Please stop sending me notifications of update available! I don't want to see them a few times/day or even once/week!

Please stop sending me notifications of update available! I don't want to see them a few times/day or even once/week! How can I stop receiving those notifications, even … (funda kabanzi)

Please stop sending me notifications of update available! I don't want to see them a few times/day or even once/week! How can I stop receiving those notifications, even after I've updated my firefox???????!!

Asked by freshspring 3 ezinsukwini ezidlule

Is it normal for bookmarks to take this long to load on startup?

I am using the latest version of firefox nightly. I notice this on another PC that shares the same profile. However one of my PCs doesn't take this long and it uses the… (funda kabanzi)

I am using the latest version of firefox nightly. I notice this on another PC that shares the same profile. However one of my PCs doesn't take this long and it uses the same profile as well. It also seems that the pinned tabs are not loading correctly because I get errors with those pages too.

https://imgur.com/a/6IIyTJc

Asked by gsrgtrdg4565653 2 izinyanga ezidlule

video codec may be failing on newer format?

I have noticed in the past few weeks or so, many video play backs are erroring out on google/news: Example: https://6abc.com/post/middle-schoolers-create-20-fake-tiktok-a… (funda kabanzi)

I have noticed in the past few weeks or so, many video play backs are erroring out on google/news: Example: https://6abc.com/post/middle-schoolers-create-20-fake-tiktok-accounts-impersonating/15039963/


Message is: Media could not be loaded, either because server or network failed or because format is not supported.

IMO not a network issue......

Thanks John Hutchins

Asked by John P Hutchins 5 ezinsukwini ezidlule

Last reply by TyDraniu 5 ezinsukwini ezidlule

I can't access the website arivify.com.

When I type in "arivify.com" the response is an error message that another website is embedded in it, perhaps "giveawayoftheday.com? Or is Cloudfare part of the problem?… (funda kabanzi)

When I type in "arivify.com" the response is an error message that another website is embedded in it, perhaps "giveawayoftheday.com? Or is Cloudfare part of the problem? Here are the links related to the problem, but they are waay above my low techie/end user pay grade: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/xframe-neterror-page?as=u&utm_source=inproduct https://developers.cloudflare.com/support/troubleshooting/cloudflare-errors/troubleshooting-cloudflare-1xxx-errors/ What is the (easy) solution to access the arivify.com website?

Asked by lanihale 3 ezinsukwini ezidlule

Amazon Secure Connection Failed

I can't connect to Amazon.com. I keep getting the following error message: Secure Connection Failed An error occurred during a connection to www.amazon.com. PR_END_OF… (funda kabanzi)

I can't connect to Amazon.com. I keep getting the following error message:

Secure Connection Failed

An error occurred during a connection to www.amazon.com. PR_END_OF_FILE_ERROR

Error code: PR_END_OF_FILE_ERROR

I think this is a problem with Firefox. Any suggestions or should I switch to a new web browser?

I appreciate any suggestions.

Asked by Mark Modak-Truran 4 ezinsukwini ezidlule

Last reply by cor-el 3 ezinsukwini ezidlule

Serious New Privacy Issue

I recently got seriously worried when I became aware about the new AI firewalls these days, which monitors or inspect SSL encrypted packets, before the packets reach to t… (funda kabanzi)

I recently got seriously worried when I became aware about the new AI firewalls these days, which monitors or inspect SSL encrypted packets, before the packets reach to the main website. These new AI firewall systems are installed in some countries by their governments to suppress free speech, or just spy on its people. These firewalls, as you may already know, uses DPI-SSL system, which decrypts packets traveling from user to the main website. To decrypt the HTTPS packets, these firewalls uses its own self signed CA certificates. So I am asking the firefox developers, that why you guys allow this privacy issue? Does the packets sent from a firefoxe browser to other websites are also decrypted, by these firewalls? If yes, then why you guys allow this? Firefox must ONLY allow a specific CA certificate made for firefox browser only. Firefox browser must never let other third party softwares, or any software, to decrypt its encrypted packets. This is a serious privacy issue. With these firewalls, they can see what users write in chats, or posts, they can see witch content we are watching on a website, they can see who we follow on social media platforms, they can see which content or posts we like and etc. Even passwords are not safe anymore, which e use for any website of platform. When passwords are not safe, so does our accounts of various websites. This is a serious privacy breach.

These firewalls is a weapon for those countries which want to suppress free speech or suppress opposition sides in a government or spy on its own people.

Please let me know if I am mistaken or my concerns are genuine.

Asked by Ivonik Zoraf 2 ezinsukwini ezidlule

Last reply by Ivonik Zoraf 2 ezinsukwini ezidlule

Pop-up Blocker

I have a magazine e-subscription to Tricycle.org the problem is that, according to Tricycle Tech Support, my pop-up blocker keeps blocking my log-in attempts, and the Tr… (funda kabanzi)

I have a magazine e-subscription to Tricycle.org the problem is that, according to Tricycle Tech Support, my pop-up blocker keeps blocking my log-in attempts, and the Tricycle site keeps asking me to subscribe, and their Tech Support team says the probem is on my end and suggests that I disable my pop-up blocker. I'm wondering if mozilla/firefox will permit me to disable the blocker at tricycle.org without interfering with every other thing the blocker is doing? I have Mozilla VPN and Firefox on my Mac laptop. Thanks! -- Jim Dollar

Asked by Jim Dollar 1 usuku oludlule

Firefox is already running but is not responding

Twice, I have tried the following sequence: 1. Manually close browser 2. Closed Firefox in Task Manager 3. Refresh Firefox 4. Uninstall parent.lock and .parentlock files… (funda kabanzi)

Twice, I have tried the following sequence:

1. Manually close browser 2. Closed Firefox in Task Manager 3. Refresh Firefox 4. Uninstall parent.lock and .parentlock files 5. Reinstall Firefox

Also observed several iterations of Firefox running simultaneously and using significant CPU and Memory resources.

This "Firefox is already running but is not responding" has gotten out-of-hand and I have switched back to MS Edge until Mozilla fixes their problem.

Asked by prag 4 ezinsukwini ezidlule

Firefox logouts every account after i close and open the browser, why does this happen?

Firefox logouts every website account that i logged in after i close and open the browser, I have been facing this issue since a month now. I have checked all the cookies… (funda kabanzi)

Firefox logouts every website account that i logged in after i close and open the browser, I have been facing this issue since a month now. I have checked all the cookies, and other settings, they are all fine, still am unable to figure out where the issue is. This has become very frustrating lately, each and every time several of the website i have to login again and again. How to get this issue solved please?

Asked by chaitanyacharya89 4 ezinsukwini ezidlule

Who switched my search from google to YAHOO.com

Return my search to Google Chrome https://search.yahoo.com/yhs/search?hspart=ata&hsimp=yhs-002&type=type9044149-aal-139990-139991&param1=139990&param2=13… (funda kabanzi)

Asked by James Laliberte 4 ezinsukwini ezidlule

Latest versoin of Firefox blocks in-line photos in Gmail

My Firefox browser recently automatically updated. Subsequent to the update, I could no longer upload photos and insert (in-line) them into the body of gmail emails. It… (funda kabanzi)

My Firefox browser recently automatically updated. Subsequent to the update, I could no longer upload photos and insert (in-line) them into the body of gmail emails. It would indicate that "There was an upload error" (see attached photo). The photos are all small JPGs about 300kb in size. This issue was not present in older versions of Firefox.

Troubleshooting and reading a bunch of articles indicated the problem was not with Google gmail, but instead a fault with the latest version of Firefox.

I then used both Microsoft Edge and Chrome browser, which allowed me to successfully insert inline photos, so it is clear the issues are with the latest version of Firefox.

Is there a work-around or patch I can download for Firefox to fix this, or, should I just quit using Firefox and instead use Micro-Edge or Chrome for emails?

Asked by Jeff Baize 8 amahora adlule

I've been told to check my browser settings

Because I made a mistake in purchasing a Motorola cell phone I'm having to visit Lenovo/Motorola's website way more frequently than I'd prefer. So far, each time I arriv… (funda kabanzi)

Because I made a mistake in purchasing a Motorola cell phone I'm having to visit Lenovo/Motorola's website way more frequently than I'd prefer. So far, each time I arrive at their website I'm greeted with a message that says something akin to "It looks like you're in Romania. Would you rather use out Romanian website?" I finally got annoyed enough to ask "Why?" and was told to check by browser settings.

I just checked my Firefox browser settings and the only thing I could see that would make an addled person or programmer think I'm in 'Romania' is the setting for the default font which is set to "Times New Roman". To squeeze a font name and come up with "Romania" as a location is a bit of a stretch in my opinion, but I've seen more asinine things done...

(It's a good thing I don't have my default font set to "Tahoma" as Motorola might think I'm accessing their website from Washington State's Mount Rainier whose Native American name is Tahoma. But then again, that'd probably be too much of a stretch for Motorola, bless their little hearts.

Is there any other setting(s) I should check?

PS I'm using Windows 10, NOT Windows 8

Asked by Martin 2 ezinsukwini ezidlule

browser.cache.disk.enable, is re-enabling itself on every Firefox update. WHY?!

browser.cache.disk.enable, is re-enabling itself on every Firefox update. WHY?! I disable disk caching and SSL caching because I use a fast NVMe SSD and I don't want to u… (funda kabanzi)

browser.cache.disk.enable, is re-enabling itself on every Firefox update. WHY?! I disable disk caching and SSL caching because I use a fast NVMe SSD and I don't want to use up all the write cycles to it.. cookies caching is fine with me...

It has been doing this on every update for a while now.. this is annoying and not ok.. please fix.

Asked by Melchior (aka Joseph) 4 ezinsukwini ezidlule

Last reply by Melchior (aka Joseph) 4 ezinsukwini ezidlule

Installing Firefox in Chromebook (Linux) - choice of refs?

I'm trying to install Firefox for Chromebook using Flatpak (article https://mzl.la/3pbybGW) But I am faced with choosing a ref. See attached image. I have no idea how to… (funda kabanzi)

I'm trying to install Firefox for Chromebook using Flatpak (article https://mzl.la/3pbybGW)

But I am faced with choosing a ref. See attached image. I have no idea how to choose, or what this even means.

Can anyone provide me with guidance on this?

My device is a Google Pixelbook with the latest ChromeOS.

Thanks

Asked by Jeff Mooallem 2 ezinsukwini ezidlule