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Files containing Japanese characters are garbled in Firefox 68.6.0esr

After upgrading to Firefox 68.6.0esr, when we open a Japanese file with [File]->[Open], it becomes garbled and unreadable. Before upgrading, we could read the Japanes… (funda kabanzi)

After upgrading to Firefox 68.6.0esr, when we open a Japanese file with [File]->[Open], it becomes garbled and unreadable. Before upgrading, we could read the Japanese file. This file is a plain text file and the character code is ISO-2022-JP. The character code is not specified in the file. I tried to change the character code with Text Encoding menu of Firefox, but the menu is grayed out and we cannot select it. It seems that files with character codes UTF and EUC can be displayed without problems. Is there a way to correctly display a Japanese file in which no character code is specified?

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Firefox crashes all the time on multiple computers from the same moment (Gah! Tab just crashed)

Hello, I have two PCs with OpenSUSE Leap 15.1 Linux with different hardware. At the very same time the Firefox browsers stopped completely working on both. By completely … (funda kabanzi)

Hello,

I have two PCs with OpenSUSE Leap 15.1 Linux with different hardware. At the very same time the Firefox browsers stopped completely working on both. By completely I mean one can start them and view pages like "about:support", but any attempt to open a new tab results in a message "Gah! Your tab just crashed!".

It doesn't work in Safe Mode either. There are close to none plugins on one of them, disabling plugins on the other Firefox doesn't help.

It can't be an issue of bad memory or drive or graphic card driver - the two computers are different and it happened at the same time.

It wouldn't even connect to my local router IP address, so it doesn't seem to be some issue with external routing.

It's been about 7-10 days since the issue started. I believe it may be either broken Firefox update or incompatible update of a system component that Firefox is dependent on.

Crash report: [https://crash-stats.mozilla.org/repor.../bp-c590e601-5e2c-4237-8b27-83d840200414|bp-c590e601-5e2c-4237-8b27-83d840200414]

Version 68.7.0esr Assembly ID 20200403171148 Identification of browser Mozilla/5.0 (X11; Linux x86_64; rv:68.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/68.0 OS Linux 4.12.14-lp151.28.44-default

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