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  • Kusonjululiwe

Firefox 102.0 uncontrollably scrolls when using Facebook

I'm using Firefox 102.0. When I'm in Facebook and I scroll to the bottom of the page and Facebook pushes more content, instead of staying where it is the browser keeps ju… (funda kabanzi)

I'm using Firefox 102.0. When I'm in Facebook and I scroll to the bottom of the page and Facebook pushes more content, instead of staying where it is the browser keeps jumping to the bottom of the page by itself, uncontrollably. how can I stop this behavior.

Asked by Dave 1 usuku oludlule

Answered by cor-el 22 amahora adlule

  • Kusonjululiwe

Github shortcuts

Lately, when I try to create a desktop shortcut from the Github website, it instead create a folder, with the correct title of the page, and what looks like a link inside… (funda kabanzi)

Lately, when I try to create a desktop shortcut from the Github website, it instead create a folder, with the correct title of the page, and what looks like a link inside, with an abbreviated website name, but is not a shortcut at all.

Example: Try dragging the address bar padlock from this page to your desktop

Welcome to Refined GitHub!

Same thing happens when I try to drag its bookmark to the desktop.

Creating the shortcut from Chrome works properly, so I assume this is a Firefox problem.

Asked by noel_envode 3 ezinsukwini ezidlule

Answered by cor-el 3 ezinsukwini ezidlule

  • Kusonjululiwe

URLs appear when saving/printing to pdf

I'm viewing a webpage that has several links. When printing the webpage to pdf using Firefox, the links magically display their full URLs, blocking the contents of the pa… (funda kabanzi)

I'm viewing a webpage that has several links. When printing the webpage to pdf using Firefox, the links magically display their full URLs, blocking the contents of the page. How can this be prevented? This does not happen when using MS Edge. Please see the attached screenshot. The top image is from a pdf printed using Firefox, and the bottom is from a pdf printed using MS Edge. 91.8.0esr (64-bit)

Asked by firefoxq 2 ezinsukwini ezidlule

Answered by jscher2000 - Support Volunteer 1 usuku oludlule

  • Kusonjululiwe

URL Drag-and-Drop into Windows File Explorer shortcut sometimes fails

Hello, This issue may be related with "[meta] Implement URL parser per URL Standard", opened 9 years ago(!), but updated only 1 month ago (bugzilla). If somehow applicabl… (funda kabanzi)

Hello, This issue may be related with "[meta] Implement URL parser per URL Standard", opened 9 years ago(!), but updated only 1 month ago (bugzilla). If somehow applicable, just let me know that my issue is already being taken care. Thank you.

D&D a Firefox URL into Windows File Explorer, may fail. Just try it for yourself (Firefox for Windows, version 102):

Will fail (notice the additional folder created): D&D on this URL will fail

Will fail and may even create an invincible 0 byte file (Windows is unable to delete it...): D&D this URL will also fail

Won't fail: D&D this URL will *not* fail


I only noticed this wrong behavior in version 102.0 (Firefox 64-bit for Windows) but, as I use this D&D functionality quite often, I don't believe this problem to have occurred much before 101.x. Only tested it in Windows though (Windows 10 Pro - 21H2 19044.1766, 64-bit). This thus seems to be a BUG introduced in version 101.x or 102.0

By trial & error, I think I eventually found out what is leading the D&D to eventually fail: it's related with the web page title (i.e., the Firefox tab title). This behavior has nothing to do with the URL value itself.

When D&D an URL into File Explorer, the URL shortcut name is supposed to be created with the webpage title. However, Windows filenames have some unsupported characters: \ / : * ? ” <> |

So, I guess Firefox should first parse this title and remove all these unsupported characters (or replace them with, e.g., “-“), before assigning the title to the shortcut name (a .URL file). Which, as I understand it, is not happening anymore. I have not found any issue with the URL value itself.

In fact, the D&D result may vary, depending on the characters the webpage name includes.

If it contains a “/”, it will create one (or more) Windows folders before creating the URL shortcut. E.g., if I D&D a webpage URL into “C:\my URL shortcuts folder”, with title “CAT5E Shielded 3/50μ Gold-Plated”, it will create a shortcut (with the correct link) in C:\my URL shortcuts folder\CAT5E Shielded 3\50μ Gold-Plated.URL Obviously, even though the URL content is right, this is not the expected behavior!

More troublesome can be a webpage title that contains a “:”, because it creates a 0-byte no extension file which sometimes (but not always) refuses to be deleted by Windows. E.g., if I D&D a webpage URL into “C:\my URL shortcuts folder”, with title “ShinobiHub – Article: How to Update”, it will create a zero-byte file in “C:\my URL shortcuts” folder with name “ShinobiHub – Article” (no extension). Trying to remove the file in File Explorer may display the error message: “Item not found. This is no longer located in <PATH>. Verify the item’s location and try again.”

[BTW, after some digging I find out how to remove the file: Just open a DOS window and type: del "\\?\C:\my URL shortcuts folder\ShinobiHub - Article " No need to restart or do anything else, just need to put \\?\ before the directory when using the del command. Also use the tab button to make sure the name is correct; sometimes a space is added at the end that can be easily missed.]

Strangely enough, a “Verified by: Cloudfare” (or something similar) is also display just below Firefox Url.

I’m not sure about the effect of other different unsupported file name characters. Anyway, this was tested in 2 different Windows computers, both with same faulty results. The same operation in Chrome works as expected.

Conclusion: This issue should be easy enough to find but I could not find any *recent* report on a similar issue. That makes me wonder… is this really a bug?... Please help. Thank you. Cecilio

Asked by caecilius 2 ezinsukwini ezidlule

Answered by cor-el 2 ezinsukwini ezidlule

  • Kusonjululiwe

Default email setting

Firefox is set as my default email app in W10 - pls see uploaded image. I have tried to change it by using the options at the bottom of that default app screen. I use Sk… (funda kabanzi)

Firefox is set as my default email app in W10 - pls see uploaded image. I have tried to change it by using the options at the bottom of that default app screen. I use Sky Yahoo mail but I cannot change from Firefox. I want to set Sky Yahoo as my default email for W10.

Any help for this old novice much appreciated.

Thank you.

Asked by R.1C 5 ezinsukwini ezidlule

Answered by Dropa 4 ezinsukwini ezidlule

  • Kusonjululiwe

DevEd update to 103.0b2 just made everything in the browser HUGE.

Win 10, Developer Edition 103.0b2 This update caused everything to increase in size. Tabs & toolbars are much bigger now. Toolbar and bookmarks toolbar used to fit in… (funda kabanzi)

Win 10, Developer Edition 103.0b2

This update caused everything to increase in size. Tabs & toolbars are much bigger now. Toolbar and bookmarks toolbar used to fit in the window with no overflow, now both have a lot of items in overflow.

Sites that used to fit at 100% zoom now have to be reduced to 80% or 67% to fit on-screen.

Just wondering what could cause this behavior? Settings?

Note: Browser window is fully maximized and no other program on my Win10 box has this issue.

Asked by EmmEmm013 6 ezinsukwini ezidlule

Answered by jscher2000 - Support Volunteer 6 ezinsukwini ezidlule

  • Ikhiyiwe

PLEASE HELP ME PLEASE, I AM TOTALLY LOST ON THIS SUPPORT SITE

helloi i create posts trying desperately to get help but i have no idea where to navigate to them i cant seem them anywhere i find this site so confusing i am already so… (funda kabanzi)

helloi i create posts trying desperately to get help but i have no idea where to navigate to them i cant seem them anywhere i find this site so confusing i am already so upset over something i am trying so desperately to understand how this works, all i want is help please somone please

Asked by info7653 4 ezinsukwini ezidlule

Last reply by Paul 4 ezinsukwini ezidlule

  • Ikhiyiwe

please can somone please help i am so desperate for any kind of help please

hello i created a post hhere desperate trying to seek help i am so depressed over this i cant see my post now anywhere i am so desperate for help please can somone please… (funda kabanzi)

hello i created a post hhere desperate trying to seek help i am so depressed over this i cant see my post now anywhere i am so desperate for help

please can somone please help me

Asked by info7653 4 ezinsukwini ezidlule

Last reply by Paul 4 ezinsukwini ezidlule

  • Ikhiyiwe

please help somone replied to a post i made and i got email but i cant find it the email has no link

https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1381526#answer-1516119 can anyone access this?????? I am so lost on this site why is this site so confusing????? Dropa @Dropa… (funda kabanzi)

https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1381526#answer-1516119 can anyone access this?????? I am so lost on this site why is this site so confusing?????

Dropa @Dropa can you see this?? anyone? i am almost in tears over this at this stage all i want is h elp on a firefox issue i cant even type proeply im so angery

Asked by info7653 4 ezinsukwini ezidlule

Last reply by Paul 4 ezinsukwini ezidlule

  • Kusonjululiwe

Can't open/download PDF attached to a yahoo email.

Hi guys. I'm on a Lenovo laptop, using Windows 11. Was NOT experiencing this issue (or any other issues) till today. That is, I've been able to download PDFs attach… (funda kabanzi)

Hi guys. I'm on a Lenovo laptop, using Windows 11. Was NOT experiencing this issue (or any other issues) till today. That is, I've been able to download PDFs attached to Yahoo email for years, including recently (till today).

Trying to get Firefox to be DEFAULT instead of MS Edge, I changed some 'Apps associated with File Types', selecting Firefox as default for all file types that seemed appropriate, BUT, this issue then began.

Feeling I went too far, and should go step at a time, I reset All File Type settings back to default (MS recommended settings). Still can't open attached PDFs. I tried an Excel attachment and it opened fine.

Error I get is: "Firefox Can’t Open This Page To protect your security, dl-mail.ymail.com will not allow Firefox to display the page if another site has embedded it. To see this page, you need to open it in a new window."

The emails I used to recreate the error, were sending an email to myself, and attaching a PDF.

Other things I tried: I used Firefox with gmail email and the PDF attachment downloaded fine. I used MS Edge with Yahoo email and PDF attachment downloaded fine. Also, btw, CAN view a PDF attachment with Yahoo email. Just now download.

I CAN "open it in a new window" as the error suggests, than print to PDF, but don't want to live the rest of my life doing that.

Thanks in advance for any help that can be offered!!

Asked by mschrock72 5 ezinsukwini ezidlule

Answered by jscher2000 - Support Volunteer 5 ezinsukwini ezidlule

  • Ikhiyiwe

WHaT Just HappeneD? (Magical restart)

(Again, didn't know what topic to choose). I just submitted a complaint about Firefox losing all my browser tabs upon restart -- and then after closing that window and r… (funda kabanzi)

(Again, didn't know what topic to choose). I just submitted a complaint about Firefox losing all my browser tabs upon restart -- and then after closing that window and re-opening the browser, everything was back to normal! Tabs, toolbars, everything. Whew !

Is there a miniature, stripped version of Firefox that runs when some utilities update?

Duplicate. https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1381201

Asked by ERA Triano 6 ezinsukwini ezidlule

  • Kusonjululiwe

Security Error: Content on about:tab may not load or link file

I had set up a userContent.css file in the past to pull up and fetch an image on my computer to display as a background on the homepage. It worked and did it's job until … (funda kabanzi)

I had set up a userContent.css file in the past to pull up and fetch an image on my computer to display as a background on the homepage. It worked and did it's job until recently, when I had recently relocated a lot of my files around on my computer. I have redirected everything to where I want it to look, including the userContent.css file to the new location for the image I want as the background. Firefox loads the .css file correctly, and recognizes the file existing, but it won't load the image itself for some odd reason. It states it "may not load or link the file" because of a security error, and thus, can't load the image. I never had to deal with this before. How can I get Firefox to be able to load my image like I want it to? I have screenshots that I can provide, but this site doesn't want to upload them at the moment.

Asked by meddlingguns 1 isonto elidlule

Answered by jscher2000 - Support Volunteer 6 ezinsukwini ezidlule

  • Kusonjululiwe

Grey html code in inspector exists even i removed it from original html files

Hi, I have this problem that is driving me crazy, I know it is not an issue with firefox but I really appreciate any help. The problem is that there is a grey html code i… (funda kabanzi)

Hi, I have this problem that is driving me crazy, I know it is not an issue with firefox but I really appreciate any help.

The problem is that there is a grey html code in inspector when rendering the html page, the grey code is not exist in my original file but that grey code I had already deleted it after using it a while, but it is still appears as grey code in inspector and this made me some issues in jquery.

So how can i get rid of it ?

Thanks

Asked by kingkimohero69 6 ezinsukwini ezidlule

Answered by kingkimohero69 6 ezinsukwini ezidlule

  • Kusonjululiwe

wrong version of Firefox reported via www.whatismybrowser.com

When logging into my financial institutions website it reports back that I have version 91... of the Firefox browser installed and that it isn't supported. I actually hav… (funda kabanzi)

When logging into my financial institutions website it reports back that I have version 91... of the Firefox browser installed and that it isn't supported. I actually have version 101.0.1 as reported by the browser itself. I called them and they asked me to check my version of Firefox by using www.whatismybrowser.com and it reports back that I'm running version 91. Can you help?

Asked by address201 1 isonto elidlule

Answered by cor-el 1 isonto elidlule

  • Kusonjululiwe

bookmark pull down menu text and spacing change from rev 88 to rev 89

on the bookmark pull down menu, the text size and spacing changed considerably from version 88 to 89. has this been changed since? the text was bigger and less space be… (funda kabanzi)

on the bookmark pull down menu, the text size and spacing changed considerably from version 88 to 89. has this been changed since? the text was bigger and less space between entries on the rev 88. I have not updated from rev 88 because of this change which is much harder to read in rev 89.

Asked by cisco112 1 isonto elidlule

Answered by cisco112 1 isonto elidlule

  • Kusonjululiwe

Drop down list of email addresses

This question has to do with logging into web sites with an email and a password. Firefox 101.0.1 (64-bit). Windows 10. On many sites, when I click in the email field, a … (funda kabanzi)

This question has to do with logging into web sites with an email and a password. Firefox 101.0.1 (64-bit). Windows 10.

On many sites, when I click in the email field, a drop down list of email addresses appears from which I can make a selection using the mouse or up/down arrow keys. Some web sites have as few as two email addresses in the drop down list, others have many more. I recall that one site has about fifteen email addresses in the drop down list.

How can I remove a non-applicable email address from the drop down list?

How can I clear the drop down list of all email addresses?

Thanks.

Asked by stevejq 1 isonto elidlule

Answered by stevejq 1 isonto elidlule

  • Kusonjululiwe

Browsing being interrupted by recommendation to install a third-part ad blocker. Security risk?

I've just had my browsing interrupted with this recommendation to install an extension: https://torrent-protection.com/download-now/ I was viewing this page: https://www.… (funda kabanzi)

I've just had my browsing interrupted with this recommendation to install an extension: https://torrent-protection.com/download-now/

I was viewing this page: https://www.eurogamer.net/with-the-new-ps-plus-premium-and-extra-sony-opts-for-the-car-boot-sale-approach-to-catalogue-gaming

I was taken out of the page without pressing anything and taken to this recommendation. In particular, it appears like an official Firefox message and security recommendation, with Firefox suggesting I should install this extension for my security. Sadly I don't have a screenshot but it's happened twice this morning already.

Is this really Firefox endorsed? Or are they pushing their extension with fake credentials? How is the page viewing interrupted this way and diverted automatically to another webpage?

Asked by dg.coombes 1 isonto elidlule

Answered by Paul 1 isonto elidlule