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Firefox Menu Bar Unresponsive

Hi, my Firefox Menu bar always randomly stops responding... the "Apple" Menu & the "Firefox" Menu (About, Prefs., Hide/Show, Quit both still work, but not the rest o… (funda kabanzi)

Hi, my Firefox Menu bar always randomly stops responding... the "Apple" Menu & the "Firefox" Menu (About, Prefs., Hide/Show, Quit both still work, but not the rest of the Firefox menus (File, Edit, View, History, Bookmarks, Tools, Window, Help)... those randomly become unresponsive, then total stop when using Firefox...)

Is there a setting in Firefox, or is there a way using Apple's Activity Monitor, or a Terminal command to force a restart of the Menu bars? this is getting very annoying LOL

Asked by 4ryca09 20 amahora adlule

Firefox CPU usage increases dramatically while playing YouTube videos full-screen

I'm using Firefox v 83.0 on Manjaro (Gnome) Linux. YouTube videos in theater/full-screen mode lag if resolution is higher than 360p and cause the CPU usage to burst. Thi… (funda kabanzi)

I'm using Firefox v 83.0 on Manjaro (Gnome) Linux. YouTube videos in theater/full-screen mode lag if resolution is higher than 360p and cause the CPU usage to burst. This happens for large web pages as well: when I scroll the page, text overlaps and everything is terribly slow. I've checked and this seems to be a Firefox related problem; videos play smoothly both on VLC and Chromium. I've tried all official troubleshooting suggestions: changing to default theme, refreshing Firefox, starting in safe-mode, disabling extensions, disabling hardware acceleration and so on, with no success. I've never had any problems with Firefox for Linux before and I wonder what could be the cause.

I attached screenshots for comparison of CPU usage for the same video playing in theater mode in Firefox and Chromium.

Asked by Giulia 19 amahora adlule

Facing an error

From Past 3-4 hours whenever i use *FIREFOX* I am facing a constant error as: Our systems have detected unusual traffic from your computer network. This page checks to s… (funda kabanzi)

From Past 3-4 hours whenever i use *FIREFOX* I am facing a constant error as:

Our systems have detected unusual traffic from your computer network. This page checks to see if it's really you sending the requests, and not a robot. Why did this happen?

I ve tried numerous things like disbaling the ip,refreshing firefox,clearing cache , restarting system , reinstalling firefox but all went in vain

Could someone please provide a substantial solution to above stated and to why this has occured when i use firefox in first place

Asked by kushagra02 16 amahora adlule

LinkedIn

Within the last two weeks, LinkedIn has not operated correctly in Firefox. The page will load but is only partially responsive. Links dont work, Items are misaligned on t… (funda kabanzi)

Within the last two weeks, LinkedIn has not operated correctly in Firefox. The page will load but is only partially responsive. Links dont work, Items are misaligned on the page, etc.... If I switch browsers it works fine. Any suggestions?

Asked by mctiggrr 10 amahora adlule

Strange gray blocks show up in Yahoo news items

When I look at things like https://www.yahoo.com/entertainment/monolith-discovered-utah-desert-everyone-000002100.html I see these strange gray blocks (I think related… (funda kabanzi)

When I look at things like

  https://www.yahoo.com/entertainment/monolith-discovered-utah-desert-everyone-000002100.html

I see these strange gray blocks (I think related to twitter) that have a light vertical bar moving across. This happens a lot of times. Has been happening for a few months. I suppose this relates to something they started doing in HTML at that time.

Asked by jfalksen 8 amahora adlule

Firefox often times out accessing paypal.com and other sites using DigiCert certificates

Firefox often times out when accessing paypal.com and other sites that use certificates from DigiCert. The same sites can be accessed reliably, from the same computer at … (funda kabanzi)

Firefox often times out when accessing paypal.com and other sites that use certificates from DigiCert. The same sites can be accessed reliably, from the same computer at the same time, using chromium-based browsers.

The problem goes away if I disable the check to query OCSP responder, which may indicate the cause of the problem.

Often the sites can be accessed after restarting firefox, but after a few tries the problem recurs. This is not a solution as PayPal is often accessed in the last steps of an online purchase.

Asked by em2jacks 7 amahora adlule

Realms (protected directory), FF 83.0, OSX 10.14.6

Since the update, I'm unable to access ANY protected directories on any sites (those where a small modal dialog box appears at the top of the page asking for a uid/pwd pa… (funda kabanzi)

Since the update, I'm unable to access ANY protected directories on any sites (those where a small modal dialog box appears at the top of the page asking for a uid/pwd pair and displaying the name of the realm above that). The dialog box doesn't even appear, the page does not change from its previous location, and the "I'm thinking" animation in the tab continues forever without ever seeing an error message.

Any suggestions? Must I downgrade? (uck)

Asked by buggyisalreadytaken 3 amahora adlule

Firefox makes system volume reduce to 50% when Tidal is playing music on Windows 10.

Firefox makes system volume reduce to 50% when Tidal is playing music on Windows 10. I can see this happening through the system mixer, activated via the icon in the lowe… (funda kabanzi)

Firefox makes system volume reduce to 50% when Tidal is playing music on Windows 10. I can see this happening through the system mixer, activated via the icon in the lower right hand corner of the screen.

I am using a Steinberg UR22 mkII USB interface, but the behavior happens across all sound outputs.

Going into the properties of the USB device have proved unsuccessful.

Firefox does not trigger this behavior with other applications playing through the USB device. I'm wondering if there is some sort of setting left over from when I had Firefox Voice enabled?

A fresh install of Firefox did not do the trick. This happens with all sound outputs on Windows 10, not just through the USB device.

Does anyone have any ideas/solutions?

Asked by andrew124 2 amahora adlule