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Couldn't Mozilla develop something like "Firefox Lite" for the desktop?

I think that such a project would have multiple purposes: First off, you would take fewer things from Gecko, making for a more compact code base (I mean, does everyone wa… (funda kabanzi)

I think that such a project would have multiple purposes: First off, you would take fewer things from Gecko, making for a more compact code base (I mean, does everyone want Video-in-Video and Pocket? Couldn't you integrate the most popular add-ons and remove add-on support? I like 'em, but don't they add bloat?). That could make the entry into development easier. Second off, it'd show people that Blink isn't the only engine you can base a browser off of. And if the code base is truly the same (includes Quantum), and more of a subset, it's probably easier to maintain and get security updates to than, for instance, Pale Moon. As fork developers are only able to backport security patches when Mozilla releases them, that problem would be greatly reduced if the project was made within Mozilla. Third off, having a lightweight browser might enable more people to use Mozilla products, as they could run the browser on weaker hardware. If the developers are able to focus on making that browser lightweight, it wouldn't be crucial for Firefox Standard to run on everything, and you'd still be able to reach more people.

Asked by tachobrenner 6 ezinsukwini ezidlule

Last reply by tachobrenner 5 ezinsukwini ezidlule

Transparent Option Menu and Drop Down Menu Background

Hi, I'm using Firefox and Nightly both updated to latest versions on Feren OS (Linux). The drop downs, option menus, bookmarks etc. all have transparent background on Nig… (funda kabanzi)

Hi, I'm using Firefox and Nightly both updated to latest versions on Feren OS (Linux). The drop downs, option menus, bookmarks etc. all have transparent background on Nightly. Stable version has black background and white text as it should be.

I've tried userChrome.css but it doesn't work. Changing font-sizes do work which proves that Nightly looks for this file at startup. I've tried changing background on these CSS elements:

  1. main-menubar menupopup
  2. PlacesToolbarItems menupopup > hbox

My OS details are: Operating System: Feren OS 2021.04 KDE Plasma Version: 5.21.5 KDE Frameworks Version: 5.82.0 Qt Version: 5.15.2 Kernel Version: 5.8.0-55-generic OS Type: 64-bit

Image is attacked for reference.

Asked by abdullah.qureshee 4 ezinsukwini ezidlule

Last reply by abdullah.qureshee 4 ezinsukwini ezidlule

When the screens are arranged vertically in a multi-monitor environment, a part of Firefox maximized on the bottom screen is displayed protruding from the top screen.

I'm in a multi-monitor environment with screens arranged vertically(Fig1). When Firefox is maximized on the bottom screen, a part of Firefox is displayed protruding on th… (funda kabanzi)

I'm in a multi-monitor environment with screens arranged vertically(Fig1). When Firefox is maximized on the bottom screen, a part of Firefox is displayed protruding on the top screen.(Fig2) The same reduction did not occur in Chrome.

Asked by Suica 5 ezinsukwini ezidlule

Last reply by Suica 4 ezinsukwini ezidlule

Firefox version 89.0.1 is not handling frameset src. No redirection to src

Firefox version 89.0.1 is not handling frameset src. No redirection to src. This code is generated by my ISP's domain name frame forwarding software so I have no access t… (funda kabanzi)

Firefox version 89.0.1 is not handling frameset src. No redirection to src.

This code is generated by my ISP's domain name frame forwarding software so I have no access to how it is generated ie: I am in no position to use iframes.

I should point out that this worked last week no problem. I had my settings on auto update so maybe an update has broken this I don't know.

Below is the code. It works fine in Chrome, MS Edge, Safari and Opera. Which tends to suggest that Firefox is the problem.

Note that this is exactly what I see when I view the page source in Firefox. There is a frame tag commented out. I don't know whether that is how it came from the ISP's server or whether Firefox has commented it out on receipt.

How do I get around this?

Ray Pooley

[CODE] <meta http-equiv="<a target=">Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=windows-1252"> <meta name="<a target=">description" CONTENT=""> <meta name="<a target=">keywords" CONTENT=""> <title></title> <frameset rows="<a target="_blank">100%,*" frameborder="0" border="0" framespacing="0" marginwidth="0" marginheight="0"> <frame frameborder="<a target="_blank">0" name="MYTOPFRAME" src="view-source:http://waterlooplace.dyndns.org:90/" target="_blank">http://waterlooplace.dyndns.org:90" noresize="noresize"> <noframes>

If you see this your browser does not support frames

Click here to go to http://waterlooplace.dyndns.org:90

</noframes> </frameset> /CODE

Asked by rjpool 4 ezinsukwini ezidlule

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with newest ersion of Firefox i can not drag and drop

I have the latest version of firefox and tried to drag and drop a web page but thee is no icon or lock in the address bar to do it. I went to about config and pit la… (funda kabanzi)

I have the latest version of firefox and tried to drag and drop a web page but thee is no icon or lock in the address bar to do it. I went to about config and pit launcher to false but i see nowhere on the menu bar address bar to drag and drop how do i do it or is it discontinued. I am not really happy with the newest versions too much like edge if i wanted edge id make it my default please help how do i drag and drop webpage to my desktop using windows 10

Asked by Mary 4 ezinsukwini ezidlule

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nothing entered into the address bar works

No website entered into the address bar works. Neither does trying to access anything by entering about:xxxxx (although about:support Keyboard shortcuts to access the s… (funda kabanzi)

No website entered into the address bar works. Neither does trying to access anything by entering about:xxxxx (although about:support Keyboard shortcuts to access the same settings menus do not work either. This problem happened suddenly tonight. The back and forward arrows also don't work (although Troubleshooting Information came up when I selected it from the Help menu).

Edge and Chrome work just fine. I have tried deleting the cache, launching Firefox in safe mode, creating an alternate profile, refreshing Firefox, uninstalling and reinstalling Firefox, deleting the folders manually and reinstalling, deleting/reinstalling in Windows safe mode, rolling back Windows updates (one update had installed today; I tried rolling back several updates just in case), removing Firefox from the allowed apps in my firewall software (AVG Antivirus), and completely disabling AVG Antivirus.

Asked by islandcub 3 ezinsukwini ezidlule

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In regard to extensions and resetting firefox

So I've noticed recently that Firefox, or rather more specifically, Noscript, seems to think a lot of things are XSS attempts, which had never been the case before, leadi… (funda kabanzi)

So I've noticed recently that Firefox, or rather more specifically, Noscript, seems to think a lot of things are XSS attempts, which had never been the case before, leading me to think these are false positives. I've had no luck in undoing anything that was blocked, as mentioned in another thread. I'm trying to figure out if resetting Firefox would be a good idea. My problem is that one of my extensions is directly tied to my antivirus program, so my question is basically this; would the extension be able to be turned back on as is, or would I have to reinstall the antivirus program to get it back? I've never seen it come up in a basic search for add-ons without it. So it sounds like I'd have to reinstall it. Can anyone confirm this? If so, I'll have to wait a day or two to get this reset done.

Alternatively, I'm debating just deleting the current cookies and the like from the browser. Would this be a better alternative to a full on refresh/reset of Firefox?

Asked by Marc7 22 amahora adlule

Last reply by Marc7 5 amahora adlule

NEW UI - PC =/= TOUCHSCREEN, MOZILLA WAKE UP

The Firefox Community here has tried to be very helpful with all the users who hate the changes in Version 89/90, but we need Mozilla/Firefox to hear us. CSS work-arounds… (funda kabanzi)

The Firefox Community here has tried to be very helpful with all the users who hate the changes in Version 89/90, but we need Mozilla/Firefox to hear us.

CSS work-arounds are fine for the IT-literate, which I am not. They are also only temporary. We have no indication that FF is even paying attention to our complaints.

They need to understand that some users have a keyboard and mouse attached to a PC, not a touchscreen like on a pad or phone. It looks like FF wants to cater to touchscreens. This DOES NOT WORK for PC users.

I suggest one UI for touchscreens and a different one for PCs. IIRC, there is a FF version for Windows AND a different one for Apple; why not do the same?

Nobody seems to have any response other than "use this CSS fix." I've also been directed to "clean up the help platform myself" - huh?

Can we please get SOME kind of response from the platform itself? Or are they just trying to get rid of all users without touchscreens?

Asked by fidservant 2 ezinsukwini ezidlule

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