefox.exe_bb3e6960f0b5268223c1435cf363fbc6e3728b_f5caf6bd_7b14895d-b5c5-4b7b-b130-2893955908a4", which is the only readable crash report I could find in my hard drive containing the string "firefox".
Hope someone can help me...
Version=1 EventType=APPCRASH EventTime=132105211174298191 ReportType=2 Consent=1 UploadTime=132105211175427474 ReportStatus=268435456 ReportIdentifier=7b14895d-b5c5-4b7b-b130-2893955908a4 IntegratorReportIdentifier=38c11983-5afa-4550-ba0d-99a6ac9d4ac1 Wow64Host=34404 NsAppName=firefox.exe OriginalFilename=firefox.exe AppSessionGuid=000002d0-0001-0007-2a88-ce58fd54d501 TargetAppId=W:0006f7a39a0a2601f42e890082ff2ee89f7700000000!0000457e7ef5e92ec16de9ee1303b2894e11758b1c2e!firefox.exe TargetAppVer=2019//08//13:16:31:09!9be5d!firefox.exe BootId=4294967295 ServiceSplit=3110587600 TargetAsId=351 IsFatal=1 EtwNonCollectReason=1 Response.BucketId=16d5dd4ed97bd99b041b6241ec6c7b35 Response.BucketTable=4 Response.LegacyBucketId=1448859740408675125 Response.type=4 Sig.Name=Nome applicazione Sig.Value=firefox.exe Sig.Name=Versione applicazione Sig.Value=126.96.36.19964 Sig.Name=Timestamp applicazione Sig.Value=5d52e5cd Sig.Name=Nome modulo con errori Sig.Value=StackHash_5d84 Sig.Name=Versione modulo con errori Sig.Value=0.0.0.0 Sig.Name=Timestamp modulo con errori Sig.Value=00000000 Sig.Name=Codice eccezione Sig.Value=c0000005 Sig.Name=Offset eccezione Sig.Value=PCH_C1_FROM_unknown+0x0000000000000000 DynamicSig.Name=Versione SO DynamicSig.Value=10.0.183188.8.131.52.768.101 DynamicSig.Name=ID impostazioni locali DynamicSig.Value=1040 DynamicSig.Name=Informazioni aggiuntive 1 DynamicSig.Value=5d84 DynamicSig.Name=Ulteriori informazioni 2 DynamicSig.Value=5d8450413f8189b6074fa7e60cb0de8a DynamicSig.Name=Ulteriori informazioni 3 DynamicSig.Value=6db1 DynamicSig.Name=Ulteriori informazioni 4 DynamicSig.Value=6db1f0219d24a6d5c4cb93f198273caa UI=C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe LoadedModule=C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe LoadedModule=C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\ntdll.dll LoadedModule=C:\WINDOWS\System32\KERNEL32.DLL LoadedModule=C:\WINDOWS\System32\KERNELBASE.dll LoadedModule=C:\WINDOWS\System32\ADVAPI32.dll LoadedModule=C:\WINDOWS\System32\msvcrt.dll LoadedModule=C:\WINDOWS\System32\sechost.dll LoadedModule=C:\WINDOWS\System32\RPCRT4.dll LoadedModule=C:\WINDOWS\System32\ucrtbase.dll LoadedModule=C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox\mozglue.dll LoadedModule=C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\MSVCP140.dll LoadedModule=C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\VCRUNTIME140.dll LoadedModule=C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\dbghelp.dll LoadedModule=C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\VERSION.dll LoadedModule=C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\CRYPTBASE.DLL LoadedModule=C:\WINDOWS\System32\bcryptPrimitives.dll LoadedModule=C:\WINDOWS\System32\user32.dll LoadedModule=C:\WINDOWS\System32\win32u.dll LoadedModule=C:\WINDOWS\System32\GDI32.dll LoadedModule=C:\WINDOWS\System32\gdi32full.dll LoadedModule=C:\WINDOWS\System32\msvcp_win.dll LoadedModule=C:\WINDOWS\System32\IMM32.DLL LoadedModule=C:\Windows\system32\guard64.dll LoadedModule=C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\fltlib.dll State.Key=Transport.DoneStage1 State.Value=1 OsInfo.Key=vermaj OsInfo.Value=10 OsInfo.Key=vermin OsInfo.Value=0 OsInfo.Key=verbld OsInfo.Value=18362 OsInfo.Key=ubr OsInfo.Value=295 OsInfo.Key=versp OsInfo.Value=0 OsInfo.Key=arch OsInfo.Value=9 OsInfo.Key=lcid OsInfo.Value=1040 OsInfo.Key=geoid OsInfo.Value=118 OsInfo.Key=sku OsInfo.Value=101 OsInfo.Key=domain OsInfo.Value=0 OsInfo.Key=prodsuite OsInfo.Value=768 OsInfo.Key=ntprodtype OsInfo.Value=1 OsInfo.Key=platid OsInfo.Value=10 OsInfo.Key=sr OsInfo.Value=0 OsInfo.Key=tmsi OsInfo.Value=4181 OsInfo.Key=osinsty OsInfo.Value=3 OsInfo.Key=iever OsInfo.Value=11.295.18362.0-11.0.140 OsInfo.Key=portos OsInfo.Value=0 OsInfo.Key=ram OsInfo.Value=3981 OsInfo.Key=svolsz OsInfo.Value=140 OsInfo.Key=wimbt OsInfo.Value=0 OsInfo.Key=blddt OsInfo.Value=190318 OsInfo.Key=bldtm OsInfo.Value=1202 OsInfo.Key=bldbrch OsInfo.Value=19h1_release OsInfo.Key=bldchk OsInfo.Value=0 OsInfo.Key=wpvermaj OsInfo.Value=0 OsInfo.Key=wpvermin OsInfo.Value=0 OsInfo.Key=wpbuildmaj OsInfo.Value=0 OsInfo.Key=wpbuildmin OsInfo.Value=0 OsInfo.Key=osver OsInfo.Value=10.0.18362.295.amd64fre.19h1_release.190318-1202 OsInfo.Key=buildflightid OsInfo.Value=54F644E9-73BD-4700-B3AF-3620273620BA.1 OsInfo.Key=edition OsInfo.Value=Core OsInfo.Key=ring OsInfo.Value=Retail OsInfo.Key=expid OsInfo.Value=RS:3EC5 OsInfo.Key=containerid OsInfo.Key=containertype OsInfo.Key=edu OsInfo.Value=0 FriendlyEventName=Ha smesso di funzionare ConsentKey=APPCRASH AppName=Firefox AppPath=C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe NsPartner=windows NsGroup=windows8 ApplicationIdentity=719B750FCF8487AA509DEE895374D6D9 MetadataHash=-1516165977
Firefox crashes each time I try to delete my cache and/or history on the iOS app. I have tried multiple times and the issue occurs each time. The page is completely unres…
Firefox crashes each time I try to delete my cache and/or history on the iOS app. I have tried multiple times and the issue occurs each time. The page is completely unresponsive and stuck on the ‘manage history’ page.